[CM] Problem recording MIDI with CM3

Heinrich Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Sun Jan 10 09:58:58 PST 2010

worse case you can write a midi file an import it into cubase, surely  
it will be able to handle that! to write a midi file provide a file  
name when you sprout, eg:

(sprout (foo) "foo.mid")


sprout foo(), "foo.mid"

On Jan 10, 2010, at 11:54 AM, Heinrich Taube wrote:

> 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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