[PD] Throttling midi message rates
abonnements at revolwear.com
Fri Feb 21 15:20:44 CET 2020
Looks like this issue
I can recover the locked-up Pd by disconnecting the ALSA MIDI in the
QjackCtl Graph. (see animated gif in the github issue)
The MIDI device I'm experiencing this issue with is a Sensel Morph in
14bit MIDI mode.
@ Andrew Lyons
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On 21.02.20 12:29, Dan Wilcox wrote:
> PD tries to handle MIDI as fast as it gets it, hence Miller's warning.
> First, does Pd lock up on the RPI *without* your patch running? If so,
> then Pd itself is clogged up by all the messaging on the RPI. If it's
> your patch, then your message handling can/should be optimized ala
> Ingo's suggestion. Do you have any GUI objects in the message chain? If
> so, the fast messaging will also be causing GUI updates which may be
> slow on the RPI. Another way to check this is to run Pd with -nogui and
> see if it works without hanging.
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>> I have an FCB 1010 MIDI foot pedal controller with 10 switches and two
>> pedals. One of the foot pedals is used to control glissando rate. More
>> specifically, it is hooked up to a vline~ object in pd. (I originally used
>> a line.)
>> If I change the pedal position too quickly, it locks up PD, and I have to
>> kill and restart the software. I have not encountered this before, but I
>> remember Miller saying something about "bad things happen" if the MIDI
>> input rate is too high in one of his MS171 lectures.
>> I do not have access to the firmware code on the foot pedal board, so I'm
>> hoping there is a way to throttle MIDI data rates in PD. I am running on a
>> raspberry pi 3 (buster) in a Zynthian kit.
>> Any pointers appreciated.
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