Tankersley SMPTE Files
mirrored from http://www.purgatorycreek.com/smpte.html
[or see below] are links to the SMPTE files created by Brian
Tankersley (thanks Brian). While they can be used with an
DAW, they were created with PARIS users in mind. The
original files are approximately 30 minutes in length. In
order to save on download time, I've provided 10 and 20 minute
versions. The shorten files were created within PARIS and
exported. Obviously, download just the longest file you
think you'll need. If you never record at 48K, then you
don't need the 48K version.
to use these files within PARIS
connect an audio cable from a PARIS system output to the SMPTE
input of the device you want slaved to PARIS.
the SMPTE WAV file a common directory on your audio drive.
a PARIS project and add the SMPTE WAV file to it.
the Editor, use the Time Locked Selector Tool to add the file
to a track. This will ensure that the file is at the
absolute beginning of the project.
move to the Mixer. On the channel assigned to the track,
select External in the EDS Insert section.
the Patchbay, create a link from the Mixer-A Insert Send of
the SMPTE channel to the output you choose in step #1.
you press play in PARIS, the SMPTE slave device should sync to