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Loosing MIDI synch (was Re: EDP - Sync With Cubase Problem - Strange)
Very interesting implementation. I probably never noticed it, as I
wouldn't probably be keeping the track in overdub with a feedback of
more than 70% or so. Good trick. Now that I know this quirk, I'll make
sure I'm stingy with the overdub. I've gotten used to the Repeater's
time stretch magic, where it doesn't matter at all how long you keep it
in overdub, even if your clock changes. In fact, if you want to have a
track fade out, you've got to keep it in Record, a "feature" I never
quite like about the Repeater. I have learned to fake it with track
volume control tricks.
On Sunday, August 11, 2002, at 03:59 PM, Matthias Grob wrote:
>> Huh, that's odd. I do tend to keep overdub open and feedback at 50% a
>> lot to keep things changing. Will this be a problem? Should I pop
>> out of overdub every now and then to keep things in synch?
> Depends on the values you choose:
> If feedback is below 90 (as in your example), we do an automatic
> correction of the startpoint instead of moving the audio. So when you
> go back to above 90, we are synced again and the drift that happened in
> the mean time is not corrected, since the sound faded anyway and you
> probably rather play to the sync source than to the fading loop. This
> odd but usefull functionality was suggested by Claude Voit.