This specifies what the tempo of the arpeggiator and phrase recorder will
be synchronized to.
PATCH: They will synchronize to the tempo saved in each patch.
SYSTEM:They will synchronize to the common tempo (System Tempo) of the entire SH-01.
MIDI: They will synchronize to MIDI clock data received at the MIDI IN connector.
USB: They will synchronize to MIDI clock data received at the USB connector.
How to do it:
1. Hold down the [CANCEL/SHIFT] button and press the
2. Hold down the LFO [TEMPO SYNC] button and press one of
the effect buttons.
[DIST] button: PATCH
[FLANGER] button: SYSTEM
[DELAY] button: MIDI
[REVERB] button: USB
3. Press the [CANCEL/SHIFT] button.
Not sure if the LFO's sync to MIDI, there is a "tempo sync" setting within the LFO settings, and it syncs to the Gaia's tempo, which if it is sync via MIDI/USB it should follow... I think
I've got the Gaia, connected via midi leads running through my Edirol UA-25EX audio interface, i've set the Gaia's arpeggio to MIDI clock data received at the USB as per instructions, i've got the Gaia set up as a external midi instrument in logic pro 9.
Got sound running into logic but when i turn on the arpeggio i get no sound at all?
in case another instrument is sending MIDI data to the Gaia in order to synchronize receiving the MIDI CLOCK. Is it possible to suppress anything else sent via MIDI except the Clock Data or turns Gaia into an entirely remote controlled device (I want to make Gaia work on external adjusted Clock but stay the same in any other issue).