transferring sounds from one keyboard to another

by kerry jane
(england)

I have a Yamaha PSRS 900 & i want to transfer a style to a Yamaha PSRS 700. I have a midi cable but dont know what to do?

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Apr 29, 2010
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transfer files.
by: Dick Rector

Hi Mike,
Thanks for your reaction, my pleasure and I'm glad it made it clear.
Come back to this forum if you have any questions there are hopefully people around with the answer.

Regards
Dick

Apr 29, 2010
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Files Transfer
by: Mike Burke

Hi Dick,
I saw your comment to the lady using a Psr 700 and may I say thanks for simple, clear instructions.
I will be able to use them for what I want.
Thanks again,
Mike.

Apr 28, 2010
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transfer files.
by: Dick Rector

Hi Kerry Jane,

Just ignoring the models you've mentioned as there are in general a few ways to transfer files (styles, songs, voices, multipads etc.)
You don't need a midi-cable for this.
If you have a USB-connection on both keyboards transfer the files to as USB-stick, put the stick in the other keyboard, call up the style,place it in the USER AREA, active the style in the normal way, and that's it.
If one of the keyboards doesn't has a USB connection but, for example a floppydrive, transfer the file to whatever medium it has on keyboard No.1, transfer the file to a computer and from there to a medium that fits the other keyboard. There you place it in the user area and you are in business.
Keep in mind that in your case, going from a PSR900 to a PSR700 not all the voices are available on the PSR700 so it is possible that the style does not sound exactly the same as on the PSR900.

I hope this makes it clear to you.
Regards
Dick


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