[PD] midi synch strategy
megalegoland at yahoo.fr
Mon Sep 25 19:29:18 CEST 2006
how did you try [midirealtimein]?
from ableton live and using midiyoke
I get the midi clock numbers and even the pattern's beat numbers, let me try with cubaseSX...
with sending a midiclock.
I've got 252 and 0 with start, 242 and 2 with stop, 248 and 0 along the sequence.
242 and 2 comes when I move the cubase's cursor position
The second outlet seems to be related to midi port.
with sending a timecode:
I've got 240 and 2 when I move the cubase's position' cursor,
241 and 2 when sequence is started
martin.peach at sympatico.ca a écrit :
> De: patco
> Date: 2006/09/25 lun. PM 12:25:44 GMT-04:00
> À: pd-list at iem.at
> Objet: RE: [PD] midi synch strategy
> Hello, at least we can use [midirealtimein] for receiving midi clock messages,
> from any host with using virtual midi into pure data even under windows.
> The first outlet outputs the midiclock message (250, 248, 252),
> and the second one outputs the beat value.
That's weird, for me both outputs are always 0 on winXP pd-0.39-2.
> [midiout] doesn't work indeed with both winXP and linux using pd-0.39-2
It works for me on winXP.
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