Lemmings Game Music Live Performance on the Yamaha Tyros3 Keyboard by James Woodcock

Nearly a year ago, I played the Simon the Sorcerer theme on the Yamaha Tyros3 keyboard. Recently I taught myself another piece of gaming music nostalgia, this time from the classic puzzle game Lemmings. Using a bank of registration memory settings that I created, a Premium Style accompaniment, multipads, a range of voices and even a couple of Lemmings sound clips that I trigger with a foot pedal. I really hope you enjoy my latest performance.

Here are a few details for Yamaha keyboard enthusiasts…

  • Style: MallorcaDiscoBeat (A Preium Style available from www.yamahamusicsoft.com, with a slight voice change adding a pad sound)
  • Voices: Right3 – PWMLead (Lead voice), Right2 – ButterStrings, Right 1 – BrightPadBell, Left – BigOctavePad, Left (Last chorus) – HahPad (from the Choir and Vocals Premium Voice Expansion Pack
  • Multipad: TechSeq1
  • Tempo: 122
  • Left Foot Pedal: HDR playback trigger, playing a couple of *.wav sound clips from the Windows version of Lemmings (Also triggers Harmony/Echo on registration 4)
  • Right Foot Pedal: Style Fill Self trigger

All of this performance is live with no audio altered or added after recording.

James Woodcock

Freelance Journalist, Author, Blogger & Podcaster specialising in gaming, gadgets 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. Available for hire, contact me for more information.

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Michael Valentine
11 years ago

Very nice James :)

Alex Ford
11 years ago

You ARE Multi-talented James! – Regards Alex Ford.

11 years ago

Impressive James. When are you going to be able to play it on 2 guitars at the same time? :P

James Woodcock
11 years ago
Reply to  @vodburner

Hey it is hard enough playing the 'one' keyboard :)