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Re: I want to create some constant midi note, changed by mid

Postby Matth23u » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:33 pm

All right, just to make sure we're talking about the same thing, i need a midi port in and a midi port out so i can use it with Imitone/midi keyboard.
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Re: I want to create some constant midi note, changed by mid

Postby Matth23u » Tue Jun 18, 2019 5:39 am

I can't really rely on FL 10 for the audio setup i'm working on. FL 20 works all right.

All i really need is a way to create a vst effect in which i will create a few processes to create chords but with module parts, it's buggy. It makes notes that won't stop and it crash.
I've read it's possible, among you guys's replies, to create some basic midi modifier...
Tho, i'm clueless about Ruby and i really need some flexible and reliable enough midi in and out module so it can detect FL midi out...

Say... I'm using imitone Vst, and it makes midi notes with my voice. that's nice, but i want to hold the notes and build chords with them, and to make them last a procedural duration based on tempo and quarters...

With prims, it's quite doable, but it makes a c++ crash.

It's an ocean of error pop ups, one for every additional notes being played.

And exporting it to VST unfortunately removes "FL Studio" from midi in select and midi out select.

So... with Ruby...

The help files and documentation are really brief on most topics.

What are the variables for... Midi, midi pitch, midi velocity, note pitch, note length... And how do i make a well coded phrase out of it?
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