Fran Carpenter wrote:Dear All
I have just purchased a MOX6 Yamaha keyboard, mostly for its wonderful sounds. I wish to record the sounds into Logic. (Until now I have only ever used the built in sounds in Logic.) I am having a terrible time trying to work out how to get the sounds from the keyboard into Logic. I can get the first 128 sounds (the 1st preset as they call it i.e. 1st bank) as they link to each channel in Logic when I assign an 'external midi' track channel to one of the MOX's program change channels. But I cannot access the other banks (presets) of sounds, which of course are the ones I want! Could anyone give me any tips. I have tried Yamaha's music help line and also Digital Village where I got the keyboard, but they couldn't assist! (The keyboard is connected by USB, and I believe I should be able to do this easily!!)
Fran Carpenter wrote:Thank you for your quick response! Best all day. I wanted to use the MOX6 with just the USB connection to my iMac, and was told that was all I would need. Put away all my long jack leads and midi cables etc! (I do have an Apogee Duet also for a microphone and could connect to that). Would I be recording in audio if I connected your way? I wanted to record in Midi if poss in case I needed to increase/decrease tempo etc and muck about with parts and sounds.
Fran Carpenter wrote:OK, I have now plugged the speakers directly into the MOX output and can hear all the MOX sounds, played as recorded in Logic. But when I bounce the arrangement to make an audio version of my music, it only bounces the Logic track I have on there!
Fran Carpenter wrote:Hello there! I am back to just my USB cable to my iMac from the MOX6 and speakers connected directly to the keyboard. With in and out set to MOX I can hear everything at least! I got as far, from the place where I bought the blooming thing that I must record each MOX track to a separate audio track. There in lies the problem. Can you tell me how to record one MOX track to one audio track. I have created a blank audio track, but there is no reading of level in the audio channel strip. I presume I mute all other MOX tracks and Logic tracks, but have no idea how to record it to the audio track. (Normally I simply bounce all my Logic instr tracks down in one go, after mixing. And vocals register straight away through the mic connection. I've never had to record a track from an external inst before!! I can't believe it is this hard!!) I don't actually know how I would go about recording a single Logic internal inst track to an audio track, but I presume it must be the same way as doing the MOX track. So grateful if you can help. (I also cannot believe that Yamaha help have no idea about using Logic with the MOX!)
Fran Carpenter wrote:Thank you. It does make sense, but my audio does not record. I just get a flat line recording of nothing. What on earth am I doing wrong?
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