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"STYLE" is a Yamaha term for its Auto-accompaniment modules. "RHYTHM" is a Casio term for its Auto-accompaniment modules.

If you are talking about the PSR-3000 factory installed pre-set styles, you can just download them from the PSRTutorial.com library onto a USB flash drive and use them directly from that on the PSR-S775. If you are talking about User styles that are stored in internal memory, just save them to a flash drive and port it to the S775. If you are talking about User styles that are already on a flash drive, just unplug it from the PSR-3000 and plug it into the S775. They will work from the flash drive on the S775 the same way they did from the flash drive on the PSR-3000.

In every case though, you may need to do a considerable amount a voice (sound) tweaking to get them to sound correctly on the S775. There are considerable differences between the the 3000's voice set and the S775's voice set. The PSR-3000 was released in 2004, so its voice set is 16 years old.
 
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Thanks Ted for reply. Now I am looking to transfer styles from SD card on 3000 to USB so I can use on PRS s775 which has no SDcard slot
 
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The card in the PSR-3000 is NOT an SD Card. It is a Smart Media card. You can not use a Smart Media Card in an SD Card slot, and vice versa.

You could use the PSR-3000 to transfer files from the Smart Media Card to the USB Flash Drive, but if you have very many files, it would take forever to do it one file at a time. It would be a lot faster and easier to use Yamaha's Musicsoft Downloader, and bulk transfer them from the Smart Media Card directly to the computer's hard drive.
 

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