My PC does not see my keyboard

Discussion in 'comp.music.midi' started by Meriumbe, Aug 3, 2003.

  1. Meriumbe

    Meriumbe Guest

    Hi,

    I've got a Dell Dimension V433C (an old one ;-) and I want to connect my
    Yamaha PSS-680 to it via the midi port. I've bought a gameport to midi
    adaptor and connected it, but my pc does not seem to see the keyboard. I
    get following error messages :

    "there are no MIDI recording devices available.
    Check to see if your Hardware supports MIDI recording.
    You may have a joystick port that does not double as a MIDI port.
    Also make sure your MIDI software drivers are installed properly."

    Does anyone know how I can resolve this ? I'm sure it must work, and
    something is wrong, but I don't know what.

    thanks very much.

    ---
    Meriumbe
  2. Get into the windows device manager (on Win2000, its
    Control Panel>System>Device Manager) and pop open
    "Sound, video and game controllers". Check that you have
    a "Standard Game Port" or similar looking device. If you
    don't, then that's where your problem is.

    Also, grab a copy of MIDI-OX, a midi diagnostic utility.
    You can use that to see any midi devices connected to
    your computer, and read any midi data coming from them.

    Dust

    "Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message
    news:bgiij2$mlk$1@reader08.wxs.nl...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I've got a Dell Dimension V433C (an old one ;-) and I want to connect my
    > Yamaha PSS-680 to it via the midi port. I've bought a gameport to midi
    > adaptor and connected it, but my pc does not seem to see the keyboard. I
    > get following error messages :
    >
    > "there are no MIDI recording devices available.
    > Check to see if your Hardware supports MIDI recording.
    > You may have a joystick port that does not double as a MIDI port.
    > Also make sure your MIDI software drivers are installed properly."
    >
    > Does anyone know how I can resolve this ? I'm sure it must work, and
    > something is wrong, but I don't know what.
    >
    > thanks very much.
    >
    > ---
    > Meriumbe
    >
  3. Meriumbe

    Meriumbe Guest

    thanks,

    But if I see this, tis means I have to install a game port driver ? any
    ideas on how I can see which driver I need ?
    --
    Meriumbe

    "Dustin Stuart" <stuartd@iinet.net.au> wrote in message
    news:3f2ce63e$0$23586$5a62ac22@freenews.iinet.net.au...
    > Get into the windows device manager (on Win2000, its
    > Control Panel>System>Device Manager) and pop open
    > "Sound, video and game controllers". Check that you have
    > a "Standard Game Port" or similar looking device. If you
    > don't, then that's where your problem is.
    >
    > Also, grab a copy of MIDI-OX, a midi diagnostic utility.
    > You can use that to see any midi devices connected to
    > your computer, and read any midi data coming from them.
    >
    > Dust
    >
    > "Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message
    > news:bgiij2$mlk$1@reader08.wxs.nl...
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > I've got a Dell Dimension V433C (an old one ;-) and I want to connect my
    > > Yamaha PSS-680 to it via the midi port. I've bought a gameport to midi
    > > adaptor and connected it, but my pc does not seem to see the keyboard.

    I
    > > get following error messages :
    > >
    > > "there are no MIDI recording devices available.
    > > Check to see if your Hardware supports MIDI recording.
    > > You may have a joystick port that does not double as a MIDI port.
    > > Also make sure your MIDI software drivers are installed properly."
    > >
    > > Does anyone know how I can resolve this ? I'm sure it must work, and
    > > something is wrong, but I don't know what.
    > >
    > > thanks very much.
    > >
    > > ---
    > > Meriumbe
    > >

    >
    >
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  5. Old Nick

    Old Nick Guest

    On Sun, 3 Aug 2003 10:49:13 +0200, "Meriumbe"
    <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote something
    .......and in reply I say!:

    I am not sure it will work. As it says, you may not have a MIDI
    capable gameport.

    Where are you when you get that error message?

    If in other software, then you may need to configure the software
    properly.

    If you are in Windows system somewhere, then Windows is not seeing the
    connection. You need the full driver set for your soundcard section,
    whether it's on the Mother Board or not. If those drivers include a
    MIDI section then you have capability.

