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patjomki
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Midi and Milan

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Hi,

is there anyone using Midi on the Milan?

I just recently got a Midiman MM-401 isa card for my Milan with Cubase MROS drivers but I cannot produce any output on my Yamaha Keyboard (with an ST everything works as expected so keyboard and cables are fine).

I tried Sweet Sixteen 2.73 but it crashes, Cubase lite 1.0 gives an Illegal Instruction. So as I don't own a ROM-port-card yet I also tried it with different Cubase cracks. Cubase 2 (MCA crack) gives a Message box (MROS not found !) then hangs. Cubase 3.01 works and I can play a midisong but I do not hear any music.

Any ideas what to do?

Is there some kind of midi test program for the Milan?

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Re: Midi and Milan

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I have not heard of anyone using midi.

Are there drivers for that card ?

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Re: Midi and Milan

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Yes, see above. :D

The card came with MROS driver (midiman1.drv) and with that and the latest MROS 3.45 the card is selectable in Cubase 3.01. As the card is an isa card it is set to irq address330H (default) and IRQ2 (default too). I have two other (pci)cards in my milan that use IRQ 9 and 11.

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Re: Midi and Milan

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I now have a Midiman Winman 1x1 in my Milan and with that card and the above mentioned driver midi works (both Cubase and MusicEdit).

Seems that the Midiman MM-401 doesn't work with that driver.

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Re: Midi and Milan

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I remember researching a daughter card for the soundblaster. I can't recall if it had midi or if there were drivers.

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Re: Midi and Milan

Post by PeterS »

It was the Waveblaster cards I was thinking of (DB50XG) that provide onboard midi instruments and not offboard midi.

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