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But in looking your number up I cant find a reasonable explanation. No letters...and there are 6 digit numerical numbers but they dont match yamaha's codes...I would call yamaha and talk to a tech at 1 (714) 522-9000 Good luck
sounds like dust, if you know some one with an air compresser ask them to give it a blow through, if not then it is down to caned compressed air, if that is not enough, you need to open it, and clean the contacts (DVD cleaner is cheap and good)
I am assuming that you broke the connector off the pcb board? you need a soldering iron about 30W and solder and flux, to remove and short circuit after you solder them back on, using a magnifying glass to make sure none of the 5 termnials are shorted
I'm not familiar with Reason 5, but many midi track recorders need each instrument assigned to different midi chanels to be heard back. Check the manual in how to assign the midi tracks. Also, the playback has to be through a unit that is multi timbrel capable. Good luck!
Have a look in your manual at the sections on Note Repeat and Time Division.NOTE REPEAT] – Holding this button while striking a pad causes the pad to retrigger at a rate based on the current Tempo and Time Division settings. The Note Repeat feature can be synced to an internal or external MIDI Clock source. [NOTE REPEAT] can function as a latching or momentary button 19. [TIME DIVISION] – This button is used to specify the rate of the Note Repeat and Arpeggiator features. When [TIME DIVISION] is activated, you can press one of the 8 switches to specify a time division. [TIME DIVISION] can function as a momentary or toggle button. Please note that while [TIME DIVISION] is active, the 8 assignable buttons will not function as MIDI CC or Program Change switches until [TIME DIVISION] has been de-activated. 20. [ARP ON/OFF] – This button enables and The manuals and updates can be downloaded here:http://www.akaipro.com/mpk49 Please let me know if this helps.