Yamaha Club Tutorial DVD ‘Tips from the Top – Volume 2’ Now Available


Tips From The Top – Volume 2‘, the sixth tutorial DVD I have produced in the Yamaha Club’s ‘Playing Yamaha’ series, is now available.

A second helping of easy to follow mini-workshops and step-by-step demonstrations from the Yamaha Club archive. Glyn Madden and James Woodcock present a further selection of hints and tips as we answer some of the Yamaha player’s most frequently asked questions.

The DVD also includes a trailer previewing 10 original compositions I created, that will be available soon on Audio CD from the Yamaha Club!

Chapters

  • Saving Registrations
    Probably the most frequently asked question. A basic guide to using the Registration Memory buttons to store set-ups that you want to keep.
  • Working with ‘Song’ Files
    Whether you know them as ‘Song’ or ‘MIDI’ files, this section gives an insight into how they can be played and – shows how they can be displayed to best effect on the screen.
  • Percussion Sounds
    Ever fancied livening up your performance with a drum solo? Your keyboard or Clavinova has all the sounds you need to get started.
  • Personalising the One Touch Settings
    If the O.T.S. buttons don’t provide the voices you would have ideally chosen for a piece of music you can customise them with sounds that are just right for your performance.
  • Technology Explained
    With his knowledge of all things computer based, James Woodcock is the ideal man to guide you through some of the technical issues you might encounter when using a modern arranger keyboard.

COMPATIBLE WITH:
Yamaha PSR-1000, PSR-1100, PSR-1500, PSR-2000, PSR-2100, PSR-3000, PSR-S700 and PSR-S900 series, Tyros (1), Tyros2, Tyros3 and Tyros4 keyboards.
CVP200, CVP300, CVP400 and CVP500 Series Clavinovas.
(UK PAL format only. Region Free!).

You can purchase the DVD from the Yamaha Club website.

James Woodcock

Freelance Journalist, Author, Blogger & Podcaster specialising in gaming and technology. Ever since he experienced the first controllable pixel movement on the television screen, he has been entranced by the possibilities and rewarding entertainment value generated from these metal and plastic boxes of delight. Writing hundreds of articles including commentary and reviews on various gaming platforms, while also interviewing well known industry figures for popular online publications.