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hooking up my 2 keyboards


JcSr56

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I ask in advance for your understanding, as I am a blooming "midiot". I just bought a new Roland RD-700gx a couple weeks ago, and I'd like to be able to also control the Juno G with the gx, and use the G's sounds.

 

I've read both manuals, and I still don't grasp it. I haven't tried any trial and error yet; I thought I would ask you kind folks first.

Thank you,

 

John Sr.

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I also have 2 boards I would like to hook together, but one only has USB midi, not the typical midi port. The other also has a USB port as well as midi in and out. Both USB ports are B type. I've found a USB b/b cable. Any chance this will work?

 

I aspire to be a midiot.

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Hijacking the thread...

 

I also have 2 boards I would like to hook together, but one only has USB midi, not the typical midi port. The other also has a USB port as well as midi in and out. Both USB ports are B type. I've found a USB b/b cable. Any chance this will work?

 

I aspire to be a midiot.

 

 

It won't. B-B cables (as well as A-A) are not approved for safe operation, IMHO.

Stage: MOX6, V-machine, and Roland AX7

Rolls PM351 for IEMs.

Home/recording: Roland FP4, a few guitars

 

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Thanks bloody... I was very reluctant to try such a thing for fear of letting the smoke out.

 

So being a midiot, can someone tell me if it it's true that the only thing usb midi is good for is connecting to a computer? I've searched high and low (and google) and can't find anything that suggests otherwise.

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