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A software editor for the Juno Gi, based on Roland's midi specification. To build: Requirements: - Jack Audio Connection Kit - glib (part of the gtk project) - pdftotext (part of the poppler project) - flex and bison - gcc and make First, the midi address database needs to be built. This requires the document entitled: "JUNO-Gi MIDI Implementation", which is available from the Roland website. Place this file in the source directory, named as midi_manual.pdf Then the usual build commands: autoreconf --install (Use this if you don't have a configure script yet) ./configure make make install This will build: read_midi - Lists SysEx midi events and describes them according to the Roland midi manual. sysex_explorer - Patch editing, loading and unloading. You will probably want to customise sysex_explorer.h to meet your needs. In particular, you'll need to set PATCHDIR to something useful. (This is the location where saved patches are written to/ read from). Another file location #define is LOGFILE in log.h translator - A tool to map midi controllers to Juno-Gi specific SysEx instructions. At this point it works with the Korg nanoKONTROL2. midi2jacksync - A handy tool that is useful for syncing Jack transport to the Juno-Gi's digital recorder. Use: To use each programme, the Jack daemon must be running and a midi connection must be made between each application and the Juno. Note that on my system, Jack doesn't expose hardware midi interfaces by default. If you are using qjackctl, click on 'Setup' and select the 'Raw' or 'Seq' midi driver. Also note that the Gi is not currently (at the time of writing) included in the alsa kernel driver. Please see my post on Rolandclan regarding this. Having said that, if you want to use midi2jacksync, you will require a midi to USB converter cable. I use the Roland UM-ONE. This is required because the Juno-Gi does not output Midi Clock on the in-built USB interface.