There are different ways to save recorded music on a digital piano. Some pianos have built-in space for you to record songs. This works well if you only use that one digital piano, or if you don’t need to take the recorded file to another keyboard.
Of course you could just hook up through a MIDI device and store the information on a computer. You could save as many songs as your computer would hold. You could also email the file to wherever you needed it.
But what if you don’t want to go through the process of putting your recorded piece of music onto a PC? What if you just wanted to record a lot of songs and put them into a portable device that could fit in the palm of your hand?
Then you’ll want to get a digital piano with a USB outlet or an SD Memory Card Slot.
You are familiar with USB outlets on your computer. Some digital pianos have a USB hook up so you can attach a flash drive to save your recorded songs. The only limit to how much music you can record and save is based on the memory capacity of your USB flash drive. This is a great way to get your recordings from your digital piano into an instantly portable format. You can take it with you wherever you go, hook it up to a different digital piano that has a USB outlet, or transfer it to any computer without the headache of cables and wires that hook the digital piano up to the computer.
Another plus to using a USB outlet on your digital piano is that USB is very common on computers. Every computer has them. So if you save your digital piano recordings on a flash drive you are pretty much guaranteed to be able to put them onto any computer. mega888
Please note that some digital pianos will say they have a USB hook up, but it might not support a flash drive. This is because there are 2 types of USB connections on digital pianos. The first is a USB connection to a host. This connection allows you to plug a cable into your digital piano and hook that cable into a USB outlet on a computer. The second connection is USB to device. This allows you to directly plug a flash drive into your digital piano. If you want instant portability, then choose USB to device.