I don't (or if I do, they're buried in a .zip file somewhere.) A long time ago I got a Pa800, and I still have it. Very full-featured board, and more capable for music production than Roland or Yamaha. For example, you can do a quick record with a style (what Korg calls a "backing sequence") and then edit the chord track to correct your mistakes. The board will re-expand your edited backing sequence into a full MIDI. Yamaha and Roland cannot do this, the workflow is simply not as convenient. As far as styles go, I never warmed up to what was on-board the Pa800. Some were jumpy or in need of volume balancing, and most just weren't good matches for the style of music I play. If I were determined to campaign a Korg, I would probably make a concerted effort (no pun intended) to convert my favorite Yamaha styles. StyleWorks XT is your friend!
Edited by TedS (07/27/21 12:13 AM)