Firstly, double check all your physical connections – if you’re using an older USB cable, you might want to try out another one. Try different ports on your computer, and also make sure you’re not connecting through a USB hub. If you have multiple USB devices connected, try disconnecting these.
If you have an older keyboard, pad controller or drum kit and use a USB to MIDI cable, check you have your MIDI cables connected to the correct IN/OUT on your controller. The IN cable should be connected to the MIDI OUT socket on your controller and vice-versa.
Check you don’t have any other software running alongside Melodics that could be interfering with or taking over your controller.
If you’re still not getting anything from your device in Melodics, you might want to check you have the latest firmware and driver updates installed for your controller (you can find these on the manufacturers website usually).
Still not working? Check for instructions on your controller hardware manual and check the following:
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You can play it with your computer keyboard, but it is a much better experience with access to a MIDI keyboard, pad controller, or MIDI drum kit.
These MIDI devices are connected: