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Connecting Yamaha to cakewalk.

I've had this cakewalk for about 3 years, still haven't been able to do anything with it. I think I'm going to donate this to the salvation army and buy a different software. I have read ALL of the documents.

I have a Yamaha PSR 320, I adapt a midi cable to my sound card, Roxio, and I get nothing.

I need help, I have to start my projects. Please someone Help me or send me to a site where documents are correct.

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  • nevesj Feb 03, 2009

    Have gone through all documents, printouts, hours. Cannot get it going.



    All documentation does not apply to my Cakewalk Music Creator. I cannot as an example go into "options" and select the Yamaha PSR 320, does not show up and NO option to select it.



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Check this out and see if it solves your problem.
http://www.yamaha.com/yamahavgn/CDA/KnowledgeBase/KnowledgeBaseDetail/0,,CNTID%25253D10150%252526CTID%25253D,00.html
Also, Cakewalk has a forum and here is the hardware section:
http://forum.cakewalk.com/tt.asp?forumid=8

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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    EricDaniels Feb 03, 2009

    I think it would be best to go to the forum link I provided you as the people at that forum are dedicated to problems like yours and most likely someone there has had a similar issue correlative to yours. Good luck mate!

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