#1
My current recording setup is pretty much all done with Toneport UX2, and recording with Cubase.

Today however I got a Roland Juno-D keyboard, and it has MIDI outputs, and ofcourse Toneport doesnt have any MIDI in....so really I'm just wondering if theres a real simple and easy way to just add the keyboard into my setup without having to change much up?

Is there some sort of MIDI interface I can buy and run that through the Toneport somehow, and work in real time with the keyboard and anything in Cubase?

I hope I'm making some sense, it'd be much appreciated if anyone could help out
#2
If you want the Juno sounds, just connect the output of the Juno to through to the toneport -> cubase.

For midi, my experience (not much) just leads me to tell you, buy a midi -> usb cable, and connect it to cubase/pc with that.
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#3
Quote by Pure_Morning
If you want the Juno sounds, just connect the output of the Juno to through to the toneport -> cubase.


Ah ok...so for recording the Juno sounds etc. using something like this from the Juno into Toneport would be the way to go?:

http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/page/shop/flypage/product_id/2166

Sorry to be an idiot, haha
Last edited by phalophobia at May 31, 2008,
#4
Recording keyboards like your Juno using MIDI is the best way to go since you can tweak note sound and timing...

To set something like this up, get yourself an USB MIDI interface to record the MIDI data to the computer.

Once you have the MIDI on the computer you can send it to a virtual synth and then patch that output though to an audio track.

MIDI basics:
http://www.tweakheadz.com/how_to_get_started_with_midi.html

Rule #1:
Midi isnt audio, its data. To transfer it to audio you have to send it though some type of MIDI equipped instrument.