Re: Doepfer Madness ! (fwd)

From Stefan Gruhl (CIP 92)
Sent Thu, Jan 21st 1970, 01:00

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> From analogue-owner@hyperreal.com Sun Oct  8 02:16:02 1995
> From: jaschoenly@vaxsar.vassar.edu
> Date: Sat, 07 Oct 1995 21:07:02 -0500
> Subject: Re: Doepfer Madness !
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> roboboy asks:
> 
> >On Sat, 7 Oct 1995, Chris Sattinger wrote:
> >
> >> New stuff:  u$d, "subject to current exchange rate."
> >> MSY1 : midi to (roland type) sync convertor
> >                 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> >Is this DIN sync?
> >
> 
> Yes, this is Roland's 24 ppq DIN sync (as opposed to Korg's 48 ppq sync,
> etc.).  Other devices that perform the MIDI to DIN Sync function include
> the Roland SBX boxes that Chris mentioned, the Korg KMS-30, and the Roland
> MSQ sequencers.

With the diff, that the doepfer can do almost any other as well.
Almost means, you can dipswitch it inside to divede down to almost
and part of it. I.d. like me dividing thru 12 and getting 16 triggers
a measure etc...
stefan


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