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.
This is an example that generates a sixteenth-note rhythm, formats the information as MIDI note messages with midiformat, and stores them in a seq object, which can be saved as a MIDI file with the write message.
This patch is based on an example in the Max 2.0 Tutorial, chapter 35. It demonstrates score following using the follow object. For it to work properly, in addition to saving the patch itself, you will need to save these two text files, using the same file names as are shown here—bourree-sc.txt and bourree-coll.txt—in the Max file search path.
Managing the flow of data in a program is a common issue. Often you'll want to receive data from different sources, or send it to different destinations.