getting mdi output as audio

Nov 20, 2006 at 9:43am

getting mdi output as audio

is it possible to capture the output of noteout as audio for use within a patch?

#28785
Nov 20, 2006 at 9:54am

noteout does not output any signal, nor sound. But you can use it to trigger any sound or other event within max…

If you just want the note value to be a signal,- pass it to sig~

#88698
Nov 20, 2006 at 10:00am

sorry, i should have phrased that better. i understand noteout doesn’t output a signal, i’m intersted in recapturing the rendered midi audio output by quicktime as a signal.

#88699
Nov 20, 2006 at 10:09am

oh, dear… it looks so simple but it is a nightmare on win (dunno for
osx). Sound is always disgusting, latency problems, midi loops and so
on… It depends on the audio connections your audio gear offers you.
With my RME, max doesn’t want to get back the midi output (played
through my default audio channels) with adoutput. The last time, i used
the analog outputs back to the inputs, all in max…

f.e

Wilford Brimley wrote:
> is it possible to capture the output of noteout as audio for use within a patch?
>
>

#88700
Nov 20, 2006 at 10:23am

On 20 nov. 06, at 11:00, Wilford Brimley wrote:

>
> sorry, i should have phrased that better. i understand noteout doesn’t
> output a signal, i’m intersted in recapturing the rendered midi audio
> output by quicktime as a signal.

Under OSX, it is not possible to get the signal from the OS’ MIDI synth
(excepted if you use an audio routing software, like SoundFlower or
Jack – both are free).
But you can use a MIDI soundfont synth in Max/MSP, using [fluidsynth~]
or [fluid~], or whatever VST synth you like.

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#88701
Nov 20, 2006 at 10:55am

#88702
Nov 26, 2006 at 12:53am

Thanks for all the helpful responses. Sorry it took me so long to respond, busy week at work. i’ve got soundflower now, trying to get it running now, thanks!

#88703
Jul 13, 2007 at 1:22pm

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