Yamaha psr E403 CD-Rom

by Colin Hall
(Leicester England)

Is it possible to obtain a replacement CD-Rom for E403 keyboard. Just bought second hand keyboard minus disc.
Many Thanks
Colin

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Aug 27, 2009
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PSR E 403 CD - ROM
by: Alfred

Dear Colin: I have this keyboard which came with the CD. Unfortunately it seems to be
"proprietary" and cannot be copied. Here's a suggestion. Visit the Yamaha UK site and check if they offer one. Good luck.

Sep 11, 2009
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PSR E 403 CD ROM
by: Alfred

Dear Colin: Following my earlier comments, I believe I have good news for you. Access the Yamaha UK site, and check for Part # X7225A00. This is the number for the CD ROM you need. Post a reply if I can be of further assistance.

Sep 12, 2009
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Psr E403 CD Rom
by: Colin

Thanks Alfred I checked Yamaha site after your first post and have since received Disc.
Many thanks for your help'
Colin

Sep 13, 2009
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PSR E 403 CDROM
by: Alfred

Dear Colin: Yours is the first SUCCESSFUL AND KINDLY ACKNOWLEDGED case of my frequent postings in this Forum, and I have to sincerely thank you for having given me the pleasure of being helpful.
Now it's your turn to help me. As we have the same Unit, can you please tell me if setting-up the initial procedures to play has to follow a "formal" sequence or can they be chosen at random (e.g. choice of Voice, Style, etc.) Thanks in advance for any advice you may be able to give.

Sep 16, 2009
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E403 Data input
by: Anonymous

Dear Alfred. You first of all need to realise I am very much yhe novice at this myself and have had very little time to get to know the E403 to date.
But with my limited experience I find I can choose at random my choices of style, voice etc but occasionally do find itnot allowing me to make my selection. Trying again seems to do the trick which makes me think I am possibly making an error.I don't suppose I have been very helpful here but I think with practice we will find that information will be accepted more readily in a particular sequence. I think we are on the same wavelengh here
just need more time. My son is collecting a used E403 (ebay) today, be interesting to see how he gets along. watch this space.
Colin

Sep 16, 2009
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PSR E 403
by: Alfred

Dear Colin: Thank you for your message. I'm dissecting my Owner's Manual making notes along the way. A fabulous help is a DVD prepared for this keyboard. I purchased it through Ebay. It is hosted by Jason Nyberg, and I'm incorporating his techniques into my notes. When the job is complete (hopefully soon) I will be happy to mail a copy to you so you and your son can learn the intricacies faster.(In the meantime, email me at almac1020@yahoo.com with your full UK address).
As to your son's unit, I hope you acquired it with a Return Option. Electronic equipment is risky at best, even if sellers aver it is in 100% condition.
Regards.

Oct 24, 2009
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PSR E 403 Sequence of Settings
by: Alfred

Dear Colin:As a follow-up to our forum exchanges, I am happy to inform you (and other owners of the PSR E 403) that SETTINGS CN BE RANDOMELY ENTERED.

Nov 15, 2010
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CD ROM
by: Anonymous

OK GRACIAS

Nov 28, 2010
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CD ROM
by: Steve

Hi, I checked the UK web site and it appears I can't get the CD rom any more as the PSR E 403 is discontinued. Do you know any other way I can get it. I live in NZ.

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CD/ROM
by: les

Hi Steve Been chasing the cd /rom for days /.I have found it is still available see this

We do still do this disk and we have this in stock, so no sure why you were told it is no longer available. The price is £3.08 Inc of VAT and the handling charge is £3.60. You can order with a credit or debit card and our contact details are shown belw.


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je to dobre

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roto el cd rom
by: Anonymous

se me ha roto el cd que me vino de instalación

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Connection problems on PSR E403

The power connection (jack) in the keyboard is loose (I know it is not the cable). Is there an easy fix or will it have to go to Yamaha for fixing?

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Sep 04, 2009
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Jack of PSR E 403
by: Alfred

I happen to have this same model, but have never opened it to see how the Jack is secured to the
"mother" board. Some Jacks are encased in small enclosures and firmly soldered to the PCB then butted against the casing of the keyboard. Others
are linked to the PCB by wires or cable and secured to the casing of the keyboard by a washer and nut. In this last case, tightening the nut should solve your problem. Still some others use a combination of the two methods.

It's conceivable in the first case mentioned above that the whole assembly (enclosure) has become unsoldered, or the contact terminals of the assembly have broken off. I would guess one of these possibilities would be the case here. If I'm right, the Unit will have to be opened up to effect a repair. I would counsel you to contact a reliable service professional to determine charges for repair. Also contact Yamaha for their charges. Good luck.

