MIDI Yoke v1.71
by Jamie O'Connell
(Jamie O'Connell Website)

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Operating System: Windows ME/98/95
File Size: -
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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Last Updated: 2002-09-21
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Software Description

MIDI Yoke is normally used to connect two applications together. The first application will open MIDI Yoke 1 as an output port, and the 2nd application will open MIDI Yoke 1 as an input port. MIDI data will travel from the first application to the 2nd.

Click here for the Windows XP, NT, 2000 Version

Single Client to Multi-Client: You can use MIDI-OX in conjunction with MIDI Yoke to achieve a virtual multi-client input. Launch an instance of MIDI-OX. In MIDI Devices... dialog, select the single client hardware driver as input and select MIDI Yoke 1 as output. In each application that you wish to share the driver, open MIDI Yoke 1 as input. Although I mention MIDI Yoke 1, it can be any MIDI Yoke port as long as they all use the same port number.

Multi-Client to Single Client output: The reverse scenario is a mirror image of the previous paragraph. You can use MIDI-OX in conjunction with MIDI Yoke to achieve a virtual multi-client output. Launch an instance of MIDI-OX. In MIDI Devices... dialog, select MIDI Yoke 1 driver as input and select your single client hardware port as output. In each application that you wish to share the output driver, open MIDI Yoke 1 as output. Although I mention MIDI Yoke 1, it can be any MIDI Yoke port as long as they all use the same port number.

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drum machine

can i use a drum machine in FL if so how do i go bout doing it?

midi driver

i need this driver

how to use this with fruityloops and Sonar

please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4 and Sonar

Re: how to use this with fruityloops

: please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4

Re: how to use this with fruityloops

: : please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4

Re: how to use this with fruityloops

: : : please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4

Re: how to use this with fruityloops

: : : please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4

Re: how to use fruityloops and Sonar TOGETHER.

I'm no pro at Sonar, but I have used fruityloops since it was a beta at version 1 and I also have reason and a host of other smaller programs that I used to combine the music of reason, fruityloops, and cakewalk 9. - All this was very time consuming, not to mention having to master the many aspects of converting to different programs.

Well I recently found the money to purchase Sonar, and after using a friends Cubase SX I was VERY happy that I decided to go with Sonar!. I have been making music since the early 90's with software and I bought me a new computer in 2000 to support my habit. - I have a pentium 433, which is very very old, but I have updated it with windows me, and now windows XP. - I have also upgraded the ram from 32mb to 64mb - Which is NO-WHERE NEAR the amount of ram or CPU speed you are supposed to have to run powerhouse applications.

Well I upgraded to 64mb in 2001 and it was over 100 dollars at the time. Now 128mb is just a little over 60 dollars. - so I plan on just upgrading my computer since technology has made everything so much cheaper.

Anyway, back to what I was saying. - I bought SONAR and keep in mind my computer specs.. - SONAR runs Amazingly SMOOTH on my old 433 with 64mb of ram running Windows XP.

Playing with Sonar is Amazing as opposed to playing with cubase. I easily set up everything in Sonar - But there was one problem. Drum Loops.

I have used MIDI type drum sequencers and they work great! but they are a headache to deal with to me after using something so easy as fruityloops.

I have fruityloops 1, 3 and 4.0. and well, I found you can use fruityloops in Sonar because Sonar has DXI support! which means if you have a Fruityloops version which supports the DXI plug-ins, you can add Fruityloops to Sonar VIA DXI Plugin. - So open up sonar, and go to ADD TRACK - and select DXI SYNTH - FrutyLoops DXI should be under those plugins somewhere. - once you choose this it will insert fruityloops, - now you can open up fruityloops.

The "hard" part is that you must set-up Fruityloops by first setting up the tempo you want (I used the default of 140.00) - Create a simple steady Metronome beat using a kick* - now go back to Sonar and make Music Based off of that Metronome beat from Fruityloops (now you can make this beat anything you want, but I always use a simple kick and snare). - When you hit play in Sonar it will play the beat you just made in fruityloops. (another thing you may want to do is also change the tempo in sonar to 140.00 as well) - I simply create a song off of that simple beat. - then go back in fruityloops and work on it until it sounds like I want it. - you will FINALLY have the perfect mix of Drums AND instruments. - it sounds Wonderful if you mix Fruityloops drums correctly, - Fruityloops can damage the quality of SONAR if you let it, so use beats that live up to the sound quality of Sonar - Or Master individually the drums you used in fruityloops in making the song you did in Sonar.

