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by nicowald
02 Sep 2004, 10:10
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

PhotoKev, yes it is possible and a very good extention to the currently available MidiPipe tools. I have it on my todo list after "DLS Synth", "AppleScript In" support, "SysEx Mapper" and a preferences setting for midi note "0" being C-2 or C0. In general donations will dramatically increase the tim...
by nicowald
30 Aug 2004, 09:37
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

HelgeK, the problem is that the ranges overlap. This makes things a little complicated with the currently available tools. Here is a solution I came up with: Use a pipe per range: Pipe "C3-B4" Midi In Keyboard Split -> above B2 to Ch. 2 Keyboard Split -> above B4 to Ch. 1 Channel Filter -> enable Ch...
by nicowald
30 Aug 2004, 00:22
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

PhotoKev, I should have told you before, that the AppleScript Trigger tool adds lots of latency (compared to the other tools). If you get noticable latency from the other tools, please let me know. So if you need low latency the AppleScript Trigger is not very useful. For your key mapping task the b...
by nicowald
29 Aug 2004, 01:52
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

PhotoKev, for doing this: All midi drum notes from TD-6 = Port 3 channel 1 Channel 1 = All notes (no filters) Channel 2 = C3 (kick drum) Channel 3 = D3, E2 (snare hit, snare rim) Channel 4 = B3 (tom 1) Channel 5 = A3 (tom 2) etc... You would create a pipe with these tools: Midi In -> Port 3 Midi Out...
by nicowald
28 Aug 2004, 06:26
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

Helge, yes there is a easier way: use multiple "Midi Out" tools. Midi In Midi Out Message Filter (filter all except Program Change) Channel Router Midi Out To your second question: A simple AppleScript can do the trick. You then need these tools in your pipe: Midi In AppleScript Trigger (enable "pas...
by nicowald
18 Jul 2004, 00:16
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

dbudde: the SMF Player tool (if located in a pipe) saves the list (including the MIDI files) into the .mipi file -- if it doesn't work for you, please send me the .mipi and the MIDI files and I'll take a look.
Anybody else with the same problem?

Regards, Nico
by nicowald
17 Jul 2004, 12:30
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

MidiPipe V0.9.5 (beta) released

What's new? V0.9.5 (beta) 07/17/2004 • added "SMF Player" tool - plays up to 128 MIDI Files; handles Song Select, Start/Stop/Continue messages • added "Save" to the file menu • "MicroTuner" tool now uses channel 1 to 9 and 11 to 13 (skips channel 10 which some synths reserve for drum kit) Rega...
by nicowald
22 Jun 2004, 12:40
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

I just fixed my previous post. By pasting the script all ">=" and "<=" changed to "?". Now it should work.
Regards, Nico
by nicowald
19 Jun 2004, 10:46
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

Hi cweise, it took me a month but finally I found time to answer your questions: --Open MIDIPipe (I know I can do this part) --Automatically have it start listening for/storing incoming MIDI data in your launch-script simply open the .mipi file, it will launch MidiPipe --On mouseClick (or some signa...
by nicowald
17 Jun 2004, 08:57
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

dbudde: you already pointed out the problem and I have no workaround for this -- we have to wait until Apple brings back the external MIDI output to Quicktime One idea though: It would be possible to write an AppleScript app that checks what iTunes plays, if its a MIDI file it could stop iTunes and ...
by nicowald
15 Jun 2004, 07:47
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

Bill: - a pipe can be renamed in the text field that shows the name (click once) - yes it's a "Save As.." for now ("Save" will be added soon) - "QWERTY INPUT" is possible with the "Keyboard" tool (click the keyboard area once) - use the "Message Converter" tool to convert the output of the "Keyboard...
by nicowald
10 Jun 2004, 11:59
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

MidiPipe V0.9.4 (beta) released

What's new?
V0.9.4 (beta) 06/10/2004
• fixed incompatibility with Mac OS X 10.2 when loading a saved pipe
• added preference panel with "hide after launch" option

Regards, Nico
by nicowald
20 May 2004, 09:36
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

Rouge: I was working on your script when I noticed the crash bug in V0.9.2 -- I had to fix that first. 1) simply change the line: property transpose : 12 to property transpose : -12 for transposing 12 keys down 2) yes 3) since executing an AppleScript introduces latency, it is preferable to make one...
by nicowald
20 May 2004, 09:00
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

MidiPipe V0.9.3 (beta) released

unfortunately V0.9.2 introduced a problem when opening tool panels -- here is the fixed version
What's new?
V0.9.3 (beta) 05/20/2004
• fixed crash bug when opening a tool panel of a saved pipe
by nicowald
19 May 2004, 10:08
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242482

Rouge, here it is. Let me know if it works for you. Happy MidiPipeing! Nico --begin of script -- this script transposes every note message on channel 1 up 12 keys if its on velocity is above 105 property channel : 1 property velocity : 105 property transpose : 12 property keydown : {0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0...