@ Alex (& the Ableton Team)>> Emagic AMT

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acidman
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@ Alex (& the Ableton Team)>> Emagic AMT

Post by acidman » Tue Feb 12, 2008 5:40 pm

Hello Ableton developers,

please, please, please implement AMT (Active Midi Transmission) in Ableton. (Win&Mac)

There are so many users out there which are using emagic AMT & Unitor Midi interfaces.

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This feature permits part of the MIDI timing engine to reside in the Unitor-8
/AMT hardware. This improves timing accuracy when triggering multiple MIDI events from different outputs at the same time.

ATM basically buffers the data in the Unitor-8 hardware, which then controls the release at each out port at the appropriate time. Other systems force the host computer to send multiple MIDI cables of information to the multiport interface using the serial cable in real-time. It is conceptually impossible for multiple outputs to play a note at the exact same time.

Information must be sent to one port at a time, which can potentially cause the timing inaccuracies to be perceivable. AMT helps to resolve those issues. It is currently available, however, only if the MIDI sequencing software is equipped with an AMT drive. To my knowledge, only Emagic's own Logic sequencing system is fitted with this technology. Steinberg and Digidesign have technical documents to support AMT technology.
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Thank you !! 8O 8O

acidman
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Post by acidman » Sun Mar 02, 2008 12:17 am

UP 8O 8O 8O

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Re: @ Alex (& the Ableton Team)>> Emagic AMT

Post by acidman » Mon Dec 20, 2010 5:36 am

UPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!! :D

long time no answer whats up ableton dev-team?

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