• sunji

    are you using [makenote] like in the video? I am not familiar with reaper, but your OSC messages received don't look like full midi information. i'd expect to see this:

    /note [i] 80 76 1
    /note [i] 80 0 1
    /note [i] 62 101 1
    /note [i] 62 0 1
    /note [i] 62 98 1
    /note [i] 62 0 1

    where every note on has a note number, a velocity and a channel, and every note on has a corresponding note off (velocity 0).

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  • sunji

    I'm not a Mac user, but I have reason to believe that you'll have to use a midi routing tool (sound and midi settings?) to patch the midi stream to PD. Then pd will accept the midi data through [notein] & [ctlin] and their family.

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  • sunji

    Thank you so much Jan! I'll explore dropdown. I really like the behavior of pmenu.

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  • sunji

    I recently installed purr data on a new laptop. [tof/pmenu] doesn't pop a menu any longer, whether i raise the -legacy flag. I just get this sort of message in the cmd:

    [2] legacy tcl command at 78 of /home/user/builds/jwilkes/purr-data/externals/tof/src/pmenu_w.h: tk_popup $1feca90w [winfo pointerx .] [winfo pointery .]

    I'm not seeing any errors. Any body seen this? Is there a new object to use instead of pmenu?

    Gracias!

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  • sunji

    Have you checked the pduino library? I used it some years ago with satisfactory results, though I am certainly no expert on it.

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  • sunji

    or [unpack] with 512 outputs wired to [tabwrite foo 0 ... 512] might work.

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  • sunji

    @ewhipp perhaps specify -alsa or -jack flag when running? What about audio groups?

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  • sunji

    Is your OS configured with ALSA, Jack or PulseAudio, maybe some combination? Is the user part of the audio group?

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  • sunji

    Or buy 16 Pi zero for the same price?

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  • sunji

    here's what it sounds like,

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