PSR-3000 Styles

240 Preset Styles

ggThe PSR3000/1500, introduced in 2004, are miid-range arranger keyboards, replacing the previous PSR2100/1100 models. While the 2100 was only a minor improvement over the 2000, the 3000 represents a major step forward. It includes many of the preset voices found on the Tyros model as well as the Tyros Mega voices, which provide more realistic voice sounds in the preset styles.

The styles are a significant improvement over the styles in the 2100, which were basically the same as the styles in the 2000, and there are move of them. There are 240 preset styles in the PSR3000 (190 in the PSR1500). The PSR2100 includes 203 preset styles, the PSR2000 had 181 preset styles, and the PSR740 had 160 preset styles.

The 2000 and 2100 allow users to load a style from a floppy disk about as fast as the preset styles. This expanded the available styles to literally thousands of styles, although not all at the same time. A floppy can hold about 30 to 40 styles, so putting a floppy disk in the keyboard gave instant access to the preset styles and the styles on the floppy disk. In addition, the user memory could hold an additional 20 to 30 styles.

The PSR3000 does not have a floppy disk! In its place is a slot for a SmartMedia card, which, with its 16MB capacity, can hold hundreds of additional styles. But even more important, the PSR3000 introduces a USB port that can hold the industry standard USB thumb (or flash) drive. These little devices are common, and relatively inexpensive now, and can hold thousands of styles. And, you can unplug the drive from your PSR3000, take it to your PC, plug it in there, and copy as many styles, or other PSR files, onto it as will fit. This was a really great leap forward. With the PSR3000, a user can have all the styles they may need, instantly available, at the press of a button. This, coupled with the great sounds and styles in the 3000, has made this keyboard very popular not only for home hobbyists, but for professionals as well.

The 240 preset styles delivered with the PSR3000 are listed below. All of the styles in a particular category are listed individually and each category can be downloaded in a single zip file by clicking on the style category title. These styles will play perfectly fine on the Tyros. Since they incorporate the Mega voices in style accompainments, they will not play well on older keyboards as is, but would have to be adjusted to remove the mega voices and to substitute OTS selections that are not available on earlier PSR keyboards.

You can audition a variety of the PSR3000 voices and styles by checking out these Media Clips from Yamaha.

PSR-3000 Preset Styles
BALLAD - 23 Styles
12-8Ballad 72
16Beat 80
16BeatBallad 66
6-8Modern 64
6-8Orchestral 62
6-8SlowRock 73
70'sPopBallad 75
8BeatAdria 100
8BeatBallad 101
AnalogBallad 77
ChartBallad 62
Chillout 80
EasyBallad 94
EPBallad 60
GuitarBallad 94
GuitarSerenade 106
LoveSong 70
NewR&BBallad 76
OrganBallad 78
PianoBallad 68
PopBallad 77
PowerBallad 60
Slow&Easy 64
BALLROOM - 17 Styles
9-8Waltz 100
ChaChaCha 128
EnglishWaltz 90
Foxtrot 184
Jive 176
OrganQuickstep 200
OrganSamba 124
OrganSwing 143
Pasodoble 122
Quickstep 200
Rumba 108
Samba 110
Slowfox 108
Swingfox 192
Tango 130
TraditionalWaltz 180
VienneseWaltz 186

