Kae Verens wrote:
> 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.
Fluidsynth is nice but this isn't the highest spec box in the world (the
inclusion of ISA should clue you in as to its approximate age) so I'd
rather not use a software sequencer. Plus, it's not nearly as
interesting as filling up every damn slot in the box :)
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