I hope this helped some of you out there. - It has been a dream for me to create a nice drum sequence in fruityloops and also add the flexability of playing keyboards and guitars in Cakewalks line of products.

I have wrote other comments on the internet dealing with the programs Fruityloops and Reason.. Both are amazing products but lack what each other is strong in. - I am just waiting for the day that Reason will add a fruityloops drum sequencer with the powerful Playlist feature that really makes Fruityloops stand out as the ultimate drum machine. - If they do this, I think they will finally be able to play with the big boys and perhaps beat some of them.

Fruityloops on the other hand has been toying around, trying their best to make fruityloops something that it isn't, which is a complete STUDIO. - it makes wonderful drum patterns as we all know, but it falls short, (although not much) when it comes to playing instruments FREELY in fruityloops.. - mainly because they try their best to make it easy for the user to add keyboards and guitars that somehow go along with the beats those users have created.. Which is Great for Novices and even experts, but the freedom of the sequencers of Cakewalk, Reason, Sonar, Cubase, Logic - and many others make fruityloops sequencer a little, well, fruity.....

With that being said - Have a Wonderful Life Making Music!

I hope to write more comments soon!

If you would like to e-mail me - e-mail me at:

Etower464i@juno.com !

Re: how to use fruityloops and Sonar TOGETHER.

: I'm no pro at Sonar, but I have used fruityloops since it was a beta at version 1 and I also have reason and a host of other smaller programs that I used to combine the music of reason, fruityloops, and cakewalk 9. - All this was very time consuming, not to mention having to master the many aspects of converting to different programs.

: Well I recently found the money to purchase Sonar, and after using a friends Cubase SX I was VERY happy that I decided to go with Sonar!. I have been making music since the early 90's with software and I bought me a new computer in 2000 to support my habit. - I have a pentium 433, which is very very old, but I have updated it with windows me, and now windows XP. - I have also upgraded the ram from 32mb to 64mb - Which is NO-WHERE NEAR the amount of ram or CPU speed you are supposed to have to run powerhouse applications.

: Well I upgraded to 64mb in 2001 and it was over 100 dollars at the time. Now 128mb is just a little over 60 dollars. - so I plan on just upgrading my computer since technology has made everything so much cheaper.

: Anyway, back to what I was saying. - I bought SONAR and keep in mind my computer specs.. - SONAR runs Amazingly SMOOTH on my old 433 with 64mb of ram running Windows XP.

: Playing with Sonar is Amazing as opposed to playing with cubase. I easily set up everything in Sonar - But there was one problem. Drum Loops.

: I have used MIDI type drum sequencers and they work great! but they are a headache to deal with to me after using something so easy as fruityloops.

: I have fruityloops 1, 3 and 4.0. and well, I found you can use fruityloops in Sonar because Sonar has DXI support! which means if you have a Fruityloops version which supports the DXI plug-ins, you can add Fruityloops to Sonar VIA DXI Plugin. - So open up sonar, and go to ADD TRACK - and select DXI SYNTH - FrutyLoops DXI should be under those plugins somewhere. - once you choose this it will insert fruityloops, - now you can open up fruityloops.

: The "hard" part is that you must set-up Fruityloops by first setting up the tempo you want (I used the default of 140.00) - Create a simple steady Metronome beat using a kick* - now go back to Sonar and make Music Based off of that Metronome beat from Fruityloops (now you can make this beat anything you want, but I always use a simple kick and snare). - When you hit play in Sonar it will play the beat you just made in fruityloops. (another thing you may want to do is also change the tempo in sonar to 140.00 as well) - I simply create a song off of that simple beat. - then go back in fruityloops and work on it until it sounds like I want it. - you will FINALLY have the perfect mix of Drums AND instruments. - it sounds Wonderful if you mix Fruityloops drums correctly, - Fruityloops can damage the quality of SONAR if you let it, so use beats that live up to the sound quality of Sonar - Or Master individually the drums you used in fruityloops in making the song you did in Sonar.

