• JamesStick

    @whale-av

    Yes. When noteout is connected, the patch send note on and off at the same time (as in the video). So it works like a normal percussion pad. But when noteout is not connected, the patch works well.

    I replicate the same patch on max 7 and it works well. But if the pure data's patch is open (and noteout I connecte) while I'm using the max's patch, this one stop to work. I don't know how to explain that.

    I upload some videos :

    PuredataNoteSwitch.mov MaxNotesSwitch.mov MaxPuredataNoteswitch.mov

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  • JamesStick

    @whale-av

    my patch is similar to yours. I can post it, but the problem is the same : the patch changes behaviour when connected to [noteout].

    NB I tried to connect only the first output of [pack] to [noteout], but it doesn't solve the problem.

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  • JamesStick

    @whale-av

    PureData-issue.mov

    Thank you again!

    I know it should be impossible, but it happens. I upload a video to show you.

    I'm using a synth (Surge) but it's the same with others. I tried also with Ableton and I have the same problem.

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  • JamesStick

    @ddw_music

    Thank for your reply.

    I'm sorry but I'm not sure to understand your message.

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  • JamesStick

    @whale-av

    Hi whale-av,

    thank you too for your reply.

    Your patch present a similar situation to Ingox's one. If I send the note on trough the message box and if the notein is not connecting to the second noteout the patch works well with reaper. But if both noteout are connecting at the same time, note on and off are sent at the same time twice. At least, using no.n, and disconnecting the first noteout (which is linked to message box), the patch is not working.

    It seems like noteout is the problem

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  • JamesStick

    @ingox said:

    noteswitch.pd

    Hi Ingox,

    thank for your reply.

    I tried your patch and it works on pure data, but it still doesn't work when I connect to my daw.
    In fact the problem is the patch change the behaviour when the final object is noteout. If you check the data trough print without connecting noteout we have at the first stroke note on and at the second one note off.
    But if you connect it to noteout then note on and off are send again at the same time with every stroke.

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  • JamesStick

    Hi,

    I'm trying to use pure data as MIDI filter before to entry to my DAW (Reaper) because I would like to modify the behaviour of a percussion midi device. The device send the message note on and off at the same time but I would like to use the percussion pad like a trigger. So with first stroke note is on and stay, second stroke note is off.
    I'm able to do it entirely on pure data to control an oscillator or a sampler, but I'm not able to replicate this behaviour when I send midi message to the DAW trough noteout object. In fact I can send note on and stay to reaper but any note off.
    Can someone explain me the right way to do that?

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