Dens Harmony for SX700 & SX900


Dens Harmony for SX700 & SX900

Postby dentyr » 12 Apr 2024 05:39

Pushed this together on a cold morning but the weather came good so here is a slide show of the proceedings.
Stop the video and check out on the kbd.
Slide 1 Main screen
Slide 2 Style location
Slide 3 All voices on
Slide 4 Volumes- check Choir needs to be up
Slide 5 Style set.
Slide 6 Stop Accompaniment, Don't need strings.
Slide 7 Harmony Echo Note the little cog wheel down on the right.
Slide 8 Assign R3 for the descant.

Not often I'm right but this time I may be wrong.

Regards, Den.
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Re: Dens Harmony for SX700 & SX900

Postby Hugh-AR » 26 May 2024 13:05


Brilliant! Just had to listen to the result of your efforts, but it's not easy to find your Page!

So here it is for anyone who wants to listen.

Love that harmony your PSR-SX700 has come up with .. and all this from just playing single notes in the melody line?

It's all about the music ♫ ♪ ♫ Organ: Yamaha AR80 & Keyboard: Tyros 4
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Re: Dens Harmony for SX700 & SX900

Postby barwonfan » 31 May 2024 11:43

Lovely. I think that you have captured the essence of this great anthem. J.T.
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