[Wine] help with midi
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Wed Nov 23 23:51:44 CST 2011
I'm trying to update the firmware of a musical device using a proprietary windows app that wants to write to a midi port (the device is a TC Electronics Nova System).
I have an M-Audio Uno USB MIDI interface on my Fedora 15 laptop and it is working correctly (I can successfully capture SysEx dumps using amidi, etc.).
The output of `amidi -l` is:
> Dir Device Name
> IO hw:1,0,0 USB Uno MIDI Interface MIDI 1
The output of `aconnect -o` is:
> client 14: 'Midi Through' [type=kernel]
> 0 'Midi Through Port-0'
> client 20: 'USB Uno MIDI Interface' [type=kernel]
> 0 'USB Uno MIDI Interface MIDI 1'
Winecfg (version 1.3.24) shows the device in the Audio tab on the ALSA Driver branch. There is also a PulseAudio Driver branch and I have enabled only ALSA (according to the FAQs).
When I run the updater SW it indicates that there are no MIDI ports.
I installed the MIDIOX app to help diagnose this. When I run it a dialog appears saying there are no MIDI devices.
Since the MIDI Through device shows up first in the list, I tried setting the HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Multimedia\MIDIMap\CurrentInstrument registry key (as described @ http://wiki.winehq.org/MIDI) but this did not help. I've tried using both "#1" and the device name ("USB Uno MIDI Interface MIDI 1") but no difference.
I'm not sure what to try next. If anyone has any ideas I'd really appreciate the help.
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