Old 09-17-2018, 04:49 PM   #1
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I'm trying to use OSCII-bot to send OSC commands from MIDI notes. The problem is I'm not the best coder and I'm not sure where I'm getting stuck. Here is what I've written based off the examples:

Code:
@input midi_in MIDI "E-MU XMidi1X1 Tab"
//"Name" is full device name from device manager

@output osc_out OSC "localhost:8000"
//Loop back to computer, match in port of Nomad


@midimsg
	msg1 == 90 ? (
		msg2 == 01; 
			oscsend(osc_out,"/eos/chan=1");
		msg2 == 02; 
			oscsend(osc_out,"/eos/chan=2");
		msg2 == 03; 
			oscsend(osc_out,"/eos/chan=3");
		msg2 == 04; 
			oscsend(osc_out,"/eos/chan=4");
		msg2 == 05; 
			oscsend(osc_out,"/eos/chan=5");
		msg2 == 06; 
			oscsend(osc_out,"/eos/chan=6");
		msg2 == 07; 
			oscsend(osc_out,"/eos/chan=7");	
	);
I can see the MIDI notes coming in along the bottom of the OSII window but OSC doesn't come out. I'm still in the testing phase so the actual OSC mesage will change once I can get this working.

EDIT:
Skipped the explanation of what I need. I need to send a different OSC message based on the note received.

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Old 09-17-2018, 09:44 PM   #2
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the instruction
x == 7;
is a NOP.

Guessing what you are trying to accomplish:

EEL code for "case":

Code:
  a == 1 ? (
     b = 10;   
   ) : a == 2 ? (
     b = 20;   
   ) : a == 3 ? (
     b = 30;   
   ) : a == 4 ? (
     b = 40;   
   ) : a == 5 ? (
     b = 50;   
  );
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Old 09-18-2018, 12:03 AM   #3
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I'm assuming from the programming document that the parts of a MIDI message of the structure. In OSCII msg1 is the channel, msg 2 is the note, and msg 3 is velocity. The controller I'm using sends all the information on the same channel so msg1 should remain the same but msg2 would be different depending on the button (MIDI note). I want different OSC messages depending on the note.
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Old 09-18-2018, 06:46 AM   #4
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I'm assuming from the programming document that the parts of a MIDI message of the structure. In OSCII msg1 is the channel, msg 2 is the note, and msg 3 is velocity.
Correct, it the Midi message is a Note-on or Note-Off event. In your code you seem to try to test for msg1 being 90 hexadecimal, which means note on, channel 1.
In EEL (and C and many other languages), hexadecimal is denoted by 0x90. While "90" just means 90, "0x90" means a decimal value of 144.


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The controller I'm using sends all the information on the same channel so msg1 should remain the same but msg2 would be different depending on the button (MIDI note). I want different OSC messages depending on the note.
Seems like correct, but not related to the bugs in the code you posted. You first need to learn the EEL syntax.

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