    >Hi,
    >
    >I've got a Dell Dimension V433C (an old one ;-) and I want to connect my
    >Yamaha PSS-680 to it via the midi port. I've bought a gameport to midi
    >adaptor and connected it, but my pc does not seem to see the keyboard. I
    >get following error messages :
    >
    >"there are no MIDI recording devices available.
    >Check to see if your Hardware supports MIDI recording.
    >You may have a joystick port that does not double as a MIDI port.
    >Also make sure your MIDI software drivers are installed properly."
    >
    >Does anyone know how I can resolve this ? I'm sure it must work, and
    >something is wrong, but I don't know what.
    >
    >thanks very much.
    >
    >---
    >Meriumbe
    >


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  6. jreiswig

    jreiswig Guest

    I'm having a very similar problem - I've got a Dell with a sound card
    that claims to support midi, the gameport is on the sound card (I
    think - it's next to the audio jacks - I haven't opened it up), I've
    got the latest driver for the sound card, brand new midi keyboard,
    cable with midi in and out on one end and a gameport plug on the other
    end. But - I go to play the keyboard in my music program: nothing.
    I'm pretty sure (!) I've set the preferences up in the music software
    correctly. No error message in my case, but nothing is coming in.
    It's not a volume problem - there are no notes coming in. I
    downloaded MIDI-OX but I am completely lost in all the mapping jargon
    and as far as I can tell, it's not seeing any midi input.

    I've ordered a cable to try connecting via USB, so I'll try that next
    - and of course it's backordered. But I wouldn't be surprised if
    there's some very simple checkbox missing somewhere - is there
    something I have to run to activate midi? I'm not seeing anything
    obvious at all, and I also imagine this is one of those situations
    where the respective help desks at Dell, Creative, and Yamaha would
    all point fingers at each other saying it's THEIR problem...

    I'm going to be pissed if I have to install a new sound card though.
    How DO you tell if your gameport supports midi input? Can you MAKE it
    support it through drivers/software or is it hardware? Am I insane
    for trying to use a Soundblaster Live at all? I'm just an amateur - no
    pretensions toward professional recording.

    Setup: Dell P4, WindowsXP, Soundblaster 5.1 Live, Yamaha PSR292
    keyboard.
    And yes, I'm a total newbie to midi.

    (Sorry, Meriumbe - I'm no help at all!)

    ...jenny



    "Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message news:<bgjvig$bh5$1@reader08.wxs.nl>...
    > thanks,
    >
    > But if I see this, tis means I have to install a game port driver ? any
    > ideas on how I can see which driver I need ?
    > --
    > Meriumbe
    >
    > "Dustin Stuart" <stuartd@iinet.net.au> wrote in message
    > news:3f2ce63e$0$23586$5a62ac22@freenews.iinet.net.au...
    > > Get into the windows device manager (on Win2000, its
    > > Control Panel>System>Device Manager) and pop open
    > > "Sound, video and game controllers". Check that you have
    > > a "Standard Game Port" or similar looking device. If you
    > > don't, then that's where your problem is.
    > >
    > > Also, grab a copy of MIDI-OX, a midi diagnostic utility.
    > > You can use that to see any midi devices connected to
    > > your computer, and read any midi data coming from them.
    > >
    > > Dust
    > >


    > > "Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message
    > > news:bgiij2$mlk$1@reader08.wxs.nl...
    > > > Hi,
    > > >
    > > > I've got a Dell Dimension V433C (an old one ;-) and I want to connect my
    > > > Yamaha PSS-680 to it via the midi port. I've bought a gameport to midi
    > > > adaptor and connected it, but my pc does not seem to see the keyboard.

    > I
    > > > get following error messages :
    > > >
    > > > "there are no MIDI recording devices available.
    > > > Check to see if your Hardware supports MIDI recording.
    > > > You may have a joystick port that does not double as a MIDI port.
    > > > Also make sure your MIDI software drivers are installed properly."
    > > >
    > > > Does anyone know how I can resolve this ? I'm sure it must work, and
    > > > something is wrong, but I don't know what.
    > > >
    > > > thanks very much.
    > > >
    > > > ---
    > > > Meriumbe
    > > >

    > >
    > >
  7. On 5 Aug 2003 22:20:18 -0700, jreiswig@ucsd.edu (jreiswig) wrote:

