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First post, by matze79

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Hi,

i have a Roland SC-7 and made the Serialcable like on the Website,
it don't get any output, i set SoftMPU to Adress 240h and COM2.
And the SC-7 is configured either on RS232-C1 or C2.
A AWE 64 is also installed, but no driver is loaded, i don't think this is necessary to simple get Sound.
I really would like to use the SC7 on my 386 Laptop aside with the Soundsource.

i did a testrun with Doom, no Music at all.
Maybe i missed something ?

(Cable Photo follows..)
i double and triple checked everything and the wiring seems ok for me.

thanks

Matthias

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Reply 1 of 5, by matze79

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Ah i'm stupid, i read now that only realmode games are supported, so i retry it now..

Well, it works! i'm really happy, thanks for this nice piece of Software.

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Reply 2 of 5, by matze79

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And here is SerialOut Driver for Windows 9x/XP/Vista/MacOS

http://roland.com/support/article/?q=downloads&p=SC-8820

Works perfect 😁

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Reply 4 of 5, by matze79

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Only Windows Games, select Roland Serialout as Default MIDI Device in Soundtab and all MIDI is played through SC-7/MT32 etc..

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Reply 5 of 5, by derSammler

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matze79 wrote:

Only Windows Games, select Roland Serialout as Default MIDI Device in Soundtab and all MIDI is played through SC-7/MT32 etc..

If you can select that in the MIDI Mapper, it should work with DOS games running from Windows as well.

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