No, it’s a completely voluntary contribution to the zynthian library . . .
What’s actually linked under the image…
We are looking for churn really!
What is has indicated is quite how crazy people get with this kit. . . ! As ever way beyond any of our simple technical minds.
I was involved with the qmidinet implementation, and it just kind of works in that world.
Turn it on and you can see lots of machines and I tend to operate a pool of 16 MIDI machines to try and keep it all sane.
Get’s the occasional MIDI howl around and keyboard stick ( keep the panic switch handy!) but that’s really a flaw in MIDI. Machines don’t really have a sense of keep making this noise for ever as an annoying concept.
How involved should the RPT-MIDI get? I sense that it’s seen more as a method of controlling a device remotely, and seems like a prevalent layer in the Apple Audio world ( A universe of caves down in the zynthian basement whose door I haven’t opened yet… I hear there’s a perfumed garden down there, but I’m not sure I believe it ! )
But someone will demonstrate it !!
The original idea was using audio clips as evidence of a fix. We had some early noise in the system and the audio recorder was a good way of proving things worked and it grew from there.
It’s something that once again might well be operateed over a MIDI network. There is a bit of work going on around remote control messaging ( qwerty & MIDI ) that might also be of RTP-MIDI & qMIDINet interest.
Sorry I got whimsical.