Jonathan Adams wrote:
> A quick check in Applications/Sound and Video/Aseq will show which midi interfaces are available.
Thanks Jonathan, I know now what Aseq is: Alsa Sequencer. I found it at Applications>Sound and video>Aconnectgui or just writing at terminal "aconnectgui".
It shows UC-33 as detected.
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2007 20:50:39 -0800
Subject: Re: UC-33 evolution
On Dec 22, 2007 1:15 PM, Javier Garcia <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
i have an uc-33 evolution midi controller.
How can i see if it works on ubuntustudio?
Hello Javier, I have used my x-session as a controller and midi interface.* It usually is not available after a boot until I move the switch off, then on.* A quick check in Applications/Sound and Video/Aseq will show which midi interfaces are available - if I see the x-session I know the rest is good to go
IIRC, the module supporting this device is snd-usb-audio.
$sudo modprobe usb-audio
I like to watch the system log messages in Administration/System logs when connecting new devices.* You should see some messages when turning the switch on related to a new usb device, and the loading of the right module.
You can also see which devices are connected to your USB Buss with:
Hope this helps and happy holidays!
-jonathan adams leonard
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