Midi – notein problem, help please.
I’m using three midi tracks, each sending one note at a time, each midi track on different channels.
inside max I need to display the three notes from the 3 tracks, as 3 numbers – using notein 1, notein 2 & notein 3 into 3 number inspectors.
When i close and restart ableton it stops working and the number inspectors shows the same numbers (from one midi track only), and in order to get it back on track, i have to make three new notein objects and it works again…until I restart.
How do i get it to work without having to make three new notein objects every time i launch my project ?
without seeing the patch it’s hard to check for the problem. To me it seems that you forget to tell the [notein] from which device to take the info. You can double-click on it to set it or let it be done by Max, see patch below. It’s a basic thing so possibly you already did this. If so than i guess people would like to see the patch to check it.
----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 573.3ocuV9zaaBCFF+L7ovxmYQfCPX6Vk1wUoIEsSSSSfwI3UvNBLKoqpe2G 9ESg1QfllQuXCu1x9442q+2C1V3D4IVEF8Iz2QVVOXaYAgzArL+agKhOQyiq ftgoxhBlPgcZaSwNof3BohwEHAikVgTRzcB4QztRYA5HmlgR4+lSY5FTw2wP 5dW0MF4bAiJqEv.QLA2IEpJ9eX5XdjUtlvh5BtHmo.w30GTVq5h10UdJHLYx u9fmW2bcHVQy3h8+rjQUs91CFdjmqKTEDpqV6uxE8iAZQDW.ZAeSIONGqa3Q aacgyURNZlTVwLDBuD1eyTtm3q86FnLZstj39t48jXwdDemd8.JWFmxRWD.3 OE.bgzOwrHvegHPRsRIE3WuM5h1FRc+AVqdAlgeRcCbY3DtLJr2jD2dO9Fbh fcrY19mToN8AR6pSfWtyWOgyIA8NOzcgxtmgIE7TNWrSdILgbYLYTd3sYVfD .nHfrP.otY6d8aYo.WwJLWHgu4anO+ksns2KTYnlivQXGcAbqxswmtc6WOST ROUdNFWeNLx0GN0PSmgDU2tQKiR4nYob6wplqVlCylVR1Sk4xx1gwcUTPTDw 2Yzu79+tEt8N7qeC7bTdP0nbcBrFFN.n9gW3pWnav6MdwadfYRG+4PqRVWR6 Du4fFT+jkxpTbQrh2bvdeeza9FzoLdZJSL7holSENHaL+SKsFMC9ZkzKltyn on2UMEt.X5iAqBfTd.75Ly2WK7zbwaNkdErq4mGs+K.b+TJn -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
Hope this will help. Good luck!!
I did the routing inside ableton and the patch look like this:
-- Pasted Max Patch, click to expand. --Copy all of the following text. Then, in Max, select New From Clipboard.----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 334.3oc2U10aCBBEF9Z7WAgqcMB9Ql6t86XoYAUVKKJXTLysl9ee7g10tzDI YMMc8FHb3kCumG7D2E.PExQVOB9D7EH.rK..rgLA.SqAnF5XYMs2JCIFZJXc nP2VsTU4VtXyqcrRkKMwwQqhBg3T6TdhYLirJBtd5L7JahjEu+P1bdjCpZlR 8YKykDDWnPgPTAUrAc3juIEJAswpA8bGmVOedsq3BcFrdDej7d9WV4IOp8wA stqyJlXBtOHvLDdoX.NO0aFjdmxfL++LH4eJBXenc+7cqXiJWXohwEv3k6Qx cHJxNQhNObhWBNloKAavjqFaHK263EaH2grAuXOkWnAeSgF6Egp4he+yFaQZ heJu5kCckyFd5kF9ScVw5UbAUwkhizjdhls7pJlc6Y60vqZk5xdxBv0m8syW GE6gixtpNB6giR9CNRuXev2.Lpf4l. -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
apparently it’s not able to seperate the channels if i restart :)
M4L midi effect devices are not able to separate the channels.
For being able to separate midi input channels the M4L device type must be an *instrument*, ie. built from a Max instrument template. In this case the device can be used like a "multitimbral" instrument (explained in the Live manual).
It allready is a Max "instrument"… still can’t manage to get it to work though…
Then it should definitely work.
Make sure that Midi From of the instrument’s track is set to ‘No Input’.
It does work when i make the notein objects. As soon as i close ableton and open the project again… the notein objects loses track of the channels and all just display channel 2, though they’re set to notein 1, notein 2 and notein 3
Can’t get john’s patch to work… I somehow need to tell the notein objects more specificaly where to get the note info from.
Well, John’s patch doesn’t work as it refers to external midi ports.
It seems the selection must be done at run time. Try this.
-- Pasted Max Patch, click to expand. --Copy all of the following text. Then, in Max, select New From Clipboard.----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 395.3ocyU1saCBBEG+Z7ofv0tEAses61dMZZVPk0xhBMBMqaM8ceBnN65W11 E6tPPNb3b9e9Ana7.nX4ZlBAeBNEB.a7..qIiAP0X.JmtNIiprtgDqxiYEHe 2TKo5jEbw7WKXIZWXHiCeLvGRviMcCBLsl2gypWSASwDZplKElkfqr+lTnU7 uXValk4LWlPtHioUs8scLZkabjMoiBNRpKikbktNXjJq7TakIie+gA0ElyM8 mKYtHi3BMxGhhoh4nl3Yjrfla8A8bAmlAeQlkhLyt0yyz3+mwUxf6FWmDbaX M5+KVwCG4v5j9GqgDKVwWKVCueXk8Qo.pSuls1VQn4TMCFdpCwXWYNzdVNZ3 d0bWnJ4f7Ibe9PNJeLvw9zivQH0LtnCvAeKvA2U3fO2gmVcWBkr9hx3he+eE aEaruK5TxUEI0otZWCRZxXJSo4hlaeSa9NM7GtrfmlxrSWijbd5RYoxqj.b1 A2FuDEgOihh5cEEbFEE1qJB2AEsKG6CEQ5fhtVFUNXq22Pwpm.M -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
My mistake, sorry for that. Great that you got other people to help you out!!
Thanks a lot broc and john !! Works like a charm now !! the gate did the trick :)
Glad to hear. So I’ve learned something too..
Just wanted to add that [gate] may not be the best solution here due to possible timing problems. So I think using [route] would be better.
-- Pasted Max Patch, click to expand. --Copy all of the following text. Then, in Max, select New From Clipboard.----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 346.3ocyT9saBBCEF+5xSQSulYn.9mr61dMVLKH8rYMvoD3XlaFe2WaAh5b5 bYpYW.mzuyG47wuBcc.SLyrBZD764OwYr0ALlWxIv5VyDkYqxKxZ71DH7lY1 BQXaKBVQd4ZyRB3RdLOouWUFkOWiu9bMjSsiPFmNHJjKm3KijsKFDwm18LuX PpQ+A3rKirsakwkkZr.HeDjaEsCsWMsSUq74wlw6R6SRqM58JnMFBQ3NW6Mb LqzaR7PsNqf+noPIbc2DD3tE92nTUMTAnh2.zonzvXOXj9xnwWPJIOjRIGmR 2dxbFe6jNwUFFccoR7+BpfFBz3OCkwdljN5BxjjCYh7nLQij6WocJ+FH48JJ z3WOIx+B6z2mbMlk048itayhu8cVAMjFyHsA2wS5ddlqUJv2tGIkZUkwl7tH vm9s6hmahRNiDEeSSjcyyd37oSTxMOQWSFYWrI3SQMqkU. -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
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