MESSE09: ADIG Human Synchronizer Runs the Show

Tempo recording and export      06/04/09

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We saw this brilliant piece of software at NAMM - the ADIG Human Synchronizer will take an audio input, MIDI, footpedal etc and generate MIDI clock to run the machines in your setup – software or hardware. This means that the drummer can now be in charge of the whole of the feel of the show and not just rigidly sticking to preprogrammed click track. That's got to be a Good Thing right? Actually, no need to answer that one.


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