I have set MK's MIDI Output to the Edirol UM-1, which is on, is connected and the ASR-10 is on, also. The ASR-10 has no trouble at all sending MIDI to Mixcraft and my soundcard via the Edirol. However, MK isn't sending anything. There is no response at all.
What is my MIDI Input supposed to be set to? I have not seen this mentioned at all in the Quick Start section of the MK Help documentation. Is there something I'm missing, here?
I have tried this with the ASR-10 both turned on and off and it makes no difference; I get the same result. The Edirol, of course, has to be on, otherwise, there is no MIDI interface connection. So, how do I get MK to communicate with the Edirol?
UPDATE: I have verified that MK is sending MIDI data to the Edirol, as the MIDI IN light on the Edirol lights up when I press a key on my keyboard or the left button of my mouse. However, the sample I have loaded in my sequencer (Mixcraft) does not play. There is still no sound at all. Strangely enough, I can control MK's keys from the ASR-10's keyboard, but I can't control anything from MK. MK won't even play the sound I have loaded into the ASR-10.
Just FYI, the Edirol UM-1 is a device that is about the size of an MP3 player. It has two cables at each end. One cable splits and plugs into the MIDI IN and MIDI OUT jacks of the ASR-10. The other cable goes to my computer's sound card.
MK can play it's default sounds, plus GM Synth just fine. It's just not sending anything to my sequencer. The sequencer has no trouble at all receiving MIDI input from the ASR-10, which is coming to the sequencer via the Edirol MIDI interface. So, the weak link in the chain is MK, somehow. It's not doing what it's designed to do.