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I buy some equipments for audio recording, all equipment work in good condition exept roland mks80, roland jv2080,akai s 950, i am looking the midi driver for reed thise sound module, i tell you if is possible send me the midi drivers for work in good condition with these 3 equipments i use paris recording system and also studio vision for reed the sound modules but i can not communication with thise devices, i hope you can help me to find thies drivers

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Try www.rolandus.com and see if this website can help you out.

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