Recording from Keyboard

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  1. blue920

    blue920 New Member

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    How do you record songs from your keyboard to a computer professionally without using a disk or doing it the weird way (you know, using a microphone to put it by the keyboard while
    it's recording) Thanks!
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    Zandro New Member

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  3. blue920

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    thanks alot!
  4. Timmo

    Timmo New Member

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    Yeah, that was helpful for me too! cheers!
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    thanx from me too! really helpful :)
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    Thanks. Great web site!:)
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    Yeah, Midi is the best way to go. If you have a crappy keyboard, like a casio or something, you can purchase software like Reason, which has a wide assortment of great snyth sounds and pretty decent piano sounds.
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  8. CyberCat

    CyberCat Active Member

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    Try connecting the "line out" of your keyboard to the "line in" on your sound card. Then in your recording software, select line in as the recording device.

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