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**To**:**Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com****From**:**stanitarium@earthlink.net****Subject**:**Re: calculating rhythmic synch between analalog delay pedal and bpm****Date**:**Sat, 6 Sep 2008 19:07:06 -0400 (EDT)**

i have that delay pedal- never been able to sync properly over time- always drifts s (thank godd for the pcm42 that i(used to) loop w/) >Won't that drift horribly? >On Sep 6, 2008, at 5:59 PM, Rick Williamson wrote: > >> Here's one more variation: >> >> >what math do i use to figure out what would sync a drum machine >> bpm to a milliseconds knob on a delay pedal? >> >> taken from a post by "John Greythorne": >> >> y = (240,000 * (d / t)) / x >> >> where t is the divisions of a bar (e.g. 16) >> and d is the delay time (e.g. 3) >> and x is the bpm of your song >> >> y is the delay time in milliseconds >> >> >> so to calculate 3/16ths of a bar for a 120bpm song, the calculation is >> >> (240,000 x (3 / 16)) / 120 >> = 45,000 / 120 >> = 375 milliseconds >> >> >wondering if precision is possible? >> To control the mooger fooger via MIDI you'll need a MIDI to CV, >> "control voltage", converter box of some kind. >> This link shows several. http://www.synthzone.com/cv.htm >> >> Analog is not perfect and will have to be retuned on occasion, but >> it'll be close enough >> >> >> >> >

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