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August 28, 2004
The Tyros Made Easy instructional 7-CD produced in the UK by Simon Smith Explanations Ltd. has now been released in the US, distributed by Keyfax NewMedia.
The Yamaha Tyros is a popular keyboard in Europe and the availability of this 7-CD audio set may now help US customers understand this powerful arranger workstation.
The kit includes a Quick Reference booklet, and comprises seven audio CDs, which can be played in regular CD player. The publishers recommend that people digest the course in chunks of "30 minutes a day" over a three-week period.
Tyros Made Easy begins at the very beginning; explaining screen basics, selecting rhythm patterns, and understanding auto-accompaniment in general. As the lessons unfold people can learn about the Music Finder, Vocal Harmony settings, FX, Multi-track Recording, Sound Creator, and even how to create their own Styles.
Tyros Made Easy is available exclusively in USA at arrangerworkstation.com, price $79.99.
For more information, visit their web site at www.simonsmithexplanations.co.uk