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Newbee here with an m-audio

Posted by husbandOfMuse 
Newbee here with an m-audio
January 07, 2017 05:49AM
Hey guys, I am a newbee here with a m-audio keystation 49. I brought it to learn music specifically piano. Now I need to follow along the theory slides, I donot know where to begin the set up. It has a usb cable, I plugin it in my computer. I searched a bit, knew that as a controller the keyboard itselft will not generate the sound. I need either hardware synth to convert my stroke to sound or a software. I have no idea which software is good for me. And how to use. :/ Can anybody shed some light?
Re: Newbee here with an m-audio
January 07, 2017 06:04AM
You might be better posting your question on this forum.

Check out this textbook on Four Part Harmony.
Re: Newbee here with an m-audio
January 07, 2017 11:03AM
I am assuming that your m-audio keyboard has been recognized by your operating system and functional. If it has, I recommend VMPK, Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard, which is open source, now at version 0.6.2. A version exists for all OS's: Windows, Linux, Apple. I use vmpk with Windows XP, and Windows 7. It is lightweight and free.
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