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#68907 - 07/17/09 05:48 AM Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
Triple T Offline
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Registered: 08/18/06
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Loc: Mesa, AZ
Need some "how to" direction for connecting my PR604 to my PC running Windows XP. Have an Audigy (if that matters) soundboard and Band in a Box installed. Midi cables as well. No midi input on the PC. Have a midi converter cable that accepts the midi cable running from the SX PR604 that transitions into a mini RAC plug. Primary goal is to record PR604 output in a format that can eventually result in a PC based MP3 file. Need the "how to" and "missing item(s)" feedback.
Tim

Note: Synth model corrected per R.M.'s feedback.

[This message has been edited by Triple T (edited 07-17-2009).]

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#68908 - 07/17/09 09:36 AM Re: Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
RMepstead Offline
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Dunno about the rest of you but I'm sitting here wondering what an MP604 is...
Rog
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#68909 - 07/17/09 12:58 PM Re: Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
casarosa Offline
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Who said you can find anything on Google LOL

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#68910 - 07/17/09 01:22 PM Re: Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
BEBOP Offline
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Originally posted by casarosa:
Who said you can find anything on Google LOL


I DO IF YOU KNOW HOW

Harmony Central® New Technics Digital Ensembles IntroducedFor a seasoned player or beginner, the new Technics SX-PR604/M and SX-PR804/M digital ensembles come equipped with on-board instructional tools and ...
It is a recording piano like a keyboard but more like a piano as in Clavinet
You probably need to get a midi to USB box to use midi from piano to computer
OR
run your left and right cords into a Y cord with a 1/6 inch stereo male plug and plut it into your sound card. Then you can record into computer sound recording software.
bebop
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#68911 - 07/18/09 03:23 AM Re: Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
The Saint Offline
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Registered: 10/29/07
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Loc: Sydney Australia
Yeaaahhh Roger,
When you graduate to Digital Ensembles, you will become conversant with the model numbers.
Refer to my PR903, and I beleive Audrey may be able to help you as well. (how do I apply those smiley icons)
Please keep The Technics Forum alive and active.
Ray

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#68912 - 07/18/09 07:13 AM Re: Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
etwo4788 Offline
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Registered: 08/28/04
Posts: 518
Loc: S.E. New Mexico USA
What ever happened to just plain words!!!

I know what a USB port is though I do not know what USB is in translation to words!!!

It took persistent questioning to learn that SX means "single drive"... What KN means I have no clue.(I do not need to know either).
I do know that KNSX7000 is the model name of my favorite electronic arranger piano keyboard!

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#68913 - 07/18/09 07:17 AM Re: Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
Bob Hendershot Offline
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Registered: 12/02/99
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Loc: Johnson City, TN USA
Universal Serial Bus

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#68914 - 07/18/09 07:47 AM Re: Hardware/Software for Keyboard to PC Connection
RMepstead Offline
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'Travel anywhere whilst eating your cornflakes...!'
Ray - in the UK MP stands for Member of Parliament or Military Police and not PR604.
Anyway I've sorted Tim's problem...
Best wishes all
Rog
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