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38 reface CS/DX/CP/YC Owner’s Manual
Connecting to Other Devices
Playing the reface using
recorded data from a
DAW application
qTurn on MIDI Control. For details, refer to
“Keyboard Settings” (page 41).
wConnect the computer to your reface by using
a USB cable.
eStart playback of the MIDI data in the DAW
application.
Playing a software syn-
thesizer from the reface
qTurn off Local Control, and also turn off
MIDI Control. For details, refer to “Key-
board Settings” (page 41).
wConnect your reface to the computer by using
a USB cable.
eLaunch the software synthesizer on the com-
puter and play your reface’s keyboard.
NOTE
Be sure to read “Precautions when Using the
[USB] Terminal” (page 39) before using the
[USB] terminal.
If your computer does not recognize the
reface or you experience other similar prob-
lems, refer to “Yamaha USB-MIDI Driver”
(page 39).
USB cable
reface CS
Computer
DAW
application
NOTE
Be sure to read “Precautions when Using the
[USB] Terminal” (page 39) before using the
[USB] terminal.
If your computer does not recognize the
reface or you experience other similar prob-
lems, refer to “Yamaha USB-MIDI Driver”
(page 39).
NOTE
If using a software synthesizer inside a
DAW application:
By using a function known as echo back or
MIDI thru, DAW applications can send
received performance data back to the
source—in this case, the reface. This function
must be disabled if you do not want the reface
to produce sounds in response to returned
MIDI data. For details on how to do this, refer
to the owner’s manual that came with your
DAW application.
USB cable
reface CS
Computer
Software
synthesizer
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