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Old 02-21-2011, 09:58 AM
fenders fenders is offline
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Default Is using HDSP9652 ADAT Sync possible?

I'm using a HDSP 9652 with Pro Tools 9 on Windows 7. Now I'm trying to find a way to "almost sample accurate" lock the system to my MAC DAW. Simply using MTC/MMC via MIDI IN is not working very well, positional information is drifting within 1 frame (40ms) each time I record something.
So now I'm feeding the 9652 ADAT Sync Input with the ADAT Sync Output of a Motu Digital Timepiece and in the Hammerfall DSP Settings window I can see the corresponding Time Code that my DAW puts out. So far, so good.
But how can PT 9 recognize the positional information coming from the ADAT Sync Signal? In PT Peripherals Setup only the 2 MIDI-Ports of the 9652 are available.

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PT10 HD2 Icon D-Command - Mac Pro - SYNC I/O - OS X 10.8.5 +++ PT11 - RME HDSP 9652 - MC Control + Mix
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