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Found 3 results

  1. Is there any way for me to plug my keyboard into a Focusrite Scarlett or similar interface, and get a stereo recording using only one cord, such as out the headphone port? If not, what interface should I get to record vocals and keyboard? Any help would be appreciated.
  2. Recording via USB?

    I recently got a Casio CTK-2400 keyboard as a gift; this particular model has a USB port on the back of it, presumably for porting your tunes out onto a computer. I'm wondering if there's a particular software that I should be using that is compatible with Casio keyboards. I'd like to be able to play something on the keyboard and maybe be able to arrange it/loop it/etc. Does anyone have any experience with this?
  3. Hi all, I haven't got a PX-350 in the studio at the moment, could anybody check the following for me? I have a client who is asking if audio going into the PX is recorded when we use the USB audio recorder. In other words, does the the line input get saved to USB during an audio record? I'd like to think it does, it would be a great 'accidental' feature if true, but without one here there's no way to tell for sure. Mike M? Thanks Stanners
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