>If you can record in a laptop, I assume you have a midi interface (as most
>laptop don't come with a midi port). And if you have a midi port, then
>definitely you can play back to your P200.
Yes, you can record it, and it also makes a fine controller for
another synth. Its own sounds, though, are limited to a performance
piano set, so you can't use it to play a GM sequence properly. But on
its own channel it will do just fine for its sounds.
>I have a Nanosynth and a Roland Synth but for some piano pieces, I still
>want to playbak thru my Yamaha AWM equipped piano.
>> Thanks, Jeff.
>> All I want to be able to do is to record the P200 via MIDI into a
>> laptop and then play it back thru the P200. Will I be able to do that?
>>> >Does anyone know if the Yamaha P200 digital "stage piano" is a
>>> >GENERAL midi device? I know it has midi connections but I can't
>>> >determine if it is an actual GENERAL midi keyboard -- the Yamaha
>>> >website (like most big company websites) is not helpful.
>>> No, it is an electric piano, it has a limited set of sounds
>>> primarily for live performance, not sequencing.
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