From: Nicky Hamlyn (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jun 21 2008 - 00:24:35 PDT
Martin Sawyer, of Martin Sawyer Sound Services in London, developed a
working system similar to the one you describe. I don't have a
contact for him but he's probably in the London phone book,
On 20 Jun 2008, at 23:41, sebastien demeffe wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I’m just about to finish a project for which we want to synchronise
> any 16mm projector with a digital sound player.
> So far, I’ve been thinking about laying a sound time code LTC on
> the optical track of celluloid.
> Then the sound out put from the projector will be connected to a
> little TC translator, like “Midiman” box, who can translate LTC,
> VITC and Midi TC from one to an other.
> After what connecting the TC output chosen to a sound player set on
> I don’t know what kind of device thought.
> DAT but I don’t know which model would understand a TC as a start
> play command or maybe a lob top with a Protools slaved by the midi
> TC or any newer numeric sound player.
> Does anyone believe in this idea?
> Did anyone have tried before?
> Any other suggestions?
> Thank’s in advance,
> Best regards,
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