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Old 02-22-2018, 05:03 AM
metalmick metalmick is offline
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Default Cannot get midi in or out of Pro Tools

I'm using a MBox 2 Mini running 8.0.5. on a PC using Win 7. I am trying to get midi out of my pro tools session to run midi hardware. I have a midisport 1X1 and a Motu Fastlane and both are working fine. Both will show up in my IN and OUT on the midi channel and in my input devices but I cannot get midi into or out of Pro Tools. There is no trigger light on either unit (I've only used one at a time to try and get it to work). I did get midi in for a short while but that's disappeared now. It's as if a midi message cannot get to the usb buss on my pc. I have tried different usb ports too and nothing changes.
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