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Is there anyone who has connected a ypg 825 to their MacBook Pro thru
GarageBand or Band-IN-A-Box?
If so, how did you do it?
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I used a MIDI adapter to connect a Yamaha KX88 to GarageBand '08 on a 17" MBP, if that helps.


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