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Is there a possibility to have multiple T560 lathes cutting synchronized at the same time? Can it be done through an added midi control together with a DAW? Or are there people who simply use a remote control connected to all lathes? Sorry if it has been asked before, could not find it in search.
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hi yes ...but one record has an extra line or two, the audio is from one source .. one head goes down then the next head goes down(be carefull) then with 2 arms and hands do the lead ins.press play..when there is a space in between songs then again with both hands do your spaces..your records should have the same consistency and look etc.. ...this is not true sync though ... daw midi ?/ well you will have to build something to add to ur lathe??..
when i do have 2 lathes at the same time cutting its mostly 2 jobs(audio)..
Snippets from a vid of my old setup with the Caruso cutting automated locked grooves. Down, up, brush. Takes a little time to fine tune, there's also better automation mechanisms available to modify a t560 with than shown here (including a vacuum ).