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How to Sync Novation Impulse's Internal Clock With Logic

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by NewAux, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. NewAux

    NewAux New Member

    I haven't been able to figure out how to sync the internal tempo of my Novation Impulse 49 to the set tempo in Logic. I have my Impulse clock source set to Auto. I've also tried the USB setting but that doesn't seem to work either.

    I'm suspecting that I'm overlooking a setting in Logic. Any ideas? :brkwl:
     
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  3. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Have you set Logic's Synchronization settings in your project to transmit MIDI clock.

    Try that and/or transmitting MIDI time code.....
     

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  4. NewAux

    NewAux New Member

    Unfortunately, neither method has worked for me, yet.

    I'm testing the clock source while using Impulses's built in arpeggiator function. I also go in to check the tempo setting on the Impulse while making changes because I suspect that when I enable the correct sync setting that the clock will reflect the change.
     
  5. NewAux

    NewAux New Member

    Eli, I want to make certain that what I'm trying to do will even be possible.

    What I'm hoping for it that when I sync, Impulses's built in arpeggiator will sync up with my Logic project's tempo. So that when I enable the function on my Impulse will I no longer have to manually configure the arpeggiator's tempo to match the tempo in my Logic project.
     
  6. NewAux

    NewAux New Member

    Wait! It seems that what I needed to do was stop and hit play again in my project. But now, Impulse's tempo reads 83 while Logic reads 84. Ideas?
     
  7. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Try this:

    • Press Shift + the Roll button on the Impulse. This will bring you to the Tempo page.

    • Once on the Tempo page, press the + button on the Impulse once to bring you to the clock source page.

    • From there, use the data knob to cycle through the available clock sources.

    • Make sure Logic is sending clock.
     

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