The following is done with no sync; no timecode whatsoever
I record 8 bars of MPC click track to an audio track in Pro Tools. I then tab to transient the first click of each 2 bars loop, and put each two bar loop on top of eachother using different audio tracks.
The clicks DO NOT ALWAYS LINE UP. Sometimes they are way off; sometimes they are close. Sometimes some are dead on, sometimes others are dead on, etc etc.
Please help. Please advise. Tell me why this is the "most accurate sequencer..."
I have pics as well I can upload if really neccesary
No I will not let it be off. I'm not looking for opinions here, I'm looking for factual help. I refuse to let this thing play beats before the beginning of the bar and have my duplicating and chopping get all ****ed up. Especially when everything I sequence comes from the MPC and it adds up to 20 tracks sometimes.
I love humanizing, I love things before the beat, I love things after the beat, and I love things on the beat. The point is: I want to decide when and where this happens. Read the article - humanizing is not when "off" happens randomly, but when we humans decide where it happens, and by how much
My MPC1000 was more accurate than this thing. Something must be wrong somewhere.
I will do the test tonight, and try the spdif out as well, but I can clearly see we're talking about at least 100 samples in some cases.