G'day. I recently found a guy selling a used XP-80. He had been using it in a church group and did not use the MIDI functions for anything except a tone generator. I had been using my Roland E200 without a hitch a few months ago, but don't have it with me anymore. I plugged in to my Tascam US-122 interface and tried controlling the XP-80 from three different DAWs on my laptop, but whenever I try to play back something I record, a bunch of random low notes and feedbackish sounds would come out. When I looked in the key editor, I could see that random low notes were playing really fast, even when I stopped the playback. It only stops when I exit the DAW. As this is an older keyboard, I'm thinking there may be an electrical problem, but I'm curious if anyone knows of some setting that may also be causing this weird interference. Or perhaps the problem lies in my interface or the laptop itself? However, to try to work around this problem, I bought some floppy disks to try to just use the Roland sequencer and control Cubase or Cakewalk from there, but to no avail, as the drive won't read the disks. I know they are the correct format, so this is one strike against the Roland. Can anyone suggest something? The tone of the patches mixed with the weighted keys make this the perfect machine for what I want to do. Well, at least the perfect machine for my price range right now. But I do have the option of trading it in for a Korg Triton, which I bet would have a lot less problems in this department.