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How do i connect my soundcraft 328xd to work in studio one

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How do i connect my soundcraft 328xd to work in studio one pro.
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Pete replied 9 months ago.
Hi there
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Hi are u available to help me?
Expert:  Pete replied 9 months ago.
You can connect the 328XD via MIDI to Studio One Pro.What type of computer are you running Studio One Pro on?
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Expert:  Pete replied 9 months ago.
Ok, I am more familiar with the Windows setup, so I will check if a Mac expert can assist you further with this...
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
I do have a dual side mac and the other side windows
Expert:  JACUSTOMER-7d74br1a- replied 8 months ago.
HI there, my name is ***** ***** I would like to assist.For your 328XD to work with MAC (OSX+ or Windows) you will need to connect it to a Midi Interface which in turn connects to your computer either via USB or other connection, usually it's USB.Usually it would like something like this: Once this is done your software would need to be configured to recognize it, usually with recording software these options are configurable within the software itself (ProTools, Studio One, GuitarPro, e.t.c)