COUNTRY - 15 Styles
Bluegrass 150
CntrySing-along 160
Country2-4 105
Country8Beat 148
CountryBallad 72
CountryPop 148
CountryRock 128
CountryShuffle 126
CountrySwing 130
CountryTwoStep 126
CountryWaltz 140
FingerPickin 94
Hoedown 128
ModernCntryBld 66
NewCountry 118
DANCE - 28 Styles
6-8Trance 155
70'sDisco1 120
70'sDisco2 117
70'sDiscoFunk 112
80'sDisco 120
ChartPop 104
ClassicHipHop 93
Clubdance 123
DiscoChocolate 106
DiscoHouse 126
DiscoPhilly 100
DreamDance 128
EuroHipHop 90
EuroTrance 140
FrenchHouse 123
Garage 127
Groundbeat 94
House 115
Ibiza2002 135
Ibiza2004 130
LatinDJ's 127
NewHipHop 85
NewR&B 98
RetroPop 128
SwingHouse 120
TechnoParty 132
TripHop 109
USPop 96
6-8SchlagerBld 71
AlpBallad1 63
AlpBallad2 55
DiscoFox 126
PartyPolka 106
PubPiano 126
ScandBugg 154
ScandCountry 156
ScandSlowRock 84
SchlagerAlp 128
SchlagerBeat 126
SchlagerPolka 130
SchlagerPop 120
SchlagerRock 126
SchlagerSamba 125
SchlagerShuffle 127
LATIN - 22 Styles
Beguine 113
BigBandMambo 104
BossaNova 140
BrazilianSamba 96
Calypso 112
Caribbean 106
CubanBolero 90
GuitarRumba 166
HappyReggae 88
LatinDisco1 124
LatinDisco2 100
Mambo 104
Montuno 100
PopBossa 150
PopLatin 103
RockChaCha 120
RumbaFlamenca 110
RumbaIsland 112
Salsa 106
SheriffReggae 92
SlowBossa 106
Tijuana 200
MOVIE&SHOW - 14 Styles
70'sTVTheme 120
ChristmasSwing 158
ChristmasWaltz 80
ClassicPianoBld 66
ModBrdwayBld 60
Moonlight6-8 50
MovieBallad 80
MovieDisco 108
MovieSwing 90
SaturdayNight 108
SecretService 80
Showtune 135
TapDanceSwing 125
WildWest 150
POP&ROCK - 24 Styles
60's8Beat 130
60'sGuitarPop 128
60'sRock1 152
60'sRock2 142
70's8Beat 182
8Beat 112
8BeatModern 92
BritPopSwing 110
BubblegumPop 128
Cool8Beat 100
FusionShuffle 92
GuitarPop 100
HardRock 116
HeartBeat 148
J-PopHit1 98
J-PopHit2 100
PopShuffle 90
Rock 110
RockBallad 72
RockShuffle 121
RootRock 128
SoftRock 75
SouthernRock 131
Unplugged 120
R&B - 26 Styles
6-8Soul 48
60'sRock&Roll 170
BlueberryBlues 96
BluesBallad 72
BluesRock 120
ComboBoogie 166
DetroitPop1 172
DetroitPop2 150
FranklySoul 128
GospelSisters 90
GospelSwing 110
JazzFunk 120
KoolFunk 104
LovelyShuffle 118
MotorCity 102
R&BBallad 86
Rock&Roll1 172
Rock&Roll2 176
SlowBlues 49
Soul 117
SoulBeat 124
SoulShuffle 106
Swingin'Boogie 178
Twist 174
WorshipMed 140
WorshipSlow 75
SWING&JAZZ - 28 Styles
40'sBigBand 82
AcousticJazz 152
Bebop 240
BigBandFast1 180
BigBandFast2 185
BigBandMed1 130
BigBandMed2 130
Charleston 206
CoolJazzBallad 70
Dixieland 224
EasyListening 72
FastJazz 205
Five-Four 168
GuitarSwing 232
JazzClub 164
JazzWaltzFast 194
JazzWaltzMed 180
JumpJive 200
MediumJazz 142
MidnightSwing 82
ModernJazzBld 61
MORSwing 102
OrchBigBand1 144
OrchBigBand2 133
OrchestraSwing1 126
OrchestraSwing2 152
OrganGroove 180
Ragtime 176
WORLD - 27 Styles
6-8March 120
BandaPolka 120
Cumbia 90
Enka 82
Flamenco 169
FolkRock 124
FrenchMusette 200
FrenchWaltz 196
GayGordons 190
GermanMarch 112
Hawaiian 100
HullyGully 126
ItalianMazurka 143
ItalianWaltz 175
MariachiWaltz 170
Norteno 120
OberPolka 128
OberWalzer 190
PopEnka 92
PopFlamenco 120
ScandWaltz 176
ScottishReel 112
Sirtaki 137
SpanishPaso 122
Tarantella 136
USMarch 116
Zouk 118

