Eero Tamminen wrote:MIDI output (Linux) support was added to Hatari v0.45 (2003), and MIDI input support to Hatari v1.2 (2009), from which point MIDI music output has worked pretty well (= was tested more extensively) e.g. in games.
npomarede wrote:..many improvements were made to midi timings in the current devel version, and they will be in Hatari 1.9.
When using Hatari 1.8, there's nothing you can do, it's not some settings problem, it's the emulation that was not accurate enough.
farvardin wrote:yes, if you're using Linux :
Q: How can I use MIDI on Mac OS X or Windows?
A: MIDI currently only works on Linux (and maybe some *BSD systems) where Hatari can write the MIDI output to a device file in the /dev file system. On all other systems, MIDI is not supported.
FYI: Jari Klemola just provided MIDI support for OSX & Windows versions of Hatari:
https://listengine.tuxfamily.org/lists. ... 00000.html
Once somebody else verifies that it works also on Windows (not just on OSX & Linux), the support goes in.
kolli wrote:I have tried it on Raspbian with not very good results. Didn't ran into the problems you have, but the performance of the PI 3B with my M-Audio USB MIDI interface was very bad. Lots of lost MIDI events. I think the shared USB Port of the PI is the bottle neck.
woland360 wrote:I’ve installed Hatari 2.1.0 on my laptop (Linux Mint). I was able to configure MIDI emulation and everything works fine.
Foxie wrote:It would be interesting to see how accurate the timing can be on a Pi running Linux compared to an Atari. Unfortunately there are no professional Linux sequencers, so you're always better off with an Atari.
IrataMule wrote:woland360 wrote:I had no such luck so far with Linux Mint 18.3, Hatari 2.1, qjackctl/a2jmidid and Cubase 2.
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