midi interface 8x8 for XP that allows multiple apps??


    Sep 13 2006 | 5:27 pm
    Calling out to anyone that may know of an 8x8 midi interface that allows more than one app to access it at one time?

    • Sep 13 2006 | 5:48 pm
      this is a job for midiyoke
      2006/9/13, James Aldridge : > > > Calling out to anyone that may know of an 8x8 midi interface that allows > more than one app to access it at one time? >
    • Sep 13 2006 | 6:00 pm
      Erm, I suppose. I am interfacing with hardware though. Not software. And I would like to be able to send midi information to the hardware from either Max or from _any_other_application_ so that I can, well, make best use of it.
      I get the midiyoke response, maybe I'm naive. Can a hardware midi interface INTERFACE with more than one application at a time? My miditerminal only allows for 1 program to be open. If you open max after a program is already open it'll say that the device is in use. I'll probably try the maudio and motu interfaces and see if they yield better results.
      In the meantime....
    • Sep 13 2006 | 7:54 pm
      As far as I know from experience, you must expect this behavior. MidiYoke will solve the problem for you, without a doubt and with no complications. It would interest me, however, to know why you would NOT want to use it.
    • Sep 13 2006 | 9:23 pm
      sorry for being obvious, try that midi thru http://www.midisolutions.com/applicat.htm#Router
      2006/9/13, Dayton : > > > As far as I know from experience, you must expect this behavior. MidiYoke > will solve the problem for you, without a doubt and with no > complications. It would interest me, however, to know why you would NOT > want to use it. >
    • Sep 13 2006 | 9:29 pm
      2006/9/13, yair reshef : > > sorry for being obvious, try that midi thru http://www.midisolutions.com/applicat.htm#Router > > > 2006/9/13, Dayton : > > > > > > As far as I know from experience, you must expect this > > behavior. MidiYoke will solve the problem for you, without a doubt and with > > no complications. It would interest me, however, to know why you would NOT > > want to use it. > > > >
    • Sep 13 2006 | 9:47 pm
      Midiyoke is a horrible application. I despise it with all my life energy. I refuse to install it again!! All the virtual midi cable applications I've used are horrible. Anyone that says midiyoke works well is fooling himself. For one reason I can note is that unloading applications that make use of midiyoke causes issues. Try enabling a couple midi ins with midiyoke and then File>Exit MAX/MSP and you'll see what I'm talking about. HORRIBLE!
      Oh the pain, oh the suffering. I can no longer suffer in silence. I must primate message all of you in regards to my eternal woes.
    • Sep 13 2006 | 10:05 pm
      a copy of midiyoke will cure most bad dll's in windowz . this is proven. your resistance is noted, but futile
      2006/9/13, James Aldridge : > > > Midiyoke is a horrible application. I despise it with all my life energy. > I refuse to install it again!! All the virtual midi cable applications I've > used are horrible. Anyone that says midiyoke works well is fooling > himself. For one reason I can note is that unloading applications that make > use of midiyoke causes issues. Try enabling a couple midi ins with midiyoke > and then File>Exit MAX/MSP and you'll see what I'm talking about. HORRIBLE! > > Oh the pain, oh the suffering. I can no longer suffer in silence. I must > primate message all of you in regards to my eternal woes. >