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internet hosting internet hosting On the other hand, not all devices support time stamps, so the device might completely ignore the message's time stamp. Even if a device supports time stamps, it might not schedule the event for exactly the time that you requested. You can't expect to send a message whose time stamp is very far in the future and have the device handle it as you intended, and you certainly can't expect a device to correctly schedule a message whose time stamp is in the past! It's up to the device to decide how to handle time stamps that are too far off in the future or are in the past. The sender doesn't know what the device considers to be too far off, or whether the device had any problem with the time stamp. This ignorance mimics the behavior of external MIDI hardware devices, which send messages without ever knowing whether they were received correctly.

internet hosting (MIDI wire protocol is unidirectional.) Some devices send time-stamped messages (via a ). For example, the messages sent by a MIDI input port might be stamped with the time the incoming message arrived at the port. On some systems, the event-handling mechanisms cause a certain amount of timing precision to be lost during subsequent processing of the message. The message's time stamp allows the original timing information to be preserved.

internet hosting To learn whether a device supports time stamps, invoke the following method of : long getMicrosecondPosition() This method returns -1 if the device ignores time stamps. Otherwise, it returns the device's current notion of time, which you as the sender can use as an offset when determining the time stamps for messages you subsequently send. For example, if you want to send a message with a time stamp for five milliseconds in the future, you can get the device's current position in microseconds, add 5000 microseconds, and use that as the time stamp. Keep in mind that the notion of time always places time zero at the time the device was opened. Now, with all that explanation of time stamps as a background, let's return to the : void send(MidiMessage message, long timeStamp) The argument to indicate that you don't care about adjusting the exact timing; you're just leaving it up to the receiving device to process the message as soon as it can.

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