Ok, since Mathias moved on to bigger things, python automation, my sticky
fingers modified the pianoroll automation he worked on previously.
Mathias you can kill me later!
The gist is that I wanted a simpler data format.
For now there are only two tags since I'm not sure what data is interesting
PARTLEN <len in ticks>
NOTE <nr> <tick> <len in ticks> <velocity>
I changed it so only selected events are part of the filtering.
If anyone wants to create a filter/plugin here's a short howto:
In your home dir create the script dir
$ mkdir -p .muse/scripts
add the finished script(s) to this dir. They will be dynamically added to
the pianoroll 'plugin' menu (nice there Mathias!)
- Remember that the files must be executable
When MusE executes the script it will send a file containing in-events as
argument to the executable
When the file has been read, clear it and write the output to the same file.
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