CRAFTsynth 2.0 synthesiser uses a class-compliant MIDI-over-USB connection, which means most operating systems will recognise it as a MIDI device without the need to install additional drivers. If you do not see 'CRAFTsynth 2.0 Synth' listed as a MIDI device, check the following:
- Check to see if the device shows up on your computer, as described in the MIDI section of the CRAFTsynth 2.0 synthesiser user manual (Link).
- Some systems may take some time to search for any required drivers - simply wait until your operating system has finished this process.
- Check that your DAW or other software has enabled MIDI input and output to 'CRAFTsynth 2.0'. This is usually found in Preferences > MIDI.
- Check that the USB cable is not faulty and that the USB socket on your computer works properly.
- Make sure that the USB sockets are free from dust or dirt.
- On Windows only a single application can connect to a class-compliant USB-MIDI device (such as CRAFTsynth 2.0) at any time - please check that that CRAFTsynth 2.0 isn't connected to another application.