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Routing Music Notation Software Into DAW
« on: Oct 11th, 2019, 2:57pm »
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I want to see the recordings directly on Music Notation Software. So how to route Music Notation Software (MuseScore) into DAW (Reaper).
 
I created 2 virtual MIDI ports on LoopMIDI. (M1 and M2)
 
How will be the settings?
 
1) MuseScore
    1.1) MIDI Input : ?
    1.2) MIDI Output : ?
 
2) MIDI-OX Port Routing Screen : ?
 
3) Reaper - MIDI Devices  
 
3.1) MIDI Inputs  
 
    3.1.1) MIDI Keyboard : disabled, enabled or enabled + control?
    3.1.2) M1 : disabled, enabled or enabled + control?
    3.1.3) M2 : disabled, enabled or enabled + control?
 
 
3.2) MIDI Outputs
 
    3.2.1) MIDI Keyboard : disabled, enabled or enabled + control?
    3.2.2) M1 : disabled, enabled or enabled + control?
    3.2.3) M2 : disabled, enabled or enabled + control?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Re: Routing Music Notation Software Into DAW
« Reply #1 on: Oct 19th, 2019, 9:38pm »
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Hi  
I'm not exactly sure what you want to do, but if you want to record MuseScore into Reaper (or the other way around) wouldn't it be quicker to save a Midi file from MuseSCore  (use Export) and load it into a track on Reaper?
Of course, you can do it the other way as well by saving a Midi file from Reaper and then loading it into MuseScore
 
If there is a special reason to run the programs linked up it is likely that you would want to synchronize the timing in both as well as having the Midi output of one going into the other to record.
 
It is a bit complicated to do, but if this is what to do let me know.
 
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Re: Routing Music Notation Software Into DAW
« Reply #2 on: Oct 21st, 2019, 8:34am »
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I want what I record on reaper is written on MuseScore realtime.
 
When I delete the record on reaper the notes on MuseScore also deleted.
 
Is it possible?
 
I had a thread about routing MicroSynth into Reaper. I think we close the case. If there is nothing you notice abnormal then the problem is with MicroSynth. Right? Should I try other virtual cables softwares?
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Re: Routing Music Notation Software Into DAW
« Reply #3 on: Oct 24th, 2019, 12:36am »
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Hi
Firstly, Reaper will display a Midi track in a score view.
Double click on the Midi track to bring up the edit window (quantise if you want to) then click the treble clef button on the toolbar of the edit window.
 
Does this do what you want? If not you need to be more specific about what (and why) you want to do.
 
Is this what you are looking for https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=75789  ?
 
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I had a thread about routing MicroSynth into Reaper. I think we close the case. If there is nothing you notice abnormal then the problem is with MicroSynth. Right? Should I try other virtual cables softwares?

 
Sorry I thought you had solved your problem with the  tuning.
How can I help?
Perhaps go back to that thread and let me know what's not working the way you want.
 
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Royce
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Re: Routing Music Notation Software Into DAW
« Reply #4 on: Oct 27th, 2019, 11:45am »
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On reaper you can not take notes on recordings and musical note view but on muse score you can.
 
That's why I want to see musical notes of my recordings realtime on Muse Score.
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Re: Routing Music Notation Software Into DAW
« Reply #5 on: Oct 27th, 2019, 9:48pm »
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I must confess that I use Notion rather than MuseScore.
Their 'Real Time' input isn't as you would expect ("hold the note and wait for the metronome"), but if you want to play with it simply use MidiYoke or loopMidi.
 
In Reaper create a Midi Track with input from your keyboard and click on Route and make the output to MidiYoke1.
In MuseScore goto preferences and select MidiYoke1 as the input.
 
Record arm the Reaper track and it will be as if your keyboard is connected to MuseScore.
 
Personally I can't see much use in this as you are not going to get real time notation because MuseScore doesn't seem to offer this.
Even Notion only does a rough guide score of note heads and time lengths in real time. Then when you stop recording it lays the score out.
 
By rights you should also time sync both applications.
 
As I am still at a loss to know why you would want to do this, I don't think I can help you further.
 
 
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Re: Routing Music Notation Software Into DAW
« Reply #6 on: Oct 28th, 2019, 11:07am »
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Thank you very much for the answer Breathe.
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