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On 1/24/20 1:17 PM, Michel Tavir wrote:
I have managed to install Hatari on my MacBook Pro with Mac OS 10.6.8 Snow
Leopard, and for now I can live with the few bugs I came across. I did get
MANDALA running ‹ the graphics part at least, because for some reason I
cannot get any sound at all. Yet pressing keys does result in a click sound,
so it's not like this installation of Hatari isn't sound-capable (as was the
case, as far as I could understand, with MagicMacX, which I tried some years
Mandala sound output is through MIDI and it seems
to work fine.
You need a MIDI device and configure Hatari to
I don't have Mac, but like Linux, it might have
some software MIDI synthetizers which you can use
if you don't have real MIDI HW.
Note: Hatari PortMidi code enumerates MIDI devices
at startup, so your MIDI device needs to powered &
connected when Hatari starts, otherwise your
device doesn't show up in Hatari's devices dialog.
PS. Hatari has supported MIDI on Linux since
v0.45, but we got MacOS & Windows MIDI support
(with PortMidi) only for Hatari v2.1 release.
(Hatari devs don't Have Mac or Linux, so support
for those platforms is through 3rd party code
contributions, this includes the MacOS Hatari