>> Sorry to hijack the thread but I'm taking this thing to Tijuana...
>> I was thinking of doing something similar, but different. I have a SB
> Digital 4.1 (Ensoniq piece of crap in other words) which has no
> wavetable midi. Is it possible/easy to use an ISA AWE32 as a wavetable
> device (which would probably be an analogue loopback through the SBPCI)?
>> I'd like to keep the PCI card as card 0 to save reconfiguring games etc
> so it'd mean setting card 1 as the default sequencer.
>instead of doing something complex, you could just install Fluidsynth,
which is a realtime software MIDI seq.
I use that for Rosegarden on my lappy (which uses Intel AC97 - no MIDI).
Rosegarden sees Fluidsynth as a regular seq device. It would probably
work the same for your games, etc.
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