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  1. I am currently a proud owner of a Casio MZ-X500. I also own a Yamaha MX61 Synth, Cakewalk Sonar X3 Studio & Cubase AI 9 that came with the Yamaha. Here is where my problems begin. 1. In Cubase the Yamaha has a working patch list file which works but I cannot find one anywhere for the MZ-X500 and when I tried to start creating it myself from within Cubase it doesn't work. If anyone knows the location of one that would be great. 2. In Sonar I have the .ins file for the MZ-X500 installed and working fine but cannot find one for the Yamaha. Looking at the tool inside of Sonar to create it looks more complicated than Cubase so as I can't get to grips with what looks the easier option I haven't even contemplated having a go, that and the only tutorial for it looks way above my head. So again, if anyone knows the location of the .ins file for a Yamaha MX61 that would be most helpful. 3. In Cubase I can record two midi tracks on midi channel 1 and assign one of them to the yamaha and the other to the casio which gives me 32 tracks to play with. In Sonar X3 Studio I can only select to play back on 16 channels. I have both the casio and yamaha setup to both input and output midi in settings and recording and playback work on both it's just that I seem to be limited to just 16 tracks. Have I missed something in the settings? I get that as Yamaha own Steinberg so providing the files to get their instruments working or their software makes good business sense, but if someone owned several keyboards and they had them all working perfectly in another brand of software but couldn't get them working in Cubase then they aren't exactly likely to switch are they. Add the fact that if I had done my research on whether the yamaha and casio keyboards were going to both be working completely on at least one of the pieces of software I possibly wouldn't of bought the yamaha (I had the Casio first) & I am pretty sure many others would feel the same. So to sum up, I have 2 pieces of software and 2 keyboards but I cannot get both keyboards working to what I would call an acceptable level in either piece of software. I know there are people out here that could make working instrument files for either piece of software from just the keyboards manuals without even owning the keyboard and still be confident that it would work so why keyboard manufacturers do not employ someone to make sure their keyboards work on as many pieces of software is beyond me. I didn't want this to sound like a rant as I am enjoying playing around with both keyboards.
  2. CAKEWALK/SONAR INS FILE for X500

    I've created INS files for the X500, There are separate INS files for instruments and drums. I've loaded this into Sonar and it appears to be working fine. These files can be edited in a text editor like TextPad to customize the instrument names to your liking or add new instruments in the USER sections. EDIT: I've Posted a ZIP file with the INS files here. Enjoy! best regards, Rick Sterling x500.zip
  3. I am using the PX-5S to record piano for a session. During playback the control messages aren't being received by the keyboard while the notes are playing. I am using Cakewalk Sonar X3 on a Win 8.1 PC. I am utilizing the USB connection. If I look in the piano roll view, I can see the CC64 messages. If I load up a soft-synth piano, the sustain works. I've tried using MIDI out from my audio interface instead of USB with no change. I verified that the system settings are set to allow control changes. So, what am I missing?
  4. Version V2

    39 downloads

    Casio CTK-4200 Instrument Definition for Cakewalk Sonar
  5. Version .9

    243 downloads

    This is untested but I believe this will work for the PX-5S. Any Cakewalk / Sonar users, please comment.
  6. File Name: Cakewalk / Sonar Instrument Definition; PX-5S File Submitter: Mike Martin File Submitted: 16 Nov 2013 File Category: PX-5S Other This is untested but I believe this will work for the PX-5S. Any Cakewalk / Sonar users, please comment. Click here to download this file
  7. Version V 0.2

    75 downloads

    This is a Cakewalk Sonar Instrument Definition File for the Casio XW-G1. It will allow you to access all of the sounds on the XW-G1 from inside of Sonar, Cakewalk, Reaper, or any other program that uses the .INS instrument definition file format. In this revision I corrected the name of the GM Harp sound (P180, Program 46, Bank 0). This file was based on Mike Martin's Casio XW-P1 V 0.5 Instrument Definition File.
  8. File Name: Casio XW-G1 Cakewalk Sonar Instrument Definition File File Submitter: tnt2gamer File Submitted: 02 Nov 2013 File Category: XW-G1 This is a Cakewalk Sonar Instrument Definition File for the Casio XW-G1. It will allow you to access all of the sounds on the XW-G1 from inside of Sonar, Cakewalk, Reaper, or any other program that uses the .INS instrument definition file format. In this revision I corrected the name of the GM Harp sound (P180, Program 46, Bank 0). This file was based on Mike Martin's Casio XW-P1 V 0.5 Instrument Definition File. Click here to download this file
  9. Version V 0.6

    169 downloads

    This is a modified Cakewalk Sonar Instrument Definition File for the Casio XW-P1. It will allow you to access all of the sounds on the XW-P1 from inside of Sonar, Cakewalk, Reaper, or any other program that uses the .INS instrument definition file format. In this revision I added bank 100 (User PCM Melody) and bank 125 (User Drums) to Mike Martin's V 0.5 Instrument Definition File. Now we can access 100 more user tones (piano, strings/brass, guitar/bass, synth and various) and 10 user drum kits.
  10. File Name: Casio XW-P1 Cakewalk Sonar Instrument Definition File File Submitter: tnt2gamer File Submitted: 02 Nov 2013 File Category: XW-P1 This is a modified Cakewalk Sonar Instrument Definition File for the Casio XW-P1. It will allow you to access all of the sounds on the XW-P1 from inside of Sonar, Cakewalk, Reaper, or any other program that uses the .INS instrument definition file format. In this revision I added bank 100 (User PCM Melody) and bank 125 (User Drums) to Mike Martin's V 0.5 Instrument Definition File. Now we can access 100 more user tones (piano, strings/brass, guitar/bass, synth and various) and 10 user drum kits. Click here to download this file
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