Thanks for your help anyway. Can you explain your setup in a little more detail? So the situation is, the CLP cannot export anything to midi and does not record internally in midi file format. The forum misinterpreted your data as spam. Toggle navigation PreSonus Forums.
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I’m fortunate enough to have bought myself a CLP – a top of the range Yamaha Clavinova electric piano – that sits next to my computer desk. Looking around I see that I’m not the only one who’s found this a little less than ideal, with the Instrument Definition Manager and also Studio One Helper around to help get around the issue.
This leaves you with limited options as the only way to get midi from the keyboard is to connect it’s midi out port to your computer via a midi interface, which I’m assuming you don’t have or you would be using it already? Page 1 of 1. If that fails, then try to find a video on Youtube for Musescore instructions. Many thanks for your replies.
I’ve already thought about that. I hope you are able to use Audacity, it is a simple editing programme that will perform complicated functions.
S1, Sonar and Cubase in the main. I may be using the free version of S1 at the moment but only as a precursor to buying Pro when I’ve finalised my decision.
It could indeed be that the bit doesn’t interpret velocity well.
Otherwise try claviinova the other way around bring up Musescore after you power on your piano. Mi interface is M-Audio Uno and has no button. Audacity should see your keyboard but only of course if you have the ‘audio’ out from you Clavinova going into the computer.
It’s the second time my response disappears on this forum 8 so here it is again, this time without image:. So here again is another example of Yamaha making something simple into something convoluted and complex.
Will I be able to do the same things but just using the better keys of the clavinova? In reply to midi by angelgago. Comparing with Cubase where I’d simply set the Midi channel for each track, tell it that I have an XG device connected and choose my instrument from the list.
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The Software is meant to transfer files from and to piano. What you need to do is save as an SMF standard midi file which you can then use anywhere, all be it with a little tweaking depending on the playback device.
It should only be necessary for the M-Audio driver to be installed for your Clavinova to talk to your Mac. The has a voice XG soundset available to it, and the sounds are all pretty good, but it seems that the only DAW that can address them over Midi is Cubase. The manual of the software says that I should see a mid clavinvoa but can’t find it.
Not sure really where this thread belongs. Hopefully I will be able to help others in the near future based on my next experiences.
I downloaded M-audio driver and Yamaha driver as well. I’m no expert on Macs – in fact I’ve never used one.
Thanks for your answer. If you are thinking of substituting Montage sounds for all of the Style controlled sounds Have you tried the M-AUdio forums? The Yamaha software can connect with it as well but for some reason cannot find only BUP file. Toggle navigation PreSonus Forums. I used finale when working with windows and I’m using now Macbook with You are only permitted to use this software program pursuant to the claivnova and conditions of the attached Software License Agreement “Agreement”.