Question About USB to Computer

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Question About USB to Computer

Postby AZMO » Wed May 26, 2010 12:21 pm

Does the USB port from the CVP-403, when connected to a computers USB port, record in MIDI only or does it also generate WAV or AIFF files.
I am under the impression it is MIDI only from the USB port.
To get WAV or AIFF audio files, it would have to come from the AUDIO Outputs of the CVP ?
Is that correct?
Thanks for any info - I do not have a clue about this stuff.
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Re: Question About USB to Computer

Postby Admin » Thu May 27, 2010 8:43 am

Does the USB port from the CVP-403, when connected to a computers USB port, record in MIDI only or does it also generate WAV or AIFF files.


When you connect the Clavinova CVP-403 to your computer via the [USB TO HOST] port, the CVP-403 will transmit MIDI data to your computer (you need to have MIDI sequencing software installed on your computer for this to work). With the CVP-403 and up you can also record in .wav (up to 80 minutes 44.1kHz/16 bit resolution). For this to work, your USB device must be attached to the CVP-403's [USB TO DEVICE] port.

To get WAV or AIFF audio files, it would have to come from the AUDIO Outputs of the CVP ? Is that correct?


No, it's as simple as attaching your USB device to the CVP-403's [USB TO DEVICE] port and select the AUDIO RECORDER function in USB mode. If you had a CVP-401 then the only way you could capture audio would be from the AUDIO outputs (since it doesn't have the USB Audio Recorder feature).

Hope that helps.

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Re: Question About USB to Computer

Postby hughbell » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:33 pm

I have the Yamaha MM6. Does the USB from the keyboard send start/stop signals to Cubase. I want to sync the yamaha with the computer because the MM6 only records 8 tracks.
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