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  1. PX-5S Modulation Speed (Vibrato)

    It's done by the tone. Press Edit, tone, LFO, pitch, rate.. adjust and write tone or stage setting.
  2. Multitimbrality

    Yes, it can work as a sound module. It has a 16 part sound engine accessible via MIDI in. Parts 1-4 are used by stage settings zones 1-4.
  3. mz 2000

    Looks like they removed the downloads for those from the main site. mz-2000_disk_2.zip mz-2000_disk_1.zip
  4. What? Wow. Maybe they found a few in the back room. lol
  5. App for iPAD on px5s

    I think you mean the Midi Designer app. There are layouts for the PX-5S. http://www.casiomusicforums.com/index.php?/files/file/288-privia-px-5s-midi-designer-layouts-iphone-and-ipad/
  6. Any PX-5s successor yet in 2018?

    Here is a really good question for everyone. How much would you be willing to pay for your dream Casio?
  7. Wrong tone when turning on the piano

    It's been said they do it for a reason. If a user moves a mod wheel with no effect, they may think the wheel is defective. Likewise, most tones play a sound on every key, even if the real instrument can't produce the full range of notes itself. Users may think silent keys are faulty. The modulation wheel enabled by default has led quite a few new users to ask questions and discover something they may have otherwise overlooked, learning something new.....which is always a good thing. Maybe they should bring back the arrow on the wheel in addition to the manual entry. Alos note, piano sounds with vibrato have been used in popular music (the intro of "Hanson - This Time Around" is one example). Add a little mod wheel to concert grand and you get a very convincing piano sound heard on that record.
  8. Wrong tone when turning on the piano

    That is indeed the grand piano tone, but with the vibrato effect applied. Your modulation wheel needs to be in the full down position, not centered like the pitch bender wheel. That is the correct "home" position for modulation wheels. That will remove the vibrato effect.
  9. Import sounds from Roland sound module

    It's not possible to load sounds from another model keyboard into XW-P1 memory.
  10. Px5s and virtual piano for ipad

    You don't mention what you use to connect MIDI to your iPad. There are a few ways to do it.
  11. Loading midi files into PX560

    Do you mean upper and lower tones are silent?
  12. I don't see any issue with recording from the analog outputs. The analog outs are very clean.
  13. Most of your questions I will need to try before answering. I don't use my MZ-X500 with a DAW. Your last question is a no. Casio keyboards can not send digital audio over usb.
  14. Loading midi files into PX560

    While playing the mid file from the midi recorder, go to the main menu then go to the mixer, change it to port C. Find and change the tone for the part that is playing drums. Before exiting the mixer press and hold the store button while pressing the midi record/play button. You'll see a message showing "updated". Your keyboard must be running current firmware for this.
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