USB (Midi Comunications)
Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Fri Mar 4 15:41:22 CST 2005
I wrote that to Mark but it was in response to JB
On Mar 4, 2005, at 3:04 PM, jbv wrote:
> Does Sarah's stack really allow the use of USB devices
> in Rev apps ? For a few months I'm trying to find a way
> to control an app with a data glove... I even made plans
> to make an external in C for that...
> Where can I find that stack ?
>> I don't know MIDI but I would think that you could use the serial
>> that Sarah put together as a tester. It will open a port to any
>> existing devices that have registered over USB, including devices that
>> accept serial commands. The device usually provides the USB device
>> driver SO all rev does is load it and allow you to send commands. I
>> would check out what type of MIDI commands can be sent.
>> On Mar 4, 2005, at 12:08 PM, Mark Smith wrote:
>>> Anyone here got any ideas about whether it's possible to communicate
>>> with external midi devices from Revolution? I have in mind to try
>>> making an editor app. for some of my older and more obscure midi
>>> synths, so real-time playback and such like is not an issue, but the
>>> basic communication stuff.
>>> I had a programme years ago,made by opcode r.i.p., that allowed you
>>> send and receive strings of hexadecimal numbers to and from synths,
>>> something along those lines would be a start.
>>> Thanks for any ideas,
>>> use-revolution mailing list
>>> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
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