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  1. (Admin edit: Caution! Installing this ZAL file will delete all user content in keyboard memory. Back up your keyboard to USB memory before loading this file) Installing this content file will give you instant access to even more rhythms and sounds taken from Electro, Dubstep, Hip-Hop or EDM. Installation Before installing the content please check if the firmware of your instrument is updated to version 1.50 . To add the new sounds and rhythms to your keyboard, you’ll need the downloaded installation file as well as a USB flash drive. Your MZ-X300 supports FAT32 - formatted USB drives. If your USB flash drive is formatted for use with another file system, use the Windows formatting function to format it for FAT32 (do not select Quick Format). Download the file MUSICDAT.rar and use an unraring program to unpack the file on your PC. When you have unpacked the rar file, you will have a folder named MUSICDAT containing a file named EDM3b.ZAL. Move the entire MUSICDAT folder and its contents onto the formatted USB drive. With your digital keyboard off, insert the USB flash drive into its USB port. Then turn the instrument on. Select MEDIA on the second page of the MENU screen. Select “Load All”. Select “All” and you will be given access to the EDM3b.ZAL file on the USB flash drive. Select that file and tap “Execute”. At the “Load - sure?” prompt, select “yes” and then wait until the loading process is complete (about two minutes). You can then switch the keyboard off and remove the USB drive. Now restart the instrument... and you’re all set! When you install the EDM3b.ZAL file, 8 sound and rhythm combinations showcasing the capabilities of the instrument will be stored to registry slots. Using the registry to try out a rhythm and sound combination - example Registration memory lets you store setups. You can access the first eight registry slots by simply pressing Registry buttons 1 through 8. Select Registry Slot 1. To start creating impressive sound effects immediately, hold down the Synchro button on the PAD controller and then press PADS 1 to 3, one after the other - afterwards you can let go of the Synchro button. Now start with Intro 1 on the Rhythm Controller by pressing that button; the samples on the PADS are synchronized and will play along in time. Now, for example, you can switch off PAD 2 (press it once) and play around with Variations 1-4 on the Rhythm Controller. The content is compatible with firmware version 1.50 (MZX300). You can find more inspirational videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb4JW-1ZqM0&index=20&list=PLdL64PlAKQ8PP1phFV7LOpIB6ZJOZQrh9 MUSICDAT.rar
  2. (Admin edit: Caution! Installing this ZAL file will delete all user content in keyboard memory. Back up your keyboard to USB memory before loading this file) Installing this content file will give you instant access to even more rhythms and sounds taken from Electro, Dubstep, Hip-Hop or EDM. Installation Before installing the content please check if the firmware of your instrument is updated to version 1.50 . To add the new sounds and rhythms to your keyboard, you’ll need the downloaded installation file as well as a USB flash drive. Your MZ-X500 supports FAT32 - formatted USB drives. If your USB flash drive is formatted for use with another file system, use the Windows formatting function to format it for FAT32 (do not select Quick Format). Download the file MUSICDAT.rar and use an unraring program to unpack the file on your PC. When you have unpacked the rar file, you will have a folder named MUSICDAT containing a file named EDM5b.ZAL. Move the entire MUSICDAT folder and its contents onto the formatted USB drive. With your digital keyboard off, insert the USB flash drive into its USB port. Then turn the instrument on. Select MEDIA on the second page of the MENU screen. Select “Load All”. Select “All” and you will be given access to the EDM5b.ZAL file on the USB flash drive. Select that file and tap “Execute”. At the “Load - sure?” prompt, select “yes” and then wait until the loading process is complete (about two minutes). You can then switch the keyboard off and remove the USB drive. Now restart the instrument... and you’re all set! When you install the EDM5b.ZAL file, 8 sound and rhythm combinations showcasing the capabilities of the instrument will be stored to registry slots. Using the registry to try out a rhythm and sound combination - example Registration memory lets you store setups. You can access the first eight registry slots by simply pressing Registry buttons 1 through 8. Select Registry Slot 1. To start creating impressive sound effects immediately, hold down the Synchro button on the PAD controller and then press PADS 1 to 3, one after the other - afterwards you can let go of the Synchro button. Now start with Intro 1 on the Rhythm Controller by pressing that button; the samples on the PADS are synchronized and will play along in time. Now, for example, you can switch off PAD 2 (press it once) and play around with Variations 1-4 on the Rhythm Controller. Play around with the other PADS to try them out. The content is compatible with firmware version 1.50 (MZX500). You can find more inspirational videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb4JW-1ZqM0&index=20&list=PLdL64PlAKQ8PP1phFV7LOpIB6ZJOZQrh9 MUSICDAT.rar
  3. I record in the sample looper quiet often well actually almost anytime. The looper has a beauty to it that it can record in mono / stereo at two different rates 21khz and 42 khz . Each of these rates has different recording time the higher fidelity are thus shorter the recording at 4 sec and the lower fidelity has 9 to 19 sec longer. The sampler has lots to offer in sampling with four different modes. The manual explains what each of these do. Interesting part is which beat length to use and here the fun stuff comes I've noticed a simple groove that is catchy takes a length of 8 to do think pop, rock , latin or EDM drops etc. With a length of 16 things get going long chords as in IDM, a catchy bit of inspiration also ideal pop, rock , latin etc. With a length of 4 things speed up something like an outro ,fast break a mood built up or chiptune which are catchy repetitive quirks of sound. The tones are ideal to craft something up to start by layering sounds one by one, And once you've created a performance things get really going. Especially Super Mario or C64 chiptune song making the solo-synth is ideal as are the saw and sine tones from the tone menu. (* I'm in the process of arranging performances for the looper check the download for XW-G1 soon *)
  4. Whatever sound your trying to make Vintage or EDM Solo-synth or Performance if you want the sound to break through, the mix when using the sample looper or Daw don't make any use of the EQ unless there are certain frequency needed balancing it in the mix. Just my two cents of tips.
  5. Pumped Bass

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    Using the Solo Synth and it's clocking envelope feature, here is a tempo synced bass sound that works nicely for EDM. Note: This sound is designed to be used with the Step Sequencer running. Demo using XW-G1 with optional kick drum (also available from this site) and PX-5S for some textures. https://soundcloud.com/casiomusicgear/xw-pumped-bass-demo
  6. G1 EDM Real Time Sound Tweeking Awesome!

    For the last week, I have been tweeking sounds during real time live playing EDM learning to use the sliders for the "Osc Block", "Env Generator", and "Total Filter/LFO" sections. Awesome!!!
  7. I have created all my arpeggios and am working on creating my phrases and tones/patches. It has been a while since I have created a music video so here is one I created and uploaded today of an EDM Live Jam sampling with XW-G1.
  8. This is the latest configration and arragement for EDM live performances I am trying out: XW-G1, Kaossilator Pro, & Kaoss Pad. I really like it.
  9. EDM Live Jam XW-G1 Performance

    I have been learning my XW-G1 for about a month now. Here is a new original song “It’s Alright” EDM Live Jam Performance.
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