Is there any chance to connect synthesizer with standard midi IN and OUT
to Notebook via USB.
> Any Ideas?
Personally I have a M-Audio Uno; about 50$ CDN at my local music shop, works
great (Win2k and WinXP).
"If you're not *outraged*, you're not paying attention!"
Quote:> Is there any chance to connect synthesizer with standard midi IN and OUT
> to Notebook via USB.
> Any Ideas?
OKay, I am a new used M-Audio Delta 1010 owner, and seem to be having
what I consider a problem using the Delta as my main Windows sound
source/playback device. The unit works absolutely great in Reason 2 and
Live 2.01 using ASIO drivers, and plays back flawlessly. But when I try
to use it through Windows, I either just get continous clicks that don't
go away until I reboot, or nothing at all. I have tried different
combinations of settings, but just can't get it to work through windows.
I think I might be missing something really obvious, but just can't see
it. I am running Windows XP Pro, what do I have to do to get this to
work through Windows? What settings do I have to have set, and where?
I have hardware outs 1&2 routed to my amp.
In the Delta Control panel I have the Monitor Mixer routed to Hardware
In my Sounds and Audio Devices control panel, I have the options under
Sound Playback to make my default device either "M-Audio Delta 1010 -
Multichannel" or "M-Audio Delta 1/2" which should I choose?
For Sound Recording, I have the options of making the default device "M-
Audio Delta 1010 - Multichannel" or "M-Audio Delta 1010 Mon Mixer",
again, which should be chosen?
The manual I downloaded from the M-Audio site offers vague directions,
which I think I have followed correctly but still can't get it to work.
M-Audio tech support sent me tips for optimizing my audio system
performance, but it WORKS, just not in Windows...
Thanks for any help anyone may be able to offer.
10. Help Please!!