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Title: Need Mac Application for TimeCode
Post by: Jordan Dollar on September 13, 2019, 10:08:35 am
Hello community,

Wondering if any of you know of a solid timecode application for mac that I can use to output Midi Timecode.

If any of you know of a solid application for Mac that does this please let me know! Thanks!
Title: Re: Need Mac Application for TimeCode
Post by: Erik Jerde on September 13, 2019, 10:27:03 am
Hello community,

Wondering if any of you know of a solid timecode application for mac that I can use to output Midi Timecode.

If any of you know of a solid application for Mac that does this please let me know! Thanks!

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Title: Re: Need Mac Application for TimeCode
Post by: Jordan Dollar on September 13, 2019, 12:10:30 pm
Hello community,

Wondering if any of you know of a solid timecode application for mac that I can use to output Midi Timecode.

If any of you know of a solid application for Mac that does this please let me know! Thanks!

I should probably add that I am needing to run Music with the timecode, so I can sync the lighting with certain music.
Title: Re: Need Mac Application for TimeCode
Post by: Mac Kerr on September 13, 2019, 12:50:39 pm
I should probably add that I am needing to run Music with the timecode, so I can sync the lighting with certain music.

A full explanation of what you need to accomplish might make it easier to make a recommendation. Do you need stereo music plus TC? Multitrack? Mono? Do you need to be able to arrange multiple tracks into a playlist? Do you need random access to various preprogrammed tracks? Have you looked at software that can play music, video, and run lighting, like QLab (https://figure53.com/qlab/about/)?

Mac
Title: Re: Need Mac Application for TimeCode
Post by: Jeff Lelko on September 13, 2019, 03:42:30 pm
Yes, QLab can do this (as Mac said), as well as FL Studio.