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Re: Syncing DIN Sync devices to an EDP

I will give Beatsync a try when I get home on Tuesday (and doubtless be back with more questions after that).

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On Jun 3, 2012, at 8:24 AM, Marcus Kirby <marcusloops@gmail.com> wrote:

Why do you need the tr to set your loop length though? That's what I'm confused about.

On Jun 2, 2012 6:09 PM, "Philip" <philip.ojc@gmail.com> wrote:
Great info. Thanks!

As soon as I get back to town, I'll have to play around with Beatsync--that may just be the ticket. I'm really excited about that.

I suppose I should have used the word WITH instead of "to". I apologize for the confusion. Some of the old devices only send DIN others can send or receive. I'm not really picky about which is happening so long and everything is playing together.

On Jun 2, 2012, at 5:09 PM, andy butler wrote:

> hi Philip
> philip wrote:
>> Does anyone have any ideas for syncing old roland gear like TB303s and TR606/808s to an EDP?
> here you say roland gear follows EDP
>> I don't need anything fancy, just for the EDP to read the BPM or the length of a measure.
> here you say EDP follows roland gear.
> EDP can sync to incoming midi.
> EDP can sync to incoming audio via Beatsync, but you have to tap in loop length.
> EDP can sync
> EDP can sync to impulse via Beatsync, try it.
> EDP, (i think) can sync to impulse for whole bar length via brother sync,
> and display looptime,
> but I'd have to look up details, you might have to experiment.
> No idea about what the roland stuff can do, does it send impulse every beat?
> (that's what that kind of gear did pre- those ones you mentioned, and last time
> I ever played around with them)
> andy