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Thread Help with Reason midi

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boomer_en

boomer_en

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1 Posted on 02/27/2005 at 18:18:56
Hey
I'm trying to use Reason (2.5) with a midi keyboard emulator. The problem is that Reason won't recognize any midi input. In the midi section of the preferences menu the only option is "no midi input". I've checked my sound card settings and everything seems like it should be right. Any suggestions for other things to try? Thanks!!

~b
boomer_en

boomer_en

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2 Posted on 02/28/2005 at 12:25:50
Hey everyone,
I was talking to a buddy and he helped me figure out the problem. If anyone's interested, I had the two end pieces, the keyboard emulator and the sequencer, but was missing the connection between the two. I was under the impression that the sound card would do that, but now i know. I ended up getting midiyoke from midiox.com, it's freeware so if you end up with the same problem, I've got it all figured out now and can help you out if you need.

~b
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