Same as the master-synchro module but works as local synchro module but takes effect on the current patch or sub-patches only.
It Allows the creating of poly-tempo patches and workspaces.
The Synchro Local Module tempo is applied to of all plug-ins,
Sends 1 value when the cycle starts.
Cycle length: Number of bars in the cycle.
Number of beat in the cycle.
Current position in the cycle.
Sends 1 value when the cycle position changes.
Cycle duration in milliseconds.
Bar Len: Number of beats in the bar.
Current position in the bar (beats).
Sends 1 value with the beat.
Bar duration in milliseconds.
Current eighth note position in the beat (1 or 2).
Sends 1 value when the eighth note position changes.
Current sixteenth note position in the beat (1, 2, 3, and 4).
Sends 1 value when the sixteenth note position changes.
Restarts the synchronization from the beginning of the cycle.
Erases the proceeding adjustments by tap tempo in case of mistakes.
Adjusts the tempo by successive taps.
Multiplies the current tempo by 2.
Divides the current tempo by 2.
Set or get the global tempo.
Switches ON or OFF the synchronization.
The PPQ position is generally used in plug-ins. Give PPQ the position within current cycle
List of bars with their time signature for the cycle. A cycle can be made of several bar with different time signatures, for example:
4/4 4/4 3/4
Represents a cycle of two 4/4 bars and a 3/4 bar, so 11 beats. Allowed time signatures are x/1, x/2, x/4, x/8, x/16.
Moreover, you can define a precise tempo for each bar, for example
4/4=120 3/8=90 7/4=100
The first 4/4 bar will be at tempo=120, the second 3/8 at 90 and so on.
Disable the synchro module.