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  1. CTK-5000 rhythm collection for CT-X

    Further information regarding this rhythm pack: https://www.casiomusicforums.com/index.php?/topic/22688-2000s-casio-rhythms-collection/#comment-88763

    97 downloads

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  2. Dendang Minang Rhythms for AC7 Casios with Synth Set 2 - Best for CT-X series

    DNDNGBT1 is a more dangdut 4/4 style for songs like 'Malereang', 'Lintau Basiang', 'Indang Sirenti', 'Tanti Batanti', 'Padang Magek', songs with rhythms like that. Works around 115-170bpm depending on the song. Good for playing songs by Misramolai. Default tempo is 160bpm.
    DNDNGBT2 is a 2/4 style for songs like 'Buruang Bondo', 'Mufakaik Karo', 'Kudo Palajang Bukik', 'Dendang Parantauan', 'Bukik Bunian', and others. It also works for KIM and Joget Gamad songs at 120bpm. works around 90-120bpm depending on the song. Default tempo is 100bpm.

    93 downloads

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  3. Talempong Beat rhythm for Casio AC7 Keyboards with Synth Set 2

    Edited from a default style. For a lot of songs this could work.

    34 downloads

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  4. Dendang Minang Remix Style for CT-X series, CTK/WK series, and MZ-X series

    Indonesian music style from West Sumatra.

    91 downloads

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  5. CT-X3000 and X5000 Unlocked Rhythm Archive

    This is a complete archive of all the preset rhythms on the CT-X3000 (and X5000) in .AC7 format. I exported these rhythms one by one from the CT-X3000 by copying them into an empty User Rhythm slot and moving them to my computer in groups of 50 by using the Data Manager for CT-X software utility. Thanks to the wonderful ReStyle batch renaming tool developed by @shiihs here on the forums, I was able to quickly and efficiently edit these Rhythms to use their original display names as shown on stock CT-X3000 hardware instead of generic "No Name" placeholders. 
     
    These Rhythms also have the benefit of being "unlocked" as a result of being processed by ReStyle. Normally, official Casio preset Rhythms are unable to be edited beyond tweaking voice assignments in the Rhythm mixer menu, as their track data appears as "Fixed" when you attempt to edit the recordings in the onboard Rhythm Editor. However, these unlocked Rhythms will show their track data as "Recorded", just like it would be with any other User Rhythm you created from scratch. This opens up the ability to add or remove notes to an existing track recording via overdubbing and spot clear, allowing you to make precise changes to the material already contained in these preset Rhythms. If you would rather work with the original, locked Rhythms exported exactly as they were from hardware, you can refer to my previous release of this archive.
     
    If you are a CT-X700, CT-X800 or CDP-S350 owner who is looking to import only the Rhythms that were kept exclusive to the CT-X3000/X5000, I would not recommend using this archive. Instead, I have released a separate expansion pack specifically for those models that includes only the exclusive "missing" Rhythms that have been properly adjusted with new voice assignments to avoid tones that are exclusive to the X3000 for maximum compatibility. The Rhythms in this archive are raw and unaltered from the original presets on the X3000, and several of them make use of tones that do not exist on the lower end AiX models, meaning they may sound strange when you import them to those keyboards. The CT-X700/X800 pack can be found here, and the CDP-S350 pack is here.
     
    MZ-X users in particular might find this archive helpful, as the MZ-X300 and MZ-X500 are the only other Casio keyboards in the current line-up that can import and play 4-variation .AC7 Rhythms. However, these Rhythm styles are programmed with the CT-X series' voice assignments in mind, so the Program Change and Bank select values associated with some of these Rhythms may call up different instruments when they're imported onto an MZ-X model. Fortunately the MZ-X series features a highly capable onboard Rhythm Editor which you can use to tweak the voice assignments to your liking.

    489 downloads

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  6. CT-X700 Rhythm Archive (CT-X800, CDP-S350, CT-S400, LK-S450)

    This is a (mostly) complete archive of all the Rhythms on the CT-X700, CT-X800, CDP-S350, CT-S400 and LK-S450. These instruments have the ability to import custom User Rhythms, but they cannot edit them in any way once they are loaded into the internal memory. As such, this means they are also incapable of copying preset Rhythms into a User Rhythm slot, which is the only way to get AC7 Rhythm files exported off of the keyboard and onto your computer for external editing/sharing.
     
    I've compiled this archive to circumvent that limitation, allowing owners of these "Import Only" instruments to access near-identical copies of the preset Rhythms on their instrument. When these files are used in conjunction with a librarian program like ReStyle, they open up added functionality like the Named Registration workaround. In the future, if a fully-featured AC7 Editor program ever comes out, these files will also give "Import Only" Casio owners a great starting point for tweaking the preset Rhythms. One such editor is being worked on by a community member at the moment, but it is not ready for public release.
     
