Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: 26 Jun 2006
amidi - read from and write to ALSA RawMIDI ports
amidi [-p port] [-s file | -S data] [-r file] [-d] [-t seconds] [-a]
amidi is a command-line utility which allows one to receive and send SysEx (system exclusive) data from/to external MIDI devices. It can also send any other MIDI commands.
Use the -h, -V, -l, or -L options to display information; or use at least one of the -s, -r, -S, or -d options to specify what data to send or receive.
amidi will filter out any Active Sensing bytes (FEh), unless the -a option has been given.
This option is useful for debugging.
If this option has not been given, you must press Ctrl+C (or kill amidi) to stop receiving data.
/usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf default rawmidi definitions
/etc/asound.conf system-wide rawmidi definitions
~/.asoundrc user specific rawmidi definitions
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