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    I need help, can you make a normal keyboard/synth into a midi one?



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    Hmmmm.... could be Musicworld... could be Softwareworld... could be Hardwareworld...

    I honestly don't know what's involved, so I have no clue where to put this. For now, here is okay.

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    Originally posted by NikkiD@12 June 2004 - 03:31
    Hmmmm.... could be Musicworld... could be Softwareworld... could be Hardwareworld...

    I honestly don't know what's involved, so I have no clue where to put this. For now, here is okay.

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    Yes you can

    for more info call Ignas (digi composor) 993451830

    get the right software (...hint*world)

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    Ahh I was trying him, must have his old number, thanks :twat:
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    Originally posted by benxuk@12 June 2004 - 05:27
    I need help, can you make a normal keyboard/synth into a midi one?



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    hey, that is my field!!!!

    Yes, you can!!!! If you want to do it yourself, forget it and buy one: time involved

    and material needed, given your keyboard/synth is analog and detachable,

    make it allmost impossible.(note: we made a custommade midi-controller with

    32 faders, 64 endless controlbuttons, 64 triggers with a total of 3072 functions;

    it took us three years to design and build)

    Yamaha has kit's to attach to a grandpiano: starts at 25.000 euro.......


    Errrmmm .... buy one, a controllerkeyboard.


    Evolution has cheap ones that function okay, but the keys are shite; m-audio is

    one step up and the best are made by Fatar, esp. if you like "hammer"-action,

    like with a conventional piano..........


    Was that showing off enough???


    good luck!!!


    yogi

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    Cool!

    I'm not to fussed for "control" its really as basic as a hooking keyboard up to cakewalk or reason.

    I'll do the control afterwards.


    Maybe I should fleece the boss instead :music1: i'll try and get one today!

    (provided I get money)
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    Originally posted by benxuk@12 June 2004 - 11:42
    Cool!

    I'm not to fussed for "control" its really as basic as a hooking keyboard up to cakewalk or reason.

    I'll do the control afterwards.


    Maybe I should fleece the boss instead :music1: i'll try and get one today!

    (provided I get money)
    If it's only for hooking up with your pc and just for keys, look for a usb-connected

    one.

    Saves you the money of a midi-interface......

    The oxygen of m-audio is nice......

    (a.o.)



    yogi

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    ps: I have some PIC16C745's... would I need a lot else to convert?
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