[SOLVED] Wine, Midi devices and KXStudio Welcome

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[SOLVED] Wine, Midi devices and KXStudio Welcome

Postby FGPkeys » Fri Apr 28, 2017 4:46 pm

Hello friends.
I commented on a problem I had:
After running "KXStudio Welcome", all software running from Wine does not recognize the MIDI hardware (MIDI and USB).
"Jack_midi - port" "a2jmidid - port" and "Midi Through Port - (0 to 13)" were the visible options. In my particular case, it was impossible for me to use the editor for my Korg RADIAS. I tried all possible connections from these ports to my hardware, but it did not work.
I found the solution by stopping Jack from Cadence, then running the command "sudo rmmod snd_seq_dummy", "Force Restart" Cadence's button, then there Wine can properly recognize the hardware.
Can this be solved in upcoming versions of "KXStudio Welcome"?
Thank you!
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Re: Wine, Midi devices and KXStudio Welcome

Postby falkTX » Fri Apr 28, 2017 9:38 pm

it's not cause by that, but rather a config file in kxstudio-default-settings

Edit /etc/modprobe.d/snd-seq-dummy_16.conf and lower the number of ports (say to 2), then reboot.

The problem is some applications not being able to recognize so "many" midi devices at once.
See if that works

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Re: Wine, Midi devices and KXStudio Welcome

Postby FGPkeys » Sat Apr 29, 2017 4:52 pm

falkTX wrote:it's not cause by that, but rather a config file in kxstudio-default-settings

Edit /etc/modprobe.d/snd-seq-dummy_16.conf and lower the number of ports (say to 2), then reboot.

The problem is some applications not being able to recognize so "many" midi devices at once.
See if that works


Right!
You have solved the problem.
Thanks, falkTX :D


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