- Jan 1, 2024
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Looking for general advice. We use a Yamaha PSR S775 for our live duo cover song shows (we have four of them - one for live and a backup, and one for the studio and a backup). My husband has heavily edited different styles, and of course they are saved onto a thumb drive. We are adding a brass section and a drummer for some bigger shows coming up and we don't know how, if it's even possible, to have two thumb drives of the same styles, one edited for the duo with more "stuff", and one for the bigger group with maybe just a simple click track for the drummer to follow along with and without the brass parts. I am not the keyboard player, but trying to help him figure this out. My thought was with, like a computer, you could create a folder of the "complete" songs, then somehow load those in, edit/elete the things we don't need and save the second set of stuff onto the second thumb drive. That way we have a "big show" thumb drive and then a "duo show" thumb drive. He says this doesn't work (he is NOT a computer user), as the minute he removes one thumb drive everything goes away. That doesn't make sense to me. is there a way to do what we are trying to do? And if so, can you point me in the right direction for step by step instructions? Seems like it would be helpful if you could copy the styles on a Mac desktop computer so you could duplicate the thumb drive contents, then edit one, but it doesn't appear that I can do that. Thanks in advance, all.