Author Topic: Styles for rock, r&b, funk  (Read 701 times)

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Offline sugarplumsss

Styles for rock, r&b, funk
« on: July 11, 2018, 11:58:40 PM »
I have asked this before..  i am willing to pay for styles
Suited to music from 1970 through today.
There are limited rock beats- ditto r&b beats.

I only need styles for drums
But if other parts are included that's fine.

Is this considered a stupid question.
I have seen many styles here
But most are leroy brown... and prior to..

Earth wind and fire
James brown
Motown  ( there are precious few on board)

There ate many drum styles that would enhance
My capabilities on tyros

Thank you
I use T4 as a drum machine. Playing my own acmp and bass. MIDI songs are my latest interest. If anyone wishes to share knowledge on MIDI songs let me know.
 
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Offline Mikk

It is not about what I can get from the forum, but what  I can do to make the forum a better place to visit.
 
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Offline pjd

Re: Styles for rock, r&b, funk
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2018, 03:10:52 PM »
Hi --

I converted 20+ Motif Performances to PSR/Tyros styles. The styles cover funk, R&B, funky jazz and rock:

http://sandsoftwaresound.net/motif-styles-for-your-arranger/

Although I did the work on PSR-S950, they should play back just fine on other mid-range PSRs and Tyros 4.

I also converted a bunch of DJX-II patterns to PSR/Tyros styles:

http://sandsoftwaresound.net/free-djx-ii-styles-for-psr/

That collection includes some R&B-ish and jazzy styles, too. These behave like "DJ styles" and should work on Tyros 4. (Heck, I have a version of these styles running on PSR-E443.)

Have fun -- pj

P.S. They're all free.
 
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Offline DrakeM

Re: Styles for rock, r&b, funk
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2018, 04:36:02 PM »
Thanks pjd

Those DJX styles drum beats do sound different i think.   ;D

For sure the Yamaha styles are way behind the times, they go up to the 1990's at best.

Regards
Drake