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You don't mention the make and models of the gear you're asking about, so we can't address your pacifist setup. However, most mixer outputs are going to be at line level, whereas a guitar amp inputs are instrument level. Line level is way hotter than a guitar amp can handle. You need to find a mixer that has a -10dB output to do what you're asking.
Download USB MIDI driver for yamaha from yamaha website,and install to laptop.
Make sure the POWER switch on the instrument is set to OFF,then use an AB type USB cable to connect the instrument to the laptop.
After making the connections, turn on the power of the instrument.
Laptop will immediately notify that new hardwares is connecting and automatically install the drivers. Wait until the process is finish.
Thats all. In Ableton,the setting MIDI input must be set to USB MIDI.
If the third prong is the round one, then that is the ground to your amp. It will still work, however, the amplifier will not be properly grounded. So in a pinch you can use it, but you need to get the cable replaced. The ground wire is there for your safety, in case you plug your amp into a mis-wired outlet or if you are plugging in another instrument like a keyboard, mixer etc. that may be mis-wired. This could lead to a bad shock or worse. You have been warned.
Well, first, we need more information: First, what kind of instrument has this serial number- Guitar, keyboard, mixer... Next, is there an available model number? Last, if there isn't a model number, can you give a general description or the instrument?
The easiest way is to take the line out from the bass amp and connect it to the line in socket of the mixer ( not the XLR Mic in ). This will give a clean and flat sound which you will have to customize using the Mixer tone control and not the bass amp controls.
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how many instruments you have hooked up to your mixer? thats the key, #1.
make sure you have atleast ATLEAST 2 mixers in your start up program, once you use the max output input for your original mixer, the next instrument patch you load will not be routed, (no more space), you'll have to route it manually (press Tab) *get familar with routing your own devices, for reverb/chorus and such,
this applies to everything about recieving sound from your project/keyboard. and just route your extra devices on the new mixer --they go up to 14 channels, i have like 22!
so thats my solution, hope itt applies.
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Yes it's possible. I'm assuming you'd like to use the keyboard amp as a "monitor". In which case, take a 1/4inch TS (instrument cable) jack out of "Aux Send" into the input of your keyboard amp. Make sure the keyboard amp is turned up to a good level and that the Master SEND is turned up on the Desk.
Now you can make your own "monitor mix" for on stage use without effecting the F.O.H mix by turning up the aux pot (knob) on each channel you use.
You can use the CTRL ROOM output also, but make sure it's not giving a "Powered Output" from the internal amplifier in the mixer as you will damage the keyboard amp.