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Chapter 14.  Working in Sync  >  Resolving Differences

Resolving Differences

Synchronizing Cubase implies that you are resolving the differences between different machines to follow a single sender clock, which guides other clocks and tells them where they should be at all times. The next section discusses how to resolve these differences and set your software and hardware preferences accordingly, depending on the situation at hand.

Cubase offers solutions for most synchronization situations. If you have an ASIO 2.0 compatible driver for your sound card and an ASIO 2.0 compatible external device, it allows you to have not only a sample accurate synchronization, but also provides a Positioning Protocol that calculates the relation between the Word Clock position and the timecode position to offer stable synchronicity. If your external hardware does not support ASIO 2.0, use MIDI Timecode options instead. You might want to consult your manufacturer’s documentation in regards to ASIO 2.0 implementation to find out more about the possibilities it has to offer.


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