Groove Agent ignores midiclock?

How can the tempo be changed by the Groov Agent through midiclock signals?
I have used different programs as midiclock masters.
GA stubbornly stays at its 120 bpm no matter what tempo I set in Cubase or Virtual DJ.
Tried in GA:
-externally clocked
-Tempo Fixed
-Tempo Track

Where is the option “receive Midiclock”?
Can I see incoming midiclock signals in GA?

(My gigs are in the next few days. Please help).

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Important to say: I use Groove Agent as a standalone version, and try to use midiclock signals (from Cubase or Virtual DJ) in GA for tempo control…

Many DAWs and Standalone Hosts won’t support a MIDIclock slave mode. That’s true for all Steinberg products as well, for a very good reason.

best regards
Gerrit Junge

Is the “good reason” that I shall only use Steinberg-products?
Sorry but have just learned from one of their colleagues that maybe Groove Agent as a standalone can´t be synced via Midiclock input…
In today’s workflow, products from different manufacturers must also be able to communicate with each other. Anything else is not up to date.

I paid a lot of money for steinberg products.
But some tasks are to solve from other brands.
(I can´t DJ with Cubase but very well with Virtual DJ)
So please don´t tell me, that this kind of communication between different softwares is not allowed.

If we are talking about a MIDI clock slave mode in Cubase or Standalone, then this is not supported (allowed) between different software/hardware nor between Steinberg only software/hardware products simply because it never will work flawlessly.

Out of sheer curiosity, how long are you dealing with “synchronization DAWs via MIDI clock” already?

best regards
Gerrit Junge

Sehr geehrter Herr Junge, ich gehe mal davon aus dass wir auf Deutsch weiter kommunizieren können. Sie interessieren sich für mein Problem aus reiner Neugier? Und ich dachte, Sie wollen den Käufern Ihrer Produkte helfen…
Nicht wenige professionelle DJs steuern aus ihrer DJ Software anspruchsvolle Lichtprogramme und nutzen dazu MIDI Clock Signale.
Im Zusammenhang mit entsprechenden MIDI Controllern werde ich ein gutes Zusammenspiel von virtuell DJ und groove Agent schon hinbekommen. Das lassen Sie mal meine Sorge sein.
Wenn ich als professioneller Musiker die bei Ihnen gekaufte Software kreativ einsetze, müssten Sie das doch begrüßen.

Also noch mal die konkrete Frage: gibt es einen Freeware host, oder ein sonstiges Programm, von dem der Groove Agent Tempo Steuerungsbefehle akzeptiert?