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> Matthew Xavier Mora <email@hidden> writes: > > Form <http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~lazzaro/rtpmidi/> > > Apple uses RTP MIDI as the transport layer for the MIDI Network Driver > that ships in Mac OS X. See this Sound on Sound magazine article for a > comprehensive guide to using Apple's MIDI Network Driver. A shorter > introduction to the topic is presented in this article. To clarify, the IETF RFCs (RFC 4695 and RFC 4696) that describe RTP MIDI describe the transport layer (i.e. the format of the packets that are coding the MIDI stream as seen on a 5-pin DIN jack) that Apple's Network MIDI Protocol is known to use. These IETF RFCs are public documents (you can download them from links off of the link Matt provided above to my website). However, the "session management" layer described in the IETF RFCs (separate sections for using the IETF session management protocols SIP and RTSP to set up RTP MIDI sessions) is not used by Apple's Network MIDI Protocol. The session management protocol Apple uses in lieu of SIP and RTSP is what is described in Doug's document. One needs knowledge of this session management layer in order to interoperate with Apple's Network MIDI Protocol. Hope this helps, -- John Lazzaro http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~lazzaro john [dot] lazzaro [at] gmail [dot] com _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Coreaudio-api mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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