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Hi,

 

I'm trying to connect my Privia PX 110 to my laptop (Which is running Windows 10) via USB Midi cables. I purchased USB Midi in/out cables however my laptop does not recognize my keyboard as a device (I am using Audacity software). Any tips and/or cable recommendations would be awesome sauce! Thanks

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Hi,

 

I found this thread and have the issue. I have an old model privia px110 with no digital display. It does have midi in/out ports. I have  a USB midi interface adapter. I cannot connect to logic pro or any DAW on my PC. At least not now. I did once briefly, so I know it's possible. But since unplugging I have never again had success. Is there a function or something that needs for it to work or should it automatically switch to midi? 

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8 minutes ago, deided said:

I have  a USB midi interface adapter. I cannot connect to logic pro or any DAW on my PC. At least not now. I did once briefly, so I know it's possible. But since unplugging I have never again had success

 

I'm going to guess your MIDI adapter is a cable with clear colored wires and no recognizable brand name written on it.  If so, that is the issue.  I recommend a MIDI adapter from a reputable source.  

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Hi,

 

Not clear but perhaps not reputable.

 

 

 

That's what I got. 

 

I could spend more another brand. I believe Roland makes one.  You feel like that's the issue?

 

 

 

Thanks!

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Hello. I have a Privia 110. I recently bought me a MacBook Pro 2023. Is it possible to connect my Privia directly to my MacBook Pro. The Privia 110 has only 1 port midi in and 1 port midi out. My MacBook Pro has USB C. Thanks for reply

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To connect MIDI, you will need a MIDI to USB adapter.  The most convenient type is in the form of a "MIDI to USB adapter cable", search the web with those words.  I recommend using a recognized brand name product.  No name cables are usually problematic.  Most cables will be USB type A, so a USB type A to type C adapter may also be needed if your computer only has type C ports.  

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