[PD] midi .smf files in PD

Krzysztof Czaja czaja at chopin.edu.pl
Wed Nov 16 09:25:20 CET 2005

hi Martin,

Martin Peach wrote:

>> program.  The easy way of adding that is to patch the qlist itself
>> and forget about random access, loops, overdubs and such.  Forking
>> out yet another qlist clone is a bad idea.
> That's what I'm trying to do with midifile. It just outputs each MIDI 
> packet as a list from one outlet, with the current tick number on 
> another. (It doesn't parse the MIDI since that can be done externally 
> with [route].) It should be easy to pack those into a qlist and later 
> edit the qlist, then play it back into a midifile to save it in .mid 

no, that was not what I meant.  I do not think there is any reason
for using qlist, other than getting rid of externals altogether.
Now I am not sure you I aware of seq's (not xeq's) existence...


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