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please help with midi set up

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  • please help with midi set up

    i have a laptop running cubase ai4 a yamaha kx 25 a maudio fast track pro and a roland jv1080 and a old roland sp808ex what would be my way to set this up if you could please give me a step by step run down i have spent weeks trying and no results im new to midi thanks

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    anyone with any idea how to do this ive spent another week trying and no luck anyone please

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    • #3
      a big thank you to yee all for your great help ITS GREAT TO KNOW YEE ARE SO HELPFULL

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      • #4
        i have a laptop running cubase ai4 a yamaha kx 25 a maudio fast track pro and a roland jv1080 and a old roland sp808ex what would be my way to set this up if you could please give me a step by step run down i have spent weeks trying and no results im new to midi thanks


        Recording: You take a midi cord, plug one end into the keyboard midi out, the other into the PC midi in.
        Playback: You take a midi cord, plug one end into the keyboard midi in, the other into the PC midi out.
        Anything else I can help with?

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        • #5
          Uh... you get a multiple-port midi interface

          http://www.musiciansfriend.com/keyboards-midi/m-audio-midisport-4x4-anniversary-edition-usb-midi-interface

          ...there was that hard?
          <div class="signaturecontainer">Tim O'Brien</div>

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          • #6
            anyone with any idea how to do this ive spent another week trying and no luck anyone please


            Sorry I have no [COLOR="#2f4f4f"]idea........

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