: I hope this helped some of you out there. - It has been a dream for me to create a nice drum sequence in fruityloops and also add the flexability of playing keyboards and guitars in Cakewalks line of products.

: I have wrote other comments on the internet dealing with the programs Fruityloops and Reason.. Both are amazing products but lack what each other is strong in. - I am just waiting for the day that Reason will add a fruityloops drum sequencer with the powerful Playlist feature that really makes Fruityloops stand out as the ultimate drum machine. - If they do this, I think they will finally be able to play with the big boys and perhaps beat some of them.

: Fruityloops on the other hand has been toying around, trying their best to make fruityloops something that it isn't, which is a complete STUDIO. - it makes wonderful drum patterns as we all know, but it falls short, (although not much) when it comes to playing instruments FREELY in fruityloops.. - mainly because they try their best to make it easy for the user to add keyboards and guitars that somehow go along with the beats those users have created.. Which is Great for Novices and even experts, but the freedom of the sequencers of Cakewalk, Reason, Sonar, Cubase, Logic - and many others make fruityloops sequencer a little, well, fruity.....

: With that being said - Have a Wonderful Life Making Music!

: I hope to write more comments soon!

: If you would like to e-mail me - e-mail me at:

: Etower464i@juno.com !

:

Re: how to use fruityloops and Sonar TOGETHER.

: I'm no pro at Sonar, but I have used fruityloops since it was a beta at version 1 and I also have reason and a host of other smaller programs that I used to combine the music of reason, fruityloops, and cakewalk 9. - All this was very time consuming, not to mention having to master the many aspects of converting to different programs.

: Well I recently found the money to purchase Sonar, and after using a friends Cubase SX I was VERY happy that I decided to go with Sonar!. I have been making music since the early 90's with software and I bought me a new computer in 2000 to support my habit. - I have a pentium 433, which is very very old, but I have updated it with windows me, and now windows XP. - I have also upgraded the ram from 32mb to 64mb - Which is NO-WHERE NEAR the amount of ram or CPU speed you are supposed to have to run powerhouse applications.

: Well I upgraded to 64mb in 2001 and it was over 100 dollars at the time. Now 128mb is just a little over 60 dollars. - so I plan on just upgrading my computer since technology has made everything so much cheaper.

: Anyway, back to what I was saying. - I bought SONAR and keep in mind my computer specs.. - SONAR runs Amazingly SMOOTH on my old 433 with 64mb of ram running Windows XP.

: Playing with Sonar is Amazing as opposed to playing with cubase. I easily set up everything in Sonar - But there was one problem. Drum Loops.

: I have used MIDI type drum sequencers and they work great! but they are a headache to deal with to me after using something so easy as fruityloops.

: I have fruityloops 1, 3 and 4.0. and well, I found you can use fruityloops in Sonar because Sonar has DXI support! which means if you have a Fruityloops version which supports the DXI plug-ins, you can add Fruityloops to Sonar VIA DXI Plugin. - So open up sonar, and go to ADD TRACK - and select DXI SYNTH - FrutyLoops DXI should be under those plugins somewhere. - once you choose this it will insert fruityloops, - now you can open up fruityloops.

: The "hard" part is that you must set-up Fruityloops by first setting up the tempo you want (I used the default of 140.00) - Create a simple steady Metronome beat using a kick* - now go back to Sonar and make Music Based off of that Metronome beat from Fruityloops (now you can make this beat anything you want, but I always use a simple kick and snare). - When you hit play in Sonar it will play the beat you just made in fruityloops. (another thing you may want to do is also change the tempo in sonar to 140.00 as well) - I simply create a song off of that simple beat. - then go back in fruityloops and work on it until it sounds like I want it. - you will FINALLY have the perfect mix of Drums AND instruments. - it sounds Wonderful if you mix Fruityloops drums correctly, - Fruityloops can damage the quality of SONAR if you let it, so use beats that live up to the sound quality of Sonar - Or Master individually the drums you used in fruityloops in making the song you did in Sonar.

