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foo_midi

Reply #25
The .syx file must continue to exist on disk after you have added it. It merely adds the file's path as a reference to the tag database for those MIDI files.

foo_midi

Reply #26
The .syx file must continue to exist on disk after you have added it. It merely adds the file's path as a reference to the tag database for those MIDI files.


Yes, both files (.mid and .syx) exist on disk in the same directory but I get the error anyway.

foo_midi

Reply #27
Ok, seems like I found the problem. When both files (.mid and .syx) are in the same directory, the plugin does not store the complete path to the .syx in the <MIDI_SYSEX_DUMPS> tag, it just stores the name of the file, and can't find the sysex file on playback. However, if I put the sysex in a different directory than where the midi file is, it does store the complete path and finds it on playback.

foo_midi

Reply #28
Thanks for your research, algernon64, but in my case to be able to play midi files with assigned sysex dumps I had to use .syx file copied to different disk. It seems that foo_midi stores relative paths to .syx files, and while playing it expects full path instead.


Thus "..\..\..\foo.syx" leads to error, and "c:\foo.syx" works fine.

So I'd like to kindly ask kode54 to implement it right.

Thanks for your time!





foo_midi

Reply #29
And huge thanks to kode54, with recent fix midi files with assigned .SYX play juuuust fine!

foo_midi

Reply #30
Wrong thread sorry, (comes as first result for foo_midi on Google)

 
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