    >I'm having a very similar problem - I've got a Dell with a sound card
    >that claims to support midi, the gameport is on the sound card (I
    >think - it's next to the audio jacks - I haven't opened it up), I've
    >got the latest driver for the sound card, brand new midi keyboard,
    >cable with midi in and out on one end and a gameport plug on the other
    >end. But - I go to play the keyboard in my music program: nothing.
    >I'm pretty sure (!) I've set the preferences up in the music software
    >correctly. No error message in my case, but nothing is coming in.
    >It's not a volume problem - there are no notes coming in. I
    >downloaded MIDI-OX but I am completely lost in all the mapping jargon
    >and as far as I can tell, it's not seeing any midi input.
    >
    >I've ordered a cable to try connecting via USB, so I'll try that next
    >- and of course it's backordered. But I wouldn't be surprised if
    >there's some very simple checkbox missing somewhere - is there
    >something I have to run to activate midi? I'm not seeing anything
    >obvious at all, and I also imagine this is one of those situations
    >where the respective help desks at Dell, Creative, and Yamaha would
    >all point fingers at each other saying it's THEIR problem...
    >
    >I'm going to be pissed if I have to install a new sound card though.
    >How DO you tell if your gameport supports midi input? Can you MAKE it
    >support it through drivers/software or is it hardware? Am I insane
    >for trying to use a Soundblaster Live at all? I'm just an amateur - no
    >pretensions toward professional recording.


    For the SB Live? Definitely supports MIDI via the gameport with a
    suitable adapter cable and the right drivers. There should be an
    External MIDI device listed on your MIDI tab in sounds, and among the
    inputs and oututs in your MIDI sequencer program.

    If the device shows up in the System control panel, hardware, sound
    and multimedia devices for MIDI, and is on the Sounds control panel
    for MIDI, then at least the software/driver part is working.


    Some gameport to MIDI cables won't work with some cards/keyboards.
    Some are actually defective. It is possible that you have one which
    won't work, and will need to use another one.

    Now, in some cases, there will be a motherboard MIDI device present,
    and that will disable the sound card port (or vice versa). This will
    show up in the hardware devices list, though -- the disabled device is
    marked with a yellow mark.



    >Setup: Dell P4, WindowsXP, Soundblaster 5.1 Live, Yamaha PSR292
    >keyboard.
    >And yes, I'm a total newbie to midi.



    One other thing, some keyboards require pressing some button/switch
    in order to send or receive MIDI. Most of the PSR series sends
    always, but only receives when set to "Local Off" mode. If working
    off MIDI messages, pressing the keys should generate no sounds,
    because the keyboard output is no longer connected to its synth.



    >"Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message news:<bgjvig$bh5$1@reader08.wxs.nl>...
    >> thanks,
    >>
    >> But if I see this, tis means I have to install a game port driver ? any
    >> ideas on how I can see which driver I need ?
    >> --
    >> Meriumbe
    >>
    >> "Dustin Stuart" <stuartd@iinet.net.au> wrote in message
    >> news:3f2ce63e$0$23586$5a62ac22@freenews.iinet.net.au...
    >> > Get into the windows device manager (on Win2000, its
    >> > Control Panel>System>Device Manager) and pop open
    >> > "Sound, video and game controllers". Check that you have
    >> > a "Standard Game Port" or similar looking device. If you
    >> > don't, then that's where your problem is.
    >> >
    >> > Also, grab a copy of MIDI-OX, a midi diagnostic utility.
    >> > You can use that to see any midi devices connected to
    >> > your computer, and read any midi data coming from them.
    >> >
    >> > Dust
    >> >

    >
    >> > "Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message
    >> > news:bgiij2$mlk$1@reader08.wxs.nl...
    >> > > Hi,
    >> > >
    >> > > I've got a Dell Dimension V433C (an old one ;-) and I want to connect my
    >> > > Yamaha PSS-680 to it via the midi port. I've bought a gameport to midi
    >> > > adaptor and connected it, but my pc does not seem to see the keyboard.

    >> I
    >> > > get following error messages :
    >> > >
    >> > > "there are no MIDI recording devices available.
    >> > > Check to see if your Hardware supports MIDI recording.
    >> > > You may have a joystick port that does not double as a MIDI port.
    >> > > Also make sure your MIDI software drivers are installed properly."
    >> > >
    >> > > Does anyone know how I can resolve this ? I'm sure it must work, and
    >> > > something is wrong, but I don't know what.
    >> > >
    >> > > thanks very much.
    >> > >


    --
    *-__Jeffery Jones__________| *Starfire* |____________________-*
    ** Muskego WI Access Channel 14/25 <http://www.execpc.com/~jeffsj/mach7/>
    *Starfire Design Studio* <http://www.starfiredesign.com/>
  8. jreiswig

    jreiswig Guest

    Thanks very much for the nice reply. About half an hour after posting
    I did discover my completely idiotic boneheaded mistake and thought
    about just cancelling the post because of how stupid it was. But I
    thought no, tomorrow I'll fess up and you can all have a good laugh -
    just in case some other bozo at a future time can read it and save
    themselves the humiliation. Turns out...

