Hello Spike, for MIDI in and out you have to select your device numbers (the ones you can see in system/devices page whit the usbs plugged) in the edit parameters page, have you tried yet?
The ext clock issue is strange, I’ll do a test and let you know.
I’m adding a pset in repo fo commodity,
ps. MIDI out channel was locked to channel 1, now you can select it in params edit window, just update the script
fiiiive it’s a MIDI sequencer, it sends MIDI notes via MIDI out channel. You can run multiple sequencer lines with MIDI in notes. The pixels you see at the bottom are MIDI in notes.
So you have to connect a midi instrument via usb, right?
Check in parameters/edit if the device_out number is correct (it has to be the one assigned to your usb/midi out cable in system/devices), check in parameters/edit the midi out channel.
Let me know!
May be I’ll add an engine, standalone enjoying, in next updates,
MIDI output works fine for me if i use the default output device number 2, which is where i have an NTS-1. Changing it to device 3 doesn’t send it to my Digitone. What I’m saying is that MIDI is coming out (and oh what strange melodies, I love it and had it running for half a day yesterday!)
I’ll see if I can help in triaging and debugging later today or over the weekend.
Edit: got it, it’s a little typo on lines 269-273 of fiiiiive.lua
those midi_in_device assignments should be midi_out_device. Changing them fixes the issue, now raving with Digitone on croak duty Would you like a pull request of GitHub, or is this fine?