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Korg PS60 Owner's Manual: Connections With A Computer

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Connections with a computer

The PS60 does not respond to MIDI data sent
from outside
 Is the USB cable connected correctly? "PS60 USB-
MIDI Setup Guide"
The computer does not detect the PS60
 Are the USB cables connected correctly? "PS60
USB-MIDI Setup Guide"
 Is the Korg USB-MIDI driver installed correctly?
"PS60 USB-MIDI Setup Guide"
An error occurs when you disconnect from
the computer
 Never disconnect the PS60 from the computer while
your host application is in use.
While connected, you are asked to install
software or a device driver
 Does the operating system version of your
computer support the PS60? p. 62
When using USB, sound processing is slow,
or the tempo is unstable
 Is the KORG USB-MIDI driver installed for the USB
port you've connected?
 The driver must be installed for each USB port you
use. If you connect the PS60 to a USB port other
than the port you used when installing the KORG
USB-MIDI Driver for Windows, you'll need to
reinstall the KORG USB-MIDI Driver.
Accessory disc
Can't install the driver
 Is the USB cable connected correctly?
 Is the accessory disc inserted in your CD drive?
 Make sure that the accessory disc is inserted
 Is the lens of your CD drive dirty?
 Use a commercially-available lens cleaner to clean
the lens.
 Are you able to use USB?
 If you are using Windows, go to [Control Panel] →
[System], and select the [Hardware] tab. In [Device
Manager], check the settings for Universal Serial
Bus Controller and USB Root Hub.
 Has the PS60 been detected as an unknown device?
 If you are using Windows, go to [Control Panel] →
[System], select the [Hardware] tab, and check
[Device Manager]. If the PS60 has not been detected
correctly, it will be displayed in "Other devices" or
"Unknown devices." Reconnect the USB cable; if
the PS60 is again displayed as an "Unknown
device," the computer has failed to detect it
correctly. Delete the "Unknown device" entry, and
reinstall the driver.
Your software does not respond to the PS60
 Is the USB cable connected correctly?
 Did you install the driver?
 Has your computer detected the connected PS60?
 If you're using Windows Vista or Windows 7, check
the Device Manager control "Sound, Video, and
Game Controllers."
If you are using Windows XP, go to Control Panel →
"Sounds and Audio Devices Properties" and click
the Hardware tab.
If you are using Mac OS X, go to Macintosh HD →
Application folder → Utility folder → "Audio MIDI
Settings," select the "MIDI Devices" tab, and check
that the PS60 has been detected.
Note: Some computer hardware configurations may
not recognize the PS60.
 Check the PS60's assignments and USB-MIDI port
 The connected device or software may not support
the messages you are transmitting. Refer to the
manual of the connected device or software to
verify that it responds to the messages you are
 If you want to transmit and receive system
exclusive data, the MIDI Filter "SysEx (Enable
System Exclusive)" is set to On. This setting must be
selected if you've connected the PS60 to your
computer and want to edit the PS60 from your
computer (or to edit bi-directionally). Select this if
you're using the PS60 Editor/Plug-In Editor.


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