Started by Bluesbird, August 25, 2023, 01:09:31 PM
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Quote from: arkieboy on August 25, 2023, 01:48:25 PMThat isn't the greatest of news, but I'm with Elantric here - it's the performance of the internal sounds not the midi out that I'm interested in. Is there any chance you could work out how to reliably add the audio-out latency to that comparison?Also a stab at the sample variance of tracking for ten or twenty triggers on some of the lower strings would be good too if you're up for that - the thing that kills pitch-detection synths for me is inconsistent tracking, rather than slow tracking.
Quote from: Elantric on August 25, 2023, 02:01:47 PMRealize the specific GM-800 Preset employed for the test WILL impact results - many GM-800 tones are not fast attack , instead they have built in slower ramp up
Quote from: Elantric on August 25, 2023, 02:11:17 PMNext measure the audio output latency response of the Third party Synth you are triggering via MIDI
Quote from: Bluesbird on August 25, 2023, 02:26:15 PMHere is an open e test comparing guitar audio to midi note, Omnisphere quick attack audio, and GM-800 quick attack audio. Omnisphere registered within 1 ms after midi note and GM-800 audio occurred 4 ms later.You cannot view this attachment.
Quote from: Nobulusprime on August 25, 2023, 02:53:46 PMI'd imagine it's light years ahead of the SY1000 OSC and midi out but hopefully inline with the FTP?
Quote from: Elantric on August 25, 2023, 02:33:13 PMI did play many gigs in the 1980s with the 40 millisecond GM-70 Guitar to MIDI
Quote from: Bluesbird on August 25, 2023, 03:16:35 PMThe FTP is still by far the best in terms of stable and fast tracking. It's no contest.
Quote from: arkieboy on August 25, 2023, 03:41:36 PMWhich of course beggars the question 'why the flying f@*k doesn't Fishman make a TriplePlay unit with a 13-pin connector'?
Quote from: Elantric on August 25, 2023, 05:43:05 PMBecause there is Zero MIDI on the GK13 connector
Quote from: arkieboy on August 26, 2023, 04:14:30 AMOf course there isn't! You put the guitar wart gubbins in the triple play controller, add a small amount of circuitry if necessary to cope with any differences in the pickups and charge through the nose (Ed. Sorry, Brit phrase for 'price it by as much as the market would bear, and then a little more').They'd fly off the shelves, I'm sure.