The Aerophone AE-10/AE-10G can connect to a computer so it can be integrated with music software applications:
- Use a USB cable to connect the USB port on the AE-10 to your computer. You do not need to download and install a Roland USB driver - the AE-10 is 'class compliant' so will work with the built-in USB driver in your computer.
- Confirm that the AE-10 is communicating correctly with the computer.
- On a Macintosh, open the Audio MIDI Setup utility and confirm that the Aerophone AE-10 is listed in the MIDI Studio window.
- On a PC, open the Device Manager and confirm that the Aerophone AE-10 is listed under "Sound, video, and game controllers."
- Activate or enable the AE-10 in your music software. You will need to consult with the documentation for your specific application for this, but usually there is a preferences menu where you will need to enable the AE-10 so it can be used by your software.
This will allow you to transfer MIDI data between the Aerophone AE-10 and your computer.