Listed below you will find, literally, thousands of styles that can be played on your PSR-3000 (or PSR-1500) keyboard. Additional PSR-3000 compatible styles can be found in the Gig Disk Section as well as in the Collections and Other Kbd sections. Of course, the easiest way to expand your style library is to order one or more of the PSR Tutorial Style CD-ROMs.


Onacimus Conversions for the PSR3000

You've seen some of Onacimus Sayaham's conversions on the PSR740 Styles page. Fortunately for PSR3000 users, in January of 2006, Onacimus purchased a PSR3000 and immediately started converting style sets for use on his new PSR-3000. You'll find almost 988 additional styles for your PSR3000 in the sections below. Onacimus' comments about conversion methodology are provided in each section. All of Onacimus' style conversions can also be found on the Onacimus' Conversions page. -- Joe Waters


I have converted the various PSR model styles for the use with the PSR3000 changing appropriate voices and volume levels to match the styles on the original keyboard. All the styles are in default tempos and have one touch settings (OTS). I was able to get the dance styles of previous model styles sounding well now in the 3000 by making note changes and also velocity changes only for ‘Dance Kit’ with the Edit function of the Style creator mode. Because the DanceKit drum sounds and arrangements of 3k are different from the previous models (Models before TYROS).

I made note of Gary Diamond's lesson on EQ settings and made my settings with slight changes of Gary's EQ suggestion for the PSR3000. My EQ values are:

Setting EQ1 EQ2 EQ3 EQ4 EQ5
Gain value 5 3 1 5 8
Q (bandwidth) 2.5 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.5
Frequency 500Hz 200Hz 900Hz 2.0kHz 10kHz

This setting is applicable to all of my conversions

Standard, Mega, and Mega Plus Collections

Many of the inidividual keyboard conversions show below have all been combined into three larger sets:

  • The Standard Style Collection includes the styles from the old, but great, Yamaha models PSR9000 9000Pro, PSR2000, PSR2100, PSR1500 and CVP209/210, which have a lot of Sweet!, Cool! and Live! voices.
  • The Mega Style Collection tackles the conversion process of styles from later keyboards that contain mega voices (Tyros. Tyros2, Tyros3, PSR-S700/S900, CVP309, CVP409). Many of the mega voices are available on the PSR-3000, so these conversions will provide 3000 owners with an excellent expansion of their style libraries.
  • Tthe MegaPlus Styles Collection has styles from the Tyros3, The PSR-S910/S710 and CVP509.

While these collections were developed for the PSR-3000, they will play on any of the subsequent Yamaha keyboards. Visit Onacimus' Conversions page for these collections. If you are interested in styles from only some of the above keyboards, see the conversions provided below.

PSR8000 Styles for the PSR3000

To my knowledge, the PSR8000 Keyboard (8K) is the first PSR keyboard that uses standard preset voices (including "Sweet" Voices) and XG voices in the accompaniment styles. The previous models used only General Midi voices.

PSR8000 styles have only two variations, but have four Fill-in's (AA, AB, BB & BA). If we load in "K" models, we will get only AA & BB Fill in along with the main A & B sections. The BA Fill-in appears in the Break section. We won't get the AB fill in, which has great punch that jumps from A section to B section in the PSR8000 and the models before 1999.

I found a remedy to recover the missing AB Fill-in by using Visual Styler © 2000 MojoFlux. Thanks to MojoFlux for that wonderful program. First, I set the keyboard model to PSR9000. Then, I opened a PSR8000 style and made the following conversion.

