25th November 2017 at 22:50 #29164ValentinaParticipant
Hi, I’m using LP 16 to play some backing tracks and one wav click track. I need to synchronize the metromome of a looping machine to the click track played by LP 16. I want to make a loop performance synchronized to backing tracks and to the rest of the band (that follows the wav click). So I would like to set LP 16 as the master and send a midi clock message through midi port to my looping machine (the slave). Is it possible? How can I create a midi track with tempo information?
If this feature isn’t supported yet, there is another solution to my problem? I would like to avoid the use of a computer, I’ve bought LP 16 just for this reason.
Thank you very much, I hope I have explained the issue well27th November 2017 at 17:01 #29167
Unfortunately the LP-16 does not sends out midi clock.
It can send out regular midi data including controller changes and sysex data but no midi clock or midi time code.
For this reason I cannot provide you a solution for your use case.5th April 2018 at 12:19 #29625Gabriel CaclinParticipant
I saw many topics years ago about this feature (Midi clock capability) but it looks it is still not available.
Is there any plan to get this in a further release or is there a technical hardware limitation that cannot make it possible?
In facts, the Midi feature of the LP-16 is really nice, but I cannot understand why it can’t manage the midi tempo… probably there are no hardware clock/lfo within that cannot generate a clock?
Thanks.6th April 2018 at 09:17 #29628
Unfortunately the LP-16 is lack of free resources to do that, for this reason there’s no plan to implement that feature on LP-1630th April 2018 at 21:50 #3335630th August 2018 at 23:26 #41346Alix PAREParticipant
That’s a basic function!!!!!
Does the LP-16 send MIDI clock, CC and program change messages?
Now I’m in big trouble for my new professionnal music band. I need its MIDI Clock!!!
After 2 years of using this LP-16, it’s appear like an expensive toy tat I paid 340€ in november 2016 just before price changing to 240€ 2 months later (Thomann).
I think I’ll never buy any other Cymatic products…31st August 2018 at 00:08 #41348Alix PAREParticipant
Finally, a simple MP3 player looks most powerful as your LP-16…
Are you kidding us????
LP-16 can’t read MIDI CLOCK
LP-16 can’t mix audio tracks in the box
LP-16 can’t manage USB stick directly connected on him while connected to uTool (We are in 2018 guys… Do you know every printers can do that since many years???)
LP-16’s uTool need hours and hours at each export equally if songs has only one change since previous export…
LP-16 looks unable to be correctly MIDI controlled…
I’m really angry about Cymatic…
While I planned to buy my LP-16 in november 2016, I contacted your support who confirmed it can play MIDI CLOCK.
Finally, I did not use its function in the musical project for what I bought your machine. Now, I’m working on a new project and I was convinced about that…
You Cymatic looks like beginners in this business…
I have to switch to FAMC’s Liquid Tracks LT-100 immediately. It looks more professional…31st August 2018 at 07:21 #41350
Are you seriously comparing a stereo mp3 player which has midi implementation to the LP-16 multitrack player and not latest your device cost twice?
I don’t think it is fair to compare a completely different device just because it fits better to your needs.
I’m really sorry to hear that the LP-16 does not fits to your needs however there are at least couple of thousand other user who is happy with the device.
As I am the only one who is handle support requests I’m wondering who told you that the device supports midi clock? Do you still have this email?
5th September 2018 at 07:29 #41449LeoParticipant
- This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by Laszlo.
I’m not sure about your device, but I think there must be midi controlled tap tempo function and stop/start metronome. I use tap tempo function of my guitar processor in every single song and it works fine. Just give it a try. Usually there are little less obvious ways to solve the problem
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