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Author Topic: MOTU Digital Timepiece (1997) mac/pc synchronization hub  (Read 1967 times)

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MOTU - Mark of the Unicorn - Digital Timepiece
http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/1997_articles/nov97/motudtp.html

http://web.archive.org/web/19970113175452/http://motu.com/pages/DTP.html
http://cdn-data.motu.com/manuals/sync/Digital_Timepiece_Manual.pdf


The Digital Timepiece synchronizes digital audio equipment with knife-edge precision: MOTU Audio 2408™, Digidesign ProTools™ systems (without a VSD™ or SDD™), Alesis ADAT™ (without a BRC™), Tascam DA-88™
(without an SY-88™ or RC-848™), ADAT and DA-88 compatibles, SONY 9-pin video decks, word clock, S/PDIF DAT decks, Digidesign Audiomedia™ II & III, NTSC/PAL video (all formats), computer software and digital audio workstations -
including support for SMPTE time code, VITC, MIDI Time Code and MIDI Machine Control.

Until now, phase-locked synchronization between these systems has been difficult or impossible.
The Digital Timepiece is the first synchronizer to lock them all together with a stable, high-resolution time base - with no dithering, rounding, or software delays.
Choose any one device as the master; all the rest slave precisely and reliably.
And drive everything from a MMC controller, computer sequencer or digital audio workstation.
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