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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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). ...


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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?


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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 ...


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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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