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Old 01-21-2002, 11:08 AM
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Default Midi timing/Set-up in PT 5.1.1

Hey,

I'm learning to use midi in Protools, just so I don't die stupid.
Coming from Logic, it's a bit of a schock, I must say.
I understand now why people hate OMS, but anyway.

Question: Why on earth is the metronome completely out of whack on the first two beats of the count off?
Is that a feature to keep you on your toes?

My set-up is PT 5.1.1 + G4 533 + Unitor 8 through Griffin serial adapter thingy + OMS 2.3.8.

Also, is there a way to get patch names in PT even though I don't have an Opcode interface?

I didn't realize that Midi in PT was so...primitive.

Thanks for the help.

Ciao,

Fab
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