Style Works 2000 Korg Pa

Style Works 2000 Korg Pa

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A (limited) custom version of Style Works 2000, EMC's renowne
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Style Works 2000 Korg Pa is a (limited) custom version of Style Works 2000, EMC's renowned, award-winning style-conversion utility. It is provided as a freeware* application for Korg Pa arrangers, and includes most of the functionalities you can find in the complete package.
With Style Works 2000, you can convert styles from the most popular formats from Generalmusic, Kawai, Roland, Solton/Ketron, Technics, Yamaha, Wersi.
Upgrading to the complete (commercial) package is strongly recommended. Please contact EMC for the upgrade.

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vithoon

vithoon Good for me.

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porter-89

porter-89 Good

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win michaels

win michaels Manual for program very vague and hard to decipher. Have tried many ways to make styles and load them into my i40m and have had weeks of problems. It will load the first style and play OK than when you load the next style it changes the first style that was loaded. Sometimes, when loading a style it will change the style and it never ever retains the name that was given to the style. Extremely frustrated. I'm selling my i40m and buying an arranger where I can make the styles right in the keyboard and be done with it. I wasted $310.00 to purchase this program and it is useless

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