[PD] SysEx In issue
danomatika at gmail.com
Mon Feb 11 17:52:12 CET 2019
Do other applications handle MIDI this quickly? The original spec is quite
slow and processing MIDI at such a (relatively) high speed is probably
running up against Pd's block boundary.
See the following discussion:
On Mon, Feb 11, 2019 at 4:19 PM Lucas Cordiviola <lucarda27 at hotmail.com>
> I did a test patch (attached)
> - I can send 7 byte sysex messages up to every 3ms
> - I can send noteout up to every 2ms
> This tests gave same results if using a midicable (cable loop on the
> sound-card) or using a virtual driver.
> Mensaje telepatico asistido por maquinas.
> On 2/11/2019 10:55 AM, Dan Wilcox wrote:
> (responding again in thread)
> It is most likely a bug, maybe introduced in the MIDI overhaul I did for
> 0.48. Does the same issue occur in 0.47?
> Can make a *re-produceable* patch and/or project for testing and open an
> issue on the pure-data Github repo? The simplest thing for me would be the
> syses messages you're sending as bytes.
> You could also check the output of the midi tester patch I added:
> Browser -> Pure Data/7.stuff/tools/miditester.pd
>> Not too long ago I wrote here reporting an issue with receiving SysEx
>> When Pd receives a big quantity of SysEx, the MIDI IN port 'gets stuck'
>> then you need to go to 'Media->MIDI settings...' and re-select the port,
>> otherwise no MIDI messages will be received anymore.
>> Here's a video that shows the issue:
>> it's a private video, the pass is: sysexissue
>> Does anybody know what could cause this behavior and if it's possible to
>> 'fix it'?
>> The first time I reported it, it was when I stumbled on this using my
>> personal Linux machine and Miller Puckette suggested to change the MIDI
>> buffer in the source code, but unfortunately also setting that to
>> insane like 2^20, the issue was still there.
>> Now I double checked on MacOS Sierra and Windows 10 and it is the same.
> Dan Wilcox
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