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                                                           10/25/97 11:00 PM
Subject: MAX Digest - 24 Oct 1997 to 25 Oct
1997To: Recipients of MAX digests 

There are 7 messages totalling 158 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Max music analysis
  2. MAX Digest - 23 Oct 1997 to 24 Oct 1997 (2)
  3. MIDI Monitoring utility (2)
  4. sndmanager voices
  5. max divides audio tracks?

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Date:    Sat, 25 Oct 1997 11:11:35 +0100
From:    KJC 
Subject: Re: Max music analysis

>
>Date:    Fri, 24 Oct 1997 22:06:32 +0100
>From:    Andreas Weixler 
>Subject: Max music analysis
>
>>       I'm trying to write a Max program that does simple
>>  harmonic analysis.  Has anyone seen anything like
>>  this? -Erick Emde
>
>If You do so let me know,'cause I am intrested in an harmonic
>eartrainer that do functions and harmonic modulation.
>So an harmonic music analysis would be the basis.

Also,I'm looking for an analysis program that will play
selected partial analysis over midi - 1\4 or 1\8 tone approximations.
with amplitude envelope over time etc.
It should be fairly easy?
If anyone knows of a program(no PW Chant,unless you can supply a patch ;) )
that will do this please let me know.If the person who wrote 'fo_MIDI'
is reading this and has updated the program,again I'd be very interested.
Regards,
Keith Cross

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Date:    Sat, 25 Oct 1997 13:55:46 -0800
From:    Ek DelVal 
Subject: Re: MAX Digest - 23 Oct 1997 to 24 Oct 1997

Hello
        Sombody told me that there is a Max patch or a way i can divide the
instruments on a Cd.
        It sounds strange but he told me that he saw it in  a Max show here
in MExico. It is something like this:
        Using the internal CD player of my computer thru a max patch i can
divide the instruments into several diferent audio tracks.
        If this is posssible i will be the happiest man on earth, but if it
is not true i will earn some money becouse of the bet.
Thanks a lot
Rodrigo Sigal
Manta Audio
Mexico DF

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Date:    Sat, 25 Oct 1997 16:15:26 -0400
From:    Dafna Naphtali 
Subject: MIDI Monitoring utility

>
> Date:    Fri, 24 Oct 1997 07:42:42 -0400
> From:    Roland Hemming <100414.2220@COMPUSERVE.COM>
> Subject: MIDI monitoring utility
>
> >Does anyone know of a good utility for monitoring Midi data as it comes
from
> the serial
> >ports _before_ it gets to MAX?
>

   Kurzweil made a utility called MIDIScope that works very well.

        Dafna Naphtali
        Chief Systems Engineer
        NYU Music Technology Program
        (212)998-5437

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Date:    Wed, 25 Oct 1995 17:57:39 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: sndmanager voices

2increase the number of sndmanager voices there was a resedit
fikx. would anyone kare 2repost it. thankx.

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Date:    Sat, 25 Oct 1997 19:58:04 -0400
From:    Stephen Kay 
Subject: max divides audio tracks?

>Using the internal CD player of my computer thru a max patch i can
>divide the instruments into several diferent audio tracks.
>If this is posssible i will be the happiest man on earth, but if it
>is not true i will earn some money becouse of the bet.
>Rodrigo Sigal

I think you just made some money :-)

Stephen Kay

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Date:    Sat, 25 Oct 1997 19:58:08 -0400
From:    Stephen Kay 
Subject: MIDI Monitoring utility

>Kurzweil made a utility called MIDIScope that works very well.

>Dafna Naphtali

Not on a PPC with OMS.  In fact, every single "old" MIDI utility does not=

seem to work with OMS.  Someone sent me a few others, and none of them
work.

BTW, thanks Roland, I downloaded the SAMSC software, but I'm afraid that
for my purposes, the capture window does not provide any means of filteri=
ng
out events or looking at only certain things, so if you're talking about
the output from a sequencer with midi clock and all the rest of the crap
it's not very useful. Interesting piece of software, though.

Stephen Kay

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Date:    Sat, 25 Oct 1997 20:21:21 -0400
From:    Dan Jamele 
Subject: Re: MAX Digest - 23 Oct 1997 to 24 Oct 1997

In a message dated 10/24/97 9:09:40 PM, you wrote:

<>

In regards to Midi to RS232, we already have one.  You can control DAT, MD,
CD, LDP, whatever with standard SysEx messages.

The RS232 card is a small (about 3.5"X5") board.  It has Midi In, Midi Thru,
and 2 discreet RS232 ports.  It is compatible with any Midi device or
software that can transmit System Exclusive messages or Note On messages.
 MAX is excellent.  Multiple cards can be daisy chained together with
different ID numbers.  It can send messages at 2400, 4800, and 9600 baud
rate.  Each RS232 port can be set to a different baud rate.  It comes with a
MAX patcher for setting it up.

We can also custom burn the EPROM to transmit entire RS232 strings of up to
32 bytes from simple Note On commands.  We can burn up to 30 messages for
you
at no extra cost, just give us the messages.

Price is $249.00 with Power Supply.
Add $40.00 for plastic enclosure.

We are:
MediaMation Inc.
2461 W. 205th St.  #B-100
Torrance, CA. 90501
310-320-0696 Phone
310-320-0699 Fax

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