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Tascam us-122 hi, i have the tascam us-122 i've used it for recording guitars, bass, etc........but recently have urchased the yamaha drum pro dd-55c diital drum set which you have to run to your tascam via midi input. when i connect it (midi out from drum and midi in to tascam) it doesn't even register as making sounds or anything. I have it set to where all the midi inputs will recognize (all midi inputs) but still nothing any help would be appreciated.

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  • kylerhode Mar 22, 2008

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  • ironwill11 Mar 30, 2008

    Hey I actually have a Tascam US-144 and a Yamaha DTXplorer electric drum set. I was actually told to hook up my drum set to the audio input (where you would hook up a guitar). For some reason I have the same problem. I can't get it to recognize a sound on my computer. However, I plug headphones into the Tascam and I can hear what I am playing on my drum set. I had a lexicon alpha that did the same thing as well.

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My dear friend I also have the same problem (i am using an us-122) but i still have the same problem). I am searching and searching for days and nights to solve this. If you find any solution please send me an e-mail on: night_conformer@hotmail.com Thank you very much.

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