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 Post subject: MIDI Ox COM Library
PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 1:23 pm 
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Hi All

I have starting coding my own Control Surface until I am able to find a proper one. I'm using C# and the MIDI Ox library. Anyone who wants to contribute, please shout. I'm flying blind at this point.

I'll start out with a couple toggle switches to bypass and engage my Behringer units and take it from there.

Any experienced coders out there running similar projects?


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Okay I have started the coding and the main function to be used in this case is the OutputMidiMsg function. It has 4 parameters and I am wondering if anyone here can help define them?

Port Status Data1 Data2.

If you can even point me to an article I'd be glad.

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Okay, Port does not matter right now, Data1 and Data2 are important, but specifically, how is the Status Byte constructed? Lower 4 bits Channel and Higher 4 bits Status? Or what?


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