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  • darrenrichardsuk
    ... wrote: I didn t mention where I uploaded the file... It s in the howto folder that normally contains mp3 clips of the song, but
    Message 1 of 16 , Jun 1, 2002
      --- In korgms2000@y..., "martinsfastfashion"
      <martinsfastfashion@y...> wrote:
      "I didn't mention where I uploaded the file... It's in the howto
      folder that normally contains mp3 clips of the song, but I uploaded
      a sysex of the file that needs work."

      Hi Matt,

      I also uploaded a tiny snip of audio of that sound you're after.
      Look out for AlmostSnip.mp3 in the HowToSamples folder.

      Great sound, some old korg synth probably, that whats all those boys
      used then :)

      Daz.
    • sageofpsych sageofpsych
      Daz, Have I stumbled on a bug? I was using your newest patchbuddy to get my bank of sounds from the MS2k. I had my MS2k connected to my midiman 1x1. I used
      Message 2 of 16 , Jun 1, 2002
        Daz,

        Have I stumbled on a bug? I was using your newest
        patchbuddy to get my bank of sounds from the MS2k. I
        had my MS2k connected to my midiman 1x1. I used your
        new "get all" button and the first time it uploaded it
        collected 8 bytes more then normal. On second and
        third try it worked properly.

        But since then I have not been able to get Patchbuddy
        to send .syx files correctly to the MS2k. MS2k keeps
        flashing wierd characters on the screen during
        download and then turns off tempo altogether (have to
        turn off MS2k to get it working again). Patchbuddy
        reports back everytime with "data format error" near
        the beginning of upload to MS2K. Doesn't matter if I
        send it via my midiman or via my korg pci connections,
        the error comes up.

        What's more puzzling is another program, dumpster, now
        won't send syxex to the MS2k via my midiman. It will
        only now send via my Korg PCI connection. I know it
        used to send via Midiman. But not now.

        I probably will have to reinstall midiman 1x1 and see
        if that doesn't fix my midiman. But I don't think
        that will fix patchbuddy from sending wrong data,
        since it does that through my PCI connection too. Per
        chance can you send me the last version of patchbuddy?
        I wish to test it against my current problem.


        P.S. I did a virus check just in case using Norton
        antivirus and found no virus.



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      • darrenrichardsuk
        Its possible there is something wrong with the software, but it sounds much more like your MIDI setup to be honest. The extra 8 bytes for example could be down
        Message 3 of 16 , Jun 1, 2002
          Its possible there is something wrong with the software, but it
          sounds much more like your MIDI setup to be honest. The extra 8
          bytes for example could be down to the fact that some MIDI drivers
          issue data that they receive *before* the port was actually openned
          by an application.

          "What's more puzzling is another program, dumpster, now
          won't send syxex to the MS2k via my midiman."

          LOL, well that says it all really :-) That clearly is nothing to do
          with me, and points towards your setup.

          Jump over to http://www.btinternet.com/~daz.richards for the latest
          version of PB

          Daz.

          --- In korgms2000@y..., sageofpsych sageofpsych <sageofpsych@y...>
          wrote:
          > Daz,
          >
          > Have I stumbled on a bug? I was using your newest
          > patchbuddy to get my bank of sounds from the MS2k. I
          > had my MS2k connected to my midiman 1x1. I used your
          > new "get all" button and the first time it uploaded it
          > collected 8 bytes more then normal. On second and
          > third try it worked properly.
          >
          > But since then I have not been able to get Patchbuddy
          > to send .syx files correctly to the MS2k. MS2k keeps
          > flashing wierd characters on the screen during
          > download and then turns off tempo altogether (have to
          > turn off MS2k to get it working again). Patchbuddy
          > reports back everytime with "data format error" near
          > the beginning of upload to MS2K. Doesn't matter if I
          > send it via my midiman or via my korg pci connections,
          > the error comes up.
          >
          > What's more puzzling is another program, dumpster, now
          > won't send syxex to the MS2k via my midiman. It will
          > only now send via my Korg PCI connection. I know it
          > used to send via Midiman. But not now.
          >
          > I probably will have to reinstall midiman 1x1 and see
          > if that doesn't fix my midiman. But I don't think
          > that will fix patchbuddy from sending wrong data,
          > since it does that through my PCI connection too. Per
          > chance can you send me the last version of patchbuddy?
          > I wish to test it against my current problem.
          >
          >
          > P.S. I did a virus check just in case using Norton
          > antivirus and found no virus.
          >
          >
          >
          >
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        • felis@carcosa.org
          FWIW, I send a bug report about the midisport 2x2 drivers to midiman - it seems that the usb part installs properly, but the sound drivers don t report
          Message 4 of 16 , Jun 1, 2002
            FWIW, I send a bug report about the midisport 2x2 drivers to midiman - it seems that the usb part installs
            properly, but the sound drivers don't report themselves as installed under win2k even though they are indeed
            installed and seem to function properly (by properly, I mean that I was able to dump from my ms2k and it
            receives a midi clock from acid.) I dunno if this is win2k or the midisport drivers, but keep any eye
            out for that if you do reinstall the midi drivers, everyone. It drove me nuts for days! I had it installed
            and working straight from the usb port on my laptop, but when I moved the midisport to my hub, the problem
            began. What I really wish I knew is if the drivers were reported correctly under the device manager when
            I installed it the first time, because they worked.

