I agree with you in that midi was a lowest common denominator protocol, and
On Saturday 20 March 2010, alex stone wrote:
It is now at least 15 years past due for a new, far faster, and more
expressive protocol. Something based on the TOS connector or similar
relatively inexpensive hardware interface that can handle 100x midi's traffic
on a single, daisy chain-able connection. I'd suggest 1394B, but in a setup
and tear down every night scenario, I don't see that as being as rugged as a
plastic optical fiber.
If this is _that_ protocol (I came in late to this I think), then lets get
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