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Re: Mobius controlling Bidule via MIDI

Il lunedì 1 giugno 2015, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> ha scritto:
Please let me see if I am understanding you correctly: You're saying
you wrote a Mobius script for creating MIDI events and send them out?

That's what I meant.
Or was that a different kind of script you were writing? (Bidule
Groups are quite script-like)

As the criminals say: Do Not Trust The Manual! :-)  L∞P Police may be
watching... Bidule is not like "a normal host", more like a routing
laboratory. The best thing with Bidule is that it is totally
configurable so I sugest that you set the Mobius plugin to not use any
MIDI ports at all and then you do all virtual cable work in Bidule.
That way you'll be getting a good view over what you are doing since
it is totally visible on the screen. Open MIDI Devices (both IN and
Out) in Bidule 

 That means ther's a window somewhere where I can set this ???
Are you sure, Per ?

and drag cables to and from them whenever you need any
specific routing.

In My case I need to control a parameter of a module that doesn't have any I/O ports.
But Bidule allows to use midi commands for parameters linking. Ìt Can be done, I'm sure AND ìt works if I send the same Midi command from the softstep to the host 

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Sun, May 31, 2015 at 11:27 PM, Fabio_A <eterogenus@gmail.com> wrote:
> Any experience in this topic ?
> I use Bidule to set the tempo for Mobius plugin to follow.
> I wrote a script that should send CC to control a parameter of a Bidule's
> module, but nothing happens and the Midi monitor doesn't show any midi
> command.
> The manual says that Mobius plugin doesn't need to configure a midi output
> port, since all  Midi work  is made through the host.
> In the midi output device window I have many ports: my main audio interface,
> Softstep ports (since it's bi-directional) and 2 Bidule virtual midi ports.
> I'm a bit confused, any help would be appreciated
> -f