Yamaha PSR E463/EW410 Delete User Style


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I own a Yamaha PSR EW410 keyboard.
I uploaded a style file to it by plugging in a USB stick, so now I've got the style on the keyboard.
How can I delete it?
Is there any way to delete the selected user style without proceeding to a factory reset?
Thanks
 

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I am attaching a zipped file that contains an "empty" style from my PSR-E433. It's not completely empty, because I think it does contain a basic drum beat. But when I clear all of the User Styles on my PSR-E433 and then load just one single User Style, the remaining unfilled User Style slots all have this "No data" style in them, and I've taken that "No data" style and made a style file from it.

Download and unzip the attached file, then put the unzipped contents ("No data .STY") on your USB stick. Then try loading this "No data .STY" file to the User Style number that you want to clear. Let me know the outcome. :)
 

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Hello!
Thanks a lot! I loaded the style in to the user style I wanted to delete and it worked great!
Thanks a lot for the time you took to help me out. It made my day.
Best regards
 

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I’m glad it worked for you! Now you can “delete” styles from specific User Style slots without having to clear your keyboard’s entire memory. :)

How do you like your PSR-EW410? I have the previous three models— EW400, E443, and E433– but the EW410 has some improvements over the EW400.
 
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About the PSR EW410, I like it very much. Yamaha added some new styles, there's a "Quick Sampling" mode that allows you to input sound through the auxiliary jack and then sample it on the keyboard. They also added what is called "Groove Creator" mode. It's great for making music. It uses different sections.
The speakers on this keyboard are each 12 watts, with 12 CM bass reflexes, so it's sounds great without the need of external speakers.
Now you have to be careful because the smaller version of this keyboard (PSR E463, 61-key) only has 2 speakers that are 6 watts each.
If you need any more details, please feel free to contact me.
 

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The "Groove Creator" mode isn't actually new; Yamaha simply renamed it, possibly because it was felt that the old name wasn't self-explanatory enough. On the prior models it was known as "DJ Patterns." It first appeared on the PSR-E433, but with fewer patterns (or "grooves"). They've added more patterns with each new model:

PSR-E433 -- 10 "patterns" (5 sections each)
PSR-E443 -- 20 "patterns" (5 sections each)
PSR-E453/PSR-EW400 -- 25 "patterns" (5 sections each)
PSR-E463/PSR-EW410 -- 35 "grooves" (5 sections each)
 
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Thanks! I just learnt something!
Also, the PSR EW410 has separate Left + Right sound outputs, while the PSR E463 doesn't have those...
 

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