A mechanism for maintaining a consistent standard of time between devices which have their own clock sources, such as sequencers, drum machines, hard disk recording systems, and tape recording systems. Syncrhonization methods most commonly used in electronic music include DIN sync, MIDI clock, MIDI time code, and SMPTE; the last is most often used when the timing source is a tape playback.

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