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#141691 - 02/24/01 06:14 AM Interesting Site for Style Expansion and USB for keyboards
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#141692 - 02/24/01 08:11 PM Re: Interesting Site for Style Expansion and USB for keyboards
Paul Ip Offline
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Loc: Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
Donny,

I already mentioned it back on December 18, 2000 but no one except George Kaye seemed interested in it in this forum.
http://www.synthworld.com/ubbs/Forum37/HTML/001050.html

Paul Ip
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#141693 - 02/24/01 09:43 PM Re: Interesting Site for Style Expansion and USB for keyboards
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HI paul,

I probably missed your post. Do you know anything about their products?

donny

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#141694 - 02/28/01 11:44 AM Re: Interesting Site for Style Expansion and USB for keyboards
ell Offline
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Registered: 02/27/01
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The english link for that site is:
http://www.musitronics.de/indexe.html


I'm not sure how such an installation would effect keyboard's warranty.

Also, there is no mention of Mac support, but I think it should work.

The USB interface is a great idea. Yamaha should have included it on the 9000. Unfortunately, the synth manufacturers are way behind the computer industry. Why are floppys even used anymore? If anything is built in, it should be at least a zip drive. And USB should have been on keyboards 2 years ago.

ell

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#141695 - 02/28/01 12:10 PM Re: Interesting Site for Style Expansion and USB for keyboards
ell Offline
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Registered: 02/27/01
Posts: 4
The english link for that site is:
http://www.musitronics.de/indexe.html


I'm not sure how such an installation would effect keyboard's warranty.

Also, there is no mention of Mac support, but I think it should work.

The USB interface is a great idea. Yamaha should have included it on the 9000. Unfortunately, the synth manufacturers are way behind the computer industry. Why are floppys even used anymore? If anything is built in, it should be at least a zip drive. And USB should have been on keyboards 2 years ago.

ell

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