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You will find many more features and functions
listed within this owners manual. In order to
fully appreciate all the impressive features of this
digital piano, please take a few minutes to read
the following pages of instruction. We will cover
general precautions, assembly, the function of
each control button, and warranty information.
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M I C R O G R A N D E D I G I TA L P I A N O
You will find more features and functions listed within this owners manual. In order to fully appreciate all
the impressive features of this digital piano, please
take a few minutes to read the following pages of instruction. General precautions, the function of each
control button, and warranty information will be covered. Please save this manual for future reference.
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical products, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following.
•
The product should always be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the product.
•
The power supply cord of the product should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long
period of time.
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS
WARNING
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE
OR
ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lighting flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated or dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
Examples of Picture Symbols
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operation and maintenance or servicing instructions.
denotes that care should be taken.
The example instructs the user to take care not to allow fingers to be trapped.
denotes a prohibited operation.
The example instructs that disassembly of the product is prohibited.
denotes an operation that should be carried out.
The example instructs the user to remove the power cord plug from the AC outlet.
Read all the instructions before using the product.
FCC STATEMENTS
1) Read these instructions.
1 CAUTION: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved
2) Keep these instructions.
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
2 NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limit for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a noncommercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Change the position or location of the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a different circuit.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the
other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
the third prongs are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
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10) Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms
or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
OWNER’S MANUAL
General Precautions
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated or “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operation and
maintenance or servicing instructions.
!
1. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
2. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limit for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a noncommercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his own expense.
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OWNER’S MANUAL
TAKING CARE OF YOUR DIGITAL PIANO..........8
FUNCTION .........................................................35
PANEL CONTROLS..............................................9
EQUALIZATION..................................................36
CONNECTOR PANEL.........................................17
REVERB TYPE...................................................37
PEDALS..............................................................18
REVERB LEVEL.................................................38
DEMO..................................................................19
CHORUS TYPE..................................................39
KEYBOARD VOICES..........................................21
CHORUS LEVEL................................................40
SELECTING ONE OF THE 138 VOICES.................... 21
TOUCH..............................................................41
QUICK SELECT VOICE BUTTONS......................22
SPLIT POINT LOWER VOICE .............................42
LAYER VOICE....................................................23
AUTO A. SPLIT POINT........................................42
LOWER VOICE..................................................24
MASTER TUNE..................................................43
RHYTHM.............................................................25
DRUM KIT SELECTION......................................44
SELECTING ONE OF THE 100 STYLES...............25
HARMONY TYPE...............................................45
QUICK SELECT STYLE BUTTONS......................26
LOCAL...............................................................46
STRAIGHT START..............................................27
VOCAL GRADE..................................................46
SYNC START.....................................................27
RESET..............................................................47
INTRO/ENDING..................................................27
REGISTRATION MEMORY ................................48
VARIATION........................................................28
RECORD ............................................................49
FILL-IN..............................................................28
PLAY ALONG SONGS .......................................52
ADJUSTING THE TEMPO...................................28
CARD .................................................................56
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT FINGERING.............29
MIDI ....................................................................61
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT MODES......................29
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART .......................62
STRAIGHT START..............................................31
AUTO BASS CHORD FINGERING GUIDE........63
SYNCHRONIZED START....................................31
VOICE LIST ........................................................64
INTRO/ENDING..................................................32
STYLE LIST ........................................................67
VARIATION .......................................................33
DRUM KIT LIST...................................................68
FILL-IN ..............................................................33
SPECIFICATIONS ..............................................71
AUTO HARMONY ..............................................33
WARRANTY .......................................................72
METRONOME....................................................34
ADJUSTING THE TEMPO...................................34
TAKING CARE OF YOUR DIGITAL PIANO
This digital piano will supply you with years of musical enjoyment if you follow the simple rules listed below.
SERVICE AND MODIFICATION
Do not attempt to open the piano or make any
change in the circuits or parts of the unit. This product should be serviced by qualified service personnel
when;
•
The power supply cord or the plug has been
damaged,
•
Liquid has been spattered into the unit or it
has been exposed to rain,
•
The instrument does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in performance.
•
The instrument has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
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The elegant control panel is divided into several distinct sections. The following is a brief description of all the
features located on the control panel.
LOCATION
Do not expose the instrument to the following conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more
serious damage:
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1
MIN
4
5
MAX
•
Direct sunlight (near a window)
•
High temperatures (near a heat source, outside, or near a window)
•
Excessive humidity
•
Excessive dust
ACCOMP VOLUME
•
Strong vibration
3
•
Leave enough space around the piano for it
to be properly ventilated.
1 POWER SWITCH: The power switch is located to the left of the keys. Press the button to turn the
•
This instrument contains digital circuitry and
may cause interference if placed too close to
radio or television receivers. If interference
occurs, move the instrument further away
from the affected equipment.
2 MASTER VOLUME: Use this sliding control button to adjust the overall volume of the keyboard.
HANDLING AND TRANSPORT
•
Never apply excessive force to the controls,
connectors or other parts of the instrument.
•
Always unplug cables by gripping the plug
firmly, not by pulling on the cable.
•
Turn the power switch off when the instrument is not in use.
•
Disconnect all cables before moving the
instrument.
•
•
Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or placing heavy objects on the instrument can result in scratches and/or more
serious damage.
To avoid damage, turn the power switches of
all related devices off prior to connection or
disconnection of MIDI cables.
•
Turn the power off if the main cable is damaged or the instrument is spattered with
liquid.
•
Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of the
instrument, vinyl can stick to and discolor the
surface.
•
Do not switch the unit on and off in quick
succession, this places an undue load on the
electronic components.
CLEANING
PANEL CONTROLS
POWER
•
Unplug the AC power cord during an electrical storm.
•
Clean the cabinet and panel with a soft,
nonabrasive, dry cloth. A wax based polish
may be used on the cabinet. Do not use paint
thinner or chemical based polishes.
•
Avoid plugging the AC power cord into the
same outlet as appliances with high power
consumption, such as electric heaters or
refrigerators.
•
To maintain the luster of the keys and buttons
wipe with a clean, slightly damp cloth, and
then polish with a soft dry cloth.
•
Carefully check the amplifier volume control
before starting to play. Excessive volume can
cause permanent hearing loss.
MASTER VOLUME
MIN
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FILL-IN
VARIATION
MAX
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
power on and off. The LCD screen and the indicator lights for the start up settings will light up
when the power is turned on.
