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How do I set up Juno DS88 to Studio One 4 correctly so I can record?

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asked Feb 23, 2019 in Studio One 4 by patriciaadams1 (320 points)

My setup... Juno DS88 - Steinberg UR44 - Laptop, windows 10 64 bit

I've got the Steinberg set up to laptop and Studio 4 right. But cannot figure out how to get the Juno connected right. Do I use midi cords to the Steinberg or go through the back inputs or the front inputs, both? Also, can't figure out how to set it all up to record the Juno, what options to select, etc. Totally lost. The songs I want to create consist of the Juno for most instruments, a guitar and a mic. Would love to understand how to set up the patch bank as well.

I know this is a lot to ask. Hoping someone will walk me through it. I'm a songwriter... not a DAW expert... at all.

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answered Mar 19, 2022 by levismith5 (140 points)
So, you can get a Roland UM-ONE midi to usb adapter and take the midi directly to the Instrument channel that you'll have configured to see the UM-ONE as the midi Input.  That's track one.  Track two is the Mono Output from the DS88 that will connect to your UR44, or you can do tracks 2 & 3 and do a stereo recording.  Either way, arm your Instrument track (midi track) and your DS88 output tracks and record them all at once.  Then, whatever plugin you have that you drop into the channel, the piano will have that effect on the midi instructions.