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what's the dif between tach & bi-phase?
Old 10th May 2006
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what's the dif between tach & bi-phase?

Old 10th May 2006
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In reference to what subject?

Bi-phase is also a way of encoding binary data streams. This method
which I won’t go into detail here, reduces synchronization errors that
can take place with other encoding schemes like NRZ. (Non-return to zero).

Edit:Pro-tools sync method right?
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