iOS midi support


#1

Hi !

Have you seen this ?

http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/apple-ios-42-to-get-midi-support-278367

I was wondering if juce suppports this (or will support it).

The goal is just to have an application running on iPhone/iPad which sends midi messages to an application on a desktop computer, thourgh Wifi or USB (camera connection kit)


#2

I haven’t really looked at the latest stuff that they’ve added to iOS recently, but yes, if it has midi, that’s certainly something I’ll support.


#3

I got some sample code form here:

And re-implemented it as a singleton (which seemed more appropriate) in my audio library here:
http://code.google.com/p/ugen/source/browse/trunk/UGen/iphone/ugen_iOSMidiInput.h
http://code.google.com/p/ugen/source/browse/trunk/UGen/iphone/ugen_iOSMidiInput.mm

You can connect to the simulator or device via the Audio MIDI app using networked MIDI. Very useful…


#4

Nice JUCE tutorial on your wiki Martin!


#5

It’s just the haydxn one from juced:
http://code.google.com/p/juced/wiki/JuceTutorial

But modified to reflect some changes to the way SliderListeners work since haydxn wrote it.


#6

Well my compliments to Haydxn!