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Can I get output sound from using the Audiobox USB 2X2 without just using MIDI and how?

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asked Apr 3, 2016 in AudioBox USB by jerrypyoung (150 points)
I'm new to this so please be patient with me :) I have an older Korg N264 I want to connected my board to my PC using the Audiobox USB 2X2,I want to use some of the sounds from my board without (just) using the MIDI control feature,I want to know how or can my board output sound from it without using the MIDI controls and if so how and what do I need I do have 1/4 inch cables and MIDI cables but I want to output sound from my Korg also, is this possible and if so can someone tell me how or do I need something else? Thanks to whoever can help me with this,or did I even make the right product purchase?

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answered Apr 4, 2016 by mattcaprio (148,150 points)
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You can do what you're trying to do without using MIDI at all.

Just take some instrument cables and connect them from your Korg to the inputs on the front of the AudioBox. The only concern is that your Korg is a "line level" instrument and the AudioBox USB is meant for "mic/instrument level" devices.

In order to get around this I would recommend keeping all your volume/gain levels as low as possible. Bring them up slowly when you are testing your input levels. If you hear distortion be sure to bring your gain down (on the keyboard or on the front of the AudioBox).


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