simplest way to record MIDI, including clock etc


    Aug 02 2006 | 1:39 pm
    Hi, I want to be able to record a MIDI stream (all channels), including the MIDI clock accurately. It doesn't necessarily need to be saved as a MIDI file, as I'll be parsing it with Max later...
    But I do want it to be correct in relation to the clock etc.
    Any example patches would be great, as this is part of my project but not the interesting part ;)
    A tutorial # would be a fine response too :)
    Thanks!
    -sean

    • Aug 06 2006 | 3:05 pm
      Sean, You might take a read through Tutorials #35 & 36 in the Max TutorialsAndTopics file? Also, look at the section "Sequencing: Recording and Playing Back MIDI Performances" in the TutorialsAndTopics file. That might have what your looking for.
      You might want to look at the help for the [seq] and [mtr] objects.
      Hope this is helpful, Mitch
    • Aug 14 2006 | 8:49 am
      Sean Stevens wrote: > A tutorial # would be a fine response too :)
      The seq~ help file and subpatcher MIDI...
      Stefan
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    • Aug 14 2006 | 10:00 am
      Hi,
      I'm getting the following error message when I try to load MAX/MSP 4.6 on my Intel Mac:
      "License Period Problem
      To run this software, your clock must be set to 08:22:44 on 11/15/39 or later.
      Select "Cancel" to correct your clock and try again.
      Select "OK" to run this software with your current clock up to 3 more times.
      ID: eExp: 1037 / : 1322"
      If anyone has had this problem or can shed any light on this that would be great.
      Thanks,
      Ben Halsall
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    • Aug 14 2006 | 4:19 pm
      Halsall, Benjamin wrote: > To run this software, your clock must be set to 08:22:44 on 11/15/39 > or later. > > Select "Cancel" to correct your clock and try again.
      You didn't tell us if you corrected your clock or not. Sometimes error messages do mean what they say...
      Just curious if you took it serious...
      Stefan
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    • Aug 14 2006 | 6:55 pm
      Hi,
      I've checked and re-set my clock. It is getting the time automatically from euro.apple.com.
      Just manually re-set it too but no joy.
      Ben
      -----Original Message----- From: maxmsp-bounces@cycling74.com on behalf of Stefan Tiedje Sent: Mon 8/14/2006 5:19 PM Subject: Re: [maxmsp] License Period Problem
      Halsall, Benjamin wrote: > To run this software, your clock must be set to 08:22:44 on 11/15/39 > or later. > > Select "Cancel" to correct your clock and try again.
      You didn't tell us if you corrected your clock or not. Sometimes error messages do mean what they say...
      Just curious if you took it serious...
      Stefan
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    • Sep 11 2006 | 1:35 pm
      I have the same problem while trying to load 4.5.7, (I mainly use 4.6). Recently, I was using Max in Demo mode and I was able to switch from one to another... No that I bought it, it seems that I can only use the most recent version... Does anyone know what should I do?