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Thursday, May 12, 2022

Innerclock Systems Visual Click Track

video upload by innerclock2004

Sunday, March 28, 2021

Innerclock Systems TT-5 MIDI/Din Test Tube

video by innerclock2004

Polycarbonate Five Pin Din-Sync/MIDI activity test tube
Check Din-Sync transport and clock signals with LED tempo indicators
Check MIDI Clock transport and clock signals with LED tempo indicators

Monday, October 08, 2018

Rory Dow - Innerclock Systems Review

Published on Oct 8, 2018 innerclock2004

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Elektron A4 Sync Gen II

Published on Feb 19, 2013 innerclock2004·29 videos

"Sorry for the handheld camera! Quick video showing how Sync-Gen II allows for easy and accurate compensation of start lag in external/slave sequencers and drum machines.The mighty Elektron A4 is a nice example - the Start Lag is just over 23ms which would normally cause some sea sickness when slaved. Sync-Gen II allows for 4096 samples (85ms) Advance or Delay over your DAW External Tempo Sync."
Elektron on eBay

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Sync Gen II Cirklon JD 990

Published on Oct 24, 2012 by innerclock2004

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Logic Sync Gen II Cirklon

Published on Oct 23, 2012 by innerclock2004

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Samplitude Sync Gen IIPRO

Published on Oct 10, 2012 by innerclock2004

Thursday, June 07, 2012

Sync-Gen IILS Demo

Sync-Gen IILS Demo G.mp4

YouTube Published on Jun 7, 2012 by innerclock2004

Friday, May 04, 2012

Sync-Shift MKIII with DSI Tempest & AkaiMPC3K

Sync-Shift MKIII Tempest MPC3K.mp4

YouTube Published on May 4, 2012 by innerclock2004

"Quick Vid/No Voiceover - MPC3K Master/DSI tempest Slave. Tempest Audio Hard Left. MPC3K Audio Hard Right. If you are listening through a mixer try setting pans to centre to hear the Flam/Phase. First play Sync-Shift MKIII is in bypass so it is like direct Midi Clock connection. Sounds respectable but the 8ms start lag is messing with the bass frequencies to my ears and the groove is a little rough. Second play - Sync-Shift MKIII set to 1 Bar Delay and then fine tune offset with the Rotary. Third Play - Change offset for slave syncopation. Fourth Play - different syncopation again. Regards - David"

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Sync-Gen IIPRO Easy Setup

Sync-Gen IIPRO Easy Setup.mp4

YouTube Published on May 1, 2012 by innerclock2004

"Unpacking and setting up your Sync-Gen IIPRO."

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Innerclock Systems Sync-Shift MKIII Video Overview & Demo

Sync-Shift MKIII.mp4

YouTube Published on Apr 24, 2012 by innerclock2004

"Midi Clock and Din-Sync Redefined: Real-Time Tempo-Sync Offset Correction and Slave Syncopation Interface

Dedicated and separate Midi Clock to Din-Sync and Din-Sync to Midi Clock Conversion ICs with ultra-low, constant conversion lag time so your sync offset remains fixed and tight.

Proprietry Innerclock Sync-Shift Din Sync Offset and Real-Time Lag Correction Engine lets you compensate for common hardware and software Midi Clock and Din Sync start lag time issues plus it has two full bars of Shift available so you can easily syncopate sync slave devices or software against the master. The rotary push-pull Shift 'Fine Tune' lets you rush or drag the slave against the groove in real-time with no loss of sync. Go from hard 16th swing to phase-locked grid quantised and back again all in one bar and in real-time.

Modular/Discreet design with no CPU multiple personality disorders. We could have done all three jobs on one chip with a shared instruction set but we didn't. From experience, especially where synchronisation is concerned, sharing hardware resources is a bad idea. Each of the three core components that makes up the Sync-Shift Mk III has its own dedicated IC and ultra-lean code. This means they work great in isolation and there is no loss in performance when you connect them together.

The Sync-Shift MKIII is really three separate, high quality devices in one compact package where the whole truly is greater than the sum of the parts."

Thursday, March 08, 2012

Sync-Gen IIPRO Setup E.mp4

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Mar 8, 2012

"Brief overview of our new Sync-Gen IILS Eurorack DAW Tempo-Sync Interface."

Sync-Gen IILS Setup F.mp4

Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Mar 8, 2012

"A slightly more musical example of the Sync-Gen IILS Eurorack DAW Tempo-Sync Module."

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Sync-Gen IILS Demo A.mp4

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Jan 31, 2012

"Ableton Live as precision studio sync-master via Sync-Gen II and our brand new Sync-Gen IILS Eurorack Module. The LS module provides simultaneous rhythmic trigger voltage pulses as well as Midi Clock and Din Sync. This module is the rhythmic link between any DAW recording system and your modular synthesizer system."


