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    Curt
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    @immusiccm

      Over the weekend, we started looking into creating our own styles. Along the way, I discovered a video from a few years ago where we began to show some of the basic features in the Style section of OAX. Better late than never – I guess it’s finally time we finish up a few more videos on the topic of OAX styles!

      To get started, we have two simple and short examples in this video. In the first one, we are playing left and right hand along with a style. In the second tune, we play the bass line ourselves while the style plays all of the other parts.

      #11650
      Derek
      Participant
      @derekmatts

        Excellent timing was just about to start looking at this subject….

        Derek…….

        #11686
        Curt
        Keymaster
        @immusiccm

          Let’s get a little more mileage out of a couple of videos we did back in 2018. In this video, we introduce something called the “Style Sequencer.” It’s a bit of a hybrid of using a style and playing along with a MIDI sequence. The word “sequence” tends to be a bit of a touchy topic. Is this a feature that interests you?

          #11707
          Curt
          Keymaster
          @immusiccm

            We recorded “part 3” a couple of years ago at the same time as the two videos above but never posted it. It shows a few more details about the Style Sequencer interface.

            #11723
            JK
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            @joeyk

              Hi there,

              I would like to add an information. Curt had posted videos and information some time ago regarding the Wersi style converter (Yamaha).

              @Curt: you mentioned that only break one (Break 1) will work with converted Yamaha styles.

              That is correct but

              the Yamaha keyboards have one break only by design!

              On the other hand Yamaha uses 4 fills like Ketron does. The difference is that Ketron uses specific buttons.

              On the Wersi you can trigger the different fills (4) by pushing the variation button again…(like on the Yamaha keyboard)

              I hope that is nothing everybody already knew 😉

              Cheers

              Juergen

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