A Midi Logging Tool For Jack?

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yokai
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A Midi Logging Tool For Jack?

Postby yokai » Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:09 pm

I need to monitor some of the midi messages my device is emitting in some sort of log or viewer. Are there any jack programs that give accurate message monitoring including things like polyphonic aftertouch or velocity?

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Re: A Midi Logging Tool For Jack?

Postby tramp » Thu Feb 07, 2019 5:53 am

I use midisnoop.
https://github.com/surfacepatterns/midisnoop

you'll properly find it as well in your distribution repository.
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Re: A Midi Logging Tool For Jack?

Postby bluebell » Thu Feb 07, 2019 5:55 am

yokai wrote:I need to monitor some of the midi messages my device is emitting in some sort of log or viewer. Are there any jack programs that give accurate message monitoring including things like polyphonic aftertouch or velocity?


If the device sends ALSA-MIDI (and all of the hardware I know does) try aseqdump.

For jack there is jack_midi_dump that comes with the jackd-package.
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Re: A Midi Logging Tool For Jack?

Postby ssj71 » Fri Feb 08, 2019 5:00 pm

bluebell wrote:
For jack there is jack_midi_dump that comes with the jackd-package.


+1 it's simple, but it's all I need
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