[CM] Problem recording MIDI with CM3

Heinrich Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Sun Jan 10 09:54:04 PST 2010

Hi Alex, Im not sure what you mean, Grace sends midi data in "real  
time" and midi messages dont contain timestamps. Presumably when  
Cubase is in record mode its internal recoding clock is running and so  
it "stamps" any incoming midi messages it receives relative to this  
timer.i just tested sending midi to the IAC Driver bus (mac) and  
recording in logic express and things are working fine.  are you sure  
that your cubase app is listening to the same device that you are  
sending to inside grace?

On Jan 10, 2010, at 11:03 AM, Alex Dowling wrote:

> Hi Prof Taube,
> I have just started using Common Music with Grace and am sending  
> MIDI messages into Cubase to be recorded.
> I have noticed (through using 'MIDI Monitor') that each MIDI message  
> being sent does not contain any sort of time stamp.
> Because of this, Cubase does not know how to sequence the notes and  
> so doesn't record them.
> Is there a way to give each note a time stamp of some sort so that  
> MIDI can be recorded in real time?
> Or am I just doing something wrong?
> Thanks,
> Alex Dowling
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