First post, by yawetaG
I have a sound editor for a Korg MIDI module (AG Sound Editor for the Korg AG3/AG10) that will only work in Classic Mac OS and OS X Classic Mode. However, it installed something called MIDI Management that requires my Mac to have a serial modem or serial printer port, while it only has USB, Firewire, and a regular modern modem/telephone port. So it can't find my USB MIDI interface.
After some reading up on things, I have concluded that it could work using the following:
- OMS (Open MIDI System) software, which I fortunately have two version of on CD.
- Mac OS Classic-compatible MIDI interface with a OMS driver.
- Possibly a OMS-compatible driver for the sound editor (this is not really clear to me).
The Mac is a Powerbook, so no slots to install a "true" Mac serial port device into except for a PCMCIA PC Card slot.