Yamaha P-45 Operating Manual With Computer

Using Yamaha P-45 pianos with Computer Guide PDF

How to use Yamaha P-45 Pianos with computer

MIDI  (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is widely supported by most digital musical instruments. This technology allows the instrument to exchange MIDI data with a computer attached to it, including information about the keyboard's performance and information about the song's playback.

Playing Back Songs (MIDI files, Audio Data files) on a Computer with the Instrument

Playing back MIDI files: You can play back MIDI Song files on a computer using the Voice sounds of the instrument with MIDI file playback apps.

Playing back Audio data files: You can play back audio song data files through the built-in speakers of this instrument with audio playback apps.

Recording Your Keyboard Performance as MIDI Data to a Computer

Your keyboard performance can be recorded as MIDI events to music software on a computer. Depending on the application, the recorded data can be edited in various ways, and even be converted to notation.

Recording Your Keyboard Performance as Audio Data to a Computer

Your keyboard performance can be recorded as audio data to a computer with a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) app or hardware. Depending on the particular application, the recorded data can be edited in various ways.

Transferring data files Including Song Files, Style Files and Backup File

User Song data you recorded on the instrument can be transferred to a computer and saved as a file, while Song data (MIDI files) obtained via the Internet can be transferred and stored to the instrument, for future listening or keyboard practice. Depending on the instrument you are using, Musicsoft Downloader (free) is required to transfer files. Refer to the "File transfer method" column in "Target Models and Functions."

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