Yamaha PORTATONE PSR-1000 Owner's Manual: Basic Operations Organizing Your Data

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Basic Operations — Organizing Your Data
The PSR-2000/1000 utilizes a variety of data types — including voices, accompaniment styles, songs, multi pads and
registration memory settings. Much of this data is already programmed and contained in the PSR-2000/1000; you can
also create and edit your own data with some of the functions on the instrument.
All this data is stored in separate files — just as is done on a computer.
Here, we'll show you how to use the basic operations of the display controls in handling and organizing the data of the
PSR-2000/1000 in files and folders.
Files can be opened, saved, named, moved, or deleted in their respective Open/Save displays. You can select these
displays according to their respective file types, as well: Song, Voice, Style, etc. Moreover, you can organize your data
efficiently by putting various files of the same type into a single folder.
The Open/Save displays for Song, Voice, Style, Multi Pad Bank and Registration Bank can be called up from the MAIN
display (the display shown when the power is turned on) by pressing the appropriate [A] - [J] button.
Open/Save display for
Song (page 76)
handles the Song files.
Open/Save display for Style (page 59)
handles the Style files.
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Open/Save display for
Voice (page 54)
handles the Voice files.
A
B
C
D
E
Open/Save display for
Multi Pads (page 73, 118)
handles the Multi Pad Bank
files.
F
G
H
I
J
Open/Save display for Registration Bank (page 85)
handles the Registration Bank files.
The following Open/Save dis-
play types are also available;
however, these are selected
from displays other than the
MAIN display (page 151).
• SYSTEM SETUP
• MIDI SETUP
• USER EFFECT
• MUSIC FINDER

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    I need some voice style into my keyboard yamaha 1000