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MIDI Timecode
The
MIDI Timecode
selection area determines if
MIDI Timecode
, or
MTC
as it is commonly
referred to, will be translated simultaneously and output from your console’s
MIDI Output
connector when
SMPTE/EBU
timecode is received (or when using internally generated
timecode) to provide a reference in tapeless studio environments.
Choosing MIDI Timecode Output
1. To choose to output
MIDI
timecode select the
Yes
radio button in the
Output
window.
2. Click
No
to stop outputting
MIDI
timecode.
Machine control
Supertrue
provides machine control facilities for external devices via suitable 3rd party
synchroniser devices such as
Motionworker
and
Adams Smith Zeta III
as well as control
of
Supertrue’s
own internal timecode. These facilities are accessed via the dedicated Amek
Machine Control
panel.
Supertrue
supports a range of most commonly used machine control synchronisers. If an
external synchroniser is to be used, this must be setup via the drop-down
Machine
Control Menu.
The transport functions will operate on
Supertrue’s
own internal timecode if the timecode
source is set to internal. This provides the ability for the system to act as the master clock
source for tapeless studios via it’s simultaneously outputted
MIDI
timecode capability.
To Select an External Synchroniser
1. Click on the
Machine Control
drop-down list.
2. Select the name of the synchroniser you want to use.
3. The name of the device will appear in the
Machine Control
window.
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