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Disable chords How do I turn off the "Chords" on my casio CTK-720 keyboard so that I can play the entire keyboard normally? The whole left side of the keys only play chords...

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Unplugging and taking batteries out for 15 minutes should reset it back to factory.

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SOURCE: Hook up CASIO CTK-720 to Imac with Snow Leopard (10.6.2) G-Band

Thanks Francois. This is good advice. It is posted in the problems and questions section of musical instrument repairs.

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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Try uninstalling and reinstalling both the keyboard and the game. If that doesn't work then the keyboard may not be compatible with the software.

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Casio LK-100 keyboard is turning off often when chords are played, esp in lower octaves - seems like a short. Where might the short be - way to fix without taking the whole keyboard apart?


Sounds like a lack of power from the external "wall wart" power supply. Is it the correct one that can supply enough current for a chord to be played? (a chord will play more notes at the same time & pull more power from the supply in order to make the sound(s)) If it's the correct power supply or one of the correct current rating check the cable & the connector both at the end of the cable & where it plugs into the keyboard. Perhaps the lead has been tugged accidentally? / Damaged in some way? Turn the volume down a little & see if that helps - that will confirm the power theory :-) Good Luck!

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What are all the left side controls on an Elegance JC-618 electronic keyboard


Single and Finger,is chords mode.
In Single,by press one key (eg:A) then chords A is heard,and so on.
In Finger,you must press 3 keys.Example: G-B-D,then you heard G chord. D-F#-A is D chord.
In Finger,lets say you press A chord and want to change to C chord by press one key C only,there's nothing change untill you press C-E-G.
Low, is for chords octave low.
Chords Off,no chords can be play,it mean overall full piano mode..
Single,Finger,Low, can be activate with Sync Start button.

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The ACMP function doesnt work when I play, even tho it says it is on in the display window


Check you have selected 'sync start'. The ACMP selection activates the automatic chords but not the rhythm, so each note produces a droning chord. Sync start activates the automatic chords and rhythm you have selected when you play anywhere near the bottom end of the keyboard. Alternatively you can manually press play to start the drums by themselves and then the chords will begin the moment to play with your left hand.

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Got a used CTK 720 and it has no power. sugestions


try plugging in without the bateries...Also check your adaptor as well as your ac requirements on your keyboard..It specifically calls for a Casio AD-5 Adaptor.
  • 9V power supply; 850mA
  • Positive sleeve/negative tip This needs to match your adaptor Good Luck
http://support.casio.com/pdf/008/ctk_720_01_e.pdf

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Can I hit one key to play a chord and how do I do it


It depends exactly on the model of keyboard you have but in short look for the accompaniment button normally on the left hand side. With this pressed you can then get 1 finger chords in the left hand ( 2 fingers will give minor or 7th options ) check your handbook

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Computer does not have Ctk-720 driver


PC drivers available at Casio
http://support.casio.com/en/support/download.php?cid=008&pid=20

If you have a MAC google casio driver for Macs by 3rd party.

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Casio ctk 611 keyboard error


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The audio is not coming out what to do


First, check your volume. Try turning it up the whole way. If that doesn't work, then try moving the slider switch to normal, and playing.
Also, try using the keyboard in Song Bank mode. If you have a Sustain Pedal, make sure it's in the accessory port and not the Headphone port. If none of this works, then you may have blown a speaker. Parts are cheap from Casio ($13.00) and are relatively easy to put in yourself.

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Hook up CASIO CTK-720 to Imac with Snow Leopard (10.6.2) G-Band


Thanks Francois. This is good advice. It is posted in the problems and questions section of musical instrument repairs.

Nov 30, 2009 | Casio Music

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How can i connect my ctk-720 to my mac & the garage band application.


Just did it today. Hooked up CTK-720 to Imac with Snow Leopard (10.2.6) using GarageBand.
Steps: 1) Go to : http://code.google.com/p/casiousbmididriver/ 2) Download the CasioUSBMIDIDriver.plugin (see the two choices on the right side of screen) 3) Place the CasioUSBMIDIDriver.Plugin file into the MIDI Driver subfolder: Macintosh HD => Library => Audio => MIDI Drivers 4) Restart 5) Plug in USB cable, open GarageBand, turn on Casio 6) In GraarageBand Open New Project, Start by using Piano, Select Keyboard (command K) in the Window menu 7) You should see the keyboard being played on the screen.
PS: Thank you Francois Ferland.

Nov 28, 2009 | Casio Music

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