[CM] Simple example
squarewave at elisanet.fi
Sat Mar 12 13:30:48 PST 2022
Now I remember, how I created the midi file. The player wrote a text file, that could be converted to a midi file with txt2midi programme. The txt2midi and midi2txt can’t be compiled with newer c-compilers, but this link https://grfia.dlsi.ua.es/gen.php?id=resources <https://grfia.dlsi.ua.es/gen.php?id=resources>
has newer version, that compiled nicely one Bg Sur. Now if I’d only had any idea of what was done, except how hard it was getting the timing right. It’s so long a ago, that the sources have long been in the heaven of bits:-)
> On 12. Mar 2022, at 5.16, Matti Koskinen <squarewave at elisanet.fi> wrote:
> Thanks, but none of the examples show what I want.
> I thought that
> (mp:receive myplayer))
> would do the trick. It doesn’t give any errors, nor does it write the midi file either.
>> On 12. Mar 2022, at 3.48, Forrest Curo <treegestalt at gmail.com <mailto:treegestalt at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> If you run Grace and check the Help menu, you will find several examples listed, explaining how to do most of what a user is likely to want to know.
>> On Fri, Mar 11, 2022 at 8:42 AM Matti Koskinen <squarewave at elisanet.fi <mailto:squarewave at elisanet.fi>> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I got Grace compiled and it works, but since I’ve used it many years ago, can’t remember anything at all.
>> If someone could post a simple example how to read midi from keyboard and save it to a midi file, I’d be more than happy.
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