    These files are only useful if you own one of these "Import Only" models. If you're only interested in this download as a way to access the preset Rhythms from the AiX generation of Casio keyboards, do not download these files. You are usually better off getting the "complete" 4 variation versions of these files from my CT-X3000/X5000 archive. If you plan to use these 4 variation Rhythms on a Casio keyboard that only has 2 variations (usually labeled as "Normal + Variation"), you can use ReStyle to split the Rhythm in half and load both halves into two separate Rhythm slots.
     
    I created these files by taking the CT-X3000/X5000 source files and doing side-by-side comparisons of the same Rhythms on my CT-X700 to determine which variations and fills the Casio engineers chose when "condensing" these 4 variation Rhythms down for use on the entry-level 2 variation models. While this process was long and difficult, it was successful for 95% of the Rhythms in the archive. The numbers at the end of these file names (e.g. 13-24, 14-23) denotes which parts of the original 4 variation Rhythm were swapped around to make the 2 variation Rhythm. The numbers to the left of the dash are the two variations/fills that occupy the first two slots, and the numbers to the right are the ones that occupy the last two slots (inaccesible on a 2 variation model). So, a "13-24" Rhythm is one that uses Variations and Fills 1 and 3 from the 4 variation source file. 23-14 uses Variations 2 and 3 from the original file. V1F2V3F3-V2F1V4F4 uses Variation 1 and Fill 2, and Variation 3 and Fill 3 from the original file. You can ignore these numbers for the most part, I included them for organizational purposes.
     
    Some of these Rhythms won't sound exactly like the originals, primarily because not all of the Rhythms that appear on the CT-X700 are included on the CT-X3000/X5000. There are a good chunk of Indian Rhythms in particular that were only put on the X700 (and of course the Indian variants like the CT-X870IN/X8000IN/X9000IN). I had to source these files from a helpful forum user (@ConfusedRedditor16), but because I had to edit the voice assignments on a CT-X5000, I did not have access to all of the exclusive tones used to record these Rhythms initially. These files can be fixed eventually, but I didn't want to delay the rest of the archive so I'm releasing them as-is for now. I have labeled all of the Rhythm files that have "incomplete" instrumentation with two exclamation points (!!) at the start of the file name. If you want to take a crack at fixing them yourself, feel free to reply with a comment here and I can update the .zip archive to include your fixes.
     
    If you have a CT-X700, you will need to use Data Manager for CT-X and a USB-B to USB-A data cable to transfer the files (here's a video tutorial if you need it). If you have a CT-X800, you have the option of connecting a flash drive to transfer the files, or you can use Data Manager if you'd prefer. CDP-S350, CT-S400 and LK-S450 owners will have to use the flash drive transfer method. This tutorial video on flash drive transfer was made for the CDP-S350 and the CT-X800, but the process is more or less the same for the CT-S400 and LK-S450.

    296 downloads

       (1 review)

    3 comments

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  7. CT-X3000 Rhythm Archive

    This is a complete archive of all the preset rhythms on the CT-X3000 (and X5000) in .AC7 format. I exported these rhythms one by one from the CT-X3000 by copying them into an empty User Rhythm slot and moving them to my computer in groups of 50 by using the Data Manager for CT-X software utility. Thanks to the wonderful ReStyle batch renaming tool that's currently being developed by @shiihs here on the forums, I was able to quickly and efficiently edit these Rhythms to use their original display names as shown on stock CT-X3000 hardware instead of generic "No Name" placeholders. Please consider popping into the ReStyle development thread here on the forums to thank shiihs for his continued efforts and assist with further testing of the program.
     
    If you are a CT-X700, CT-X800 or CDP-S350 owner who is looking to import only the Rhythms that were kept exclusive to the CT-X3000/X5000, I would not recommend using this archive. Instead, I have released a separate expansion pack specifically for those models that includes only the exclusive "missing" Rhythms that have been properly adjusted with new voice assignments to avoid tones that are exclusive to the X3000 for maximum compatibility. The Rhythms in this archive are raw and unaltered from the original presets on the X3000, and several of them make use of tones that do not exist on the lower end AiX models, meaning they may sound strange when you import them to those keyboards. The CT-X700/X800 pack can be found here, and the CDP-S350 pack is here.
     
