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MidiShare has been designed in 1989 in response to problems commonly met in the development of realtime music software. It provides high level services to developers and ensures platform independance.
Freely available on the Internet to developers since several years, the MidiShare development kit supports a great variety of programming languages: C, C++, Common Lisp, Pascal, Java…
Two additional libraries are also provided to facilitate the development of musical applications: a MIDI files management library and a Player library intended to develop multi-tracks MidiShare sequencers.
Put the mshare32.dll, midishare.ini and the desired drivers into the application folder which can be any MidiShare client application too.
The file mshare32.dll is the current MidiShare kernel library. For the drivers setup, see the drivers section.
If you want to share the DLLs and the .ini files between several client applications, you can also put them into the Windows folder.
Here are some key features of « MidiShare »:
· High level musical events, fully structured and time stamped with a millisecond resolution. These events include both the MIDI and the MIDIFile typologies. In charge of the memory manager, they can be allocated at interrupt level.
· An efficient scheduler, in charge of delivering events at their falling dates to the communication manager. The scheduling algorithm ensures a very low and constant time overhead per event, even when the scheduler is heavily loaded.
· Inter-applications communication.
· A communication manager routes the events to the client applications, according to the connection set between them. This connection set can be dynamically configured by the users.
· Real-time tasks, to control the real-time behavior of an application. Function calls can be scheduled in the future and are automatically achieved by MidiShare at interrupt level.
· Real-time alarms. Incoming MidiShare events as well as global context changes (new clients starting a session, modifications of the connections between applications, etc.) can be processed in real-time by user defined alarms.
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MidiShare is a multi-platform library designed to handle MIDI messages, files, sequences, but also to handle the communication between applications.
MidiShare supports several platforms: Windows, MacOS, Linux.
The main components are:
· MidiShare kernel: an efficient scheduler of music events.
· Real-time manager: a functionnal event manager that schedules some musical events in the future.
· Real-time communication manager: it routes the MIDI messages to the clients.
· File handling manager: handles MIDIFile messages.
· Client applications communication manager: routes the MIDI messages to the proper client.
MidiShare includes several drivers:
· MCHAN driver (Windows),
· DirectSound driver (Windows),
· ALSA driver (Linux),
· OSS driver (Linux).
The MidiShare kernel is free, under the GPL license. The client drivers are free too, they can be used for commercial projects.
MidiShare online Documentation:
MidiShare online Documentation:
· MidiShare manual: the complete MidiShare manual, in french and english (24 pages).
· MshareDoxes: MidiShare online documentation, in english and french (9 documents).
· The MidiShare website: detailed documentation and download pages for the latest releases.
· The MidiShare wiki: a forum where to share MidiShare features and useful information.
· MidiShare forum: a forum where you can find answers to questions and report bugs.
MidiShare Design Team:
The MidiShare design team is composed of musicians and music professionals, professionals of arts management, managers of web sites, expert programmers, etc. It includes members with a variety of professional experience in the computer arts, computer science and music, and users from the software arts and music. It is a not for profit company. The MidiShare development team is composed of members with different professional experience in the computer arts, software arts and music, and users from the software arts and music.
MidiShare is open source under the GPL licence. Several improvements and contributions are welcome.
The main source code is available on MidiShare website:
· MidiShare C source code.
· MidiShare C++ source code.
· MidiShare CL source code.
· MidiShare Java source code.
· MidiShare Lex source code.
· MidiShare Java API source code.
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It defines the keyboard macro commands used to launch applications in MidiShare. It also stores the MIDI files to which these commands relate.
KEYMACRO commands can be used in the following types of applications:
· Generic MIDI applications
· Real time applications
IMPORTANT: KeyMacro allows only one of the following applications to be launched by pressing the keys, or control them with the mouse:
· New IMK base on the new MidiKit kernel library.
· Support for USB portable devices: MidiShare can enumerate MIDI devices on the USB port.
· Support for Real time MIDI applications.
· New event protocol, natively used by the midishare.dll.
· New MidiFile protocol.
· Driver files for a large number of music and MIDI software.
