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what you need is a "FULL DUPLEX ASIO DRIVE",which you get with programs like cubase sx, this is like a universal driver which has always synced any audio equipment i've hooked up to my computer, internal & external.make sure it's the full duplex & not the asio4all v2. But really you shouldn't be having much trouble if your using a USB midi interface.unless your computers sound card is ****. try resetting the sound cards sample rate to 44100HZ which is the standard rate for most audio,or 48000HZ for digital.
1: MIDI OUT 1(PIN 4) 2: MIDI OUT 1 (PIN 5) 3:WORDCLOCK OUT (GROUND) 4:MIDI OUT 2 (PIN 5) 5:MIDI OUT 2 (PIN 4) 6:MIDI OUT 1 (PIN 2) 7: - 8:WORDCLOCK IN (LIVE) 9:WORDCLOCK IN (GROUND) 10: MIDI OUT 2 (PIN 2) 11:MIDI IN1 (PIN 4) 12: MIDI IN 1 (PIN 5) 13: WORDCLOCK OUT (LIVE) 14: MIDI IN 2 (PIN 5) 15: MIDI IN 2 (PIN 4)
That's it!!! I had the same problem as you and this was the first web I saw. I was looking for it in other webs but, nothing...at least the guy who selled me the Terratec mic8 ews found the cable, so I believe that i had a matter to help people that has the same problem as me!
there is an adapter that will give you 2 midi connectors, as a matter of fact I have one right here, even includes a piggy backed female 15 pin connector for you to still be able to plug in a game controller. Look for it in music shops that sell computer based recording / composition software and hardware. I think I paid about CAD20 for mine
In sonar go to the options menu and select: Audio -->advance. and from the list select the "Asio" driver, then you'll have a new midi output (synthe sw...) select it to have a sound while playing MIDI files.
You are correct, there is no "voice generator" within the Tascam US-144. It can simply transmit the very primitive note-on note-off type data to a Sound Module or keyboard (like a Roldan SoundCanvas), and then that would generate the actual waveforms.
A SoundCanvas would suit your needs well, as you could run the midi out to this voice generator, and then run the stereo output of that back through the Tascam and into the computer for recording.
I still haven't fixed my MIDI CRISI PROBLEM. I am still looking for solutions in your audience of other web users in this type of MARK OF YHE UNICORN PC MIDI FLYER. I found a an article on the PARELLAL THAT IS USED ON IT. I need all the information I can get to.I was testing this product with the VISTA OS AND HEARD A SOUND-IN PORT, NO SIGNAL. Still need more answers. I Really need the DRIVERS/DOWNLOAD AND THE MANUAL of this product. I am doing at this point freehand.I'll continue to look on your website for help. I prefer the Free Tech Support at this time.
Thank you for notifying me and I will continue to look for help on your web site
If you dont have a joystick port on the card, then you dont have a midi out. make sure your "out" or"playback" is patched to your card's synthesis engine, wavetable or GM/GS midi playback, and not to a "midi out" which really means a physical midi port.
My only experience with faint sounds is when ground wires in the particular circuitry are not property connected. That means tracking the wires from the one end to the other if you can get to them. If they are not embended in a casing or housing I would change them.
Also, try changing the RCA plugs; even their connection can cause the sound shorting if there is a short.
Ok her's wuz up! It's the install **** that this driver's been tackling with since the beginning! (This somewhat goes for the oSX to i gues =) Anyway, so...
1. Uninstall the whole thing! Also run regedit (XP,Vista?) and delete everything named "Audiophile" (installed audio apps mostly recognices to the new drivers once installed so don't worry).
2. Then reboot and run the new drivers - and remember that old ****, click "continue anyway" at all THREE times.
3. Then reboot again (do NOT turn the card on yet). I turned it on after shortly after BIOS screen and that was almost too early! Anyway, then follow the "found new harware" routine - TWO times - one for SOUND and one for MIDI.
This might seem basic and all but, hey... with theese kind of cards.. sheeesh!. And when ARE they going to get there "protocal" aproved?! Next OS?!