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Thread Edirol PCR-A30 and Cubase SX2

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CrazyJo82

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1 Posted on 05/30/2006 at 21:31:21
I just bought the Edirol PCR-A30 for a few reason... I was looking for something cheap but decent and something I'm used to using. I've worked with Roland keyboards for years in school. I couldn't afford $1000 for the Roland Juno... and I dont have much room on my desk...

Now, I've finally figured out how to get the keyboard working with Finale... but I'm having the biggest trouble trying to get it to work with Cubase!

Under Device Setup I've got the Default MIDI Port set to Edirol PCR-A 2 for input and Edirol PCR-A for output. Both have "[emulated]" word beside it. I've follow the book instruction (ah... right... at least, as much as I could figure out) but I haven't been able to produce any sound FROM the keyboard when I set it to Edirol PCR-A setting from the left side panel. I can only get the VST instrument to produce a sound...

I should note that the keyboard is connected to the PC through USB only...

Thanks for any help!
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