♫Please note, when you turn the power off, do not turn it back on immediately. Wait at least
five seconds to turn the power back on so that the electronic circuits can properly reset.
3 ACCOMP VOLUME: Slide this controller to adjust the volume of the auto accompaniment only, the
keyboard instrument voice will not be affected. The accompaniment volume also controls the
metronome volume.
4 TEMPO: Press one of the TEMPO buttons, the current tempo value will appear on the display and
the tempo menu will be accessed. Use the – TEMPO + buttons, to change the tempo value
range from 40 to 240 bpm (beats per minute).
Press the – TEMPO + buttons simultaneously to recall the default tempo setting for the selected rhythm style. After three seconds the display will revert to the currently selected main voice.
♫Please note, there is a four-dot beat indicator above the tempo buttons. It flashes in time to
indicate the tempo and beat for the selected rhythm style.
Please see the Rhythm section of the manual for more information.
5 HARMONY: When harmony is selected, the single note played on the right-hand section of the keyboard will sound with additional auto harmony notes while the auto accompaniment is playing.
The harmony type selection is assigned in the Function menu. Use it to select the type of harmony, Duet, Close Harmony, Open Harmony, or Octave.
Please see the Function section for more information.
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PANEL CONTROLS
PANEL CONTROLS
6
7
SINGLE
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
8
FILL-IN
VARIATION
ACCOMP
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6 LAYER: Pressing the LAYER button will put the keyboard in the layer, or dual, mode. Layer refers to
an additional voice that is tone mixed with the main selected keyboard voice. The assigned layer voice will be heard with the original voice when the keys are played. To select a new layered
instrument voice use the +/YES or –/NO buttons or the number pad within three seconds after
the Layer button has been engaged.
7 LOWER: With the lower feature engaged the keyboard operates in the split mode. In the split mode
the keyboard is divided into two sections. In the right hand section the main or layered voice
will sound, and in the left hand section a different voice can be assigned to sound when the
keys are played. To select a new lower instrument voice use the +/YES or –/NO buttons or the
numeric pad within three seconds after the LOWER button has been pressed.
8 SYNC START: Synchronized Start mode sets the auto accompaniment into standby mode. When
the SYNC START button is pressed the four indicator lights above the tempo buttons will flash
together to the Tempo of the selected rhythm style.
The rhythm style will start as soon as you play on the left hand side of the keyboard, if the auto
accompaniment is not engaged.
With auto accompaniment engaged the rhythm style and auto accompaniment will start with the
first recognized chord played depending on which fingering mode is selected.
Pressing the SYNC START button again will stop the auto accompaniment and put the keyboard back on standby mode.
9 START/STOP: The START/STOP button immediately starts or stops the selected rhythm style.
The auto accompaniment will start with the first recognized chord played depending on the
fingering mode selected.
10
SINGLE
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
10
FILL-IN
11
VARIATION
12
ACCOMP
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10 INTRO/ENDING: Each of the 100 rhythm styles can be started or finished with a detailed introduction and/or ending pattern.
When INTRO/ENDING is engaged, an introduction of rhythm pattern will sound followed by the
main pattern.
When a rhythm or accompaniment pattern is already playing, the accompaniment will be professionally completed with an ending pattern from the next measure by pressing the INTRO/
ENDING button.
11 FILL IN: The fill-in feature provides the accompaniment with a short rhythm pattern of one or two
measures for each style.
Press the FILL-IN button at any time while the accompaniment is playing to add a fill. If you
hold down the FILL-IN button, the fill pattern will repeat until the button is released, and then the
main pattern will resume from the beginning of the next measure.
If you press the fill-in button during the ending pattern it will cancel the ending and return to the
main accompaniment pattern.
12 VARIATION: The 100 rhythm styles all include a variation of that style that can be heard simply by
engaging the VARIATION button.
Press the VARIATION button again to disengage the variation and return to the main pattern.
13 ACCOMP: Each of the 100 rhythm styles has a fully orchestrated auto accompaniment pattern.
These accompaniments are dedicated to the selected rhythm style, and will create rhythm, bass
and chord accompaniments.
The ACCOMP button selects the auto accompaniment mode. With this function engaged, the
keys to the left side of the split point are the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard, while
the keys to the right are available for normal playing. The auto accompaniment fingering modes
are single, fingered, piano, and off.
Press the ACCOMP button until the indicator LED that corresponds to the fingering mode you
desire turns on.
Please see the Auto Accompaniment section of this manual for more information.
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PANEL CONTROLS
PANEL CONTROLS
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PIANO
E. PIANO
HARPSICHORD
ORGAN
USER 1
GUITAR
STRINGS
TRUMPET
FLUTE
USER 2
BOSSA NOVA
ROCK
POP
BALLAD
USER 1
LOUNGE
BLUES
JAZZ
GOSPEL
USER 2
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A/B
VOICE
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
METRONOME
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14 QUICK SELECT VOICE: There are ten instrument voices that can be selected quickly by pressing one of the five quick select voice buttons. These voices are assigned to line A and line B,
each line consists of five voices. The voice name in the line A is printed above the voice select
button and the voice name on line B is beneath the button. Press the A/B button to select the
line of your choice. When the indicator is on the bottom B line is active. The selected voice
name and its number will be shown on the display.
Please see the Keyboard Voices section of this manual for more information.
15 QUICK SELECT STYLE BUTTONS: There are ten Rhythm Styles that can be selected quickly
by pressing one of the five quick select rhythm style buttons. These rhythm styles are assigned
to line A and line B, each line consists of five rhythm styles. The rhythm style name in the line
A is printed above the style select button and the rhythm style name on line B is beneath the
button. Press the A/B button to select the line of your choice. When the indicator is lit the bottom
B line, is active. The selected rhythm name and its number will be shown on the display.
Please see the Rhythm section of this manual for more information
16 A/B BUTTON: The five quick select voice and five quick select rhythm style buttons are each as-
signed to a line A and line B. Press the A/B button to alternate between the two selection lines.
The indicator will be lit when the bottom line, selection line B is active. There are a total of five
quick select voice buttons, 4 preset and 1 user-defined, and five quick select rhythm style buttons, 4 preset and 1 user-defined.
17 METRONOME: The METRONOME button toggles the metronome feature on and off and accesses
the Metronome menu. Press the metronome button to hear the beat, the tempo lights will flash
in time. Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons within three seconds after the metronome has
been engaged to select the beat of your choice; 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 6/8 or12/8.
The tempo can be decreased or increased using the – TEMPO + buttons.
