I know the Casio CTK keyboards have 100 songs built in. I have seen several videos on Youtube showing how one can use this to learn the songs. For example, one selects a song and then the keyboard will play parts of the song and wait for you to repeat.

My question is: Is it possible to just listen to the songs? So without it stopping or trying to teach you. I know this is possible on the Casio SA 76 keyboard (but it only has 10 songs).

I looked in the manual and can see that one can start playing the demo songs (by pressing two buttons). What happens if one just selects a song and press just the play button?

Specifically I am interested in the models 2400 and 3200.

  • @ToddWilcox: According to music.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic one can ask about how to use specific hardware.
    – John Doe
    Jan 31, 2016 at 18:11
  • If you are lucky, someone who owns the keyboard you are interested in will weigh in either with a comment or answer. If not, you might need to dig around on line a little more (Casio website maybe?) or see if they sell those at an on line music store like Sweetwater, Guitar Center, or Zzounds where you can actually speak to a salesman and ask questions about any of the products or instruments they sell. Good luck. Jan 31, 2016 at 18:45
  • FWIW - "hardware" as used in the help topic you referenced is most likely intended to refer to computer hardware used for recording as it appears in the context of software & hardware which would indicate computer. But I suppose an electronic keyboard such as you described might fit a loose definition of "hardware". A computer keyboard would certainly fit the definition as would a keyboard controller used in a recording studio. So your argument has merit despite the fact that your usage falls outside recording studio applications. Hopefully someone will provide the information you seek. Jan 31, 2016 at 20:04

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In this respect the CTK boards are exactly the same as the SA 76, except they have a lot more songs to choose from (as you noticed).

So the answer to your question is: Yes. You can just play them if you want to.

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