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by nicowald
29 May 2003, 05:38
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242479

version 0.6.2 released
- added "AppleScript Trigger" tool (requested by Christopher)
- fixed bug in auto-update-check routine that caused unexpected quit during launch in rare situations

Regards, Nico
by nicowald
18 May 2003, 22:18
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242479

version 0.6.1 released
- added "Control Slider" tool (requested by Bill)
- fixed bug in "Keyboard" tool which caused missing Note Offs in some cases and the "Delay" tool to have no effect (reported by Larry)

Regards, Nico
by nicowald
30 Apr 2003, 20:04
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242479

oink: just released version 0.5.5 which should fix your problem (please let me know)

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/10541
by nicowald
24 Apr 2003, 09:21
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242479

In MidiPipe you select your radium in the Midi In tool (should be at the top of your pipe) and MidiPipe output 1 in the Midi Out tool (should be at the bottom of your pipe). In Reason you select MidiPipe output 1 as the input. That way you have something like this:
radium -> MidiPipe -> Reason
by nicowald
23 Apr 2003, 20:14
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242479

oink: thank you for the link -- I'll take a look
about the bug -- please save your pipe and send to mailto:nicowald@mac.com
I'll find out what is going on
by nicowald
23 Apr 2003, 19:05
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242479

oink: yes that is possible; but please explain why this would be a "Logic Control Emulation"? What kind of messages is Logic Control sending? (unfortunately I don't have one around to play with :-( )
What message range is Message Converter currently not covering?
by nicowald
23 Apr 2003, 14:07
Forum: Applications
Topic: MidiPipe FAQ
Replies: 368
Views: 242479

MidiPipe FAQ

Here is a quick intro to MidiPipe (also refer to the ReadMe.txt please). One the left side you see a list with all available tools. These you can drag & drop or double click to place them in the "Pipe" -- which is the list on the right side. Once tools are in the pipe they can be reordered by drag &...