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#1 2006-07-26 20:54:31

firestARTer
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Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

Well, since i got most functions running, the next step is to implement a sort of 'midi-dump' which allows you to load and save your P64 work via midi.

For that i am searching for a Java Programmer who could do a little programm that saves all incoming midi-bytes and send them if wanted.

I could write something like that for a PC, but Java would be damn cool cause then it would work platform independend.
There is some Midi-Backup-tool on sourceforge which might need some little changings to do the work.
But for your info: I am not searching for a SYSex dump tool! This won't work for different reasons.

So, feel free to contact me if you think you are skilled enough to do this.


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#2 2006-07-26 21:31:12

Jaicen
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

Would it be possible to use something like JSynth Lib to save and recall patches?? I'm sure it won't but maybe you could use that as a basis for the program?

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#3 2006-07-26 22:48:58

firestARTer
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

i can't programm in Java, so i don't know. The only thing i know is that all midi-components i know for 'delphi' and c++ are filtering out the midi data and creating events. But i need pure data without any filtering. So any patch-software won't work since theres the SYSex header/protocoll which i can't use.


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#4 2006-07-27 12:06:36

firestARTer
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

Just checked it and wrote it as a feature request.
Maybe it's possible.

But still, probably someone of you is able to make it. There are midi-libratries for Java around which are probably usable.


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#5 2006-07-27 15:31:09

herr_prof
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

there are already freee sysex tools for both platforms.. midi-ox comes to cmind for the pc, I forget the name of the mac one

Last edited by herr_prof (2006-07-27 15:31:52)

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#6 2006-07-27 15:41:02

firestARTer
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

Thanks for the info, i know all those tools, but they are useless. SYSex is not what i need and not possible!
I need something that can work low-level and uses every byte without filtering. All the programms already filter the midi-events.


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#7 2006-07-27 23:03:10

Slorrin
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Registered: 2006-07-09
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

My gut hurts worrying about whether or not you'll find a programmer...

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#8 2006-07-28 08:16:27

firestARTer
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

Well well, then i probably got to go other ways. But of course, i will ask also other sources and friends.
Plan B would be that i develope my own soft, but then it would only be for window$....i prefer to avoid that and be platformindependend!


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#9 2006-07-28 10:44:52

ron
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From: berlin
Registered: 2006-07-08
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

firestARTer wrote:

and be platformindependend

Ooh, I wish I could code in J, or at least knew someone to support that issue.. Hold onto my hat...

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#10 2006-07-29 07:48:28

DownerCZX
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Registered: 2006-07-10
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

firestARTer, I could put out a post on linuxrockstar.blogspot.com and I bet some Linux user might be very happy to help with a platform independent interface. Just let me know what you would like to say and it's done.


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#11 2006-07-29 09:46:12

firestARTer
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

Cool, gimme sone time until tomorrow. I am busy right now, Also we figure out some trade :-)


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#12 2006-12-06 21:02:29

Nanoman
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Registered: 2006-12-06
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Re: Searching for a JAVA-Programmer for the Midi-Interface!

Hi, new here. But an old hardcore C64 fan!

Are you  still looking for a JAVA programmer? If so I might be able to help you out. Send me a mail.

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