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Can I attach roland spd 30 midi with Yamaha Psr s910 to play drum for Keyboard

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Midi-USB cable providing wrong data (notes) to pc? I have a Yamaha YPT 220 / PSR E223 keyboard, and a "generic midi usb" cable wich is actually an Agptek midi usb like cable, (Treble cleff logo ;) ). My...


Make sure that you have the correct midi mapping for your Yamaha. There should have been a software program, called a mid map editor (MME), that came with your keyboard. If you are unfamiliar with this, it is used for changing the values that are sent through the midi cable into your computer (for example, you can change the C0 to be C#0, or any other value, including a numeric value instead of a tonal value). If you bought it used there may have been values changed on midi-trigger presets, which would cause this. If you do have the program, use it to at least investigate that all of the values are in the right places. Often times when someone who is unfamiliar with an MME installs it they open it to see what it is. They change things (not realizing they have done that) and then can't figure out why there is a problem.
Also, make sure your midi cable has the same connections as your keyboard. Some brands make very slight variations to avoid patent issues that may make some cables and instruments incompatible. I have two cables that work fine with certain midi controllers, but when switched they both fail. It's good to make sure the plug ports are clean of dust/dirt, too.
If you are familiar with these problems and they are not yours, you may need to get a different cable. Try to borrow one from a friend to see if the cable is the problem before you buy one. If that still doesn't fix it you may have an internal software or hardware issue. Good luck! I hope I could help.

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My Yamaha PSR-S 910 dysfunctions


Try Factory Reset (Restoring the Factory Programmed Settings).
Before doing this,it is recomend that you Backup your files.
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How to connect psr-3000 to computer


You can connect it with USB connection to your computer. It should be plug and play, but some drivers might be required.
You can connect it also via MIDI interface: - you will need sound-card with MIDI input connector, or you can use special MIDI device like M-Audio UNO.

Mar 07, 2011 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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I have same problem. I have recorded my performance on keyboard (PSR I425) when i transfered it to PC it's in .bup format. and the file is not getting played on PC. how should i solve it?


Transfer the data in MIDI format. The BUP format is a proprietary format to the keyboard and can ONLY be played by the keyboard. Either dump the data as MIDI format or using a MIDI interface send it to the PC or lastly, capture the audio using an audio interface on the PC.

Nov 26, 2010 | Yamaha YPT400 61 Key Portable Keyboard...

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I have yamaha PSR-i425 keyboard.can i conect it with my pc to play midi files stored in computer memory?


Yes. You will need to have a MIDI interface on your OC and also select in the sounds control panel of windows that you are using the external synth. The MIDI will expect the PSR to respond to the "general MIDI" assignments.

Sep 08, 2010 | Yamaha YPT400 61 Key Portable Keyboard...

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I have PSR-i425 Keyboard from Yamaha. I stored the music piece played by my in the keyboard memory. After that I downloaded the stored file to my PC The file is in this format: 06PK61.BUP. Kindly tell me...


The BUP is an archiving format proprietary to the Yamaha apparently containg styles as well as note data and conversion is really not easy.

If you can get the instrument itself to spill out MIDI and use a MIDI interface and software to capture it on the PC is the best plan.

Once it is in SMF format you can play it on the PC.

Jun 25, 2010 | Yamaha YPT400 61 Key Portable Keyboard...

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Yamaha Psr-340


I don't have Cubase myself but there must be a track setting that allows you to monitor what you are playing live. Also make sure your keyboard shows up as the midi controller on the software. Your receive channel has to match the send channel of the keyboard. Make sure that synthA or synthB shows up as the sound source (audio out). XFi Midiport is your midi in but since Cubase already sees your keyboard your problem is an audio one not a midi one. Hope this helps.

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