- Jun 4, 2010
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Nice post, i will soon need to know how to do this, so, you have saved my time by posting this lol...
Lois, the USB can also be used for backing up settings etc on the keyboard if you have made changes to the "factory" ones, as well as downloading settings and backing that you can download from the internet.Thanks for this thread. It will help me out in the future. Am I right in thinking that a usb port isn't necessary? Can that only be used for midi? One of the keyboards I am considering has a 5 pin midi connection and no usb port.
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