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I have a triton LE Korg workstation. I have the MIDI interface cables from Yamaha. I would like to record straight to my computer using these cables. Is this possible?

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Hi

Yes it is possible if you have a MIDI breakout lead. This lead plugs into the game port on the back of your sound card(if you have one) If you do not have a game port, then you will need a midi interface that can be plugged into your PC via USB port. USB Midi interfaces can be bought from most music shops.

What does the lead that you have look like? If it has a 180 deg 5 pin DIN plug at each end then you have a standard midi connection cable. Useful only for plugging into the MIDI interface I just mentioned. If you have any questions about this,I am happy to help you out. A "FixYa" rating would be great for my advice and future efforts to help you resolve this:)

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Graeme

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Mar 17, 2008

    Hi again, Firstly, no offence is intended to you, it is just that I own a recording studio, and have extensive experience with MIDI and connectivity to same, just wondering what part of my efforts to assist you made you give me a "thanks for rying" rating. I would be able to guide you through all aspects of the solution, yet you have passed off my attempts in this manner. I certainly answered your question for you. I only ask you this because of the way it effect your rating has on my own professional rating here at FixYa.You comment back to me on this would be appreciated.



    regards

    Graeme

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