Expansion Soundpacks

Expansion Packs for Yamaha Arrangers

EARLY DIGITAL SYNTHS Bundle Expansion Pack
for Yamaha Tyros 5, Genos, PSR 975, 775, 970, 770, A3000

180+ pro-voices from the 3 most popular digital synthesizers ever!

• Expand your Yamaha Tyros 5 / GENOS sound palette with this expansion pack bundle with more than 180 Top Quality samples from the legendary "early digital" synthesizers, YAMAHA DX7, KORG M1 & R-[forbidden trademark name]-d* D-50!

• This Yamaha TYROS 5, GENOS, PSR 975, PSR 775, PSR 970, PSR 770, PSR A3000, PSR 670 Expansion Pack Bundle contain more than 180 professional quality sounds!
70 sounds from YAMAHA DX7, 50 sounds from KORG M1 and 60+ sounds from D-50.

• Staring from 1983 with YAMAHA DX7 the era of the "early digital" synthesizers followed with the release of the D-50 on 1987 and finally one year later on 1988 was time for the KORG M1.
All this "early digital" synth had enormous commercial success and combined hit sales for more than 1 million keyboards and give a very characteristic sound on the music production from mid 80's to mid 90's
The list of the music hits recorded using sounds from these 3 legendary "early digital" synthesizers is endless...

• In this Yamaha Tyros 5 / GENOS Expansion Pack Bundle you will find among others: Great Rich Pads and PolySynth Sounds, Synth Basses, Brass, Leads, Percussive Synths, El. Piano, Organ etc.
There are NO acoustic sounds (guitars, flutes or oboes...) in this collection since even the cheapest modern synth produce better acoustic sounds.
The power of this legendary synth in any case was on the complex and unique synth sounds and not on acoustic instruments imitation.

I personally record the samples from the 3 legendary synthesizers using top notch studio equipment and i spend many hours of sound programming in order to achieve the perfect sound in Yamaha TYROS 5, GENOS, PSR 975, PSR 775, PSR 970, PSR 770, PSR A3000, PSR 670.

If you wand to purchase only one of the Expansion Packs of this Special Bundle you can visit the appropriate individual sales page.
Yamaha DX7, KORG M1, D-50

W A R N I N G:
You can't find this sounds for free in forums or buy them in a cheap 32.323 sounds bundle for 3 Euros...
If you are looking for this type of material THIS PACK IS NOT FOR YOU !!!
If you are satisfy with free and cheap garbage sounds THIS PACK IS NOT FOR YOU !!!

This listing is for buyers who want EXTRA QUALITY PROFESSIONAL sounds for their Yamaha Tyros 5 / GENOS!

Price: 41.50 Euro

Technical Details:
- You MUST have flash memory expansion module installed on your Tyros 5 / GENOS (512MB is enough). ALL sounds are containing extra samples which are not present on the original wave memory.
- The sizes of this pack bundle are: 66MB for the DX7, 45MB for the M1 and 130MB for the D-50
- This is a .ppf expansion pack for Yamaha Expansion manager
- In order to use this pack you need to have installed in your computer YAMAHA EXPANSION MANAGER (YEM) [latest version please]
- I know that this pack not compatible with older Tyros 4,3,2 and 1
Tested and works fine on Tyros 5, Genos, PSR 975, 775, 970, 770, A3000
More Info:
Here i sell ONLY the sound pack, The keyboard itself is NOT INCLUDED!!!
NOTE: this is Digital Download ONLY, nothing additional to receive via physical postal service or other delivery method

About Delivery:
Once item has been purchased & the payment has been cleared, WITHIN 24 HOURS IN BUSINESS DAYS you will receive in your e-mail address shown on PayPal a link to download all the Presets pack - NO RETURNS ACCEPTED!!!
Expansion Soundpack for Yamaha Genos, Tyros 5, PSR with 180 quality sounds from DX7, D50 and M1

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