OmniMIDI: A MIDI synthesizer forked from "BASSMIDI Driver" by kode54

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Re: OmniMIDI: A MIDI synthesizer forked from "BASSMIDI Driver" by kode54

Postby zackoftrades333 » 2019-10-26 @ 15:23

Also, after restarting pc and reloading the configurator, I got this:

An error has occurred while loading the driver's settings.

Exception reason:
System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
at OmniMIDIConfigurator.Functions.LoadSettings(Form thisform)


Edit: Apparently I got it working but I have to manually run both OmniMIDI and the player as administrator as I'm on a shared computer. Kind of a mess to work with...
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Re: OmniMIDI: A MIDI synthesizer forked from "BASSMIDI Driver" by kode54

Postby Firtasik » 2019-10-26 @ 16:10

Well, it seems that VirtualMIDISynth is the way to go.
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Re: OmniMIDI: A MIDI synthesizer forked from "BASSMIDI Driver" by kode54

Postby Badscrew » 2019-10-27 @ 17:15

Badscrew wrote:Hi, on github I see the message saying that the repo is archived and is in read-only mode?


Looks like it's alive again
https://github.com/KeppySoftware/OmniMI ... ag/9.0.0.0
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Re: OmniMIDI: A MIDI synthesizer forked from "BASSMIDI Driver" by kode54

Postby zackoftrades333 » 2019-10-31 @ 13:17

New Version 9 seems to fix my issues, thanks.
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Re: OmniMIDI: A MIDI synthesizer forked from "BASSMIDI Driver" by kode54

Postby KaleidonKep99 » 2019-11-17 @ 15:30

t9999clint wrote:first off, I'd like to say that I really like your driver and use it a lot on the few windows machines I have left.
But well that kind of gets to the main point of my post...
I don't really use Windows anymore, do you have any plans to make a Linux version? and if not, do you know of any Linux equivalent? I've used TIMIDI and Fluidsynth and they're frankly terrible, I've tried looking for something using BASSMIDI but all that came up in my research is yours and Falcosoft's windows projects. Wine works, but It's not a perfect solution.

I was working on a Linux release (For Debian-based distros to be more specific), but the lack of motivation and testers eventually killed the project.

To be fair though, I did a lot of optimizations on the Windows version to make it work properly under Wine. You should give it a try.
You just need to patch all the Windows applications installed in Wine with my Windows Multimedia Wrapper, or else they'll not recognize the driver. Wine doesn't seem to load user-mode drivers...

Badscrew wrote:Hi, on github I see the message saying that the repo is archived and is in read-only mode?

zackoftrades333 wrote:Yeah, noticed that to, which sucks cause I keep getting a BEX/BEX64 OmniMIDI.dll error when setting any MIDI player to OmniMIDI, crashing the players, and can't report it now.

Hopefully they reopen it.

You should be able to report the issue now, I had to archive the repo temporarily because of some personal problems, now it's all good.

EDIT: Only now I noticed that there's a second page with messages, oops!
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