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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Features

Instructions and Help about Which Form 8815 Features

This is the second in a series of videos teaching you exactly how to connect and record your keyboard on your computer. Whether you want to make a MIDI connection or an audio connection or both. In this one, we're going to look at the outputs that you might have on the back of your keyboard. So let's start by looking at the back of my piano, which is called LP 350. Here is what I've got: a standard MIDI in and MIDI out port that transmits the MIDI data to and from my computer. I've also got a line out port where I can record the sound of the keyboard from. What I do is transmit the MIDI data via MIDI cables, which are actually part of a USB MIDI interface. Then I use an eighth of an inch mini jack cable to record the audio via an audio cable. So that's my connections. Now, it could be that you've got a different kind of keyboard, so I'm looking for something different here. This is the Yamaha P255. You might have something that looks a bit more like this. So on this one, the audio output is actually two quarter-inch outputs. You would connect these by having two mono quarter-inch cables connected to the left and right. It's labeled "outs out." So your keyboard might be labeled "outs out," "line out," "audio out." And as I said before, you can connect to the left and right with two quarter-inch TS cables. Or because this port here is labeled "L/R," you could use one quarter-inch TRS stereo cable. This is what they look like. The two mono cables look like this, with tips leave tips leave, and you would connect left and right one to each. Or one stereo cable with...