I tried the KX drivers, and it took a LOT of effort to get it running. You need to completely remove all the SoundBlaster software...before loading in the KX program.
I didn't see much difference...for all the work, plus I lost the use of the SoundBlaster routines (like loading in different soundfonts). That could just be me though
I am now back to the SoundBlaster drivers...and they work fine for me. The main thing the KX driver is ment to improve is the 'tracking' of your sounds.And it has some 'fancy' looking tone controlers. If you don't notice any 'delay' when playing a note on your Casio...and hearing it on the computer speaker....I wouldn't mess with the KX driver (my opinion).
I take it that the 'b52' is an organ simulation. That program should have a 'midi driver' list. You cann't hurt anything to try out the various drivers on the 'input' side of the choice list...untill you get the one that works. My guess is that the output is routed to the b52 'softsynth' driver...which would be like a 'soundfont'routine.
The same is true of the Casio software...try out the drivers untill you get the correct one. And remember...if you can play a midi file, and hear it play on the Casio (not the computer speakers)...you have the correct 'output' driver selected,for the Casio program.
So, you may need to select different drivers, for the different programs ...as you use them.
I don't think either of your programs are 'sequencers', though (I'm not sure). Did you check out the 'Power Tracks' program link I posted? That is the type of program that will let you record your playing to the Computer as 'midi data'..... or using the Casio's headphone jack connected to the soundcard 'line in' jack....you can record the actual Casio tones, as 'audio' recording (like a tape recorder).
Let me know how things work out for you
[This message has been edited by Jim Wintringham (edited 10-28-2004).]