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RE: edp midi sync out

Well ... I can't speak for anyone else but it's probably not so
much that your post passed without interest as much is I simply
had no answer for you whatsoever.

I do actually use MIDI tempo and sync but I go out to a drum machine.
So if the EDP does resend tempo messages when you hit the buttons
on the EFC7, I would have never noticed.

For starters, you need to find out if, indeed, the EDP does send
out tempo messages whenever you hit a button. That's a question
best directed to Kim. Also, if memory serves me correctly, those
messages go out on all channels so you might try setting the
TC units MIDI receive channel to be different than the channel
the EDP is receiving/sending on (that is, assuming I'm right about
that and that you're not already doing so).


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Luca Formentini [mailto:luca@unguitar.com] 
> Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 11:18 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: edp midi sync out
> Hi everybody,
> I see my post regarding the strange behaviour of a Fireworx slave to 
> Edp's midi sync passed with no interest, but I need to make some light

> over the following:
> Edp Sync=Out
> Edp Midi out goes into Fireworx midi in
> Fireworx set to respond midi tempo from Edp's midi channel.
> Everything goes ok.
> Now a loop is going, Fireworx is in sync.
> Whenever I touch any button (multiply, reverse, overdub, mute...) on
> efc7, I see the Fireworx panel receives each time a new midi tempo
> (which is still the same originally received at the setting of the 
> loop), this thing is a bit annoying as the Fireworx has a sort of
> and go" with the effects which are following its midi sync.
> I also suspect this is the cause of the freezing of the Fireworx,
> a while.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Luca