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I can't help you myself as I do not have Roland Groovesynth.

However, in order for others to help you it would be good if you could provide details of your complete setup.

cheers

andy

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Me too, along with the TTS-1. I've given up on both of them. Fortunately I don't really need them. I wish Bandlab would make a deal with, ahem, Roland, and offer the Virtual Sound Canvass. I would pay for it without batting an eye. It's probably the best GM/GS set ever. I do have it on my really old Gateway with Windows 98, and I sometimes try to figure out how to get it over to my current rig, but it's probably impossible.

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Both TTS-1 and Groovesynth work for me. Don't recall doing anything special to get them working, they just always have.

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Groovesynth and TTS-1 are both DXi instruments. Both load and play here in CbB. They have always just worked for me. Don't often open up Groovesynth unless I am loading an old demo song that included it. That's the only reason I still keep it installed. On the other hand TTS-1 is very handy for auto loading GM sounds for a GM file.

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2 minutes ago, abacab said:

Groovesynth and TTS-1 are both DXi instruments.

That do not run at 88kHz

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