Web-Midi Browser & LaunchPad Pro Fun

Here you can use the Web-Midi Browser to trigger clips on the LaunchPad Pro:

Put the LPP in Programmer Mode (Setup + Orange)
Be sure SysEx is enabled in Web Midi Browser
In Web Midi Browser, navigate to: http://intro.novationmusic.com/harry-coade

That's it! The Novation Intro site I linked to above, is a great example of web-midi possibilities - wish it were available for all the packs etc!

Also neat the web-midi version has a Stop button for each the 8 tracks.

Comments

  • Interesting.

    Do we think we'll ever get something that lets us configure the Circuit via web midi from an iOS device?

  • @Matt_Fletcher_2000 said:
    Interesting.

    Do we think we'll ever get something that lets us configure the Circuit via web midi from an iOS device?

    A question for Apple - far as I know they've not approved web midi for iOS Safari. I believe the web midi browser hasn't been updated, while web midi has - I think the Circuit editor uses some newer features, or it would likely work (presuming it wasn't otherwise locked from doing so). All that being said, the browser is open-sourced on github and could likely be modded to work w/ Circuit etc.

  • What about Chrome on iOS? (Sorry, I don't see it marked in that link).

  • @Matt_Fletcher_2000 said:

    What about Chrome on iOS? (Sorry, I don't see it marked in that link).

    Not in chrome iOS last time I checked

  • @AndyPlankton said:

    @Matt_Fletcher_2000 said:

    What about Chrome on iOS? (Sorry, I don't see it marked in that link).

    Not in chrome iOS last time I checked

    Ah. Thanks.

  • edited March 2017

    @Matt_Fletcher_2000 said:

    @AndyPlankton said:

    @Matt_Fletcher_2000 said:

    What about Chrome on iOS? (Sorry, I don't see it marked in that link).

    Not in chrome iOS last time I checked

    Ah. Thanks.

    All iOS web browsers must use Safari's engine. Even Firefox and Chrome. They're welcome to extend it from there (in some ways). Though a couple of MIDI nerds got Chrome desktop over the hump, I doubt there's much incentive for them to add it to the iOS version. Would be dreamy though.

    It's funny/sad because not that long ago, Safari and even Mobile Safari were the champions of HTML5/modern web standards. Way out ahead of the pack. These days though, it's sort of becoming the new IE6. Giving developers gas everywhere I look. When the iPhone first launched, there was no app store and Jobs declared mobile web apps the way of the future. And they shipped a pretty modern web browser that was ready for that future. Then, app store dollars went over the moon and well, we're all here...

  • What mode are you putting this in? Program?

    I am looking into dividing my Launchpad Pro/Drum setting in order to have all 4 pages of iMPC pro app.

  • @RustiK said:
    What mode are you putting this in? Program?

    I am looking into dividing my Launchpad Pro/Drum setting in order to have all 4 pages of iMPC pro app.

    Yes, Programmer Mode. I don't have the IMPC app - but that sounds doable.

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