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Question: I am really sorry, but I am discussing here to make my favorite DAW follow an external MIDI clock. forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?p=...I want to cut the recorded content to fit the grid in order to reuse the improvised content of Renoise and REAPER as a pattern. 0x0.st/XBmc.mp4You once said that `REAPER needs predictability.` I am not sure what you mean by that. What does that mean? askjf.com/index.php?search=midi%20clock
Asked by tkna (153.240.222.x) on July 6 2024, 1:27pm
Reply on July 6 2024, 3:54pm:
    REAPER needs to be able to predict tempo changes in the future in order to transform media, pre-render FX, etc. If you want to sync in realtime to tempo changes, a lot of things will break.

  • Posted by tkna (153.240.222.x) on July 6 2024, 4:51pm:
    Ah, you mean that there are some processes that will not be able to keep up with the tempo changes in real time. It seems like a responsible attitude to limit functionality to guarantee those things, but why not a best-effort policy?

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