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Genos Styles/OTS/Multi Pads / Indian Garba Styles Needed!
« Last post by rozinalalani1954 on Yesterday at 06:55:28 PM »
Anyone can share with me their Indian Garba Styles Pack would be great. Here is my email Kevindean4779@gmail.com

Thanks
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Hi Everyone!
                    First of all Thank you so much in advance for helping me on this Issue.  I have an Audio Loop which I would like to play in Genos as a style file.  Following I have tried doing and it is not working.

I upload as a multi-pads but after 4/4 Bar Loop stops.

I used wave2midi software and it takes forever to understand the software.

finally I used the Audio Phraser as .aus file it works fine but all 4 Audio Loops are not playing at the same tempo and I do not know how to bring them at the same tempo I tried doing it in Logic as well. Also even if someone guide me I also am having an issue of adding the instruments like Bass and Guitar in Style Creator.

I need more easy way of tackling this issue with your help and expertise Really appreciate if you can guide me. Thanks
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PSR-S950/S750/S650 (SFF2) / Re: Yamaha PSR S950 Volume/amp issue
« Last post by Toril S on Yesterday at 05:04:49 PM »
Check the power adaptor also. If possible, try a new one.
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Tyros 5 (SFF2) / Re: Playing piano on T5
« Last post by Toril S on Yesterday at 04:57:02 PM »
I have been attending piano lessons for a year now. I play accordion and arrangers, so I still struggle with my left hand on the piano. I will never be a good piano player at my age, but the lessons have given me much more insight into how chords and arps are built. You nedd a 88 keys instrument. Good luck! It is fun, but hard work!
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Tyros 5 (SFF2) / Re: Playing piano on T5
« Last post by mikf on Yesterday at 04:43:00 PM »
Donít know the specific system Eileen, but it probably doesnít teach traditional sheet music reading, especially bass clef. Probably works around techniques to devise your own bass and accompaniment from chords. Stride piano is a version of this, although takes much practice. I donít think the system would be harmful to an older person just wanting to play tunes, with no desire to read/play Classical or sit exams.
As I said above, many of us classically trained players evolve to this kind of playing anyway, although with all the training, we are much better at it than someone like Adrian can ever aspire to be. Listen to David Read as an example. He uses experience and knowledge to make it sound like he is reading a very complex score, but he isnít, it comes out of his head from structure and chord knowledge.  I do the same, ÖÖ..many piano players can do it well. ÖÖ..eg Oscar Peterson???
Mike
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Tyros 4 (SFF2) / Re: Yamaha considering the old folks?
« Last post by Toril S on Yesterday at 04:39:21 PM »
The PSR models are not so much lighter than the Tyros, but they are smaller, so more convenient to carry. Keep your Tyros and invest in a gigbag with wheels.
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Tyros 4 (SFF2) / Re: Yamaha considering the old folks?
« Last post by EileenL on Yesterday at 04:06:16 PM »
I have already answered this one on the other thread you posted.
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Tyros 5 (SFF2) / Re: Playing piano on T5
« Last post by EileenL on Yesterday at 04:05:08 PM »
If you want to play pure Piano then it is essential that you read Bass Clef music. You can't just use block chords. You also have to know how to use sustain correctly.
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Genos Styles/OTS/Multi Pads / Re: Please help to identify this style
« Last post by EileenL on Yesterday at 04:00:34 PM »
Sounds like this is a dedicated style for this song.
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Yamaha Keyboards - General / Re: Yamaha considering the old folks !!
« Last post by EileenL on Yesterday at 03:54:02 PM »
If you want something really light with its own integral  speakers then have a try of the SX900. It will play all your styles.
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