[PD] Problem with Ground Control Pro and [midi-in] response to Derek
brown.benj at gmail.com
Sat Feb 10 22:28:25 CET 2007
Thanks for the response, I have the audio midi setup window open and
the USB Uno MIDI interface is viewable. I then started PD, selected
the Uno from the midi preferences in PD and ran the test patch(i have
also tried this by starting pd then starting the utility). I receive
no messages in the midi message boxes of the test patch. When I test
the setup from Audio/midi setup(not PD) I still get the nice test
tones when I pressed the foot pedals buttons.
The foot peda is directly connected to the Uno which is plugged into
the a USB port of my Powerbook g4.
In the Audiomidi devices setup window am I supposed to add a device
and run a virtual patch inside that window to the interface? The
thing is that when I plug my midi keyboard into the Uno I get messages
fine straight to PD, if I switch the keyboard out and connect the
pedal nothing happens....except in the osx setup utility.
I have also tried starting the IAC driver but that doesnt show up in PD....
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From: Derek Holzer <derek at umatic.nl>
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 03:48:35 +0100
Subject: Re: [PD] Problem with Ground Control Pro and [midi-in]
Did you leave the "Audio MIDI Setup" application open when running PD?
This is usually necessary in my experience. Did your specific interface
appear on the list of available MIDI devices in PD?
Benjamin Brown wrote:
> I just purchased a Ground Control Pro in hopes that I could use the midi
> foot controller to control my PD patches. However, I don't get any
> midiIn output. Using the Test Audio Midi patch in the PD
> extended-0.39.2 build I receive no output to the message boxes. I have
> made sure the pedal is sending messages by checking the AUDIO/MIDI
> settings in OSX, I get nice test tones and flashes when pressing the
> foot buttons, in the System Utility(Audio/midi).
derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
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