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pmidi



SYNOPSIS

       pmidi [ -pclient:port ] [ -l ] [ -ddelay ] file...


DESCRIPTION

       The  pmidi  command  reads in the specified midi files and
       plays them through the ALSA sequencer.  You can specify on
       the  command  line  which  sequencer port that you wish to
       use.  Use  the  -l  option  to  get  a  list  of  possible
       sequencer ports for your machine.

   OPTIONS
       -pclient:port
              Specify the ALSA port to send the midi file to.

       -l     List  the possible output ports that could be used.

       -ddelay
              Delay after song ends.  This is used to prevent the
              last  note  of a song being chopped off early.  The
              default is two seconds.

   Port numbers
       You can  specify  client:port  numbers  in  the  ALSA_OUT­
       PUT_PORTS  environment  variable.   You  can also supply a
       comma (or space if quoted  correctly)  separated  list  of
       client:port  numbers.   This  will  allow you to play midi
       files that use more than 16 channels.

   Examples
              pmidi song.mid song2.mid
              pmidi -p "64:0, 64:1" song.mid


ENVIRONMENT

       ALSA_OUTPUT_PORTS   Port to use in playing midi file.


SEE ALSO

       playmidi(1)


AUTHOR

       Steve Ratcliffe <steve@parabola.demon.co.uk>

                           Jun 19 1999                   PMIDI(1)

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