Tap tempo for timeline + nova delay

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  1. Gonash

    Gonash Member

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    Hi guys,

    I've been using timeline and nova delay for quite a while and somehow managed without getting them in sync, but times change ;) and I'm looking for a device that can do that. Nova delay is modded to take external tap tempo and change presets.

    I know of Selah quartztime and Disaster Area smartclock, but I would love a cheaper solution if possible. Don't need preset change etc. I need tap tempo :). Also - the smaller the better.

    Any thoughts?
    Thanks!
     
  2. vatore3rd

    vatore3rd Gold Supporting Member

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    Throne Room makes a tiny tap tempo pedal with one or two outputs for like $40 or less. It is a simple momentary on/off type. I don't know if this type will work with the timeline or nova delays -- you'd have to check the specs. But it certainly is small. I use the Tapestry Audio Time Traveler but it is in the same sort of league as the quartztime, et al.
     
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  3. Gonash

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    Any other ideas? Would timeline recieve non-midi tap tempo signals?
     
  4. kriko71

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    Smart Clock or TNT from Disaster Area. Also Quartz Timer from Selah Effects...
     
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  5. theroan

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    The Timeline only receives tap tempo via midi or TRS through the expression jack. A lot places make multi output tap tempos that will do what you need. But the TRS element makes it a difficult DIY.
     
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