[CM] cm rts?
mjkoskin at kolumbus.fi
Fri Nov 18 06:42:11 PST 2011
On Nov 18, 2011, at 2:46 PM, Heinrich Taube wrote:
> On Nov 17, 2011, at 7:22 PM, Matti Koskinen wrote:
>> hi all,
>> it's been very quiet here, so I hope Rick could answer my question.
> yes its very quiet, but the elves are still typing. we are within a few days of audio plugins working and a metronome based scheduler ready for testing.
>> But recording in cm needs rts, and the rts folder in sf is empty. Is there a place to download rts?
if found rts from cvs, there it still lies
> odd, i will poke around and see if i can find it. or perhaps its just hidden at sf ill take a look this weekend.
>> works. The format of the definition of notes is somewhat unclear yet, but hope to change it to cm's definitions, so I can record first with midi a phrase and the run ga on it and play back. But rts is needed, also in the cm2 documentation there's port midi-receive! but that doesn't exist.
> i think midi-receive was defined by the rts package which you cant find. if your code is not object based or huge you might consider moving it to s7 scheme. s7 rocks. its very fast and has many of the nicer cltl features. you could then use the osc and midi io in grace which work.
My midi-setup works really great with Grace. Once you gave me a scheme-code using osc, and I used it till lion upgrade. Simplesynth can't now read sound fonts. I tried building fluidsynth both with macports and fink but they need jack and osx-jack don't work, well, jack from macports doesn't work either. So I gave up.
the ga-code is full of defmethods, declasses etc, so porting to scheme wold take a giant's work. An ccl has a nice ide it's just like working with grace with evaluating by command-E etc. Bad there's no cl2scm-translator, scm2cl there is. Running cl as a subprocess to do its things and then reading the list to grace and scheme would be interesting to try.
rts built without errors and but it looks like cm's recv is just set to output error: recv not loaded, although *features* shows :portmidi-recv is there
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