hi, i am working with max and ppooll. iannix should work great with it, i ve seen examples. most of the iannix interface speaks for itself. however, when i double click the selected object to edit its message nothing happens (i use a simple curve with one trigger as exemple), should something open up? what am i missing or not seeing?
max is seeing iannix but is not receiving anything. any advice? all of the other mouse actions work.
Hi! you can only put messages on triggers and on cursors, not directly on curves 🙂
If it doesn’t open, you can go to Info > Messages > Edit Messages
Thanks for your feedback!
oke, thanks. they dont open on mouseclick, but through the inspector i can get in. i am trying now to figure out how to send the right midi signals. is there possibility to follow a course to get to know the basics of iannix?
I answer here (for this post and your previsous email).
MIDI signals can be sent only by triggers (Note on/off) and cursors (but MIDI bad resolution (0-127) is unusable…). What kind of problem do you have?
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Thanks for using IanniX!
hi, thanks for the repley. i noticed indeed that trigger and bend/cursor where the only midi signals with useful msgs.
i am working with ppooll environments and want to replace the modulators who control other acts with exterior midisignals so as to keep my cpu level in hand. i guess have to figure out how too get that modulation info into iannix (i am going to try with the learn function perhaps?) it is a matter of trial and error. some acts in ppooll like LFO reacts fine on note on of, some acts stay switched of.
well, i have to learn midi. i wonder if working with osc will make live a little easier?