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memyselfandus
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Postby memyselfandus; Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:10 am anyone up for coding Notation for Reaper?

The title is a bit misleading. but. just throwing it out there.

http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=75789

here is the link to the download that allows you to "view" notation in Reaper.
http://yellowbites.com/downloads/ReScore-1.0.0.zip

the Source Code is included in the file

Your job is to code it so we can "edit" the notation. :)

good luck!
lfm
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Postby lfm; Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:36 am

Thank you, thank you - I found a link in an old post from years back that had something going - but it was broken.

Now we can tap our fingers - while this is finished for us - OR NOT. ;)
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Postby No_Use; Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:38 am

Haven't read the other thread completely yet, does Reaper's API actually allow this kind of bi-directional editing ?

Not that I would be able to program such a thing myself and I would greatly appreciate if someone does it, just wondering if it's actually possible at all.
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Postby memyselfandus; Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:55 am

good question!
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Postby memyselfandus; Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:56 am

we could ask Justin. not sure what to ask. if there is someone who knows exactly what to ask.. ask away :)

http://www.askjf.com/

http://bigthink.com/videos/big-think-in ... in-frankel
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Postby No_Use; Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:02 am

memyselfandus wrote:good question!


Actually this would have been YOUR task to find out before advertising this job. :D

(just kidding)

edit:
More seriously, I think best thing is if a coder who is interested and motivated in doing this is asking, because he can ask more specific questions anyway.

edit2:
Didn't see your reply below, sorry.
Sure, also fine if you're going to ask if it's possible in principle.
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memyselfandus
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Postby memyselfandus; Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:03 am

I will ask :) just don't want to mess it up! lol
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Postby VitaminD; Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:33 am

memyselfandus wrote:we could ask Justin. not sure what to ask. if there is someone who knows exactly what to ask.. ask away :)

http://www.askjf.com/

http://bigthink.com/videos/big-think-in ... in-frankel


At the top of the page
Note: please do not ask questions about REAPER features, bugs or scheduling, use the forums instead.


Strange to me that he has an ask me a question page.. I guess he likes answering random questions and sharing his opinion? :hihi:
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Postby memyselfandus; Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:33 am

"edit:
More seriously, I think best thing is if a coder who is interested and motivated in doing this is asking, because he can ask more specific questions anyway."


noo I agree! anyone up to asking?
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Postby No_Use; Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:41 am

VitaminD wrote:At the top of the page
Note: please do not ask questions about REAPER features, bugs or scheduling, use the forums instead.


Strange to me that he has an ask me a question page.. I guess he likes answering random questions and sharing his opinion? :hihi:


I know this paragraph, but I'd think it's meant towards those 'begging' questions as in 'when will feature X be coming', 'when will you fix bug Y' etc. Asking a coding-related question like this about Reaper's API/Score editor would be fine I'd assume.
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memyselfandus
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Postby memyselfandus; Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:56 am

even something simple like Drum Set notation would be amazing!
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Postby nix808; Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:06 am

this is such a good idea to make a VSTi sequencer,
although I'm sure there's a few out there.
I can't load or save MIDI,
but I can create and record it.
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Postby toddhisattva; Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:10 am

An aside - my life improved considerably when I read about Reaper's "Convert active take MIDI to .mid file reference" command. I edit the MIDI in Harmony Assistant and export it back and Reaper's got the changes.

I want Justin to buy Myriad. I also wanted desktop Itanium.
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Postby memyselfandus; Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:18 am

Question: does Reaper's API allow bi-directional editing for implementing Notation?

Answer: "Not directly, I suppose we should add some APIs to do batch updates of MIDI items."

good news?
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Postby lfm; Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:29 am

memyselfandus wrote:Question: does Reaper's API allow bi-directional editing for implementing Notation?

Answer: "Not directly, I suppose we should add some APIs to do batch updates of MIDI items."

good news?


Reaper support rewire on both audio and midi - so a notation host/slave with rewire midi support would allow that.

Talked to people at Notion on this - and they didn't understand the request - they think people work in Notion and want only audio in there.

So making these people understand the need for midi over rewire, would make it really easy to use - is a good start.

http://www.notionmusic.com/
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