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Mistermaarten150

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  1. Wow, I don't know what I did exactly, but it's working!! Thank you guys!
  2. Edit: now I can see it is registered when I press a key, but I can't hear the notes.
  3. Thank you for the suggestion. I have been able to follow the video up until the point when the guy starts playing his MIDI-keyboard. Mine doesn't make sound yet. I get this notification:
  4. Hello, I'm a complete beginner in keyboard music and Cakewalk in general. I've found the interface a bit daunting and I couldn't easily find a tutorial on how to connect my MIDI keyboard to Cakewalk. When I start the program, it does automatically recognize my USB-connected keyboard, but I don't get any sound when I press the keys afterward. Could someone please explain how I can get sound? And perhaps how I can choose different instruments? (e.g., I'd like to play with piano, harpsichord and Moog-like sounds). My model is a (very cheap) Alesis Q49. Thank you in advance!
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