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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Keyboard problems
I like to inform you that multimedia keyboards has no lock or special connection other that USB or PS/2 connection. But special multimedia keys can be assigned by its software. Make sure if you have the CD came with the keyboard if you dont have it still chance exist that you can go to manufacturer's website and obtain the software utility
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Have you removed all power (AC adaptor and battery) for several minutes. Sometimes it may also help to hold the power button in for 10 seconds while all power is disconnected. Then plug back in and start computer.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
There are different options depending on what you want to achieve. If
you want to send only MIDI data to your PC (for example, to run a VST
instrument), then you can use a standard MIDI cable to connect the
"out" on your keyboard to the "in" on your Tascam. You should also be
able to use the Yamaha USB cable to connect directly to your computer,
which would then bypass the Tascam (still giving you the same outcome,
but without the need to buy any extra cables.
However, if you want to send the audio data (i.e. the actual sound) of the keyboard to your PC, you would simply use a standard guitar lead from the line out of the keyboard into the line in (both, if your keyboard has stereo outs) of your Tascam. This will eliminate any need for VST instruments, as you will be recording the audio signal directly.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
A little late for the original poster, but this answer may help someone else.
On the S90, press the "Utility" button then press the "F5" button under the display. Make sure MIDI IN/OUT is set to "USB" (using the DEC/NO and INC/YES buttons under the jog wheel). The factory default is "MIDI" which means no computer could detect it.
Once you've done this, install the S90 USB driver on the PC then plug in the USB cable. The PC should detect the S90 and you should get a new item in your windows control panel where you can set MIDI I/O and channels.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Depending on what you want to do...
If it's only music Mixing, you will have to plug your keyboard via audio jack to the line in of your computer. Then Audacity (free soft) can do the job.
If you want to edit midi file with your keybord you will need midi editor software like Linux-Rosegarden or if under windows try LMMS (all free soft of course).
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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