I figured it out after reading the manual for jack which I should have done
before. For some reason Jack wasn't adding Midi ports automatically, so for the
alsa backend I had to do -X and then either raw or seq. That adds my midi
keyboard to jack_lst and I can just connect to yoshimi:midi in. Hopefully that
helps if someone else has confusion with Jack. Thanks for the response, Will;
you're the man! :) I'm really enjoying Yoshimi, the banks provided are
excellent! Has there been any work on adding instrument editing from the
command line? Is it possible to create new instruments with a hex editor? On
Jul 17, 2018, at 16:16, Will Godfrey <willgodfrey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I've just tried that but it seems to work correctly. What startup messages do
you see. I get the following:
Yoshimi 126.96.36.199 is starting
Using jack_audio for audio and alsa_midi for midi
Alsa midi priority is 39
Build Number 1333
Audio: jack -> 'default'
Midi: alsa -> '20'
Period size: 128
Yay! We're up and running :-)
Root 9. Bank set to 105 "Will_Godfrey_Collection"
Will J Godfrey
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