New Owner using SooperLooper under Linux
I recently bought a used Behringer FCB1010 and am learning to program it, slowly... with the help of this very well done youtube video from "In The Mix"
Behringer FCB1010 Full Tutorial / Video Manual
And the confusing manual https://mediadl.musictribe.com/media/sys_master/hc5/h29/8850023383070.pdf
I am using SooperLooper under Linux, QjackCTL, command line midisnoop, and other Ubuntu Studio apps.
Programming this thing is not that easy, but frankly I am having more difficulty understanding
Does anyone have experience getting a sysex dump to amidi to work?
Studio7010:...~$ pmidi -l
Port Client name Port name
14:0 Midi Through Midi Through Port-0
20:0 AudioBox USB AudioBox USB MIDI 1
24:0 M Audio Audiophile 24/96 M Audio Audiophile 24/96 MIDI
128:0 Client-128 qjackctl
Studio7010:...~$ amidi -l
Dir Device Name
IO hw:1,0,0 AudioBox USB MIDI 1
IO hw:2,0 M Audio Audiophile 24/96 MIDI
Studio7010:...~$ amidi -p hw:2,0 -damidi will not run with -p 24:0 and when I start it as shown, and use the instructions in the manual 2.7.1 Saving the FCB1010 memory with the help of
the fcb1010 switch # 6 LED does not light up, and amidi is left hanging.
Note: My midi cables are connected and I can see midi messages in midisnoop. I have a midi keyboard on FCB1010 midi in
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[update by rmilby]
I gave up on amidi, but I managed to get a sysdump
$ arecordmidi --port=14:0 dump.txt
$ ls -l dump.txt
-rw-rw-r-- 1 rob rob 2433 Dec 12 14:43 dump.txt
$ cat dump.txt | xxd
Also midisnoop was able to capture it, and to my surprise formatted the output, but it has no ability to send the output to a file.
I am done for now.