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Hello friends,

I have been scratching my head trying to get the Novation 61 SL MK II to activate aftertouch on the PSR 5000.

I have a template with aftertouch activated on the Novation 61 SL MK II
on the PSR A5000, I have the receive channel 1 through 4 for R1, R2, R3 and Left set to Keyboard
On the Novation 61 SL MK II I have setup 4 zones, zones 1 through 3 transmitting on channels 1,2 and 3
Zone 4 is transmitting on channel 4 (left hand). The zones are all split and I have no issue playing the sounds / left and right hand but I can't get modulation effects from the aftertouch

I am not sure if the PSR A5000 is capable of reading channel aftertouch pressure or not.

any advice on what I am doing wrong? (Other than I should have saved up money and gotten a Genos instead :)
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Mark,

As noted above, the Yamaha Voice Editor allows to you to make a custom pack.  It has 2 windows.  You can load existing packs one at a time in the left window and copy Voices to the right window.  Load another pack in the left window and again copy Voices to the right window.  By this process, you can make a custom pack with Voices from several different packs then export the left window Voices and save as a .yep file.

The style organizer program will let you do a similar thing by import styles into your custom pack.

Joe H
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PSR-SX900/SX700/SX600 / Re: Pedal sequence
« Last post by Fred Smith on Yesterday at 10:09:50 PM »
You need to turn the sequencer on, and specify which pedal advances the sequence. All in the registration sequencer menu.

Cheers,
Fred
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PSR-SX900/SX700/SX600 / Re: Pedal sequence
« Last post by Bill on Yesterday at 10:09:06 PM »
Hi Terry

Two things to remember
1 The sequence has to be manually setup
2 the sequence feature has to be activated otherwise the pedals will simply move up and down progressively.

Bill
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Genos - General / Re: Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by Bill on Yesterday at 08:27:14 PM »
Some people think the difference is big .some think the difference is small.  :o
Mike

Hi Mike
I have to agree totally. Although there are some significant sound improvements lots of them are 5 minute wonders. You do not want glide / slide effects in your face ALL the time.

Also Denn is not after a Genos 2, especially at the price. He simply wants a V2 upgraded G1.

Maybe Yamaha will release a major update for G2 in the not too distant future. Wishful thinking.

Bill
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PSR-SX900/SX700/SX600 / Pedal sequence
« Last post by terry A on Yesterday at 08:24:39 PM »
Hi,
sx700. Cannot get registration sequence pedals to work.

Used it a couple of months ago and it worked ok.

Now, everything sets up ok, but pedal will not move sequence.

Pedals work globally.

Any ideas please.

Regards Terry

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Genos - General / Re: Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by mikf on Yesterday at 08:21:59 PM »
Some people think the difference is big .some think the difference is small.  :o
Mike
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Genos - General / Re: Genos and Genos V2
« Last post by Michael Trigoboff on Yesterday at 07:44:42 PM »
Doing a software upgrade to an original Genos will not get you capabilities of a Genos2.
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Yamaha Expansion Manager (YEM) is  not compatible with the A2000. As I understand it, the only expansion packs available for the A2000 were supplied by Yamaha - there is no option to create your own.

This keyboard looks to be an "oriental" variation of the PSR-S750, which is from the generation before YEM was introduced.

Correct on all counts!

It also means that you could only load 1 pack at a time on there, no partial loads of 2 mixed packs. With only 64mb expansion space, most of the packs would've been too large to install 2 packs anyway.

But there has to be a way to make your own install pack, as pjd has already done on the ancient s950 (which is the same gen as the s750).
I eagerly await the "how"!

Mark
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Personal preferences are so different. I found that the drums and bass on the Pa5x were significantly more powerful than on the Genos - for me personally, they were actually too powerful.

Fair point. I *love* the punchier Korg drums and bass for 80's Rock & Pop, and for modern Dance/Trance/Hip Hop/R&B, but otherwise, yes, it lacks the subtlety required for Jazz, Big Band, Latin, and even most Country music (although Country Rock sounds good there). But it's especially 'off' for orchestral! Which is my favourite category!

Mark
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