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Thread Clock Distribution probs - Help

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funkifizied

funkifizied

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1 Posted on 04/24/2005 at 04:57:28
Given the following pieces of equipment, what method would be the best to distribute clock so that all the equipment is synchronised??

Yamaha O2R96 with 2xMY16-AT
Alesis ADAT HD24
Tascam DA20mkII
Digidesign Digi001


This is for an assignment! :rolleyes: - Ive researched a lot on this but need a point of view.

Thanks!
KitC

KitC

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2 Posted on 04/24/2005 at 07:47:43
Standard word clock is suitable for most equipment you stated but digidesign products require superclock. Check out the following links:

https://www.apogeedigital.com/products/bigben.php

and

https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jan98/articles/slavedriver.htm
funkifizied

funkifizied

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3 Posted on 04/26/2005 at 21:52:06
hey thanks for the info!

the yamaha 02R has the most stable clock (i found out!) .. will set it up so tht the other devices are slaves.


cheers!
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