|Abstract|| The background, purpose, and function of Open Sound Control (OSC) timestamps is reviewed. An analysis shows that jitter-induced noise with dispersion over the millisecond range significantly degrades real-time highresolution sensor signal streams. The design of a distributed clock synchronization and event scheduling domain over an asynchronous network is described. A realization of this model is presented, created using the new micro-OSC (uOSC) hardware platform and host software components in MaxMSP. An OSC address schema for client-server clock synchronization is documented. Two new objects for MaxMSP are introduced: OSC-timetag and OSC-schedule.