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How to use ''Dream Cheeky Roll-up Piano'' with Macbook (2009)?

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I have a new MacBook (June 2009) and I want to purchase the 'Dream Cheeky roll-up USB Piano' for my daily voice practice. I am worried that it won't be compatible with my laptop. Does any kind soul know how to use this particular tool with a Mac computer? Thank you!

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I have recently written a driver for this. It is available here:

http://www.insightful-schmidt.info/dreamcheekymusic


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