If Logic works and the app don't maybe could be a problem of output routing rather than input midi...that happens usually to me, logic is a bit friendly than other programs about spitting out audio (one way or another it finds a way to send out the sound)...if you click with the arrow pointer on See Music keyboard does the program make some sounds? If it don't check the Midi/audio settings.
Can you please post a video screen capture of what you're seeing?
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The main issue is that the notes you play on the keyboard are not showing up in the app? In other words, there is an issue with the MIDI connection?
In general, this issue has to do with the way the keyboard is connected to your device. There is not much I can to help with this from the perspective of the app.
- Sometimes there is a setting on your keyboard that needs to be switched on for it to actually send the MIDI data out on USB, even if it is technically connected.
- Are the notes being played on the keyboard being recognized by other MIDI apps, like Garageband or Logic?
@marc denouel They are being recognized by Logic, and not SeeMusic?
The two possible solutions I can suggest at this time are:
Try switching between the "Default" and "MIDIJack" frameworks. Try restarting the app and computer after switching the framework, to make sure all existing MIDI connections have been cleared.
2. If the MIDI connection still doesn't work in SeeMusic after trying that, my best suggestion would be to record your performance in Logic, then export the MIDI from Logic, and import the MIDI to SeeMusic to make your video.