1. In Synaptic, install jack, jackd, qsynth and qjackctl; 2. In Qsynth, click Setup -> Soundfonts -> Open and add the sf2 file in /usr/share/sounds/sf2 (In my install, it was TimGM6mb.sf2); Click 'Yes' to restart the engine; 3. Plug in your USB midi controller; 4. Open Qjackctl, click Connect; Select the ALSA tab, drag your midi controller to FluidSynth; Then I was able to play music
whithout this audio progamming is nothing
errors and more errors with no usefull info how to fix
Awful. Wait for linux-ASIO.
Neat interface for overviewing audio connections.
a must for audio production
I've had some glitches with it in the past, but it's really necessary for my broadcasting needs, and for the most part it gets the job done.
The heart of every linux audio studio.