            When I get a reply from midiman, I'll post their answer - I suspect that it's win2k, but I can't say for
            sure. *grumble grumble windows grumble* Some day maybe I'll have the time and expertise to port Daz's
            utils to linux, where such problems are easily diagnosed.

            Felis

            On Sat, 1 Jun 2002, darrenrichardsuk wrote:

            >Its possible there is something wrong with the software, but it
            >sounds much more like your MIDI setup to be honest. The extra 8
            >bytes for example could be down to the fact that some MIDI drivers
            >issue data that they receive *before* the port was actually openned
            >by an application.
            >
            >"What's more puzzling is another program, dumpster, now
            >won't send syxex to the MS2k via my midiman."
            >
            >LOL, well that says it all really :-) That clearly is nothing to do
            >with me, and points towards your setup.
            >
            >Jump over to http://www.btinternet.com/~daz.richards for the latest
            >version of PB
            >
            >Daz.
            >
            >--- In korgms2000@y..., sageofpsych sageofpsych <sageofpsych@y...>
            >wrote:
            >> Daz,
            >>
            >> Have I stumbled on a bug? I was using your newest
            >> patchbuddy to get my bank of sounds from the MS2k. I
            >> had my MS2k connected to my midiman 1x1. I used your
            >> new "get all" button and the first time it uploaded it
            >> collected 8 bytes more then normal. On second and
            >> third try it worked properly.
            >>
            >> But since then I have not been able to get Patchbuddy
            >> to send .syx files correctly to the MS2k. MS2k keeps
            >> flashing wierd characters on the screen during
            >> download and then turns off tempo altogether (have to
            >> turn off MS2k to get it working again). Patchbuddy
            >> reports back everytime with "data format error" near
            >> the beginning of upload to MS2K. Doesn't matter if I
            >> send it via my midiman or via my korg pci connections,
            >> the error comes up.
            >>
            >> What's more puzzling is another program, dumpster, now
            >> won't send syxex to the MS2k via my midiman. It will
            >> only now send via my Korg PCI connection. I know it
            >> used to send via Midiman. But not now.
            >>
            >> I probably will have to reinstall midiman 1x1 and see
            >> if that doesn't fix my midiman. But I don't think
            >> that will fix patchbuddy from sending wrong data,
            >> since it does that through my PCI connection too. Per
            >> chance can you send me the last version of patchbuddy?
            >> I wish to test it against my current problem.
            >>
            >>
            >> P.S. I did a virus check just in case using Norton
            >> antivirus and found no virus.
            >>
            >>
            >>
            >>
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          • sageofpsych sageofpsych
            I guess I shouldn t have plugged in the midi out and midi in simultaneously from the ms2k to the driver huh? Seems to me what you are saying to get around the
            Message 5 of 16 , Jun 1, 2002
              I guess I shouldn't have plugged in the midi out and
              midi in simultaneously from the ms2k to the driver
              huh? Seems to me what you are saying to get around
              the problem is to deny the driver any data coming from
              or to the ms2k while it's trying to send or receive.

              To be honest it is the first time I hooked up both in
              and out between the ms2k and driver at the same time.
              Before I'd just hook up the one that was needed to
              transfer the data. Not both. Sound good daz?

