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Vasco Patrício

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  1. When I did, it solved the MIDI latency issue but caused by audio interface to stop working (it started using the PC speakers instead). I switched it back to MME-32 and everything was working (no MIDI latency). I hate it when I don't understand what happened, but fact is everything is working now! Thanks all, VP
  2. I tried it and it didn't work. I have reasons to believe the MIDI interface is not working properly hence I switched to a USB MIDI keyboard. Thanks anyway.
  3. UPDATE: Input Echo was off... As soon as I switched it on, it worked. Thanks for the help. I have now an issue with latency but I will look online for a solution first before I bother you all again
  4. I'm not sure. I will answer as soon as I get home tonight. Thanks!
  5. Yes, I also used TTS-1 for testing. Pressing the keys on the GUI works, pressing them on the physical keyboard doesn't.
  6. Hi Canopus, Thanks for the correction. I willl check tonight if I mistyped the filename. I will update after.
  7. Hi David, It's Behringer UMC404HD that shows in the MIDI devices list, not the Yamaha NP-25.
  8. Thanks for your suport. I confirm point 1), 2) and 3) I will check point 2.c) tonight just to make sure, maybe I forgot to "turn midi echo on". But this has been going on for several days, I'm pretty sure I tried both midi echo on and off, but I'll check again tonight as soon as I get home and I'll update this thread.
  9. Thank, Promidi for your input. I am now using Cakewalk by Bandlab. I searched the entire disk and there was no file with that name. Anyway, I bought a new USB MIDI keyboard and I am now facing a new problem: Thanks, VP
  10. Hi everyone, I'm trying to set up a USB MIDI Controller to work with Cakewalk. This is my third attempt to have a MIDI keyboard recognized by Cakewalk. First attempt was connecting a Yamaha NP-25 through MIDI input on the audio interface. It didn't work with any software. Maybe there was a problem with the keyboard or the MIDI interface. Second attempt was a Nektar USB MIDI keyboard. It didn't work with Cakewalk by BandLab. It was recognized by Cakewalk Sonar though. I convinced the seller there was a compability issue with the latest Cakewalk verison and he took it back. Third and current attempt is a recently bought M-Audio Oxygen 25 USB MIDI controller. Same behaviour as with the previous one. It is recognized by Cakewlak Sonar but not by Cakewalk by BandLab. It appears on the Preferences >> MIDI >> Devices list, I select it as input but no key strokes are recognized. Since Sonar does not work with my audio interface (Behringer) I have to work with Cakewalk latest version (which does work well with the audio interface). At this point, and after searching online for known issues with this MIDI keyboard (which I found none; it appears to be the most compatible MIDI keyboard on the market), I have to ask for your help before I'm forced to switch to another DAW, which I'd hate to. Am I missing something? Thanks in advance. Vasco PS: Windows 10, Cakewalk by BandLab, M-Audio Oxygen 25 and Behringer UMC404HD (I think the Audio interface info is not relevant for this issue).
  11. Hi everyone, I just bought a new audio interface (Behringer UMC404HD) and I'm trying to set it up to work with Cakewalk Sonar. Audio outputs are finally ok. I can't seem to get my MIDI keyboard (Yamaha NP-30) to work though. It is not recognized by Cakewalk. On Edit | Preferences, the MIDI input list appears empty. It is recognized by the audio interface, since I can see the MIDI input red led swtching on and off as I switch on and off my keyboard. I've searched online and found a solution that require deleting a file named "TSSSEQ.INI" and allowing it to be created from scratch, but I can't find that file on my computer. I've installed Cakewalk last month. I noticed the solution above was from April 2019 so maybe this is now a new version? Any help would be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance, VP
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