I know some basics things, not very big but I build a patch which is a sequencer by searchings things what I need on internet step by step and copy paste it and learn a little. It works good and I have midi clock out on it. But i’m steel a beginner
But for my gears which don’t have midi I would like to use jack sync.
I believe the pocket operators do it by sending a click on the right output and sending out mono audio on the left output of a single stereo ouput.
that’s exactly what I do whith the nintendo ds (I use a sample tracker on it and a Y jack cable), with a sample of volca sync click, I can sync it with volca modular (this volca don’t have midi) and with sq-1 (which also only have jack sync).
But … 2 devices with this method can’t be synced because it will be 2 out on both sides… and my nintendo ds is the device I want to sync the most
So I would prefer have sync IN on the organelle so i will be able to sync with the nintendo ds (the nintendo ds will be the master clock for my pure data sequencer). Pure data can do a lot of things so maybe is it possible do to that from the jack input port of the organelle? Like… receiving the audio click sample from the nintendo ds or from the volca modular and trigger the sequencer with it?
I wonder if a click sound from a volca sync out would be damageable for a jack input which is build for instrument levels, and I didn’t watch yet what can be received from jack input…