              In the meantime I'm going to uninstall and reinstall
              the midiman as per the next persons answer I see here.
              Sounds like I need to rid it of the ongoing dilemma
              and restart all over. Seems to be caught in a loop
              now.

              As soon as I get that done, I'm going to finish up
              this bank of sounds I'm dying to post. I'm almost
              done. :)


              --- darrenrichardsuk <darrenrichards@...>
              wrote:

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              <tt>
              Its possible there is something wrong with the
              software, but it <BR>
              sounds much more like your MIDI setup to be honest.
              The extra 8 <BR>
              bytes for example could be down to the fact that some
              MIDI drivers <BR>
              issue data that they receive *before* the port was
              actually openned <BR>
              by an application. <BR>
              <BR>
              "What's more puzzling is another program,
              dumpster, now<BR>
              won't send syxex to the MS2k via my midiman."<BR>
              <BR>
              LOL, well that says it all really :-) That clearly is
              nothing to do <BR>
              with me, and points towards your setup.<BR>
              <BR>
              Jump over to <a
              href="http://www.btinternet.com/~daz.richards">http://www.btinternet.com/~daz.richards</a>
              for the latest <BR>
              version of PB<BR>
              <BR>
              Daz.<BR>
              <BR>
              --- In korgms2000@y..., sageofpsych sageofpsych
              <sageofpsych@y...> <BR>
              wrote:<BR>
              > Daz,<BR>
              > <BR>
              > Have I stumbled on a bug?  I was using your
              newest<BR>
              > patchbuddy to get my bank of sounds from the
              MS2k.  I<BR>
              > had my MS2k connected to my midiman 1x1.  I
              used your<BR>
              > new "get all" button and the first time
              it uploaded it<BR>
              > collected 8 bytes more then normal.  On
              second and<BR>
              > third try it worked properly.<BR>
              > <BR>
              > But since then I have not been able to get
              Patchbuddy<BR>
              > to send .syx files correctly to the MS2k. 
              MS2k keeps<BR>
              > flashing wierd characters on the screen
              during<BR>
              > download and then turns off tempo altogether
              (have to<BR>
              > turn off MS2k to get it working again).
              Patchbuddy<BR>
              > reports back everytime with "data format
              error" near<BR>
              > the beginning of upload to MS2K.  Doesn't
              matter if I<BR>
              > send it via my midiman or via my korg pci
              connections,<BR>
              > the error comes up.<BR>
              > <BR>
              > What's more puzzling is another program,
              dumpster, now<BR>
              > won't send syxex to the MS2k via my
              midiman.  It will<BR>
              > only now send via my Korg PCI connection.  I
              know it<BR>
              > used to send via Midiman.  But not now.<BR>
              > <BR>
              > I probably will have to reinstall midiman 1x1 and
              see<BR>
              > if that doesn't fix my midiman.  But I don't
              think<BR>
              > that will fix patchbuddy from sending wrong
              data,<BR>
              > since it does that through my PCI connection
              too.  Per<BR>
              > chance can you send me the last version of
              patchbuddy?<BR>
              >  I wish to test it against my current
              problem.<BR>
              > <BR>
              > <BR>
              > P.S.  I did a virus check just in case using
              Norton<BR>
              > antivirus and found no virus.<BR>
              > <BR>
              > <BR>
              > <BR>
              > <BR>
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            • sageofpsych sageofpsych
              LOL, okay thanks. I think I m going to just uninstall this midiman beast and start again. Hmm, funny could your problem be like what I experienced when I
              Message 6 of 16 , Jun 1, 2002
                LOL, okay thanks. I think I'm going to just uninstall
                this midiman beast and start again. Hmm, funny could
                your problem be like what I experienced when I tried
                to install and then reinstall the midiman 1x1 the
                second time. The guy at midiman gave me this email
                that specifically puts you through the steps of
                installing and yes, even disinstalling and
                reinstalling the software. Turns out, it's not a
                simple step of installing or uninstalling. As usual,
                it's another game of updating the drivers first,
                and/or correctly disintalling the driver in windows
                after it reports having disinstalled all of the
                program, which it didn't. Why can't computers use a
                universal language of installing and disinstalling,
                I'll never know. Oh and for Linux owners...yea yea I
                hear ya, windows sucks, I know, I know.

