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chellinoolmo

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<<< .sty, .STY and others - what they stand for >>>
I know that many are confused by the producers' use of these extensions -
therefore I have tried to make a list of known extensions for styles - and files that are directly associated with this.

TECHNICS:
All Technics use:
CMP = KN Series Composer File
SQT = KN Series Sequencer File

ROLAND:
G-1000 MSD (Floppy Disk) = .STL
G-1000 MSE (Zip Disk) = .STH
VA-7 MSD (Floppy Disk) = .STL
VA-7 MSE (Zip Disk) = .STH
EXR-Series MSD (Floppy Disk) = .STL
EXR-Series MSE (Zip Disk) = .STH
E-96/86/66/RA95 = .STL
E-600/500/300/KR-570 = .STL
G-800/600/RA800 = .STL
G-70 = .STL
E-50 = .STL
E-80 = .STL
Prelude = .STL
Atelier AT-75/AT-900 = .STL
BK-7m = .STL

KORG:
Pa80/Pa60 = .STY
Pa80/Pa60 User Programs = .PCG
Pa1x/Pa1xPro = .STY
Pa1x/Pa1xPro User Programs = .PCG
Pa800/Pa2xPro = .STY
Pa800/Pa2xPro User Programs = .PCG
Pa3x/Pa900/Pa600 = .STY
Pa3x/Pa900/Pa600 User Programs = PCG

NOTE: By unknown reason is Pa2x not listed; which may indicate that the format is some special;
Keith Ball has noted that Pa3x styles work better if they are converted to Pa2x when they being used on Pa900.


KETRON/SOLTON:
Uses the same extension for all - .PAT and .pat
- except SD7, which uses .KST

WERSI:
Pegasus/Performer/PhonX = STY
Pegasus/Performer/PhonX Dump File = .DMP
Pegasus2/Pegasus+/Performer+/PhonX+ = .STE
Open Art System: .STO

YAMAHA:
2 Variations - PSR 8000/7000/4000/730/630/540 etc.
4 Variations - PSR 9000Pro/9000/740/640 etc.
Tyros 1/2 SFF
Tyros 3/4 SFF2

Here it is easy to get confused, because all models uses the same extensions:
SFF: .sst - .bcs - .prs
.sty = Common Style (SFF)
.bcs = Basic Style (SFF)
.sst = Session Style (SFF)
.prs = Pro Style (SFF)

GEM:
WS2 All File = .ALL
WS2 Seq. File = .SEQ
WX2 Select any `.@**1
WK2 = .VO*
WK4 = Not known
WK6/8 = Not known
Genesys/Pro/SG-1 = Not known

KAWAI:
Z1000 = .AL2
CP Piano .E51
#1 - September 18, 2015, 02:45:24 PM
« Last Edit: November 18, 2015, 05:43:58 PM by chellinoolmo »
 
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aprilla

Re: <<< .sty, .STY and others - what they stand for >>>
I'm glad I only have to know which mine uses!

Would this be correct?

     2 Variations - PSR 8000/7000/4000/730/630/540 etc.
     4 Variations - PSR 9000Pro/9000/740/640 etc.
     Tyros 1/2    and up to S900     SFF
     Tyros 3/4    and from S910 up   SFF2

And SFF = SFF1 (as written in this site) ??
#2 - September 18, 2015, 03:43:01 PM
 

chellinoolmo

Re: <<< .sty, .STY and others - what they stand for >>>
I'm glad I only have to know which mine uses!

Would this be correct?

     2 Variations - PSR 8000/7000/4000/730/630/540 etc.
     4 Variations - PSR 9000Pro/9000/740/640 etc.
     Tyros 1/2    and up to S900     SFF
     Tyros 3/4    and from S910 up   SFF2

And SFF = SFF1 (as written in this site) ??


CORRECT! 8)
10 points! :D
#3 - September 18, 2015, 04:10:47 PM
 

aprilla

Re: <<< .sty, .STY and others - what they stand for >>>
Woo! happy dancin'   :smiley-music021:
#4 - September 18, 2015, 04:58:13 PM
 
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