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Re: NINJAM plugin released

At 20:23 20/11/2006, you wrote:
>On 20 nov 2006, at 19.12, Os wrote:
>>That said, this has completely transformed my ability to use NINJAM,
>>being a laptop-musician kind of guy.
>Do you think this AU plug-in version would be the best choice if I
>only want to use the Mac as the interface to Ninjam but keep the the
>noise-making happening on a Windows box? (I don't want to install
>Ninjam or other software on the Windows system) Or would the
>standalone OS X Ninjam do well for that purpose?
>The other day I noticed a temple block like click track sound in
>Ninjam - do people use that to sync?


well some do, most didn't think about that  ;-)
(or didn't care)

>My understanding is that it
>might be as fun to sync by ear while you play, eventually playing a
>tap tempo button with a foot for electronics.

I don't think that will work

>I mean, it's only one
>or two bar wrong so the tempo can't go that wrong?

some sort of reference to the tempo is needed.

(like setting edp to the correct bpm)

>Any one tried to use the click track sound of Ninjam to create a MIDI
>Clock pulse?

no, it's not available separate from the other audio (apart from 
os-client on mac)

>The Repeater has a "follow beat" sync option and I'm
>sure there must be some software that converts a simple audio pulse
>into MIDI Clock?

:-) and then you need a strategy to get yourself in time with the looper


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