                --- felis@... wrote:

                <HR>
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                <tt>
                FWIW, I send a bug report about the midisport 2x2
                drivers to midiman - it seems that the usb part
                installs<BR>
                properly, but the sound drivers don't report
                themselves as installed under win2k even though they
                are indeed<BR>
                installed and seem to function properly (by properly,
                I mean that I was able to dump from my ms2k and it<BR>
                receives a midi clock from acid.)  I dunno if
                this is win2k or the midisport drivers, but keep any
                eye<BR>
                out for that if you do reinstall the midi drivers,
                everyone.  It drove me nuts for days!  I had
                it installed<BR>
                and working straight from the usb port on my laptop,
                but when I moved the midisport to my hub, the
                problem<BR>
                began.  What I really wish I knew is if the
                drivers were reported correctly under the device
                manager when<BR>
                I installed it the first time, because they
                worked.<BR>
                <BR>
                When I get a reply from midiman, I'll post their
                answer - I suspect that it's win2k, but I can't say
                for<BR>
                sure.  *grumble grumble windows grumble* 
                Some day maybe I'll have the time and expertise to
                port Daz's<BR>
                utils to linux, where such problems are easily
                diagnosed.<BR>
                <BR>
                Felis<BR>
                <BR>
                On Sat, 1 Jun 2002, darrenrichardsuk wrote:<BR>
                <BR>
                >Its possible there is something wrong with the
                software, but it<BR>
                >sounds much more like your MIDI setup to be
                honest. The extra 8<BR>
                >bytes for example could be down to the fact that
                some MIDI drivers<BR>
                >issue data that they receive *before* the port was
                actually openned<BR>
                >by an application.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >"What's more puzzling is another program,
                dumpster, now<BR>
                >won't send syxex to the MS2k via my
                midiman."<BR>
                ><BR>
                >LOL, well that says it all really :-) That clearly
                is nothing to do<BR>
                >with me, and points towards your setup.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >Jump over to <a
                href="http://www.btinternet.com/~daz.richards">http://www.btinternet.com/~daz.richards</a>
                for the latest<BR>
                >version of PB<BR>
                ><BR>
                >Daz.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >--- In korgms2000@y..., sageofpsych sageofpsych
                <sageofpsych@y...><BR>
                >wrote:<BR>
                >> Daz,<BR>
                >><BR>
                >> Have I stumbled on a bug?  I was using
                your newest<BR>
                >> patchbuddy to get my bank of sounds from the
                MS2k.  I<BR>
                >> had my MS2k connected to my midiman
                1x1.  I used your<BR>
                >> new "get all" button and the first
                time it uploaded it<BR>
                >> collected 8 bytes more then normal.  On
                second and<BR>
                >> third try it worked properly.<BR>
                >><BR>
                >> But since then I have not been able to get
                Patchbuddy<BR>
                >> to send .syx files correctly to the
                MS2k.  MS2k keeps<BR>
                >> flashing wierd characters on the screen
                during<BR>
                >> download and then turns off tempo altogether
                (have to<BR>
                >> turn off MS2k to get it working again).
                Patchbuddy<BR>
                >> reports back everytime with "data format
                error" near<BR>
                >> the beginning of upload to MS2K. 
                Doesn't matter if I<BR>
                >> send it via my midiman or via my korg pci
                connections,<BR>
                >> the error comes up.<BR>
                >><BR>
                >> What's more puzzling is another program,
                dumpster, now<BR>
                >> won't send syxex to the MS2k via my
                midiman.  It will<BR>
                >> only now send via my Korg PCI
                connection.  I know it<BR>
                >> used to send via Midiman.  But not
                now.<BR>
                >><BR>
                >> I probably will have to reinstall midiman 1x1
                and see<BR>
                >> if that doesn't fix my midiman.  But I
                don't think<BR>
                >> that will fix patchbuddy from sending wrong
                data,<BR>
                >> since it does that through my PCI connection
                too.  Per<BR>
                >> chance can you send me the last version of
                patchbuddy?<BR>
                >>  I wish to test it against my current
                problem.<BR>
                >><BR>
                >><BR>
                >> P.S.  I did a virus check just in case
                using Norton<BR>
                >> antivirus and found no virus.<BR>
                >><BR>
                >><BR>
                >><BR>
                >><BR>
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              • felis@carcosa.org
                As promised, I m posting the reply from midiman about the problem: Hello Matt, Thanks for the insight. We actually do not recommend using hubs for this reason.
                Message 7 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                  As promised, I'm posting the reply from midiman about the problem:

                  Hello Matt,

                  Thanks for the insight. We actually do not recommend using hubs for this reason.
                  It is amazing that the device is working. Hopefully you wont have trouble in the
                  future. If so, please let us know.

