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I have tested jitter using an acoustic hammer (for impulse response
with a driver of known latency. I then wrote a program that compared the
of the audio when I hit a SoftStep key and the USB MIDI receipt of
Results were consistently 3-5 ms. Mac OSX 10.6 2.33GHZ Core 2 Duo.
"Music For A New Reason"
----- Original Message ----
From: andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, August 6, 2010 6:04:23 AM
Subject: Re: SoftStep Reservation list
a lot of folks been waiting for this.
What's the latency/jitter on the production model for sending a note-On?
(essential for loopers)
Oh...and what about the price!
ps. please check out the Gordius range before claiming "most versatile"
(they have a screensaver ;-)
keith mcmillen wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> SoftSteps are soon to be here.
> We invite you to sign up for the SoftStep Reservation List. We will be
>the first 100 SoftSteps directly to customers before they arrive in
>this introductory offer, we are also including a free Batt-O-Meter (a
>value) for our first 100 SoftStep customers:
> * USB-powered - connects to a computer or works standalone with MIDI
> * Ten multi-touch keys control up to 6 unique notes, Continuous
> Controllers, * Program Changes, or OSC.
> * Each key picks up pressure, X and Y motion, and rotation.
> * Weighs in at just over a pound, making it ultra-portable and
> * Super rugged design made with elastomeric and graphite
> composite... "and it's beer-proof!"
> * Four-character alphanumeric LED displays and 10 dual-color key
> * SoftStep: the most versatile and expressive foot controller
> Keith McMillen
> www.keithmcmillen.com <http://www.keithmcmillen.com>
> www.beamfoundation.org <http://www.beamfoundation.org>
> "Music For A New Reason"