Measuring Velocity


    Dec 03 2009 | 12:25 pm
    Does anyone know what the best way of measuring velocity from a midi instrument to see if it is consistent? And then give a result.
    Thanks Mannishd

    • Dec 03 2009 | 1:16 pm
      I can't find that object in Max, Its Max 4.6 I'm using
    • Dec 03 2009 | 10:41 pm
      If it's from maxobjects.com you'll need to download it from the website, it won't be part of the standard max distribution. You can do this inside max with some [zl] objects and basic math operations.
      lh
    • Dec 04 2009 | 3:05 pm
      Alternately, lp.stacey from Litter Power will give you mean, standard deviation, min/max, and more statistical information in one single object.
      The Litter Power Starter Pack can be found at [url][/url].
      PS: Don't know if url is still supported markup.
    • Dec 04 2009 | 3:08 pm
      Apparently [url] is no longer supported. @dtr: How did you get the embedded link in your post?
      Sigh, I'm going to have to learn a new set of markup conventions for the new forum set up. And where have signatures gone? And I suppose I'm supposed to set up a new Avatar. [grumblegrumblegrouch]
    • Dec 05 2009 | 1:23 am
      Use standard html anchor tags for links. There's a little box just below the post box with the allowed markup in.
      Click on me!
      
    • Dec 05 2009 | 1:25 am
      Well that obviously didn't work.
      lh
    • Dec 05 2009 | 1:38 pm
      the link works great but i really dont want to look at this.
    • Dec 05 2009 | 1:40 pm
      "you can also put quotes betwenn backtick ..." thats the key i also dont find on my keyboard when writing symbols in max.
      so i have a little extra where i can copy and paste the quotes from a messagebox. :)