What does it do?
Got MIDI gear and Roland DINSYNC kit?
Or need a device that outputs multiple clock rates?
Then this device will help.
Produces dinsync for Roland machines. Also has a built in MIDI Thru, to pass incoming MIDI data to other synths / modules
It outputs standard 24PPQN and start/stop signals. Has MIDI IN, OUT and DINSYNC OUT
Also pins for 1,2,4,8 and 48 PPQN (used on some vintage Korg drum machines)
Has punch in start / stop button
How is it powered?
Comes with 2.1 to USB lead included to power from USB source(0.75m L)
Can also use pretty much any 5v DC 'wallwart' type power transformer, Not supplied. With a 2.1 mm female plug. Positive Tip of the plug.
How do I connect it?
Connect a lead from a master MIDI units MIDI out e.g. TR707 into the MIDI IN jack of this sync unit.
Plug a lead from this units Dinsync out to Dinsync in on slave, TB303/606 etc
Plug in said Power adapter/USB lead
If using a DAW, Cubase, Abelton etc, ensure clock is enabled for the DAW's MIDI output.
e.g. Cubase. Transport>Project sync setup, MIDI clock destination
- Reverse polarity protection
- MIDI Thru port
- Has pad outputs for other resolutions E.G 48PPQN
- RED 24ppqn Run LED
- GREEN start/stop LED
- Excellent sync up to high (300+) BPM rates. Tested on TR606
- High speed socketed opto isolated IC
- Designed and built in N Ireland
- Rugged 5-pin connectors and components
- Dimensions 70mm W x 50mm L x20mm H
- Power consumption 50mA