HC Music that should be on Runtime Revolution
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Wed Mar 18 13:04:02 EDT 2009
I think 'limiting' it to MIDI, although handy in itself, would be no
good when you want to deal with other types of music files/mixing and
_having_ to use QT for that.
Music/sounds are more than just MIDI: mp3, aiff, wav, flac, ogg, etc.
On 18 Mar 2009, at 16:15, stephen barncard wrote:
>> From the feeling I get about MIDI data rates, I don't think it's
> requirements are any more demanding that the very successful
> libURL, which
> is Rev code, so a C++ external is probably overkill. Some work
> with serial
> ports (and USB midi) is needed. It's not trivial, but somebody just
> needs to
> get down to the specs and write this. Bonus points for this all
> done in the
> USB-Midi world, where most midi is connected these days.
> Stephen Barncard
> San Francisco
> 2009/3/18 Beat Cornaz <B.Cornaz at gmx.net>
>> on march 18th Louis wrote :
>> if there isn't going to be an 'internal' version forthcoming from
>> RunRev anytime soon, why not create a user group bounty system for an
>> - Anyone up to the task would propose their 'bounty'
>> - A community set bounty which developers would then vie for
>> These could be community, developer or RunRev managed.
>> I think it is a very good idea, Louis.
>> I would contribute as much as i can (moneywise and midi specs
>> wise) for an
>> external for realtime Midi.
>> I do not know much about externals and cannot program in C or C+
>> + , but
>> know a bit about the Midi data structure.
>> I have a handler for calculating the' variable length' for the
>> delta times
>> (duration to the next midi event) for instance.
>> Cheers, Beat
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