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Posted by Stef on September 01, 2003 at 09:21:13:

In Reply to: Re: Cakewalk sequences are speeding up when slaved to a Fostex D-108, and the audio is making chipmunks out our music... posted by Stef on September 01, 2003 at 09:10:34:

: : : Yeah, I've tried the tempo ratios thing already, thinking it might have something to do with that. All it did is now s l o w down the recording; meanwhile, it's still the same problem with the sequences playing back at double speed.

: : Okey-dokey, back to the drawing board. I wonder if you could play around with some of the timing options? You probably already have. E.g. in Project Options you could choose a synchronization method; the manual talks about SMPTE/MIDI Time Code Sync (SMPTE/MTC) as a "method of synchronization that lets Cakewalk act as a slave to an external device".

The thing about the Kawai and the Korg should read: "the Kawai Q-70 I was using before upgrading to a computer, or the Korg M1's sequencer...".

The next paragraph should've said:
: I love Cakewalk, but it was purchased after the Fostex gear, and due to that huge of an investment I am reluctant to go all Cakewalk.

And now I am really going for breakfast...

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