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Re: Casio Privia PX-S3000 review at Piano Buyer
jerrythek #3017123 11/23/19 12:38 AM
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Originally Posted by jerrythek
Originally Posted by Joe Muscara
Looking at the MIDI implementation chart of the PX-S3000 User Guide, the knobs output control change "in accordance with knob set setting." What I believe this means is it depends on which knob set is… set. Unfortunately, I haven't found something that says which knob sets send which control changes.


I don't have them all documented, but it sends CC's when it is a general type of message (Filter Cutoff, Chorus, Reverb controls etc.) When it is doing stuff like internal DSP parameters there are no CC's going out.

Jerry


Rod Tompkins posted a CC chart over at the Casio Forums' PX-S forum. It's a pain to copy/paste in here, but this should be what you want:

PX-S3000 Knob CC chart

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Re: Casio Privia PX-S3000 review at Piano Buyer
Tripp323 #3017180 11/23/19 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Tripp323
I am guessing the internal speakers turn off when you plug into the headphones out?

Correct.

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is there a way to disable the internal speakers, when you use external PA?

Just by plugging in something in the headphone jack. That's common behavior for most keyboards with internal speakers.


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S3000 review at Piano Buyer
Stephen Fortner #3019913 12/18/19 01:11 AM
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Thanks! And did someone mention a USB Midi? I see in the review you can use Chordana. Have you tried to connect Casio PX-s3000 to other DAWs? Was it complicated (drivers to find/load), or simple? Thx!


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S3000 review at Piano Buyer
Tripp323 #3019919 12/18/19 01:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Tripp323
Thanks! And did someone mention a USB Midi? I see in the review you can use Chordana. Have you tried to connect Casio PX-s3000 to other DAWs? Was it complicated (drivers to find/load), or simple? Thx!



It's Class Compliant. So that would be simple.
It connects right up to my Mac Mini. No special drivers. It plays nicely in Mainstage, Gig Performer, and all VSTs I have (PianoTeq, Arturia, Kontakt, etc..)


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