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Offline Robfind

Need Help Trois-Rivieres,Quebec
« on: November 28, 2018, 11:40:50 PM »
Yes I need help but what I need is someone physically to show me how to use the PSR S975.if by any chance some one read this and would be living close by and be willing to help for a few hours I would be willing to pay.

Been reading and watching you tube and after 6 weeks I cannot get a second banksaved or registered,stil don't
know what is a bank or registration or a folder.am I too old or too stupid but i
'm about to give up and let $3000.00 just sit there.

Bob Findlay


Offline Ed B

Re: Need Help Trois-Rivieres,Quebec
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2018, 03:31:30 AM »
Hi Bob
I recommend you read through the lessons we have here on the forum
http://psrtutorial.com/lessons/playing/regist/index.html
By reading through and watching video will get you going. Many initially have trouble but once you get the concept you will be off to the races. There may be someone close to you but this I am sure will get you going.
Hope this helps. Do not hesitate to ask questions here on the forum.
Regards
Ed B
Keep on learning
 
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Offline Fred Smith

Re: Need Help Trois-Rivieres,Quebec
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2018, 05:29:58 AM »
Yes I need help but what I need is someone physically to show me how to use the PSR S975.if by any chance some one read this and would be living close by and be willing to help for a few hours I would be willing to pay.

Been reading and watching you tube and after 6 weeks I cannot get a second banksaved or registered,stil don't
know what is a bank or registration or a folder.am I too old or too stupid but i
'm about to give up and let $3000.00 just sit there.

If you need help on registrations, check out my videos (link in signature).

Cheers,
Fred
Fred Smith,
Saskatoon, SK
Sun Lakes, AZ
Genos, Bose L1 compacts, Finale 2015
Check out my Registration Lessons
 
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Offline ekurburski

Re: Need Help Trois-Rivieres,Quebec
« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2018, 11:31:28 PM »
I also suggest going to the lessons section of psrtutorial.  I too found I had a lot of trouble learning the psr operating system.  The nice thing about the "Yamaha psr series is they all work the same way.  So you don't m\need to find someone who knows the 975.  I could teach you the operation being familiar with the 3000.

Now I also suggest going through the lesson section one page at a time and in the order they are presented. Later lessons build on earlier ones.
PSR740, PSR3000, tx7, mt32, mirage, ProTiools 10,11 Sonar,  Reaper, BIAB2018 an a 4' stack of computer Music mags
 
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Offline alanclare

Re: Need Help Trois-Rivieres,Quebec
« Reply #4 on: November 30, 2018, 07:56:49 AM »
Bob

Too old? Youíre only 69! I bought my s970 three years ago and Iím in my 81st year. The lessons are a godsend, not only when youíre just starting, but also for years afterwards.

Alan
 
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Offline andyg

Re: Need Help Trois-Rivieres,Quebec
« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2018, 09:49:34 PM »
And there's a bullet-proof set of step by step instructions on my website. www.andrew-gilbert.com/downloads

Scroll down a little and you'll find the instructions for Yamaha keyboards. Just go through them one step at a time and it will work for you. The aforementioned videos etc are great but you can print my instructions out and have them there in front of you.

When my students have a higher end Yamaha keyboard, it's the very first lesson I give them, as it's so important to be able to use registrations properly.

And at some point, I will do a set for the Genos! I know how to do it if I'm sitting at it but I need to make sure that my instructions remain bullet-proof. :)
It's not what you play, it's not how you play. It's the fact that you're playing that counts.

www.andrew-gilbert.com
 
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