VMPK is a virtual MIDI piano keyboard for Linux, Windows and OSX. Based on Qt and Drumstick the program is a MIDI event generator using the computer's alphanumeric keyboard and the mouse. It may be used also to display received MIDI notes.
- 1 MIDI IN port
- 1 MIDI OUT/THRU port
- MIDI standards compliant
- Configurable number of keys/octaves
- Configurable starting note
- Configurable key size
- Configurable computer keyboard mappings
- Touch screen support
- MIDI output to Internal synthesizer, using FluidSynth soundfont (.sf2) synth
- MIDI input and output to network, using an ipMIDI compatible protocol
- MIDI input and output to OS native drivers (Windows, Linux and Mac OSX)
- Translations to many languages
Really easy to use. You open the program, and you are playing. It would be awesome if the author could update the packages in the ubuntu repositories from time to time.
Adorei o melhor simulador de teclado grátis que eu encontrei até agora, recomendo demais pra quem que aprender a tocar teclado, tem uma função no viem que deixa as teclas coloridas e coloca as letras das notas nas teclas facilita bastante. Espero ter ajudado o pessoal Br que estar procurando um aplicativo satisfatório, flw
This works really well after installing "coolsoft VirtualMIDISynth". I had to adjust the options for voices/reverb/chorus and lower the values to 48/10/10 - because my computer is not very good. And I lowered the latency to 50 as well - after which the timing worked perfect. It took a bit of exploring options in both but I got my 25 key midi xKey to work. Great free program! Thanks!
good... but need some tune improvements for HP Envy x360 Touch Screen Laptops.
In response to the latency complaints . . . . The src is to the least, superb but in its structure subdued to gcc issues, observe not any gcc bugs !, only. Build QT with full -O3 -fno-gcse -mtune=(some cpu), all mtunes are cpu portable, but at it's best on the target tuned hardvare host. Then build vmpk with -03 -fno-gcse -fno-guess-branch-probability -mtune=(your choice) And all latency disappears, even on comparatively slow ten year + old machines, driving an equally built timidity++ driver. One tip with Timidity++drv. Search and replace -mms-bitfields with -mno-ms-bitfields in the build files, as it causes squeeks'nscratching. There is no need to provide MSVC linking support for a driver. and link -static-libgcc otherwise the driver can hook on other gcc built executables and cause a msvcrt splash screens on exit. Tested with Hydrogen, Lmms, Qsynth, Mscore, 2 mention a few, with gcc 4.8,a bit custombuilt one . . but there shall be no difference with a regular say 4.8.1 and up. This counts for all "ïntel like arch" builds