The software below was provided on a CD with the KN7000 keyboard. There are issues with installing the software on some newer versions of Windows. You can download the software at the bottom of this page. Read more about installing the software on our sister site KN7000.co.uk
Song Manager software
1: Upload and Download Songs Simply connect the KN7000 to your PC with a single USB cable to transfer song data. It's that simple.
2: Upload Pictures Use pictures that you have taken with a digital still camera and saved onto your PC to make slide shows by uploading them to the KN7000
If you want more flexibility when working with KN7000 SD Cards you can purchase the SD Explorer software available Here (opens in a new window).
Audio Recorder software
Record and play digital audio using your PC! Record your KN7000 performance as WAV (16-bit, 44.1-kHz stereo) or compress the file as Windows Media Format, or MP3, depending on how you want to use it. For example, you could send compressed files as e-mail attachments or burn CD-R discs from high quality WAV files.
*Some audio files created using other applications cannot be opened by Audio Recorder.
*Compressed digital audio data cannot be converted into WAV format or re-compressed into other formats.
Download the KN7000 SongManager, KN7000 Audio Recorder and KN7000 USB Drivers from the original CD using this link. The download is a zip file.
The KN-SDExplorer software is a must-have for KN7000 and KN2600 owners. Click the banner above for full information.
Additional KN7000 Software
Extra software, Styles and MIDI files are available in the Members Area (Your Profile). To access the Members Area click on your Username.
KN7000 software for Windows 7 and Windows 8
The KN7000 USB drivers from the original CD (available in the download link above) don't work well on Windows 7 and 8 but Windows will recognise the audio in and out functions without installing the drivers.
The Song Manager and Audio Recorder Software should work without installing the USB drivers.
MIDI will not work on Windows 7 or 8 over the USB cable so the best way forward is to install the two pieces of software and not attempt to install the USB drivers. Purchase a good quality MIDI cable instead such as the Roland UM-ONE MK2 USB MIDI Interface or the Alesis Cable USB-MIDI because these work well with these newer operating systems.
The originally published compatibility notes are below.
Included Application Software System Requirements
Windows ® 98/Me/2000 Professional/XP Professional/XP Home Edition operating system.
An available USB port*2 on the personal computer.
Celeron TM 400 MHz or faster CPU.
64 MB minimum memory for Windows ® 98/Me.
128 MB minimum memory for Windows ® 2000/XP.
40 MB minimum hard drive space for installation, about 10 MB hard drive space per minute for audio recording.
16 bits (65,536 colors) minimum color depth. 800 x 600 pixels minimum display resolution.
* 1 : WMA (Windows Media Audio) is a compression format developed by Microsoft Corporation. It achieves the same sound quality as MP3 with a file size that is smaller than that of an MP3.
* 2 : Trouble-free connection to all USB port enabled personal computers cannot be assured. Trouble-free connection via a USB hub cannot be assured.
* Microsoft and its logo as well as Windows and Windows NT, Windows Media are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
* Windows Media is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
* Celeron is a trademark of Intel Corporation.
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