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USER REG
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18 INSTRUMENT VOICE: There are 128 GM (General MIDI) instrument voices, plus ten Asian folk
instrument voices available for your playing enjoyment. Press the VOICE button to engage the
voice select menu and use the number pads to select a voice. The voice name and its number
will be shown on the display. There is a complete list of all 138 voices listed in the back of the
manual.
Please see the Keyboard Voices section of this manual for more information.
19 STYLE: To engage one of the 100 rhythm styles, and the corresponding auto accompaniment, press
the STYLE button to engage the style selection menu. Use the number pads to select a style,
the style name and its number will be shown on the display. There is a complete list of all 100
rhythm accompaniment styles listed in the back of the manual.
Please see the Rhythm section of this manual for more information.
20 DEMO/SONG: The button has two functions. Press the DEMO/SONG button, the indicator turns on
and the first of the thirteen different demonstration songs will play momentarily.
There are also 50 play along songs built into this piano for the music teacher feature that can be
played. Press the DEMO/SONG button again to turn the music teacher function on, the indicator will turn blue.
Please see the Demo and the Play Along Songs sections of this manual for more information.
21 FUNCTION: The FUNCTION button is used to access the function menu. The function menu can
be used to adjust or change the parameters of a number of settings. Please see the Function
section of this manual for more information.
22 PAGE: The PAGE buttons, PAGE ▲ and PAGE ▼, are used to access the different menus within the
Function feature.
23 USER REG: Registration memory is used to store keyboard settings. There are four registration
memory banks that can store and recall keyboard settings of voice, style and other parameters.
Please see the Registration Memory section of the manual for more information.
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PANEL CONTROLS
1
2
3
+/YES
1
PANEL CONTROLS
25
26
5
6
0
7
8
9
EFFECTS
2
3
3
4
28
1
EFFECTS
2
4
27
–TRANSPOSE +
–/NO
REVERB
CHORUS
LEFT
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
UTILITY
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
REC
4
–TRANSPOSE +
USER SONG
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USER SONG
CHORUS
LEFT
RIGHT
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
UTILITY
PLAY/STOP
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
REC
PLAY/STOP
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24 NUMERIC PAD: Use the numeric pad to input numbers directly while using the voice, style or func-
28 SONG LEFT, SONG RIGHT: These buttons are used in conjunction with the play along songs
25 TRANSPOSE: The transpose feature can shift the pitch of the keyboard up or down in semitone
29 USER SONG: This piano is able to record four songs, each with a 3-track sequencer. It will record
tion settings or whenever numerical input is necessary.
The +/YES and the –/NO buttons are also used to access or alter many of the features and
settings on the piano.
intervals up to a maximum of 24 semitones.
Press one of the TRANSPOSE buttons to access the transpose menu, the current transpose
value will appear on the display. Use the – TRANSPOSE + buttons to set the transpose value
range from –12, one octave lower, to 12, one octave higher. Press both the – TRANSPOSE +
buttons simultaneously to recall the default value of 0. After three seconds the display will return
to the currently selected instrument voice.
Transpose does not affect notes that are currently playing, and transpose does not affect the
keyboard percussion.
26 REVERB: Reverb simulates the effect of playing in a big room or a hall where the sound reverber-
ates off the walls and ceiling. The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the piano is
turned on.
Press the REVERB button to turn the reverb effect off and the indicator will go out. Switch the
reverb feature on and off by pressing the REVERB button. The reverb setting does not affect
the auto accompaniment. Reverb depth and reverb level can be changed in the function menu.
Please see the Function Section of this manual for more information.
27 CHORUS: The Chorus effect adds depth and spaciousness to the selected keyboard voice. Press
the CHORUS button to engage the chorus effect and the indicator will light up. Press the button
again to turn off the chorus effect. The chorus setting does not affect the auto accompaniment.
Chorus depth and chorus level can be changed in the function menu.
Please see the Function Section for more information.
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REVERB
SONG
music teacher. Play along songs allows the user to play along with the songs built in this piano,
and grades the accuracy of the notes played.
Please see the Play Along Song section of this manual for more information.
all note events and the accompaniment patterns exactly as they are performed. This recorded
information will not be lost when the power is turned off. The USER SONG button accesses one
of the four available song banks for recording or playback and engages the record feature.
Press the USER SONG button and then use the +/YES, –/NO buttons to select a song setting. If
there is recorded information on any of the three tracks of the selected song bank the indicator
lights of those track buttons will light up.
Please see the Record section of this manual for more information.
30 ACCOMP/ PLAY ALL: This button has two functions. With the record feature engaged the AC-
COMP button is used to select the auto accompaniment track of a song for recording or playback.
When the CARD button is engaged the PLAY ALL function of the SD card feature is accessed
from this button. Use it to play all songs on the inserted SD card in sequence.
Please refer to the Record section and the Card section.
31 MELODY 1/LOAD: This button has two functions. With the record feature engaged this button
assigns a melody track. There are two tracks for recording melody, assigned by the MELODY 1
and MELODY 2 buttons.
When the CARD button is engaged the LOAD function of the SD card feature is accessed from
this button. Use it to load a song from the inserted SD card.
Please see the Record section and the Card section of this manual for more information.
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PANEL CONTROLS
1
This connector panel, with its various jacks, is located on the bottom left of the piano, under the key bed.
EFFECTS
2
3
4
CONNECTOR PANEL
–TRANSPOSE +
USER SONG
REVERB
SONG
CHORUS
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
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LEFT
UTILITY
AUDIO
RIGHT
MIC
PLAY/STOP
REC
PLAY/STOP
CARD
33
34
35
1
PHONES
L
IN
2
R
MIDI
OUT
L
R
3
OUT
IN
4
USB
5
1 MIC: The Microphone Input is for use of the microphone.
32 MELODY 2/ SAVE: This button has two functions. With the record feature engaged this button
assigns a melody track. There are two tracks for recording melody, assigned by the MELODY 1
and MELODY 2 buttons.
When the CARD button is engaged the SAVE function of the SD card feature is accessed from
this button. Use it to save a song from the piano to the inserted SD card.
Please refer to the Record section and the Card section.
33 REC: This button has two functions. When the record feature is engaged, the REC button is used to
put the piano on recording standby. This unit is able to record four songs, each with a 3-track
sequencer. This recorded information will not be lost when the power is turned off and can be
saved to a SD card.
When the CARD button is engaged the UTILITY function of the SD card feature is accessed
from this button. Use it to isolate, or solo a track, to mute a track or to delete a track from a song
on the inserted SD card.
