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I haven't been able to find documentation to be sure if the CT-630 has MIDI ports on it (my guess is no, but please check). If it does, you can get something like the Yamaha UX16 USB MIDI Interface cable to connect the keyboard to a PC. If not, sorry, it seems the only thing you could do is record the audio output.
You could look in the manual on Page 5 for connections to external equipment...
Connect a USB cable from your computer to the MPK49. The unit will be powered through the USB connection. Alternatively, if you do not wish to use a computer in your setup or if you wish
to power the MPK49 externally, please plug in a 6V-1A DC power adapter.
2. If you would like to use an external sound module, connect a 5-pin MIDI cable from the MIDI OUT of the MPK49 to the MIDI IN of the external device.
3. If you would like to use another MIDI controller in your setup, connect a 5-pin MIDI cable from the MIDI OUT of the controller to the MIDI IN of the MPK49.
On Page 13 the first of the FAQ's is:
Question: Does the MPK49 have internal sounds?
Answer: No. The MPK49 is a MIDI-controller, which means that it does not contain any sounds inside but is instead used
to control external sound devices, such as hardware and software synthesizers, sequencers and drum machines.
If you lack the manual you can go to retrevo.com and download it for free after you register.
Any pro-audio interface with a midi input would do the trick. There are numerous products out there that offer this. You can get a simple usb midi interface, and connect the Yamaha up with a midi cable running from the midi out of the drum module to the nidi in of the interface.
The midi port looks like the bottom one in the picture: http://www.e-tech.nu/images/sound_connectors.jpg
You need a cable from the keyboard midi (din connector) to the DB-15 on the sound card/mainboard. If you dont have a 15 pin midi/game connector you could buy a soundcard with midi onboard or a usb midi port like the: http://www.zzounds.com/cat--USB-MIDI-Interfaces--2434