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Thread MIDI SETUP PROBLEMS W/MAC G5 & YAMAHA YPT 300, M-AUDIO UNO USB INTRFCE

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bsladek

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1 Posted on 07/06/2006 at 20:56:06
STILL having a load of difficulty with my MIDI setup and no one seems to know how to fix my problem. I have talked with several people and while there suggestions have been helpful I am still looking for the right answer. First off I will let you know how I have things setup at the moment. I have a yamaha YPT 300 keyboard connected to a m-audio "UNO" MIDI Interface which is connected to my mac OS X (version 10.4.7). I have also used this same setup on my Windows XP. Ok all of the drivers - the one for M-Audio as well as YAMAHA- have been installed properly. I have installed both of them more than once. I also have ensured that everything in my Audio setup is connected correctly. I even called Macintosh and ensured that everything was done right and to make sure it wasn't a computer problem. Lastly I made sure that the software I was using - Finale and/or Garageband- was not the problem (I experience the same problem on either Garageband or Finale so it doesn't matter anyway). I also have made sure my keyboard is set up right for MIDI. Alright, now first off I would like to let you know what what happens when I try to use MIDI. I play a note on my keyboard - it sounds right away- then I play another note say about three to four seconds later and it also sound right away as well. The problem I am having is that when I try when I play any not inbetween that 3-4 seconds it doesn't sound and is not recorded either. All I get is this fairly quiet deep vibrating feedback noise. I have tried MIDI latency settings and this is not the problem. Faulty MIDI interface? Any help would be great.

Thanks,


Brian
Axeman

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2 Posted on 07/06/2006 at 20:46:14
Sounds like you've done just about everything. You might go back and try your setup on the XP rig again to make sure your midi interface hasn't died.

The M-Audio website has some helpful forums there that might be able to get you some more ideas.
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