Please see the Record section and the Card section of this manual for more information.
34 PLAY/STOP: This button has two functions. With the record feature engaged press the PLAY/STOP
button to hear selected tracks which you have recorded on the selected user song. Press the
PLAY/STOP button again to stop the playback.
When the CARD button is engaged this button is the PLAY/STOP feature of the SD card function. Use it to play or stop a song on the inserted SD card.
Please see the Record section and the Card section of this manual for more information.
2 PHONES (1 / 2): You can play in total silence, without disturbing others in the room, by
plugging a set of headphones into one of the appropriate sockets. When headphones
are plugged into either of these jacks the main speaker system is turned off. Two sets
of headphones may be used simultaneously.
3 AUDIO IN (L+R): These stereo audio input jacks will amplify the supplied signal through
the internal sound delivery system. They can be used to hook up items such as CD
players, MP3 player or Cassette player.
4 AUDIO OUT (L+R): These stereo audio output jacks supplies the piano’s output signal to
external amplification, such as home stereo, PA system or other amplifiers.
5 MIDI IN / MIDI OUT: This piano contains MIDI in and MIDI output ports. MIDI jacks allow
communication with other products equipped with MIDI interfaces.
Please see the MIDI section of this manual for further details.
6 USB: The USB connector allows you to connect the piano directly to your computer’s USB
port. This allows you to update your piano’s software if necessary.
♫Please note, do not turn on the piano with the USB cable connected to the computer to avoid having to restart your computer. It can be connected without driver installation under the Windows and MAC environment. The piano will be recognized as USB
audio device to receive and transmit MIDI messages.
35 CARD: Press the CARD button to engage the SD memory card feature. The card feature allows
you to load, save, play and delete song files and solo, mute or delete tracks on the inserted SD
card.
Please see the Card section of this manual for more information.
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PEDALS
DEMO
This piano is complete with three function pedals.
This piano has various demonstration, or demo, songs that are designed to showcase the different sampled
voices that are available.
VOICE
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
1
2
3
1 SOFT PEDAL: When the left pedal is engaged the piano volume is reduced and the
timbre slightly altered on the notes that are played.
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
USER REG
PLAY ALL DEMO SONGS
1 Press the SONG/DEMO button, the indicator light will turn on and the first demo song will play mo-
mentarily. "ALL- Demo songs" will appear on the display initially and will change to the demo song and
number as the song plays. This piano has thirteen demo songs that will all play in sequence
2 Press the DEMO/SONG button again to stop the demonstration and enter the music teacher feature,
or the START/STOP button on the left side of the keyboard to quit.
2 SOSTENUTO PEDAL: When the center pedal is engaged, the keys that are pressed
and already sounding will continue to sustain and the notes will decay gradually
after they are released. Keys that are played after the pedal has been pressed
are not affected.
3 SUSTAIN PEDAL: When the right pedal is engaged the piano keys will continue to
sustain as they are played. Thereby the piano note will decay gradually as if you
were continuing to hold down the piano keys.
DEMO/SONG
ALL:Demo Song
START/STOP
PLAY A SINGLE DEMO SONG
1 Press the SONG/DEMO button.
2 Use the +/YES or the –/NO buttons to change songs while the demo is playing, or enter a song num-
ber directly by using the numeric pad.
After the song is finished the rest of the demo songs will play in sequence from that point.
3 Press the DEMO/SONG button again to stop the demonstration and enter the music teacher feature
or the START/STOP button to quit
DEMO/SONG
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1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
d-9:Samba Tyme
START/STOP
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DEMO
KEYBOARD VOICES
This piano offers 128 GM (General MIDI) authentic acoustic instrument voices offering unmatched realism
and ten Asian ethnic folk instrument voices plus digital effects to further enhance the sound.
Please see the complete list of all 138 voices in the Voice List at the back of this manual.
VOICE
VOICE SELECT
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
USER REG
SELECTING ONE OF THE 138 VOICES
PLAY ALONG SONGS DEMO
There are 50 songs for the play along song music teacher feature that can also be played back for
demonstration.
1 Press the DEMO/SONG button two times to enter the music teacher feature. The indicator light on
the DEMO/SONG button will turn green and the display will show the first play along song.
2 Press the PLAY/STOP button one the right side of the keyboard to start the song.
3 Use the +/YES or the –/NO buttons to change songs while the demo is playing, or enter a song number directly by using the numeric pad.
4 Press the DEMO/SONG button again or the PLAY/STOP button to stop the play along song demonstration
Please see the Play Along Song section of the manual for more information.
DEMO/SONG
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1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
01:Mary Lamb
PLAY/STOP
001:Grand Piano
VOICE
STYLE
1 If not already selected, press the VOICE button to engage the voice selection mode, the indicator will
turn on, and the screen will show the currently selected main voice
2 Use the numeric pad to directly enter a voice number or the +/YES, –/NO buttons to scroll through
the voices. The newly selected voice name and number will be on the screen and the voice is selected
for playing on the keyboard.
♫Please note, when using the numbers, you must enter three digits to select a voice number from 001138. For example, to select voice No. 2 you must enter “002”. The voice name and its number will show
on the display.
Please refer to the Voice List at the back of the manual for a list of all available voices.
VOICE
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
002: Bright Piano
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KEYBOARD VOICES
KEYBOARD VOICES
QUICK SELECT VOICE BUTTONS
There are ten voices that can be selected quickly by pressing one of the five voice select buttons.
These voices are assigned to Instrument Line A and Instrument Line B. Each line consists of five voices. The voice name in Line A is printed above the voice select button and the voice name in Line B is
beneath the button.
1 Press the A/B button to select a voice line A or B. Selection of the voice lines will alternate when the
PIANO
E. PIANO
HARPSICHORD
ORGAN
USER 1
GUITAR
STRINGS
TRUMPET
FLUTE
USER 2
LAYER VOICE
Layer, or dual, refers to an additional voice that is tone mixed with the selected keyboard voice. The
assigned layer voice will be heard with the original voice when the layer feature is engaged.
– TEMPO +
A/B
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FILL-IN
VARIATION
A/B button is pressed. The indicator will be lit when Line B is selected.
2 Press the voice select button that corresponds to the desired voice within the voice line you have
selected. The voice name and its number will show on the display and the newly selected voice is available for playing.
♫Please note if a voice quick select button and a style quick select button are selected, pressing the
A/B button will change both the voice and the style.
