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Old 11-24-2005, 01:03 AM
mikenienaber mikenienaber is offline
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Default MIDI OUT settings to my V-Drums

Hey, Ive just hooked up my V-Drums to my 002R running LE 6.4. Sure, Im getting MIDI In and hooked up the analog ins so recording it and everythings fine, but say I want to edit my midi then play it back into my Roland module so I get the best performance. What settings must be in place for the midi to go back to the Roland? Please help...
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Old 11-24-2005, 10:28 AM
jbr jbr is offline
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Default Re: MIDI OUT settings to my V-Drums

I also use V-Drums(TD-10 Expanded) with 002R & 6.9.
Are you talking about the settings in the V-Drum module or PTLE?
Do you have a MIDI-Out cable into your V-Drum module MIDI-In port?
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