[alsa-devel] Help requested: new HSS1394 MIDI back-end

Sean M. Pappalardo - D.J. Pegasus spappalardo at mixxx.org
Fri Jun 1 00:04:49 CEST 2012

On 05/30/2012 09:18 AM, Clemens Ladisch wrote:
> As it happens, the actual SysEx commands use the wrong manufacturer ID
> ("00 01 02" is Crystal Semiconductor); I could just use the real ID
> (Stanton is "00 01 60") to escape non-MIDI HSS1394 messages.  Let's add
> "HSS" to identify this, and to allow the full byte range, each HSS1394
> byte is split into two nibbles.

That all sounds good, but that now means that applications that want to 
use these device features must have different code for Linux than they 
do for Windows or OSX. In the case of Mixxx, that also means a different 
controller preset. But I guess that's not the end of the world if it's a 
choice between this and no support at all.


Sean M. Pappalardo
"D.J. Pegasus"
Mixxx Developer - Controller Specialist

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