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
1 Press the LAYER button, the currently assigned layer voice will show on the display, and the indicator will light up.
2 Within 5 seconds while the indicator is lit, use the +/YES, –/NO buttons or the numeric pad to select
the desired layer voice or use one of the quick select voice buttons. The display will show the layer
voice number and name.
E. PIANO
A/B
005: Elec. Piano1
LAYER
STRINGS
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
002:Bright Piano
3 Press the LAYER button a second time and the current layer volume level will show on the display .
USER DEFINED QUICK SELECT BUTTON
You can assign two favorite voices to the voice quick select button.
While the layer volume screen is displayed, use the +/YES or the
–/NO buttons to raise or lower the volume of the selected layer instrument voice from 00 - 24.
1 Select a USER button USER 1 from line A or USER 2 from line B by pressing the A/B button.
Line B is selected when the indicator is lit.
2. Press and hold the USER button until the indicator light is blinking, about 5 seconds, then
release.
3. Select the voice by using the numeric pad to directly enter a voice number or the +/YES, –/
NO buttons to scroll through the voices. The newly selected voice name and number will be on
the screen.
♫Please note, when using the numbers, you must enter three digits to select a voice number
from 001-138. For example, to select voice No. 2, you must enter “002”. The voice name and its
number will show on the display.
Please refer to the Voice List at the back of the manual for a list of all available voices
4. Press the blinking voice USER button. The currently selected voice will be assigned to this
button and be available for quick selection.
USER 1
A/B
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USER 2
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
LAYER
Layer Volume 11
4 To turn the layer feature off press the LAYER button until the indicator goes out.
♫Please note, with no input, the screen will remain in the layer voice or the layer volume menu for five
seconds, then the display will revert to the selected main voice and exit the layer select mode. If the
LAYER button indicator is lit, the layer feature is engaged.
002: Bright Piano
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KEYBOARD VOICES
RHYTHM
LOWER VOICE
In the lower, or split, mode the keyboard is divided into two sections. To the right of the split point the
currently selected main voice or layered voices, will sound. The keys to the left of the split Point can be
assigned to play a different instrument voice. The default split point for voice is the C3 key.
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
LAYER
LOWER
FILL-IN
VARIATION
RHYTHM STYLES
This piano offers 100 rhythm styles and a variation of each of those style patterns to choose from. The rhythm
section of the keyboard is assigned by the auto accompaniment split point. The keys on the left of the split
point are reserved for the auto accompaniment. The keys to the right are available for normal playing
Each rhythm style includes six patterns; an introduction, the main pattern, two fill-ins, a variation and an ending pattern.
Please see the complete list of all 100 rhythm styles in the back of the manual.
SPLIT POINT FOR AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
For auto accompaniment, the keyboard is split into two sections. The default split point is the G1 key. A
different split point for auto accompaniment can be assigned in the Function menu.
Please see the Function section of this manual for more information
1 Press the LOWER button, the currently assigned lower voice will show on the display, and the indicator will light up.
2 While the indicator is lit, use the +/YES, –/NO buttons or the numeric pad to select the desired lower
voice or use one of the quick select voice buttons. The display will show the lower voice number and
name.
LOWER
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
RHYTHM STYLE SELECT
54:Bossanova 1
011:Music Box
3 Press the LOWER button a second time and the current lower volume level will show on the display
screen. While the lower volume screen is displayed, use the +/YES or the –/NO buttons to raise or
lower the volume of the selected lower instrument voice from 00 - 24.
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LOWER
VOICE
STYLE
SELECTING ONE OF THE 100 RHYTHM STYLES
1 Press the STYLE button to engage the style selection mode, the indicator will light up.
2 Use the numeric pad or the +/YES, –/NO buttons to select a style number while the indicator is lit.
The newly selected style name and number will be on the screen and the style will be selected.
♫Please note, when using the number pads, you must enter two digits to select a style number from
00-99. For example, to select style No. 4 you must enter “04”. The style name and its number will be
shown on the display.
Please refer to the Rhythm Style List at the back of the manual for a list of all available styles.
4 Press the LOWER button until the indicator goes out to turn the lower feature off.
♫Please note, with no input, the screen will remain in the lower voice menu or the lower volume menu
for five seconds, after three seconds the display will revert to the selected main voice and exit the lower
select mode. If the LOWER button indicator is let, the lower feature is engaged.
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STYLE
VOICE SPLIT POINT
The keyboard is split into two sections at the split point. The default lower voice split point is the
C3 key. A different lower voice split point can be assigned in the Function menu.
Please see the Function section of this manual for more information.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
04:Dixie
3 Press the STYLE button again to exit from the style select mode. The screen will revert to the selected main voice.
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RHYTHM
RHYTHM
QUICK SELECT RHYTHM STYLE BUTTONS
There are ten styles that can be selected quickly by pressing one of the five style select buttons. These
styles are assigned to Line A and Line B. Each rhythm style line consists of five styles. The style name
in Line A is printed above the style select button and the style name in Line B is beneath the button.
USING THE RHYTHM STYLE
There are three ways to start the rhythm style; straight start, synchronized start, or starting with an introduction. You can stop your rhythm style with a finishing ending pattern.
A/B
BOSSA NOVA
ROCK
POP
BALLAD
USER 1
LOUNGE
BLUES
JAZZ
GOSPEL
USER 2
1 Press the A/B button to select a line. Selection of the lines will alternate when the A/B button is
pressed. The indicator will be lit when Line B is selected.
2 Press the rhythm style quick select button that corresponds to your desired style within the line you
have selected. The rhythm style name and its number will show on the display and is available to be
started.
Please refer to starting and stopping the rhythm style.
– TEMPO +
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
A/B
BLUES
USER DEFINED QUICK SELECT BUTTON
You can assign two favorite rhythm styles to the rhythm style user defined quick select button.
LAYER
LOWER
FILL-IN
VARIATION
STRAIGHT START
1 The START/STOP button starts the percussive rhythm immediately. Press the START/STOP button.
The selected rhythm style will play.
2 Press the START/STOP button again to stop the rhythm style.
ROCK
47:Rock 1
HARMONY
SYNCHRONIZED START
START/STOP
Synchronized Start puts the accompaniment in the standby mode.
1 Press the SYNC START button, the beat indicator dots above the TEMPO buttons will blink at the
current tempo, showing that the synchronized start mode is ready. The rhythm style will start as soon as
you play in the left hand section of the keyboard.
2 Press the START/STOP or the SYNC START button again to stop the rhythm style. If the SYNC
START button is used, the synchronized start mode will be put back on standby.
