Help! PlayCommand Agent X

Marty Billingsley marty at ucls.uchicago.edu
Wed Oct 10 11:02:30 CDT 2012


Thanks, René.  The sunnYmidie interface looks a LOT more complicated than the interface of shakobox (which uses PlayCommand Agent X).  I'm basically looking for something that will mimic the old Hypercard "play" command, which wanted an instrument, a tempo, and a note or list of notes.  Unless I'm misreading the tutorial, sunnYmidi is way too complicated for my students.

If somebody would rewrite shakobox to use sunnYmidi, so that we could still use the sbPlay command, my students could still use it.  Or if anyone knows where the source code for PlayCommand Agent X is, I could try to rewrite it.  I found the windows source online, but not the Mac source.

Thanks again for any suggestions!
  - marty

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Marty Billingsley
Department of Computer Science
The University of Chicago Laboratory Schools

René Micoum wrote:

> Hello Marty,
> Play command agent X don't work with Mountain Lion !!!
> I replaced it with sunnYmidi by Thierry Douez (present on this list, sometimes...)
> see > http://sunny-tdz.com
> 
> 
> Le 10 oct. 2012 ? 17:04, Marty Billingsley <marty at ucls.uchicago.edu> a ?crit :
> 
>> Hi all --
>> 
>> I've been using Shakobox and PlayCommand Agent X with my programming classes for many years. They love making an electronic keyboard.  This year we upgraded to Mac Mountain Lion and can't run Power PC apps any more.  Is there an updated version of PlayCommand Agent X that I can use? Or is the source code available, so I can try to hack together my own version?
>> 
>> I hate to give up one of the projects that my students really enjoy.
>> 
>> Thanks for any pointers you can give me.
>> - marty
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>> Marty Billingsley
>> Department of Computer Science
>> The University of Chicago Laboratory Schools
>> 
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