Re: Re:SOLVED! – Re:multiple h/w sequencers & timing

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duncan
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he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it! he’s fixed it!

I’m sat here with a colin-fraser-midi’d tb303 as my master clock & the octopus is staying perfectly in time with it from 50bpm to around 160bpm…. I’m really too tired to be more scientific about this right now, but "early results are encouraging". there’s also a P3 in the rig, & all three are locked together fine now. I reading the bpm from the front of a line-6 echo pro.

BY THE WAY- I forgot this, & wasted half-an-hour, because the genoqs "elf loader" doc hasn’t been adjusted… if you’re using zterm on a mac, you need to go to the files>transfer convert menu & change it to ordinary binary or you’ll get an unknown image response from the octopus.

erm…. anyone want to buy some delay boxes?

duncan. very happy.