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#107015 - 05/13/07 06:12 AM Casio CTK-900
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Hi , forum friends
I have the Technic KN7000, but itís getting too heavy
for me to carry, to my friends houses, so
I wanted a light keyboard. So just because it was light
I bought the casio CTK-900.
I was pleasantly surprised by itís sounds, especially
the wealth of organ sounds.
I was even more surprised by the number of
parameters that can be adjusted to make an arrangement
for a song, even being able to put a sound
on the left hand half of the keyboard.
For such a cheap first entry Keyboard I found it very interesting.
It did not take long to fill up the 32 memories.

I was disappointed when I found there was no disk to save,
the 32 memories to, only midi in and midi out,
not that I wanted to get to involved with the keyboard,
I have more than enough to do with the KN7000

My question is, after making 32
registrations, is it possible to save these
32 registrations to a computer, then make another
32 different registrations, then save them and make
another 32 and so on, and of course reload them back
in to the keyboard as and when required.

Iíll be grateful for any assistance
Best wishes
Fred Wren
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#107016 - 05/27/07 05:21 AM Re: Casio CTK-900
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Hi Forum friends,
should some one be interested,
you can save the 31 registrations
of the Casio STK-900 to your computer,
and reload them back into the keyboard,
using the IDES software that comes
with the keyboard.
Best wishes
Fred.
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#107017 - 05/27/07 02:54 PM Re: Casio CTK-900
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thanks for filling us in. do you do that with midi?
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#107018 - 05/27/07 03:58 PM Re: Casio CTK-900
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Yes and it is fairly straight forward.
I use windows 98.
There are plenty of downloads on the
casio-europe.com/ site; and they are
very helpful on the casio-board forum,
Fred.
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