MIDI / Shakobox resources updated

Luis luis at anachreon.co.uk
Tue Sep 19 19:31:58 EDT 2006


Hiya,

Uhh, tricky that.. 'Want' and 'Get' can get very sticky. I mean I'd  
love an OpenGL Rev command...
Think we'd get it?

I'm just cheesed that the bumf wasn't more, erm... accurate?

Is Shakobox still maintained? It's copyright is 2002...
Will it be Universal? These things are important.

Cheers,

Luis.


On 19 Sep 2006, at 23:53, Erik Hansen wrote:

>
> Luis,
>
> maybe you can put this all together.
> MIDI is peripheral to most Rev users needs,
> but should be available.
>
> the Shakobox command line is very easy to use.
> maybe that could be built upon?
>
> a good peripheral would surely find its way to
> official Rev status like so many other tools.
>
> Erik Hansen
>
> http://flexiblelearning.com/xtalk.htm
>
> => Utilities => "mci MIDI in 3 steps"
> Desription:
> How to store a MIDI file in your own stack and
> play on demand. Uses mciSendString( ), so this is
> Windows platform only.
> Includes sample files to play with.
> Type MetaCard
> Size 60k
> Download for PC only
>
> http://homepage.mac.com/udi/stack/stack.html
> MIDI-Player2.1 - HyperCard 2.2
>
> http://www.hyperactivesw.com/shakobox.html
> not MIDI, uses hyperTalk/MIDI-like commands
> (play C4q tempo 200)
> requires QT
>
>
>
> erik at erikhansen.org    http://www.erikhansen.org
>
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