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Where is Microsoft Midi Mapper?

Posted on 2004-08-16
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Where is Microsoft Midi Mapper?

I can't find that and i need it.
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Question by:ornicar
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by:lexicon_dominus
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Which operating system you're running ?
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by:ornicar
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Sorry, forgott about that, but its XP, if you read the Topic title.
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by:lexicon_dominus
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All right then... If you're using Windows XP, Microsoft Midi Mapper has became obsolote...
You should select a MIDI device in Sound Properties.
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by:ornicar
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I see...
This annoys me because I'd like to do some mapping with the midi devices. I bought an USB midi port and plugged here a Roland synth and a Yamaha DX-7, and I'd like some of their channels to be used instead of the soundcard's channels.
Do you know if this would be possible? Maybe there is a mapping program doing this?
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lexicon_dominus earned 500 total points
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Hello Ornicar;
Maybe this link helps:
http://www.midiox.com/
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by:ornicar
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Great! I've been tweaking my MIDI settings with this program and it really does what I need, plus additional features very useful.
Thanks.
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by:lexicon_dominus
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Thank you for the points and you're welcome... I'm glad you've solved your issue...
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