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Slaving Reason to the MPC 2000xl using the MOTU Micro Lite MIDI Interface. But also using an external keyboard (Korg Triton Xtreme) as a controller for the Reason MIDI sounds, while still having the Triton slave to the MPC 2000xl which it normally does when I'm not using Reason or the MOTU Micro Lite. This way I can simultaneously use the MPC to channel MIDI from Reason & record a sequence in the MPC, while also channelling MIDI from Reason through my Triton (as a controller), but still having the ability to record/syncing my Triton to the MPC. Is this possible?

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SOURCE: Reasons won't record midi data

Hi Danadepatter,

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 :
http://www.scribd.com/doc/13823619/Reason-4-Manual-English
Check if the configuration to the midi keyboard is ok.
FOR THE SOUND CARD: be sure that you do not have anything else that can interrupt the sound card. Shut down other recorders and other software that use the sound card and bee sure that you use the same sound card configuration (normally it is realtec the default)

If nothing happens please go to the support here for Reason software :
http://www.propellerheads.se/company/contact/techsupport/index.cfm?fuseaction=get_article&article=reasonsupport

Hope that helps
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