: I hope this helped some of you out there. - It has been a dream for me to create a nice drum sequence in fruityloops and also add the flexability of playing keyboards and guitars in Cakewalks line of products.

: I have wrote other comments on the internet dealing with the programs Fruityloops and Reason.. Both are amazing products but lack what each other is strong in. - I am just waiting for the day that Reason will add a fruityloops drum sequencer with the powerful Playlist feature that really makes Fruityloops stand out as the ultimate drum machine. - If they do this, I think they will finally be able to play with the big boys and perhaps beat some of them.

: Fruityloops on the other hand has been toying around, trying their best to make fruityloops something that it isn't, which is a complete STUDIO. - it makes wonderful drum patterns as we all know, but it falls short, (although not much) when it comes to playing instruments FREELY in fruityloops.. - mainly because they try their best to make it easy for the user to add keyboards and guitars that somehow go along with the beats those users have created.. Which is Great for Novices and even experts, but the freedom of the sequencers of Cakewalk, Reason, Sonar, Cubase, Logic - and many others make fruityloops sequencer a little, well, fruity.....

: With that being said - Have a Wonderful Life Making Music!

: I hope to write more comments soon!

: If you would like to e-mail me - e-mail me at:

: Etower464i@juno.com !

:

Re: how to use samples on fruity loops

i heard that u can use samples on fruity loops or something better than fruity loops on a computer. this kid i kno sampled the closer i get to u. that was so tuff. i wanna kno how i can do this so i can get my kanyese on

sampling

i use gold wave.i get my file load it up(music file/wave) sample what you want save it then got into FL open my samples up from where ever i had it saved at, you can sample wit FL8 i was doing it before i got knowledge of goldwave.you gotta bring up the edison sampler if you have FL8.and then go from there.i really didnt like it because if it was a big file sometimes it took awhile to open so thats why i just stuck with goldwave. if i wanted to bring up a sample that i did i clone my snare right click it(cloned) push load sample,go to my doucs,my music,my samples.thats how i did it.but now i just got it more organize everything is in FL8 i should of been thought of that :P

Re: how to use this with fruityloops and Sonar

I'm no pro at Sonar, but I have used fruityloops since it was a beta at version 1 and I also have reason and a host of other smaller programs that I used to combine the music of reason, fruityloops, and cakewalk 9. - All this was very time consuming, not to mention having to master the many aspects of converting to different programs.

Well I recently found the money to purchase Sonar, and after using a friends Cubase SX I was VERY happy that I decided to go with Sonar!. I have been making music since the early 90's with software and I bought me a new computer in 2000 to support my habit. - I have a pentium 433, which is very very old, but I have updated it with windows me, and now windows XP. - I have also upgraded the ram from 32mb to 64mb - Which is NO-WHERE NEAR the amount of ram or CPU speed you are supposed to have to run powerhouse applications.

Well I upgraded to 64mb in 2001 and it was over 100 dollars at the time. Now 128mb is just a little over 60 dollars. - so I plan on just upgrading my computer since technology has made everything so much cheaper.

Anyway, back to what I was saying. - I bought SONAR and keep in mind my computer specs.. - SONAR runs Amazingly SMOOTH on my old 433 with 64mb of ram running Windows XP.

Playing with Sonar is Amazing as opposed to playing with cubase. I easily set up everything in Sonar - But there was one problem. Drum Loops.

I have used MIDI type drum sequencers and they work great! but they are a headache to deal with to me after using something so easy as fruityloops.

I have fruityloops 1, 3 and 4.0. and well, I found you can use fruityloops in Sonar because Sonar has DXI support! which means if you have a Fruityloops version which supports the DXI plug-ins, you can add Fruityloops to Sonar VIA DXI Plugin. - So open up sonar, and go to ADD TRACK - and select DXI SYNTH - FrutyLoops DXI should be under those plugins somewhere. - once you choose this it will insert fruityloops, - now you can open up fruityloops.

