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POD HD Pro X & MIDI-Clock


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It does - you just need to instruct your DAW to transmit MIDI clock information. In Cubase this is in Transport -> Project Synchronization Setup but you might need to consult the manual for your sequencer to find this option. 


I've got mine to work, although it lags behind the click somewhat, which I can't quite figure out how to fix. Maybe you could offer some insight Phil (sorry to hijack!)

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Ah ok thanks! The expert manual doesnt mention anything about MIDI Clock.


Chimp, well thats lollipop too then. You cant pull forward (or delay) the clock signal in your DAW like you can with normal MIDI tracks, can you?


The expert manual on paga 131 under supported MIDI commands says this:

CC064     64~127= Tap     Tap Tempo – Activation


I'm not sure what that means, but sounds like you could emulate pressing the Tap-Btn by sending CC64 from your DAW, so you could try to send them rhytmically on every quarter note, but then the beat/bar position still might not fit with the DAW

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