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RE: RC20 - EDP sync

Title: RE: RC20 - EDP sync

>>Oh, wait...they are probably controlling the color by grounding one side of the
LED and connecting the other to +V, right? So you could get it to respond just
to red flashes by only hooking the wire to the side of the LED that gets +V
during a red flash. Easy enough.<<

erm.... you could also think about using a counter/divider chip to give you more control over this- use the first flash, ignore the next three, use the fifth flash, ignore the next three.... & so on.

I'm still aiming to build some sort of clock divider interface to get from a midi clock into a standard dl4's tap-tempo..... just need to get made redundant first, or sent on indefinite gardening leave..... :-)



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