Re: No audio sound after installing the keyboard software
Greetings, I'm having the same problem here with my keyboard output not working. I used the MX 3200 keyboard+mouse combo for several months until it recently stop working properly. This may seem weird but sometimes if my desk is hit (either by my foot/arm, etc.) I start to hear ticking/"fuzz" noise coming from my speakers (even if they are turned off!) for several seconds and then my mouse and keyboard stop responding to input. This also randomly happens when I'm on the computer for several hours at a time (gaming). Until recently, all current attempts to connect my keyboard have failed and I'm stuck clicking on the on-screen keyboard. I also have a logitech USB headset which also stops responding to sound when the keyboard/mouse combo stop responding. I have tried uninstalling my current SetPoint software and no change has occured. Perhaps I have missed something or my drives need updating. Any help would be appreciated.
Note, restarting my comp. usedto solve the problem tmporarly, now it doesn't anymore.
I am using Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3. I have no idea where to or how to change my sound card device as the ocation pointed out is a bit vauge :\
Re: No audio sound after installing the keyboard software
The problem is that the SetPoint software change your PC's default sound device to a bluetooth device from your original sound device. Go to control panel -> sound device setting and then change back the default device to your original sound card device. You will be fine.
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Are you connecting to the laptop and using it as a midi controller? You can record midi notes from the keyboard and send them to your laptop via USB using any midi sequencer program (reason, logic, etc). Create a midi track, select the input of that track as your keyboard, then hit record to play some midi notes. To hear what you record, you have to set the output of the midi track to whatever midi sounds or instrunents you have installed on your laptop.
If you are trying to record the actual audio sound the keyboard makes, use an audio program such as cubase, sonar, audacity, pro-tools, and either mic the keyboard, or connect one of the other audio outputs (1/4" TRS) to an audio input on your DAW, and record an audio track that way (as opposed to a midi track).
I could be wrong here but I have a number of keyboards and the USB connection is usually for Midi control from software like Cubase and the like. If by recording you mean recording Audio then I think you'll find that it won't be possible using the USB port.
Midi is great and I use it a lot. It enables you to arrange music using your computer. Also you can record the music you play on the Keyboard on the computer as Midi. This means that the computer can play back through your arranger what you just played. Bear in mind though that Midi is purely numbers that represent notes, velocities and note duration so is not actually audio.
My keyboards have the ability to record to SD card or a Hard Drive, however if this is not a feature of your arranger then probably your best bet for recording audio from it is by using the Audio out ports of your arranger and using a connecting lead to a good low noise sound card on your computer. As you are using a laptop you can find external usb sound cards/interfaces so that should do fine. Then you could probably use something like Audacity which is free software, to record to a wav file.
If your PC supports MIDI, its hardware/software would have some guidance and settings. If you just want raw audio to play through the PC as analog sound just jack the keyoboard into whatever sound input you ahve that supports an analog input. See page 5.
For just listening, any audio device with a headphone/earbud/RCA output can be connected to any available analog Line Level input (except PHONO) with a simple adapter.
Since this has no audio output it will depend upon your computer to generate the sound using the audio system in the computer. You will need the driver software for the M-Audio to talk to the sound hardware in your computer and configure that to accept the MIDI inout from the M-Audio.
You will need to OPEN the volume and mixer controls for your sound board, unmute it, and enable the SYNTH channel and select "general MIDI".
As a test, download VanBascoe's Karaoke thing and play MIDI files to make sure your synth software is working. Then assign the MIDI source to teh USB input from the M-Audio.
I don't have Cubase myself but there must be a track setting that allows you to monitor what you are playing live. Also make sure your keyboard shows up as the midi controller on the software. Your receive channel has to match the send channel of the keyboard. Make sure that synthA or synthB shows up as the sound source (audio out). XFi Midiport is your midi in but since Cubase already sees your keyboard your problem is an audio one not a midi one. Hope this helps.
this could be a result of the software malfunction ...i'm talking about i-tunes,if your computer plays other sounds,it clearly shows that its not a problem with the sound card which is nothing but the hardware for playing sounds in the computer.
Are you sure your player has got the right codecs to play both audio and video of the DVD you have burnt?
PS: Try installing the Ace Mega Codecs Pack just to make sure you have all the codecs. (Remember though that this software will install all the required codecs as well as the unneeded ones...the ones maybe required in the future probably)