Split a yamaha PSR-GX76 keyboard

by Nicolette

I have a yamaha PSR-GX76 keyboard and I can't figure out how to split it so that one half plays one instrument, and the other half plays a different one.

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Sep 03, 2018
by: Anonymous

It doesn't split. I had one for almost 10 years.
It's a great keyboard, I used it in the studio and even used the loops I created with it.
They could take off the DJ crap and make a better machine that splits and synchs better on the recorder.

Apr 17, 2010
by: Nicolette

thank you everyone for the posts. you were very helpful

Feb 28, 2010
Yamaha AC adaptor
by: Anonymous

Can anyone tell me where I can find an ac adaptor that can be used for the Yamaha PSR-GX76? (I've only found one in the UK and it involves steep shipping rate and I'm not even sure the plug would be correct.)


Nov 15, 2009
PSR GX76 Split
by: Alfred

Dear Johan: Thanks for your post. It proves the Forum works and teaches all of us something new.
Keep well.

Nov 15, 2009
Yamaha PSR-GX76
by: Johan


As a owner of this keyboard, I can tell you that it hasnt got any split functions accept the preset ones that are between no. 99 and 108 in die voice memory. These cant be changed at all.

Hopes this helps.



Nov 06, 2009
PSR GX 76 Split Voice
by: Alfred

Dear Nicolette: Sorry I overlooked inserting my name. What Dick Rector has said in reply is correct. Between his suggestions and mine, you should be successful, and you may not need to re-set to Factory condition. Please excuse typos in earlier message.

Nov 06, 2009
PSR GX76 Split Voice
by: Anonymous

Dear Nicolette: If your unit has the Controls and
Display/Menu, try the following:
1) Press Split Button (or activate Split)
2) Check Display/Menu for "Split" indication
Your keyboard may then have a preselected
3) To select combo YOU WANT, hold Split Button
for its delayed-second-function, tehn select t
the Voices.
My suggestion is based on general procedure for PSR's. If it works, please post a message on this Forum so othermembers can learn from your experience. Let me know haow you fare. Good luck.

Nov 06, 2009
by: Dick Rector

Dear Nicolette,

Not familiar with your model keyboard as it was released by Yamaha in 2000.
If you still have the manual you have to look for 'splitpoint'.
If you don't have it, with a bit of luck you can still download it in PDF format from:

Sometimes a FACTORY-RESET will set automatically the default splitpoint. Again this is maybe different for your keyboard but if you hold down the highest white key + the 3 nearest BLACK keys to its left while powering up that will do it.
Don't worry you can't ruin anything.

If there is a function button try that to find a splitpoint-setting.
Sorry I can't be at more help, hopefully someone else reads your question and tells you how to do it.
Would be nice to let us know when and how it was done so other readers can benefit from it.

Regards and good luck
Dick Rector
Bali (Indonesia)

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