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The only difference is that working with the touchscreen makes it a bit easier. I think the underlying technique of the playlists is the same.

Ton37 as long as i can scroll and select songs rapidly I'm happy...
when I had my Genos, Sx900, Sx700 I always just used REG banks to select songs...
but this time with the SX600 I will try the playlist method.
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The only difference is that working with the touchscreen makes it a bit easier. I think the underlying technique of the playlists is the same.
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I was also battling with the playlist on SX600 at the begin and find it still complicated

Don't get a grip on it from the screens on the sx600 after not practising it for some months ago

It is only by carefuly studying the manual that you can decipher how it works or a good video
There was a point i did the handling of the playlist correct, but right now ..i must find it out again

Note: i don't know if this playlist handling is much easier on sx700/900? if yes then SX600 is not userfriendly
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Tyros 5 (SFF2) / Re: Change voice of a registration
« Last post by JoJaBo on Today at 07:37:42 PM »
Hello Adrian,
There is a posibility to chance almost everything in a registration, including individual voices, style, tempo, etc.
On "https://psrtutorial.com/util/best.html" you will find a program called "Yamaha Registration Manager".
The autor is "Murray Best".
It's a Windows-program. English documentation is available.
Perhaps this program can solve your problem.
Greetings,
Johan
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I was saying, on the SX600 you can record directly to a USB drive, but I don't think you can on the 700/900. Can you on the A5000, or would I have to record on the keyboard and transfer it to a flash drive?

On A5000, SX900/700 and of course also on Genos, you can record Audio either to the internal User drive or directly to the connected USB stick.

Please refer also to section "Song Recording" in the relevant Owner's Manual (e.g. in A5000 Owner's Manual on page 88, or in SX900/700 Owner's Manual on page 85).

You can download all manuals very quickly via the Manual Library on the Yamaha Support page:
>>> https://uk.yamaha.com/en/support/manuals/index.html?l=en&c=keyboards&k=psr-a5000


Best regards,
Chris
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ckobu.......thanx for your help..
I am on my way to success with the playlist feature. :)
I appreciate you.

take care
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Fred your probably right.......it was mostly the confusion of learning that the playlist is saving a REG folder first....
then it can be opened in the playlist to see all the contents....
I guess I was under the impression like the songbook feature on my KORG arrangers where the songs are openly listed to play singularly with  the Reg folder step added by Yamaha to open confused me a bit. Now I think I have the concept.
No matter how you look at it it is a necessity for the player for sure and makes search vs reg pages much faster....
Thank you
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The SX600 records and plays Audio only in Wave format (.wav). On SX900/700 and A5000 you can also record and play Audio in MP3 format.


Best regards,
Chris
I was saying, on the SX600 you can record directly to a USB drive, but I don't think you can on the 700/900. Can you on the A5000, or would I have to record on the keyboard and transfer it to a flash drive?
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Tyros 5 (SFF2) / Re: Change voice of a registration
« Last post by Fred Smith on Today at 03:59:05 PM »
My second question today, you might think I should know everything about registrations by now after having the keyboard for many years
All my registrations have the style that want for the whole bank Set in the first button ie No 1
Sometimes I want to change the voice only in that first registration without altering anything else
Which boxes should I tick in the group select box so that I only change the voice in that first reg leaving the style the same
Adrian

Adrian,

It looks like I may have misread your post.

There’s no way you can selectively change one registration button (ie, change the voices but leave everything else in that button as is). If you re-memorize a button, you must check all the boxes that you want that button to remember.

The easiest way is to load the button, make the voice changes, then re-memorize, ensuring all the appropriate boxes are checked.

Hope this helps,
Fred
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Tyros 5 (SFF2) / Re: Change voice of a registration
« Last post by keyplayer on Today at 03:48:32 PM »
Correct. The OP does not want the style changed, therefore does not want the Style box checked.

Cheers,
Fred

Hi Fred, having thought about this I can now see that I'm assuming (wrongly?) the OP wants to change the voice permanently and save the whole bank to use another time, in which case if he hasn't checked the style box when re-saving the 1st registration he will find the style is no longer there when he goes back to use that bank again.
If he only wants to change the voice for a one off use of the bank at that particular time then I agree he doesn't need to check the style box when saving the 1st registration.
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