|MIDI Patchbay for Windows? / How to send MIDI from app to Reason in real-time on WinXP|
| by Waynew in Operating Systems|
MIDI Patchbay is a utility for Mac OSX that lets you pass MIDI data
between musical hardware and software.
Is there an equivalent
utility for Windows operating systems?
(I've done due diligence, and
haven't found anything worthwhile)
My use case: I'd like to
write a program that generates MIDI data and sends it to Propellerhead
Reason in real-time.
|A simple free MIDI implementation in Java besides javax.sound.midi: Are there any?|
| by Matthieu Bozec in Java|
The problem is: Android doesn't implement
I need a simple free library
that allows me to create simple 1-track midi files.
I searched the net
for it, but can't really find anything, since everything uses
The license needs to be one where I don't
need to opensource my linked app.
|Recording generated midi events: inner conversion from timestamps to midi file delta time|
| by Kiltec in Programming Languages|
I'm developing a small desktop aplication which gets a monophonic melody
from the sound input port, and using pitch tracking techniques it converts
it to midi messages to be dumped to a midi port or stored to a midi
The actual problem comes when I record this midi messages
to a midi file, using the
Receiver from the
|Midi Ticks to Actual PlayBack Seconds !!! ( Midi Music)|
| by danielsdesk in Programming Languages|
i am working on midi project and i wanted to visualize the midi Music
like Spectrography of Mp3 music...
I want to know how to convert Midi
Ticks to Actual playback seconds...Like if there is a midi tick in PPQ (
Pulse per quarter note) for example 1120.is there a formula to convert it
into real world playback seconds ?
|Does anyone have any experience with playing .midi files through midi->wav conversion or the like on the iPhone?|
| by Stuka in Mobile Programming|
Does anyone have any experience with playing .midi files through
midi->wav conversion or the like on the iPhone?
|How to Import MIDI File Virtual MIDI Keyboard|
| by Coder Blues in Arts & Entertainment|
Learning how to master MIDI is an essential part of becoming a well rounded
musician and music producer. MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface)
enables you to write and record drum, keyboard, bass and other instruments
without even needing to play any of them. If you use a virtual MIDI
keyboard built into your audio recording software, importing a MIDI file
into a recording project is a typic
|MIDI to USB Not Showing Up on MIDI Music Playback|
| by Mahi in Arts & Entertainment|
A MIDI-to-USB adapter is essential for connecting traditional MIDI
instruments and other hardware to a PC. While some newer MIDI workstations
and controllers contain built-in USB ports, many MIDI devices still contain
only the traditional "MIDI In," "MIDI Out" and "MIDI Thru" ports,
unsupported by the typical home computer. If you want to connect these
devices to your PC for digital recording or s
|Multiple midi pin support for a midi driver in XP|
| by Kishore in Programming Languages|
I am trying to create a miniport driver (IMiniportDMus) that will expose
two midi in and two midi out pins (legacy). In Windows Vista and Win 7 I
see those pins when I use midiInXXX and midiOutXXX functions, but in
Windows XP I just see one midi in and one midi out pin.
is my pin descriptor array:
|How can i know if a midi input is connected to a midi output?|
| by Joshua Johnson in Programming Languages|
I'm making a midi editor wich has a dialog for connecting/disconnecting
midi inputs to outputs, so the user can have other programs running midi
with the same input echoed via virtual midi ports, like maple.
It uses the midiConnect function, but i want to show in the UI, the
current midi connections that already exist.
The only method
that i can think is to try to connec
|How to Control a USB General MIDI With a MIDI Port|
| by bmg in Arts & Entertainment|
Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) can greatly assist music
composers, producers and performers. MIDI is a way of linking different
kinds of devices to ultimately trigger sound or alter sonic parameters.
General MIDI is a standard of MIDI that ensures that the data coming from
128 sound banks potentially accessed by a device will correspond to
analogous sound banks on another device. This