I have TB 303 and like to synchronize with MC 303. But it didn't synchronize when I plugged the MIDI out from MC 303 to the TB 303's Sync in.
Could you help me?
ps : Have anyone tried MicroKorg?
You need a Midi/Sync converter, since the Tb-303 doesn't have midi. Doepher, Phillip Rees, Kenton midi interfaces...around $100 should be sufficient.
But I can't find a Kenton MIDI Box here.
you don't need exclusive kenton-stuff, there are loads of people selling MIDI-boxes and allround-solutions for any kind of convertness (CV/MIDI/Pedal contr./anything) on the net (maybe ebay).
Maybe this one will do it: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2538294839&category=1288
That thing should do it.
But I'm not sure if that thing's able to seperate the incoming MIDI-events, looks like it's just a MIDI-merger that spits out the signal 6-fold.
So the question is, can you address any MIDI-item for itself from the Sequencer as you could do with a common MIDI-interface?
I don't think so, but if you jsut use it for solving combination problems, it looks like a good buy.
Also, most synth can be used in at least two MIDI-modes (Multimode, MIDI-mono-mode, Poly/Omni-mode, Homophonic mode, Monophonic mode, declaration may differ). Only the CV/gate and DIN-controlled synth are mostly monophonic, so it does not make a difference anyway.
I have checked in ebay.
I dont know guys, because I only spent less than $40 for the TB-303. I think I have to try to find here. I dont think to buy online ;). Thanx.
Where can I find a manual for mc-303; anyone knows??
try www.synthzone.com/roland.htm to find mc 303 manual ;)