Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.sound.midi
Class MidiEvent

java.lang.Object
  extended by javax.sound.midi.MidiEvent

public class MidiEvent
extends Object

MIDI events contain a MIDI message and a corresponding time-stamp expressed in ticks, and can represent the MIDI event information stored in a MIDI file or a Sequence object. The duration of a tick is specified by the timing information contained in the MIDI file or Sequence object.

In Java Sound, MidiEvent objects are typically contained in a Track, and Tracks are likewise contained in a Sequence.


Constructor Summary
MidiEvent(MidiMessage message, long tick)
          Constructs a new MidiEvent.
 
Method Summary
 MidiMessage getMessage()
          Obtains the MIDI message contained in the event.
 long getTick()
          Obtains the time-stamp for the event, in MIDI ticks
 void setTick(long tick)
          Sets the time-stamp for the event, in MIDI ticks
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

MidiEvent

public MidiEvent(MidiMessage message,
                 long tick)
Constructs a new MidiEvent.

Parameters:
message - the MIDI message contained in the event
tick - the time-stamp for the event, in MIDI ticks
Method Detail

getMessage

public MidiMessage getMessage()
Obtains the MIDI message contained in the event.

Returns:
the MIDI message

setTick

public void setTick(long tick)
Sets the time-stamp for the event, in MIDI ticks

Parameters:
tick - the new time-stamp, in MIDI ticks

getTick

public long getTick()
Obtains the time-stamp for the event, in MIDI ticks

Returns:
the time-stamp for the event, in MIDI ticks

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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