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  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. I'm enjoying the rich configurability of the Casio PX-560, but there is one parameter that I cannot seem to find how to control. I would like to reduce the stereo width of the grand piano sound when using headphones. Currently the lowest keys are too strongly panned to the left, for my taste, and the highest keys too strongly panned to the right. I'm looking for a control to bring all keys more towards the center of the sound. Is there such a setting somewhere, or is the stereo width embedded into the piano samples themselves? I hooked up the line out to a multichannel mixer, connecting my headphones to its monitor output, and reduced the stereo width by panning the left channel less than fully left and the right channel less than fully right, but then the whole sound becomes less wide even for the central keys. Any other suggestions are welcome.
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