Floppy Drive Emulator for Keyboards

The FlexiDrive is compatible with this Keyboards, Sintetizers, Sequencers, Samplers, Drums machines and all other equipment with floppy drive.


  • Roland E66
  • Roland E86
  • Roland E96
  • Roland E-500
  • Roland G800
  • Roland G1000
  • Roland S-10
  • Roland VA76
  • Roland W-30
  • Roland XP-50
  • Roland XP-60
  • Roland XP-80
  • Roland MC-50
  • Roland MC-50 MKII
  • Roland MC-500
  • Roland MC-80


  • Ensoniq ASR-10
  • Ensoniq ASR-X
  • Ensoniq EPS
  • Ensoniq VFX SD
  • Ensoniq TS-10
  • Ensoniq TS-12
  • Ensoniq Mirage
  • Ensoniq Mirage DMS-8


  • Korg PA50
  • Korg PA60
  • Korg PA80
  • Korg PA1 X Pro
  • Korg Karma
  • Korg Trinity
  • Korg 01W/FD
  • Korg N364
  • Korg Triton


Yamaha PSR-100

  • Yamaha PSR-340
  • Yamaha PSR-350
  • Yamaha PSR-450
  • Yamaha PSR-540
  • Yamaha PSR-550
  • Yamaha PSR-640
  • Yamaha PSR-730
  • Yamaha PSR-740
  • Yamaha PSR-1100
  • Yamaha PSR-2100
  • Yamaha Electone EL-25
  • Yamaha Electone EL-90
  • Yamaha Electone EL-900
  • Clavinova CVP 207
  • Yamaha RM1x sequencer
  • Yamaha QX-5FD
  • Yamaha SU 700
  • Yamaha DX7 II FD
  • Yamaha Piano MX101R
  • Yamaha Disklavier MX101R


  • Casio FZ-1
  • Casio FZ-10M
  • Casio FZ-20M
  • Casio WK-1800
  • Casio WK-3800


  • Akai-MPC60
  • Akai-MPC2000
  • Akai-MPC2000XL
  • Akai-S900 Sampler
  • Akai-S1000 Sampler
  • Akai-S5000 Sampler
  • Akai-S6000 Sampler


  • KN-1400
  • KN-2000
  • NK-3000
  • KN-5000


  • Ketron X1
  • Ketron X4
  • Ketron X8


  • Kurzweil K 2000


  • Kawai Q80
  • Kawai Q80EX
  • Kawai K5000W


  • E-MU Emulator I
  • E-MU Emulator II
  • E-MU Emulator III
  • E-MU Emax (Keyboard and Rack)
  • E-MU Emulator IIIX
  • E-MU Ultra Proteus
  • E-MU Emulator IV
  • E-MU ESI-4000
  • E-MU ESI-2000
  • E-MU E4XT Ultra


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Floppy Drive Emulators and Media Update Solutions.

17 Responses to “Floppy Drive Emulator for Keyboards”

  1. Martin January 15, 2013 at 10:27 am #

    Works emul to Ensoniq TS10 ?

    • FlexiDrive February 16, 2013 at 7:17 pm #

      Yes the FlexiDriveMV-USB or MV-SD are OK for your Ensoniq TS-10. We give you total support and guaranty that our products will work fine in your Ensoniq.
      Let me know if you have some more questions, Thanks and Best Regards, A.H.

  2. shaji February 16, 2013 at 6:22 am #

    can we save & load sound & sequence data via flexidrive on ensoniq ts-10 ?

    • FlexiDrive February 16, 2013 at 7:27 pm #

      Hi, FlexiDrive works fine with Ensoniq TS-10. Yes, you can save and load sounds, sequences, midi files, etc. You can do the same that you can do with a floppy disk but using a USB Pendrive or a SD memory card. The installation is very simple. If you have more questions, please let me know. Best regards.

  3. Brian K. Sullivan May 11, 2013 at 10:38 am #

    Will the FlexiDrive work with the ASR-10 rack module?

    • FlexiDrive May 11, 2013 at 3:56 pm #

      Hi! Yes. FlexiDrive works fine with all Ensoniq ASR-10. You need the FlexiDriveMV-SD or FlexiDriveMV-USB version. Let me know if you have some more questions. Thanks and Best Regards. Ariel

  4. Garry August 16, 2013 at 8:57 pm #

    If I transfer my disks I’ve created on my PSR 730 to an emulator. Will I be able to upload them to a Mac Lion? Thank you

    • FlexiDrive August 18, 2013 at 3:10 pm #

      Hi Garry, Yes. After install the FlexiDrive in your Yamaha PSR 730 you can upload the files to your Mac. We will send you more info by email. Thanks and Best Regards, The FlexiDrive support team.

