Recording MIDI in a buffer?

Sep 9, 2008 at 9:38pm

Recording MIDI in a buffer?

Hi, i’m starting some new project and some brainstorming could be useful.. i’d like to store some MIDI values into a buffer and then spit them out respecting the original temporal order (or scrambling it starting form a different point).
It is the same to the audio case in which i continously record 4 measures in loop into a buffer and then play them back. In the middle of course i do some modification.
Which could be a good object to use to store the midi notes (and maybe visulize them)?
Thanks
Alberto

#39631
Sep 10, 2008 at 5:52am

To store MIDI data i usually use a [coll] so i can store a few other pieces of data along with Notes/CCs like velocity, duration, length, delta time… If you just want note values you can use something simple like a [table], [multislider], or a [matrix control]…

#139723
Sep 10, 2008 at 7:58am

#139724
Sep 10, 2008 at 12:33pm

Seq would be great bt i’d like to read the values while recording and i cannot. I’d like to have something like a circular recorder, from which i can read the data in various orders. Is there a way of doing that with seq? I though one possibility is using two seqs one writing down the data after recording (text file or something) and the other reading data for playing. But it’s really ugly…
A
for MikEyhaTsis I’ll check coll, i’ve never used it

#139725
Sep 11, 2008 at 2:02pm

#139726
Sep 11, 2008 at 7:53pm

Borax object too can come in very handy it’s like a swiss army knife for midi info . very usefull indeed

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