(First click the mouse in the first column and then click the mouse in the desired Section of the next column. Store the pattern and save in a different area.)

Conversion Pattern
Step0 = SInt, SInt Step8=Intro A, Intro B
Step1=Main A, Main A Step9=Ending A, Ending B
Step2=Fill In BA, Fill In AA Step10=Main B, Main C
Step3= Step11=Fill In AB, Fill In CC
Step4= Step12=Intro B, Intro C
Step5= Step13=Ending B, Ending C
Step6=Fill In AA, Fill In BB Step14=
Step7= Step15=Fill In BB, Fill In DD

The reason why I missed the Main B & D is that, first, I copied the Main A of the 8K style to Main A & B of the destination area and Main B of 8K to Main C & D of destination. If we play in any "K" models, the A and C section plays properly, but the B & D sections produce different sound (Dis-Chord). So I sought the help of The Style Creator function in my Keyboard. In the Basic mode I checked the pattern length of Main A and changed the length of Main B accordingly also in Main C to Main D. If we leave Main B & D as blank, the Fill in Pattern BB (AA) and DD (BB) will be silent during style play back. Then, I went to the assembling mode in the Style Creator function and copied the contents of A & C to B & D. The Ending A in 'K' models ends with Auto Fill in. So I copied Intro, Ending A to B and B to C. Here, I skipped the break section. Thus, I made 8k Styles as 4V styles. All the styles are unique to 8k. Most of the styles are very similar to PSR 740 and PSR 730, but are outstanding. All the styles are in default tempos and have OTS. Here I made volume adjustments and voice changes (to XG/GM voices).

239 PSR8000 Styles to PSR3000 (Updated 12/12/09) *
Ballad (28) Ballroom (24) Country (18) Dance (42) Latin (25)
PopRock (40) RhyBlues (16) SwingJazz (18) World (22) Pianist (7)

* I have updated these styles by revoicing many voices to the Sweet, Live & Cool voices. I also did a lot of leveling and remapping of the drums. This style set should work well on the 3000 as well as the later keyboards (Tyros1,2,3 and PSR-S900, PSR-S910).

PSR9000 and 9000Pro Styles for the PSR3000

(10/19/06) Here I changed the velocity of individual drums, especially in dance kits. One day, I happened to view and play PSR9000 (9K) for one hour. Most of the styles use StyleLiveStandardKit (127-000-123) and StyleLiveFunkKit (127-000-124). I found that the drum kit with prg number 123 is the same as StdKit1 of 3K and 124 is same as StdKit2 of 3K. In my previous conversions, I changed all the drum voices to StdKit1. But now styles with prg no. 124 have been changed to StdKit2 in 3K. Now, all the styles sound very good. Also, in 9K Preset Panel Styles there are 10 additional styles. 5 Metronome and 5 BassChordHold in the Ballroom section. I added these in a separate folder.

276 PSR9000 Styles to PSR3000
23 Styles
17 Styles
20 Styles
38 Styles
25 Styles
36 Styles
23 Styles
25 Styles
24 Styles
35 Styles
10 Styles

9000PRO Styles for the PSR3000

(10/19/06) YAMAHA introduced an upgraded version of the PSR9000 as the 9000Pro in 2000. I do not know about the special features. But I noted that there are additional new voices (not in 9K) such as Live!Piano, AlohaGuitar, CarlosGtr, Live!Acro(Allegro), Sweet!MuteTrp, Sweet!Flugel, Live!Horns(HyperBrs), Live!Brass(PopBrass), Live!OctBrs and some additional voices not in 3k. Also 8 additional DrumKit voices including PopLainKit and CubanKit.

I viewed all the styles through Michael's MIDI Player Program. Then I made changes in tracks as well as in OTS acordingly. Here I revoiced the rhy tracks with Prg no 80/83/123/125 (LiveStyStd+P) to StdKit1 of 3k; 81/84/124/126 (LiveStyFunk+P) to StdKit2 of 3k; 82/85 (LiveBrush+P) to BrushKit of 3k. Also Styles like Beguine, Bolero, Mambo, Rumba, etc ere with PopLatin & Cuban Kits.

