How can I record from a yamaha clp 340 directly to a usb device?

by Paul
(Ireland)

How can I record from a yamaha clp 340 directly to a usb device?

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Apr 26, 2010
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Yamaha CLP 340 to USB
by: Alfred

Cher Andre: I?m going to use long-forgotten French to welcome you and your kind contribution to (Paul/Ireland question). ?Vous etes tres gentil, et nous vous remercions puis nous avons besoin de participateurs comme vous!? So much for my poor French! Your continued contributions (I remember your question re your CVP part, Chip "XC711A00" and I hope my ?oaktree? reply eventually helps you). You are obviously a highly-qualified tech as you are able to access the innards of your keyboard for analyses of problems, and its guys like you (and Dick Rector among some other kind individuals) who will help in the development of this Forum. Mantius, who is the webmaster of this site has consistently reminded all members how we can help through our interchange of posts. We never know when and how we can cooperate with each other, and as far as I am concerned, if I can act as a ?contact info agent? for you, do not hesitate to communicate with me directly as I spend a considerable amount of time on the internet looking for keyboard and electronics-related sites. ?Je vous souhait bonne chance!? Alfred almac1020@yahoo.com

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Recording to a USB Device
by: Andre

My comment could be far away from your question, but I still try to help you! I think that your piano has an earphone analog output. If yes, you can record this output with your PC (use in this case the audio input of the PC with a classical two wire stereo cable linking the PC and the Piano, thanks to classical stereo jacks plugs) and using a software like Nero Wave Editor (belonging to the Nero 7 or 8 Suite for exemple). The digital recording format obtained with Nero can be the classical "Wave" or "MP3" or many other that this software offers (this is your choice). The recorded digital file is stored in this case in a directory of your choice on the PC. On other hand, I'm not sure that a USB link can be used...This link needs a specific format, in fact a compatible serial digital link. If this serial link is not installed on the piano, it seems difficult to record it (perhaps with the "MIDI" output, but the format compatibility must be checked).
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Andre (Labege, France)

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