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Author Topic: Opcode Translator ProSync (1991? 1992?)  (Read 2928 times)

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Opcode Translator ProSync (1991? 1992?)
« on: December 21, 2015, 11:25:26 AM »
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Translator ProSync

Macintosh
Translator ProSync features include:

2 MIDI INs and 6 MIDI OUTs for 32 channel MIDI operation, to address multiple MIDI devices discreetly.
Reads and Writes SMPTE, synchronizes to audio and video tape at 24, 25, 29.97 and 30 non-drop frame rates.
MIDI Thru Switches, for keeping computer peripherals hooked up.
Jam Sync, for fixing time code dropouts and regenerating time code.
Power, SMPTE and MIDI IN/OUT LEDs, instantly shows MIDI activity.
The Translator ProSync comes with OMS (Open Music System) configuration software, and features a sturdy black plastic case. A rack-mount kit will be available at a later date.