                  Dave




                  On Sat, 1 Jun 2002 felis@... wrote:

                  >FWIW, I send a bug report about the midisport 2x2 drivers to midiman - it seems that the usb part installs
                  >properly, but the sound drivers don't report themselves as installed under win2k even though they are indeed
                  >installed and seem to function properly (by properly, I mean that I was able to dump from my ms2k and it
                  >receives a midi clock from acid.) I dunno if this is win2k or the midisport drivers, but keep any eye
                  >out for that if you do reinstall the midi drivers, everyone. It drove me nuts for days! I had it installed
                  >and working straight from the usb port on my laptop, but when I moved the midisport to my hub, the problem
                  >began. What I really wish I knew is if the drivers were reported correctly under the device manager when
                  >I installed it the first time, because they worked.
                  >
                  >When I get a reply from midiman, I'll post their answer - I suspect that it's win2k, but I can't say for
                  >sure. *grumble grumble windows grumble* Some day maybe I'll have the time and expertise to port Daz's
                  >utils to linux, where such problems are easily diagnosed.
                • pete from phaelam
                  i had the same problem[midiman sport 8x8]. had the midiman replaced twice. then switched to the motu express xt. basically the guy i was talking to at midiman
                  Message 8 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                    i had the same problem[midiman sport 8x8]. had the midiman replaced twice.
                    then switched to the motu express xt. basically the guy i was talking to at
                    midiman said that they have issues with pc's.


                    >From: <felis@...>
                    >Reply-To: korgms2000@yahoogroups.com
                    >To: <korgms2000@yahoogroups.com>
                    >Subject: [korgms2000] Reply from midiman regarding the 2x2 driver problem
                    >Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 11:59:03 -0500 (CDT)
                    >
                    >As promised, I'm posting the reply from midiman about the problem:
                    >
                    >Hello Matt,
                    >
                    >Thanks for the insight. We actually do not recommend using hubs for this
                    >reason.
                    >It is amazing that the device is working. Hopefully you wont have trouble
                    >in the
                    >future. If so, please let us know.
                    >
                    >Dave
                    >
                    >
                    >
                    >
                    >On Sat, 1 Jun 2002 felis@... wrote:
                    >
                    > >FWIW, I send a bug report about the midisport 2x2 drivers to midiman - it
                    >seems that the usb part installs
                    > >properly, but the sound drivers don't report themselves as installed
                    >under win2k even though they are indeed
                    > >installed and seem to function properly (by properly, I mean that I was
                    >able to dump from my ms2k and it
                    > >receives a midi clock from acid.) I dunno if this is win2k or the
                    >midisport drivers, but keep any eye
                    > >out for that if you do reinstall the midi drivers, everyone. It drove me
                    >nuts for days! I had it installed
                    > >and working straight from the usb port on my laptop, but when I moved the
                    >midisport to my hub, the problem
                    > >began. What I really wish I knew is if the drivers were reported
                    >correctly under the device manager when
                    > >I installed it the first time, because they worked.
                    > >
                    > >When I get a reply from midiman, I'll post their answer - I suspect that
                    >it's win2k, but I can't say for
                    > >sure. *grumble grumble windows grumble* Some day maybe I'll have the
                    >time and expertise to port Daz's
                    > >utils to linux, where such problems are easily diagnosed.
                    >




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                  • djursus
                    ... twice. ... talking to at ... Me too. I couldn t get the midi routing on the 8x8 to work with Windows XP and USB. I got the motu and it works like a
                    Message 9 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                      --- In korgms2000@y..., "pete from phaelam" <phaelam@h...> wrote:
                      > i had the same problem[midiman sport 8x8]. had the midiman replaced
                      twice.
                      > then switched to the motu express xt. basically the guy i was
                      talking to at
                      > midiman said that they have issues with pc's.


                      Me too. I couldn't get the midi routing on the 8x8 to work with
                      Windows XP and USB. I got the motu and it works like a charm! Worth
                      every extra penny.

