[chuck-users] Korg nonoKontrol as an input device

Robert Poor rdpoor at gmail.com
Sun Oct 18 10:48:35 EDT 2009

Hans, Stefan:

Doh!  You solved the mystery -- I should have noticed.

When I ran the test, I also had an M-Audio Firewire-410 interface
(DA/AD/MIDI) interface plugged in.  Since I never use it for MIDI, it didn't
occur to me that it had grabbed port 0.  If I'd run 'chuck --probe' first, I
would have noticed what was going on.

Moral: chuck --probe is your friend.

Now if I can just convince my buddy to let me borrow his nonoKontrol again.
Seems like a versatile performance controller for $60.

Thanks, all.

- Rob

On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 02:16, Hans Aberg <haberg at math.su.se> wrote:

> On 18 Oct 2009, at 10:26, Robert Poor wrote:
>  This link says it sends standard MIDI:
>> http://www.virtualdj.com/forums/102342/Hardware_Technical_Support/Korg_nanoKontrol_-_Perfect_sampler_hardware_for_CUE.html
>> That's promising!  So can you tell me why the following code didn't print
>> any MIDI messages?  It got as far as "0.000000 0x635390 0x632c50 reading
>> midi from port  0 -> FireWire 410", but then nothing more.
> My next message said that you should take down the "Kontrol Editor", and
> check what MIDI messages it sends.
> But why does it say "FireWire"? - It is an USB device, I think. What is the
> platform? Is it this problem:
>  http://xkcd.com/644/
>  Hans
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