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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0006410||bugs||2015-07-02 11:52||2016-03-08 02:12|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0006410: USB Keyboard not working|
|Description||USB keyboard is recognised by other programs on Ubuntu except for Ardour.|
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a USB MIDI-keyboard?
if so please see http://manual.ardour.org/setting-up-your-system/setting-up-midi/midi-on-linux/ for use with JACK.
or when using the Ardour's/ALSA backend make sure to enable Midi System.
Could you please provide more information? Which keyboard model.. what configuration do you use for Ardour.
||cant get usb midi keyboard working according to the instructions|
keyboard is now working, thanks for your time.
What I did was this:
1. Installed a2jmidid
2. started Ardour
3. run a2jmidid
4. run QjackCtl and connect usb to midi through (didnt follow manual by setting midi to none or unselecting alsa sequencer)
5. go into Ardour Midi inputs and outputs and make sure green button is selected for each.
Sorry, problem still not resolved. Tried to follow manual with no success and then tried just opening qjackctl with sound but not able to use keyboard.
Why MIDI thru? (that's some legacy alsa loopback)
run `a2jmidid -e` to get the hardware exposed directly, or use Ardour's ALSA backend (no jack).
|2015-07-02 11:52||js||New Issue|
|2015-07-02 12:57||x42||Note Added: 0016827|
|2015-07-03 07:43||js||Note Added: 0016834|
|2015-07-04 02:27||js||Note Added: 0016836|
|2015-07-04 08:27||x42||Status||new => resolved|
|2015-07-04 08:27||x42||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2015-07-04 08:27||x42||Assigned To||=> x42|
|2015-07-07 12:00||js||Note Added: 0016849|
|2015-07-07 12:00||js||Status||resolved => feedback|
|2015-07-07 12:00||js||Resolution||no change required => reopened|
|2015-07-30 20:53||x42||Note Added: 0016978|
|2016-03-08 02:12||x42||Assigned To||x42 =>|