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Re: EDP beatsync and brothersync

My buddy has a bunch of old roland DIN sync gear 808 303 etc. His beats would be what I would work with.

I was thinking of using one of the outputs on the 808 to send a beat to one EDP and syncing guitar and vocal loops to the stuff that he does. 

On Jun 10, 2012, at 9:43 PM, mark francombe wrote:

I believe this would work, although, like Per, have not actually used it as such.
I use 1 EDP as my master clock source, and brother synch this to another, in addition I use the beat synch jack to synchronize the delays on the Lexicon Vortex. So both protocols DO work at the same time. However remember that you must set the EDP to OUT or IN. So im not sure whether you get a beat in functionality when it is set to OUT.
Would you not want to synchonise the 808 FROM the EDP via a clock to Din synch box? or doe sthe master clock have to be FROM the 808?

On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 1:08 PM, philip meyers <philip.ojc@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm not exactly clear from the manual whether it is possible to use beatsync and brother sync at the same time.

I'm thinking of taking one of the individual outs from an 808 into the beatsync jack and using that EDP as the master for a pair of EDPs (brothersync'd in stereo)

I only have access to one working EDP right now, so I can't test this at home. 



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