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#92 MIDI plays too fast when dummy audio driver used

0.7.x
closed-fixed
nobody
Midi (45)
5
2005-10-18
2005-04-14
Anonymous
No

When Muse 0.7.1 is started with the dummy audio driver,
as in

muse -a

it seems whatever is used as a reference timer runs too
fast - MIDI is played *way* too quickly. When run
without the "-a" the tempos are all as expected. To
give some idea of how fast we're talking about, a song
set at a tempo of 115 bpm plays
back at around 180 bpm when using the dummy audio
driver, but plays back correctly at 115 bpm when the
full audio driver is in use.

Discussion

  • Logged In: YES
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    It's the other way around for me. It's reeeeaallly slow when I'm using
    the dummy driver, w the 0.7-branch, and it's just _slow_ when I'm
    using 0.8.

     
  • Robert Jonsson
    Robert Jonsson
    2005-05-11

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    Changed for 0.7.2pre1 but still not right. The granularity of the timer
    needs to be taken into account

     
  • Robert Jonsson
    Robert Jonsson
    2005-08-16

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    This is fixed now, yes?

     
  • Logged In: NO

    Yes, it is basicaly fixed, at least for me. As intigator of
    this bug report (and from my point of view) this bug report
    can be closed.

    As per discussions on the list I still have to add some code
    to the dummy audio driver to ensure that its idea of the
    timer frequency is correct, but this should be much easier
    with the modified timer patches I sent in a few days ago.
    However, this is a separate issue to that dealt with in this
    bug report.

     
  • Robert Jonsson
    Robert Jonsson
    2005-10-18

    • status: open --> closed-fixed