«Import midinote, dur, amp and sustain from midi file using SimpleMIDIFile» by grirgz

on 29 Dec'21 19:57 in patternmidifilemidimport

There is the .p method (see http://sccode.org/1-5aT) but here is also a way to retrieve the values directly

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m = SimpleMIDIFile.read( "~/Téléchargements/Super Mario Bros 2 - Mario Dreams.mid" ); 
(
    TempoClock.default.tempo = m.tempo/60;
    Pdef(\bla, 
        Pbind(
            \instrument, \default,
            [\midinote, \dur, \sustain, \amp], Prout({ arg ev;
                var timescale = 1/16/60;
                var prevev;
                m.noteSustainEvents.collect({ arg item, idx;
                    // [track, absTime, \noteOn, channel, note, velo, dur, upVelo]
                    if(idx == 0) {
                        prevev = [item[4], item[1], item[6] * timescale, item[5]/127]
                    } {
                        prevev[1] = item[1] - prevev[1] * timescale;
                        ev = prevev.yield;
                        prevev = [item[4], item[1], item[6] * timescale, item[5]/127];
                    };
                });
                prevev[1] = prevev[2];
                ev = prevev.yield;
            }),
            \amp, 0.1,
        )
    ).play
)
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