Gast
Am 14.10.2004 um 00:00 Uhr
That works, thank you !

It's shame I have to edit the name on the Miditemp instad of just writing the name into the Assign file, but I can live with it for now.

This is the things that happen when you change sequencer software I guess. It worked nicely in Cubase VST 5.

von
Jim Radmer am 14.10.2004
Gast
Am 13.10.2004 um 00:00 Uhr
Hello Jim,

you have activate the automatic directory usage - that means: when saving "seems.mid" a new directory is building automatically with the first letter of the midifile-name - in this case "_S_". You can leave this directory pressing EXIT. Now the root-directory is shown.

You saved the midifile in B:\_S_\seems.mid, but when preloading the file, the entry in assign loaded B:\seems.mid. If you change the directory by saving a midifile you must save also the complete assign.

Let's try again - don't worry.

First, deactivate the automatic directory usage:
double-click MATR, press MSC and AD-

Load the file into ram.
Press SEQ and Enter, press NAM
Now you can renaming all the track - in your case only track 00 (tempotrack).

!!Dont forget saving the midifile into the same directory before loading the file and using the same name!! If you change the name of file or the directory, you must save the assign too:

NOTE: !!if you have edit and save the name of the first track you must preload the file (first remove the song from RAM -> ENTER -> RMV (0 for all files) -> and load again with double-click on DRIVE). Now the long name is present!!

Best regards

Klaus
Administrator

von
Klaus am 13.10.2004
Gast
Am 12.10.2004 um 00:00 Uhr
I have already updated to the newest version 4.40D of the ROM.

I have tried to remove the name of track 00, then save the file. I delete all text in track 00 (seenrain) and then I try to save the file: drive -> SAV
I am little confused because it writes B:\\_S_\\*.MID in the top of the display. I don't use any subdirectories for the Midi's.
I push Enter and it says Working and it must have saved the file.

When I clear the memory and reload the song it displays "no name" even though I have written the name in the ASSIGN file (N:Have you ever seen).

When I turn off the power and turn the MidiTemp on again track 00 has the 8 char filename again !

Very strange. I think I will have to live with the short 8 char names.

von
Jim Radmer am 12.10.2004
Gast
Am 11.10.2004 um 00:00 Uhr
Hello Jim,

thank you for using our forum.

The assign-format is correctly. Before loading the files they are shown with the long name. After loading the files are shown with the name of first track (most tempo track) - if the first track has no name - then the long name will be used. You can change trackname as follow:

Miditemp:
press SEQ and Enter, press NAM
Now you can renaming all the tracks.
First track is shown in the display after loading.
!!Dont forget saving the midifile!!

In CubaseSX it isn't possible to rename the tempotrack. The name of the first track is like the name you saved the file. If you save the file as "Have you ever seen.mid" Miditemp converts this file in "Have yo˜.mid".

Best regards

Klaus
Administrator

von
Klaus am 11.10.2004
Gast
Am 11.10.2004 um 00:00 Uhr
Thank you for the answer, I have tried renaming track 00 on the MidiTemp and then saving the file.

After rebooting the MidiTemp nothing happens, it just shows the file name as before and when I look at the SEQ/NAM of the song, track 00 still has the 8 character filename.

von
Jim Radmer am 11.10.2004
Gast
Am 10.10.2004 um 00:00 Uhr
I play solo gigs with Midi backing tracks that I record myself and play with the great MP88-W player.

I have written the ASSIGN.ASG and it starts like this:

S1A 1 = B:\\SEENRAIN.MID
N:HAVE YOU EVER SEEN
S1A 2 = B:\\BROWNEYE.MID
N:BROWNEYED GIRL
S1A 3 = B:\\RELIGION.MID
N:LOSING MY RELIGION
S1A 4 = B:\\FROM_ME.MID
N:FROM ME TO YOU

It seems that the naming of the songs does not work correctly. When I scroll with the dial the songs are shown with the long name I have written after the N:. When I hit "enter" and load a song, the song only shows the filename. I would like to show the long name description, which is faster to read while I play.

I use Cubase SX2 to make my Midi files but I do not understand how to store the song name in the Midi file correctly.

In the MultiPlayer manual section 3.1.7 you write something about storing the song name in Track 00, how do I do this?

best regards
Jim Radmer

von
Jim Radmer am 10.10.2004
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