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Old 12-14-2022, 03:39 PM
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Default Recording Roland Juno ds88 sounds directly into pro tools via usb cable?

So I would like to know if anyone has been able to record the audio from a Roland Juno Ds88 (or ds76 or ds66) directly into pro tools by usb cable from the keyboard to computer? I know you can record midi this way but would like to know if I can bypass the audio digital/analog conversions that happen when you use the preamps on the audio interface. Unfortunately there are no light pipe or other digital interfaces on the keyboard or my focusrite scarlet interface. USB is what I got. The Roland website see you can do this but they only list other daws like Cubase and not pro tools.
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