Re: dclkrt and dclktx

From: Jeanette C. <>
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2020 11:28:22 +0100 (CET)
Hi Alexandre,
thanks for your reply. I must apologise for my slightly inacurate description.

The external clock source is sync'ed to my audio software. Midish follows it 
nicely. It reacts to start and stop commands. But it seems that my hardware 
synth doesn't lock onto the clock pulses. I have connect the synth directly to 
the jack_midi_clock and it is absolutely on time. The synthesizer's device is 
created statically at the beginning of .midishrc. So it exists long before the 
external clock is dynamically added. Also the dclktx [dlist] is immediately 
following the dnew statements.

Still, the synth's LFOs drift like they were still connected to Midish's 
normal internal clock source. If the synth were to get no clock at all, it 
wouldn't noticeably drift backwards and forwards. It might slowly get out of 
sync all together. But the LFOs never lag behind a full cycle, so they are 
catching up to something from Midish.

Considering that jack_midi_clock will send both start and stop and the clock 
pulses, is there anything else that I should do within Midish?

Best wishes and again many thanks,


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