.STY File Extension
What are .STY files and how to open them?
Can't open .STY file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .STY file.
What is a .STY file extension?
.STY file extension has been classified as Audio Files.
.STY is Yamaha/Korg Keyboard Style
Music style created on a Yamaha or Korg synthesizer; typically contains a musical rhythm that includes multiple instruments; can be saved to a disk and loaded on compatible keyboards.
NOTE: Yamaha and Korg save STY files in different formats, meaning they are not cross-platform. Yamaha styles can only be used on Yamaha keyboards and Korg styles can only be used on Korg keyboards. Yamaha styles can be edited using Style Fixer, while Korg styles can be edited with the GNIStyle program.
List of all softwares that can open the Yamaha/Korg Keyboard Style
|One Man Band Originals
|One Man Band Essentials
File Type 2:
Category: Text Files Format: Text
Style definition file used for formatting a LaTeX (.TEX or .LTX) document; defines line styles, labels, how formulas should be aligned, and other information; saved in a text format in which definitions begin with a backslash (\) and comments begin with a percentage sign (%).
LaTeX style files are often referenced by LaTeX documents.
List of all softwares that can open the LaTeX Style
|File Viewer Plus
File Type 3:
Band-in-a-Box Styles File
Developer by: PG Music Category: Audio Files
Musical style file used by Band-in-a-Box, (BiaB) a program that automatically creates full band accompaniments; contains a playing style, such as Jazz, Rock, Hip-Hop, or Country; used for generating stylized sounds for a certain genre of music.
BiaB styles can be MIDI or they may use real instruments and drums, called RealStyles. RealStyles use real recordings of musicians for the audio samples.
STY files act as plug-ins for the Band-in-a-Box software. The software installation typically contains many different styles. Additional styles can be purchased and downloaded from the PG Music Band-in-a-Box website.
List of all softwares that can open the Band-in-a-Box Styles File
File Type 4:
Aegisub Subtitle Styles File
Developer by: Aegisub Category: Settings Files Format: Text
File created by Aegisub, a crossplatform subtitle editor; saved in a plain text format and stores the font properties for one or more styles in a subtitle category; includes the font type, colors, effects, and margins; used for saving and loading fonts created in the program.
Aegisub styles are managed through the Styles Manager window, which is accessed by selecting
from the application menu. STY files are saved automatically and are not accessed directly by the user.
The Windows version of Aegisub stores STY files in the following directory: [user]\AppData\Roaming\Aegisub\catalog\. The Mac version saves to this directory: [user]/Library/Application Support/Aegisub/catalog/.
List of all softwares that can open the Aegisub Subtitle Styles File
File Type 5:
NewsMaker Story File
Developer by: EyePower Games Category: Data Files Format: XML
File created by NewsMaker, an application that allows students to create news stories; saved in an XML format and contains the written text for the story; referenced within a NewsMaker project (.NMP file).
NewsMaker projects can contain one or more stories, each of which are stored in a separate STY file. Users don't open STY files directly since they are saved within the NewsMaker project directory by default and can be accessed from the opened project in the software.
NOTE: EyePower Games NewsMaker is no longer developed.