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I have a sequencer that I've used historically to send MIDI signal to guitar pedals (digital delays and the like) to set the tempo on the delays to be in conjunction with the sequencer. This was the first feature I looked into when messing around with a Helix for the first time last night and I found that I was unable to send from my sequencer into the Helix and it looks like it's on account of there being no MIDI clock feature. Do you suppose this is because the Helix is designed to the master, not the slave?
Hello there, first post et al. I really searched the forum and internet for an answer to this and i would be amazed if this were not possible: I want to sync a Pod 2.0 (newer one i guess) with Ableton Live 9. Basically i want the Tap Tempo to be aligned with Live 9 to record guitar tracks via audio with a synced delay. I know that i will have to adjust the right type (4/4, 8/8 etc.) on the Pod itself but basically the Pod should adjust with whatever Tempo i am recording a certain song in. I know there is a CC message for Tap Tempo (CC64) but that did not really work and i would really just like to just connect the Pod2.0 with a Midi Interface to Live 9 and strum away without having to build a midi track with sync data. I would also like to use the Pod in a live situation where other devices (2xKaoss Pad 3) are tempo-synced with a Macbook Pro. Is the Pod 2.0 really that old to not support this? Thanks for any help and again: I really did look for this specific question but did not find any conclusive answer.