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Mac Kerr

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Re: SMPTE recorder
« Reply #10 on: April 05, 2015, 12:40:43 pm »

Can Qlab generate LTC or MTC?

It can't generate that I know of, but it is multitrack, so you can record a TC track and add it to any file.

I haven't used it for TC, but I have had things like reverb run on a separate track. No reason it couldn't be TC.

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Re: SMPTE recorder
« Reply #11 on: April 05, 2015, 12:59:08 pm »

I think the OP mis spoke, and is actually looking for a SMPTE generator rather than recorder. I may be wrong, but at least Reaper can do both.


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Re: SMPTE recorder
« Reply #12 on: April 05, 2015, 04:40:20 pm »

FL Studio can do this.  I use MTC generated by FL Studio to fire cues on my ETC Congo Kid all the time.  Though I've never really played with SMPTE, I see no reason why you couldn't drop a SMPTE track into the playback mixer and run that out a suitable interface.  I'd try it myself and report back but none of my consoles support SMPTE without an interface (that I don't have).  MTC has always fit my needs!
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