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PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: Mod/Custom Firmware for the S970
« Last post by computec1349 on Today at 05:12:31 PM »
Can you please share the link for where you purchased and downloaded the pack? also, have they made this available to the new S975? did you pay with credit card or paypal?

If this is legit,  then please share details, many will be excited by this pack and firmware, so why are they holding back from make it official with enough details.

This is how I paid for paypal, the seller asked me for the serial number and the .n27 file. Very courteous and helpful.

The email to which I contacted is
Totally safe friends!

The link of the Demo.
Tyros 4 (SFF2) / Re: Tyros 4 Music Finder
« Last post by tyrosaurus on Today at 05:09:05 PM »
Hi Chuck,

You say that you have a couple of hundred registrations for songs, but you have four or five folders for songs beginning with the letter 'S'.

A folder on the Tyros4 can fold up to 500 items, which will be displayed on the selection screen in alphabetical order.

Are you saying that you have 2000-2500 registrations just for songs beginning with 'S'?

When you say 'registrations' do you actually mean individual registrations or registration banks?


Hi Anand

I recently was setting up registrations to remember mike/effect settings for guitar thro Genos, which did not work at first (no effects) and yet worked after I ticked the song box. I have not got my head around why yet, but worth a try??

Tyros 4 (SFF2) / Re: Tyros 4 Music Finder
« Last post by mgbchuck on Today at 04:50:20 PM »
Howdy Fred........... thanks for the info.  I also have a couple hundred registrations that I have created.... in folders alphabetically. So.... can my registrations that I have made be saved in the Music Finder?  I was told before.... that these couldn't be saved.  It would be so good to be able to go up to the music finder.... and find the specific registration.  Right now.... I have to go to my folders.... but I might have 4-5 folders just for songs beginning with the letter "S".  So.... I have to go through all these folders.... just to find the song.  Most of the time.... I have my set lists finished... and set up in a program called "Tyros Registrations". This way I go from one song to the next with no delay.  However.... sometimes someone will request a song that is not in the set list.... and we want to play it for them.... but it takes some searching for it.
Anyway........... Thanks for you help....

Chuck Lyons
Genos - General / Re: This glitch in Genos is anoying me.
« Last post by Joe H on Today at 04:39:48 PM »
It's not a problem with Genos, it's a limitation of MIDI.  I'm sure there is a way to eliminate the problem by adding a second MIDI Bus, thereby allowing the DSP to complete its algorithm or sustain.  It shouldn't be too difficult to fix.

Joe H
PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: Mod/Custom Firmware for the S970
« Last post by Toril S on Today at 04:34:54 PM »
Stay clear! Smells fishy!
PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: Mod/Custom Firmware for the S970
« Last post by Joe H on Today at 04:32:25 PM »
There is a saying... "If it sounds too good to be true; it probably is"   I would not install a third-party OS on my S970 even if it was free.


Joe H
PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: problem with my psr-s975
« Last post by Joe H on Today at 04:27:57 PM »
I suspect the S975 has a new operating system different from the S970.  I'm sure the code was ported over, but there are some differences that allow new features.

I would report this to Yamaha Tech Support so it can be addressed.

Joe H
Genos - General / Re: Whhat is your workflow for creating a song?
« Last post by erbis on Today at 04:22:59 PM »
In my case it is different.
I write now how I created 2,500 compositions in less than five years.
1 /. I choose the right style, which must encourage me to improvise. Either it has an interesting intro or the accompaniment runs are interesting or interesting rhythm.
2 /. I match the right style, in my opinion, the right hand sound, I choose pads or multipads and record the OTS sequences.
3 / .I turn on recording the song and at the same time I start to play. This is improvisation.
As I play, I change rhythmic rhythms, I have to take care of the correct chords and at the same time I create a melody - a song.
4 /. After a few minutes I have a ready composition.
5 /. I write it on a pendrive and transfer it to the computer desktop. I check the duration
and I choose the right photos from my own collection for the melody.
6 / .I start Photo Story 3 for Windows (free program).
7 / .With the help of the program, I create a slide show with music, which is always my next composition.
8 /. The final screening is on YouTube. And that's all.
Genos - General / Re: Playlist question
« Last post by pjd on Today at 04:12:48 PM »
Hi Lee --

I recommend using "USB Storage Mode", Genos Reference Manual, page 151. USB Storage Mode makes the Genos appear to be a USB flash drive. Files, including playlists, can be copied back and forth between a personal computer and Genos.

You'll find some information about the Genos folder structure in this thread:,42137.msg332131.html#msg332131

I described the playlist (TSV) file format in this thread:,42832.0.html

Hope this helps -- pj
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