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  1. I have just bought a Celviano AP460 and understand that I can connect it to my computer and control it from there, but that I need to have MIDI Software installed on my computer? Can anyone recommend a software programme that is compatible with my keyboard? I have looked up MIDI Software on the internet, but there are so many different ones I have no idea which one to use!
  2. When I connect my Piano CDP-120 with usb cable type a-b my computer read it but I can't use my piano with LMMS (The software I have installed)... My first question is: Which is the driver download for CDP-120 for Windows 10? My second question is: Can I use LMMS or I have to install other software?
  3. I have a CDP-130, and would like to have a software interface to it, so I can set metronome speed and things like that, instead of just using the function keys and never knowing what speed I have it set at. Possible to select other options too. Is this possible? Is it possible through MIDI? Will it accept MIDI, and not just send? If I were to write such software, what resources could I rely upon, i.e. a list of command codes, etc?
  4. I bought a new "used" WK 8000 from a party who purchased it for her son, who used it a few times. I got everything with it, except the CD Rom. Not sure it would make much of a difference having it, because I'm using Windows 8.1 on my laptop, and Windows 7 on my desktop. I have hooked up a USB B from the keyboard to the computer and the data access light doesn't go on. The laptop computer makes a beep sound, but nothing happens. I've installed the driver from the Casio website repeatedly, and uninstalled and it won't detect the keyboard. I've tried a couple of different USB cords. I drug the keyboard to my laptop and was able to install a driver, supposedly. When I plugged in the keyboard, it said it was detecting the keyboard. But when i selected it as an input for MuseScore, it again couldn't locate it. I've spent two days now sleuthing and trying to figure out if there is a way to make this connection between the keyboard and my computer. My goal is composition and since this keyboard had a general Midi connection, I thought it might work. If I'm screwed, then just tell me now... so I can sell this thing and get something else that will work. This has been so frustrating that I'm having a aura migrane... right this second... Broken glass vision... Hoping in the end, the glass will be half-full and I can find a solution. LOL Any help or suggestions are greatly appreciated... Thanks in advance! Best, A Musing Grace
  5. 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?
  6. IPAD use with the Privia Pro PX-5s

    Hi everybody, As new as I am with the PX-5s I don't find much on the net about the possibilities when connected to an Ipad. I bought aleady the USB to lightning connector , but I am very curious what I can do with my Ipad air. I suppose I can use it as a controller , so then what software do I use and how ? Is it possible to use th Ipad as a editor ? What about the midi sounds available on iTunes , are they compatible and do I need to install anything extra on the Ipad. Any suggestions are very welcome ! Greetings from Belgium. Henri p.s. I support Jim Alfredson's Theo project : http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/theo
  7. So i just bought my Casio PX-5s and I am having some trouble loading patches that i downloaded from this website. I have them all in the left list (PC user data files) but when i drag them over into the instrument list it asks if I want to replace stage setting already on the piano. I'm worried that means I will be overwriting stock sounds/settings which I definitely don't want to do. I was hoping there would be a seperate section for me to drag these custom patches or stage settings. Yes i have read the editor manual btw. Page 16 onwards was helpful but still didn't enlighten me on this matter. I guess I don't understand the interface too well yet. Any help would be appreciated Michael