1 Select a USER button, USER 1 from line A or USER 2 from line B, by pressing the A/B but-
ton. Line B is selected when the indicator is lit.
2. Press and hold the USER button until the indicator light is blinking, about 5 seconds, then
release.
3. While the indicator is blinking select the favorite style by using the numeric pad to directly
enter a style number or the +/YES, –/NO buttons to scroll through the styles. The newly selected style will be on the screen.
♫Please note, when using the numbers, you must enter two digits to select a style number from
00-99. For example, to select style No. 2 you must enter “02”. The style name and its number
will show on the display.
Please refer to the Style List at the back of the manual for a list of all available voices
4. Press the blinking style USER button. The currently selected style will be assigned to this
button to and be available for quick selection.
USER 1
A/B
USER 2
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
SYNC START
– TEMPO +
INTRODUCTION AND ENDING PATTERNS
All of the 100 styles and their variations can be started with an appropriate introduction.
1 Press the INTRO/ENDING button, the rhythm of the introduction will start followed by the main pat-
tern.
2 Press the INTRO/ ENDING button after pressing the SYNC START button to add an introduction.
The introduction will start followed by the rhythm style as soon as you play in the left hand section of
the keyboard.
3 Press the START/ STOP button to stop the accompaniment or press the INTRO/ENDING button
again to stop with an ending pattern.
02:Swing Trio
INTRO/ENDING
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
RHYTHM
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
– TEMPO +
VARIATION
HARMONY
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
LAYER
LOWER
FILL-IN
VARIATION
1 Press the VARIATION button at any time to select the variation of any of the rhythm styles. The indicator
Each percussive rhythm style has its own auto accompaniment, dedicated to that style. These auto accompaniment patterns create fully orchestrated rhythm, bass and chord progressions based on the chords that you
play with your left hand. The selected rhythm style determines the characteristics of the auto accompaniment.
The accompaniment produced is perfectly matched to the selected rhythm style.
For auto accompaniment modes the keys are divided into two sections at the auto accompaniment split point.
The keys to the left of this point are defined as the accompaniment section of the keyboard.
The default key for auto accompaniment split point is the G2 key. The keys on the left of the split point are
reserved for the auto accompaniment. The keys to the right are available for normal playing. A different split
point for the auto accompaniment can be assigned in the Function menu.
Please refer to the Auto A. Split point in the Function section of this manual.
will light up and the variation pattern will be selected. If the rhythm style is playing the variation will start at the
beginning of the next measure.
2 Press the VARIATION button again, the indicator will turn off and the rhythm style will revert to the main
pattern selected at the beginning of the next measure.
VARIATION
FILL IN
SINGLE
The fill in feature will insert a short rhythmic pattern of one to two measures in length, depending on the
rhythm style selected. There is a fill-in for both the main pattern and the variation.
1 Press the FILL-IN button at any time while the rhythm style is playing to add a fill.
2 Press and hold down the FILL-IN button to extend the fill indefinitely. If you hold down the FILL-IN button,
the fill pattern will repeat until the button is released, and then the main pattern will resume from the beginning
of the next measure.
3 Press the FILL IN button while an ending pattern is engaged if you want the selected rhythm style to resume after the ending pattern has completed.
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
FILL-IN
VARIATION
ACCOMP
SELECT THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT FINGERING MODE
The three auto accompaniment, or auto bass chord, fingering modes of this piano are: single, fingered, and
piano as defined below.
1 Press the ACCOMP button until the indicator of the fingering mode that you desire is lit. Repeated pressing
of the ACCOMP button will cycle through the three fingering modes and accompaniment off.
ADJUSTING THE TEMPO
FILL-IN
SINGLE
There is a four-beat indicator above the TEMPO buttons that flashes with the tempo and the beat for the
rhythm style playing. Each style has its own preset tempo.
The tempo can be adjusted before or during rhythm style play by pressing either of the
–TEMPO+ buttons. If you change rhythm styles during play, the tempo will keep the initial styles value, press
the –TEMPO+ buttons simultaneously to set the tempo to the new styles default value.
FINGERED
PIANO
ACCOMP
SPLIT POINT FOR AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
Tempo
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– TEMPO +
For auto accompaniment, the keyboard is split into two sections. The default split point is the G2 key. A
different split point for the auto accompaniment can be assigned in the Function menu.
Please see the Function section of this manual for more information
♫Please note, if the METRONOME button is engaged, the rhythm sound will not be heard. It will be
replaced by the metronome tick.
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
USING THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
SINGLE
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
FILL-IN
VARIATION
ACCOMP
SINGLE MODE
Single, or intelligent, fingering mode makes it simple to produce four types of orchestrated accompaniment chords using a minimum of fingers, while playing in the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard.
In this mode, keys in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard are used to produce major, seventh, minor, and minor-seventh chords, the keys are not available for normal playing. The auto accompaniment will start with the percussive rhythm as soon as a key in the auto accompaniment section is
played.
Please refer to Starting and Stopping the Auto Accompaniment.
•
Major Chord: Press any key in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard. The key you press
determines the root note of the major chord.
•
Minor Chord: Press the root key and any black key to its left in the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard simultaneously.
•
Seventh Chord: Press the root key and any white key to its left (7th key) in the auto accompaniment
section of the keyboard simultaneously.
•
Minor-Seventh Chord: Press the root key and both a black key and a white to its left in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard simultaneously.
FINGERED MODE
The fingered mode is ideal if you already know how to play chords on the keyboard. It allows you to
play the chords in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard that produce the selected auto
accompaniment pattern. The auto accompaniment will start as soon as a recognized chord is played in
the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard, the keys are not available for normal playing.
Please refer to Starting and Stopping the Auto Accompaniment.
PIANO CHORD MODE
When the piano fingering chord mode is engaged you may enter chords anywhere on the keyboard,
and the auto accompaniment will make complete styled arrangements based on those chords. You are
not limited to the auto accompaniment section or the range of the split point. In this regard there is no
keyboard split point function for the piano chord mode. All keys are available for normal playing,
♫Please note, if a chord played cannot be recognized (fingered beyond the table), the previous chord
will keep playing and an unrecognized chord cannot start the auto accompaniment.
Please see the Auto Accompaniment Fingering Guide table at the back of this manual for a list of all the
32 playable chords of this mode.
The rhythm style and corresponding auto accompaniment can be started as a straight start or set for a synchronized start. An introduction can be added to either of these start options and an ending pattern can be
used when stopping.
