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How do i input a track from Roland MV 8000 to Cubase 8 Pro once track is recorded?

I am trying to in put a track that i finished in to cubase 8 Pro can not see exactly how to do it. How do I do this?

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You can't. Best way is to set your FX on your track. Hit sampling button, then go to the Resampe tab, hit start, run your track, save sample, load it back up. Not exactly how I woulda set things up, So I make everything dry on the mv and dump into my DAW for FX...Not sure what Roland was thinking with this little gem, but hit up MVNation.com...best site for info on the MV. After I found this site, I threw the manual out. Hope it helps.

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U need to reset your parameters.....Goto the  System button and then  press F5.  This will lead you to where you need to press initialize to reset the parameters.  Don't worry it wont delete any of your sounds etc.  I had the same problems.....u will probably have to do it every-time you turn it back on and off.  I think the cause of this is due to it having a previous expansion on it......

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