Is there any way of getting a clock to output bangs at rates faster than 5ms? (I'd like to sweep between 10 and the lowest value I can achieve)
I'm a little bit confused from both reading the reference manual, and experimenting with metro. The manual seems to say that the fastest bang metro can dish out is every 0.02 seconds. But it also says the default argument is 5ms. Is the metro default really 5ms if metro is incable of sending out bangs faster than every 20ms?
From experimenting it looks and sounds like metro stops getting faster at about 12-11ms. (I have counter on metro, and am feeding a transient enveloped sinewave from msp to create a pulse-train oscillator - I should ideally hear the pitch rise an octave from 10ms to 5ms)
Does anyone know of a way to get a faster clock in max? I want to eventually output the control signal in OSC, or MIDI if it can handle it. (Anyone know the clock speed limit for MIDI?)
Perhaps there's a way to set the blocksize to something else like in SuperCollider?