Question about Apple iMac G5 MA064LL/A Desktop
I too can't get my MIDI keyboard - a Yamaha PSR500 - to talk to the Mac using this device. I've tried all 16 channels to no avail. Does it need a driver? The only device the Mac sees is some oriental-sounding name beginning with T. Is this the Mistar Midilink?
When I first used it I had the same problem. But if you make sure the midilink OUT is connected to your keyboard IN and the IN to the OUT it might well work - mine did! It worked a treat in garageband. I am having problems now when the mac tells me that the usb device i.e. the link is taking too much power and is disconnecting it! oh well...
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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