STRAIGHT START
1 Select a rhythm style. Please refer to Select One of the 100 Rhythm Styles.
2 Select a fingering mode. Please refer to Select the Auto Accompaniment Fingering.
3 Press the START/STOP button. The START/STOP button will start the rhythm style immediately for
all fingering modes. Depending on the fingering mode selected the auto accompaniment will start as
follows:
•
Single: Auto accompaniment will start as soon as a note is struck in the auto accompaniment section
of the keyboard.
•
Fingered: Auto accompaniment will start as soon as a recognized chord is played in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard.
•
Piano: Auto accompaniment will start will as soon as a recognized chord is played in any section of
the keyboard.
4 Press the START/STOP button again to stop the rhythm style and auto accompaniment.
START/STOP
SYNCHRONIZED START
Synchronized Start mode puts the piano auto accompaniment on standby. It allows you to start the
rhythm style and its auto accompaniment by playing on the keyboard.
1 Select a rhythm style. Please refer to Select One of the 100 Rhythm Styles.
2 Select a fingering mode. Please refer to Select the Auto Accompaniment Fingering.
3 Press the SYNC START button, the beat indicator dots above the TEMPO buttons will blink at the current tempo, indicating that the synchronized start mode is engaged.. Depending on the fingering mode
selected, the SYNC START button will start the rhythm and the auto accompaniment as follows:
•
Single: The rhythm style and auto accompaniment will start as soon as a note is struck in the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard.
•
Fingered: The rhythm style and auto accompaniment will start as soon as a recognized chord is
played in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard.
•
Piano: The rhythm style and auto accompaniment will start will as soon as a recognized chord is
played in any section of the keyboard.
4 Press the START/STOP button to stop the rhythm style and auto accompaniment.
SYNC START
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
VARIATION
SINGLE
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
SYNC START START/STOP INTRO/ENDING
FILL-IN
VARIATION
All of the auto accompaniments can be started with an appropriate introduction and stopped with a
finishing ending
1 Select a rhythm style. Please refer to Select One of the 100 Rhythm Styles.
2 Select a fingering mode. Please refer to Select the Auto Accompaniment Fingering.
3 Press the SYNC START button, the beat indicator dots above the TEMPO buttons will blink at the
current tempo, indicating that the synchronized start mode is engaged.
♫Please note, to hear the auto accompaniment introduction the SYNC START button must be used,
otherwise the rhythm style introduction will begin immediately and the auto accompaniment introduction
will not sound.
4 Press the INTRO/ENDING button. Depending on the fingering mode selected, the SYNC START button will start the rhythm and the auto accompaniment with an appropriate introduction as follows:
•
Single: The rhythm style and auto accompaniment with introduction will start as soon as a note is
struck in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard.
•
Fingered: The rhythm style and auto accompaniment will start as soon as a recognized chord is
played in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard.
•
Piano: The rhythm style and auto accompaniment will start will as soon as a recognized chord is
played in any section of the keyboard.
4 Press the START/STOP button to stop the rhythm style and auto accompaniment. Or press the IN-
TRO/ENDING button again to stop the auto accompaniment with a finishing ending pattern. The ending
pattern can be engaged any time an auto accompaniment is playing, whether or not it was started with
an introduction.
5 Press the FILL IN button while the ending pattern is playing and the piano will cancel the ending and
return to the auto accompaniment.
♪Please also note, if a chord played cannot be recognized (fingered beyond the table), the previous
chord will keep playing and an unrecognized chord cannot start the auto accompaniment.
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– TEMPO +
INTRO/ENDING
indicator will light up and the variation pattern will be selected. If the auto accompaniment is playing the variation will start at the beginning of the next measure.
Please refer to the Starting and Stopping the Auto Accompaniment.
2 Press the VARIATION button again, the indicator will turn off and the auto accompaniment will revert to the
main auto accompaniment pattern selected.
ACCOMP
INTRODUCTION AND ENDING PATTERNS
SYNC START
1 Press the VARIATION button at any time to select the variation of any of the auto accompaniments. The
VARIATION
FILL-IN
The fill feature will insert a short rhythmic pattern of one to two measures in length, depending on the auto
accompaniment selected. There is a fill-in for both the main pattern and the variation.
1 Press the FILL-IN button at any time while the accompaniment is playing to add a fill.
2 Press and hold down the FILL-IN button to extend the fill indefinitely. If you hold down the FILL-IN button,
the fill pattern will repeat until the button is released, and then the main pattern will resume from the beginning
of the next measure.
3 Press the FILL IN button while an ending pattern is engaged if you want the selected auto accompaniment
to resume after the ending pattern has completed.
FILL-IN
AUTO HARMONY
With the harmony feature engaged, a single note on the right-hand section of the keyboard will sound with
additional auto harmony notes. The note played in the right-hand section of the keyboard determines the root
key of the harmony. It is recommended that only one note be played at a time. If more than one note is played
only the highest note will add harmony. ♫Please note, auto harmony is only available when auto accompaniment is playing.
1 Press the HARMONY button to toggle the harmony feature on and off. There are four harmony types that
can be selected. The harmony type selection is assigned in the Function menu.
Please see the Function section for more information.
•
Duet: Duet adds a harmonizing note sounding below the single right hand note that you supply, when
the chord accompaniment is playing.
•
Close Harmony: Close Harmony adds two harmonizing notes sounding below the single right hand
melody note that you supply, when the auto accompaniment is playing
•
Open Harmony: Open Harmony adds several harmonizing notes sounding below the single right hand
melody note that you supply, when the auto accompaniment is playing.
•
Octave: Octave adds a note one octave below the single right hand melody note that you supply, when
the auto accompaniment is playing
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
FUNCTION
The Function menu is used to set up or to adjust various parameters related to the operation of this keyboard.
With the FUNCTION button engaged you may access the sub-menus for the following:
METRONOME
The built in metronome is a timing device. It is used as reference to aid with practice or performance.
1 Press the METRONOME button to engage the metronome feature. The button’s LED Indicator will turn on,
the display screen will show the Metronome menu and the metronome sound will start immediately.
PIANO
HARPSICHORD
E. PIANO
ORGAN
USER 1
GUITAR
STRINGS
TRUMPET
FLUTE
USER 2
BOSSA NOVA
ROCK
POP
BALLAD
USER 1
LOUNGE
BLUES
JAZZ
GOSPEL
USER 2
A/B
•
Equalization
•
Split Point (Voice)
•
Vocal Grade
•
Reverb Type
•
Auto A. Split (Point)
•
Reset
•
Reverb Level
•
Master Tune
•
Chorus Type
•
Drum Kit (Selection)
•
Chorus Level
•
Harmony Type
•
Touch
•
Local
METRONOME
Equalization
2 While the screen is showing the metronome menu, use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to set the beat
pattern or time signature. The time signature can be set to 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 6/8 or 12/8.
