Thanks much, Mike, but we probably need "All Sounds Off" in my situation. The object works great for stuck notes in the same staff as the object, but in a multi-staff score, they still sound in the other staves, and inserting it in a staff without a stuck note appears to have no effect.
nwcplay.midi(0, 'controller', 123, 0)
nwcplay.midi(0, 'controller', 120, 0)
In a couple of cases I would have appreciated the possibility to send automatically "XG System ON" or "GS System ON" to a keyboard instead of having to set it manually. Is it possible now (with an ad hoc plugin, of course)?
nwcplay.midi(#offsetSPP,'Command',#midiData1,[#midiData2]), Returns Boolean [,'ErrorText']This adds a midi message into the performance relative to the current time position of the object. The offsetSPP is restricted to an area near the current play back position (MAXSPPOFFSET). The channel and port are set by the current staff environment.The command must be a valid, non-sysex midi command number, or one of the following command names: noteOff, noteOn, keyAftertouch, controller, patch, channelAftertouch, or pitchBend.
Since the XG System On and GS System On commands are system exclusive (sysex) messages, I assume that this can't currently be done with a plugin (unless there is a mechanism I'm not aware of for doing this).
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