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Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby sema » Fri May 25, 2012 11:50 pm

Don't be shy to share your link here ;)
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby aldokocha » Sat May 26, 2012 8:07 am

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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby sema » Mon Jul 09, 2012 9:10 pm

I have just found this cool html5 synthesizer: http://midiwasynth.appspot.com (Chrome only)
Unfortunately, I don't know who the authors are... Guys, please drop me a line if you are reading this! 8-)
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby cwilso » Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:16 pm

http://midiwasynth.appspot.com is me - Chris Wilson, developer advocate on the Google Chrome team. :) I've also used Jazz on my Web Audio Vocoder project (http://webaudiovocoder.appspot.com/) - to change playback pitch control and other tweaks. Working on a couple of other demos too. :)
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby James_Ingram » Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:37 am

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 at
https://github.com/notator/assistant-performer.
It can be tried out at
http://james-ingram-act-two.de/open-source/publicAssistantPerformer/assistantPerformer.html,
and there's an "about" file at
http://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
(http://www.akaipro.com/ewiseries), 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
b) stop
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!

James
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby Oldrich » Mon Feb 18, 2013 6:28 am

I have put together something like Synthesia or PianoCrumbs.


Just keep in mind that it is in very alpha stage! Any help from your side is welcome ;)

PS: It is tested to work only at the latest Google Chrome
PPS: If you manage to play the game, then hit enter ;)
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby pnyboer » Tue Feb 19, 2013 1:04 pm

This is an example of UI elements created in RafaelJS (http://raphaeljs.com/). It also makes slight use of Jquery, just because it unifies mouse behavior nicely.
http://lividserver.com/miditest/
These knobs and buttons send MIDI out when changed with the mouse, and respond to MIDI input.
This is sort of a work-in-progress proving ground, so there's a couple things that aren't perfect. However, if you are interested in building UIs for MIDI-controllable synths, this could prove pretty useful!
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby asetniop » Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:18 am

I've used the Jazz-Plugin to make it possible to type using just a piano keyboard:

A tutorial for how to use the ASETNIOP method with a piano keyboard can be found here: http://asetniop.com/pianoTutorial.html

A basic text editor that receives piano input (and allows access to different languages, plus access to alternative layouts for users who prefer Dvorak and Colemak keyboards) can be found here: http://asetniop.com/piano.html

A short video of the method in action can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-hZv-owHMY
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby lumbago » Mon Mar 25, 2013 3:46 am

I am currently trying to write a web-browser patch editor for the Mopho synthesizer from Dave Smith Instruments. I spent a couple of hours on it today.

http://www.mopho.org

Still very much under development. Once I thump my way into the SYSEX a little further I'll add a nice GUI, and uploadable and downloadable patch libraries, and onscreen potentiometers for editing.

If this works out, I'll start to write further sites for other legacy midi synths. As Windows upgrades through 32-64-128 bits, many editor programs no longer work, or if run in older Windows emulation boxes, then fail to address the USB/midi ports. So this will hopefully resolve that obsolescence problem and provide a one-stop website for each vintage synth.

Steve (Australia)
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby karin » Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:36 am

Hi all,

scorio.com online editor now supports MIDI input with the fabulous Jazz Plugin: http://www.scorio.com/web/scorio/new-score

Here is a quick introduction:

  • Direct note entry: With a USB keyboard plugged in, notes with the value set in the toolbar can be entered.
  • Note durations can be changed with the number keys (e.g. "4" for quarter). One hand plays, the other hand changes note durations.
  • The MIDI device can be chosen in the settings dialog (Menu => Tools => MIDI Settings), if you want to switch between keyboards.
  • Quantized recording input is available for pro users (Menu => Tools => Record MIDI).

Full length help page: http://www.scorio.com/web/scorio/help/midi-input

Enjoy!
write music together - www.scorio.com
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby pgmvyc » Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:55 am

I successfully started using the Jazz plugin in my project http://www.chordsvault.com
Thanks a lot for the very useful and simple-to-use product.
Sincerely,
--- Valentin Chernyak
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby ZipXap » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:22 am

Hi Sema,

Thank you for your great Jazz-Plugin. I've integrated it into the educational games on http://www.readmusicfree.com

So far everything looks very good. My next job is creating some games that take advantage of the extra capabilities that Jazz-Plugin provides!

Best,

Kurt
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby davehodder » Thu Sep 12, 2013 5:48 am

Hello Jazz Soft!

We used Jazz Plugin to develop the editor software for Novation Launch Control:
http://global.novationmusic.com/midi-co ... ch-control

We wrapped the whole thing in the Chromium Embedded Framework, which for the most part was a lot of fun. We did find a couple of issues, but the main one is that the signup system on the forum seems to be broken, so nobody (apart from me) can log in to report them.

Anyway, thanks for Jazz Plugin, keep up the good work!
Dave
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby playdrumsonline » Fri Sep 13, 2013 1:12 pm

Hello All,

I created a new online rhythm game where you can drum along with youtube songs.
Check it out on: http://www.playdrumsonline.com
Thanks to the awesome Jazz-Plugin you can connect your digital drum kit or any other midi device.

Greetings,
Lennard
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby letoribo » Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:02 am

http://paradiddles-system.appspot.com/
works well in these browsersImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby sema » Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:46 am

egard wrote:works well in these browsersImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

I did not even know that many browsers existed :)
Well, thanks a lot for testing all those for me!
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby callemusic » Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:09 am

http://labs.plan8.se/cloudspiano

A grand piano. 3 velocity layers, 5 octaves, pedal.
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby letoribo » Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:54 am

I modified the application http://paradiddles-system.appspot.com/
running on a 10-th channel (percussion), and here's what happened:

http://paradiddles-system3.appspot.com/
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby letoribo » Tue Oct 15, 2013 12:54 am

Sound illustration of the Gioseffe Zarlino's pattern with circles ("Six - Senario": Symphony of consonants 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6).
In senario all consonant musical intervals can be represented by ratios of senario: http://numero-senario.appspot.com/
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Re: Third-party projects using Jazz-Plugin

Postby letoribo » Mon Oct 21, 2013 9:46 am

31-tone equal-temperament scale:
http://numero-senario.appspot.com/31.html

Note On and Pitch Wheel values can be checked in the console.
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