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Need help recording with my Casiotone MT-540 directly to my PC (Windows Vista)...I bought a MIDI to usb cable (Roland UM-ONE) to connect my Casio to my computer. I downloaded Audacity and can record off the floor, no problem, but can't get the Casio to talk directly to the computer through the cable. I installed the UM-ONE midi cable driver, no problem. I have the midi in connected to the Casio midi out port and vice versa. No luck. Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated!

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Theres a good article at recordingreview.com. If you join which is free you have access to a lot of great information. You can download Midiox to troubleshoot your midi connections etc. Make sure that your transmit channel on your keyboard matches up with the receive channel in your program. Hope this helps.

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You would connect the in's to the outs on the MIDI connections.

You would need a driver fro the EMU cable so that the USB will be recognized.

You LIKELY will need a soundbank EDITOR compatible with the keyboard to allow talking to the synth. Often theswe are called "plu-ins" to use with Cubase. They may already have one or it may be an option, some of which have to be purchased seperately.

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If you have the version 1 cable you need to download a driver. The details are at this link:http://www.cme-pro.com/en/news-detail.php?news_id=105

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check the firewall in both places in control panel ..and on the antivirus if it has...and try to turn it off and see if it works ..cause if you have the correct driver and the software ..and it is seen already ..

check in device manager and see if ti is ok ..if it is in yellow it needs another driver cause it is not working ..look for the device by name ..

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