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J.L. Cooper PPS100

Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1989
MIDI-SMPTE Synchroniser

David Mellor, reviewer of the original J.L Cooper PPS1 'Poor Person's SMPTE' unit, looks at the new rackmount PPS100 - the Professional Person's SMPTE unit.

JL Cooper PPS1

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1987
Tape-to-MIDI Synchroniser

An American cost-effective alternative to SMPTE synchronisation; Rick Davies clocks an innocent-looking box designed with the budget studio in mind.

Poor Person's SMPTE

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1987
J.L. Cooper PPS-1

Looking for an alternative means of syncing MIDI instruments to tape? David Mellor tries out a low-cost solution from J.L. Cooper Electronics - the PPS-1.

Sync Something Simple

Review | Recording Musician, Jan 1993
JL Cooper PPS2 MIDI/Tape Synchroniser

This compact device from time code pioneers JL Cooper makes light work of your MIDI-to-tape sync needs.



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