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Style option not working in Yamaha PSR E403

by Vijayakumar Rahjavelu
(Chennai, Tamilnadu, India)

Hai,

I have a Yamaha PSR E403 keyboard. I am a second grade classical piano student from Chennai, India.
I found that the Voice option is working fine in my keyboard and when I use the Style option, I found that eventhough the ticking option is working, no sound could be heard for both Style and Voice.
Is there any settings that has to be done.
Please help me in this regard.

Regards,

R. Vijayakumar
vijshiva@gmail.com

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Dec 16, 2009
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Metronome PSR E 403
by: Alfred

Dear R: I just emailed you as follows:
Page 64 of your Owner's Manual explains that there are two "sounds" heard when the Metronome Button is pressed. One is a Chime and the other a Click. It also says that if you set the "0 0" parameter, only Clicks will be heard. I hope your question is satisfied with these explanations. If not, post another message in the Forum, and we'll see what can be done to help you.

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Saving/Reading midi files on flashdisk by Yamaha E403

by Ed

A local church owns a Yamaha E403 keyboard. They want to be able to save their midi files on a flash disk straight from the keyboard since they dont have a pc. Is this possible? If yes, can the keyboard read the files from the flash after they have been saved there?

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Dec 08, 2009
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Yamaha PSR E 403 MIDI Files
by: Alfred

Dear Ed: I own the same unit, but unfortunately am a newbie and unable to submit a positive comment. A post by our fellow-member Dick Rector follows, ALMOST VERBATIM, but a PC will be required. His info is always on target.
"Songs to MP3 etc. Yes is the answer and it is not difficult, I gave the same INFO today to another forum-member.......
Download for free 'AUDACITY' and install it on your computer. The onscreen help is easy to understand.
Make a connection between your keyboard's HEADPHONE OUT (or LINE OUT if you have it) to the computer's soundcard LINE IN. Usually you need an Adaptor Cable with a big jackplug and a small jackplug.
Start and keep the default settings in AUDACITY and press RECORD, you will see two channels (stereo) ready to receive signals.
Start playback of your song or play live on your keyboard.
Keep the volume so that the signal stays more or less between the indicator lines in AUDACITY or the sound will be overpowered and distorted!
When finished you can save your song as an MP3 file or any other available format and burn it to a CD or whatever you want to do with it.
Will you please give some feedback if this works for you. Others may benefit from it".

Good luck and regards
Dick
Bali (Indonesia)
I hope you succeed in your project. I've not yet tried the intructions on my unit, but am sure it will work 100%. Please let us know how you fared. Thank you.

Dec 08, 2009
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Usb connection
by: Dick Rector

Dear Ed,

I am not familiar with the E403 keyboard and the answer I gave to someone that friend Alfred repeated, he meant well, goes a bit beyond your question I believe.
That answer had to do with recording your sound, transfer it to a computer and burn your own CD.
However, I looked it up in the manual and I am afraid the USB connection on the PSR E403 is meant to be connected to a computer to be able to save/playback midi's.
See it as a printer- or digital camera-connection, without a computer you can't do much with it.
However, you can save and play back midi-songs in the USER area but that memory is very limited.
Sorry I can't be more helpful but if my answer is wrong I am sure someone will correct it.
Stay well

Regards
Dick Rector
Bali(Indonesia)

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Saving/Reading midi files on flashdisk by Yamaha E403
by: Ed

Thanks for all your responses. Since it seems the USB port is only for connecting with PC, does anyone know if other options exist to increase the memory e.g floppy disk, memory card or any other gadget that wont require a PC?

Sep 04, 2011
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PSR 550 to laptop connection
by: Anil

I have no floppy drive in my laptop. So how can i save songs from PSR 550 to my laptop? Which cable i have to use?

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Yamaha PSR E 403/YPT 400 Single Finger Chord Memory

by Alfred
(Middle Village, NY)

I have a vintage Yamaha DK 40 C Electone Spinet. A Memory Button allows me to play Single Finger Chords without missing a beat while I play Melody.

I recently bought a PSR E 403/YPT 400 and have been trying to set up the same feature, to no avail. I am able to obtain the Chords, but they stop as soon as I take my fingers off the keys. I would like to know if this model includes an additional feature I may have missed in order to have the chords memorized, and ready for change as I play the Melody.

Thanks in advance for any help.


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Aug 22, 2009
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syncstop??
by: Dick Rector

Hi Alfred,

I don't know your keyboards at all but is there a button called 'syncstop' or something similar (like on my psr2000).
If so and if it is activated the chords will stop playing when you lift your finger (for a solo instrument for instance). De-activate it and you are back in business.

