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How to find the Tyros 5 music finder files

Yamaha Genos
Yamaha SX900 - PSR-SX900
SX Series

Amongst all the other goodies that we've loaded into your new Yamaha PSR SX900 keyboard, you'll be pleased to hear that we've also included the Music Finder songs (nearly 1900 of them!) from the old Yamaha Tyros 5 keyboard. As there is no longer a Music Finder facility on the SX900, we have had to convert them to work in the new Playlist section. Here's how to find them:

For Genos and SX Series

Step 1:

Make sure that the USB stick we provided is plugged into the back of the keyboard – then turn the power on.

Step 2:

When the keyboard has powered up fully, press the PLAYLIST button, which you’ll find to the right of the screen above the circular data wheel.

Step 3:

You are now looking at the main Playlist display screen. At the top of the screen, in the middle, there is an oblong box that tells you the name of the currently loaded Playlist. Press this box with your finger exactly where the writing is.

Step 4:

Now you’re looking at the page where all the Playlists are stored. You need to make sure that you’re on the USER section at the top, and the USER section on the left-hand side of the screen.

Step 5:

On the bottom right-hand side of the screen, if you can see a little arrow pointing upwards then press it until it disappears.

Step 6:

You will now be able to see a file on the screen called ‘Tyros 5 MFD files’. Press it on the screen so it highlights in white.

Step 7:

Now press the PLAYLIST button (by the circular wheel) and you will be taken directly to the Playlist display where the Tyros 5 Music Finder files will be showing. To play a song, simply double-tap the desired title and start playing – easy!

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