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Linux SysEx Dumps

Post by Drone » Sat Mar 23, 2019 1:04 pm

What's the easiest way to receive a SysEx dump in Linux?

Is there some command line tool you can receive a dump from you patchboard, and then retransmit it back to it later?
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Re: Linux SysEx Dumps

Post by The Scum » Sat Mar 23, 2019 7:22 pm

>cat /dev/midi > afile.syx
>echo afile.syx > /dev/midi

(I'm kinda being idea if that would actually work.)

amidi sounds like what you're looking for.
Sysex examples near the top of the page, even.
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