[PD] send midi to another program in windows? (not with [midifile])
teoria.musical at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 30 14:07:48 CEST 2010
Midi yoke will certainly make it, but you will probably have problems with latency.
André Damião Bandeira
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> Hi Joao,
> You can use LoopBe1 or MIDIYoke. They're both free.
> David Kirkpatrick
> Sound and Multimedia Artist
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> Subject: [PD] send midi to another program in windows? (not with [midifile])
> my attempts to work with [midifile] didn't work, as something in the files is saved wrong, and all my midi-related programs (sibelius, reason, logic,...) display a much slower file than the one I saved. Also, midifile only takes integers as midipitches, which is rather limiting.
> I wanted to send midi directly from Pd to any of the other said programs. Can anyone recommend a jack-kind of software for midi?
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