    When I was connecting everything up, I took the end of the cable with
    the word IN on it and put in the hole with - the word IN on it. And
    similarly connected OUT to OUT. Duh. Wrong. In goes in the out hole,
    out goes in the in hole. Anyone who's had basic sex ed can tell you
    that, right?! And yes, I DID read my instructions and blithely did the
    opposite. Everything is working absolutely fine now. Take-home
    message: gin & tonic and MIDI do not mix.

    Sigh. Much head-slapping ensued.

    I can see this IS going to be a ton of fun to work with though!

    ...jenny


    Jeffery S. Jones <jeffsj@execpc.com> wrote in message news:<vq22jvku01bf868m8bqfb3uto2esn3vee8@4ax.com>...
    > On 5 Aug 2003 22:20:18 -0700, jreiswig@ucsd.edu (jreiswig) wrote:
    >
    > >I'm having a very similar problem - I've got a Dell with a sound card
    > >that claims to support midi, the gameport is on the sound card (I
    > >think - it's next to the audio jacks - I haven't opened it up), I've

    snip snip
    >I'm going to be pissed if I have to install a new sound card though.
    > >How DO you tell if your gameport supports midi input? Can you MAKE it
    > >support it through drivers/software or is it hardware? Am I insane
    > >for trying to use a Soundblaster Live at all? I'm just an amateur - no
    > >pretensions toward professional recording.

    >
    > For the SB Live? Definitely supports MIDI via the gameport with a
    > suitable adapter cable and the right drivers. There should be an
    > External MIDI device listed on your MIDI tab in sounds, and among the
    > inputs and oututs in your MIDI sequencer program.
    >
    > If the device shows up in the System control panel, hardware, sound
    > and multimedia devices for MIDI, and is on the Sounds control panel
    > for MIDI, then at least the software/driver part is working.
    >
    >
    > Some gameport to MIDI cables won't work with some cards/keyboards.
    > Some are actually defective. It is possible that you have one which
    > won't work, and will need to use another one.
    >
    > Now, in some cases, there will be a motherboard MIDI device present,
    > and that will disable the sound card port (or vice versa). This will
    > show up in the hardware devices list, though -- the disabled device is
    > marked with a yellow mark.
    >
    >
  9. Meriumbe

    Meriumbe Guest

    "jreiswig" <jreiswig@ucsd.edu> wrote in message
    news:ce801239.0308052120.3e65310c@posting.google.com...
    > I'm having a very similar problem - I've got a Dell with a sound card
    > that claims to support midi, the gameport is on the sound card (I
    > think - it's next to the audio jacks - I haven't opened it up), I've
    > got the latest driver for the sound card, brand new midi keyboard,
    > cable with midi in and out on one end and a gameport plug on the other
    > end. But - I go to play the keyboard in my music program: nothing.
    > I'm pretty sure (!) I've set the preferences up in the music software
    > correctly. No error message in my case, but nothing is coming in.
    > It's not a volume problem - there are no notes coming in. I
    > downloaded MIDI-OX but I am completely lost in all the mapping jargon
    > and as far as I can tell, it's not seeing any midi input.
    >
    > I've ordered a cable to try connecting via USB, so I'll try that next
    > - and of course it's backordered. But I wouldn't be surprised if
    > there's some very simple checkbox missing somewhere - is there
    > something I have to run to activate midi? I'm not seeing anything
    > obvious at all, and I also imagine this is one of those situations
    > where the respective help desks at Dell, Creative, and Yamaha would
    > all point fingers at each other saying it's THEIR problem...
    >
    > I'm going to be pissed if I have to install a new sound card though.
    > How DO you tell if your gameport supports midi input? Can you MAKE it
    > support it through drivers/software or is it hardware? Am I insane
    > for trying to use a Soundblaster Live at all? I'm just an amateur - no
    > pretensions toward professional recording.
    >
    > Setup: Dell P4, WindowsXP, Soundblaster 5.1 Live, Yamaha PSR292
    > keyboard.
    > And yes, I'm a total newbie to midi.
    >
    > (Sorry, Meriumbe - I'm no help at all!)
    >
    > ..jenny

    I've got mine working now, with another - MIDI supporting - gamecard. It
    works fine. But at first it did not do anything either, until I switched in
    and out on my keyboard. Apparently (the logic looses me), you have to
    connect the OUT of the game card to the IN on the keyboard and the IN on the
    card to the OUT on the keyboard. In the old days, when I used an Atari, IN
    was connected to IN andsoon.

