Hi nanoloop users,
yesterday I've use my nanoloop 2.7 on gba sp and nanoloop mono with a custom prosound bivert dmg to record a track.
I use a elektron a4 to insert the audio to add a reverb on top of each track.
I try at the beginning to sync them with a lsdjmc2, then with only sync cable, then without sync cable.
I found that the "sync" with a lsdjmc2 or the direct "sync" cable introduce a little bit of hiss and the sync signal seem to be merged a bit with the audio signal. So in the end I play a bit without any sync and I've got no sync signal merged and a pretty good audio signal, it seem to be clean. The good thing is nanoloop 2.x and mono can be well sync without any cable if you keep the same tempo on 2.x and mono.
So my questions is :
- is something wrong on my setup, are you able to reproduce the issue at home ?
- can we sync for example two dmg without hiss or signal merge, because it may come from gba sp+dmg which are not well compatible, it's not a problem for me to use two dmg, i've only one mono card, but I have a nanoloop 1.x card ;
- what are the possibility to record in sync without sound garbage and with a sync cable ?
I've seen this kind of issue this suller when I play my nanoloop 2 slave sync to my korg electribe 2. The sync signal is merged, the electribe e2 has not a good audio input so at the end you hear it. So when you play lots of stuff, it is not too visible, it is just in the beginning of the track or at the end of the track.
Last edited by yoyz2k (December 18, 2016 10:39 am)