Time Factor midi clock out…..

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    • #107782
      Django75
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      Hi, I want to tap tempo on my time factor (3.0) to send midi clock to an adrenalinn 3 and sync it to the….How can I set time factor?…I have selected the midi clock out in the utulity….but the adrenalinn doesn't follow time factor…

    • #121889
      brock
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      Have you also set the TimeFactor Output to XMT (instead of THRU)?  It's at the same System level as the Clk Out setting.  The default MIDI Sync setting in the AdrenaLinn III is "in", so that shouldn't be the problem.  ("i-o" will also work there, but not "oUt").

    • #122797
      Irfan
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      i had rocktron midi mate as midi floor board,my routing using midi solutions thru

      midimate thru 1 : eventide pitch factor->eventide time factor–> adrenalinn 3

                        thru 2 : Nova Drive

      can i assign my midi mate as  midi #cc and #pc nor tap tempo trigger to sync all the stompbox on thru 1? what is the best set up for it ,is it correct if im set all the eventide as thru mode on output?

      thx

    • #133943
      badmelonfarmer
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      Hi,

      I had a Midimate and spent ages trying to get TapTempo to work, bottom line is that it will not work as the Midimate can only act as a "latching" switch for midi cc so the first press sends a value of 127 for on and then on second press it sends a value of 0 for off. The Eventide, and most other midi units I have come across, need a momentary set up where 127 is sent when you press the button and  0 is sent when you release the button.

      So the problem is that only half of the presses register as beats… So your tempo will be half of what you tap in.

      I spoke with rock from and they confirmed that there is no way to change this on the Midimate.

      There is also no way to alter how the Eventide boxes work either. 

      I ended up buying a more capable controller to be able to get this to work.

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