I have a Korg Microkorg synth which is a really fun synthesizer for a beginner like me. I like making patches (tones) and exploring the different possibilites. However, it's a bit annoying to use because the keyboard is very limited, it's basically only there so you can quickly test your patch before exporting it to a project on your computer.
I would love to control my Microkorg using my digital piano (Kawai ES110). I've already done it, plugging the piano as a midi controller allows you to use the keyboard to get sounds from the synth. However, the Microkorg doesn't have an audio output. When I do this, I have to use headphones, or an external amp.
This is the configuration that I have:
Keyboard --midi cable--> Microkorg --audio cable--> Headphones or amp
I use my digital piano in my living room, and I don't really like to have a lot of cables, headphones, amps etc there. I would love it if I could plug in the microkorg discreetly in a way that would allow me to use the keyboard from my piano and get the synth's sound directly out of the piano.
This is what I would like to have:
Keyboard --midi cable--> Microkorg -- ^ | |___________________________________|
Is it possible? I'm guessing not, because there is not audio input on the piano. However there might be some functionality that I'm not aware of.