All the styles are same as 9k. Differentiations are made by the additional standard voices of 9kPro. But there are two aditional unique styles in S&J category, 'JazzSinger and 'VocalSwing'. They use Live!Vocal (000-114-053) I revoiced to Live!Gospel of 3k.

278 9000Pro Styles to PSR3000
23 Styles
17 Styles
20 Styles
38 Styles
25 Styles
36 Styles
23 Styles
27 Styles
24 Styles
35 Styles
10 Styles
278 9000 (Version 2) Styles to PSR3000 (12/12/09)*
25 Styles
29 Styles
20 Styles
38 Styles
25 Styles
34 Styles
23 Styles
27 Styles
20 Styles
35 Styles

* I have already sent PSR9000 styles for the 3k, but this set is different. I revoiced the voices to the standard of PSR 9000PRO with Sweet, Live & Cool voices. I also did some drum leveling and remapping. This set should also work well on later models (TYROS1, 2, 3, S900, and S910).

PSR2000/2100 Styles for the PSR3000

I have completed the conversions of the PSR2000 & PSR2100 Styles for the PSR3000. There are 209 Styles (181 Panel + 28 Floppy) in 2000 and 203 styles in 2100 conversions. Here, I changed the drum kit voices of Rhythm tracks as StyleStantardKit to StantardKit1 and StyleBrushKit to BrushKit.

In the PSR2000 conversion, I changed voices in accompaniment tracks as well as in OTS to GM-NylonGuitar, XG-MellowGuitar (for JazzGuitar), XG-Mandolin, etc in order to produce sounds similar to the PSR2000 voices. All the styles are in Basic, Pro, Session and PianoComboformats.

209 PSR2000 Styles for the PSR3000
21 Styles
17 Styles
18 Styles
29 Styles
27 Styles
24 Styles
22 Styles
28 Styles
23 Styles

In PSR2100, most of the Styles are the same as PSR2000. But I have changed the voices to Stantard Sweet, Live and Cool voices in tracks and OTS in order to differentiation from the 2K. GrandPiano = LiveGrandPiano, NylonGuitar = LiveClassic and LiveNylon, JazzGuitar = CoolJazzGuitar, Mandolin = SweetMandolin, JazzOrgan1 = CoolJazzOrgan, Mussete = Steirisch, ModernHarp = SweetHarmonica, Oboe = SweetOboe, SoloViolin = SweetViolin, MuteTrumpet = SweetMuteTrumpet, BrassSection = LiveHyperBrass, PopBrass = LivePopBrass, BigBrass = LiveOctaveBrass, and so on.

203 PSR2100 Styles for the PSR3000
17 Styles
16 Styles
18 Styles
29 Styles
21 Styles
26 Styles
17 Styles
10 Styles
22 Styles
27 Styles

CVP209/210 Styles for the PSR3000

In addition to PSR2000 and PSR2100 styles for the PSR3000 conversions, I have converted the additional styles from CVP209 styles, that is, styles that are not in the PSR2000 and PSR2100. I have also included some Latin styles that are already provided in the PSR2000 (Bolero, Mambo, Rumba, Salas, etc) because they use the 'CubanKit' and 'PopLatinKit'. All together, I have converted 140 additional styles.

In the zip files here, I included PopRock & Ballad in a single category called Pop&Ballad. Latin and Ballroom are both included in the Latin category.

