Re: pure data midi autoconnect

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On Fri, 11 May 2012 16:07:44 +0100
James Mckernon <jmckernon@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> I was wondering if anyone could help me remove an irritating
> behaviour of pure data which I've noticed lately. When running
> qjackctl, and selecting 'alsa midi' in pd to initialize its
> 
> it connects its output to all other midi inputs, and its input to all
> other midi outputs (including through-midi on both sides, meaning it
> is essentially sending midi to itself, as well as everything else.)
> This is mildly irritating during normal usage, but is now becoming
> outright unmanageable, as I am currently trying to write some scripts
> to automatically set up my audio environment for live performance
> (including midi and jack audio connections).
> 
> Can anyone suggest a way to supress this behaviour? Thanks.
> 
> n.b. Cross-posted this because I believe the subject concerns both
> lists.


Hi, I wouldn't know how to configure pd to not do this, however a dirty
hack could be to use aj-snapshot to restore connections; you'd call it
as last line of your script (maybe preeceded by a "sleep 3" to wait
for all applications to have properly started) with the option (I don't
remember which) to make it first disconnect all connections - i.e. it
first disconnects everything, then makes only the connections you say
him so (by passing him a file).

aj-snapshot is really neat and manages jack audio, midi and alsa midi
connections.

HTH,
renato
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