Setting up MIDI on a PC


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Setting up MIDI on a PC

To set up your MIDI devices to work with Pro Tools, plug in all of your devices: your MIDI controllers, MIDI interfaces, and sound modules. Then make all the proper MIDI connections. Then start up your computer and Pro Tools. Download any necessary drivers for your MIDI devices, and Windows should let you know if you need them. Once you've started up Pro Tools, you can go to Setup > MIDI > MIDI Studio Setup. The MIDI Studio Setup, or MSS application, will open up.

Now I want to create a new device here. So I'm going to click Create, and I want to add a Korg Triton. So I'll type that in as the Instrument name. Then I'll go down to the Manufacturer, find Korg and Triton. Then I'm going to choose the Input Port, and I want that to be Mbox 2 Pro, and the same for the Output Port. By default, all of the send channels and receive channels are active.

If we wanted to make some inactive, we can click them and gray them out, but let's keep them all active. These determine ...

Setting up MIDI on a PC
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Setting up MIDI on a PC provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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