                      TS
                    • felis@carcosa.org
                      I actually have it working - the only thing I haven t tried is sending patches from my machine to the ms2k. I can start a dump from the pc, receive the data,
                      Message 10 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                        I actually have it working - the only thing I haven't tried is sending patches
                        from my machine to the ms2k. I can start a dump from the pc, receive the data,
                        and send a midi clock, so I'm assuming it's working to its fullest. It just
                        doesn't KNOW it's working. Of course, I just read that I could have used
                        my midiman oxygen 8 for midi in/out, but it's not as easy to transport.

                        On Thu, 6 Jun 2002, djursus wrote:

                        >--- In korgms2000@y..., "pete from phaelam" <phaelam@h...> wrote:
                        >> i had the same problem[midiman sport 8x8]. had the midiman replaced
                        >twice.
                        >> then switched to the motu express xt. basically the guy i was
                        >talking to at
                        >> midiman said that they have issues with pc's.
                        >
                        >
                        >Me too. I couldn't get the midi routing on the 8x8 to work with
                        >Windows XP and USB. I got the motu and it works like a charm! Worth
                        >every extra penny.
                        >
                        >TS
                        >
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                      • sageofpsych sageofpsych
                        Boy they seem to have some real issues don t they? I got rid of my midiman 1x1 just yesterday. I am using my old connector (PCI) now. Especially after my
                        Message 11 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                          Boy they seem to have some real issues don't they?

                          I got rid of my midiman 1x1 just yesterday. I am
                          using my old connector (PCI) now. Especially after my
                          exasperating troubles with it using patch buddy v10.

                          It was especially weird that tech support told me I
                          had to uninstall twice, reinstall twice to get it
                          working again. Who the heck builds a program that
                          doesn't uninstall or reinstall right the first time?

                          Anyways, it still didn't work. If I go the route of
                          connecting a device to usb ever again, maybe I'll get
                          the MOTU too.


                          --- felis@... wrote:

                          <HR>
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                          <tt>
                          As promised, I'm posting the reply from midiman about
                          the problem:<BR>
                          <BR>
                          Hello Matt,<BR>
                          <BR>
                          Thanks for the insight. We actually do not recommend
                          using hubs for this reason.<BR>
                          It is amazing that the device is working. Hopefully
                          you wont have trouble in the<BR>
                          future. If so, please let us know.<BR>
                          <BR>
                          Dave<BR>
                          <BR>
                          <BR>
                          <BR>
                          <BR>
                          On Sat, 1 Jun 2002 felis@... wrote:<BR>
                          <BR>
                          >FWIW, I send a bug report about the midisport 2x2
                          drivers to midiman - it seems that the usb part
                          installs<BR>
                          >properly, but the sound drivers don't report
                          themselves as installed under win2k even though they
                          are indeed<BR>
                          >installed and seem to function properly (by
                          properly, I mean that I was able to dump from my ms2k
                          and it<BR>
                          >receives a midi clock from acid.)  I dunno if
                          this is win2k or the midisport drivers, but keep any
                          eye<BR>
                          >out for that if you do reinstall the midi drivers,
                          everyone.  It drove me nuts for days!  I had
                          it installed<BR>
                          >and working straight from the usb port on my
                          laptop, but when I moved the midisport to my hub, the
                          problem<BR>
                          >began.  What I really wish I knew is if the
                          drivers were reported correctly under the device
                          manager when<BR>
                          >I installed it the first time, because they
                          worked.<BR>
                          ><BR>
                          >When I get a reply from midiman, I'll post their
                          answer - I suspect that it's win2k, but I can't say
                          for<BR>
                          >sure.  *grumble grumble windows
                          grumble*  Some day maybe I'll have the time and
                          expertise to port Daz's<BR>
                          >utils to linux, where such problems are easily
                          diagnosed.<BR>
                          <BR>
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                        • pete from phaelam
                          good call. the motu product seems to be really good. ... _________________________________________________________________ Join the world’s largest e-mail
                          Message 12 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                            good call. the motu product seems to be really good.


