transfer data from synthesizer to computer

by Siddharth
(Pune)

i want to know whether we can send songs played and stored on the synthesizer to a computer ?

if yes, how ?

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Oct 03, 2009
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transfer songs
by: Dick Rector

Hello Siddarth again,

To record your songs as a WAV or MP3 file on an XP-comp you need a recording software program. There are many around but a good and free one is AUDACITY (you can find it on Internet.)
Than you need a cable from your keyboard out (that can be in some cases the headset out or line out) to your computers-soundcard LINE IN. And what cable that is, is depending on the connections on both machines.
If you want to record it as a MIDI-file you need sequenzer software and the correct drivers to be installed on your computer so you can then 'tweak' and adjust your song to you like.
If you want only to PLAY and to a certain extend correct your files, download gratis from SVPWORLD.COM (under software)the MIDIPLAYER by Michael Bedesem (first install the full program and than the latest update over it) there are other perfect programs by the same author to work with songs and styles.
Also on JOSOSOFT.COM you will find many handy programs. And at last look up PSRTUTORIAL.COM and go to LESSONS, there you can learn everything about HOW to record your music.

Hope I put you on the right track now.
Regards
Dick

Oct 02, 2009
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PSR I425
by: Siddharth

PSR I425 is my Synth.
i want to transfer my recorded songs on Windows XP.

Oct 02, 2009
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... to computer
by: Dick Rector

Hello Siddhart,

You want an answer?
There are various ways to transfer a signal from keyboards to computers. But first of all it will help if you let us know what SYNTH??? you are talking about, to what sort of computer, with what recording software and what exactly you want to transfer.
See this criticism in a positive way.
On the info you have given, in general the answer only can be 'Yes you can, with a cable connected between the two machines.' That doesn't help you much.

Regards
Dick

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