I have a Dell 1720 laptop running Vista with a USB m-audio midi controller.
I have been using Acidpro trying to record some tracks with the softsynths, playing off the keyboard controller, I noticed that all the sounds when I play live sound "wavey", almost like vibrato, with slight clipping distortion when playing in realtime or "live". But when I hit record, the sounds go normal. During playback, the sounds are also fine, and when i play the synths live in realtime during record, they are also fine. As soon as the tracks are stopped, and i'm playing, the sound goes immediately "wobbly" or stacked in a way, with slight distortion and a noticeable clipping sound, almost like vibrato. I have no idea what it is. I also noticed it on my other computer running cubase. So I'm not sure if it's specific to AcidPro. It's probably my midi/sound card settings?
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Are you connecting to the laptop and using it as a midi controller? You can record midi notes from the keyboard and send them to your laptop via USB using any midi sequencer program (reason, logic, etc). Create a midi track, select the input of that track as your keyboard, then hit record to play some midi notes. To hear what you record, you have to set the output of the midi track to whatever midi sounds or instrunents you have installed on your laptop.
If you are trying to record the actual audio sound the keyboard makes, use an audio program such as cubase, sonar, audacity, pro-tools, and either mic the keyboard, or connect one of the other audio outputs (1/4" TRS) to an audio input on your DAW, and record an audio track that way (as opposed to a midi track).
MIDI isn't audio, think of it as a sheet of music. It still needs to be played to be heard. Not sure of your recording setup but the midi performance that you have needs to trigger a keyboard or drum machine or VST instrument of some sort.
Your Mac should detect your MIDI keyboard automatically. To make sure of this, open "Audio MIDI Setup" and click "Show MIDI Window" in the "Window" menu. In that window you should see your Akai listed as one of the MIDI devices.
Now, open Reaper and open "Preferences". Find the "MIDI Devices" section on the left side and make sure the Akai is listed on the right side. Then make sure that inputs and outputs are enabled.
Once that is done, Reaper will allow your Akai as recording input on any track.
Check the Reaper manual for more specifics on recording in Reaper.
I'm not at home right now where all my manuals are so I'll try to explain with out. You will have to set it so that the keyboard is the slave device. Try setting it to Omni receive. It has to be able to listen for all midi channels at once. You have to write a sequence on your computer and hook it to your keyboard by using midi out on the computer to midi in on the keyboard in order for you to use the computer as a controller. If you need the keyboard to create the sequences then you have to hook the midi send on the keyboard to the midi in on the computer play/enter your notes into individual tracks in your software then assign channels, voices etc to each track and save the sequence. Then when you hook it up the other way the sequence will play just like an audio recording except the sound w2on't be there. What you have recorded by creating a sequence is a series of midi messages that the keyboard will receive if you have it set properly and hooked up ptroperly which it will translate into sound. This is a minimalist explanation at best. You will have to have a better understanding of not only your keyboard but also your software and midi in general. There are some pretty amazing things you can do with midi. For instance if you have a lighting controller that is midi capable you can i,mbed all the lighting scene changes for your song in order on one track. You can also control your guitar effects pedal to change effects automatically while your playing. Once you get a handle on it you are only limited by your imagination and your budget. Hope this helps in some way.
Yes. You can record the midi output to a track using bounce mode.
With you midi (or smf) file loaded into the midi tone generator,
press shift-bounce to enter bounce mode. Then arm a track for recording. Turn the fader up for that track, the master fader and the fader for the midi tone generator. Make sure than all other track faders are down or the tracks are muted (or empty) and press play and record. The midi song will be recorded to the track in real time. Just press 'stop' when done and exit bounce mode (by pressing the bounce button again).
You have to go in to the Sonar configuration and select what the default MIDI and WAV input and output devices are. That is usually handled by the ASIO driver. In your case you would select the USB mic for input, and for output you need to select your sound card. For midi you need to configure the midi controllers and the software synth or soft instrument you are using. If you need any more detailed help I need to know what version of Sonar LE it is and what sound card. I am guessing it detected the mic and just needs the output device configured as I mentioned.
Sounds to me like you have the midi tracks outputting to the microsoft midi mapper or wavetable synth, which is built into the sound chip in your pc, and that this is conflicting with the mobilepre sound card - midi is just data, no audio, needs to drive some kind of synth. what you want to do is disable your internal sound card thru device manager, then just use the m-audio mobile pre as the input/output sound card in ASIO mode - you'll need to monitor via the headphone jack on the mobile pre or plug speakers into the line outs on the interface.
Then do tutorial 8 (in help files) on using soft synths - INSERT>SOFTSYNTHs creates a midi track and an audio track in a track folder.
o always run at 0 on play back recording -3 with drums use anlog cables then select anlog 48000 24 bit if u can if its digital cable might use 96000 bit rate ok spdif watch it close on digital for digital clips never go in red keep steady balence cheak your sorse tape how loud is that adjust your stuff to sound good at peaks never hit red in digital mode does this help sum