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#467559 - 03/17/19 06:16 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
broker22 Offline
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Thank you for the styles Gary and nice job with that song. Cal

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#467560 - 03/17/19 08:22 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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Glad I could help, Cal. And thanks for the compliments on the song submission.

All the best,

Gary cool
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#467561 - 03/17/19 08:42 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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Went thru most of the song specific styles and some I had already for some reason, but there were some real gems in there also to choose.
Song specific styles is what I was talking about when you can customize your intros/ending, & variations to a certain song...all the tools and features are already in the kbs....you just have to have the talent and know how to pursue it for your needs. cool2

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#467563 - 03/17/19 09:06 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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That's the beauty of using Style Creator, the built in program Yamaha uses in all it's arranger keyboards. Once you learn how to use it, which requires a fair amount of time, you will be absolutely astounded as to how easy it is to create some high quality style files.

All the best,

Gary cool
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#467574 - 03/17/19 11:33 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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Nice job on the tune, Gary ...

And while I've only scratched the surface, creating your own styles on the KORG is pretty easy also - if I can do it, ANYONE can ... swap anything you want from one style to another, overlay tracks, create new ones, etc. ...
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#467581 - 03/17/19 01:09 PM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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This is one of the reasons i love the yamaha forums..
People love to help and share their creations...
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#467596 - 03/18/19 08:45 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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Tony, the only Korg I ever owned was an I-3, and it was pretty bare bones, but sounded pretty good at the time. Don Mason tells me that creating styles with it is a snap. The I-3 did have any software features like this available. Thanks for listening to my song, and those kind words.

Bachus, I agree with your comments about the Yamaha, online community. There are a lot of nice folks on those forums and they freely share their experiences and creations.

All the best,

Gary
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#467601 - 03/18/19 09:48 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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lets face it the minute you even just change the OTS sound and save the style it becomes "your custom" style .....But, when you dig in deep and re-record let's say the bass line, drum beats, add new parts, filters, EQ, etc, eg: brass stabs, string layers, etc, it becomes
"YOUR GREAT CUSTOM UNIQUE STYLE"

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#467602 - 03/18/19 10:02 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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Yep! That's the way I look at it as well, Donny.

Gary cool
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#467605 - 03/18/19 10:06 AM Re: Song Specific Styles [Re: travlin'easy]
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Originally Posted By travlin'easy
Yep! That's the way I look at it as well, Donny.

Gary cool


Yes gary example many Yamaha 4th variations BIG BAND styles don't have a walking bass line which I love as a singer and player, its most times a jumping bass line,.....this is where re-recording or even pasting a style part bass line from lets say Var2 or 3 comes in very handy to customize the style... cool2

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