Will figure it out tomorrow and share my results
Also, in attempting to get ossia working with zynaddsubfx via osc I tried to compile another software and had yet more problems https://github.com/fundamental/oscprompt/issues/7
I could probably figure out what it needs to compile but what I'd prefer is that it was in the README from the start.
Some success with ossia :-) http://forum.ossia.io/t/cant-get-midi-working/172/2?u=hellocatfood
I wonder if that'll help with my issues with Iannix https://github.com/buzzinglight/IanniX/issues/41
nope, doesn't help.
@hellocatfood I vaguely know Ossia from its previous life as Virage, and back then it was mostly focused on using OSC. Also, back then, the idea was that you would first have to expose values that could be read/written from your software (we were using Max+Jamoma at the time) through a protocol called Minuit (I think it's related to https://ossia.io/libossia/). I don't know how it has evolved since, though. Surely you can always build a bridge using PD.
@yhancik maybe you should try the software in its current state. It has objects and options that suggest midi support so bringing in other software in may way (assuming that I know how to write a bridge in Pd) but it doesn't solve the problem found in Ossia
You're using a LOT of osc programs!!
I had no idea IanniX even supported MIDI. If I start jack with QJackCtrl, I can see it opens a MIDI port, but I don't actually know how to dump all messages coming from that port.
Do you specifically need MIDI instead of OSC for some reason?
@celesteh a lot of programs I use support osc but not all and instead support midi. That's the only reason why.
I'm also more familiar with midi but have been learning how to use osc in programs recently
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