Hi,Edit, 25th April 2013.
I can only test this program properly using the latest version of Chrome on Windows 7, so have only now discovered that its not working on Mac OSX.
I know what the problem is, and hope to have it fixed within the next couple of weeks. Its not a problem with Jazz. Jazz is working fine on both systems.
My Assistant Performer project is now on GitHub athttps://github.com/notator/assistant-performer
It can be tried out athttp://james-ingram-act-two.de/open-source/publicAssistantPerformer/assistantPerformer.html
and there's an "about" file athttp://james-ingram-act-two.de/open-source/publicAssistantPerformer/aboutAssistantPerformer.html
For more info on this project, see the Github README file, and the comments in the code files.
To playback one of the scores normally, just select a score and a MIDI output device (optionally setting the speed option) and hit "Start".
If a MIDI input device is selected, the performance will be "assisted". The program is designed for a monophonic input device such as an EWI
), but two fingers on a keyboard will also work.
The controls along the top of the score should be fairly self explanatory. From left to right:
1. track selector (= voices, in top to bottom order. There can be up to two voices per staff.).
2. player controls:
a) go, pause, paused
c) set start position tool
d) set end position tool
e) send start position to beginning of score (default position)
f) send end position to end of score (default position)
3. when a performance ends, a "save" button appears between controls 2 and 4. Clicking the button downloads the preformance as a MIDI file.
4. set options: click this to reset the options in the upper dialog.
All the best, and thanks for a great plugin!