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Stupid MIDI/Serial Port Question

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mark4man, Sep 27, 2003.

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  1. mark4man

    mark4man Thread Starter

    Aug 26, 2001

    I am using a Roland JV-1010 Sound Module to produce MIDI music. It originally received MIDI Input from my old Music Production software (Cakewalk PA9) via my PC's Serial Port.

    I am now running Windows XP (& SONAR 2.2) with a LynxTWO Audio Interface (Sound Card.) Roland does not make an XP Driver for the JV-1010. LynxTWO has no MIDI Ports (meaning the use of MIDI Cables is out) . . .

    . . . here's the stupid question:

    How can I now assign my Serial Port as my default MIDI Port, in order to transmit MIDI tracks from SONAR to the Sound Module?

    Does XP have default Serial Port drivers which will accomplish this task?

    Is the Serial Port the same as COM 1 in Device Manager?

    Need help. Thanks,

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