asked Jan 27 '14 at 23:12 by mrsnatches (11)

Hi all,

Apologies if I missed it somewhere in preferences, but can Bitwig do MIDI sync for external devices? Not seeing it so far...

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Go to preferences / controllers, you can add a MIDI clock transmitter there.

I tried it with an external midi sequencer, and the MIDI clock did drift quite a lot.. not sure if this is to do with Bitwig or something else, but I did not have the problem in Ableton..

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answered Feb 01 '14 at 17:15 by elemental (381)

Yeah I have a bad drift as well in Linux..compared to the SEQ24 software which runs very well.

  — (Apr 10 '15 at 13:51) ratsnake

I have had success with Roland AIRA TB-3 external midi sync for usage of the TB-3's sequencer without any drift. Perhaps your drift is being caused by interface latency?

  — (May 07 '15 at 03:19) Mikey

Same here on Linux with jack and alsa midi bridge, unusable drift unless one likes rotating sequences. Note triggering however is fine.

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answered May 03 '15 at 19:15 by fubsan (11)

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