Chords on a Yamaha PSR-E360


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How do you keep the single finger cord going without keeping your finger Pressed on the chord you want before moving on to the next one? Hope you can help. Dick.
 
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Look for a button or a menu item called "latch."

That setting will keep a note or chord playing after the key is released.

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Hi Gary, I can’t see anything called latch
On the keyboard. I also went through the functions but nothing there either.
 

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Yamaha probably has their own cute name for it. Wait till one of the Yamaha users on the forum gets back to you.

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If you're using the auto accompaniment, the style should continue to play with the specified chord after you lift your finger(s).

But if you're using the "stop accompaniment," which plays a chord in the Split Voice without using the style, I think the chord will play only as long as you've got a key pressed in the accompaniment zone-- that is, to the left of the Split Point. I don't think there's a way to keep the chord playing after you lift your finger(s).
 
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