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Hacking a midi keyboard
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 1:02 pm    Post subject: Hacking a midi keyboard Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Hi.
I i have an old M audio oxygen keyboard.
I took the keys to use in another project, but would like to use the midi controller parts as a stand alone midi controller.
I have hooked up whats left of it via USB and the LED is working and the slider reacts. (it has another 8 pots that send midi).

The only problem is that pro tools or reaper can't see the keyboard at all.
I of course have a couple of connectors that aren't connected to anything right now because the keys and mod+pitchbend themselves are gone - is there anything that needs to be grounded or reconnected in order for it to work?
- i know this might be impossible to answer without schematics - but thanks anyway Very Happy
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