This example demonstrates a very simple setup for playing a MIDI file.
This patch contains examples of useful messages for playing MIDI files with the seq object.
A max user asked the following:
I would like to create a virtual mixer with max and control Pro Tools 9. But pro tools does not have MIDI learn for the mixer.
This example shows how to control glissando using MIDI. A little bit of revision: MIDI notes can only be played with whole numbers 0-127. Some synths allow you to specify an alternate tuning other than 12-tone equal temperament, but that’s not what we’re after in this case. So, let’s say, if you’re converting frequency to midi note values you will need to calculate the desired pitchbend from the fractional part of the value you obtain from ftom.
Given a hypothetical grand master fader that can be controller with the continuous controller 13 (assuming for the sake of this example that your device is also set to receive on MIDI channel 1), you can send the message 176 13 127 to a midiout object to turn the fader up to full. Another way to do this would be to use a ctlout object, send the number 1 in the right inlet, the number 13 in the middle inlet, and then send 127 in the left inlet.