Hi again RogerHi Mris - Custom Data is a different thing in Technics keyboards.
I'll have a look again at that collection and convert it again to KN5000 and we'll see what happens - interesting challenge is this...
These files succeed to loadHave a look at some of the other files on my web site - the rest of those in that collection must all be KN7000...
mris,Hi Pete and Rmepstead
As far as I know one of the differences between the kn6000 and the kn6500 was the provision of a wave expansion slot.
So for the KN6500 a SY-EW02NX and a EW65 NX can be placed.( and used after upgrading)
I downloaded some files from the technics kn7000styles and tried them on a kn6000 , but got an error" not made for this item)
Maybe you have more luck. I think they were made by an KN7000 even on KN5000 level but the item numbers are different.
I will thank RMepstead for freely using his files and meanwhile I stay searching
I downloaded all of the sound files from the KN7000 legacy site and got the same message as you did, namely it said, "00 Not made for this item". I guess these sounds were saved from a KN7000 and posted to the website. So, I guess the search continues. I thought somewhere I read that these sounds, (all except ES04, is this designation correct?), are compatible with the 6000 onward. Anyone got any ideas? Thanks!
Hi PeteThe puzzling thing is that on my laptop it shows about 36 TM files on the floppy disk and on the keyboard screen it shows only 8 on the floppy. Why the discrepancy? There are 4 files created by a sound synthesis company and those files are described as working for the KN5000 - 7000. Yet they don't show up in the screen of the keyboard. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Thanks for any help you can give me.
TM in technics stands for sound memory files, the sounds you make with your kb, I dont know what the effect will be when they are made on another keyboard so be careful with thatmris,
The files I'm trying to load are TM tone/sound files. Does that make a difference?
Before loading data (other than midi)you need to know which data your kb recognizes.
Converted files to be used on a Technics kb must have data that can be read by Technics kb because you are gonna change
your internal memory.
Depending on the kb type you can see which data can be loaded and read.
Most common are
For ex. current panel file = extension LSW
panel memory file = extension PMT
Sequencer = SFQ
composer = CMP
sound memory = TM
effect mory = EFC
So you should not change file extension but you DO have to change the song number.
for ex. song i need.
you want to load the data for the sequencer and the composer
If you are just interested in the style than load the .CMP
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