Logic Fun MIDI problem

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by seven, Jan 31, 2002.

  1. seven

    seven Active Member

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    I recently downloaded Logic Fun, and the midi out on my keyboard is not working. The cable is brand new, and I checked the connections, they're just fine. Midi in works great. I'm using a Casio CTK-530 keyboard. Any suggestions? Thanks.
     
  2. pan

    pan Guest

    of the keyboard, or the MIDI-interface or inside logic???? Please make up your mind!

    ...sounds like a hardware-problem to me
     
  3. seven

    seven Active Member

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    Okay...let me rephrase my statement. The [midi in] on the transport window on the Logic program is reading "no in", while the [midi out] is reading action. The connections are fine.
     
  4. pan

    pan Guest

    in other words..you cannot record, but you can create a new sequence in the Arrange and let it output on an Instrument to trigger your synth?
    I must admit, that I'm not too familiar with that version - emagic made a VERY limited free version. You're better off with the Logic-Rocket-Version - look at their site, it should be available over there.
     
  5. seven

    seven Active Member

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    Thanks, the cable was labled wrong...out was in and vice versa...anyhow...my problem now is that there is a slight delay between the time that I actually hit the note on the keyboard and the time it's heard on the program...it's throwing off my tempo...what to do?
     
  6. pan

    pan Guest

    Hey Seven. I think you're likely to find useful information about the basics of logic in the logic-user-group. Here's a good point to start:

    http://community.sonikmatter.com/cgi-bin/emagic/ultimatebb.cgi

    I'm sorry to appear rejective, but there are better resources for your kind of problems: With hopefully more input and more traffic. Hope to hear from you,
     

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