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Old 02-13-2003, 01:57 PM
J J Macrae J J Macrae is offline
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Default Global Midi Offset

Hello Hello !

I use an HD3 rig. . . I have my old biege G3 running some VST instruments, piped into the HD rig with ADAT optical. . .

I just wondered if the global midi offset in PT affects the MTC & Beat Clock out?

This whole midi aspect in PT seems to need sorting out. . . I got SSC to have something to provide a click within PT. . . One would think that would be rock solid. . ? Oh no. . When I record said click and look at it, it's all over the gaff! I did report this to digi. . Haven't heard a dicky bird.
I take it the "midi time stamping" in V6 will deal with all of this?

JJ
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