MIDI - more Rev resources
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Tue Sep 19 18:26:05 CDT 2006
Well, I got this reply from Sales:
'Thank you for your request. It is possible to write MIDI files to
disk if you
know the format. Revolution's text capabilities are very strong and
trivial to write text files (it can be done in a single line of
hard part is knowing what to write. If you understand the MIDI file
can compile the correct list of MIDI instructions, then you could
to a file and use Revolution's QuickTime abilities to play it back.
One of our
customers has done this, though I am not sure of the link to his stack.
On the mailing list, I pointed you to our unsupported stacks which
MIDI example. That's about all there is though. MIDI support is
playback with QT, but if you are looking for a MIDI editor then you'd
need to write it yourself (which is quite do-able if you know the
or use a free-standing application for the purpose.'
Still doesn't sound like what it says on the tin, to me anyhow.
Darned shame, it should state this more clearly in the advertising.
I just want to send MIDI to a Player (where I thought this would be
internal to Revolution)
and control certain aspects of it, more specifically, panning.
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