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Thread: .ins file for XP-30?

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    I just bought a Roland XP-30 for use with Cakewalk. Can I communicate with it using the standard roland.ins instrument definition from the Cakewalk website, or do I need another .ins file?

    If I need another one, is there one publicly available, or am I gonna hafta write one?

    Thanks for your help!

    -j

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    Does anyone know the answer to this? I'm strugglin'! I went into the Cakewalk manual, and I started reading about RPN and NRPN and all kinds of other things I'd never heard of. (I'm a lowly guitarist.) Anyway, I think I'm in over my head enough that it'll take me a very long time to actually create my own instrument definition...

    Thanks!

    -j

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    Garger pointed me to http://www.lilchips.com/cakewalk/ins/index.asp. That site had exactly what I needed. I recommend it to anyone looking for Roland .ins files or StudioWare. Thanks, Garger!

    -j

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