Re: BCF2000, qjackctl and ardour

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On 10 September 2012 at 15:14, Paul Davis <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > A few years back I was using my BCF2000 with ardour.  After upgrades
> > to my computer hardware and Linux distribution the combination no
> > longer works.
> >
> > The BCF shows up in /proc/asound fine.  I can send and receive data
> > with the BCF using amidi.
> >
> > The test of tracing communication between the BCF and ardour fails.
> > I think this is because the mcu (port?) of ardour isn't connected to
> > the BCF.  But, qjackctl won't let me connect those.  They don't
> > show up in the MIDI tab of qjackctl.  They only show up in the ALSA
> > tab of qjackctl.
> >
> 
> run a2jmidid -e

Now that I've got that installed, I see something that could point at 
my problem:

JACK MIDI <-> ALSA sequencer MIDI bridge, version 6 (a500771941cd42419a2418ee28259cde718a82bb) built on Wed Dec 31 16:00:00 1969
Copyright 2006,2007 Dmitry S. Baikov
Copyright 2007,2008,2009 Nedko Arnaudov

Bridge starting...
Using JACK server 'default'
Hardware ports will be exported.
Cannot lock down memory area (Cannot allocate memory)
Bridge started
Press ctrl-c to stop the bridge
port created: Midi Through [14] (capture): Midi Through Port-0
port created: Midi Through [14] (playback): Midi Through Port-0
ERROR: a2j_alsa_connect_from: can't subscribe to 20:0 - Resource temporarily unavailable
port skipped: M Audio Delta 1010 [20] (capture): M Audio Delta 1010 MIDI
port skipped: M Audio Delta 1010 [20] (playback): M Audio Delta 1010 MIDI
ERROR: a2j_alsa_connect_from: can't subscribe to 24:0 - Resource temporarily unavailable
port skipped: BCF2000 [24] (capture): BCF2000 MIDI 1
port skipped: BCF2000 [24] (playback): BCF2000 MIDI 1
ERROR: a2j_alsa_connect_from: can't subscribe to 24:1 - Resource temporarily unavailable
port skipped: BCF2000 [24] (capture): BCF2000 MIDI 2
port skipped: BCF2000 [24] (playback): BCF2000 MIDI 2
port created: ardour [130] (capture): control
port created: ardour [130] (playback): control
port created: ardour [130] (capture): mcu
port created: ardour [130] (playback): mcu
port created: ardour [130] (capture): seq
port created: ardour [130] (playback): seq

Skipping the BCF2000 doesn't seem right.

> if you want a second rate solution, use JACK's "builtin" ALSA
> MIDI support via the "MIDI Driver" selector at the bottom left
> of the setup dialog.

Right now MIDI Driver is set to "raw".  I'm not sure when or if
I set that, or whether it might be the default.

Thanks...

--
Kevin




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