When trying to use it with the keyboard, the MacBook is recognizing the midi interface (I can see it in the \"Midi Studio\" screen, but it does not recognize the audio interface, that means, I am able to control VST, exchange midi signals, but neither the operating system nor the DAW is recognizing the audio interface.
MACINTOSH: Motif XF USB-MIDI Quick Setup Guide (Updated) _ Download and Install the following software by going to the Motif XF download site. The Official Yamaha Download Site_ Install, Activate and Register \"Cubase AI\" on your computer _ Download and install the latest \"Motif XF Extensions version 1.1.1\" (or later)_ Download and install the latest Motif XF Editor Standalone/VST version 1.6.4 (or later)_ Download and install the Yamaha USB-MIDI driver version 1.3.2 for Macintosh (or later)Because the editor uses multiple ports to connect with the Motif XF, you MUST use either USB or FireWire to utilize editors.
You have to download the USB MIDI drivers and then you can connect the P-45 to a computer to control software synthesizers and/or record and play back MIDI data. If you want to control other hardware using MIDI, you will have to connect that hardware to the same computer.
The answer then is no. But if you want to use it to send midi signals to a program in your computer, use the USB port. You might redirect the Midi signal inside the computer to a Midi interface connected to the computer. In that case the answer would be \"sort of\".
with ACID music STUDIO 11, i can use Yamaha P125 like a midi keyboard through many VST available with ACID music STUdio 11. I don't know how is it possible..but i can record some keybord parts with many other sound out my Yamaha P-125. Sailer didn't tell me that ! (just turn \"Digital piano\" in device )
I have the DTXtreme IIS and am using EZ Drummer 2. I installed the Yamaha USB/Midi Driver. I am using Windows 10. After installing the driver you should be able to Choose the Driver as the input. I plugged the USB cable directly from the module into my computer. Select ALL as the Midi Receive Channel and Yamaha in eDrums setting. You will need to adjust the midi note information on the module for each trigger to match the specific drum in EZ Drummer. 1e1e36bf2d