    Did you try this ?

    Cheers,

    Meriumbe
  10. On 6 Aug 2003 17:25:28 -0700, jreiswig@ucsd.edu (jreiswig) wrote:

    >Thanks very much for the nice reply. About half an hour after posting
    >I did discover my completely idiotic boneheaded mistake and thought
    >about just cancelling the post because of how stupid it was. But I
    >thought no, tomorrow I'll fess up and you can all have a good laugh -
    >just in case some other bozo at a future time can read it and save
    >themselves the humiliation. Turns out...
    >
    >When I was connecting everything up, I took the end of the cable with
    >the word IN on it and put in the hole with - the word IN on it. And
    >similarly connected OUT to OUT. Duh. Wrong. In goes in the out hole,
    >out goes in the in hole. Anyone who's had basic sex ed can tell you
    >that, right?! And yes, I DID read my instructions and blithely did the
    >opposite. Everything is working absolutely fine now. Take-home
    >message: gin & tonic and MIDI do not mix.


    That is a common mistake. So much so that I forgot to mention it as
    a possibility.

    The in and out thing works the same way with audio devices.
    Keyboard audio out to mixer or sound card in. Maybe that makes it
    easier for musicians to understand it?

    >Sigh. Much head-slapping ensued.
    >
    >I can see this IS going to be a ton of fun to work with though!


    It is loads of fun for sure.

    --
    *-__Jeffery Jones__________| *Starfire* |____________________-*
    ** Muskego WI Access Channel 14/25 <http://www.execpc.com/~jeffsj/mach7/>
    *Starfire Design Studio* <http://www.starfiredesign.com/>
  11. jreiswig

    jreiswig Guest

    Yep - this was my boneheaded problem too - I posted yesterday.
    I couldn't believe the machinations I tried to go through to solve the
    simplest problem in the book - cables set up wrong. I had read the
    instructions in the manual and on the cable package which both
    describe the correct arrangement of cables. But when I was behind
    there, I just got distracted and matched up IN with IN and OUT with
    OUT. Big old DUH. Yes, I'm blonde - why do you ask!?
    ...jenny

    Hopefully at least the presence of this thread in the archive for this
    group
    will help other folks in the future!


    > I've got mine working now, with another - MIDI supporting - gamecard. It
    > works fine. But at first it did not do anything either, until I switched in
    > and out on my keyboard. Apparently (the logic looses me), you have to
    > connect the OUT of the game card to the IN on the keyboard and the IN on the
    > card to the OUT on the keyboard. In the old days, when I used an Atari, IN
    > was connected to IN andsoon.
    >
    > Did you try this ?
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > Meriumbe
  12. Old Nick

    Old Nick Guest

    On 5 Aug 2003 22:20:18 -0700, jreiswig@ucsd.edu (jreiswig) wrote
    something
    .......and in reply I say!:

    What music software are you using? What settings have you tried that
    you think are right? What are you seeing whehn you try to set those
    settings?

    MIDI Ox can be a bit intimidating. But as with _any_ MIDI programme,
    you need to map MIDI ports etc. Leave "Mapping" itself in MIDI Ox
    alone though! You are after MIDI Devices. OPn that up and let's know
    what's listed there.

    That's what you are looking for in any MIDI software.

