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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have been doing computer-based recording for many years, as well as MIDI implementation both for live music and recording studio situations. I think I can help you with this.
Your keyboard is midi-capable, and this is how you would connect it to your computer. There are various ways you can accomplish this, but I will direct you to the easiest and probably best for your application.
I use an M-Audio MidiSport 1x1, which you can find at my favorite online music store, Musicians Friend. I have dealt with them for years, and they are the best and cheapest. Here's the link to the exact page you need:
There is also an option to connect your midi capable keyboard directly to a USB connection. It is also on that same page. Hope this helps. Trust me, it's a LOT easier than it sounds.
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