gradek wrote:Is it possible that Resolume 3, just displays a very accurate signal and that other programs also jump up and down but display a rounded number or average? In general midi clocks are not perfect, and sufferers from latency. Perhaps R3 is just showing the laggggggg.
I was thinking the same ... It looks like if Resolume is measuring/showing the BPM far more often that actually needed (don't know the exact process of how to get BPM's in Resolume, but that's what I see)
gradek wrote:GeeEs, why do you think it would be problematic with chords and pads as apposed to beats? Would the sound over time slowly become more out of sync?
No, melodies will be exactly the same in sync as beats, but you'll hear it as (vibrations)/key change in the sustained/released tones... With beats you probably won't hear it, because they have shorter sustain/release. (I was pointing towards listening to the actual music)
Like when you change the pitch on the turntable. With beats it's harder to detect the change in pitch then with a melody.
Actually I did not test Avenue with sound, controlled by external MIDI clock... I will do that asap.