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How do I connect a keyboard, sound module, and pc so that a song played on the keyboard can be played back afterward, but the sounds heard both during the recording and the playback is that of the sound module. Is it the connection shown in the image:

A: http://www.arpegemusic.com/images/midi6.jpg

OR

B: https://cdn.sparkfun.com/assets/learn_tutorials/4/0/8/computer-topo.png

  • What did you observe when you tried each of those topographies? – Tetsujin Jan 18 '18 at 12:24
  • I don't have all of the equipment to try it out. but was wondering which was the correct way to for when I do. I am leaning more towards A. – Hjhk90 Jan 18 '18 at 18:08
  • This seems like a very basic "how do I record audio" sort of question, and a hypothetical one at that. Is that a fair assessment? – user9881 Mar 20 '18 at 18:10
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Either of those could work, depending on exactly what you are doing. There are also other setups that will work. However, what is not clear from your question is what you consider to be the sound module.

My setup is to have keyboard and other instruments feeding in to my DAW on PC, with various effects loops and a midi sound module connected so I can hook them in, and so I trigger a particular sound bank from my keyboard via the PC.

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