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UMIDI(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						  UMIDI(4)

umidi -- USB support for MIDI devices SYNOPSIS
umidi* at uhub? midi* at umidi? DESCRIPTION
The umidi driver supports USB MIDI devices that conform to the Universal Serial Bus Device Class Definition for MIDI Devices. Vendor-spe- cific support is also included for the following: Midiman devices MidiSport 2x4 Roland and Edirol devices Fantom-X PC300 PCR SC8820 SC8850 SCD70 SD20 SD80 SD90 SK500 SonicCell U8 UA25 UA100 UA101 UA10F UA4FX UA700 UA1000 UM1 UM2 UM3 UM4 UM550 UM880N XV5050 Yamaha devices UX256 (product-specific support) Others Other Yamaha MIDI devices will be attached and are expected to work also. Devices supported by the umidi driver will appear as midi(4) devices. SEE ALSO
midi(4), usb(4) HISTORY
The umidi driver appeared in NetBSD 1.6. BSD
October 14, 2007 BSD

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SND_UAUDIO(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 					     SND_UAUDIO(4)

snd_uaudio -- USB audio and MIDI device driver SYNOPSIS
To compile this driver into the kernel, place the following lines in your kernel configuration file: device sound device usb device snd_uaudio Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the following line in loader.conf(5): snd_uaudio_load="YES" DESCRIPTION
The snd_uaudio driver provides support for USB audio class devices and USB MIDI class devices. A USB audio device consists of a number of components: input terminals (e.g. USB digital input), output terminals (e.g. speakers), and a num- ber of units in between (e.g. volume control). Refer to the 'USB Audio Class Specification' for more information. SEE ALSO
sound(4), usb(4) USB Audio Class Specifications, HISTORY
The snd_uaudio driver first appeared in FreeBSD 4.7. AUTHORS
This manual page was adopted from NetBSD 1.6 and modified for FreeBSD by Hiten Pandya <>. BUGS
The PCM framework in FreeBSD, as of this writing, does not handle device un-registrations in a properly abstracted manner, i.e., a detach request is refused by the PCM framework if the device is in use. It is necessary to allow the device un-registration to complete success- fully, otherwise the PCM layer will panic. BSD
February 24, 2011 BSD
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