Some times the Aeors is not in time with the midi clock, or the the loop wich is playing is not in time the midi clock.
For example im using 2x2 mode and have the aeros as midi receiver connected with my drummachine. I played in a guitar loop over 32 bars on one track and another more softer guitarloop on the second track. So im trying to build an arrangement.
The first loop is muted for the intro over 32 bars, the second loop is playing during the intro.
After the the intro i unmute the first track and there is the problem i cant solve. Sometimes the first track is right on point and often it is behind or in front of the beat. I tried a lot of times and each time it is slightly different. I tried a lot, recorded the loop again and again, but everytime i am ending with the same problem.
Is this a midi problem, is the aeros only useable with the Beat Buddy? That would be a real pity.
I tried a lot of differnet settings but can´t solve this problem.
(And there is still the problem withe the autorecord in midi receiver mode, i described this problem
in a different post, but nobody answered.)
MOD ADDED LINK: Midi Sync Auto-Record Delay
Here are my three cents, all which might appear obvious and which you most likely already know:
1: If you are changing the tempo within the same song for different parts it will glitch the Aeros. It can only handle one tempo per song.
2: Before recording, have you tried changing the tempo with whatever device is controlling the clock on your board to ensure the Aeros is tracking? If not, midi settings in Aeros?
3: The best route, if you haven’t already done this, is to send an email to email@example.com. In the few instances when I have contacted them regarding a seemingly unique problem, they have been responsive, thoroughly helpful, professional and surprisingly personable.
I have an answer from the support. They wrote that they are overloaded with requests for a support so it took longer. Now I try to work on a solution. I will do some video to show my problem as precise as possible.