GlovePie -> Midi Joke -> MAX/MSP how?


    Jul 01 2008 | 9:33 am
    Hello,
    I'm trying to get data from GlovePie through Midi Yoke into MAX/MSP, but I don’t know how. I’m really new with Max, so I don’t know where to start. Could someone give me a starter or a hint or anything?
    Thanks, Yuni

    • Jul 01 2008 | 10:21 am
      I forgot to mention that I'm working on a Window's PC
    • Jul 01 2008 | 11:09 am
      glovepie supports OSC protocol, its very easy to implment and my be btter then midi in some cases. see the readme
      On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 1:21 PM, Nicolette wrote:
      > > I forgot to mention that I'm working on a Window's PC >
    • Jul 01 2008 | 2:50 pm
      I recently wired up the homemade midi footswitch (described at https://cycling74.com/story/2007/10/16/1252/3782) that uses a repurposed usb numeric keypad. It works like a charm but now I'm thinking wouldn't it be great to do the same thing with a wireless keypad. The problem is that I'm using a Mac and there don't appear to be any wireless keypads that are Mac compatible. So here's my question: Does anyone know of a wireless numeric keypad that is Mac-compatible and if not, is it likely that a non-mac wireless USB keypad will transmit USB data of some sort that can be gathered in MacMax (perhaps by using something other than the "key" object?) I'm hesitant to buy a keypad (much less take it apart) until I know whether there's hope it'll work.
      -- Jon Hallstrom Dept. of Music, Colby College 5674 Mayflower Hill Waterville, ME 04901 207-859-5674
    • Jul 01 2008 | 8:09 pm
      Not a numeric keypad, but I just bought a nice mini RF keyboard, complete with trackpad, to use with my Mac Mini iTunes server (and to play the best game evah, PocketTanks, in the comfort of my own living room :-D). Pretty reasonably priced too, see: http://tinyurl.com/6jjlwy Cheers Roger
      On 01/07/2008 15:50, "Jon Hallstrom" wrote:
      > I recently wired up the homemade midi footswitch (described at > https://cycling74.com/story/2007/10/16/1252/3782) that uses a > repurposed usb numeric keypad. It works like a charm but now I'm > thinking wouldn't it be great to do the same thing with a wireless > keypad. The problem is that I'm using a Mac and there don't appear to > be any wireless keypads that are Mac compatible. So here's my > question: Does anyone know of a wireless numeric keypad that is > Mac-compatible and if not, is it likely that a non-mac wireless USB > keypad will transmit USB data of some sort that can be gathered in > MacMax (perhaps by using something other than the "key" object?) I'm > hesitant to buy a keypad (much less take it apart) until I know whether > there's hope it'll work. > >