The "hard" part is that you must set-up Fruityloops by first setting up the tempo you want (I used the default of 140.00) - Create a simple steady Metronome beat using a kick* - now go back to Sonar and make Music Based off of that Metronome beat from Fruityloops (now you can make this beat anything you want, but I always use a simple kick and snare). - When you hit play in Sonar it will play the beat you just made in fruityloops. (another thing you may want to do is also change the tempo in sonar to 140.00 as well) - I simply create a song off of that simple beat. - then go back in fruityloops and work on it until it sounds like I want it. - you will FINALLY have the perfect mix of Drums AND instruments. - it sounds Wonderful if you mix Fruityloops drums correctly, - Fruityloops can damage the quality of SONAR if you let it, so use beats that live up to the sound quality of Sonar - Or Master individually the drums you used in fruityloops in making the song you did in Sonar.

I hope this helped some of you out there. - It has been a dream for me to create a nice drum sequence in fruityloops and also add the flexability of playing keyboards and guitars in Cakewalks line of products.

I have wrote other comments on the internet dealing with the programs Fruityloops and Reason.. Both are amazing products but lack what each other is strong in. - I am just waiting for the day that Reason will add a fruityloops drum sequencer with the powerful Playlist feature that really makes Fruityloops stand out as the ultimate drum machine. - If they do this, I think they will finally be able to play with the big boys and perhaps beat some of them.

Fruityloops on the other hand has been toying around, trying their best to make fruityloops something that it isn't, which is a complete STUDIO. - it makes wonderful drum patterns as we all know, but it falls short, (although not much) when it comes to playing instruments FREELY in fruityloops.. - mainly because they try their best to make it easy for the user to add keyboards and guitars that somehow go along with the beats those users have created.. Which is Great for Novices and even experts, but the freedom of the sequencers of Cakewalk, Reason, Sonar, Cubase, Logic - and many others make fruityloops sequencer a little, well, fruity.....

With that being said - Have a Wonderful Life Making Music!

I hope to write more comments soon!

If you would like to e-mail me - e-mail me at:

Etower464i@juno.com !

Re: how to use this with fruityloops and Sonar

: please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4 and Sonar

Re: how to use this with fruityloops and Sonar

: : please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4 and Sonar

Re: how to use this with fruityloops and Sonar

: : please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4 and Sonar

Re: how to use this with fruityloops and Sonar

: : : please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4 and Sonar

Re: how to use this with fruityloops and Sonar

: please give instructions on setting this up to work in fruityloops 3.4 and Sonar

fruity loops midi help needed badly.

can anyone tell me how i can mutitrack my beats to pro tools or to anything.
what do i need? i havent got a clue. do i need midi outs, a sequencer? i need to get my ish to the studio!

MIDI CONNECTIONS

I HAVE PURCHASED CUBASIS AND A SOUNDCARD,BOTH INSTALLED FINE,I JUST CANT GET MY HARDWARE KEYBOARD AND SYNTH TO RESPOND AT ALL,NO MIDI LIGHTS ON THE MENU NO ACTIVITY...
PLEASE HELP

Re: MIDI CONNECTIONS

i need to know how to define my fruity loops midi prefernces for workin with an external keyboard i have audigy 2 sound card, all the needed cabels and fruity loops 4...
please help!

Re: fruity loops midi help needed badly.

Why don't you mix down all your tracks as separate wave files in fruity loops. Like solo a track mix the song down etc.

JJ

: can anyone tell me how i can mutitrack my beats to pro tools or to anything.
: what do i need? i havent got a clue. do i need midi outs, a sequencer? i need to get my ish to the studio!

question

MIDI Yoke: will this work to connect Cakewalk with SoundForge?

question

MIDI Yolk: will this work to connect Cakewalk with SoundForge?

Midiyoke and win2k

Did come accross midiyoke and trying to install it in win2k--look thru the help
file 95 and nt are explained not win2k
1- Will it work in win2k and how to
impliment it--how to install it in win2k

Re: Midiyoke and win2k

: Did come accross midiyoke and trying to install it in win2k--look thru the help
: file 95 and nt are explained not win2k
: 1- Will it work in win2k and how to
: impliment it--how to install it in win2k

you may found it here

cubace , fruityloops sync

I am not able to sync cubase and fruity loops through midiyoke, any help.....

