gstreamer-plugins-bad Now Offers MIDI plugin

Ok, now there’s numerous ways to play MIDIs in Ubuntu šŸ™‚

There’s my previous How To with Audacious.Ā  But now Ubuntu should be able to play MIDIs by default through any gstreamer based player with the new gsteamer-plugins-bad package in Hardy.Ā  Whoohoo! šŸ˜€

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gstreamer/+bug/111555

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4 thoughts on “gstreamer-plugins-bad Now Offers MIDI plugin”

  1. Aw, this thing seems to be using Timidity. Is there no GStreamer plugin to output to the regular MIDI out port? (This because I have connected my MIDI out port to QSynth, which I find a far more accurate and faster softsynth than Timidity…)

  2. You can use timidity as a alsa sequencer (/etc/init.d/timidty start).
    But that have problems in sound, sometimes you will hear some tick noise.

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