HI Robin, thanks for your reply
Sorry if I was unclear, I also said I had a clock source derived from the audio. I just want an additional stop message to reset the synths. To be completely informative, I use the ERM VST plugin that usually feeds sync pulses to their multiclock, and feed this into a semi-modular synth clock input. That synth outputs regular midi clock when clocked to analog and it happens that that clock is rock solid, completely jitter-free which is what I need because in my productions I overdub external sequencers and arpegiators with lots of percussive material: I only use hardware midi devices. So this works basically like the USAMO from Expert Sleepers, or a stripped down 1 channel version of the ERM Multiclock.
Thanks, that might be just what I need. Will try ASAP!
That’s eactly what I need to: that’s why I asked the initial question: I need to send a “stop” message so that the sequencers reset themselves to start at bar1/beat1 when a new “start” message is received. I normally use a Retrokits RK OO2 cable I coded a Arduino sketch for to (amongst other functions) transform “continue” messages into “start” messages that are issued on the 1st beat of the next bar (derived from the SPP)
I’m using Mixbus 32C 6.1.22 (rev 6.1-22-ge24d44d) and didn’t recently check the latest Ardour release, also because in the meantime I found this jitter-free clocking solution that works really well (for free!). Did the fix propagate into MixBus already? I’ll perform my testing routine ASAP. Great news that it has been adressed!
PS: (edit) Is there a ready-to-use version of that midi clock generator available for Windows? I used to code VST’s myself but it’s been a while and have nothing set up to compile any code, apart from Arduino