May 29 2012 | 5:55 pm
    Hi max community, I've been woring on a step sequencer in vvvv and built a max for live device which sends transport data over osc to vvvv. The device also recives note, velocity and duration over osc. I used the makenote node to convert the osc signal into midi, which then controls instruments in ableton. everything works perfect. a comparisson showed that osc is faster then sending midi directely from vvvv. The only problem is that the midi notes are cutted into little pieces (one note sent from vvvv turns out to be 3 to 4 notes with the same pich and velocity directely following each other). I gues this comes from small glitches in the osc communication. Does someone know a workaround for this problem? for example is there a node which stiches notes together which are the same and have only a very short delay between them?

    • May 29 2012 | 7:12 pm
      You can filter duplicates with the [change] object, or [zl change] for lists.
      But I would try getting to the root of the problem. It's unlikely that osc communication by itself creates duplicates.