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  1. Changing to a Different Bank

    Yep!! That worked. Thanks
  2. Changing to a Different Bank

    I'll try it when I get back to my keyboard. Sounds like the manual was very descriptive. Thanks
  3. Changing to a Different Bank

    I'll try it when I get back to my keyboard. Sounds like the manual was very descriptive. Thanks
  4. Changing to a Different Bank

    I know this is really basic but I've just started using the Stage Settings on my PX-5s instead of just the tones. What I can't seem to do is change from one bank to another. The user guide says "Press the Bank button" then while holding it use the 0-9 buttons to specify the bank number. Next use 0-9 to specify the stage setup number. (It doesn't say whether I should release holding the Bank button or not) Suppose I'm in Bank 2 and want to change to Bank 3. I do the above and nothing changes. I still remain in Bank 2. Holding the Bank button doesn't seem to do anything. When I press the different buttons it only changes the Stage Setup within Bank 2. I tried a search in this site but couldn't find anything. I know it must be simple but what's the secret?
  5. Importing the new sounds

    Thank you. I will keep your suggestions in mind. You didn't explain how to import the files though. Sorry, I'm just not seeing it anywhere.
  6. Importing the new sounds

    First....... Thank you Mike for the great selection of sounds you put together. I'm anxious to import them into my PX-5S. Question. Maybe I missed it but I didn't see any instructions either on this website or in the manual on how to import these sounds. I saw that we need to put them in the Musicdat folder on a USB drive and put it into the keyboard but nothing beyond that. I'd like to put them into empty user slots and not overwrite some that were already there. Sorry if the answer is really simple.
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