Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class

Packages that use Sequencer.SyncMode
javax.sound.midi Provides interfaces and classes for I/O, sequencing, and synthesis of MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) data. 

Uses of Sequencer.SyncMode in javax.sound.midi

Fields in javax.sound.midi declared as Sequencer.SyncMode
static Sequencer.SyncMode Sequencer.SyncMode.INTERNAL_CLOCK
          A master synchronization mode that makes the sequencer get its timing information from its internal clock.
static Sequencer.SyncMode Sequencer.SyncMode.MIDI_SYNC
          A master or slave synchronization mode that specifies the use of MIDI clock messages.
static Sequencer.SyncMode Sequencer.SyncMode.MIDI_TIME_CODE
          A master or slave synchronization mode that specifies the use of MIDI Time Code.
static Sequencer.SyncMode Sequencer.SyncMode.NO_SYNC
          A slave synchronization mode indicating that no timing information should be sent to the receiver.

Methods in javax.sound.midi that return Sequencer.SyncMode
 Sequencer.SyncMode Sequencer.getMasterSyncMode()
          Obtains the current master synchronization mode for this sequencer.
 Sequencer.SyncMode[] Sequencer.getMasterSyncModes()
          Obtains the set of master synchronization modes supported by this sequencer.
 Sequencer.SyncMode Sequencer.getSlaveSyncMode()
          Obtains the current slave synchronization mode for this sequencer.
 Sequencer.SyncMode[] Sequencer.getSlaveSyncModes()
          Obtains the set of slave synchronization modes supported by the sequencer.

Methods in javax.sound.midi with parameters of type Sequencer.SyncMode
 void Sequencer.setMasterSyncMode(Sequencer.SyncMode sync)
          Sets the source of timing information used by this sequencer.
 void Sequencer.setSlaveSyncMode(Sequencer.SyncMode sync)
          Sets the slave synchronization mode for the sequencer.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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