I have been having trouble the past few days getting this post past the site's spam filters. So I am going to break it up into pieces in an attempt to figure out what it is that the site thinks is spam.
I recently posted about a tool I wish I had that you could play the audio of a song into, and it would come back with suggestions about which Performances and Arpeggios to use. As a result of that post, I found out about a feature of Yamaha arranger keyboards called Music Finder.
Music Finder is a searchable database of songs that can tell you which PSR/Tyros Style is the best fit for playing that song. Database files are available as a free download at PSRTutorial.com.
Music Finder database files can be downloaded in a form (tab-delimited text) that is very easy to read into a Python program. It occurred to me that I could make a program functionally equivalent to Music Finder, except that it would recommend Montage/MODX Performances instead of PSR/Tyros Styles. All I would need to do this was a Music Finder database, and information that showed for each PSR/Tyros Style, the most similar Montage/MODX Performance.
The Python software doesn't do anything useful at the moment because I do not have the similarity information about which Montage/MODX Performance is closest to each PSR/Tyros Style. I wrote the software in the hope that by posting it I would motivate/inspire/encourage someone at Yamaha (or anyone else) to provide the necessary information.