MIDI keyboard and Linux

To get your MIDI keyboard working in Linux, you should do something like the following steps:

1) install Rosegarden, which automatically install jack and the related software in particular Qjackqtl (jack GUI). Maybe you could install directly Qjackqtl…

2) add your user to the audio group

sudo usermod -a -G audio <your_user_name>

3) install Qsynth,
4) do the following terminal command

sudo apt update; sudo apt full-upgrade -y; sudo apt install -y pipewire-audio-client-libraries libspa-0.2-bluetooth libspa-0.2-jack wireplumber pipewire-media-session-; sudo cp /usr/share/doc/pipewire/examples/alsa.conf.d/99-pipewire-default.conf /etc/alsa/conf.d/; sudo cp /usr/share/doc/pipewire/examples/ld.so.conf.d/pipewire-jack-*.conf /etc/ld.so.conf.d/; sudo ldconfig; sudo apt remove -y pulseaudio-module-bluetooth; systemctl --user --now enable wireplumber.service

Musescore and a MIDI keyboard

To get Musescore able to record from a MIDI keyboard I had to use the 4 release, so far with an appimage from their website.

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