[gmpi] Re: 3.9 Time Formats

  • From: "Michael Stauffer" <michael@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <gmpi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 15:44:58 -0500

Tim wrote:

>> I like this idea, like a customized plug architecture for our
>> too-specialized-to-play-with-the-other-kids plug. ;-)  We've thought
>> along these lines before but had been hoping to find a more general
>> solution.
>
>Yeah, it is always better to piggy back, where you can (I
>think).  But this
>seems like a genuinely distinct API.
>
>If such a thing DOESN'T exist, it might be a good time to define an OPEN
>standard for this.  I know tools like ACID will pop-up their builtin
>beat-mapper when you load long files.  Sounds like your project does the
>same thing but for tempo instead of just beats.

Yes, an open standard could be a good idea. And yes, our project does
indeed act like ACID's or Pro Tools' (etc) beat-mappers, but also
identifies flucuating tempo and also works well with non-percussive
instruments.

Cheers,
Michael


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