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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

    what was that ?

  • 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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there can be a number of issues here. if its not picking up anything it may be down to your DAW software. what are you using to record? check the preferences of that software program to make sure it is accepting audio from the tascam unit and playing back through the desired output.
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Here's a link I think is right, though to make sure we would need more info about your model of soundcard:

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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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