Sync-Gen IILS Demo B.mp4

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Jan 31, 2012

"Ableton Live as master DAW running Sync-Gen II software which in turn is driving the new Sync-Gen IILS modular synchronisation interface. Quarter Note trigger pulses from the Sync-Gen IILS are connected to a Cwejman CTG-VC which in turn is firing a TipTop Z-2040 Low pass Filter with high resonance and fast attack to create the Kick sound. The sixteenth interval trigger pulses are simultaneously driving an Analogic-ACS TM-116 sequencer playing a simple melody line."

Thursday, October 06, 2011

Vintage Sync Sync-Gen II.mp4

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Oct 6, 2011

"Many pre-Midi Drum Machines and Step Sequencers use DC Voltage Pulses for external syncronisation. There was no 24 PPQ (Pulses Per Quarter Note) standard in those days so manufacturers used whatever they felt suited their design and most of them were very particular about what pulses they would (or wouldn't!) lock to.

We've had many requests in recent times about the best way to sync these vintage gems to modern computer DAW applications. This basic video shows how easy and tight it is when you use the Sync-Gen II system. To start with you see the Sync-Gen IILE. The Din Sync output is connected to a simple breakout adapter box (email us for details on how to make your own) -- this lets us get access to the raw analogue DC sync pulses being generated by Sync-Gen II. From here I feed the analogue sync pulses via a single cable to the LinnDrum Sync-In socket. Next you see the Sync-Gen II screen where I have set the Global Rate to 48 PPQ which is what the LinnDrum likes to see. I then press play on Ableton Live and you hear the LinnDrum pattern play perfectly locked with an audio click as reference. I then open up two more audio tracks just so you get a feel for the overall pattern. The same principle applies to any vintage hardware sequencer or drum machine -- just change the PPQ Rate in Sync-Gen II to suit. You get zero-latency precision sync plus you can swing, program and stutter the playback too."

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Sync Gen II Twin MacBook Sync

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Jul 31, 2011

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Sync-Gen II Twin MacBook Sync.mp4

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Jul 28, 2011

"Two MacBooks both running Ableton Live 8.2.2. Master MacBook running Sync-Gen II driving the Sync-Lock. Precision Midi Clock from Sync-Lock feeds Midi Input on Slave MacBook Soundcard. Sync-Gen II sets overall tempo-sync offset in samples to compensate for start-lag and slave soundcard latency. As the Midi Clock feeding the slave MacBook is sample accurate with zero jitter and does not compete with any other Midi Data traffic - the sync between master and slave computers is very stable and the offset is fixed. No editing, warping or time correcting of samples - all sounds are stock off the Ableton Live Demo install. No track delay, driver compensation or effects used. A pair of outputs from each MacBook recorded directly as a stereo pair into SoundForge 9."

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Biggie and Anjay Studio A.mp4

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Jul 27, 2011

"Innerclock Systems Sync-Gen II PRO: Cubase is our master time, it sends the audio pulse to the Sync Gen 2 which in turns drives the rest of the gear (as much as we can plug in at once!). The timing out of Cubase 5.5 translates perfectly and we are recording live on the fly back into Cubase with everything lined up on the grid perfectly! It was disconcerting buying all this gear and then sitting there wondering how to keep it all in sync, basically we ripped our hair out until we found David's Innerclock website. Serial #001 arrived and from that day forward, we have been graced with the ability to waste absolutely zero time on setting things up, finally turning it on and pressing space bar and sitting back, to us this has been a god send !!"

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Innerclock Systems Sync-Gen II PRO Demo A.mp4

YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Jun 22, 2011

"Ableton Live as Sync Master driving Innerclock Systems Cynq-Lock via our new Sync-Gen II software driving Elektron Machine Drum (Midi Clock) and Analogics ACS Sequencers/Tip Top Analogue Modular via Cynq-Lock Trigger and Reset Outs. Machine Drum and ACS Sequencers swing from Sync-Gen II Software. No effects. No delays. No post production. No Audio Loop Time correction, warping or track offset."


YouTube Uploaded by innerclock2004 on Jun 22, 2011

"iPhone recording. Ableton Live as Sync Master driving Innerclock Systems Cynq-Lock via new Sync-Gen II software driving Elektron Machine Drum (Midi Clock) and Analogics ACS Sequencers/Tip Top Analogue Modular via Cynq-Lock Trigger/Reset Outs. Machine Drum and ACS Sequencers swung from Sync-Gen II Software. No effects. No delays."

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Sync-Gen II Machine Drum Demo B.wmv

YouTube via innerclock2004 | February 08, 2011 | 0 likes, 0 dislikes

"This demo: G5 running Live 8 and Sync-Gen II. Two Audio Loops in Live. Sync-Gen II is set to drive external hardware at 48 PPQ (Double Time). Machine Drum SPS-1UW MKII has a pattern programmed at 125 BPM but running double time would mean this pattern would play at 250 BPM. By setting Live to play the project at 70 BPM - the Machine Drum pattern sounds right and the Live Audio loops run half-time but remain in perfect sync. You get the tight crispness of the Machine Drum pattern with the crunch of the time-slowed DAW Audio."

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