The unique program series for the conversion and creation of
EMC Style Works XT
These are the most important features of our programs:
Song to Style Converter - for the creation of styles from midifiles; you miss a suitable accompaniment pattern for a specific song? No problem - load the song midifile into the Song to Style Converter and "cut" the rhythm from the song data.
Style Editor - for fast and efficient modification of your style data. Alter volumes, sound assignments and transpositions, even for several tracks at once.
Import/Export module - here you can create a midifile from any style. So you may now use all the sophisticated functions of your sequencer program even when editing styles, just as if it was a GM song.
The single versions (e.g. Style Works XT Yamaha, Style
Works XT Roland) provide working in the format of the relevant manufacturer,
i.e. you can convert the styles of almost any other keyboard to e.g. Yamaha and create
styles from midifiles for Yamha.
Single versions are available for:
The main functions are practically the same in all versions, so the subsequent description will be valid for any of the programs
Main page of Style Works XT Universal:
Select the desired destination format and the program module which like to work in. The Play Style module provides playback functions in order to listen to all style parts by the soundcard of your PC. It is available at any time no matter in which of the modules you are.
More information about the program modules:
The Style Converter
Here you can convert other keyboards' styles into the format of your instrument. The
style structure will be completely transferred, sounds and drum map will be recalculated
as well. Simply select a source format, click the desired style and the conversion will be
executed immediately, then save the result to disk. You can affect the conversion by
selecting various options (depending on source and destination format).
Of course you can listen to the result in the Play Style module first or even modify
the new style in the Style Editor. You may set your own part assign map as well.
Here you can create a style from a midifile easily. When loading the midi data the
tracks will be automatically separated into the categories DRUMS, BASS, CHORD, PAD and
MELODY (by criteria like note length, number and polyphony). Then Style Works will set a start
bar will for each style part automatically. Of course you can do this manually as well, i.e.
for each part you can define which section of the song will become which style part (e.g.
Intro will be taken from bar 1 -9, Variation 1 from 10 with a length of 4
bars etc.). By clicking the button showing the part name you can listen to new style part
as if you would play it in C on your keyboard.
By clicking the relevant "Detaills" button you get into this part's Part Editor where you can set various parameters for each track and make use of further efficient tools in order to make the result perfect.
The Style Editor
In the Style Editor you can modify your styles no matter if the style is an original one
from your keyboard, has been converted or created from a midifile.
What can be modified?
The Import/Export Module
By using this module you can work with all the comprehensive functions of your
sequencer program when editing or recording styles. Export your style first,
execute the desired changes and then import it again to a any part of your