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RE: Max in hardware?

>The MOTU Midi Timepiece AV/USB has 8in 8out for midi, extensive
>rerouting/remapping capabilities, has the ability to store up to 128
>programs of custom setups, can send sequences of up to 4 simultaneous
>midi CC/PC or sysex messages (with each patch change), and has 2 1/4
>inch jacks for footpedals or switchs that can be assigned to anything
>you like.  It even has a jack for beat detect.  And this does not even
>cover what it can handle in a recording studio such as ADAT sync, Word
>Clock, SMPTE, etc.

I've got their Midi Express USB, and was quite annoyed to find it doesn't
even facilitate keyboard splits (played C1-B3 goes this route and C3-C6
goes another.)  Nothing in the Timepiece's literature -- and its manual is
just another section of the booklet containing the Express' manual --
implies it can do this either.
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