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MY MIDI NOR SIGMA TEL HAS SOUND OUTPUT

TRYING TO HOOK UP A KEYBOARD AND DRUMS THROUGH MIDI


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    you need to get a new sound card with midi ports.

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Signma Tel is notoriously bad for recording. It often doesn't work. But try changing your driver mode and then running the wave profiler. restart everything and make sure that your sound card is chosen under playback timing master and recordi timing master so that it is the chosen card. UNLESS- the keyboard has it's own sound card or interface built in, then its a different thing. You'll have to find out what kind of drivers THAT card uses and do same thing choosing that as card with correct drivers. Also check MIDI devices and make sure its in there. U might wanna email tech cuz this is a little more complicated than a regular set up

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You have to check were the problems is, with exclude way.

1. you first find out if your "master keyboard" really works: Try to run another program where you can run the the keyboard(you can use a trial and the uninstall it after)

2. if that works then it is another place not the keyboard, then it can bee the program / sound card / configuration . you can find the reason manual here :
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