On Fri, May 29, 2009 12:50 pm, Atte André Jensen wrote:
I think all the extra 'S' messages aren't necc. Start and Stop are
supposed to be transport controls, not synchronization messages. Also,
Start is not a substitute for a clock pulse. The start message means
"start on the next clock pulse (T)."
So, I think the MIDI creators intended this:
T T T T T T T T .....
It presumes that none of the T's will be dropped and that everyone is
working off the same score. But, for your purposes, you might try the S
Tx24 like this:
S S S
T T T T .... T T T T .... T T T T
That is, your T's happen at the right time, and the synchronization
attempt with 'S' would precede the synchronization T pulse.
I have a hardware synth that's constantly sending out the T, but never
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