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Thread: Serial I\O (was Re: TMR0 Latency]
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Sorry, I didn't make myself quite clear, in MIDI multiple devices are
plugged into a single line, identified by channels. When you plug in a
device, data may already be flowing quite easily, hence, with no mistakes on
your part you are out of synch. True, you can issue a software command to
reset the whole interface but this is not a pleasant thing to do as it will
destroy all MIDI timing.

Apart from that, you are perfectly correct, there is no way to 100% detect
the next stop->start but over time it should 'drift' back. I will have to
check the MIDI specs however, because the limited common combinations may
make faster deteection possible.

Thanks,
Tom.
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