[PD] Trouble getting midi input, midi output ok. Please Help.

Jim Ruxton cinetron at passport.ca
Fri Sep 7 00:31:57 CEST 2001

Thanks for your help everyone. I went out and got a new sound card. Now midi seems to be working fine. I do get an intermittent tone however when I test the audio. If anyone has any ideas what might be causing this problem I'd appreciate any help. Oh the joys of being a Newbie. I'm still using Win 98 and the soundcard I got is as Creative Labs PCI 128 . Thanks.
  Jørgen Mortensesn schrieb: 

    Hi!  I can only say I have the same problem! Exactly! It was not there under Windows 95. I had a similar problem on another computer where I wanted to install Pro Tools 5.1 an DIGI01. Even though Prot Tools was not at all startede up it occupied the sound in and sound out device. So I had to buy another more humble soundcard from Soundblaster - and work with this also in the computer - just to have pd and pro tools on the same platform. Wish somebody could manage this out.  Joergen 
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Jim Ruxton
      To: pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at
      Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2001 9:43 PM
      Subject: [PD] Trouble getting midi input, midi output ok. Please Help.
       Hello,I'm new to Pd and am trying to get midi to work. When I type " pd -listdev "  I get the error   midiInOpen : MMSYSTEM002 A device ID has been used that is out of range of your system . Does anyone have any idea what common problems would cause this. My motherboard has built in sound using the Crystal Semi. CS4299 . Midi output is working. I'm running W98 . I have my Midi input and output drivers configured as MPU -401 . I'd appreciate any thoughts as I'm stuck.Jim
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