                            >From: "djursus" <tsobczak@...>
                            >Reply-To: korgms2000@yahoogroups.com
                            >To: korgms2000@yahoogroups.com
                            >Subject: [korgms2000] Re: Reply from midiman regarding the 2x2 driver
                            >problem
                            >Date: Thu, 06 Jun 2002 18:33:43 -0000
                            >
                            >--- In korgms2000@y..., "pete from phaelam" <phaelam@h...> wrote:
                            > > i had the same problem[midiman sport 8x8]. had the midiman replaced
                            >twice.
                            > > then switched to the motu express xt. basically the guy i was
                            >talking to at
                            > > midiman said that they have issues with pc's.
                            >
                            >
                            >Me too. I couldn't get the midi routing on the 8x8 to work with
                            >Windows XP and USB. I got the motu and it works like a charm! Worth
                            >every extra penny.
                            >
                            >TS
                            >




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                          • djursus
                            ... Yes, the software control panel is the best as well. It allows for midi data filters down to the channel level on each port, excellent routing, saving
                            Message 13 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                              --- In korgms2000@y..., "pete from phaelam" <phaelam@h...> wrote:
                              > good call. the motu product seems to be really good.

                              Yes, the software control panel is the best as well. It allows for
                              midi data filters down to the channel level on each port, excellent
                              routing, saving configs, etc.

                              Motu seems to be on top of driver updates(and testing them), too.

                              The midiman IMO seemed flaky when rebooting or quiting programs using
                              midi -- I got tired of messing with it.

                              I really don't work for Motu either. :) Okay, back to the topics on
                              hand...What happened to the FAQ talk?

                              TS
                            • Jon Weiner
                              I actually have had a bunch of problems with the motu 2x2 usb midi interface with my setup, the drivers seemed to not be that intelligent. I could not operate
                              Message 14 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                                I actually have had a bunch of problems with the motu 2x2 usb midi interface with my setup, the drivers seemed to not be that intelligent. I could not operate it along with my other usb midi controller at the same time, it would just hang my pc. Not until I swapped out the motu midi adapter for the yamaha ux256 did I find serenity :)

                                J
                                -----Original Message-----
                                From: "djursus" <tsobczak@...>
                                Date: Thu, 06 Jun 2002 18:59:31
                                To: korgms2000@yahoogroups.com
                                Subject: [korgms2000] Re: Reply from midiman regarding the 2x2 driver problem

                                --- In korgms2000@y..., "pete from phaelam" <phaelam@h...> wrote:
                                > good call. the motu product seems to be really good.

                                Yes, the software control panel is the best as well. It allows for
                                midi data filters down to the channel level on each port, excellent
                                routing, saving configs, etc.

                                Motu seems to be on top of driver updates(and testing them), too.

                                The midiman IMO seemed flaky when rebooting or quiting programs using
                                midi -- I got tired of messing with it.

                                I really don't work for Motu either. :) Okay, back to the topics on
                                hand...What happened to the FAQ talk?

                                TS
                              • Chris
                                Your probably ok. My midisport 8x8 works fine under winXP through usb and lets me load and dump patches with all my midi stuff (ms2000r, electribe er-1,
                                Message 15 of 16 , Jun 6, 2002
                                  Your probably ok. My midisport 8x8 works fine under winXP through usb
                                  and lets me load and dump patches with all my midi stuff (ms2000r, electribe
                                  er-1, a-37). They also have a set of fairly new drivers out if you have not
                                  checked lately(as well as new delta drivers). I hear a lot of people having
                                  problems with them, but there are a lot of dubious PC components when you
                                  leave the intel world and many of the older motherboards (intel chipset or
                                  otherwise) did not support usb all that well. Although the driver install
                                  for it is a little bit tricky.


                                  I actually have it working - the only thing I haven't tried is sending
                                  patches
                                  from my machine to the ms2k. I can start a dump from the pc, receive the
                                  data,
                                  and send a midi clock, so I'm assuming it's working to its fullest. It just
                                  doesn't KNOW it's working. Of course, I just read that I could have used
                                  my midiman oxygen 8 for midi in/out, but it's not as easy to transport.

                                  On Thu, 6 Jun 2002, djursus wrote:

                                  >--- In korgms2000@y..., "pete from phaelam" <phaelam@h...> wrote:
                                  >> i had the same problem[midiman sport 8x8]. had the midiman replaced
                                  >twice.
                                  >> then switched to the motu express xt. basically the guy i was
                                  >talking to at
                                  >> midiman said that they have issues with pc's.
                                  >
                                  >
                                  >Me too. I couldn't get the midi routing on the 8x8 to work with
                                  >Windows XP and USB. I got the motu and it works like a charm! Worth
                                  >every extra penny.
                                  >
                                  >TS
                                  >
                                  >
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