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Well I found the file and I decided to post it here for anyone interested.  YEP files are used for the PSR A2000 and PSR 950 keyboards.

The download includes the Yamaha Voice Editor setup.exe, (must be installed), the portable Style Organizer program (does not need to be installed, the pdf Expansion Voice Editor Owner’s Manual and the Ultimate EDM pack in both YEP and YEM format.  The pack contains both EDM Voices and EDM styles. Just unzip and install.  There is a text readme file included.  With the editor you can copy Voices from one window (by loading different packs) to another to create a custom pack.  Enjoy.


https://app.box.com/s/jcsf0sj7eq7qwfv3sk6idp48gqw8joo2

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I once had the editor, but I can't find it anywhere now.  I did find the pdf user manual, but I'm not sure if I still have the program.  I will keep looking, it may be on my spare MIDI computer.  If I find it I will let you know via a PM for you to download.  I will be back in touch.  If I can't find the program I will post again to let you know.

Joe H
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PSR-SX900/SX700/SX600 / Re: Upgraded to SX900
« Last post by Danny1972 on Yesterday at 01:50:56 PM »
Just upgraded from SX700, have been well pleased with its performance, but after listening to an SX900 which certainly ticked all the boxes on sound quality and extra features, I decided on. To add extra dynamic range to the overall sound, I purchased a Yamaha sub to complement the lower audio range.
Iím very pleased having made this switch. 🙂

Congrats on the upgrade, you will loads of fun with it. I have all 3 of the SX keyboards in the series and I really enjoy playing on them, they all offer something different.
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Strings in the legacy folder are too synthetic, and strings in the nominal folder are too harsh as soon as they are played at a higher velocity level than the lowest ones.
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Genos - General / Re: Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by Bill on Yesterday at 12:15:22 PM »
Hi Denn

Yes, if the G1 has not already been updated you can easily download and update it. Just like any OS Update. Incidentally the G1 is great.  Now is a great time to purchase, so many available SH.  They donít normally advertise as G1v2 simply Genos 1.

Slightly off track but a video for you to enjoy

https://youtu.be/yrYRWt9Uve8?si=2KNN3DiP9bNiTCVH

Bill
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Genos - General / Re: Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by Denn on Yesterday at 11:52:32 AM »
Thanks Bill for your reply. So if I bought a Genos1 then can I upgrade it to V2.1 and get all the extras? The 3Gb sounds good and the extras seem like it is a totally different kbd. Have looked for a Genos V2 but they don't seem to come to light.
Denn.
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Genos - General / Re: Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by DerekA on Yesterday at 11:47:21 AM »
It was a software-only update, which was much appreciated because unusually, it actually added something useful rather that just the usual "fixed vario0s bugs".

The main things it added were the chord looper (brand new feature) and it "unlocked" more expansion memory taking it to 3GB total.

It also included a free YEM pack called "Genos Superior Pack" which bundled together a bunch of stuff from some existing premium packs and some voices that were new on the SX900. This was before all the YEM packs were free.
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Genos - General / Re: Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by Bill on Yesterday at 11:33:21 AM »
Hi Denn

There is no physical difference V2 was a massive upgrade provided free by Yamaha. It also allowed you to use a large collection of styles using the upgraded voices.

Have a look at the Yamaha info on link below,  scroll down to see full content.

https://uk.yamaha.com/en/products/musical_instruments/keyboards/arranger_workstations/genos/update.html#product-tabs

Bill
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Genos - General / Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by Denn on Yesterday at 11:28:40 AM »
What is the difference between the Genos 1 and the Genos1 V2?
Denn
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