154 CVP209 Styles for the PSR3000
19 Styles
10 Styles
24 Styles
21 Styles
6 Styles
24 Styles
15 Styles
35 Styles
345 CVP210 Styles for the PSR3000 (12/12/09) *
31 Styles
39 Styles
41 Styles
39 Styles
24 Styles
35 Styles
28 Styles
35 Styles
27 Styles
29 Styles
17 Styles

* I have converted all CVP 210 styles for 3k and other similar models because models like the 9000, CVP 209, 210 and TYROS1 use lots of live percussion kits. The top ones are Live Standard, Live Funk and Live Brush kit. The same sound of Live Standard kit of the above models are given as StandardKit1 of 3k and later models including the Tyris2. Similarly, LiveFunkKit sounds the same as StandardKit2, LiveBrushKit as BrushKit, and Cuban and PopLatinKit. All these styles sound good in my 3k and should also work well in later models.


PSR740 and PSR730 Styles for the PSR3000

I have completed the PSR740 conversions for the PSR3000. I added the OTS as I noted from each of the internal styles of the 740. All the styles are now in the default tempo setting. Some of the voices of previous models are missing in the PSR3000, so I replaced them with similar voices (with similar sound) e.g.: NylonGuitar2 from XG/GM section for SpanishGuitar, MellowGuitar from XG/GM for JazzGuitar (Regular). Some voices are the same but have a different name. e.g. SlapGuitar in 740 is the DeepChorus in the PSR3000. I was able to get the dance styles sounding well now in the 3000 by making note changes with the Edit function of the Style creator mode. I did not have to change the voices of the Rhythm tracks, but I did made volume adjustments here and also in other tracks where necessary. I named some of the styles as Basic (.bcs), Pro (.prs) and Pianist (.pst) in Pianist section.

The reason for changing the voices to GM/XG in 740 conversion is that some of the voices of old models (PSR740, PSR9000, PSR2000) are missing in the PSR3000. AcoGrandPiano (000-112-000/001) is brighter than LivePiano (000-113-000/001) that sounds similar in XG/GM section (000-000-000/001). The sound of SpanishGuitar in old models is absent in PSR3000 panel voices, but I found a similar sound in the XG/GM section, the NylonGuitar2. So I made voice changes accordingly. Also, JazzGuitar is similar to MelowGuitar of XG/GM.

I made note of Gary Diamond's lesson on EQ settings and made my settings with slight changes of Gary's EQ suggestion for the PSR3000. My EQ values are:

  EQ1 EQ2 EQ3 EQ4 EQ5
Gain value 5 3 1 5 8
Q(bandwidth Styles 2.5 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.5
Frequency 500Hz 200Hz 900Hz 2.0KHz 10kHz

After setting the EQ, I then made necessary volume adjustmets in each tracks of all styles.

I categorised all 170 Styles as [01]Pop&Rock, [02]Ballad, [03]Dance, [04]Swing&Jazz, [05]R&B, [06]Country, [07]Latin, [08]Ballroom, [09]World and [10]Pianist.

PSR740 to PSR3000
01-Pop&Rock 02-Ballad 03-Dance 04-Swing&Jazz 05-R&B
06-Country 07-Latin 08-Ballroom 09-World 10-Pianist

PSR-730 4-variation Styles for the PSR3000

(3 March 2010) I have completed the PSR730 4-variation styles for the PSR-3000 and later keyboards. In these conversions, I balanced the volume levels, added DSP effects, changed many GM voices to Panel voices (according to the standard of 730) and other XG voices that sound better. I also added OTS (as per each 730 & 530 styles) by taking notes from each keyboard's preset styles. But I changed some similar voices. I used only one extraordinary voice (Sweet Trumpet) in style tracks as well as OTS, because PSR 730 uses Sweet Trumpet. The conversion methodology is similar to the 8000 style conversions. All 112 styles are in 9 categories.

