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# We need to install qsynth, jack, qjackctl
 
# We need to install qsynth, jack, qjackctl
 
# Launch qjackctl and check settings:
 
# Launch qjackctl and check settings:
 
 
   Server Path: jackd
 
   Server Path: jackd
 
   Driver: alsa
 
   Driver: alsa
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   Dither: None
 
   Dither: None
 
   Audio: Duplex
 
   Audio: Duplex
 
 
# Start jackd server using qjackctl
 
# Start jackd server using qjackctl
 
# Connect your usb keyboard to PC
 
# Connect your usb keyboard to PC

Revision as of 14:36, 30 June 2010

Connecting USB MIDI Keyboard in Arch Linux

  1. We need to install qsynth, jack, qjackctl
  2. Launch qjackctl and check settings:
 Server Path: jackd
 Driver: alsa
 Realtime=enable; Priority:0
 Frames/Period:512
 Soft Mode=enable; Periods/Buffer:2
 Остальные параметры=disable(это значит не выбраны)
 Dither: None
 Audio: Duplex
  1. Start jackd server using qjackctl
  2. Connect your usb keyboard to PC
  3. Start QSynth and go to Setup, you need to load soundfont in SF2 format. For example, you can get free soundfonts at http://soundfonts.narod.ru/
 After loading sound font you have to click ok, when QSynth ask you to restart.
  1. Go to qjackctl program, push Connect button and choose ALSA tab. On left side you will see connected MIDI ceyboard, on the left side - QSynth. Choose midi keyboard and QSynth, push connect button.

Now, try to play on your midi keyboard!