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Genos - General / Re: First Gig With Genos
« Last post by Lee Batchelor on Yesterday at 06:51:09 PM »
Ah, I too remember those days Gary. You're one or two up on me. My heaviest PA was two 15 inch Yorkville Pulse PR 350s. They were great speakers and only 70 pounds each, but I had to place them on top of speaker stands.

I love the weight of the Bose Compacts. The only problem I have is, in the the seniors' venues, the old folks love to come over for a chat after the show and lean on the speakers like a friggin' lamp post!! Bob (my music buddy - guitar and vocals) and I have taken to packing gear bags around the base of the Bose so people can't get close enough.

I've even had people come over, stand right beside a Compact, and ask where my speakers are!!?? How times and gear have changed!!
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PSR-3000/1500 (SFF1) / Re: usb stick not working like tutorial
« Last post by ekurburski on Yesterday at 06:26:39 PM »
Gary, I know that I can only see what I'm  looking at.  Not that simple.  The stick that you sent with the kb seems to be working fine.  I am trying to follow the instructions on the site for the file systems.  I d'led the files ExFiles and saved it to a new stick.  I did not do anything else.   I did not format the stick.  I can see the the file ExFiles on the stick and its contents on my computer.  When I insert it into the kb I can see that I have a usb stick but when I go to the different menus they are all empty.  I also tried to save the Garys usb to an empty stick but the kb doesn't seem see that at all.  I have been getting around on the stick you sent and am finding the files you had on it. 

I didn't want to try and save anything to that stick as I have not been able to copy it and back it up.  I would hate to screw it up and not have the stuff you sent with it. 

I hate to admit it but I'm afraid I'm going to have to bother you and call you and have you walk me through it.  Didn't want to admit I'm to dumb to figure this out myself.  Have to go to see Doc in the am tomorrow but might try and call you in afternoon if you don't mind.

Earl
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Genos - General / Re: DON'T LAUGH PLEASE :(
« Last post by mikecruiser on Yesterday at 05:59:45 PM »
Maybe Yamaha should make another high end instrument with all the features of Genos and Montage on board?

A Genos with 76 weighted keys would be the ultimate stage piano/arranger.  The one board could literally do everything!
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Genos - General / Re: Using external USB midi controller plugged into Genos
« Last post by markstyles on Yesterday at 05:57:10 PM »
Thanx guys
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5 more GENOS styles (4 Dance and 1 upgraded Movie&Show). I have upgraded 80'sChristmasPop by changing the DrumKit (BreakKit), remaped the notes and added as second style. 
http://www.psrtutorial.com/styles/os_Styles/S950/SMP/S950-SMP-New(11thDec).zip
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5 more GENOS styles (4 Dance and 1 upgraded Movie&Show). I have upgraded 80'sChristmasPop by changing the DrumKit (BreakKit), remaped the notes and added as second style.
http://www.psrtutorial.com/styles/os_Styles/S950/SMP/S950-SMP-New(11thDec).zip
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5 more GENOS styles (4 Dance and 1 upgraded Movie&Show). I have upgraded 80'sChristmasPop by changing the DrumKit (BreakKit), remaped the notes and added as second style.
http://www.psrtutorial.com/styles/os_Styles/S970/SMP/S970-SMP-New(11thDec).zip
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Yamaha Keyboards - General / Re: The ideal arranger
« Last post by travlin-easy on Yesterday at 04:38:00 PM »
I never thought a keyboard arranged anything. Instead, the person using the keyboard does the arranging and composing using the tools at his or her disposal. As for the voices, there are thousands to select from, all of which can be modified to fit any need. No need to create new ones, IMO. I would be hard pressed to find a synth created voice that sounds as realistic as any I have heard from the TOTL keyboards available today. I guess if someone wanted to sit down at a synth or PC and create his or her own special voice, one never available in the past, and something that has resemblance to a real instrument, well have fun. Most folks could care less about this when it comes to playing or creating an arrangement on their arranger keyboard.

All the best,

Gary 8)
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Yamaha Keyboards - General / Re: The ideal arranger
« Last post by mikf on Yesterday at 04:36:52 PM »
Not so simple - the term 'arranger keyboard' has been adopted to describe portable keyboards with advanced onboard accompaniment, not because they were meant to arrange music. Maybe the term is misleading, but that is nonetheless the case.
Mike
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PSR-3000/1500 (SFF1) / Re: usb stick not working like tutorial
« Last post by XeeniX on Yesterday at 04:19:57 PM »
Since it is almost Christmas.... Do you mind sharing some of those bucks? :P

Peter
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