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Help with Yamaha CS2x timing issues

Postby Oscillation Loop » Wed Mar 24, 2010 1:54 am

Hi,

i wonder if anyone can help - i have owned a CS2x for 10 yrs from new and of late am experiancing timing issues with the arppegiator when recording via line input into my PC. After recording as a wave file and importing into my sequencer (FL Studio 8 or Acid 7) i can see that the waveform is loosing time as the bars progress. Say for example i record a drum pattern with a kick drum on the first hit of each bar, the kd will gradually move further away from the first hit point so it becomes out of sync with the other samples. I have tried various things to resolve this including a full factory reset of the synth. I have spoken to the team at Yamaha yet they were puzzled and drew a blank saying it should be doing that. If any fellow CS2x users can shed any light on the matter i would be ever grateful, i love arppegiations and am finding it very frustrating not being able to get a tight responce, as you can i'm sure appreciate!

Thanks everyone.

Regards,
Gary
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Re: Help with Yamaha CS2x timing issues

Postby cornutt » Wed Mar 24, 2010 2:12 am

Hmm. What are you using as your clock source? Is it the CS2x's internal clock, or are you syncing it to MIDI clock?
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Re: Help with Yamaha CS2x timing issues

Postby cornutt » Thu Mar 25, 2010 1:25 pm

It looks like we've got two threads going on this topic, so I'll lock this one.
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