[PD] midi clock for pd on NT?
eskogen at usfamily.net
Sat Mar 13 01:58:55 CET 2004
midi clock in and out works for me on pd37.1/winxp
i'm using [midirealtimein] for input and messages to [midiout] for
output clock. i usually slave everything else to pd, however, because
i'm using audio and audio-rate sequences in pd and can afford to have
midi messages only for everything else.
if i really must slave pd to other sources, [midirealtimein] is
connected to a [t3_timer], which is then averaged out to estimate clock.
this is not really accurate at all for the first few bars, and even
after could use some tweaking. also, there may be no advantage in using
[t3_timer], i believe i tried other options and got no real variation.
the max docs have some tips on slaving to clock, but i have done the
brute force approach and used [history] or [average] or something.
hope that helps
Josh Steiner wrote:
> anyone know what the status of this stuff is in .37.1? i'm trying to
> get my pd installation to listen to an external hardware seq's midi
> clock and i'm not getting anything from [midiclkin] and i've tested
> that i am indeed getting sync to other software...
> Daniel Heckenberg wrote:
>> A patch of a different sort:
>> Apply the attached patch to the source of pd-36-0 to improve support for
>> midi system messages.
>> will then be available and will work as you might expect (under
>> Windows at
>> [midiin] works better too.
>> I also have an external [miditimedecode] which can turn the
>> bytestream back into into SMPTE. Hmm I guess I should add this to the
>> externals repository... but you actually need to be able to get at the
>> miditimecode message pairs for it to be useful...
>> Let me know if you can't compile and I'll provide a patched binary
>> for you.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "e skogen" <eskogen at usfamily.net>
>> To: <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
>> Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2003 8:20 AM
>> Subject: [PD] midi clock for pd on NT?
>>> hi kids,
>>> i'm running pd on windows XP and i'd like to get midi clock in.
>>> does anyone have an example patch for the midirealtimein or midiclkin
>>> objects? do these work? is there any hope for a midiin for windows?
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