From Pierre Z.
Sent Wed, Dec 6th 1995, 01:21
On Tue, 5 Dec 1995 email@example.com wrote: > Yes, but you don't need a Kenton, (unless you have other analogs you want to > CV as well) > What you need is either A Doepfer box (not sure of name, but it is in their > catalog) that'll read MIDI clock, and output DIN sync clock. Thiis way, > you'll have the 606 running in sync w/MIDI. > Or, there's a company in England called PhillipRees, eho manufacture's a > similar product, that is much cheaper! > It is the MDS24. If yopu want a number (England) write back, I'll have to > find it > J303 > Actually, I need the Kenton pro2, to MIDI my CS15. So does the Pro2 have DIN sync or not? One more question: Is "DIN sync" same as "DCB"? If not does the Pro2 have DCB? ================================================================== ___ ___ | | / Pierre Zarokian ~~~ ~/~ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | /__ URL: http://www.csun.edu/~hbcsc349/ ==================================================================