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DSMI, formerly known as DSMIDIWiFi, is a server that runs on your computer receives MIDI commands and feeds them to your MIDI applications. It was initially released by 0xtob and TheRain as a framework for developing DS applications that communicate to music software on the computer via Wifi, using MIDI.
This application is used to forward MIDI messages between local MIDI applications and Nintendo DS handhelds in the local network.
Available for Linux, OSX and Windows (if you're on Windows, install a MIDI loopback such as LoopBe).
Get some DSMI applications and put them on your DS.
Start your MIDI application then start the DSMIDIWiFi server.
It works with the following homebrews: