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Lexicon Lambda MIDI problem

Hi, I have Lexicon Lambda connected through midi to Roland TD-3. I can record my drums from TD-3 to PC, but I can't play them back from PC to TD-3. I tried to change cables, checked the TD-3 on HW sequencer and it works and when I connect my Midi out from Lambda to another midi module the it works too. Is there any way how to find where is problem? Thanks

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SOURCE: Blue Screen of Death when running MIDI input to Lexicon Omega

Hi,

I tried the above - works perfect!

Thanx lumps...
Thomas

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

SOURCE: My Lexicon Lambda is not working

Go to your devices tab click on the ASIO driver Lambda and when you get that message click reset and try again it should work.

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in my system sound not working
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Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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