The Tyros Show – Episode One

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In ‘The Tyros Show’ David and Chris present their latest tips and tricks on the Yamaha Tyros in easy to understand videos. They will also be answering questions that people have sent in from all over the world. There will be interviews with Tyros players from across the UK and in-depth talks with Yamaha’s own professional design and demonstration teams. And much more too!

There will also be video highlights of our monthly meeting for Tyros owners that takes place in our store, we alternate between ‘Tutorial’ sessions where David and Chris show new features and give expert guides, and ‘Performance’ sessions where the members play their latest songs.

Episode one includes:

Tyros Club Live – Tutorial session; (1hr 20mins)

Video highlights from our February meeting where special guest Mike Clark gives a talk about the ‘Circle of fifths’ a musical theory tool that is great for players that like to improvise or play by ear. Then Chris takes over and attempts to take the mystery out of using USB memory sticks with your Yamaha Tyros keyboard. He also gives some useful tips on managing files and folders. David finishes off with a detailed guide to making your own registrations, including one for the music to ‘The Godfather’ film. Both of the ‘Tipsters’ answer questions from the audience throughout the session.

Your Questions Answered – (30mins)

David and Chris answer the lastest questions that have been sent to them. In this edition they cover how to get a Leslie speaker effect using your pedal, how to adjust the style volumes, how to alter your split point, how to lock your rhythm speed when changing registrations and many more subjects.

BONUS CONTENT – Tyros Club members’s performances (42mins)

Some of our members take to the stage and perform their latest songs infront of the whole group. It is very interesting to see the other ways that Tyros users setup their keyboards and use them to perform. We have a wide range of musical tastes and playing styles in our group, so there is always something new to discover and you usually come away with ideas that you want to try at home.

Choose how you watch:

Option 1: Send me a DVD (£19.99 + £2.99 postage)

If you prefer to watch a DVD on your television and have a physical copy to keep, then this is the option for you.

Option 2: Email me the video (£16.99)

If you want watch the video on your computer or tablet this is the option for you. You will be emailed a link to a video that you can watch as many times as you like.