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PSR-SX900 and PSR-SX700 / Re: My equalization settings SX900
« Last post by blackpool on Today at 11:56:44 AM »
Thanks En. I will have a play around with that later.

So many combinations and permutations .... I suppose every body uses different settings. I usually tweak the factory ones. I find like reverb it can change so much in a different place. I find it's also handy to have reverb on a live control to help with the end sound.

Keith
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PSR-E Series / Re: PSR-EW300 Accompaniment question
« Last post by SciNote on Today at 11:21:03 AM »
Is this even the case if you start the style/rhythm running?  Because if so, that seems odd.  At the very least, you should be getting a whole background with various instruments if you play left-hand chords and have auto-accompaniment (ACMP) switched on and have the style/rhythm running.

Normally, I would say that next time I'm at a music store, I would see if they have an EW300 and see what it does, but unfortunately, right now we're going to be under a stay-at-home order due to COVID-19, so I doubt the music store is even open at this time, so it will likely be a while before I can check out an EW300 in person.

And remember, with the split voice, with ACMP switched off, you can still put whatever voice you want on the left-hand part of the keyboard while selecting a different voice for the right-hand part, but of course, you won't get automatic easy-play chords that way.  Are you able to switch the octave of the split voice?  Because if so, then that helps because you could raise the octave of the split voice so that your chords don't sound "muddy" by playing too many low bass notes that are too close together, but then you won't have much bass in your music, in general.
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PSR-SX900 and PSR-SX700 / Re: My equalization settings SX900
« Last post by rene on Today at 11:16:33 AM »
thanks for your settings
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Genos - General / Re: Renaming Style/Registration relationship
« Last post by Dave Nuttall on Today at 10:16:06 AM »
they can also tag the styles also multi pads also  ;) :)

HOW is a tag created/applied to a style or pad?
Does SEARCH work relative to tags?

TIA.
Dave
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PSR-SX900 and PSR-SX700 / Re: Swingin' Jazz cover
« Last post by ton37 on Today at 09:01:53 AM »
Thnx Roger, I knew the tune but not its name.  ;)
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Thanks, all. Very helpful.

Pano, I've decided to use the registrations from the Superior pack, as they've done all the work, and I like their voices.

Mike, thanks for the suggestion to slow down the "minutes seem like hours part"

Mark, the video helped a lot. I chose his 106 tempo for the song.

My next problem is the chording. On my version of the sheet music, there's a sequence A A7 E7-5 D7. Aside from the fact I can't play, in time, a E7-5 chord, it doesn't sound right. What's a good substitute for a 7-5 chord?

Thanks,
Fred

Hi Fred,

Thank you for starting this thread. And please share what you are using when your happy with it.  I would love to ear it,

Kind Regards

Colin
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Yes, these styles are on the Genos.
"Romantic Movie" is in the section called Movies and Shows.
"Rhumba" is in the section called Ballroom.

Mike calls these user styles because he changes the OTS settings of the styles and renames them with the song title.
But they are really Genos (and Tyros) styles.

Romantic movie is a free play style without rhythm or percussion on my genos.  IS there something that needs turning on please?
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Fred

I just can't imagine it being sung at 76 bpm. Maria would have fallen asleep by the second verse.

Tyros5 MF version uses Rumba2 at 108 bpm. The OTS voices are OK with that version. I'd use the OTS1 strings as Variation D for a 'big' ending.

I play it with a Beguine style at 108 bpm but most 8 beat Latin rhythms work well.

You might want to try playing it in G major. Here's a link to my version:

https://1drv.ms/b/s!AiisGbr-EaJagqUHwA8Uq6tUyBbGmQ?e=ojTtOB

The A7b5, which I do think is necessary, is really easy to play if you're playing A7 as G A C# E. Just move your left thumb from E to Eb.

Cheers

Chris

Thanks Chris,

I have the version from Wiki music sheets, it's in a different key, 

Fred where did you find your copy please?

Regards

Colin
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Fred

I just can't imagine it being sung at 76 bpm. Maria would have fallen asleep by the second verse.

Tyros5 MF version uses Rumba2 at 108 bpm. The OTS voices are OK with that version. I'd use the OTS1 strings as Variation D for a 'big' ending.

I play it with a Beguine style at 108 bpm but most 8 beat Latin rhythms work well.

You might want to try playing it in G major. Here's a link to my version:

https://1drv.ms/b/s!AiisGbr-EaJagqUHwA8Uq6tUyBbGmQ?e=ojTtOB

The A7b5, which I do think is necessary, is really easy to play if you're playing A7 as G A C# E. Just move your left thumb from E to Eb.

Cheers

Chris



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Tyros 5 (SFF2) / Re: Can someone please upload their T5 .n27
« Last post by BogdanH on Today at 07:48:51 AM »
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