Re: getting to work your pc music files through the usb...
Connect yamaha 2700 to network, use Windows media player 11. Once you connect, go to WMP 11 Library, Media Sharing and allow the "Unknown Device" (yamaha) to share media. It is a little finicky, it will see your folders, but it it will only play some MP3's depending on what bit rate they were recorded.
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To download/transfer files to computer, you need 2 softwares from yamaha website. USB MIDI drivers and MUSICSOFT DOWNLOADER.
Install drivers first,and then Musicsoft Downloader.
Connect keyboard to PC/notebook by USB cable.
Run Musicsoft Downloader.
If you click "Electronic Musical Instrument" in the Musicsoft Downloader display.and then "System Drive", a file named "08PG76BUP" will appear in the lower right corner of the Musicsoft Downloader display. This is the backup file that will transfer to computer.
Usually yamaha came with CD-ROM that contain divers and softwares + user manual,so you don't need to download.
I hope this helps.
MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.You can download mp3 music files from the Internet toyour computer and then copy them to your MP3 player using the USB cable from the MP3 player to your computer.For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs tomp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and thencopy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable tothe MP3 player and the computer. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track.Click on this link for instruction on converting musicfiles to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files
Double check the actual file contents. Right click on your music files and verify that the data exists. This will be evident by the value of kilobytes the song is made of. Next verify that your connection method to the receiver is viable...there should be either an indicator on your computer or the receiver to confirm the connection integrity.
If you find that your data does not actually exist then it would be up to your discretion exactly what to do about that as that problem is NOT relevant to the Yamaha HT receiver.
If you find that the data DOES exist, disconnect the computer from the receiver and restart the computer. Reconnect the computer and try again.
I could be wrong here but I have a number of keyboards and the USB connection is usually for Midi control from software like Cubase and the like. If by recording you mean recording Audio then I think you'll find that it won't be possible using the USB port.
Midi is great and I use it a lot. It enables you to arrange music using your computer. Also you can record the music you play on the Keyboard on the computer as Midi. This means that the computer can play back through your arranger what you just played. Bear in mind though that Midi is purely numbers that represent notes, velocities and note duration so is not actually audio.
My keyboards have the ability to record to SD card or a Hard Drive, however if this is not a feature of your arranger then probably your best bet for recording audio from it is by using the Audio out ports of your arranger and using a connecting lead to a good low noise sound card on your computer. As you are using a laptop you can find external usb sound cards/interfaces so that should do fine. Then you could probably use something like Audacity which is free software, to record to a wav file.
Hi, you can copy music files in two ways: 1) Send via USB a) Install the Samsung PC Suite (driver) in your PC/Laptop. b) Connect the device with the PC/Laptop via the USB cable got. The PC suite will act as an interface for connecting the mobile to the PC. Use original USB cable for faster & efficient data transfer. c) The PC suite will give an interface for copying the music files to the mobile, Or, you can directly copy files by accessing the extra drive shown on the MyComputer which denotes the mobile device's memory.
2) Send via Bluetooth If you have an active bluetooth device available in your PC/Laptop then just send files to the mobile after searching the mobile.
we should have a mic pin and audio cable as shown in this pic
connect these cables,and connect big pin to the piano and small pin to the computer (mic or input jack)
now take windows movie maker (start-all programs-windows movie maker). click on narrate timeline (as a mic icon below windows movie maker).
now click start narration on the pc and play your song on the piano. you can see input level highlights. now your song is recording. when your song completes click stop narration and save to the pc. walah if you can't understand this say to me. i can add video. sry for my worst english
you are likely running it thru a soft synth. Check the help files there is a section in there on "using soft synths" that will explain it more fully. Plus a usb connection can sometimes be problematic (not always). But the tutorial in the help files will tell u how to use the sounds from the piano instead of the MIDI sounds