Re: how do I use the QSR or QS7 to play midi files
Posted by Dave on February 02, 1999 at 11:45:14:
In Reply to: how do I use the QSR or QS7 to play midi files posted by steve calfee on February 01, 1999 at 20:43:19:
You need a PCMCIA Flash RAM card which can be used to store up to 50 midi sequences, new sample sounds and a complete new bank of programs and mixes (or any combination thereof!). Go read the CARD section of this site or the technotes section at Alesis http://www.alesis.com/alesis/services/notes_low/Keyboard_low/PCMCIA_low.html to learn more about cards and where to get them (I recomend a Pertec 8 meg card - about $78). You will also need to download the latest version of Soundbridge from Alesis (its free) so you can communicate with the card. Just use Cakewalk or another sequencer to create the midi (type 0 or 1) files, then use SoundBridge to load them to the card. It works pretty slick - I use mine all the time and am constantly updating the card with new sequences and patches/mixes. Hope this helps!