It has been a while since I last used my Continuum with Kyma. Back then, I used KymaConnect and it all seemed to work fine. However, it would seem that my current OS is not actually supported by KymaConnect*, so I have been trying to connect my Continuum to the Pacarana via old-fashined MIDI ports and am having no luck at all.
I've got Continuum and MPE Compatible set to "Yes" in Kyma, and have selected the MIDI interface ports assigned to the Pacarana (iCOnnectivity mio10>AudioFire4, with the latter being connected as interface to the Pacarana). I tried using an old eMagic interface and got the same results.
However, I get only intermittent notes when I try to play from the Continuum, plus hung notes. Mostly, though, it doesn't work at all. I've selected the Kyma 1 preset from Haken Editor software. Sometimes, it switches on its own to another preset. Sometimes it doesn't. It seems to be connecting and disconnecting, and Kyma's Event Log shows that it's getting bombrarded with a constant stream of MIDI messages.
I'm using the latest version of Kyma and Continuum firm/software.
Oh, and Kyma responds fine to KymaControl, the Fake Keyboard and any other MIDI keyboard I've tried.
I hope one of you Kyma gurus can help. I'm currently designing a Kyma Sound that absoluterly requires the Continuum as its controller, and this has brought me to a standstill.
*EDIT: I've just seen that there is a beta of a new version available on this very site. Maybe that will get me up and running again...
ANOTHER EDIT: I've installed the beta version of KymaConnect 2 and I can now get Kyma to respond as expected to the Continuum if I select vPacarana as the I/O ports for Kyma in the Haken Editor. I am intrigued by this new Haken2Kyma port though...
I'm still getting a constant stream of MIDI data, looking like it involves cc111, cc114, cc117, cc118, cc107.
And of course, I still wonder what I am doing wrong when not using KymaConnect...