First post, by Lazar81
Until now I used a midi emulator (falcosoft) with soundcards that have a gameport (windows xp machines). Connected the um-one (to the soundcard in the retro machine and to a sidekick that runs the falcosoft midiplayer) and everything runs nice.
I now wanted to do similar on my main machine with Windows 10. I googled a lot but found no tutorial or anything alike... So how can I use the midi emulator in DOSBox with Windows 10? No gameport there... 🤷
Do I need an USB to Gameport Adapter?
I imagine to connect things like that:
1. USB to Gameport Adapter to PC
2. MIDI cable to Adapter
3. MIDI cable to um-one
4. um-one to emulator machine
5. emulator machine sound to line in of PC
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