Re: All for Db

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On 02/03/2013 10:10 PM, Onyeibo Oku wrote:
So I rushed to my Fedora box trying to hum a tune into Audacity in Db
(D-flat) major ... only, I dont trust my sense of pitch.  So  I decided
to try a virtual keyboard to spot the Db frequency/pitch and was rather
disappointed that Ubuntu was getting all the packaged versions.  Bah!

Alright, I compiled one (VMPK) and got jack-keyboard from the repo.  The
only problem now is that I have no idea how to start jackd.  #jack forum
at freenode isn't helping much.  I couldnt even get a sound from ALSA in

So much for Db and I think we need an active IRC channel



you can look here for a jack guide:

VMPK is available in fedora "sudo yum install vmpk" but it is only a MIDI keyboard, you will need to connect its MIDI out to a programs MIDI input in Jack, and route the Audio outputs of this program to your system outs.

Alternatively (easier) you could try installing yoshimi or ZynAddSubFx which both have built in keyboard.



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