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Audiowerkstatt Releases Midi-clock-shifter

May 16, 2014
The audiowerkstatt midi-clock-shifter helps you to move your MIDI-slave as many MIDI-clock-ticks as you want forward or backward, while running in synchronisation to the MIDI-master. A 7-segment-display shows the direction and number of MIDI-clock-ticks, the MIDI-slave has been moved.

A tool, for on-the-fly correction of a MIDI-slave, that is not reliable or to push a loop, that is not recorded in a rhythm, to that rhythm.
And a tool to have fun with playing around with two sequencers and do things like e.g. going slightly forward and backward with one of them.

You can set whether only the MIDI-clock and MMC commands (start, stop, continue) are sent or the MIDI-data, received at the MIDI-in, will be mixed with that.
MIDI in (5-pol DIN)
MIDI out (5-pol DIN)
Power (plug 5,5mm, pin 2,1mm)
(Power-Supply-Unit not included!)
Power: 9-12V AC or DC (polarity doesn´t matter)
Dimensions: 100mm x 65mm x 47mm
Weight: 150g 
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