Yamaha PSR-EW425 - Import WAV

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Bought the PSR-EW425 today - can't get a WAV to play from my flash drive (it is correctly formatted) - I go through the loading process and it says "TooLong" when I hit enter. The same WAV plays perfectly (on a different flash drive) on my Korg EK-50. Any help would be appreciated.
 
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Bought the PSR-EW425 today - can't get a WAV to play from my flash drive (it is correctly formatted) - I go through the loading process and it says "TooLong" when I hit enter. The same WAV plays perfectly (on a different flash drive) on my Korg EK-50. Any help would be appreciated.
I figured it out. WAV must be 16 bit.
 
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Any other ideas, to get the wave file going, please?
For your help, thanks so much!
Arabelle
 
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Any other ideas, to get the wave file going, please?
For your help, thanks so much!
Arabelle
Make sure your flash drive has a folder that reads "USER FILES", then load your WAV files to the flash drive from your PC or other computer. Insert the flash drive before turning on the keyboard - select any stored sound you have first - then - press the "sound / audio" button twice to recall the WAV files from the flash drive on your keyboard. They will now play. Remember: Your flash drive MUST be formatted - then add the folder name "USER FILES" BEFORE transferring WAV files to the flash drive.
 
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Make sure your flash drive has a folder that reads "USER FILES", then load your WAV files to the flash drive from your PC or other computer. Insert the flash drive before turning on the keyboard - select any stored sound you have first - then - press the "sound / audio" button twice to recall the WAV files from the flash drive on your keyboard. They will now play. Remember: Your flash drive MUST be formatted - then add the folder name "USER FILES" BEFORE transferring WAV files to the flash drive.
Thanks so much foryour help!
Best,
Arabelle
 
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I have another question! Now I managed the wave file, but I can hardly hear the sound of the keys, when I play along! Is there a way to balance both out?
For your help thanks so much in advance again!!
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Arabelle
 
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I have another question! Now I managed the wave file, but I can hardly hear the sound of the keys, when I play along! Is there a way to balance both out?
For your help thanks so much in advance again!!
Best,
Arabelle
It sounds like you have your WAV files mastered at a much higher volume than what you can sound your keyboard volume. I had to use freeware Audicity to lower the dbl - by about -9 or -12dbl to get a level sound from the WAV files playing and accompanying. It is a simple software - https://www.audacityteam.org/download/
 

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