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Old 09-11-2007, 11:19 PM
AlohaMoto AlohaMoto is offline
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Default MIDI Plugin

When I record MIDI data on PTMP the data recorded is visible but no General MIDI sounds can be heard. I have my connection set up with a Kurzweil K2000 and automatically voices are recognized by PTMP, but even then nothing is audible. Is there a GM library setting somewhere to be found that I'm missing? I have the Universal Sound Module that came with Cubase LE, but even when I loaded it into my Pro Tools Plug-ins folder, it wouldn't read on PTMP.

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