First: Hi! I used to be a regular on this forum, but some years ago, I started getting really into playing digital grand piano, and then after a few years, I got really into relearning guitar, and now it's songwriting.
I still play the arranger professionally for seniors, currently the Yamaha SX900. Sorry for leaving the party over at Synthzone.
OK, I want to rewrite a song I recorded in 2008 using a PSR-S900 as the sound generator. I lost the whole project file, so I have to start from scratch. I'm looking for the style file I used for this project because I loved the ending - a slap bass ending which sounds a bit like Seinfeld.
I have the song queued up to the last 10 seconds here - ignore the vibraphone that I throw in, then listen to that slap bass line. I thought it was a Yamaha style, but I have hundreds and hundreds of styles, and I can't find it. Could it be a PSR-9000 style.
For all the other parts of the song outside of the ending, the Yamaha ModernR&B style works perfect.
Here's the last 10 seconds of the song: https://soundcloud.com/larry-levin-1/all-the-give-that-you-got?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing#t=3:33
You can back up if you want to hear the rest of the song. I think outside of my electric piano fills, vibraphone, and emulated harmonica playing, everything is generated by the Yamaha style I used.
Edited by Beakybird (06/19/22 09:39 PM)