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Can't figure out how to set this up as a midi controlling unit, for Yamahas YPT 300 and PSR 620. Can you give me any guidance ?

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UX16 MIDI/USB Converter (not included) necessary to connect keyboard to computer.

May also need to download the midi driver from yamaha.

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SOURCE: No volume at all out of speakers PSR-E203.

Make sure you use correct power supply.

Try headphones. If they work, then the switch on the headphone jack that disconnects the speakers may not be working properly and not connecting the speakers.

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SOURCE: When I power my ypt-300 the LCD lights up and

Press the FUNCTION button till "Local Control" appears and then select it "On".

It appears this may take quite a bunch of presses to get down to the Local Control option.

Refer to your manual around pages 56 and 57 to see the list you step through. Local Control is about 2/3 the way down page 57.

Refer to 59 for the simple instruction toe set Local Control on or off.

You can get a free download of the manual at:

http://www.yamaha.com/yamahavgn/CDA/ContentDetail/ModelSeriesDetail/0,,CNTID%253D62635%2526CTID%253D205000,00.html

Click on the resources tab to get to the download.

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SOURCE: I have a Yamaha keyboard--PSR-E223

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Yamaha-YPT-220-Music-Keyboards-manual/id/23656ci473/t/2/


#27 on page 11, rear panel.

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SOURCE: i cant connect my yamaha ypt 320 to my pc using

Assuming you have a MIDI interface on your computer, you need to connect the MIDI cables between the keyboard and the PC. You cross connect, that is, in to out and vice versa. You will ALSO need the driver software for the interface in the PC AND most importantly, some software in the PC to handle the MIDI for instance to record.

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