Figure 1301. The Clock section.The Clock section lets you specify synchronization settings and the number of subdivisions of the beat (parts per quarter note).The Clock section has the following sections:This section lets you choose what device Cakewalk uses as a timing source, and has the following options:
Internal. Choose this option to use the clock on the computer’s motherboard.
MIDI Sync. Choose this option to sync Cakewalk to an external MIDI device.
SMPTE/MTC. Choose this option to sync Cakewalk to an external device that generates either SMPTE time code or MIDI time code.
Audio. Choose this option to use the clock on the computer’s sound card.This section lets you choose the number of subdivisions of the beat (parts per quarter note), from fifteen choices.
SMPTE/MTC Offset. This section allows you to start Cakewalk playing after it starts receiving time code by an amount you choose in this field of the dialog box. Choose an amount in hours/minutes/seconds/frames format.
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