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Uploaded on Oct 30, 2009
In this Video you see the AKAI MPC-3000 as Hardware Sync Master showing an application for the Sync-Lock in a non-computer based setup. Two tracks are created in the MPC-3000. Track 1 has the Sync-Lock [Pulse] sample loaded and recorded quantized at 64 Triplets which equates to 24ppq. Track 2 has a single sample at the start of Bar 1. These two pulse samples are routed to Direct Outputs 1 and 2 of the MPC-3000 respectively and then the outputs connected to the inputs of the Sync-Lock. Din Sync from the Sync-Lock drives a Roland TB-303 and the Midi Clock drives a midi pattern in an MV-8000. The Click you hear at the start of the video is a Quarter Note Quantized Click from the MPC itself as a reference. Next the TB-303 is turned up followed by the Roland MV-8000 pattern and then a direct feed from the Sync-Lock Analogue Trigger Output. By using this method - dedicated Din Sync (without prior conversion) , Midi Clock and Arp Triggers may be generated from the Hardware Master device without sacrificing or sharing on board Midi Ports that may still be used for Note, Control or Sysex Data. This application may be used with Hard Disk Recorders also. You need two outputs or tracks per Sync-Lock. For lots of external hardware running alternate timing divisions - up to four Sync-Locks can be used with an MPC-3000 using 8 Direct Outputs.