[PD] Midi Clocks (Sync to a Oberheim Echoplex)
simart at onebox.com
Thu Feb 21 01:05:55 CET 2002
Thanks for the quick reply. Sorry to be thick, but I'm not quite sure
how to send the messages "byte by byte". My old MAX manual shows a metro
object hooked up to a message box with 248 which in turn goes out midiout.
When I tried that with pd, my echoplex didn't seem to sense the midi
clock messages. I also tried a message box with 0xF8 (which I think
is the hexadecimal equivalent) but that didn't seem to work.
simart at null.net
(415) 430-2184 x1112 - voicemail/fax
---- Miller Puckette <mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu> wrote:
> Hi Art,
> I believe you can just send the messages byte by byte to "midiout".
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 11:44:38AM -0800, Art Simon wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm new to pd, and so far I am enjoying it immensely.
> > I previously wrote a few simple MAX programs. One of them was basically
> > a drum machine. I've written something similar in pd, but I'm not
> > how to send Midi beats or time code so I can sync other things (like
> > my Oberheim Echoplex) to my drum machine. Has anyone written something
> > like the "timeout" object in MAX for pd? Thanks.
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