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by Vages
07-20-11 3:48 am
Forum: Help and Bug Reports
Topic: Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows
Replies: 27
Views: 36222

Re: Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows

However, now that I'm testing it again, BASSMIDI gives better results. And I've found one great annoyance with "my" method; the metronome feature sounds awful - because all signals are sent directly to the piano instrument, the wood block hits sound like piano notes. Try to imagine "Row, row, row yo...
by Vages
07-20-11 3:24 am
Forum: Help and Bug Reports
Topic: Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows
Replies: 27
Views: 36222

Re: Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows

Less than 0.052 seconds (scroll down to the pic "BASSMIDI Driver v1.06 Low Latency" on this page -> http://www.cmoo.com/snor/weeds/SoundFonts/XMPlay/XMPlay.htm)? Note that measurement is using the older version 1.06 of the BASSMIDI Driver though... the newer versions of the driver suffer from a lot...
by Vages
07-19-11 1:26 pm
Forum: Help and Bug Reports
Topic: Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows
Replies: 27
Views: 36222

Re: Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows

Yes, the second I posted this I went to the FAQ section and saw that it had been added since I last checked it. I was ready to be disappointed and have my lengthy tutorial ridiculed - and prepared to come up with some apology :D I just tried it and (I'm sort of glad to say) I didn't get nearly as lo...
by Vages
07-19-11 12:50 pm
Forum: Help and Bug Reports
Topic: Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows
Replies: 27
Views: 36222

Tutorial: Near zero latency MIDI output on Windows

As many users know, one of the troublesome things with Synthesia on Windows is the software MIDI latency. I get really high latency when I use MS GS Wavetable Synth, no matter if I use the software keyboard or my hardware keyboard (a Behringer UMX49 , but I recommend buying a UMX61 or UMX610 because...