[LAD] How can a LV2 plugin know on what host's MIDI Channel it's on?

Phil CM philcm at gnu.org
Fri Oct 17 07:25:54 UTC 2014

On 16/10/14 20:39, Paul Davis wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 2:21 PM, Phil CM <philcm at gnu.org 
> <mailto:philcm at gnu.org>> wrote:
>     On 16/10/14 19:02, Bill Gribble wrote:
>         Here's a vote for anything (lv2 extension, OSC convention, or
>         something else) that makes information about how a host is
>         using a plugin available to the plugin.
>         This kind of introspection is useless for most plugins, but
>         those that need it can't get the information any other way.
>     Indeed, "most plugins" seem to get this in information as to what
>     track they are in (Calf MonoSynth, randomly) so how do I implement
>     that in "my plugin"? :)
> what makes you think that Calf MonoSynth knows what track or channel 
> it is in?
The fact that when I put it on a MIDI track (and the hosts decide witch 
MIDI channel this track sends messages on) I can hear it without telling 
him said channel (and I only hear it on that track)..?
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