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Old 10-01-2000, 05:53 AM
Waliid Waliid is offline
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Default Timeline microlynx as my synchroniser??

Is it possible for the timeline microlynx to be used in place of the usd driver??

I can't get PT to lock using the timeline at the momment...


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Old 10-01-2000, 06:33 PM
Jonny Atack Jonny Atack is offline
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Default Re: Timeline microlynx as my synchroniser??

I have one and use it to lock the 2" machine and PT together. Both are slaved to the Microlynx and I use the AD8000 as the master clock for the system (sounds much better than using the Microlynx ACG2 card master clock).

Make sure you have the ACG2 card option for ProTools and that you put PT 'online'.

Getting the system up and running is a PITA but once you've got it sussed out, all works very well. Good luck.

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