Re: cubace , fruityloops sync

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: I am not able to sync cubase and fruity loops through midiyoke, any help.....

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: : I am not able to sync cubase and fruity loops through midiyoke, any help.....

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: : : I am not able to sync cubase and fruity loops through midiyoke, any help.....

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: : : I am not able to sync cubase and fruity loops through midiyoke, any help.....

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: I am not able to sync cubase and fruity loops through midiyoke, any help.....

hello!

i have the same problem. sync will start, but it is rather stuttering. i have a powerful machine (1,1ghz, 512 mb ram) so that shouldn't be the problem. i've been fiddling around with the midi synchronization configuration in cubase to no luck. have even tried to alter the midi yoke configuration in system.ini, also to no luck.

have anyone succeeded in getting a smooth synchronization between cubase and fruityloops using midiyoke? or hubi? or any other virtual midi cable? HEELP! =)

best regards,
johan

Re: cubace , fruityloops sync

it may sound very simple but in cubase, try moving the transport window onto the desktop rather than being in the main arrange window.... I find this works for most timing problems/stuttering problems when using midi loopback.... total madness!

Re: cubace , fruityloops sync

: it may sound very simple but in cubase, try moving the transport window onto the desktop rather than being in the main arrange window.... I find this works for most timing problems/stuttering problems when using midi loopback.... total madness!

Re: cubace , fruityloops sync

: it may sound very simple but in cubase, try moving the transport window onto the desktop rather than being in the main arrange window.... I find this works for most timing problems/stuttering problems when using midi loopback.... total madness!

Re: cubace , fruityloops sync

: :
: : I am not able to sync cubase and fruity loops through midiyoke, any help.....

: hello!

: i have the same problem. sync will start, but it is rather stuttering. i have a powerful machine (1,1ghz, 512 mb ram) so that shouldn't be the problem. i've been fiddling around with the midi synchronization configuration in cubase to no luck. have even tried to alter the midi yoke configuration in system.ini, also to no luck.

: have anyone succeeded in getting a smooth synchronization between cubase and fruityloops using midiyoke? or hubi? or any other virtual midi cable? HEELP! =)

: best regards,
: johan

Re: cubace , fruityloops sync

Had the same problem
It is about configuring fruity as the master
and cubae slave
Following settings Ihave done:
(Just got it in german)
Cubase:
Eingänge von: mid joke junction1(Input or sth like that in english)
midi eingang(midi input): midi joke junktion1

main menu:
Options-syncronisation...
then fill in:
smpte-sync:midi ime code
from: midi yoke junction1
out: generator synthesizer(may be not nessesary
tempo sync:used midi-clock,bu it may be better to use some asio...
from: midi yoke junktion1

dont know my fruity settings right now,but it is easy like 1 2 3,some like midi output channel:midi yoke junction1
Hope it will do it´s work,maybe somebody wants to contact?
Mail to:sirrectec@aol.com

BYE

MIDI Yoke

Propellerheads did *not* write MIDI Yoke, I did. Get the latest version from: http://www.midiox.com

Re: MIDI Yoke

: Propellerheads did *not* write MIDI Yoke, I did. Get the latest version from: http://www.midiox.com

Re: MIDI Yoke

: Propellerheads did *not* write MIDI Yoke, I did. Get the latest version from: http://www.midiox.com

Midiyoke conflict w/ Pocket Express...

I just got "Midiyoke" to replace "Hubi loopback device" as a virtual MIDI router. (Hubi's doesn't work with "Fruityloops".) Now, if I turn on the computer with my MIDI interface on (MOTU's Pocket Express) I get an error with "msgsrv32.exe", (a 32-bit windows message router,) and the computer locks up. If i leave the MOTU box off, then the computer works fine, all the internal MIDI routing works, but, of course, I can't get any MIDI through the interface. (I deleted the old Hubi loopback files, because I thought THEY would cause a conflict-little did I know...)
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

-Mike.

MuziK

Thanks

midiyoke

Thanks!

Re: midiyoke

you can find it at www.fruityloops.com (download)

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: Thanks!

Re: midiyoke

: Thanks!

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