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MS2000B Arp Sync Problems

 
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 8:24 pm    Post subject: MS2000B Arp Sync Problems Reply with quote

My research has shown me that I am not alone with having trouble getting the arp to hold sync over time. I do not mind a little drift but 50 plus ms is too much.

I am experiencing this problem with the clock set to internal as well as external. Key Sync on or off makes no difference...actually with Key Sync on I get even more lag, like a mini stutter between new notes.

I had a somewhat similar issue a few months back and was able to solve the stutter between new notes by having the arp target set to ''both.''

When I sequence notes without the arp on my lag is 5 to 6 ms. With the arp on the first note does not record until 50 ms after the midi note's starting point. Even weirder is that the proceeding notes are often too early!

I am a longtime Cubase user and have everything in the sync settings setup correctly.

Has anyone found a work around for this issue or is there something I have not tried yet?

My firmware version is 1.08 (which I believe is the most up to date).

Any help would be fantastic! Cheers
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