Stereoping Peach Clock - perfect midiclock sync between Volcas and FL Studio

Published on Sep 30, 2016 stereoping

"Your Volca/Drumbox does not want to run in sync with FL Studio over midiclock? This video shows the reason and my experimental workaround: the STEREOPING PEACH CLOCK. It converts audio pulses sent from the DAW into Midi Clock information (START/CLOCK/STOP) for the Volcas. Now they run perfectly synced together with FL Studio as proofed in the video. This is



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