Regards
Dick Rector
Bali (Indonesia)

Aug 22, 2009
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PSR E 403 SINGLE FINGER CHORD
by: Alfred

Dear Dick: Thank you for your very kind response to my posting. Your comment is all the more valuable to me as I have noticed for some time that you know what you are talking about. I only recently joined this Forum after buying my unit, but have been playing ("by ear") my Yamaha DK 40 C since i978.
I will be trying out your suggestion and will let you know the result, in the meantime, keep well.
Let me have your email address so we can keep in touch.
Best regards.
Al
almac1020@yahoo.com

Aug 22, 2009
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by: Dick Rector

Hello Alfred again, (you must be online!)

Thanks for your kind words. No, I don't know so much about keyboards only the things I've experienced myself and what I have picked up from others on various websites. I had help in the past from 'guru's' with a much greater knowledge and know how frustrated it can be if you got 'stuck' with something.
I am a player like you (by ear) for my own fun and it is my GREAT hobby.
My emailaddress is dick.rector.spain@googlemail.com
Although there is 'spain' in the address, since a year I live in Bali Indonesia but I am a retired Dutchman.

Kind regards
Dick

Oct 22, 2009
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PSR E 403
by: Alfred

Dear Forum Members: Through my original and first post in this Forum you can see I made a good friend, Dick Rector. His kind response prompted me to further analyze my unit, and only yesterday, 10/21 did I notice the cause of my problem. Despite my keyboard being brand new, the Accomp. feature button was not behaving. The Display was not showing it was turned ON. I did the following, and "all systems are now GO".
1) I Initialized the unit to 'Factory' condition.
2) I blew canned compressed air around the
edges of the small Accomp. button and presed
it several times while watching the Display
until it showed the command was ON.
Maybe I just got lucky. Anyway, rhis post is to share my experience with you.

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how to reset Psre 413?
by: Anonymous

My key board hasbeen it's funtion, i cant paly it, right hand ahould play single rid, not chord, but when ever i am playing one rid, autometic it is showing chord and sound as chord.
how can i reset it again whole syestem?

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e-403 usb midi drvier

i dont have cd, mine is e-403. i downloaded and tried to instal the driver from the link given in thid forum. but it didnt work....

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Sep 18, 2009
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Driver for PSR E 403
by: Alfred

Dear Forum Poster: You need the Accessory CD Yamaha Part # X 7225A00. Google Yamaha Parts Department to buy one. I would like to suggest that you identify yourself in future postings as I tend to ignore those which have no name. Other contributors to this Forum probably also appreciate knowing (even if only by your first name) to whom they are directing any help. Thanks and keep well.

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Yamaha PSR -E403 Song to CD

by ADAM

I HAVE ASKED AROUND EVERYWHERE AND STILL CONFUSED,
I HAVE RECORDED A SONG ON MY PSR E403 ONTO THE SONG BANK,
I WOULD LIKE TO PUT THIS SONG ONTO A CD SO I CAN LISTEN TO IT IN THE CAR, WHAT SOFTWARE/ HARDWARE DO I NEED IN ORDER TO DO THIS AND IS THERE A PROCESS, PLEASE SPEAK IN LAMENTS TERMS AS I AM A BEGINNER AT THIS

IF THIS ISNT POSSIBLE, IS THERE ANY WAY I CAN PLAY AND RECORD THE SAME SOUNDS I HAVE USED IN THE SONG TO SOMETHING LIKE CUEBASE OR LOGIC. WOULD MUSIC SOFT HELP THIS PROCESS?
thanks
drumnbasslion@hotmail.co.uk

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Nov 24, 2009
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Recording Song onto CD
by: Anonymous

Dear Adam: This is Alfred, again. With tongue-in-cheek, I think the first step is to realize that the Headphone Jack must be the source for transferring signals(sound) of your song to a device capable of making a CD recording. As you know, like you I'm a newbie at this too. My grandson is one of my gurus and I'll be asking him if I'm right, and what the second (CD recording device) has to be.
i'll get back to you soonon I hope. Keep well.

Nov 24, 2009
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songfiles to cd
by: Dick Rector

Hello Adam,

Not so complicated in a simple but good working way and you don't need a studio!

Download for free a program called 'AUDACITY' and install it on your computer.
Make a connection for instance HEADPHONE OUT (stereo) from your keyboard to LINE IN on your computers soundcard.
Normally that is a big JACKplug to a small JACKplug. You can buy these cables ready made in any decent computer- or musicstore.

