Tyros5 Styles

In November, 2013, Yamaha announced its newest flagship arranger keyboards, the Tyros 5-61 (pictured above), and for the first time since the Yamaha 9000Pro, a 76-key model called the Tyros 5-76. Visit either of the Tyros5 links to see all the features and specifications of the new models.Like all of the Yamaha arranger keyboards, the these Tyros5 models have many exceptional styles -- more of them than any previous Yamaha keyboard. The Tyros5 models feature Yamaha's new "Audio Styles" (marked with an * in the table below):Adding forty new percussion-based Styles to the Tyros5's impressive backing and accompaniment capabilities, Audio Styles add natural feel, ambience, and warmth to drum and percussion parts, offering greater expressive potential. Audio Styles also benefit from Yamaha's Time Stretch Technology, which allows the audio to follow your tempo changes without changing pitch, so everything stays in perfect sync.The Tyros5 preset styles in each of the style categories are listed alphabetically in the table below. There are 40 new styles, each highlighted in the table below. (One Tyros4 style, GayGordens, is not included in the Tyros5). Note also that even styles with the same name as those in the Tyros4 may have different OTS voices and other changes and so may not sound exactly like the T4 equivalents.Visit the Tyros5 Demo Page to hear samples of the PopChaCha, Acoustic Blues, BritRockAnthem, and WestCoast Pop styles.For those of you who would like an Excel file with all of the style, as well as voice and multipad, information for the Tyros5, John Plumridge has generously offered his Tyros5 Data List.xlsx.