I have a Casio CTK-4200 and want to connect it via MIDI to my MacBook Pro. I know Casio does not make a Mac driver but I really want this to work, as I had the keyboard before the MacBook. There was a post in 2007 where someone with the username ferland.francois posted a custom driver for Casio which seems to have worked in 2007. I downloaded it and restarted my MacBook and while I can find the driver in my audio drivers file, the keyboard does not show up in the Audio MIDI Setup application. I downloaded USBProber and the keyboard does show up there as a device 'CASIO USB-MIDI'.
In the Audio MIDI Setup app on your Mac, choose Window Show MIDI Studio. In the MIDI Studio window, click the Choose MIDI Configuration pop-up menu (it may show Default), then choose New Configuration. Enter a name for the new configuration, then click OK. To add a new external MIDI device, click the Add button in the MIDI Studio toolbar. USBMIDISeriesOSX340.zip: Applies To: Keystation 49 Keystation 61 Oxygen8 Radium49 Radium61 MIDISPORT 1x1 MIDISPORT 2x4 MIDISPORT 2x2 MIDISPORT 4x4 MIDISPORT 8x8/s MIDISPORT Uno USB MIDISPORT 4x4 Anniversary Edition MIDISPORT 2x2 Anniversary Edition Oxygen 8 v2: Operating Systems: Mac OS 10.4.11 Mac OS 10.4.2 Mac OS 10.4.3 Mac OS 10.4.4.
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Does anyone know how to get a hold of ferland.francois? Can anyone help me fix his driver? He hasn't updated on softpedia since 2013. I appreciate any help!
Here is the driver btw: https://mac.softpedia.com/get/Audio/Casio-USB-Midi-Driver.shtml
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