Midi Problems

Midi Problems

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Posted by Isidoro on March 09, 2000 at 05:03:20:

I'm about to go absolutely NUTS!!!
I have an M748LMRT motherboard which has a built-in C-media soundcard.
I also have an Awe64 Gold
I have a roland D-5 keyboard
And a roland XP-30 keyboard
I use Cakewalk to sequence midi

Now for the problem. I hook up the D-5 to the C-media midi in/out and it works for a while recording and playback, but after a few recordings the midi in stops working
I hook up the Xp-30 instead of the D-5, same problem just that this time it even records notes I didn't play.
So at this stage I assume the problem is the sound card and not the keyboards.

So I disabled the C-media soundcard and put in my Awe64. Now first I hooked up the D-5. Same problem
Then instead I hooked up the Xp-30 still with the Awe64 and same problem.

So... If it's not the keyboard and not the soundcard....where else does the midi information go or what else effects it in my computer.

I might also add that i was happily using a pentium 75 with my Awe64 and roland D-5 before i purchased the new computer.
So there must be something in my new computer that effects the midi information after it has passed from the keyboard to the midi in. From there something fishy is happening.

Also there are no problems with midi out. I can quite happily play already written midi files, it's only when I want to record that I have this problem.

I hope someone can help!!!


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