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Old 12-29-2011, 11:59 AM
Trailerman Trailerman is offline
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Default External Clock->Sync IO->LoopSync - Does this work?

Quick dumb one as I'm setting up some new PT hardware.

I'd like to simplify clocking of my ProTools system (6 interfaces) and avoid clocking them all individually from the studio's master clock.

To this end, is it possible to have my Sync I/O clocked externally (from the studio's master clock) and then acting as Loop Sync master to the 6 HD interfaces? I'm assuming it is, but just thought I should check before I start re-cabling.

Also, I'm assuming a Sync IO (blue-face - not the newer HD one) will work ok with ProTools HDX and a mixture of blue and black-face interfaces?

Thanks in advance

Jules
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