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At the most basic level, to record the direct output from a digital piano, it'll need a line out jack. You'll need to connect to some kind of audio interface on your computer, and then use a DAW (like Audacity, Garage Band, Reaper or others) to record the sound. For home recording, audio interfaces typically take in XLR or 1/8" plugs and connect to a ...


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Typically people buy dedicated MIDI controllers because They have more options for transmitting MIDI than a general purpose keyboard with MIDI built in - for example they may be able to do more complicated key splits, send program changes, have a number of controls for transmitting MIDI continuous controllers, and so on. (This is often relevant if you are ...


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For Linux, take a look at http://rosegardenmusic.com/ It opens to a MIDI view initially, where you can record from your MIDI keyboard. The software quantizes the note durations into the program's internal representation, and with a click of a button you can switch to the score view to see the resulting sheet music. There's also a Windows port of ...


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You use MIDI mapping. It's the same for any MIDI device. Go to MIDI options and make sure your device or MIDI port is enabled as Remote device. Press the MIDI mapping button, it is in the upper right corner, to the right of the key mapping button (which does the same as the MIDI mapping button, but for your computer keyboard buttons) and to the left ...



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