I have read that alot of laptops sound cards dont work well with midi
I'd reverted to using the m$ synth which seems to have less latency problems
I also don't know how much latency the USB interface might introduce.
I don't know about latency because I never recorded "live" that way, but I have a different (and odd) problem with it. See here.I recommend it if you play jazz...
Thank you Lawrie for giving some estimate of note duration.I could have calculated it myself and I could also have seen it in the MIDI files, but apparently I'm lazy.
(milliseconds, not millisiemens please )
Think: at 120 bpm a quaver (eighth) has a duration if 250 ms (milliseconds, not millisiemens please ) , so in the bass range this is just about a couple of dozen of cycles. Not to talk about the lowest notes: the lowest note of my harp is about 40 Hz, that of my organ even less.Easy to understand how hard is to build a usable sound to midi converter for a cello!
So do I, but remember that even the (today) trivial USB 1.1 normally in use with low cost microcontrollers can work at 1.5 MB/s (in practice let say about 1 µs per byte)!
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