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PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: Bulk delete from Music Finder
« Last post by tyrosaurus on Today at 06:54:18 PM »
In fact this can only be done on a computer!  On the keyboard itself you can only delete one record at a time and this is very tedious if you have more than a few to delete!

If you save the contents of your current Music Finder as a '.mfd' file to a USB drive, you can then transfer the drive to a computer (PC only) and load the file into a program such as Michael Bedesem's 'MusicFinderView', which can be downloaded from this link... 

 https://www.psrtutorial.com/MB/musicfinderview.html

It is simple to modify the file in the program as you wish, and then save the modified file back to USB.

Finally after connecting the USB to the keyboard, you can load the modified '.mfd' file back into the MF.


Regards

Ian
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Genos - General / Re: USB question
« Last post by Bob88 on Today at 06:41:41 PM »
   Finally someone  has identified the problem.  Thank you Pianoman.  Bob
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PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Bulk delete from Music Finder
« Last post by YammyFan on Today at 06:40:36 PM »
I would like to make more room on my Music Finder.  I already know how to delete individual things, but if I wish to delete a whole batch , such as  "Disco Pop" which I never use , is there a way to do it on my PSR750?
I'm fairly sure that I can't do it on my laptop.
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I play both keyboards and guitar, so I was wondering if a BOSS RC 300 Loop Station could be used to trigger the songs I have sequenced, on my S770. I would like to play both rhythm and lead guitar and it is a little tricky, with just two hands.
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PSR-3000/1500 (SFF1) / Re: What is a PSR-3000 worth?
« Last post by RetroDuo on Today at 06:07:55 PM »
Still holding on to the PSR 3000. Thinking about selling it and the S770 and making a move to the 970. Opinions?
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PSR-3000/1500 (SFF1) / Re: What is a PSR-3000 worth?
« Last post by RetroDuo on Today at 06:05:29 PM »
OK, let's make a deal now.

Although  i don't know the condition of your 3K board

I'll pay you 2 pounds and you pay the shipping costs.  Deal ?

Placing a value on something you own is tough because in reality the market sets the price and with electronic gear the age of the electronic gear is a huge factor.  The older the gear the selling price goes down down down to nearly zero.   Let's say that  after you buy it used  the power supply goes wonkey or that display screen goes south where do get replacements  for those two significant parts ?

Two pounds of gold and it's a deal. 8)
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Genos - General / Re: Genos clinics
« Last post by pjd on Today at 05:57:46 PM »
By the way, any of you guys making to the 2018 winter NAMM ?

Hello Heratch --

Welcome to the forum! Hope to see you in New England, too.

I'd love to go to winter NAMM. This year, it's jury duty.  :o

All the best -- pj   (Paul Drongowski)
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PSR-E Series / Re: Power supply problem
« Last post by arvacon on Today at 05:54:17 PM »
I finally visited the store today, as I had another work at the city. They asked the old one back and they gave me a new one.
When I came home, I checked this with the multimeter and I just saw that this is not a stabilized power supply, as it says that is is 12v but it sends 16.5volts on output.

Can someone with a multimeter, please confirm if your power supply from your E-series keyboard sends 12volts or more on output?

I just would like to see if this is also defective or if they are all non stabilized.
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Genos - General / Re: Genos clinics
« Last post by Mazeka on Today at 05:18:22 PM »
Christophermoment: Thank you for the warm compliments.
stephenm52: Will do.

By the way, any of you guys making to the 2018 winter NAMM ?

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Thanks, it is nice to know I am able to edit the melodies. Although it seems this needs to basically be done from scratch, I was hoping that Yamaha provided additional variations for the auto accomp in the display panel somewhere. That was what I am used to from the older keyboards. It's too bad they removed that feature, as well as a Custom Drummer variation slider (like on the PSS 560), although it was limited to presets, it was a quick way to edit and always sounded perfect.

I do like the features I used on the PSR-S 770, I am still going to test this keyboard out more before making a decision.

I'll test out the mix and match as well on the style creator. Will also find out if I can customize the voices and make other unique voices from them.
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