I have pci 3d sound8738 with midi game port and I put the cable from the midi/in out keyboard but it doesnt shows any signs of life, i started Cubase and reason, but it can not regognize, could be the problem some drivers for the sound card or drivers for the yamaha keyboard????
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I need to know how it's all hooked up first (IE Korg midi out to Yamaha in, Yamaha thru or out to Chord, USB from chord to Acer.....etc etc. etc.) Also, see if the instruments can at least talk to each other. Post a reply here.
Midi is data only, there is no actual sound to the midi tracks themselves. They need to be assigned to either a software synth or an external synth to actually make the sounds you want to hear.
For instance if you load a demo of a midi sequance you will need to add a software synth such as the TTS-1 or Roland sound canvas which are general midi compatable and will play the instruments sounds assigned to the demo's midi channels. Use the Synth Rack feature in Sonar to open one of them. Then you will need to assign the output of each of the midi tracks to that particular synth and you will get sound. Make sure to assing the synth's audio track to you UA-25 as its audio output.
I would suggest reading in the manual and following the tutorials included in the manual to get yourself familier with how this is all done.
You have to select the port in Pro Tools, but the computer has to recognise the MIDI port first.Does P.T. see that you have a MIDI port installed? Did you select an instrument plug in and map the keyboard as the controller for the plug in? You may need to use a utility like MIDI Yoke or MIDIOX to map the port if you are using Windows. You also have to have the drivers installed so that Windows recognises it as a MIDI port. If it is on a Mac you may have to use the Audio/Midi setup up utility to add the midi port.
There are different options depending on what you want to achieve. If
you want to send only MIDI data to your PC (for example, to run a VST
instrument), then you can use a standard MIDI cable to connect the
"out" on your keyboard to the "in" on your Tascam. You should also be
able to use the Yamaha USB cable to connect directly to your computer,
which would then bypass the Tascam (still giving you the same outcome,
but without the need to buy any extra cables.
However, if you want to send the audio data (i.e. the actual sound) of
the keyboard to your PC, you would simply use a standard guitar lead
from the line out of the keyboard into the line in (both, if your
keyboard has stereo outs) of your Tascam. This will eliminate any need
for VST instruments, as you will be recording the audio signal directly.
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
Your question is very confusing. Try rephrasing it. You should try drawing a diagram with this and uploading it to your question to better explain yourself. If you can't upload it (I know I can through the answer, but I'm not so sure about the question) you can e-mail it to me. My address is firstname.lastname@example.org , if not just put some more detail into the question and try rephrasing it. I'm not really sure about the details of your system.
ok..try this open control panel->click on sounds and audio devices...click on advanced button->If your midi volume control is shown..make sure it is not muted and the midi volume is high..If it is not shown..then click on options->properties ->tick the midi box and close the window..then adjust the MIDI volume..I hope this helps Regards, VJ