It is incredibly solid. I distribute the clock to mc-707, pyramid, Avalon, volcas, mc202, tr-606! It is way better than using any of these machines as master clock.
I just stared for minutes on the "external sync screen" of the notoriously difficult to sync Elektron Octatrack: Constant 120.0 bpm and no movement in the decimals!
Just the ability to have my drum machine and synth sequencer both reset and start together at a hit of a footswitch, it’s quite a revolution.
It feels more solid than my old USAMO which died after a few years. The feature set here is more what I was looking for and seems more of a performance tool.
We've tried a number of source clocks over the years to keep everything tight. The Midromone has made a noticeable positive impact in our sync, and it's one of those things that "just works."
In case anyone doubted the claims regarding the Midronome being jitter-free, here is what my MIDIgal (with Midiclk firmware) has to say about it… Never seen such a low value before! (0.004%)
I already *love* Midronome - so far it's lived up to (or exceeded) all my expectations and is everything I hoped it would be.
This little helper to sync all those big machines? Yes and she did its job damn well! She is a little time fairy who brings me to Neverland, where the out of Sync metronome Krokodile lives!
I really like its simplicity. It will replace an ERM multiclock.