From Scott Koladich
Sent Tue, Oct 17th 1995, 23:39
On Tue, 17 Oct 1995, Timothy Pasch wrote: > > > On Mon, 16 Oct 1995, Adam Muntner wrote> > > You do not want to midi it or trigger it externally. Learn it's internal > > sequencer. accent every note, slap it, make it scream. get a msq-100 to > > do midi clocks to din sync and sync that puppy up. > > > So far I've been told that I can't send it any CV/gate signals, > only DIN sync- but I see a CV input on the thing. Still, I'd like to try > out the internal sequencer. What is the msq-100? Basically now that I > have the 202 I need a device that does midi clocks/roland sync; I also > need a Midi/cv inerface for the 2600 and modular. Which Kenton unit will > do both cv and sync? Or would it be more economical to get a msq-100? > Gracias > Tim > > You can try inputting CV/Gate, but it quantizes the input and there is a long delay (maybe 100ms at the least) before it actually generates the sound. DO NOT GET A MIDI->CV CONVERTOR FOR IT! I REPEAT: DO NOT GET A MIDI->CV CONVERTOR FOR IT! UUUUUUUUUUUSSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEEEEEEE TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHEEEEEEE IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNNTERNAL SEQQQQQQQQQQQQQQUENNNNNNNNNNNNNCER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!