Hey – Just reaching out to see if anyone has some advice to fix a clocking issue.
I’ve been using Hermod to clock Pam’s for over a year now and have run into little or no issues until today. I got myself a new addition to my rig, plugged it in, fired up the case, and began testing to see how this new module worked. I glanced down at Pam’s and noticed that her clock was running 1BPM less than what Hermod was running at (119 & 120 respectively). I first tried a handful of different cables, which didn’t fix the problem. I then, instead of using the designated clock channel, added some steady gate messages on a different Hermod channel, but that didn’t work either - Pam’s still recognized it as 119 instead of 120. I then attempted to alter the clock resolution / div on both the Hermod and Pam’s. This gave me some interesting results: When div / reso was set to half clock-tempo, Pam’s would output 60BPM – half of the desired 120. If I went further, it would read 30BPM and so on, but if I applied no dividing, it would still be 1BPM short.
Has anyone experienced this issue before? And if so, how did you work around it / fix it. Any suggestions are welcomed.