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Tone Making on My PX-350x

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Hello Casio Community! I have a px-350x casio privia, which I thought would be close enough to be on the 360 forum. I was wondering whether my piano has a tone making feature. I have looked through the manual, but it is unclear.

Please respond,

A Casio customer.

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In a word, no. You will need a keyboard with sample loading/playing abilities and the px350 can't do that, that is if you are hoping to trigger a sound by playing the keys . And you cannot edit tones either, from within the keyboard or using  computers and software. All px350 tones are hard-wired into the Casio ICs. You would need another Casio or other brand keyboard that can load or record samples playable as a "tone" from the keyboard. A simple work-around would be to obtain a small sampling "module" which can record/play or create samples and connect this to the px350 through it's midi out port. There are many such modules used and new-such as desktop sample players and several smaller sample recorders and modules. Others here may have more info about options you might consider. There are also a number of small Casios that can record and play samples, such as the SK series and of course the newest Casio MZs I think can do this, as can the XW-G1, not the XW-P1. 

 

My old PX575 was one of the few older Casios that can load samples from a computer and play these on the keyboard, and it works rather well. It also has a very good piano-action keyboard, sound editing and even a drawbar organ function.

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