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Hello! i am new here and in the midi world

i have a psr - 79 portatone and i bought a midi-usb cable, when i press some keys (like c4) sounds c12, when i play some keys sounds sustained... i tried with Fl Studio and with Midiox and i had the same problem in both. i tried with a electric drum, a medeli dd402 and didn't sound
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There's a VERY recent thread, 'midi software problem' that discusses almost exactly the same problem.

I suggest that you look through this other thread, and if it is the same problem then follow the same advice, which appears to have totally solved the problem.

The problem seems to be the connector/cable. The faulty device CAN be fixed, but it's a camplicated fix and may be more trouble than it's worth.

Geoff
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There's a VERY recent thread, 'midi software problem' that discusses almost exactly the same problem.

I suggest that you look through this other thread, and if it is the same problem then follow the same advice, which appears to have totally solved the problem.

The problem seems to be the connector/cable. The faulty device CAN be fixed, but it's a camplicated fix and may be more trouble than it's worth.

Geoff
How could i fix it?
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One of the postings from 'tom' about 2/3 of the way down has a link to 'article about the cheap cable'.

This article includes details about the adaptor, and about how to fix it.

Geoff
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There's a VERY recent thread, 'midi software problem' that discusses almost exactly the same problem.

I suggest that you look through this other thread, and if it is the same problem then follow the same advice, which appears to have totally solved the problem.

The problem seems to be the connector/cable. The faulty device CAN be fixed, but it's a camplicated fix and may be more trouble than it's worth.

Geoff
Yeah, fix it is more trouble, the cable is new and shit and i don't have money to buy a roland one or other brand cable :(
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I can confirm, being the poster of the similar thread, my problems are completly gone with my new MIDI-cable.
Ofc, you have to have the funds to afford a new cable.

I payed 39 euro so you have an idea about the price. Maybe you'll find a second hand....
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