I've started using [cyclone/seq] for MIDI sequencing, with the intention of writing and reading saved .mid files, and also importing the .mid files into a notation editor like Lilypond or Musescore. However I realize when opening this file that I don't ever store any tempo information into [cyclone/seq], so that even though I recorded it at 120bpm, Musescore interprets the notes and rythm at 190bpm (I can make notation examples if this isn't clear ).
As far as I understood from a quick read through this and this, I could either:
- send the midi clocks i.e. [248( 24 times per beat into [cyclone/seq] while recording. However this seems to show one single bar without tempo in Musescore. Maybe I need to send also start [250( or continue [251( and stop [252( into [seq]?
- instead of "clock", use "ticks" every 10ms that the sequencer can somehow also use to play the midi file at a different tempo than recorded. However I couldn't figure out if ticks are indeed a different value in realtime midi, what I found was 0xF8 = 248, i.e. same as "clocks"...
Do I understand this right? What would be the proper/preferred way to store beat information in [cyclone/seq] and eventually in the midi files?
Thanks for your help!