Author Topic: comment copier coller des styles sur usb vers la mémoire USER du cvp 709  (Read 414 times)

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Offline hammi

bonjour a toute la communauté du forum.
j'ai un CVP 709 et je souhaiterai savoir si il est possible de copier ,coller des styles qui sont dans ma clé USB vers la mémoire USER du CVP 709 ?
j'ai essayer mais aucun moyen j'y arriver.
comment procéder vous ?
 

Offline Fred Smith

bonjour a toute la communauté du forum.
j'ai un CVP 709 et je souhaiterai savoir si il est possible de copier ,coller des styles qui sont dans ma clé USB vers la mémoire USER du CVP 709 ?
j'ai essayer mais aucun moyen j'y arriver.
comment procéder vous ?

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You can copy a style, or a set up styles, easily on Yamaha keyboards.

From the style display, press File>Copy, select the style(s) you want to copy, Copy
Now navigate to where you want to put the styles (ie, User drive, in some folder), then press Copy Here.

Cheers,
Fred
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Offline overover

Hi hammi,

The internal User drive of the CVP-709 is only about 6.3 MB (megabytes!) in size, i.e. very small. A Style file is around 50 - 100 KB. So you can only save a relatively small number of styles in the User drive. Basically, for models with very little User memory, we recommend using the User drive primarily as a "working bench", i.e. for temporary storage while editing a Style or MIDI file.

By the way: Registration files or Voice files are much smaller than Style files (only a few KB in size). Registration banks or User Voices that are often required can therefore also be saved in the User drive. However, it is best to save everything on the USB stick. So you can (on the computer) create a backup of the USB stick or duplicate the stick very quickly.


P.S.
For "copying and moving files" please refer to the "File Management" section in the CVP-709 Owner's Manual, pages 33 - 35.


Hope this helps!

Best regards,
Chris
« Last Edit: June 20, 2021, 06:04:36 PM by overover »
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Offline hammi

good evening,
thank you for your help, it helped me understand the memory of the cvp.
I would save on usb key because the memory is small.
thank you for your help: D