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Author Topic: Syncing Tempo of V-Collection or Analog Lab application to DAW Tempo.  (Read 8214 times)

TonyFlyingSquirrel

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I posted this here because it's not specific to just one of the classic instruments, but all of them.
Short of trying to twist the knob to the exact project tempo, can anyone advise of a simple way of locking them up together, especially when using the sequencer portion of any given application such as the Jupiter or ARP2600?
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Arp 2600 :
- switch the MIDI sync switch on in sequencer module. (check attachment)

Jupiter 8
- switch on the "sync" button in the sequencer module. (check attachment)

Please take time to look at the manual. You'll have answer to this kind of questions.
http://www.arturia.com/support/downloads&manuals
.......testing.......

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Thanks so much Ben! :D
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