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How to create your own playlists

Yamaha Genos
Genos
Yamaha SX900 - PSR-SX900
SX Series

Customise your music to fit your own specifications  

For Genos and SX Series

Rearranging Playlists 

Step 1

In the playlist screen, tap on one of the songs and use the white up and down arrows on the right-hand side underneath the edit box to move the songs further up and down the playlist to the position of your liking.

Step 2:

Press the‘ save’ icon on the top right side of the screen. When you find a location you would like to save the playlist in, press ‘save here’ to the top right.

Step 3:

You will then be prompted to give your new playlist a name. I suggest naming it something you can recall easily. The save feature is located on the top right-hand side next to the title box when viewing the playlist menu.

 

 

Alternatively, you can also create your own customisable playlist specific to what songs you’d like to use, this makes the screen less crowded with songs you don’t want to use, and leaves more room for easier and faster navigation.

 

Making your own playlist 

Step 1:

Press the button label ‘playlist’ located at the top of the circular scroll wheel. Once you have done this, the playlist screen will appear.

Step 2:

Towards the top right-hand side of the screen, you will see an option label ‘New’, press this option and a blank playlist will appear.

Step 3:

To the right of the screen, you will see the option ‘Add Record’, under this are two boxes labelled ‘list’ and ‘search’; this is how you will find the registration you are wanting to add to your customised playlist.

Step 4:

Highlight it so it’s white and press the option labelled ‘Add To Playlist’ on the top right-hand side. Repeat this process until you have added every song you desire.

Step 5:

Press the ‘save’ option’ located to the right-hand side of the title box.

Step 6:

Give your newly created playlist a title name that you will easily remember and then press the option ‘save here’, this location is where you will find your playlist the next time you want to access it!

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