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Chello`s own compositions / Re: Chellos Pick Up the Pieces
« Last post by Chello on Yesterday at 05:43:39 PM »
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Chello`s own compositions / Re: Chellos Pick Up the Pieces
« Last post by papakeyboard on Yesterday at 05:38:10 PM »
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Chellos DIY Projects / Re: Adjustable horn project - "Angel Wings"
« Last post by Chello on Yesterday at 04:44:27 PM »


Installation of curved plates:
The plates are, as usual, cut a little bigger.
The advantage of doing so is that the assembly becomes easier, because the glue makes the plate easily slipping.

It is stuck with a compressed air gun.
Excess material is sanded away afterwards.

Much work remains; but the project begins to take shape. Samba.gif
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Chello`s own compositions / Chellos Pick Up the Pieces
« Last post by Chello on February 19, 2018, 03:55:30 PM »

           one of my best
     

Here is another MIDI to STYLE;
Chellos Pick Up the Pieces

OTS included
Special MultiPads included



This style is tweaked/revoiced on Tyros4
OTS are made on Tyros4
MultiPads are made with PSR PadMaker


I've made two versions; one for Tyros1, and one for Tyros4
The style for Tyros1 is not adjusted, and have no OTS added

- A very simple Funk style - based on Pickup the Pieces by Candy Dulfer.
I have now included an additional line in the description:
Possibility to use complex chords
If it says YES, this means that you can use 4-5 fingers in your left hand - without the harmonies being incorrect.

Mode for this style: Neutral
All style parts using notes in EMajor
Time: 4/4
Tempo: 112
Possibility to use complex chords: YES


The picture below should give a good description of how the song should be played.
At the same time, it is also helpful for those who want to create styles with Style Works.

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Chellos DIY Projects / Re: Adjustable horn project - "Angel Wings"
« Last post by Chello on February 19, 2018, 02:14:26 AM »


Frames completed:
The frames are finished, with mounted arches.
Now the plates should be bent and mounted on the arches.




Hexagonal shape selected for bottom plate:
This is maximal stable in all positions, and the edges of the shape also make it easier to adjust the horns relative to the speakers.
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N / Re: Southern Man - Neil Young
« Last post by papakeyboard on February 18, 2018, 05:09:41 PM »
I'm afraid you're right.

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N / Re: Southern Man - Neil Young
« Last post by Chello on February 18, 2018, 05:00:48 PM »
This may also be because you do not have the same voices on your keyboard,
so some voices may be missing; or all.  student.gif
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N / Re: Southern Man - Neil Young
« Last post by papakeyboard on February 18, 2018, 04:48:36 PM »
Thanks for your reaction, Chello.
I'm afraid there's no OTS at all.......
Mostly the OTS for T4 works fine on my 770, sometimes I'm just missing a voice.

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N / Re: Southern Man - Neil Young
« Last post by Chello on February 18, 2018, 04:19:35 PM »
Thanks for constructive feedback, papakeyboard!
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Style volume is mostly set to typical 70 by Yamaha, while I used 100 previously.
Now I use (styles where I have not used PSR MidiPlayer) about 85.

That I use such a high volume is a lot due to the fact that the sounds I mostly use for the right hand blend more coherently when the style volume is set a little high.
Most people put the right hand volume too high.

That OTS does not work on S770 is probably normal because I can only adapt to Tyros 4 as the latest model.
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N / Re: Southern Man - Neil Young
« Last post by papakeyboard on February 18, 2018, 02:55:28 PM »
I just tested the T4-style on my psr 770 and I really like it!  welldone.gif
2 small remarks:
The stylevolume is very high for my instrument. This I found out earlier with other "Chello"-yamaha-styles. I can easy put it a bit lower, so no problem. Maybe every instrument has its own volume-settings.
The OTS doesn't work on my instrument.

Greatings,
papakeyboard.
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