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Has anyone tried MIDI Simplified 1.6 Components?

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finlazarus:
I'm constantly learning more about MIDI and trying to find interesting pascal/Lazarus/Delphi solutions online.

'MIDI Simplified 1.6'  looks promising:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/midi-simplified/

This looks really interesting. Unfortunately, I haven't managed to install its midi package. Maybe I'm doing something wrong.
Has anyone tried this. Was the installation successful?

MarkMLl:
No. I have my own ALSA libraries for Linux, but they aren't graphical.

https://github.com/MarkMLl/asound

MarkMLl

Thaddy:
Seems Delphi only. But there are midi components that work on Lazarus too.

I used Tmidigen for years:
https://torry.net/components/effects-and-multimedia/audio/tmidigen.

This should be able to compile with Freepascal in {$mode delphi}
(It does, just tested)
Caveats:
- I never used it as a visual component
- It is win32 only (but can be made 64 bit Windows)
- You need to make two small changes to the component code: add {$mode delphi} and remove reference to forms unit in uses clause.

avra:

--- Quote from: finlazarus on February 04, 2024, 02:52:46 am ---I'm constantly learning more about MIDI and trying to find interesting pascal/Lazarus/Delphi solutions online.
--- End quote ---
There is a MIDI component in OPM

Thaddy:
There is also PortMIDI which is cross platform. Have to research if there are Pascal headers for that.

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