450 Preset Styles
Sample T3 Styles
The following notes are from the Yamaha Tyros3 web site:
If you're looking for a pro backing band to support your performance, Tyros3 has everything you could ask for - and more. Whether you are a beginner or an accomplished professional. Styles follow your chordprogressions smoothly and seamlessly, just like a live backing band!
The styles themselves are created by the world's best programmers, and mixed by studio engineers to produce unparlleled quality covering vast musical genres.
The Style play (auto accompainment) feature puts a full backing band at your fingertips, even a solo performer can enjoy playing with the backing of an entire band or orchestra. There is an extremely wide choice of sound images and arrangements to choose from including Pop&Rock, Ballad, Latin and R&B. Playing chords with your left hand as you perform provides the Style Engine with the harmonic information it needs to ensure the backing band always matches what you play. Yamaha's Style Engine is continually developed and currently responds to more than thirth different chord types in any key and instantly produces a harmonically matching backing. Tyros3 also features a built-in Chord dictionary function that helps you find the chord you're looking for.
The latest addition to Yamaha's style engine has been developed to accurately voice guitar parts in styles. SFF GE includes a new Guitar Note Transposition Table that isan interval change mechanism that reproduces all of the chord types you play with accurate guitar voicing - no matter what chord you play, it will sound like an actual guitar chord!
The Tyros3 preset styles in each of the style categories are listed below. You can hear some samples in the Jukebox above. Additional style collections converted for use on the Tyros3 are provided below.
|BALLAD - 44 Styles|
| 80'sBoyBand |
| Chillout2 |
|BALLROOM - 24 Styles|
|COUNTRY - 28 Styles|
|DANCE - 47 Styles|
|ENTERTAINER - 32 Styles|
| 70'sFrenchHit |
| DiscoHands |
| ScandCountry2 |
|LATIN - 39 Styles|
| Bachata |
| CubanSon |
| PopSalsa |
|MOVIE&SHOW - 37 Styles|
| 70'sTVTheme |
| ChristmasSwing1 |
| MovieBallad |
|POP&ROCK - 55 Styles|
| 60's8Beat |
| 8BeatGtrPop |
| Classic8Beat |
|R&B - 45 Styles|
| 60'sRock&Roll |
| GospelFunk |
| SouthernGospel |
|SWING&JAZZ - 48 Styles|
| 30'sBigBand |
| CoolJazz |
| JazzWaltzMed |
|WORLD - 51 Styles|
| 6-8March |
| GermanMarch1 |
| Jig |
Additional Styles for the Tyros 3
Yamaha has provided a conversion program for Tyros2 owners, Tyros3 File Converter, that converts Registration Memory, Song, Style (including OTS), Multi Pad, Custom Voice, and Custom Voice Library created on the Tyros2 for use with the Tyros3. Hammer, who has done that conversion on a number of style collections, has generously provided his converted style sets to the PSR Tutorial. Many of the original style collections are found elsewhere on this site. Here, the entire style set is provided in one large zip file. Note: these zip files are generally as large as an MP3 file would be so, if you don't have a high-speed connection, it will take some time to download.
Tyros Styles for the Tyros3 (321 files/folders; 3.6 MB)
Tyros2 Styles for the Tyros3 (380 files/folders; 5.3 MB)
9000Pro Styles for the Tyros3 (284 files/folders; 2.0 MB)
PSR9000 Styles for the Tyros3 (287 files/folders; 1.7 MB; note: these do not have OTS)
CVP409 Styles for the Tyros3 (431 files/folders; 5.8 MB)
PSR-S900 Styles for the Tyros3 (314 files/folders; 4.2 MB)
Hammer's T3 Gig Collection (293 files/folders; 3.7 MB)
PSR-8000 for Tyros3
(8 October 2010) The PSR-8000 has some great styles. I have taken the conversions done by Onacimus for the PSR-3000 and tuned these for use on the Tyros3. The changes are primarily to the OTS, including adding a Right3 voice. Occassionally, a change in the basic style voices was also required. Note: these styles are in SFF2 format and will not play on earlier keyboards, but they should play on the S910 and the T4. -- Joe Waters
|Ballad (26)||Swing&Jazz (18)||Latin (24)||Ballroom (24)||Country (18)|
|Pop&Rock (40)||R&B (16)||World (22)||Piano (7)|
Tyros4 for Tyros3 (T4-4-T3)
(30 October 2010) There is no way to reproduce the Tyros4 sound on earlier keyboards, even the Tyros3. The reason is, most of the T4 styles used the new voices in that keyboard in the OTS and, sometimes, in the accompaniment style voices. With all the new vocal voices and the many new Super Articulation voices, the T4 sound is unique. Nonetheless, the styles can be converted for use on the Tyros3, as I am doing. You'll see a lot of Vibraphone in these OTS, but it is the Vibraphone in the T3, not the Sweet!Vibraphone in the T4. Similarly, the T4 SA-ConcertGrand is replaced with the T3 Live!ConcertGrand. Where one of the new vocal voices is called for, I occassionally used one of the T3 vocals, but more often than not, simply put in an alternative instrument. It does take quite awhile to work through the categories, particularly since the Tyros4 has so many styles in each category. But, hopefully, eventually it will get done. -- Joe Waters
(22 December 2010) As many of you know, I have moved on to the Tyros4 itself and that has interrupted my conversion of the T4 styles for the T3. I was able to complete 7 categories. Now, thanks to Chris Easdown, who is continuing this project, two more categories are now available: R&B and Pop&Rock.
(9 January 2011) Chris has completed this project with the addition of the Dance and World style categories. Thank you, Chris!
|Swing&Jazz (47)||Latin (49)||Country (33)||Ballroom (27)|
|Ballad (55)||Entertainer (42)||Movie&Show (44)||R&B (54)|
|Pop&Rock (65)||Dance (45) *||World (51) *|
* 1/9/11 - Chris Easdown adds Dance and World categories to style set, which is now complete.
SD1 for Tyros3
(7 November 2010) It's been quite awhile since I tuned some styles to sound the way I liked them. On the T4 conversions above, I tried to put in a voice that was similar to that in the actual T4 even though it may not have been a SuperArticulation version. I also left all left-hand voices OFF and kept them at what was in the T4 or what a similar style in the T3 used. On the SD1 conversions, however, i freely replaced the OTS with Tyros3 OTS presets and often dramatically altered the volume and voices used in the accompaniment. I also often put in a left-hand voice that I would use. I hope you enjoy these "new" styles. They should work equally well on the T4 and perhaps some other models. I have completed the first batch of 20 styles. I'll add additional conversions as they are done, 20 at a time.