dsmidi how to

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dsmidi how to

Postby tone_poet » Tue Jun 11, 2013 7:07 am

Just how exactly do I control my logic virtual instruments on my Mac pro using Thumjam and dsmidi thank you

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You don't want to use dsmidi,

Postby Jesse » Tue Jun 11, 2013 10:48 am

You don't want to use dsmidi, instead you just want to use the Network Session Output in the main midi configuration. You will need to run Audio MIDI Setup application on your mac, open the MIDI window, and double click the Network node to bring up the network midi configuration window. Select (or create a session), and then while running ThumbJam on your network you should see your device show up in the list. Select it and hit the Connect button. Now, in ThumbJam make sure the Network Session item in the Output section is set to ON, and it should be sending the MIDI to your computer.

In Logic, you will look for the MIDI port with name of the network session as shown in the Audio MIDI Setup window and listen there.

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thanks alot will do

Postby tone_poet » Tue Jun 11, 2013 3:43 pm

thanks alot will do

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not happening yet I opened

Postby tone_poet » Tue Jun 11, 2013 5:31 pm

not happening yet I opened up audio midi window tried a new session saw the iPad connected with it I am able to connect with Animmog and alchemy I thought I enabled everything in thumjam and were would I see anything in logic

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I dug a little deeper and got

Postby tone_poet » Wed Jun 12, 2013 8:10 pm

I dug a little deeper and got it happening , now i am trying to discover how to send velocity and or pressure info , hope that is possible

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