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Do I have to install the KORG USB-MIDI Driver to use it?

You can use it with the standard USB-MIDI driver of the OS.
However, we recommend the use of the KORG USB-MIDI Driver since the standard USB-MIDI driver of Windows won't allow the microKEY/microKEY Air to be used by more than one application program at a time.

 

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    Michael Loechel

    So where do I get the KORG USB-MIDI Driver?

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    Sal Chinappi

    Which is the correct driver for the Korg N264....does not like usb midi vs, just midi

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    George Piazza

    I have a Korg TR61 keyboard and Windows 7 SP1 64 bit. I made the mistake of installing the USB-Midi driver, after which none of my music DAWs or synths could see the keyboard. I had to uninstall the driver several times to get it to work. I'm not sure but it may have reverted back to driver version 1.12 before my DAW saw the keyboard (although the drive is not listed in the Device Manager driver list). But I can say for sure that drivers 1.13 - 1.15 designed for Windows 7 - 8 did not work on my system.

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    Clayton Perry

    Please help. I bought a Korg Microkey (49 keys) to use with my Desktop (Windows 10). However, I can't get started and haven't found anyone to help a dummy like me. Can you help?

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