I have midi files and I want to know what is coming x milliseconds earlier.
The way I think I can do it is this:
start the [seq] at y bpm (very fast, say 480). After z ms, give the [seq] the normal bpm value of the track.
Thus, all events coming after the z millisecond should appear x ms earlier, compared to a normal playback.
What I need is a formula, where I give x and (y or z) and I get (y or z)
I hope I make sense – any other ideas on how to look ahead midi events are really welcome.
Many thanks in advance
I would record the midi file into [coll] and then use this for playback. Since all midi events are stored you can easily do any look ahead.
…i would simply start another seq with the same midi file x milliseconds earlier than the one actually used for playback !
Thanks to both of you.
VICHUG, I tried that – I used a [timer] to check if the timing difference between the 2 [seq] was what I expected and it wasn’t… It seems that seq is not as precise.
Well, I now just [pipe] the midi notes and I always get proper delay. It is not really what I need, but it saves me much time for now.
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