Crabman wrote:i'm sure it will come sooner or later but let me just quote Sebastian from Audiobus and what he recently wrote about Midi sync (just to lower your expectation):
"Guys, every developer on iOS currently agrees that MIDI sync is really crap. I've basically talked with every single one. They all agreed 100%. We're working on it.'
And sadly this reflect my own experience.
But i would like to highlight the "we are working on it" part.So,it seems the next big iOS thing is already in development
Crabman wrote:yes,the fingerstuff works well.In fact,this are the only ones that worked well from the apps i own.But"plenty"of apps??C'mon...
And show me one of the Studio/Rhythm/Jam/Daw apps with a tight(!) Midi sync.Beatmaker is a bad joke,runs 1-2 seconds to fast when"syncing" to Logic Pro.Tried it with different interfaces.
But you're right,It IS possible.Although i don't care what the exact reason is,it's just a sadly fact that most apps fail when it comes to tight Midi Sync.
Crabman wrote:DM1 is a bad example as it doesn't support Midi clock
Only a Midi start/stop command which is not a reliable sync connection.Although it works better than certain apps with"official"midi clock support (yes,i'm looking at you Beatmaker).
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