The navigation bar on the left takes you to a page of styles for the indicated Yamaha arranger keyboard. You will find there a listing of all the internal preset styles that came with that keyboard. On many of the pages, there are also additional style sets that are compatible with, indeed, have been tuned to work with, that particular keyboard. All of these style sets can be downloaded. In all cases, you will be downloading a compressed file (a zip file) that must be uncompressed to get at the included styles. Be sure to check each page and to scroll to the end of the page. There are many thousands of styles available in this section.
This "tuning" of styles is one of the strengths of the PSR and Tyros arranger line since the PSR2000 model. Not many users actually create their own styles from scratch, but many have learned how to modify an existing preset style to "tune" it to their own particular preferences. It is fairly easy to modify accompaniment voices and volumes to suit your own personal tastes. You can change the default tempo of a style and the various OTS voices saved with that. You can even take parts of a style, for example, a bass pattern used in one style, and put it in another style. All of this can be saved in a new version of the style that you can name whatever you like. So each user can create as many styles as needed with these keyboards. The lessons available in the Lessons section of this site help you learn how to do all this style tuning. In this section of Styles as well as other sections, you will be able to download styles created and/or tuned by other owners for your use and enjoyment.
There are many sites on the internet where you can download files that can be used with the PSR or Tyros keyboards. Our Links section will point you to some of the best. In the downloads provided at this site, we initially focused on files specifically designed for or tuned-to the PSR-2000 since that was the newest Yamaha arranger keyboard. Over the years, Yamaha introduced new arranger keyboards and the PSR Tutorial expanded as it tried to keep up. Today you will find files here that you can use on any of the mid-range Yamaha arranger keyboards (from the PSR-730 up through the latest PSR-S975). You will also find files for the top-level arranger Yamaha arranger keyboards from the PSR-8000 up to the latest Tyros5 and Genos models.
19 pages of various style collections are found here. Some owners spend a lot of time collecting styles from the internet and saving the best that they find. You will find several such style collections in this section. Some players not only collect styles, but they do a lot of "tweaking" to rework styles to their own liking or keyboard. Style sets from several style "converters" are also available here. Finally, Onacimus has painstakingly converted many of the original Yamaha style sets for use on later (or earlier) keyboards. His conversions are all here as well.
There are literally tens of thousands of styles available at the PSR Tutorial. They are provided in small sets of styles compressed into a single zip file. To get the styles on your keyboard, you first download the zip file, then unzip it to get to the underlying style files. These style files are then copied from your computer to a USB drive or a floppy disk for use on your Yamaha keyboard. Note that it is also possible to simply order one or more of the PSR Tutorial style collections on a USB drive and you get thousands of styles sent to you on that drive, unzipped and ready to use on your keyboard. 2b1af7f3a8