Setup with USB

You need one or moreMIDI keyboards to really play the Miditzer
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Setup with USB

Post by Joe Roberts » Thu Apr 16, 2015 2:44 pm

Still putzing around....finding new ways to use my Miditzer.....Here's the latest......
If you don't know by now (tells you how behind I am..lol), maybe this will help if you have graduated beyond the old MIDI/interface cord setup.....
I recently purchased a small HP Windows-8.1, SSD notebook....and I successfully DL Miditzer 216 plus a bunch of donor MIDI files.....
I mentioned earlier that I can use it plugged into a soundbar as an amplified "jukebox" player.....works great....
Well, besides my other Major setups (using the old MIDI) which I enjoy along with my 260SP.....I Wanted to connect a Yamaha keyboard (psrE413) to my new notebook.....After DL the correct Driver from Yamaha, I was instantly playing the Miditzer, albeit, instead of splitting the miditzer keyboards, I just combined them into one.(no pedals, of course)...
I am sure you can use any keyboard(s) with the USB output as long as you install the correct driver.....enjoy...
joeroberts (opus 355)

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