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Music Workshop It can be difficult sometimes to have the confidence to make your first song upload, so with this in mind we've decided to launch this new forum with a view to helping other members solve some of their music-making problems.

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Wink Re: Welcome to the Music Workshop! - 13-03-2013, 07:52 PM

I have a T1 and a T4 and could not locate P A T in either manual nor on either keyboard. Is it a feature that originated with T2 and has morphed into something more on the T4.

With reference to the comments relative to the value of add on enhansements, I worked my tail off trying to cover 4 registers and bass pedals on pipe organs in order to provide multiples or variation that create more variety for the listening audience.

I ill never use every option on my T4, but when there is a long whole note, I am pleased to have a "Dummy" fill.

I have encountered the reaction to playback of music I have played and saved to the onboard memory by persons who react as if they discovered a secret and that the performer was just a recorder operator.
Arrangers continue to provide more and more in an intiuitive way that makes it easy to learn the fundamentals and that is why I have been willing to own multiple newer versions.

I offer to let anyone play in any format they feel comfortable and in doing so I have made new friends and learned things about my instrument that I had yet to learn.

We all NEED to share in each others experience and hear each others opinions and I am greatful for these we are sharing here
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Default Re: Welcome to the Music Workshop! - 23-03-2013, 11:53 PM

Hello folks,

There is an idea that MIGHT help with one to come up with a tune using PAT. That is to set up a chord pattern, and with it playing back, "play" on the keyboard. The notes would all be "right", and you might come up with a melody line this way.....who knows???? (The PAT mode can be used in the Arranger mode, as well, helping one come up with a tune.)

And another thought, instead of PAT....what if it was called:

P.A.M., for Performance Assured Method, or
B.A.R.R.Y. Better Arrangement Results Respecting Yamaha,
R.O.M.E.O. Rejected Off-note Mode Enlisting Order,
P.A.U.L. Personal Assistance Utilizing Logic, or even
S.P.I.K.E. for Superior Performance Initializing Keyboard Enjoyment?

.......................P.A.T......errrrr.........o ops.....Pat

(Just Joking............)

Another possible use: Movie music-prop, showing off a "gifted" person.................Unless you absolutly know which keys to play, it would be hard to see if the person was really playing or not. (Unless they just "clean" the keys.....)

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