View Full Version : New Here I need help for Word Builder Please
02-23-2006, 10:29 PM
Hey Im new here I'm on a digi 002 and I don't know how to make sounds come out of word builder, Im guessing I need to use it with Symphonic Choirs somehow? I'm not sure how do that though, Ill probably use it with Ableton Live 5 as a Plug In someone please help me here, even if you can just show me how to make it as a stand alone.
02-24-2006, 10:01 AM
Please check out the FAQ. This is a link to the section about using WordBuilder and Choirs standalone (http://support.soundsonline.com/faq/index.php?action=show&cat=26). It includes a video which may prove very helpful.
02-24-2006, 04:35 PM
2A voice configuration screen should appear (if it doesn't, choose File->New Voice)
3In the Voice Type dropdown, choose Tenors
4In the MIDI In section, for MIDI Port, choose your keyboard's MIDI port
5Leave the channel setting at 1
6In the MIDI Out section, for MIDI Port, choose Virtual WordBuilder 1 (Mac)/Midi Yoke 1(PC)
7Leave the channel setting at 1
9Type some words into WordBuilder
10Open Symphonic Choirs
I11n the Symphonic Choirs player, click on the drop-down arrow next to 'NEW MULTI'
12Choose a WB Multi. For the sake of this example, choose Full->F Tenors->F TENR WB NV
13In the Symphonic Choirs menu, click on File->Setup
14Click on MIDI
15For input interface turn everything off, but turn Virtual WordBuilder 1 (Mac)/MIDI Yoke 1(PC) on
16For output interface, turn everything off
when I pick the midi out there isn't a symphonic choirs output nether is there a wordbuilder input or what not in the symphnoic choirs program either did I install wrong ?
02-24-2006, 05:19 PM
I downloaded Midi yolk and it shows in the wordbuilder midi menu for the input and outputs but I can't get any sound to come out whenever I press down on the keys how does that work anyway?
02-24-2006, 05:28 PM
If you follow the instructions that you pasted above step by step, exactly as they read, you should see icons flashing in WordBuilder when you play your keyboard around middle C. Does this happen?
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