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PSR-3000/1500 (SFF1) / Re: Screenshot PSR3000
« Last post by Roy_T on Yesterday at 11:02:12 PM »
I had given up on the original sysex messages, just getting back the "98 54 7F" and the "98 54 00" and thinking that the PSR-3000 (which is what the original poster was actually asking about) was too old to do screen dumps.  With the corrected sysex strings, I get the tinkling sound from the PSR-3000, but still just get back that same pair of three byte strings - no screen dump file on the flash drive.  Then I thought, if the PSR-3000 can do a screen dump, it may be trying to dump it to the Smart Media Card by default, so I drug out my SM Card, from its place of safe keeping, plugged it in, and did another dump request.  I then used the MusicSoft Downloader to check the files on the card, and the only thing there were the Ver 1.8 firmware files - no screen dump file.  So, either these sysex strings are not the ones to trigger a screen dump on the PSR-3000, or its 14 year old hardware and 12 year old firmware just do not have that capability.

Genos - General / Re: New software: IconFinder (Windows Dot.Net)
« Last post by Al Ram on Yesterday at 10:58:29 PM »

I find StyleFinder very useful.   

Please forgive my ignorance . . . .

how do you use it IconFinder . . . ? what can you do with it . . . . ?

it might be helpful to write a brief description of the program and what it does .. . . . the description indicates that you can find icons ..... but then what . . . . .

thanks in advance.

thanks in advance.
Genos - General / Re: I had the pleasure to meet Gloria.....
« Last post by Toril S on Yesterday at 10:17:22 PM »
Your fever is rising, Gloria. Genos medicine ASAP :) :)
Genos - General / Re: Organ sliders
« Last post by Lee Batchelor on Yesterday at 10:15:55 PM »
Thanks PJD! I'll check those out.
Genos - General / Re: Organ sliders
« Last post by pjd on Yesterday at 10:11:33 PM »
Hi Lee --

We've discussed rotary speaker and other organ-related tweaks in the "Genos Voices & Revo Drums" section of the Forum.

The short answer is that one needs to edit the DSP parameters for the rotary speaker DSP effect (whichever particular effect is in use.) There are parameters for changing the acceleration (ramp up/down) times as well as changing the rotation speed of the horn and woofer. Edits are made by drilling down into the DSP effect "details."

Hope this helps to get you started -- pj
Genos - General / Re: Genos...a few thoughts
« Last post by Fred Smith on Yesterday at 09:19:45 PM »

You should post your problem registration here so we can take a look at it for you.

Genos - General / Re: Organ sliders
« Last post by Lee Batchelor on Yesterday at 09:02:02 PM »
I knew that, thanks Soryt. I wanted to know if there was a way to slow down the rate at which the rotary speaker reaches full speed. A real Leslie doesn't just turn on and off. It takes a few seconds to reach full speed. My T4 had a preset that ramped up the speed very realistically. I can't believe they would leave that out on a flagship arranger!
Genos - General / Re: MP3-CDG files upload completed
« Last post by Lee Batchelor on Yesterday at 08:58:06 PM »
Thanks Paul. Got it to work now. The server must have been very busy or something.
Genos - General / Re: MP3-CDG files upload completed
« Last post by soryt on Yesterday at 08:57:28 PM »
Thanks a lot , some are realy nice

Soryt  :)

Genos - General / Re: Organ sliders
« Last post by soryt on Yesterday at 08:56:05 PM »

Also, is there any control over the ramp up speed for the Leslie? Please tell me I didn't spend $6,000 on a keyboard so I could go and buy an external Leslie controller made by engineers who know how to do this! Thanks.

When you connect a footswitch and press Direct acces and operate the footswitch you can program the switch to leslie fast and slow ( just like the Tyros).
dont forget to save youre personal settings .

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