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> Pandora Px5d, Again, good news and bad news
post Sep 30 2009, 07:26 AM
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The good news is there is finally a site to share patches.

The bad news is, the MIDI drivers needed to do this have not yet been officiallyupdated for Windows 7 and OSX 10.6(Snow Leopard), and likely don't work. I know for a fact it doesn't yet work with 10.6. sad.gif

See this note from Korg UK, which seems to be the only reliable place to get information and downloads. (Note is from Sept. 2, 2009)

Update: Marc says it works (or should work) with Win 7. I got it going with Snow Leopard by downloading the most recent driver from Korg UK (1.0.8r4) and installing that. At first it didn't work, but by rebooting with the Pandora connected, then open the sound editor and if it doesn't dump the patches, go to Midi setup on the menu and choose the Pandora for in and out.

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post Sep 30 2009, 08:24 AM
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if it works on windows xp or vista, it will work on windows 7

when i upgraded to windows vista ultimate on my laptop, every file/driver/setting carried over and worked 150% ! yeas i do mean better!

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