  5. Derek January 4, 2014 at 4:49 pm #

    Does this product speed up ASR-10 boot-up time like a SCSI drive or does it only increase storage capacity?

    • FlexiDrive January 7, 2014 at 6:37 pm #

      With FlexiDriveMV you increase the storage capacity up 2500 floppies on a single SD card or USB PenDrive, but also you avoid future problems with the floppy drive unit and floppy disks. You will not use floppy disks any more. You can converts all your Ensoniq ASR-10 floppies and storage on a actual media as a SD Card or USB Pendrive. The data transfer is around a 35% faster. Also backup all this data on a server or hard disks. FlexiDriveMV have an internal memory to storage the boot disks of your Ensoniq ASR-10, then the keyboard will boot directly from the FlexiDriveMV without any media inserted ( SD Card or USB Pendrive ) If you have more questions please let me know. Best Regards,

  6. Tony "The Beatologist" Woods February 25, 2014 at 6:53 pm #

    Ok! Let me understand a thing or two. I can store multiple floppy disks for asr10 to a single sd card and save new files or adding more files to the same sd card without erasing the information on the sd card thru formatting. Can I create more floppy images on the sd card thru the asr10 by it self. In other words, each floppy disk would be considered as a folder. Now, is there a limit on the sd card or pendrive for size of the flexidrive?

    • FlexiDrive February 25, 2014 at 7:09 pm #

      Yes. You can store up 2500 asr10 disks on a single SD Card or USB PenDrive. Also you can save new files to the SD Card or USB PenDrive without formatting.
      You can create new asr10 blank disks form the user menu on the FlexiDrive.
      Each floppy disk will be a single image file .ima on the SD Card or USB PenDrive, not a folder. We provide with the FlexiDrive the FlexiImage tool to create image files from your Ensoniq asr10. If you have some other questions, please let me know. Thanks and BR, The FlexiDrive Support Team.

  7. Daniel S July 23, 2014 at 2:50 am #

    Hi Flexidrive !

    After reading the web site quite a lot, I feel as confused as ever as to which of your many models
    May suit my needs best ! :-)

    I have a Yamaha EX5 synthesizer with a floppy drive…the drive works fine but it is a pain and SLOW..:.
    I would LOVE to replace it with the CORRECT product from you guys. I really don’t want it to be trial and
    error on my beloved EX5. Can someone knowledgeable please help me?

    I also need the exact dimensions of your recommendation to see if it be able to be installed in my EX5 synth.

    The synth is Circa 1998 – 2000

    Most Sincerely,

    Daniel S
    Tampa Florida USA


    • FlexiDrive August 5, 2014 at 6:47 pm #

      Hello Daiel, Thanks for your interest in our products FlexiDrive.
      FlexiDrive is the best solution to replace the old floppy drive unit in your Yamaha EX5 synthesizer.
      We will send you more information to your email address soon.
      Thanks and Best Regards,
      The FlexiDrive Support Team

  8. pepperstreet January 28, 2015 at 12:05 am #

    I own an Ensoniq TS-10. I am working with Apple and MacOSX.
    Is there any software for FlexiDrives needed? Can I transfer/convert disk images on the Mac? Or do I need real disks?

  9. Richard Morley January 27, 2016 at 11:16 pm #

    Hi, are you sure that this is compatible with Casio FZ-10M (as runs standard Shugart bus instead of the PC/AT disk bus). Read this please: http://www.buchty.net/casio/fz1-diskdrive.html

    • FlexiDrive January 28, 2016 at 6:31 pm #

      Hello Daiel, Thanks for your interest in our products FlexiDrive.
      FlexiDrive is the best solution to replace the old floppy drive unit in your Casio FZ-10M.

      FlexiDrive support emulations for PC Bus as PC-A or PC-B and Shugart Bus as DS0, DS1, DS2 or DS3, Motor at 300 or 360RPM, Setup for Ready signal and Disk Change signals.
      We can give you 100% of compatibility guaranty with your Casio FZ-10M

      We will send you more information to your email address soon.
      Thanks and Best Regards,
      The FlexiDrive Support Team

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