On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 12:40 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
let be me precise. the builtin (old) MIDI bridges in jack have the
if, in a given process() cycle, they receive N different MIDI events,
they will attempt to deliver all N different MIDI events immediately,
completely ignoring the timestamps on each event.
if the process block size is small, this effect is fairly small. if
the process block is large, those MIDI events might correspond to a
time period of 20 or even 100msec. delivering one event from the
"start" of the process block and another from the "end" at the same
time is the definition of "jitter".
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