On Tue, Jul 25, 2006 at 12:38:50PM -0400, Dave Robillard wrote:
IIRC, real-time events (1 byte, status byte 0xf8 - 0xff) may happen at
_any time_ (even between 2 data bytes) without affecting the current message.
That includes that it must not be remembered as last status byte
(real-time messages don't have data bytes).
Another issue are system common messages (0xf0 - 0xf7). These status
codes must not be stored as running status either, so there must be a
status byte after each system common message. But this is not an issue
here I think, I just added it for completeness.