This makes sense and is what I either knew or assumed to be the case. What doesn't make sense is why the all the other MIDI IN LEDs I looked at blink on and off consistently (but with variations) with the HOST including all the other Waverley Instruments I looked at, with the sole exception being the MIDIMONO's MIDI IN LED.Waverley Instruments wrote: ↑Tue Jan 31, 2023 4:15 pm . . . MIDI data will typically be handled in a block of code that is executed 48000 times per second, i.e. the sample rate.
You then have some other code that gets executed that updates the UI - LEDs for example... This might be every 50ms, unless the developer has specified something else. I'm talking specifically about UI refresh rate.
Typically with DSP, you don't update the UI every time "something" changes. The signal processing and UI updates are different blocks of code executed at different intervals, on different threads with different priorities.
Hope that makes sense, -Rob
Not all MIDI IN ports on all modules have an LED. Based on the sound, clearly the note ons and note offs are going to the MIDIMONO and the MIDIMONO is turning the sounds on and off correctly.
You might want to consider not having an LED for the MIDI IN on the MIDIMONO.