Syn303 wrote:However... will this be tight like my Sync Gen II Pro, or just sloppy being fed midi clock from a pc ?
I very much doubt that Roland has managed to solve the OS based problems of midi sync via USB... I fear that using audio outs (like Innerclock, Expert Sleepers or the ACME) is the only solution to that... The question is though whether the internal clock will be solid or not on the SBX1... Anyways it sure will be solid after a Sync Gen Pro...
Sir Ruff wrote:Looks very useful, but why include the Sync48 option? Aside from Korg's three, not very good drum machines, does anything else in the world use the 48ppq? I guess I shouldn't complain, but it just seems like an odd inclusion in this day and age, especially given its an obsolete sync type from another manufacturer.
There's also some "pre-dinsync" sequencers and drummachines (Linndrum, DMX, Zyklus MPS1, etc.), usually not with a din plug though (easy enough to solder a breakout cable). Also some modules are noticeably tighter when clocked faster (e.g. Pamela's Workout).