songbook for yamaha psr e323

by Cristhian
(Bucaramanga, Santander, Colombia)

In the owner's manual says: "A songbook is available that includes scores for all internals songs (excpeting songs 1-3). To obtain this Song Book, complete the user registration at the following website:
http://music.yamaha.com/registration"

i already have completed the registry but i can't find this book, can anyone help me with this?

thakyou
PS. sorry for my bad english

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Dec 20, 2009
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Yamaha PSR E 323 Songbook
by: Alfred

Estimado Cristhian:
Creo que su teclado es parecido al mio, y pregunto si el suyo vino con el ?Driver? (CD ROM) que es necesario para segurar el Song Book?
Conteste-me por intermedio deste Forum para ver si poderemos continuar ayudar-le.
Su Ingles es mucho major que mi Espanol! Abrazos.
(Translation: Did your unit come with a CD ROM Driver? Let me know through this Forum).

Jan 19, 2010
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How to get the songbook?
by: Anonymous

For me it is the same problem. I did registrate, but can not find any hint for a PSR-E323-songbook. Can anybody help?

Woffel

Feb 21, 2010
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songbook
by: Cristhian

Cuando compre el teclado no traia nigun CD, solo el manual de usuario, pero no el songbook. Agradezco poder conseguirlo.

Gracias.

Mar 09, 2010
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Songbook
by: Anonymous

Hola!!
A mi me pasaba lo mismo y envié un mensaje al servicio de yamaha.
Esto es lo que me han respondido:

"Para acceder a la descarga gratuita libro de canciones, debe completar su registro del producto (incluyendo específicamente el producto número de identificación) en su cuenta en línea Yamaha miembros en la dirección Web siguiente:

http://member.yamaha.com

Cuando el registro esté completo, se encuentra la descarga libro de canciones en la página de Mis productos de su cuenta de Yamaha online."

Oct 14, 2010
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Song book
by: Anonymous

Hola,
Hace dos dias compré un psr e323,, me registré y pude bajar el song book, además hay algunos otros recursos que se pueden bajar.
Es cuestión de buscar un poco dentro de la página.

Saludos

Jan 22, 2011
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No song book to download
by: Anonymous

I can't find the song book either, just a chance to download and print 3 or 4 songs.

Apr 13, 2011
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3000 Hatvan , Munkacsy u. 38Hungary
by: zsoltiegott

zsoltie gott
Hungary
3000 Hatvan
Munkacsy u.38



Jun 21, 2011
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SONG BOOK PARA PSR E323
by: Anonymous

Go to site https://member.yamaha.com/, type login and password, clic link My product and link See My Products and choose the download option.

Vayan al ese link https://member.yamaha.com/ , entren con su contraseña, den click donde dice Ver Mis Productos y abajo aparace para descargar en diferente idiomas

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yamaha psr-e323 single finger chords

my owner's manual mentions easy chords at the bottom of page 25. but it does not tell which buttons to press to get them. please give details.

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Nov 19, 2009
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Single Finger Chords PSR E323
by: Alfred

Dear "Member": I shy away from blogs with no ID's
but you probably forgot to fill your (First)name in the appropriate box, so I'll try to help you.
I own a PSR E403, and believe the procedure is similar if not the same in your case. 1) Press the Auto Accomp. control. It will split the unit automatically for Left hand Accompaniment, at F#2. The Display should indicate that control is ON. 2) Play your Melody with your Right hand, simultaneously fingering the Left side with the finger combinations indicated in your manual. If your manual does not show the Easy ("Single Finger") combinations, get back to me through this Forum, and please identify yourself, or I may (unintentionally) glloss over the message. Good luck.

Mar 29, 2010
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auto bass chord
by: Brian

Got a Yamaha psr e323 keyboard,

The manual I learning on is looking for a auto bass chord section, I cant seem to find it. The manuals index is next to useless, in this regard certainly

Mar 31, 2010
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single-finger chords
by: len

alfred's solution was right on the money. thanks.