Keep the default setting in audacity and press record. You will see two CHANNELS ready to receive signals.
Start playback your song on your keyboard (or play live) and record it on your computer.
You will see signals coming in on the two channels.
Keep the volumelevel so that the PEAKS don't or hardley go outside the top and bottom lines.
Press STOP when finished.
You can edit the file when finished recording (take long 'white' at the beginning out or ad echo etc.)
Give it a name and save it as MP3 or WAV or other format in a folder of your choice.

You maybe have to fiddle around a bit with the soundlevels to set the correct balance in the beginning but you will find it soon easy to use.

From the folder as mentioned you can burn your files to a CD with any burn program as usual.

Have fun and let us know if this works for you.
Dick
Bali


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Recording Song to CD
by: Alfred

Dear Adam: My grandson will not be visiting soon.
Via this post, and not to question my friend Dick's instructions, would not an EXTERNAL CD BURNER patched to the Headphone Jack do the trick?
Dick's comments will surely benefit us owners of the PSR E 403. (Thanks Dick).

Nov 25, 2009
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Recording Song to CD
by: Alfred

Dear Adam: My grandson appeared this evening. He saYs Dick's instructions "ARE 100% ON TARGET!" Good luck.

Nov 25, 2009
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songfiles to cd
by: Dick Rector

Hello Alfred, Adam and whoever is interested.

This way of recording works in general perfectly for ALL keyboards with only a headphone out connection.
However, if you have a LINE OUT connection (a RED and a WHITE RCA or tulip-plug) it is a slightly better OUTPUT as it is leveled by the factory. But the difference is hard to notice in most cases.

Regards
Dick



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stereo pin
by: Anonymous

dear adam ,
you can also try a stereo pin
it is a pin use to connect two different pins
i ll make it simple
1 . get a recording software such as nuendo or nero wave editor
2. buy a stereo pin (see image)
3. use a line i jack
4. connect 1 end of the line in jack to the stereo pin
5. connect the other end to the phones/output port of your keyboard
6. now connect the stereo pin to your computers microphone
port
7.learn to use whatever softare you got
8. then start recording !!!!!
I hope this quick trick helps u

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loading style files on Yamaha PSR E 403

by maheshvasa
(india)

sir,i bought yamha psr e 403 1 yr back ,and i found it very interesting, now my question is how to load style files into the instrument,and where should i get yhose style files,and which style files are suitable for that instrument,which do not tweak.do i have to buy a dvd containing psr style files or can i download these files and use them,so i request u to tell me about what style files are apt for that instrument....,hope u responds to my query ,thank u very much my email address maheshvasa2@gmail.com

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Jun 16, 2009
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Styles for free
by: Dick Rector

Hello Maheshvasa,

I am not familiar with your model keyboard but for a lot of free styles go to psrtutorial.com and you will find thousands of them. Yes maybe you HAVE to tweak some because a lot of styles are made on other models and will not sound the same on yours.
Also a matter of personal taste of course.
Good luck

Dick Rector
Bali

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PSR E403
by: Anonymous

You need music soft dowloader on you PC. Once you have that, connect a USB cable to the E403 and in the software, click on musical instrument and flash memory. Add your files and it will take about 10 seconds each to download. When this is complete, you can retrieve your style files by pressing the function button and scrolling through until you find the sub menu "SFF load" all of your loaded styles will be in that area. To load a style from "SFF load" press "0" than press the yes button. This will load that one style into style # 156

Jun 06, 2010
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deleting style from flash memory
by: Anonymous

hi friend,
i have psr i425 , i got a problem , two days before i add a style in flash memory i loaded its work well and i want to delete the style , how can i delete the style, Is there any software available in internet please post the link here.... thank you......

Nov 11, 2010
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PSR E403/413/423
by: Anonymous

Use musicsoft downloader , go to the instrument section, then select flash memory, this will display the files stored in your instrument. Just select it and delete, this will remove the files from your instrument's memory.
Hope that helps :)

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Style Files
by: Anonymous

If you need a tabla sty files, I do have a Lot(More than 1500 Indian Style and 18000 western files)!
Plz let me know ur needs johnyrex@gmail.com
or call me 091 9994111352
Greatly used for Church worship, Sound Engineering, Recording, Composing purposes..

Regards
John Rex
091 9994111352

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recording psr e403 sounds with logic

hello, i have a psr e403 key board, i am a novice with what i am about to say so bear with me,
i have manipulated and saved a sound onto the sound bank on the psr-e403 keyboard, i cant seem to record it onto logic pro 8 , does anyone know how i can record this via a usb lead into logic as i am having many problems with this , i would be very greatful for soemone to get back to me as i am completely lost, thanks

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Nov 17, 2009
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PSR E403 Sounds with Logic
by: Alfred

Dear "Anonymous": I usually avoid commenting on posts from unknown sources, but I happen to be a newbie with the same keyboard. I do not believe that you can accomplish what you are trying to do. As I keep learning the many features available in this unit I make notes which I will be happy to share with you if you wish, but please identify yourself (first name will do) so we can learn from each other. Keep well.