    This release is the first part of what I hope will eventually become a full public archive of all the different Rhythm styles on the current line-up of Casio keyboards. MZ-X users in particular might find this archive helpful, as the MZ-X300 and MZ-X500 are the only other Casio keyboards in the current line-up that can import and play 4-variation .AC7 Rhythms. However, these Rhythm styles are programmed with the CT-X series' voice assignments in mind, so the Program Change and Bank select values associated with some of these Rhythms may call up different instruments when they're imported onto an MZ-X model. Fortunately the MZ-X series features a highly capable onboard Rhythm Editor which you can use to tweak the voice assignments to your liking.
     
    I have since released an updated version of this archive with unlocked versions of these AC7 files. These unlocked Rhythms will show their track data as "Recorded", just like it would be with any other User Rhythm you created from scratch. This opens up the ability to add or remove notes to an existing track recording via overdubbing and spot clear, allowing you to make precise changes to the material already contained in these preset Rhythms. You can download the unlocked versions here.

    438 downloads

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  8. Nice Ridham and tones

    DekaHePe .AC7 AmeReHam .AC7 SatSang .AC7 SumitGG .AC7
    SYNTHLE1.TON SYNTHLE4.TON U{0]e{j .TON Vibes 2 .TON SYNTHLE2.TON SYNTHLE3.TON Trumpet .TON SYNTHLE5.TON Tuba .TON AAYTULHA.AC7 SuDadra .AC7 SuMIt!# .AC7

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  9. Indonesian styles for any AC7 supporting Casio models.

    Casio styles for jaipong (fast dance music with crazy drums), tarling (fast guitar, flute, and synth driven style), dangdut and dangdut Bugis style (Indian inflected music), and DJ Music by Arifin.
    All credit goes to Indonesian style creators with some tweaking involved.

    337 downloads

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  10. Disco style for CT-X5000

    enjoy

    229 downloads

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  11. ritmo brega meu ex amor amado batista

    minha pequena contribuição ritmo brasileiro brega 2
    MEUEXAMOR.AC7

    36 downloads

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  12. ritmo brega amar amar de amado batista

    minha pequena contribuição ritmo brasileiro brega 1

    30 downloads

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  13. ritmo brega amar amar de amado batista

    minha pequena contribuição  ritmo brasileiro brega 1
    AMARAMAR.AC7

    16 downloads

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  14. Convertidos do audya em ckf para facilitar

    Arquivos do AUDYA em ckf para facilitar
    ckf AUDYA.zip

    68 downloads

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  15. Cool Trap Rhythm File

    Here's a cool rhythm file I created. I will add some bass in next update.
    Thank you.

    101 downloads

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  16. Chicargo Bluse ( DISCONTINUED )

    Sorry This Rhythm Style is Discontinued
    Future & Further notice will apply

    232 downloads

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  17. Stadium Rock 1( DISCONTINUED )

    Sorry This Rhythm Style is Discontinued
    Future & Further notice will apply

    264 downloads

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  18. 70s TV Sitcom1 ( DISCONTINUED )

    Sorry This Rhythm Style is Discontinued
    Future & Further notice will apply

    232 downloads

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  19. Broadway Shuffel

    Here is a Origianl Bradway Suffel that i Created for the WK Series
    this work well with the WK-7500 series and WK-7600 series

    228 downloads

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  20. Ricci e poveri - Mamma Maria style

    Ricci e poveri - Mamma Maria style. Optimized for X3000/X5000 sounds, has intro,main, variation, ending.

    89 downloads

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  21. Sabah Malaysian Style

    Also useful for reggae, oldies, or Latin covers.
    Modified older style.
    May have to use some tweaking since made on a CT-X3000.
     

    52 downloads

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  22. Sabahan Malaysian style

    Sabahan sumayan (cha cha reggae like) style for Casio keyboards. Can also work for song covers of reggae or oldies songs.

    62 downloads

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  23. Indonesian Styles For Casio

    This is a file that contains hundreds of Indonesian styles for the Casio CTK, WK, CT-X, LK, and MZ-X keyboards that support AC7 files. Note: some files may need to be edited for correct drum sounds in newer CT-X and MZ-X models.

    112 downloads

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  24. Indonesian AC7 Styles for Casio.

    This is a file I found on the web of Indonesian styles for the Casio CTK. WK, CT-X, and MZ-X keyboards that support AC7 files. 
     
    These are all Indonesian rhythms such as Indonesian pop, Indonesian rock, reggae, dangdut, keroncong, Javanese, Sundanese, Batak, Karo, Minang, and others. There are also styles for several Indonesian songs.

    134 downloads

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  25. Vranje

    My first rhythm called Vranje. There are 4 variants, of which the first 2 clock variants are nine-eighths at which the minimum tempo is 162 and the other two clock variants are seven-eighths at 70.

    40 downloads

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