[PD] Quicktime synthesizer on OS X

Mark Polishook polishook at optonline.net
Tue Nov 20 04:16:51 CET 2007

I've only tried so far on OS X. The problem is the Quicktime
Synthesizer doesn't show up on the Audio Midi Setup ...  so it doesn't
appear to be reachable .... I've tried on a few computers.

On Nov 19, 2007 7:03 PM, Derek Holzer <derek at umatic.nl> wrote:
> If the QT Synth appears as a normal MIDI client on whatever operating
> system you use, it shouldn't be hard.
> On OSX you have to open up "Audio MIDI Setup" and see if the QT Synth
> appears as a MIDI device. If it does, then you can connect to it under
> the MIDI devices in PD. Make sure you leave the "Audio MIDI Setup"
> dialog open. Closing it prevents PD from accessing MIDI devices!
> On Linux, if QT Synth is setup as an ALSA Midi device, you can use the
> ALSA Midi in PD, or better yet use JACK to connect the MIDI ports. On
> Windows, MidiOx should take care of the job (I guess...).
> best wishes + report back!
> d.
> So long as the QT synth appears as
> Mark Polishook wrote:
> > On OS X, is there a way to route Pd midi internally to the Quicktime
> > synthesizer? Is there an answer for an equivalent on Windows and
> > LInux?
> >
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