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Using MIDI files on Technics KN7000

kn7000dani

kn7000dani


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Hello,
I am Daniel.
I would like to know how can i transfer midi files on SD card to play its on KN7000.
I know how use a 3.5 disk for it; it is easy.
But i do not know how can i use the SD card for it , too.
Always i plays styles, not midi.Now i want to use midi files, too.
Regards from Spain

Posted on May 13, 2015 at 7:06 PM
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admin

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Re: Using MIDI files on Technics KN7000

Hi Daniel,

Make a directory on your SD Card called IMEXPORT.

Put MIDI files in that directory.

Now you can import them into a MIDI playlist on your keyboard (refer to the KN7000 User Manual)

You can read more about the IMEXPORT folder on the following page:

http://technicskn7000.com/about/technics-kn7000-styles/kn7000-style...

Do you have a copy of the KN7000 user manual in Spanish? I am looking for one.

Best wishes,
Mike

Posted on May 13, 2015 at 7:58 PM

kn7000dani

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Re: Using MIDI files on Technics KN7000

Thank a lot, Mike!

About the kn7000 user manual, I have the original duch version and SX-KN7000 Reference guide



and



Regards!

Posted on May 14, 2015 at 6:22 PM

Muziek60

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Re: Using MIDI files on Technics KN7000

Who can help me?

I now the import version, but how to get the midi files on SD so that I can select 1 song or all songs the Haloween SD version does do this?
Noticed that two extra files are in the midi directory: SD_SOUND.PLM and SD_SOUND.TKM how to creat this?
The MIDI files are placed in the SD_SOUND.


Thanks for your reply by forehand kind regards Rien

Posted on November 8, 2018 at 4:51 PM

RMepstead

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Re: Using MIDI files on Technics KN7000

Hi Rien
The way that I get midi files onto an SD Card is by firstly transferring them from my computer to a floppy disk and then popping that floppy disk into my KN7000.
I then load them one at a time and then save them one at a time as normal files to the SD Card in my KN7000.

Posted on November 11, 2018 at 4:53 PM

Muziek60

Muziek60
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Re: Using MIDI files on Technics KN7000

Another question pop's up, how to transfer styles and composers and songs from my earlier Technics KN1000-2000 Keyboard?

Also where to get the Panasonic SDJukebox software panasonic doens't supply it.
Get a few reseller adresses but the same answer can't provide.
Also what's a good adres for SD cards in the netherlands?

Posted on November 16, 2018 at 10:36 AM

RMepstead

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Re: Using MIDI files on Technics KN7000

Hi again Rien. Transfering styles from earlier Technics KN models to the KN7000 again requires the use of a floppy disk.
Each styles you wish to transfer must first be copied on your earlier keyboard to 'Memory load' on that machine. It can then be saved from there to a floppy disk and then that floppy disk popped into the KN7000 and downloaded.
Panasonic SD Jukebox software may now only be occasionally found on ebay, however although I have used that software on my past computers it it does not work with more up to date 'Windows',
It's purpose of course was to play MP3 files straight from an SD Card in your KN7000, but it never was a perfect science and occasionally hiccuped. I now connect my ipad with saved tracks on it and play that through the KN7000.
SD Cards are best purchased throughthe internet.

Posted on November 16, 2018 at 2:09 PM