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The multiclock manual is only available in English for now. It gives you advice on synchronisation, technical details and tips’n’tricks.
There is not much to explain here. If you nevertheless need the content of the manual paper card in your box for any purpose, find it here.
Please find the VST/AU/AAX Audio Sync plugin for your multiclock here:
>=10.7, Intel: VST/VST3/AU/AAX
>=10.11, Intel + M1: VST/VST3/AU
Multiclock_Plugin_WIN_v1.0.7 (zip, AAX)
Multiclock_Plugin_WIN_v1.0.9 (zip, VST/VST3)
Please find the latest system software for your multiclock here:
Please find the sync sample to generate your own sync tracks here:
Also, there is a ready-to-use MIDI clip to trigger the sample:
“In practice, the midiclock worked extremely well. (…) And the resync function sets the clock deviated devices quickly back to the right path.”
“Our measurements showed without any doubt that the midiclock can improve the timing of a setup to a great extent.”
“The midiclock is manufactured in Berlin in cooperation with local suppliers.
Each unit is actually still handmade.”
Pictures of the multiclock for magazines and webshops and You.
Pictures of the midiclock⁺ for magazines and webshops and You.
Pictures of the brightside for magazines and webshops and You.
We compiled our research about the impact of clock jitter on MIDI syncable DAWs into a technical report. Learn how the midiclock⁺ makes your performance feel much tighter!
The implementation of a DIN Sync/sync24 clock with Stop/Continue contains a few pitfalls. Read our report about the implementation in the midiclock⁺ if you want to know how it goes.
As the multiclock plugin is based on the open source JUCE framework, you can find the sourcecode for your own purposes here.