My module is capable, among other things, of turning incoming triggers into gates of arbitrary length.
If I receive another trig while a gate is still held, I want to retrigger it ASAP. In intended use cases, there will be no separate retrigger input/output, so that means I should leave a 0V gap before starting another gate.
I don’t want to use a long but musically imperceptible (e.g., 5ms) delay “just to be safe”, as I need other signals to be in close sync.
What’s the shortest gap I can get away with, and still be interpreted as two discrete gates by the majority of third party modules (whether they implement trigs as recommended in the voltage standards or their own way)?