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The answers suggesting "Midi sequencer" are just wrong. A sequencer is for recording and replaying Midi signals but does not turn them into audio. In a similar vein, DAW or "Digital Audio Workstation" is wrong. While the scope of a DAW is ill-defined and may well come with a Midi softsynth, this is by no means a required component. Indeed, DAW is not ...
Found a solution : Open Control Panel Go to: Hardware and Sound->Power Options Find your preferred power plan and click “Change plan settings” Click “Change advanced power settings” A dialog box similar to the example in the graphic below will open Find the entry “USB settings” and expand it Expand the entry “USB selective suspend setting” Use the ...
I have finally got this working. The MO8 had its midi setting set to "midi" which made sense, but it should have been set to "USB" , which does beg the question of why it showed up on the mac at all? Once I change that, maschine started working correctly without the random notes.
Without a DAW Connect MIDI-out port of Yamaha MO8 to MIDI-in port of Maschine with a MIDI cable. This way you can directly trigger Maschine sounds from Yamaha O8. Maschine will playback the MIDI channel picked on Yamaha O8. [Yamaha MO8] MIDI-out >---> MIDI-in [Maschine] USB --- USB [PC] >---> Audio OUT With your DAW The other way is to ...
I run the POD HD 500, and despite it having an excellent set of output circuits I still need to use a soundcard in order to reduce latency when recording. I would assume that the X3 live latency is the same or worse than the HD500, so I'd advise buying a good external soundcard. I went for one of the M-Audio ones. Reasonable price point and loads of ...
In the inspector (above the channel strip of the focused track) you'll see a section with the name of the track. Expand it (if it isn't already) and you'll see a MIDI channel section. There you can select a specific channel for the track to listen to, instead of the default "all". The rest will depend in your devices (keyboards, surface controls, etc). ...
It's not exactly what you asked for, but are you aware of DosBox (http://www.dosbox.com/wiki/Main_Page) which emulates DOS on more modern systems?
Ableton Live seems like the closest match for your requirements. It allows you to import and cue up MIDI files and it supports MIDI output to external devices. I cannot give the step-by-step instructions, but I definitely think learning to use Ableton (it is large and feature-rich) would be faster than creating your own program. This shows that Ableton ...
If you know what you want the score to look like, the score-writing programs already mentioned will help you do the job. If the MIDI is configured as one string=one channel and you want guitar tab rather than staff notation, you might even get some way towards automatic conversion!
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