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Hellp! i just got my tascam us-122l and i plugged my keyboard into it using the midi cables i got. when i open cubase, i play a note and the meters move and midi in and out lights on the tascam flash i plugged my earphones into the phones jack of the tascam but i cant hear my keyboard when i put my headphones on i can only hear if i play with the mouse in cubase. can anyone help??

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    cubase registers in and out light with correct tascam driver,   tascam indicates in and out however headphone sound is noise and crackling.



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I can't get any sound to my head phones through my Tascam us-144 interface.

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Are you hearing the sounds from your speakers on your computer only?...accordianman

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Im not familiar with cubase but if its anything like logic and reason, you should check the midi options maybe in preferences of the cubase programm and make sure that the appropriate soundcard is selected, so in this case the us-144.
and sometimes it could be one of those stupid midi glitches, and so you have to restart your computer.
maybe the best opt is to get a better soundcard.
im this close to throwing my tascam under a bulldozer..

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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12) Click (and hold) on the MIDI Out arrow of the US-224 button.
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A SoundCanvas would suit your needs well, as you could run the midi out to this voice generator, and then run the stereo output of that back through the Tascam and into the computer for recording.

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I would perhaps try to reinstall the drivers for the device, and be sure that under audio settings, you have the Tascam set as the default device. Try this and get back to me here if it still gives you problems.

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Be sure to turn of the SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE command on your keyboard...accordianman

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