A command line utility for routing and monitoring MIDI ports.
MIDI Message Routing Tool
midiroute is a command line utility for routing MIDI streams between input and output ports on your computer. midiroute can route an incoming MIDI stream to multiple output ports. The stream can also be monitored in the terminal.
Installation and usage
midiroute can be installed by running
pip install midiroute. It requires Python 3.7.0+ to
To list the available input and output ports on your system:
Route messages from an input to an output port with monitoring enabled:
midiroute run -i "Oxygen 61 0" -o "Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth 0" -m
Command line options
You can list the command line options by running
Usage: midiroute [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... CLI entry-point. Options: --help Show this message and exit. Commands: list-ports List available input and output ports. run Run the MIDI router.
To get help on a specific command run
midiroute <command> --help:
$ midiroute run --help Usage: midiroute run [OPTIONS] Run the MIDI router. Options: -i, --input-port PORT_NAME Select the input port. -o, --output-ports PORT_NAME Select one or more output ports in a comma separated list. -m, --monitor Enable monitoring of MIDI activity on the selected ports. --help Show this message and exit.
Contributing to midiroute
Contributions to this project are more than welcome!
More details can be found in CONTRIBUTING.
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