    >I'm having a very similar problem - I've got a Dell with a sound card
    >that claims to support midi, the gameport is on the sound card (I
    >think - it's next to the audio jacks - I haven't opened it up), I've
    >got the latest driver for the sound card, brand new midi keyboard,
    >cable with midi in and out on one end and a gameport plug on the other
    >end. But - I go to play the keyboard in my music program: nothing.
    >I'm pretty sure (!) I've set the preferences up in the music software
    >correctly. No error message in my case, but nothing is coming in.
    >It's not a volume problem - there are no notes coming in. I
    >downloaded MIDI-OX but I am completely lost in all the mapping jargon
    >and as far as I can tell, it's not seeing any midi input.
    >
    >I've ordered a cable to try connecting via USB, so I'll try that next
    >- and of course it's backordered. But I wouldn't be surprised if
    >there's some very simple checkbox missing somewhere - is there
    >something I have to run to activate midi? I'm not seeing anything
    >obvious at all, and I also imagine this is one of those situations
    >where the respective help desks at Dell, Creative, and Yamaha would
    >all point fingers at each other saying it's THEIR problem...
    >
    >I'm going to be pissed if I have to install a new sound card though.
    >How DO you tell if your gameport supports midi input? Can you MAKE it
    >support it through drivers/software or is it hardware? Am I insane
    >for trying to use a Soundblaster Live at all? I'm just an amateur - no
    >pretensions toward professional recording.
    >
    >Setup: Dell P4, WindowsXP, Soundblaster 5.1 Live, Yamaha PSR292
    >keyboard.
    >And yes, I'm a total newbie to midi.
    >
    >(Sorry, Meriumbe - I'm no help at all!)
    >
    >..jenny
    >
    >
    >
    >"Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message news:<bgjvig$bh5$1@reader08.wxs.nl>...
    >> thanks,
    >>
    >> But if I see this, tis means I have to install a game port driver ? any
    >> ideas on how I can see which driver I need ?
    >> --
    >> Meriumbe
    >>
    >> "Dustin Stuart" <stuartd@iinet.net.au> wrote in message
    >> news:3f2ce63e$0$23586$5a62ac22@freenews.iinet.net.au...
    >> > Get into the windows device manager (on Win2000, its
    >> > Control Panel>System>Device Manager) and pop open
    >> > "Sound, video and game controllers". Check that you have
    >> > a "Standard Game Port" or similar looking device. If you
    >> > don't, then that's where your problem is.
    >> >
    >> > Also, grab a copy of MIDI-OX, a midi diagnostic utility.
    >> > You can use that to see any midi devices connected to
    >> > your computer, and read any midi data coming from them.
    >> >
    >> > Dust
    >> >

    >
    >> > "Meriumbe" <no-spam@planetinternet.be> wrote in message
    >> > news:bgiij2$mlk$1@reader08.wxs.nl...
    >> > > Hi,
    >> > >
    >> > > I've got a Dell Dimension V433C (an old one ;-) and I want to connect my
    >> > > Yamaha PSS-680 to it via the midi port. I've bought a gameport to midi
    >> > > adaptor and connected it, but my pc does not seem to see the keyboard.

    >> I
    >> > > get following error messages :
    >> > >
    >> > > "there are no MIDI recording devices available.
    >> > > Check to see if your Hardware supports MIDI recording.
    >> > > You may have a joystick port that does not double as a MIDI port.
    >> > > Also make sure your MIDI software drivers are installed properly."
    >> > >
    >> > > Does anyone know how I can resolve this ? I'm sure it must work, and
    >> > > something is wrong, but I don't know what.
    >> > >
    >> > > thanks very much.
    >> > >
    >> > > ---
    >> > > Meriumbe
    >> > >
    >> >
    >> >


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  13. sudest3

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    put the usb in and go to device manager and enable it
  14. Old Nick

    Old Nick Guest

    On 6 Aug 2003 17:25:28 -0700, jreiswig@ucsd.edu (jreiswig) wrote
    something
    .......and in reply I say!:

    OK. The truth. I reckon Jeffery, like me, is now sitting here going
    "Duh!" themselves. This is actually one of the commonest mistakes
    made, and does not reflect on you. None of us thought of it!

    >Thanks very much for the nice reply. About half an hour after posting


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  15. dyon

    dyon Guest

    hello to you all,

    i''m new to the list but I have a little questtion to you all.
    Is there any one who can chance a.wav file into a .midi file. I believe
    there must be some software around called midi scan but I can''t find it
    anywhere.
    can somebody show me the way???
    thanks in advance

    please if you reply reply to baest@iae.nl

    cheers
  16. Old Nick

    Old Nick Guest

    On Wed, 13 Aug 2003 21:15:17 GMT, "dyon" <baest@iae.nl> wrote
    something
    .......and in reply I say!:

    In a word. NO. There are some that have made brave attempts, that
    still fall short, on either monophonic music or polyphonic music that
    has only absolutely tones or semi-tones (eg piano).

    >hello to you all,
    >
    >i''m new to the list but I have a little questtion to you all.
    >Is there any one who can chance a.wav file into a .midi file. I believe
    >there must be some software around called midi scan but I can''t find it
    >anywhere.
    >can somebody show me the way???
    >thanks in advance
    >
    >please if you reply reply to baest@iae.nl
    >
    >cheers
    >
    >


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