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Old 04-21-2008, 08:39 AM
theoutlierinn theoutlierinn is offline
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Default HD1 and Rosetta MIDI Sync Issues

hello. i'm new to the post and to pro tools. for years i have been using an apogee rosetta with logic and ableton live connected via firewire and have had no sync issues with my midi gear. i've just installed an hd1 system and an x-hd card in my rosetta but for the moment am still working in ableton live and am encountering sync issues in that the midi clock seems to meander around the live tempo but is not exactly locked. i had been working at 44.1 but with the installation of the HD system i've gone to 96. at first i thought that could be an issue but i seem to have the same problem at 44.1 now. there is also now a delay in fader movements, bank selects, etc. on my mackie control universal. any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. thanks!!!
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