[PD] MIDI input time resolution
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 09:44:53 CEST 2015
> so how do you generate you MIDI events to be
> properly alligned with some sample clock?
I'm not sure, I'm just using regular MIDI input keyboard gear
2015-07-13 4:25 GMT-03:00 IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>:
> On 2015-07-13 07:33, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
> > Howdy, so I'm making some tests, and I see that my [notein] is sending
> > notes at exact DSP cycles, which may make sense I guess, but is kind of a
> > bummer. I'd like to know why is that anyway...
> > And how about when you have several values coming from [ctlin] for
> > Does only one of them get sent out in sync with DSP?
> just to see whether i understand the question correctly:
> so the problem is, that a message emitted by [ctlout] is nto properly
> timestamped like a message emitted by (say) [metro]?
> that is, even if you use the [v*] family of objects, you don't get
> sample-accurate timing, right?
> while i do believe that the above assumptions are right (i haven't
> tested though), i wonder how you set up your tests: basic MIDI isn't
> very good at timing at all, just relying that 31.25kBd are "fast
> enough", which is a very bad metric.
> so how do you generate you MIDI events to be properly alligned with some
> sample clock?
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