112 PSR730 4V styles for the PSR3000
Full Set


PSR1700 and PSR620 Styles for the PSR3000

These XG styles are from my old favorite PSR700 and PSR620. I made these like the PSR8000 conversions using Visual Styler. PSR1700 has Intro and Ending A & B, but PSR620 has only B. So I copied A from the PSR7000 styles, which are similar to each of the 620 styles. All these styles were originally in GM voices. To sound better, I have changed some voices to YAMAHA XG voices. These are usable in PSR3000 but they can also be used in the Tyros, Tyros2, 9000, 2100, 2000, 1500, 1100 & 1000. These styles have Intros B & C, Endings B & C and have 4 Variations. - OS

179 PSR1700 and PSR620 Styles for the PSR3000
26 Styles
10 Styles
24 Styles
12 Styles
21 Styles
16 Styles
31 Styles
21 Styles
18 Styles

Standard Styles for the PSR-1500

(30 October 2011) Back in 2007, Onacimus did a number of conversions from various Yamaha keyboards specifically for use on the PSR-2000 and the PSR-2100. He also provided a similar set of conversions for the PSR-1500. We do not have a page specifically for PSR-1500 owners and this set was not added to the PSR Tutorial at that time. I have "rediscovered" these conversions and am adding them to this PSR-3000 styles page. --Joe Waters

(9/20/07) I made these collections of styles from the PSR9000, 9000Pro, PSR2100, PSR1500, CVP210, CVP307 and the PSR740 floppy disk for the benifit of PSR-1500 owners. I thoroughly checked the 21k styles and selected various styles with a similar from the above models, which have no Mega Voices. I selected many styles from PSR 9000 and 9000Pro that are not in the 21k and also slightly different from the 21k styles. I've collected all new CVP 210 additional styles and also the new PSR1500 styles. In addition to that, I've added the 740 floppy styles that have four variations and also Break Fill in. I copied the Intros and Endings B to C and filled the missed section (B) from PSR8000.

I brought all of these together in one large collection. I made voice changes in tracks as well as in OTS to stantard panel voices acording to the availablity of PSR-1500 voices. I also made volume adjustments as needed. Very interestingly, many styles appear as 'Session' and 'Piano Compo' as in CVP and PSR-1500. Finally, I arranged them into 10 categories (BassCHold and Metronone styles were put in the Ballroom category). novie&Show 16 Entertainer 6 B&C 10

-- Onacimus

387 Styles for the PSR-1500
Ballad (38) Ballroom (20) Country (24) Dance (48)
Entertainer (6) Latin (29) Movie&Show (16) Pianist (52)
Pop&Rock (43) R&B (34) SwingJazz (41) World (26)
BCH&Metro (10)

Click here for an Excel file with a list of all the styles and the source keyboards.

Henni's Favorite PSR3000 Styles

Below are 300+ of Henni's absolute most favourite styles tweaked to the best of his abilities for my PSR3K. (Note: I've regrouped the 315 files into a number of categories to limit the size of each of the zip files. Note that, in addition to the styles listed below, you will find many more styles from Henni's collections on Henni's Collections Page for PSR-3000 owners. These also work very well for keyboard introduced after the PSR-3000.. - JW)

46 styles
30 styles
32 styles
15 styles
36 styles
28 styles
27 styles
24 styles
20 styles
47 styles

Henni's Tyros 3 Onboard Styles Converted for PSR3K

(9 January 2009) These are converted Tyros 3 onboard styles, tweaked very heavily. I've transposed all the bass voices, added proper voices to all bass voices, changed volume settings and voices used for many, many other voices and changed drum volumes for all styles. Converting the styles is actually a lot of work. Some convert more or less o.k. with Jorgens version 2, others with version 4. Then I rescale the bass voices, tweak the other voices, volumes and find the correct guitars, which is the most difficult part. I'm sure others can improve on these results, but, hopefully, these will give you a good start on your own tweaking. (Update: 1/9/09 -- all the OTS settings have now been assigned correctly; newer versions have been added for Tyros 3 unique styles)

50 styles
25 styles
31 styles
51 styles
36 styles
42 styles
49 styles
71 styles
47 styles
55 styles
54 styles

This page updated on February 26, 2014 .