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Midi conection pa4x and MSP
#1
Is there a solution?
I have acer w10 and pa4x and mobile sheets pro is not recognising midi device,it is not in the list.
I try other software van bascoe etc., and pa4 midi device is working.
PLEASE HELP
newest driver 1.15 r23e is instaled.
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#2
If Microsoft's MIDI library is not detecting your pa4x (which is a common problem), then you are going to have to wait for the MIDI enhancements that I'm going to be adding after the library synchronization features are finished and released. I'm going to be trying to add my own library for MIDI communication over USB on Windows as Microsoft's library has some serious drawbacks and doesn't detect some devices. I don't know for certain that this will work yet, but if it does, there will be new options in the MIDI settings for connecting directly over USB instead of using Microsoft's library (which supports USB, bluetooth, virtual midi ports, etc). In the future, I could also try to implement my own bluetooth MIDI library if the USB one works well.

One possible option you have in the meantime to get your keyboard to be recognized is to have something in between the keyboard and your device, such as a MIDI to usb adapter (if your keyboard has MIDI out ports).

Mike
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#3
As I say before microsoft IS detecting pa4 .MSP is not.
Other software detect pa 4.
On tablet i have one microusb connector it is all fragile .I bought micro to printer usb cable to avoid problems with linking cables.OTG had contact problems even I fix it with plastic glue gun.
I know you are busy man,but i think it is main feature controling songbook entry and vice versa.
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#4
You misunderstand - I'm talking about the Microsoft MIDI API for Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...amera/midi). I'm not talking about Windows, which has different drivers and APIs for communicating with MIDI devices. Other applications have access to APIs for MIDI that don't have the same limitations as the C# UWP library Microsoft has made available for store applications. I'm not the first developer to have issues with their UWP MIDI library, but Microsoft doesn't seem to be addressing any of the issues. That is why I'm going to have to read the raw USB MIDI data myself and process the MIDI messages back and forth (this is what I currently do on Android). This all would be a lot easier if I could use any of the open source or commercial libraries for communicating with MIDI devices, but none of those are supported for UWP store applications.

Mike
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#5
(06-29-2018, 03:46 PM)mopetrov Wrote: As I say before microsoft IS detecting pa4 .MSP is not.
Other software detect pa 4.
On tablet i have one microusb connector it is all fragile .I bought micro to printer usb cable to avoid problems with linking cables.OTG had contact problems even I fix it with plastic glue gun.
I know you are busy man,but i think it is main feature controling songbook entry and vice versa.

One posibile resolv: Buy a Yamaha bluetooth midi adapter (https://usa.yamaha.com/products/music_pr...index.html) . 
Download  the Korg bluetooth midi driver (https://www.korg.com/us/support/download.../530/2886/
Need to have bluetooth in desktop (comjuter ) 
The mobilsheet see the korg bluetooth driver in midi in/out device settings.
Pair the comjuter white Pa4x end work it.

Best Regards!
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#6
As a follow-up to this thread, I wanted to mention that there is a way to get any keyboard such as the KORG keyboards to connect to MobileSheets: add a hub between the keyboard and the device. One user had success using a simple USB hub like this: HAMA Hub USB 2.0

I'm purchasing a mio2 for testing: https://www.iconnectivity.com/products/midi/mio2

Essentially, if you put any MIDI class compliant device between your keyboard and the device running MobileSheets, it should get detected correctly as there is no longer a special driver required for the communication. This does mean running MIDI cables out of the keyboard in most cases, unless you have a device that can converter a USB input to class compliant MIDI on the other end such as this: https://www.midi-store.com/Kenton-MIDI-U...u44975.htm

Mike
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