On Wed, 2010-07-14 at 21:37 +0200, Arnout Engelen wrote:
Hahaha, because the keys of my old metal case DX7 are very loud, I was
able to halfway go on grooving ;). I'm neither a keyboarder nor a
drummer, but a guitarist, anyway, playing with the right hand a ride
cymbal and with the left hand kick and snare is ok for me.
I don't need to record it, the sound of the keys came before the sound
of the sound module and there definitive never was played a sound,
before I touched the keys ;) ... for the sequencer I'm not sure if
events wont be played before they should be played ... and only for the
hw MIDI, internal the studio in the box everything is ok.
> The recording has a nice plastic 'tick' of me hitting the key with my nail,
I did something similar for my USB MIDI interface. I recorded short
sinus audio impulses and watched the waveforms by completely zooming in
using Audacity, but there's still the ambient noise level that makes it
impossible to see the absolut beginning of a signal. Jitter was around
+- 4 ms as far as I was able to interpret the waveforms. A short and
loud sinus impulse is the best signal I could produce to see a
difference to the ambient nose level. I didn't do this test for the PCI
> Then I plugged the synth into my USB audio/MIDI card (Edirol UA-25EX) and
That's right, it will become an issue when you will record HiHat, Snare,
Kick, Bass etc., the rhythm group one after the other or if you wish to
double a kick by two sounds etc..
exactly, as soo as you play an instrument while there is latency and/or
jitter the feeling gets lost.
At least I could record FluidSynth + external MIDI devices in unsion or
do the finger-nail-microphone test ...
I've got a long todo list :( now. If I should forget something I should
do, aske me again to do it ;).
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