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#352856 - 10/15/12 02:39 PM Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks
lahawk Offline
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With Loud Piano, No Piano, and/or No Vocals

The demo samples sound pretty good

Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks
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#352858 - 10/15/12 03:18 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
mirza Offline
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Not bad at all.

But no one knows how many styles you can use at one time.Does anyone has that information?How does it work? Does it go to all that magnificent 64mb of flash or do they go strait from usb??
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#352863 - 10/15/12 04:04 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
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Hey Larry ,

I think they looked at what i was bussy with smile

I think they thought thats a good idea to promote something dif then midi but almost the same lollllllllll

Greetz rico i couldnt resist wave

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#352864 - 10/15/12 06:04 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: mirza]
lahawk Offline
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Originally Posted By: mirza
Not bad at all.

But no one knows how many styles you can use at one time.Does anyone has that information?How does it work? Does it go to all that magnificent 64mb of flash or do they go strait from usb??


These are not audio STYLES but rather pro audio BACKING tracks that can be used with any device that plays wave files. Many keyboards support playing wave files from a USB stick where you can play and/or record and add your performance and/or voice. No internal flash memory is needed.
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#352866 - 10/15/12 06:36 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
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ooooo...Ok..Thanks for the info.Than I really take it back.Rico you are right.But,I think this is worse than using only midi files.Yammie is really selling out even a little bit of soul left in.
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#352869 - 10/15/12 07:03 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
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Sounds like karaoke ?

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#352871 - 10/15/12 07:07 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
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karaoke is fun, or most of the time...funny
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#352873 - 10/15/12 07:28 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
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Maybe they should of named it the k950 ?

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#352878 - 10/15/12 09:49 PM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
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Originally Posted By: lahawk
karaoke is fun, or most of the time...funny


Hopefully it is, Larry, as several pro SZ "Entertainers" sing over MP3 and/or Wav backing tracks, and they say that it is, indeed, "fun"...and, in some cases, quite profitable.

Thankfully (for the listeners), I have no aspirations as a singer/karaoke performer, but, no doubt the current bunch of Yamaha arrangers, and other brands, such as Korg's PA-600/PA3, can certainly do a fine job as Karaoke machines (even displaying lyrics on a big screen), equally for amateurs and pros alike.

Perhaps the "K" in "Korg", (which was originally called "Keio Electronic Laboratories", and later became "Korg" — a derivation of the words “Keio” and “ORGan”), could also stand for "Karaoke"??? wink

Today's keyboards sure can be real "entertainment centers", for both home and bars...I think Karaoke it is still at it's most popularity in Japan and some parts of New Jersey.... wink

Ian
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#352892 - 10/16/12 07:37 AM Re: Yamaha Audio Backing Tracks [Re: lahawk]
FransN Offline
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Isn't it great that all the modern arrangers give you these options. You don't have to use it but it is nice to know that you can.

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