Re: Old Roland keyboards
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Posted by Les on October 27, 2006 at 08:28:23:
In Reply to: Old Roland keyboards posted by Jaz on October 24, 2006 at 23:16:28:
: I work at a school and have been given the job of setting a workable music computer lab, but I'm new at all this so please help...
: We have an old computer lab with Imacs running OS9, and I have a mixture of Roland SK50iv and Em10 keyboards. We are looking at using PC's instead of Macs and currently run Windows 2000 and XP on the network.
: Can I use these old keyboards with Windows Xp and/or 2000, will I need to install drivers for them and if so where can I get them from? Or is it better to get newer keyboards? (I know the answer but don't think we can afford it :)
I don't think you need new keyboards. You may want to buy new USB MIDI interfaces, that's all.
I would recommend the Midiman / M-Audio UNO.
It can connect any MIDI capable keyboard to any PC or Mac with USB port.
- Re: Re: Old Roland keyboards Jaz 10/30/2006
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