i experienced a similar issue
did you try instead of note, just "n" ?
m1 $ n "0"
in my case i can send midi just in that way
El El sáb, 6 oct 2018 a las 2:19, <jpsandys(a)gmail.com> escribió:
The tidal-midi doesn't seem to be sending Midi messages when I
invoke m1 $
note "0" (or any other expression)
I'm on Fedora Linux with the current tidal and tidal-midi. Everything
seems to work except sending the pattern.
I used kmidimon to try to resolve this. I see the see the Client attach
to the Midi port and see the CC messages when the midiSetter is used.
I have sent Midi to and from SuperCollider successfully to the volcaFM. I
am an experienced MIDI user and my gear works with other applications.
I have tried this in Emacs and Atom, with and without the a2j bridge, with
Midi Through Port-0 and Komplete Audio 6 MIDI 1, with volcafmController and
There are no error messages in tidal, messages show the ports connecting
with some latency info, and normal messages when I evaluate m1 ...
I tried this on two Linux and one Windows 7 computer with the same results.
In the tidal-midi read-me there is information on recompiling with some
flags for Apple, does there need to be a recompile for Linux or Windows?
I see in the change log that there was a change to note and midinote in
0.9.7, Did this break the midiStream?
Did someone make a midi synthdef so that SuperCollider would be the source
of the MIDI messages triggered by tidal? I bet that would work for me.
I noticed in the tidal.el file for Emacs that there is some tidal-run-d1
definitions but no tidal-run-m1. Could this be the issue, and does Atom
have similar definitions?
Any help would be appreciated, I want to demo tidal at a modular meetup at
the end of October and I need the MIDI output for the modular CV devices.
If I don't have some modular gear, guests will just walk past a laptop.
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