I just bought myself a Tascam US-122 for recording my music. Setting up and recording guitar bits was easy enough but now I'm trying to add some piano. For this I have a Roland (E-36) keyboard that I connect though MIDI (in/out) on my Tascam.
It was looking good at the start; I could see that Cubase was receiving when I played something on my Roland. Problem is that I could not hear it through my headphones (that are connected to the Tascam) nor from my PC speakers when I select the Tascam as the output audio device. This does work when I do the same with my guitar.
If I select 'Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth' as output routing then I can hear the music from my speakers although sometimes with a delay (which as I've read has to do with buffering).
Any idea what I need to alter on my setup in order to hear the playback through my Tascam?
not sure if this is related but I don't see the point (and I guess there should be a point) in connecting the MIDI output on the Tascam to the MIDI input of the Roland. I can hear the (original) music on my keyboard regardless if that cable is connected or not.
In the mean time (after reading many posts) I installed reaper but there I face the same issue: I can hear my keyboard (through the headphones that are connected to the Tascam) if I select Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth as hardware output device (but then there's the latency issue). If I select TASCAM MIDI as hardware output I hear nothing.