Apr 05, 2010
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Thanks
by: Brian

Thank you alfred you were spot on. Yamaha, maybe it's a about time you got a copy writer who understands the beginners mindset and not make assumptions as to what they do and do not know? Possibly a more detailed manual with a index that is properly cross referenced i.e. Self help book ask one to look for 'Auto Bass Chord Section in Yamaha' and in the supplied manual it is under 'Auto Accompaniment'. Could this be supplied online, separate to a 'getting started basic manual' supplied with the equipment? Even if I had read the manual supplied I would have skipped over this knowledge, precisely because there are hugh gaps in my knowledge. Therefore a properly cross referenced index is so important to the beginners mind when following the steps to learn, it should not be so hard to locate such information, because beginners are easily put off from following through from the initial enthusiasm, due to small hiccups in information like this. Yes you sold the machine, but a bit more follow up would be ideal.

Aug 05, 2011
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Auto chords voice
by: Mike

Hi - Is it possible to change the voice on psr e323 auto chords? The current voice on mine is an ensemble, I think, which drowns out the piano I play with the right hand.. Thank you Mike

Jan 24, 2012
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Style volume on auto accomp
by: Pankaj

@Mike,

Try pressing the Style button for more than a second then using the number keypad reduce the volume levels to less than 60.
Alternatively, use the Piano voice 098 to 106 or press "function" button repeatedly to select -chorus then enter -05 to turn it off.I understand you can always pres the minus and plus buttons to reset to default values.

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Changing auto chord voice and volume on PSR-E323

by Mike
(Leeds England)

Can anyone please tell me if it is possible to change
1 The voice and
2 The volume

of one finger chords on the PSR E323

Mine seems set on organ and very loud!
Thank you
Mike

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Nov 30, 2009
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Balancing Volumes between Left & Right
by: Alfred

Dear Mike: I have a PSR E 403, and it MAY BE SIMILAR to your unit. If so, your keyboard may have a FUNCTION Control, and activating it should access a selection of features, including Balance. If you increase/decrease that item through Keypad numbers, you should be able to set a happy medium between the left (Accompaniment) and the right (Melody) sides of your keyboard.
It may take trial & error to do the setting, but it's not difficult. Please do the favor of posting a follow-up message if my comments help. Other members will learn from your experience. Thank you, enjoy your keyboard and good luck.



Dec 01, 2009
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Changing auto chord volume
by: Mike

Dear Alfred
Thank you for your prompt reply. I do indeed have a function button, and on exploring it I've found it has a very large selection of choices and amendments to just about everything on the keyboard, including an option labelled Split Voice Volume which I guess is the one I need. Thank you for putting me on to it - I'll be trying it out as soon as I can, and I'll post again when I get to grips with it.
Best wishes
Mike

Dec 01, 2009
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Function Button Yamaha PSR E323
by: Alfred

Dear Mike: I can tell from your kind reply that your unit has controls similar to at least some (if not all) of mine. Be careful as you explore the many features which the Function Button exposes. It's only by experimenting that you will get to know them. In addition to the Function Button, there may be a small button which automatically splits the keyboard for Left and Right hand play. The split is F# on a 61 key unit. Further, if you have Synch/Intro and End buttons you can get fancy and start and end your performances with nice flourishes. NOW THAT I'VE GIVEN YOU A SHORT LESSON, YOU OWE ME A PENNY!!
Unfortunately Yamaha's Owner Manuals are unnecessarily difficult (Stupidly written) for any beginner. I'm still slogging my way through the myriad functions of my keyboard.
Be sure to help me in my endeavours to share what little I know with our fellow members, through additional posts. Thanks,

Dec 02, 2009
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Payment of outstanding tuition fee
by: Mike

Dear Alfred
Thank you for the further assistance. Your very reasonable one penny fee is attached. I didn't have a penny so I've sent two pence. Perhaps you could give me credit for the extra penny against any future help you give me.
I've only had the keyboard for two weeks, never having played any instrument before. I feel a bit like a child learning to read - I can do it but only very slowly, too slowly to be interesting to anyone overhearing it. Still, I hope to speed up a bit with practice and try to persuade my left hand to stop trying to copy my right hand. At the moment it doesn't want to act independently!
Best wishes
Mike

Dec 02, 2009
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PSR E 323
by: Alfred

Dear Mike; Don't be shy to count on my help, ANY TIME. I firmly believe the Forum is precisely for such assistance. Keep up the good work. It should soon pay off, and you will be opening the door to the wonderful world of music, especially pleasant because YOU will be creating it. In my case, while having played by ear for some time, I found the PSR E 403 Manual an abomination, and have been picking up its myriad features through notes based on "Trial & Error". Kep well.

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