I have a Privia PX-160 keyboard, and would like to record music and output the
MIDI result to my device. I tried recording the music directly on my keyboard, and then transfer the
MIDI file to my laptop (Windows 10). However, I saw that the file of the recorded audio is
.CSR format, and I cannot play it or convert it to
So now the left option for me (I think) is to connect the keyboard to my laptop and record from a software like Àudacity while I play the keyboard.
I use this USB cable (A-B) type to connect to my laptop:
Can I record music with this type of connection, or is it just used for transferring files? The Audacity Tutoral does not show this cable for connection, only RCA plugs. My keyboard has LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks, but I don't know if that's the same, since the User's Guide from CASIO only mentions connectivity to an Audio Equipment or Amplifier when using those jacks (not a device such as a computer).