Matti is a midiclock user. You can check out his work at www.mattikallioinen.com. Here’s his description of his midiclock-integrated setup : The Headsynth is a facemask with seven knobs and an accelerometer reacting to head movements. (is not really a synth, just a MIDI-controller to make it look and feel like you have a synth […]
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Roberto is using midiclock to synchonize the music and lighting for his band Lago dei Cigni.
Creating an input driver is easy. This article will explain how you can create custom mapping of ctrl to bpm. Create MYINPUTDRV.INI in the subdirectory indrv. Create this content (for example, this is for my LPD8, K1 button, use midi learn later on to override the midi input code with your own) [DEVICECONFIGURATION] DEVNAME=MYTESTDEVICE [SPECIAL_COMMANDS] […]
The Zoom G9.2tt is now supported by midiclock. Use the special G92TT.ini output driver to support BPM syncing of a Zoom G9.2tt.
Midiclock now supports the Zoom G7.1u. This is accomplished through a special output driver, which controls the BPM rate of the Zoom G7.1ut. See the diagram below for information how this can be achieved : Alternatively, you could, for example, control the tempo by tapping your G7.1ut’s pedal:
Hi, you can find a draft version of the documentation for midiclock here. Enjoy !
The Boss Digital Recording Studio (Version 2) can be synchronized by MTC commands. This feature is still under development, as a result, the BR-1600CD is currently not yet supported by midiclock.
The Yamaha Motif XS can be synced to midiclock. Here’s a quick guide how to set this up : On the screen shown below, edit parameter (5) :Midi Sync. You can set this to Auto or MIDI to synchronize with midiclock : Setting MIDI : the XS will always sync to the external midi clock […]
The Yamaha Motif ES can be synced to midi clock. Use the following menu : [F5] MIDI –>[SF3] SYNC–>MIDI Sync : Set to ‘internal’ for synchronization to internal clock. Use this setting when this synthesizer is to be used alone or as the master clock source for other equipment. Set to ‘MIDI’ for synchronization to […]
The yamaha MM6 and MM6 can be connected to a pc through USB. This allows the same MIDI workflow as usual on you computer. By setting the external clock to ‘on’ in the utility menu, you can enable the midi clock reception for your instrument.