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MIDI(Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a standard data transfer system used exclusively for instrumentation. A side from amps 7 recording equipment many PCs, laptop & TVs have MIDI access built into them. If they can interface with a UBS connection it is more likely the exception rather than the standard. Below is a link to the users manual for your keyboard. Start reading on page 39. http://www.manualslib.com/manual/593746/Radio-Shack-Md-1700.html?page=38#manual
Pentium III or Athlon XP (any processor supporting SSE instructions) or Intel Mac with Bootcamp (running XP or Vista) or running Parallels
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista (32 & 64 bit)
200MB free harddisk space
soundcard with DirectSound drivers. ASIO drivers are required for audio
recording (FL installer comes with generic Asio4All drivers)
your system meets the minimum system requirements, it'll be your actual
system resources (memory, CPU, ...) that could impose limits on your FL
Studio projects. The faster your CPU the more channels you will be
able to run simultaneously and/or the more effects you will be able to
use. The more memory you have the larger the samples you will be able