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Driving a Novation UltraNova synth via a Yahama synth guitar (G10 ?)

So I have this one :


and that one :


How could I plug the Yamaha (which has more keys !) to the Novation (which has a bewildering, stupendous, ear pleasing sounds!) together in order to produce awesome atmospheric tunes ?

  • @WheatWilliams: Indeed. I may have just edited the first question. Entschuldigung ! – Skippy Fastol Aug 7 '12 at 8:09

I refer you to my answer on Using keyboard/MIDI controller to learn piano

Both of your instruments contain a "MIDI controller".

Both of your instruments contain a "MIDI sound module".

Any MIDI controller can control any MIDI sound module.

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You use a MIDI cable, just like you would use to connect any piece of MIDI gear to any other piece of MIDI gear. Skippy, you are asking the exact same question you already asked here just a couple of days ago.


Here's an extensive explanation for German speakers: Was ist MIDI? Grundlegendes zum Thema MIDI und Audio

Google "What is MIDI?" in English, and I'm sure you'll find equally useful information.

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  • I'm not sure how a question about a Yamaha V50 can be a duplicate of a question regarding a Yahama G10. – Skippy Fastol Aug 6 '12 at 7:27
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    It's a duplicate because the answer to both questions is "plug in a MIDI cable". – user1044 Aug 6 '12 at 22:10
  • Most here don't read German. – American Luke Aug 6 '12 at 22:17
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    Skippy, the asker of the question, is Austrian, and I suspect his problem is that he doesn't fully understand our explanations in English, so I thought I'd give him an explanation in German. Is there a prohibition against using anything other than English on StackExchange? – user1044 Aug 6 '12 at 22:19
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    Skippy's profile says he lives in Vienna. And yes: English is my first language, but I speak German and have a working knowledge of French and Spanish. – user1044 Aug 6 '12 at 22:21

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