Fortunately, there is software available that can detect and remove the megavoices from the style and replace it with a standard guitar or similar voice.
It is similar in function to the style playing capability of MidiPlayer, but offers some additional flexibility.
The earlier keyboards do not have megavoice technology.MusicFinderView (Version.1.3 - June 27 '16) is a PC editor for Music Finder mfd files.Navigation The navigation bar on the left will take you to a page of styles from the indicated Yamaha arranger keyboard.So, I've arranged the Yamaha styles section to reflect a small part of the historical record of Yamaha arranger keyboards.The similarity in the operating system means it is fairly easy to move from one model to another.click on model to see Features and Specifications from Yamaha US site.Jan, 2001, pSR9000, feb, 2000, pSR740, PSR640, PSR540, jul, 1999.MixMaster (Version.1.4 Feb 19, '17) is a program specifically designed for the display and editing of Yamaha midi files such as the song, style, pad and voice files used by the Tyros/PSR line of instruments.Style Compatibility MegaVoices While there have been a series of Yamaha keyboards produced, they have ALL included a basic set of 480 XG and GM voices.And sometimes months after that before it is commonly available.You can see a detailed listing of features and specifications by clicking on any model number.On many of the pages there are additional style sets that are compatible with, indeed, have been tuned to work with, that particular keyboard.StylePlayer (Version.6.0 - Oct 3 '10) plays Yamaha style files on a PCs sound card or on a keyboard or other midi device (if the user has midi output and permits adjustment of the internal style volume.All of this can be saved in a new version of the style that you can name whatever you like.Nov, 2002, pSR2000, PSR1000, jul, Pro, jan, 2001, pSR550.StyleDump (Version.0.1 - Oct 3 '10) is a a multi-purpose file viewer that can be used to list, sort, search, copy, and print the contents of Yamaha style files, section data (Main A, Ending A, etc casm, OTS, MusicFinder database entries, Midi song files.
This technology provided more realistic sounding instruments, particularly the guitars, for the styles built into the Tyros.
This style compatibility, however, was broken with the introduction of the Tyros model.