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Offline ton37

Chord Looper use for rehearsal 'English Man in New York'
« on: June 13, 2020, 02:26:58 PM »
 «Chord Looper for rehearsal»
(Example of the Playlist/Registration Package «Discover Genos». You will find the Registration Bank for the title «Englishman in New York» in the free registration package «Discover Genos»)

I think it is also informative and educational for those who own the SX900.

Chord Looper is a great function . It is possible to use the chord looper function to play chord progressions of a song automatically to rehearse the melody lines with the right hand.
You will learn how to record chord progressions of a particular song, how to organize, how to save and how to recall these chord progressions by registrations.
Following details are explained in depth:
- Recording of chord sequences of specific song parts like verse, chorus, bridge etc.
- Saving chord sequences to memory slots of the Chord Looper
- Saving a Chord Looper Bank
- Recalling a Chord Looper Bank and the Memory Slots by registrations
- Saving registrations
- Saving Registration Banks
(German Vid. with English spoken comment, or use Google Translate function)
Hope you like it and enjoy your rehearsal....  ;)
My best regards,
Former KB:Technics Sx-Kn7000, Tyros 5/76, Genos, S770, S975.
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Offline Bernie9

Re: Chord Looper use for rehearsal 'English Man in New York'
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2020, 10:40:07 AM »
Thank you for the reminder and link.  I have had the SX900 for a while,but forgot about this feature.  Many times,I use and wind controller,and the Chord Looper would be just the thing to free up a hand.

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