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Re: [fluid-dev] Very short notes

From: Antoine Schmitt
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Very short notes
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 13:32:01 +0200

I have a similar problem, but not using the midi player : using the internal sequencer. But if my analysis is right, both problems have the same cause : bursts in requests by the audio driver of audio data, thus bypassing the midi timer or the sequencer timer, with the consequence that very short notes (< 10 m more or less) are lost because the noteon and noteoff are applied at the same audio time. I am in the process of trying a fix in the sequencer. I should do this this week. I'll keep the list informed if this works. Then maybe the same solution might be applied to the midi player (I haven't looked into the midi player so I don't know how to do this).

Le 2 juil. 07 à 04:42, Dave Serls a écrit :

I'm fooling around with a Yamaha DD55 midi drum kit and fluidsynth.
Only 20% of the notes seem to make it to audio output, probably
accidentally. This might be the fault of the DD55, since it appears that noteon and noteoff events are shipped to the PC in a block, with little or no time in between them. The voice tick values in the log for the non-realized notes are typically .0001 or .0002 whereas played notes are .0032 or so.

Did I read here that someone had a patch for short notes which were being eliminated?
I can't seem to find the post.

Thanks for any help.

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