Robert: my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ok this is the first steps I’ll take to make my QNX MIDI dream, a reality.
Serial midi driver coding (MIDIMAN PC/S or midiator industrial midi
interface) The midi protocol is already serial and a serial interface would
be the easiest driver to code!
midi deamon aka io-midi. A server for midi in the same style of io-audio
that presents a unique interface for drivers and offers midi mixing and of
course driver init
Porting TS3E http://TSE3.sourceforge.net/ and make it RT!!! (it’s a midi
sequencer engine OO)
make a simple interface to use it using Photon
Wow! That would be nice …if I find other coders interested in QNX/MIDI…
I’m sure we can kick steinberg/emagic midi specs!
(and of course don’t forget that if it works on your PC/x86 we could then
port it to iPAQ and have a dream device)
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Ok basically what I’ll do is start with a simple parallel/serial driver
interfaces like MIDIMAN parallel or motu
Then I’ll get inspiration from the linux driver to write the resource
manager, I’ve heard writing drivers in qnx is easy because they are run
processes. So no need to reboot every 10 secs… I’ve received QNX NC
magazine, I don’t have gcc and developping tools, only the libs!
Is the NC iso available on the site ready to be used by developer cause
cd is not.
The NC have everything in it for you to compile your own driver. Either
magazine have a wrong image ( I doubt), or your installation is not went
(NC install in 2 step, first the “BASIC” system, and during the first
“Development Tools” will be installed).
Another, marginally-related topic; I’m in the process of writing a DX-7
simulator that takes midi files and generates 16-bit stereo .wav files.
Contact me for details if you are interested in helping out…
Robert Krten, PARSE Software Devices +1 613 599 8316.
Realtime Systems Architecture, Books, Video-based and Instructor-led
Training and Consulting at > www.parse.com> .
Email my initials at parse dot com.