PS: maybe it's just me, since I'm only now seriously approaching Lua, but I'm struggling a bit with Lua5.3 in finding compatible modules.
I wrote one for 5.1 a loooong time ago, but it was closed-source and I don't have access to it anymore.
What are you looking for in a MIDI module? Do you just need to be able to manipulate MIDI data (e.g. MIDI files, or the host application does the I/O), or do you need to be able to interface with a MIDI device directly?
> On Tue, 2019-07-09 at 22:29 +0100, Mario Buoninfante wrote:
> > Is anyone aware of any MIDI modules compatible with Lua5.3?
> > The only 2 MIDI modules I've found are:
> > Cheers,
> > Mario
> One I used: https://www.pjb.com.au/comp/lua/MIDI.html. It's done in
> pure Lua, compatible with Lua 5.3 and can be installed via luarocks
> > luarocks install midi
+1. The author is a musician and the interface is very direct. You
need to have good MIDI documentation at hand; www.midi.org supplies
that. Two Lua formats are offered, one using on-offs as in MIDI, the
other using durations which some users may prefer.