Processing Harmonic Table 02

Mac users pointed out some problems with 01, so I fixed the following:

  • When dragging notes, the note would only sound once until the mouse was released.
  • The software would not start up automatically on many Macs unless the java version was set to 6
  • Unreported: Notes would only sustain as long as the mouse button was held. May be seen as a feature, see below for fix.

I fixed the dragging problem, and recompiled the software in Java 5 so that it will work in either 5 or 6, so Mac users should be able to start up without issue. I added a Release Notes toggle button on the setup screen, so you can sustain notes after the mouse is released. If you want notes to sustain only as long as the mouse is held, you can turn this Release Notes on.

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There are two tabs at the top, one for the main table screen, and one for setup. The basic setup options at this time are midi ports, starting note values, and a toggle for releasing notes.

This was built using the Processing libraries, along with the ControlP5 library and Ruin & Wesen’s rwmidi library for midi functionality.

This is an executable jar, meaning if you have java installed on your machine (version 5 or above), you should be able to double-click it and you’re off and running. I have only tested this on Windows and Linux, some testing has been completed in Mac, but more needs to be done, so any Mac users out there send me your feedback.

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This is a post in the Harmonic Table series. Other posts in this series:

Processing Harmonic Table: Part 1

Processing Harmonic Table: Part 2

Processing Harmonic Table 01

Processing Harmonic Table 02

Harmonic Table 0.3

Harmonic Table 0.5: Midi Input & Lit Keys

RWMidi, GMS, and GOL Sequencer: Adventures in Social Coding

GOLSequencer, HarmonicTable, and MidiReference on GitHub