Posted 05 March 2013 - 07:05 AM
I am looking for a recording software for sound processing but also using this software (or an other) to add keyboards, drums...etc. with an additional MIDI keyboard.
Do anyone has experience in this? How the MIDI keyboard is getting to work with all of this (connection...)?
I use a Mac Book pro with a 4 entry microphone interface and an SM59 mic that connects to the Mac.
In the past I have already made some recordings but wasnt really satisfied with the results using Logic Audio.
Do anyone have any advice?
Posted 09 March 2013 - 04:12 PM
Modern MIDI controller keyboards generally link up to your computer via USB. Some have 5 pin DIN while others offer USB and DIN connections. Which connector you use will depend on what connector you have on your MAC or audio/MIDI interface. On my PC I have an M-Audio soundcard which gives me MIDI DIN inputs while the PC itself offers USB. I use an Alesis keyboard which has both DIN and USB capability. I can use either and the result is the same.
Basically, the question is, what are you trying to achieve and what MIDI keyboard do you have?
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