Roland U20 midi driver

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  1. Ray

    Ray Guest

    Hi .. I'm looking for help connecting my U20 keyboard (via midi
    interface cable) to the joystick port of my soundcard .. and using the
    U20 sound canvass to edit / playback midi files. I think i need a midi
    device driver so that windows is able to fetch sounds (for cakewalk)
    from the u20. It would be most appreciatec if anyone knows how i can
    do this .. or what Midi driver i need
    many Thanks.
    Ray, Feb 2, 2010
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  2. Ray

    S - E - A Guest

    It shouldn't need a driver. The U-20 is purely a MIDI equipped ROMupler
    (sample playback) keyboard.
    It's no 'sound canvas' so trying to use such an editor will not get you
    far. Don't even think the U-20 had a GM mode.
    If you are using Cakewalk, it sounds to me if you are referring to a
    definition file. This lists the presets, making patch selection from
    Cakewalk easier as what is on the screen matches the LCD of the U-20.

    I'm unable to access Cakewalk at the moment, so I'm not sure if there's
    a def file in there or not.
    If there is, I'm sure it will be in the Roland folder. I also believe
    the U-220 is the same beast minus the actual keyboard.
    S - E - A, Feb 2, 2010
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