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Mark A McDowell

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  1. Thanks for the reply, scook. I don't know if there's a setting that is preventing me from seeing Jamstix as a midi source or what, but when I try to set SD's MIDI input to Jamstix, all I see from Jamstix is audio outs, but no midi out. I've tried your steps, and then tried from the Jamstix manual, but try as I might, I'm not seeing Jamstix as a midi out. I'm out of options. In Reaper, all you do is load jamstix and set it up for midi out, then load SD right below it. I've used SONAR/Cakewalk for a while, and really want to stay with it, but I'd ALSO like to be able to use Jamstix to drive SD.
  2. I have tried multiple google search terms, searched multiple times in this forum, and cannot find the steps to set up Jamstix 4 with Superior Drummer/EZDrummer/etc Some posts have referred to inserting SD as a subhost, but I can't find any reference in the Jamstix manual to that so I suspect it was an earlier version. The videos I've seen on youtube that talk about set up refer to Jamstix 3 or earlier, which is significantly different. I could sure use some help from the experts on this forum... Thanks! Mark
  3. Thanks for the interest... I've been able to import the very same wave files into Cubase, and they play correctly there, so the files are not empty. Is it possible that I have a different bit rate and it's not importing correctly but not generating an error?
  4. Thanks for the help, scook! There are no error indications. There are no indications at ALL, really - nothing appears to be happening. I don't THINK they are broadcast wave files - they are whatever BIAB 2019 does when it exports to wave. I verified that Always Import Broadcast Waves at Their Timestamp is turned of, but regardless, no import appears to happen.
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    Importing audio

    I was working on a project over the weekend, and try as I might, I was unable to import .wav files into my project. I tried 1) drag the file to an audio track - no good; 2) Open media browser to direct and drag from there - no good; 3) File > Import > Audio - no good. Any thoughts?
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