· Many new drivers.
· New event protocol: MCS now uses the same format as the USB device.
· Support for the USB device.
· Support for the MIDI devices.
· Some drivers have been modified to provide a MIDI level 2.
· New driver for multi-track sequencers.
The MidiShare Kernel is a library used by midishare.dll, midishare.ini and any other MidiShare client application.
It provides a very stable and low overhead service to the MidiShare applications.
IMPORTANT: A new event protocol, MCS, is now used to communicate with MidiShare applications. This protocol natively uses the same format as USB MIDI devices.
This should make MidiShare applications interoperable with USB portable MIDI devices.
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MidiShare is an extremely fast MIDI controller, based on a communication server/client architecture.
The MidiShare kernel is a C library, developed under the OS/2 operating system, which offers all the MidiShare services to any client application. A client application, developed in any programming language, can get his configuration file, the MidiShare kernel and the driver library from the Internet, and simply writes any type of MIDIPacket into the MidiShare kernel using the standard C MIDI API.
MidiShare kernel provides a full service framework to the client applications, to provide real-time services for each MIDI event.
Real-time controllers can be activated/deactivated in real-time, by the user. The interfaces also allow a client application to communicate with other client applications and to the MidiShare kernel, when other applications are open.
MidiShare kernel implements a set of facilities (for a MIDI server application) :
· MIDI API connection between a client and MidiShare kernel
· MIDI API connection between two clients (the communication framework)
· MIDIPacket routing mechanism
· MIDI API request completion
· MIDI API reply delivery
· Real-time alarms and timer
· Time-stamping MIDI packets and global context changes
The MidiShare kernel is open source and the code is freely available.
The driver library is a small set of C files to be linked to the MidiShare kernel in a client application. The driver library is independent from the MidiShare kernel and is intended to be used with other MIDI libraries, not only with the MidiShare kernel.
MidiShare drivers are divided into 3 categories:
· Generic MIDI drivers: MIDI drivers in charge of MIDI events, such as those used to control a general MIDI synthesizer.
· DSP MIDI drivers: MIDI drivers in charge of DSP-based synthesizers, such as those used to control a digital piano or a Vocaloid synthesizer.
· Event MIDI drivers: MIDI drivers in charge of non-MIDI events, such as those used to control a MIDI drum kit.
You can find all drivers’ configuration files in the « MidiShare demos » folder.
You can also download « MidiShare demos » with a PDF manual, divided into three parts.
· MIDI drivers:
« master.ini » MIDI driver configuration file
« dsplib1.ini » DSP MIDI driver configuration file
What’s New In MidiShare?
This library is currently compatible with the following hardware controllers:
· Roland TC-2590, D-50, D-140, D-110, JV-1080, M-16, TC-1680, G-2580
· Roland TD-2800 and TD-1700
· Korg MD-1 and MD-100
· Roland MT-32
· Roland S-50, S-70, S-50LV, S-70LV, VX-3, D-55, D-70, D-50
· Roland VP-330
· EWI EWI10
· Harman Kardon DK100
· Yamaha YM2164
· Roland CR-18
· Korg Poly 3000
· Roland JM-16
· Roland DG-50
· Roland DK-16
· Roland S-07
· Roland SC-09
· M-Audio FastTrack
· EWI EWI-2
· Roland MPR21
· Korg iM1
· Roland VX-1
· Roland VC-2
· Roland GK-70
· Roland GK-2
· Korg KC-110
· Korg SY-35
· Korg ZR-70
· Korg MR-1
· Korg MC-66
· Korg CP-4
· Korg CR-55
· Korg CR-84
· Korg WK-500
· Korg WK-100
· Korg WK-200
· Korg WK-300
· Korg VP-330
· Alesis Vortex II
· Alesis Mirage
· Alesis QS-10
· Alesis Andromeda
· Alesis PR-2
· Alesis DM-10
· Korg MP-1
· Korg MO-50
· Korg TP-2
· Korg MC-30
· Korg MR-60
· Korg GP-2
· Roland MC-201
· Korg MP-100
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