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Triton Le I have the Korg Triton Le and i have it set up through midi with my MPC2000.. I am trying to record the midi tracks into my mpc but the only track that will record into the mpc is track 1. i cant get the other tracks to record into the mpc.

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When you are setting your midi track on the mpc are you changing to 2A-Device02 for the 2nd track? 3A-Device02 would be the 3rd track and so on. Let me know if that helps. you should make a new track for each instrument you record from the triton to the mpc, helps when dumping.

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