Virtual MIDI Driver, Connect Virtual MIDI Controller.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Drivers' started by GafferUK, Jun 25, 2007.

  1. GafferUK

    GafferUK Guest

    Hi, im creating a Virtual MIDI Controller using Pocket PC's.
    Link can be found here:

    It alows multiple people to share a single music application creating
    digital bands and orcestras using multiple Pocket PC's. A nice idea and
    original idea.

    So, can hopefuly a microsoft employee give me a code base sample or details
    for the best way to creating a Virtual MIDI Driver so my receiving
    application on desktop PC can be seen to windows as a hardware MIDI device.

    At the moment im using virtual midi cables but I wish to provide a
    professional solution.

    Can Microsoft please understand if my application becomes popular in the
    live music industry it could make Pocket Pc's more popular than the IPod.
    Please scratch my back and ill scratch your's by selling loads of windows
    mobile. :)

    Ive looked at the MPU401 and dmusuart samples but im new to driver
    development. I need a clear understanding on which way to go as all im doing
    is crashing my PC with a blue screen which is also my development machine :(

    Thanks for your time Paul.
    GafferUK, Jun 25, 2007
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  2. GafferUK

    GafferUK Guest

    Do microoft employees read these posts? I hava a good idea and require help.
    GafferUK, Jun 27, 2007
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    BobF Guest


    wdmaudiodev might be a better source for help with audio miniports. The web
    site is stale (has good info), but the mail list is still active:
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    BobF, Jun 29, 2007
  4. GafferUK

    GafferUK Guest

    Thanks BobF, thanks for the links.

    GafferUK, Jun 29, 2007
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