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SDB:MIDI Files Cannot Be Played
Version: 8.0 - 9.1
When you are playing a MIDI file, you cannot hear anything, even though the application you are using displays the playback sequence on the screen.
With other operating systems, most sound cards use a software wave table for the playback of MIDI files. Generally, this software wave table is set up along with the driver in a manner that is completely transparent to the user, which means this process cannot be recreated.
Linux drivers do not provide such a software wave table. These drivers truly only provide the device driver needed to control the sound card.
Set up a software wave table under SUSE LINUX as well. Instructions are available in the following manuals:
| SUSE LINUX
|Manual||Chapter no.||Chapter name||Page|
|8.0||Reference||8||Playing MIDI Files without a WaveTable Card||187|
|8.2||Administration Guide||6||Playing MIDI Files without a WaveTable Card||132|
|9.0||User Guide||18.10||MIDI Playback without a WaveTable Card||303|
|9.1||User Guide||19.10||MIDI Playback without a WaveTable Card||321|