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22.4.4 Latency compensated MIDI Transmission


When starting and synchronizing over MIDI, or when sequencing external MIDI instruments, the G- Stomper Audio output can be noticeable delayed compared to the external MIDI equipment. This Latency of <N>ms can be compensated directly within G-Stomper.


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<N> = the complete Latency = Audio Latency + Manual Latency Compensation (see tab AUD)


G-Stomper as Sync Master (compensated):

When your start G-Stomper, the MIDI start signal will be sent with a delay of <N>ms, exactly in the moment when the G-Stomper Audio output hits the speaker.


G-Stomper as Sync Slave (compensated):

When you hit start on your external MIDI host, G-Stomper starts at <N>ms rather than at the zero position. This means the first Sequencer Step will be skipped, but the Audio output will be in perfect sync with your external MIDI host.


G-Stomper as Sequencer for MIDI Hardware (compensated):

When you run a Sequence which sends MIDI events to external hardware, the MIDI events will be sent with a delay of <N>ms, exactly in the moment when the G-Stomper Audio output hits the speaker.


Note: If you still notice a delay with the compensation enabled, adjust the 'Latency Compensation' in the AUD tab.


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Note: Also note that manually played sounds (in real-time) are NOT Latency compensated.


Compensated MIDI Transmissions

- Incoming Notes and Control Changes while Recording

- Outgoing MIDI from a running Sequence


NOT compensated MIDI Transmissions

- Manual played Notes (in real-time) from the G-Stomper on-screen Keyboard

- Manual played notes (in real-time) from external MIDI Keyboard


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