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Discussion in 'Microphones & Recording' started by Modumscrotum, Mar 16, 2003.

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  1. Modumscrotum

    Modumscrotum Guest

    We have:
    Logic Plat. on a 933 PC.
    A few modules...
    A MOTU Timepiece..
    Pro Tools HD 192..
    A strong desire to incorporate MIDI into our endeavors...
    and either too few brains or too few brains to get it working.
    I have tried using the MOTU as the master.
    I have tried using the 192 as the master.
    I have NOT tried Major Nelson as the master.
    I have tried Magic and Voodoo.
    I have tried crying to invoke the sympathy of the machines. Heartless machines.

    Please help. :s:
     
  2. Nate Tschetter

    Nate Tschetter Active Member

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    Howdy

    What do you want it to do?

    What isn't it doing?

    How do you have it hooked up?

    Which MOTU Timepiece (MTP, MTPII, MTPAV< Digital)?

    Which version of Logic?

    Which OS?

    Which modules?
     
  3. Modumscrotum

    Modumscrotum Guest

    What do you want it to do?

    Ultimately I would like to have the entire studio synched. Everything from the Acid and Logic on the PC, the P Tools on the Mac, the 3 blackface ADATS and any and all midi controllable devices within a 50 yard radius. Anything AUDIO at this point.

    What isn't it doing?

    Havn’t really got it to even sequence yet. A better understanding of Logic is definitely in order. As you see, much help is needed.

    How do you have it hooked up?

    :roll: on the 933 pc and 9.2 on the Mac G-4 933.

    Which modules?

    Not many. An old Korg UA something or other , 2 Alesis DR-5’s, Roland V-drums. If we could get midi working, we’d add a Triton or equivalent rack piece. Oh yea, we use an old Oberheim synth as the controller

    I am looking at pg. 567 of TDM manual again (Chapter 35: Time Code Synchronization) I am thinking that SMPTE Trigger with an Externally Resolved Peripheral or SMPTE resolved with USD to be my best options if using MOTU as the master?

    :confused:
     

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