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GT-001 and MIDX-20 MIDI Clock issues
« on: April 18, 2017, 08:04:44 PM »

I'm having trouble getting my GT-001 to respond to MIDI clock.  I'm using a PRIMOVA MIDX-20 Dual Roland USB MIDI Converter / Ctrl Interface to get 5pin MIDI into the GT-001.  Every other MIDI command I send the GT-001 works fine, but it won't respond to MIDI clock unless I plug it directly into a computer, which defeats the idea of putting the GT-001 on my pedalboard. 

I've already posted this question over here:, and there is a discussion going.  However, I thought I'd drop the question here in case any GT-001 owners were having similar issues or had made it work somehow.

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Re: GT-001 and MIDX-20 MIDI Clock issues
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2017, 08:57:05 PM »

I know the GT midi specification inside out, but that data collection seems meaningless to me, it has not collected any midi data, only high level USB connection handshake data.

An easier way would be
midi clock sender software > computer USB > MIDX-20 USB1 > MIDX-20 USB2 > USB-Midi Device adapter 1 midi out > USB-Midi Device adapter 2 midi in > USB-Midi Device adapter 2 USB > computer USB > midi monitoring software.

If you send midi clock, the monitoring software should see it.

Does your GT-001 have the latest firmware installed?
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