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This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.
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== Introduction==
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You can adapt the playlist to listen to timecode. To make MXWendler listen to a timecode, you must first activate MTC Listening first '''(A)''':
 
You can adapt the playlist to listen to timecode. To make MXWendler listen to a timecode, you must first activate MTC Listening first '''(A)''':
  
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==Setting up the Timecode==
 
1. Enable a Midi Device:  
 
1. Enable a Midi Device:  
 
:'''Settings &rarr; IO &rarr; Midi General &rarr; Devices &rarr; restart'''
 
:'''Settings &rarr; IO &rarr; Midi General &rarr; Devices &rarr; restart'''

Revision as of 11:33, 25 March 2020

This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.

Introduction

You can adapt the playlist to listen to timecode. To make MXWendler listen to a timecode, you must first activate MTC Listening first (A):

Setting up the Timecode

1. Enable a Midi Device:

Settings → IO → Midi General → Devices → restart

2. Enable MTC Listening:

Settings → IO → Midi General → MTC → restart (Sync Time to MTC is not required for this function)

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MXWendler now receives MTC timecode. To use the timecode in the playlist, you must enter the timecodes in the playlist.

1. Open the Playlist Tab.
2. Double-click on the left-most column, the 'Comment Column'.
3. Enter a timecode such as 00:00:00:01 (hh:mm:ss:frame). (B)

The playlist now responds to MTC. Follow these rules when using MTC:

You do not have to enter MTC in each playlist row
You can freely mix timecodes, meaning that earlier times can appear later in the playlist

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