Nov 22, 2009
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Recording a PSR e403
by: Joe

You cannot record the sounds you make on the keyboard into logic (or any other program for that matter) via USB. You can however hook up your keyboard to you computer and use it as a MIDI controller for a VST host. This opens you up to the BIG BIG world of softsynths. If you wanted to record directly from your psr, you need to hook the output of the keyboard (1/4" jack) into the line in on your soundcard (1/8" jack, you will need to get an adapter piece) Be aware though that both of these methods will sound like... well crap. If you try to record your keyboard you'll have a lot of noise, and using it as a MIDI controller you will have ridiculously high latency issues (the lag time between pressing a key on your keyboard and hearing sound from your computer speakers) Simply, your computer's built in soundcard isn't made to handle this kind of stuff, so you'll need to invest in a decent soundcard, or external USB interface. I use the M-Audio Fasttrack Pro myself (about $200)

Peace and good luck

-Joe

Nov 22, 2009
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Recording a PSR e403
by: Alfred

Dear Joe: Thank you for this info it is most helpful. It's guys like you who keep me enthusiastic about this Forum. Once again many thanks. Kep well.

Nov 23, 2009
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Recording a PSR e403
by: Joe

No problem Alfred, love to help!

Nov 24, 2009
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reply to post
by: Anonymous

sorry my name is adam im the one who left the post here is my email address drumnbasslion@hotmail.co.uk

if that isnt possible, does anyone know if there is anyway of recording the sounds or even if i record a song on the keyboard and then move it onto my mac, i think that sounds a bit easier, if yopu could let me know thanks

Nov 24, 2009
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sharing notes
by: Anonymous

also alfred i would love to share notes.. adam

Nov 24, 2009
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Instructional DVD for your PSR E 403
by: Alfred

Dear Adam: Hope you received my email re DVD. If acquired, it will be fantastically helpful. Play it often and watch for fleeting references and comments by prese4ntor,Nyberg.
Regards.

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CD for Yamaha PSR E-403

by Michel Cyr
(quebec canada)

Would like to know if I can downloaded that CD for my Yamaha PSR E-403 or, send me by mail that same CD ? Because, I have not get the CD with my keyboard? Please, answer me!

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Dec 02, 2009
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Accessory CD for PSR E 403
by: Alfred

Cher Michel: Il faut acheter Yamaha Part # X 7225A00.
Cherchez:
Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
135 Milner Ave., Scarborough, Ontario, M1S 3R1, Canada
Tel: (1) 416-298-1311 Fax: (1) 416-292-0732.
ou
750 Chester Road, New Westminster, British Columbia V3M 6J1, Canada
Tel: (1) 604-520-1335 Fax: (1) 604-520-7058

Bonne chance.

Dec 02, 2009
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HEY YOU?????
by:

Hey YOU???

What sort of comment is this!!! This Alfred, a keyboard enthusiast like we all are, is giving you directions where you can get the cd you want. He is so polite and educated that he did that in your own language.
If you know so well it is for free GO GET IT!
Don't insult people who are trying to help or give advice.

Dec 02, 2009
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Accessory CD for PSR E 403
by: Alfred

Dear No name given: I have been one of the proponents in this Forum seeking to convince members to not be shy about identifying themselves, even if they use aliases as first names. However, I feel compelled to say THAT IN YOUR CASE the kind consideration for my well-intentioned (and rejected) offer to help Michel Cyr could not have come at a more encouraging time. I was going to ignore the somewhat rude response and was seriously considering withdrawing from this Forum as it seemed as though politeness had given way to barbaric reaction (and who needs that!?!). I realize that withdrawal would have been my loss as I have found the Forum very helpful for all of us.
Thank you for championing this issue.


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This is a friendly forum - negative comment deleted.
by: Mantius Cazaubon (Moderator)

Negative comment has been deleted and offender has been dealt with.

Alfred is held in high regard here. Please take your negativity elsewhere.

Dec 02, 2009
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HEY YOU?????
by: Dick Rector

Well done Mantius!

Thanks, we all like to be treated with at least elementary respect.

Regards
Dick


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Friendly Yamaha Keyboard Forum
by: Mantius

Thanks Dick. Let's stay on the friendly side. People like you keep this forum alive.

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