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To download/transfer files to computer, you need 2 softwares from yamaha website. USB MIDI drivers and MUSICSOFT DOWNLOADER.
Install drivers first,and then Musicsoft Downloader.
Connect keyboard to PC/notebook by USB cable.
Run Musicsoft Downloader.
If you click "Electronic Musical Instrument" in the Musicsoft Downloader display.and then "System Drive", a file named "08PG76BUP" will appear in the lower right corner of the Musicsoft Downloader display. This is the backup file that will transfer to computer.
Usually yamaha came with CD-ROM that contain divers and softwares + user manual,so you don't need to download.
I hope this helps.
Download n install 2 softwares for G2 from ZOOM website.
1. USB subsystem. Driver to connect zoom fx to PC/Notebook.
2. EDIT & SHARE. Software to create/copy sound patch.
Connect USB cable from G2 to PC/notebook.
No need adapter power supply, because the power is supply via
USB cable from PC/notebook.
Open EDIT & SHARE. It's easy,like copy,paste,rename,delete etc.
Just open the menu that you want to do and follow the
instructions. Sound patch can be load from files that you
download, or create it in EDIT & SHARE.
Patch can be load one files or group. Right Click the sound that you want to change,copy-paste it from new file/sound.
You can import/export files/patches from/to PC library (downloaded files).
It is recomended that you save/backup your original files,before load new sound.
I suggest you uninstall the Casio USB driver from Control Panel'system'device manager then Reboot the PC without the USB cable.
Download latest USB driver from :- http://support.casio.com/en/support/download.php?cid=008&pid=20
64 or 32 bits versions are both available.
Load driver first. Plug in the usb cable only when software tells you to do so.
Uninstall Data manager if wrong version.
Install IDES 4.0
Your keyboard only has a USB port.
You need to buy a std USB printer cable (A-B).
Download the drivers from Casio.com
Instal the driver first and connect the cable when asked to.
Once connected, the PC will have software MIDI-IN and MIDI-out for your LK94TV
and download the .tks file for your version of Traktor. Suggest you save it to the Traktor program directory.
Then within Traktor in the controller settings section, load the .tks file, save and you're good to go. Obviously you can tweak the configuration as much as you like once it's loaded. Suggest you always keep a backup of the original.
You would connect the in's to the outs on the MIDI connections.
You would need a driver fro the EMU cable so that the USB will be recognized.
You LIKELY will need a soundbank EDITOR compatible with the keyboard to allow talking to the synth. Often theswe are called "plu-ins" to use with Cubase. They may already have one or it may be an option, some of which have to be purchased seperately.
The best thinkg to do would be to use the Yamaha's support section on their website to find the latest driver pack for this keyboard.
Once you have downloaded this, just run the install file and this will load all the vital files you need on the computer.