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Old 09-29-2011, 12:15 PM
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Default Midi from drums through command 8 then superior drummer

Hi Guys

just a little help is needed ive always used a midi uno for my digital drums midi info to travel to superior drummer in pro tools. never had a problem. Had to give the midi uno back to the chap i borrowed it off so i thought i use the midi ports on the back of my command 8. Can anyone out there help me set this up as im having no luck what so ever. Plus for some reason i cant get my command 8 to work with pro tools



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