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  • Club Filth
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    Joined: Mar 19th, 2012, 02:53
    TOM RICE Logic's Latency Toolbox MIDI CLOCK
    Hi, I just calibrated my entire MIDI-setup using Tom Rice Logic's Latency Toolbox and everything works very well and all is locked very tight but I have a question: I use MIDI-clock alot...(For firing arpeggios on external midi synths or for firing the internal sequencers on external gear like my TB303,Monomachine...) In Logic there's the option MIDI CLOCK DELAY TRANSMISSION....But this is set in ticks,not in MS ! My ALL MIDI OUTPUT DELAY is set to -39,0 ms,but how do I proceed to set the correct midi clock delay? Thanxxx
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  • GaryHiebner
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    Joined: May 6th, 2007, 12:54
    Re: TOM RICE Logic's Latency Toolbox MIDI CLOCK
    Hi Club Filth, Did you come right with the latency issue?
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  • Club Filth
    Posts: 9
    Joined: Mar 19th, 2012, 02:53
    Re: TOM RICE Logic's Latency Toolbox MIDI CLOCK
    hi Tom, Everything is locked-tight,more than 20 midi devices playing/recording spot-on thanks to you :-) I'm struggling with midi clock,I use alot of midi-clock reliant synths like the TB303 (to run it's internal seq),and the arpeggio's of the Juno60 and Jupiter8 also need the midiclock. Things is,playing with midi clock delay transmission can get you right for 1 synth BUT YOU CAN'T ALTER THE MIDI CLOCK DELAY TRANSMISSION FOR EACH SYNTH,if you change midi clock than you change it for everything MIDI.... This gives me a bit of trouble using midi clock when using different midisynths at the same time...
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