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 Very old and rare synthesizer.   Very old and rare synthesizer. 
   
 See cms(4)  See [[!template id=man name="cms" section="4"]].
   
 ##  PC speaker   ##  PC speaker 
   
 It has one-voice polyphony and sounds just awful. Useful only for testing MIDI input devices.   It has one-voice polyphony and sounds just awful. Useful only for testing MIDI input devices. 
   
 See pcppi(4)  See [[!template id=man name="pcppi" section="4"]].
   
 ##  Roland MPU-401   ##  Roland MPU-401 
   
Line 22  MIDI interface by Roland. It became popu Line 22  MIDI interface by Roland. It became popu
   
 Supported on many ISA cards, and following PCI cards:   Supported on many ISA cards, and following PCI cards: 
   
   * C-Media CMI8738 - cmpci(4) - support broken in NetBSD 4.0?     * C-Media CMI8738 - [[!template id=man name="cmpci" section="4"]] - support broken in NetBSD 4.0? 
   * ESS Solo-1 - eso(4)     * ESS Solo-1 - [[!template id=man name="eso" section="4"]]
   * ForteMedia FM801 - fms(4)     * ForteMedia FM801 - [[!template id=man name="fms" section="4"]]
   * Yamaha DS-1 - yds(4)     * Yamaha DS-1 - [[!template id=man name="yds" section="4"]]
   
 Usually MPU interfaces are conncted to MIDI/Joystick port on sound cards. You won't be able to play/receive anything unless you connect some external MIDI device to such port. Though, in some rare cases MPU interface is connected to on-board/daughterboard WaveTable MIDI engine.   Usually MPU interfaces are conncted to MIDI/Joystick port on sound cards. You won't be able to play/receive anything unless you connect some external MIDI device to such port. Though, in some rare cases MPU interface is connected to on-board/daughterboard WaveTable MIDI engine. 
   
 See mpu(4)  See [[!template id=man name="mpu" section="4"]]
   
 ##  Simple MIDI interfaces   ##  Simple MIDI interfaces 
   
 Simple MIDI interfaces are supported on many ISA cards, and following PCI cards:   Simple MIDI interfaces are supported on many ISA cards, and following PCI cards: 
   
   * Cirrus Logic CS4280 - clcs(4)     * Cirrus Logic CS4280 - [[!template id=man name="clcs" section="4"]]
   * Creative Labs SoundBlaster PCI (Ensoniq AudioPCI based) - eap(4)     * Creative Labs SoundBlaster PCI (Ensoniq AudioPCI based) - [[!template id=man name="eap" section="4"]]
   * Trident 4DWAVE and compatibles - autri(4)     * Trident 4DWAVE and compatibles - [[!template id=man name="autri" section="4"]]
   
 Usually simple MIDI interfaces are connected to MIDI/Joystick port on sound cards. You won't be able to play/receive anything unless you connect some external MIDI device to such port.   Usually simple MIDI interfaces are connected to MIDI/Joystick port on sound cards. You won't be able to play/receive anything unless you connect some external MIDI device to such port. 
   
Line 47  Note: MIDI port and synth on SoundBlaste Line 47  Note: MIDI port and synth on SoundBlaste
   
 Many USB MIDI devices are supported. Synth modules, keyboards and MIDI interfaces are handled well.   Many USB MIDI devices are supported. Synth modules, keyboards and MIDI interfaces are handled well. 
   
 See umidi(4)  See [[!template id=man name="umidi" section="4"]]
   
 ##  Yamaha OPL2 and OPL3   ##  Yamaha OPL2 and OPL3 
   
Line 55  Popular single-chip FM synthesizer. Almo Line 55  Popular single-chip FM synthesizer. Almo
   
 Some of the newer cards have compatbile FM engine too. PCI cards based on following chipsets have it:   Some of the newer cards have compatbile FM engine too. PCI cards based on following chipsets have it: 
   
   * C-Media CMI8738 - cmpci(4) - opl support broken in NetBSD 4.0?     * C-Media CMI8738 - [[!template id=man name="cmpci" section="4"]] - opl support broken in NetBSD 4.0? 
   * ESS Solo-1 - eso(4)     * ESS Solo-1 - [[!template id=man name="eso" section="4"]]
   * ForteMedia FM801 - fms(4)     * ForteMedia FM801 - [[!template id=man name="fms" section="4"]]
   * S3 SonicVibes - sv(4)     * S3 SonicVibes - [[!template id=man name="sv" section="4"]]
   * Yamaha DS-1 - yds(4)     * Yamaha DS-1 - [[!template id=man name="yds" section="4"]]
   
 NetBSD opl driver has built-in General MIDI instrument definitions, so your system is ready to play without additional configuration.   NetBSD opl driver has built-in General MIDI instrument definitions, so your system is ready to play without additional configuration. 
   
 Note: New PCI cards by Creative Labs do not have this chip.   Note: New PCI cards by Creative Labs do not have this chip. 
   
 See opl(4)  See [[!template id=man name="opl" section="4"]]
   
 #  Identifying MIDI devices   #  Identifying MIDI devices 
   
Line 98  You can now play :).  Line 98  You can now play :). 
   
 #  MIDI software for NetBSD   #  MIDI software for NetBSD 
   
 Utility called **midiplay** comes with NetBSD.   Utility called [[!template id=man name="midiplay" section="1"]] comes with NetBSD. 
   

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