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Can a keyboard synthesizer play thru the DigiTech RP2000 to receive the effects by connecting to the midi in?

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The short answer is NO. The MIDI connection does NOT carry audio, only commands. You must connect synth audio outputs to the inputs of the RP2000 and use the audio coming out of the RP2000 to have the effects.

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