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Re: OT. Help with simple midi prob???
Definately no partial beat of silence at the beginning, did check that...
I'm not sure about the midi clock or miditime code thing... as far as I
know (at work now so can't check that) I dont have that option on either
drum machine or synth. (although I have seen it on computer software
(acid>cubase etc) could it be called something else? do I get to it by some
funky complicated way? or should it be a standard option in the "midi"
but thanks for the quick response!!
Subject: Re: OT. Help with
simple midi prob???
are you using midi clock or miditime code? and are both looking for/
the same thing?
also check to make sure that you haven't accidentally recorded a beat or
partial beat of silence at the beginning of one or your sequences.
anon 8/27/01 6:30 AM, email@example.com at
> Sorry for being Off topic, I should really join some midi music list for
> this Q, but I know many of you guys are well into this stuff so...HELP???
> NO computer in my setup, just hardware. I just got a Korg MS2000R for
> sequencing simple background pads and basslines AND (a bit on topic)
> processing (Via its audio in) my guitar loops etc. And I'm very happy
> it. BUT...
> When I plug the midi out from my drum machine ( a cheap Boss DrGroove202
> thang) into midi IN on the MS2000 and send it a simple sequence (the boss
> has a little external sequencer built in) the synth is (a tiny bit) late,
> late enough to be awful tho! I am sure I have everything set up right.
> midi channel, Synch INTERNAL on drummachine Synch EXTERNAL on synth. And
> DOES play and at the correct tempo. BUT LATE!!!!
> This is so annoying cos its about the simplest midi setup possible. Its
> that I have too much midi stuff going on... (Well there is one more thing
> in the chain, a Roland GR30, but thats AFTER the synth (via synth THRU
> port) and thats in time)
> Anyone????? Help????
> Mark Red