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Python Websocket server to facilitate two-way communication with all connected MIDI devices.

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# MIDI Websocket server

Python Websocket server to facilitate two-way communication with all connected MIDI devices.

Features:

  • Broadcasting all NOTE ON and NOTE OFF MIDI signals from all MIDI devices to all clients listening via websocket.
  • Playing received NOTE ON and NOTE OFF MIDI signals from connected clients to specific MIDI device.
  • Discovery of new devices when they are plugged in. Changes to device list is broadcasted to all connected clients.

The server is designed to run on a Raspberry Pi with a MIDI keyboard plugged in via USB.

Powered by [aaugustin/websockets](https://github.com/aaugustin/websockets) and [SpotlightKid/python-rtmidi](https://github.com/SpotlightKid/python-rtmidi).

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