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This is my Atari MIDI setup

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Good morning everyone , this is my MIDI setup on the Atari 8 Bit I am using an SIO2MIDI device with a USB MIDI adapter on the PC, is there a way to get more than 1 voice to play over this setup, I will enclose a pic. I noticed that unless I 

run Mixcraft on the PC, I get no sound at all. Is there some sort of USB drivers out that will fix this? Russ

 

 

 

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Maybe it's just me, but I don't hear any sound on that video.

 

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18 minutes ago, Mazzspeed said:

I just lost 35 seconds... ;)

Well, I got it working on Mixcraft 9 Pro, with the MIDI in coming from the Atari 8 Bit (130 XE)

 

Mixcraft 9 Pro acts as a sequencing instrument.

 

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3 minutes ago, rcamp48 said:

Well, I got it working on Mixcraft 9 Pro, with the MIDI in coming from the Atari 8 Bit (130 XE)

 

Mixcraft 9 Pro acts as a sequencing instrument.

 

Interesting.

 

I remember back in the 80's and possibly very early 90's (regarding certain musicians) the BBC Master was a popular platform as a sequencer, I remember Vince Clarke and Dave Gahan both ran BBC micro's as sequencers, with many moving onto the ST as time inevitably moved on.

 

Cool stuff! It would be nice to hear some audio...?

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I am working on it, I successfully recorded a MIDI song with Mixcraft playing into the Atari, but I am trying to get audio from the PC, when playing from the Atari, Ihad it working perfectly maybe I need to reboot the PC.

 

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