This page shows how the first public release of the »PSR Registration Shuffler« (version 0.1) looked alike. For more recent images please visit the Screenshots page.
About the program
What would be a program which doesn't tell you where it's from?
In order to create new registration banks you first have to import your existing ones to the data directory. Of course you can choose which registrations to import and which ones to keep. You can also change the name of each registration prior to importing.
Here's how the data directory looks afterwards. Each registration gets its own file. You can't use that file with your keyboard but you can use PSR Registration Shuffler for assembling new registration banks with it.
Creating new bank files
Once you got your archive straight creating new bank files is as easy as dragging songs from the left list to the right. In order to remove songs from the right list simply drag them back or use the buttons below. Unecessary to mention that you can rename both: Available registrations as well as exported song names. If you change the song name in the right (export) list the original registration remains untouched. You just change the name within the newly created bank file.
When you got it just hit "Save bank file" and store the file on a disk and load it into your instrument.
Being written in python the PSR Registration Shuffler runs on many different operating systems. Here's a screenshot taken on Windows XP: