Yes, Experts, please come forth and tell us the formula.chase wrote:It seems to me that the only thing left uncertain by that video is the precise time by which the MIDI notes have to be moved. Perhaps it's more complicated than simply the time it takes from when the key is pressed to when the corresponding sound emerges. But the video does seem to me to demonstrate the need to move the MIDI notes to the right to get them properly aligned with either the click or previously recorded tracks.
And to make it even more complicated the distance varies a few ms from each note, but all notes and data has in common it's always early. Even when recording with low latency. I get back to what we discussed before... Could it work like the midi data actually was "translated"... to be put at the actual sound start / start of reacting on cc?
Someone might say... Well keep the latency extremely low, and you'll hardly notice. I don't like that argument. because..
For the first, we often raise the latency a bit when having large projects, to let the system breath.
For the second, Yeah! we could do with 23 bit audio instead of 24 because no one would ever notice.
For the third, the workflow and the overall musical feeling would be improved.