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Need Help using my Pandora px5d

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by ChaosSonata, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. ChaosSonata

    ChaosSonata

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    Hello all!

    I wanted to start recording some jams; so i got the KORG Pandora px5d (It's advertised to be a USB interface)

    So I finally get the thing and plug it in and install all the drivers.

    I fire up Audacity, and it doesn't recognise the px5d as an input device. It sees the output from the px5d just fine though.

    I fire up Ableton Live 8 - same thing

    I fire up Cubase 5 - same thing

    Can anyone help me use this thing? anyone have experience working with the px5d? I'm not entirely sure if it's me or the software (I'm pretty sure that it's not the hardware)
  2. who

    who

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    When I had one, I just used asio4all because I had trouble getting Korg's drivers to work, but asio4all worked perfectly.
  3. ChaosSonata

    ChaosSonata

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    Ok, thanks for the heads up about asio4all; will definitely try this.
  4. kwalker0210

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    You should have an installation disk that contain the following folders:

    catalogs
    Driver
    KORG_USB_MIDI_Driver...
    Live Lite Korg edition
    PX5D_USB_ASIO

    You want to open and run the Korg USB-ASIO Driver and the Korg USB Midi Driver. Once you do that, the Korg Asio Driver will appear in the audio interface list. It is also worth the effort to set up the Pandora Patch Editor because it gives you an additional Sound Bank for the PX5D

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