Re: [Doepfer_a100] Sync LFO to Midi time code?
- Nina and I have figured out a way of making it smoother in a way that's more predictive than changing things after the fact. It doesn't involve slew limiting. It's inherently imperfect but for most practical purposes should be the most useful solution. It's less elegant under the hood, but the outcome should be good. She's a bit more tight lipped than me though, so I'd have to run it past her before divulging all our secrets. :)
- oops! sorry :-) i'm on mac & motu.
did not know that about the different technical approaches between you & volta - interesting! at this point it's not an issue (i need every channel of my interfaces for audio - too many toys ^_^ ), but i was checking out your stuff a while back, especially for sync possibilities.
From: Os <os@...>
To: doepfer_a100 <Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 1:36 AM
Subject: Re: [Doepfer_a100] Sync LFO to Midi time code?
Volta is Mac only, and Scott is on PC (presumably, if he's running Sonar).
I was of course leading in to a recommendation of (my own, I admit)
Silent Way when I asked Scott where the MIDI was coming from.
It seems a very strange thing to do, to have a computer send out a
series of messages on a serial cable, which some other hardware has to
decode, sync to, and attempt to generate a solid LFO from. Why not
just send the LFO from the computer? This is the Silent Way approach.