Midi cards/adaptors for PC what the best way to get 2 seperate outs?

Midi cards/adaptors for PC what the best way to get 2 seperate outs?

Post by TobySh » Thu, 26 Jun 1997 04:00:00

I need some help.

On my atari/cubase system I made a lead to get two midi outs.
Now we have upgraged to cubase audio on the PC we still need two midi outs, but
there is only one out on out AWE64 card.

Is there a cheap way of getting 32 channels, can I make a lead,
The cheapest we have found in the UK is a 100 card, this seems a lot
of money for something the Atari could do for a few 's

I would really appreciate advice on this one.


Toby (Optik)


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