3 Press the metronome button again to turn off the metronome.
♫Please note, if the METRONOME button is engaged, the rhythm sound will not be heard. It will be replaced
by the metronome tick.
Metronome
5/4
METRONOME
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
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FUNCTION
Tempo
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USER REG
The tempo of the metronome time signature can be adjusted, use the – TEMPO + buttons to adjust the tempo
from 40–240 bpm (beats per minute). Press the – TEMPO + buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting of 180 bpm. Adjusting the metronome tempo may also affect the rhythm style tempo.
After three seconds without input the screen will exit the metronome menu and revert to the currently selected
main voice.
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Reverb Type
3 Press the +/YES button to show the current parameter for your selected function.
4 Use the number pad or the +/YES, –/NO buttons to set a new parameter. Pressing the +/YES and
the –/NO buttons simultaneously will recall the default setting.
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to exit this mode and confirm your selection.
FUNCTION
– TEMPO +
Tempo
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1 Press the FUNCTION button. The first menu item that can be manipulated,
Equalization, will appear on the display.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the menu you wish to access appears on the display screen.
There is a four-beat indicator above the TEMPO buttons that indicates the tempo and the beat for the accompaniment playing. Each style has its own preset tempo. The tempo can be adjusted before or during the auto
accompaniment by pressing the either of the –TEMPO+ buttons. When you change the style before you play,
the tempo will be set to that default value. If you change style during play, the tempo will keep the initial styles
value, press the – TEMPO + buttons simultaneously to set the tempo to the new styles default value.
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STYLE
USING THE FUNCTION MENU
ADJUSTING THE TEMPO
METRONOME
VOICE
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
FUNCTION
Small Room
♫Please note, after pressing the Function button the indicator will turn on and the Function menu will
be accessed. The first press of the +/YES button will enter the sub-menu of the main Function menu.
Subsequent pressing of the +/YES button will scroll through the sub-menu options. The option will not
be selected until the Function button is pressed again and the indicator turns off.
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– TEMPO +
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION
REVERB TYPE
Equalization
VOICE
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
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PAGE▲
USER REG
EQUALIZATION
Equalization is the process commonly used to alter the frequency response of an audio system using
linear filters. In effect, this menu adjusts the level of particular frequencies. The Equalization function will
adjust the global “tone” of the internal sound output of the piano The piano has programed predefined
optimal settings for the various options. Select the Equalization in the Function menu.
•
Piano
•
Bass middle
•
Jazz
•
Bright
•
Bass boast
•
Pop
•
Bright middle
•
Flat
•
Rock
•
Middle boast
•
Classical
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Equalization” menu appears.
FUNCTION
PAGE▲
PAGE▼
Equalization
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Equalization menu and the current setting will be shown.
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose an option from the list below. Press the +/YES, –/NO
buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
+/YES
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Reverb is an effect whereby the sound produced by the piano is made to reverberate slightly. It simulates the effect of playing in a big room or hall where the sound reverberates off the walls and ceiling.
The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the piano is turned on. You can switch the reverb
feature on and off by pressing the REVERB button.
Select the Reverb Type from the Function menu.
•
Small Room
•
Plate Reverb
•
Echo
•
Room
•
Church
•
3/4 Echo
•
Small Hall
•
Cathedral
•
4/4 Echo
•
Large Hall
•
Gated Reverb
•
Triplet Echo
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Reverb Type” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Reverb Type menu and the current setting will be shown.
PAGE▲
PAGE▼
FUNCTION
Reverb Type
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Reverb Type option from the list below. Press the +/
YES, –/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
+/YES
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Small Hall
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
Piano
FUNCTION
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5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
♫Please note, opening this menu will turn the reverb effect on.
FUNCTION
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION
REVERB LEVEL
Reverb is an effect whereby the sound produced by the piano is made to reverberate slightly. It simulates the effect of playing in a big room or hall where the sound reverberates off the walls and ceiling.
The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the piano is turned on. You can switch the reverb
feature on and off by pressing the REVERB button. Select the Reverb Level from the Function menu.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Reverb Level” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Reverb Level menu and the current reverb level will be shown.
FUNCTION
PAGE▲
PAGE▼
+/YES
Reverb Level
CHORUS TYPE
In music, a chorus effect occurs when individual sounds with roughly the same timbre and nearly (but
never exactly) the same pitch converge and are perceived as one. The Chorus effect enriches your selected instrument voice by adding depth and texture. Press the CHORUS button to engage the chorus
effect, the indicator will light up.
Select the Chorus Type in the Function menu.
•
Chorus Light
•
Flange
•
Tremolo Medium
•
Chorus Medium
•
Flange Deep
•
Tremolo Fast
•
Chorus Deep
•
Phaser
•
Resonant Chorus
•
Tremolo Slow
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Chorus Type” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Chorus Type menu and the current setting will be shown.
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Reverb Level between 001-127.Use the +/YES but-
ton to increase the level or the –/NO buttons to decrease the level. The number pad can also be used to
directly enter a value ranged from 001-127. Press the +/YES, –/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the
default setting of 008.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
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PAGE▼
PAGE▲
+/YES
Chorus Type
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Chorus Type option from the list below. Press the +/
Reverb Level
008
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
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YES, –/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Chorus Deep
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
FUNCTION
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION
CHORUS LEVEL
In music, a chorus effect occurs when individual sounds with roughly the same timbre and nearly (but
never exactly) the same pitch converge and are perceived as one. The Chorus effect enriches your selected instrument voice by adding depth and texture. Press the CHORUS button to engage the chorus
effect, the indicator will light up.
Adjust the Chorus Level in the Function menu.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Chorus Level” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Chorus Level menu and the current chorus level will be shown.
FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
+/YES
Chorus Level
048
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose an Chorus Level between 001-127.Use the +/YES
button to increase the level or the –/NO buttons to decrease the level. The number pad can also be used
to directly enter a value ranged from 001-127. Press the +/YES, –/NO buttons simultaneously to recover
the default setting of 048.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Chorus Level
TOUCH
The piano offers four types of keyboard touch sensitivity settings. These are also known as velocity settings and are designed to suit your style of playing. The normal setting is selected automatically when
the piano is turned on.
The touch response can be changed in the Function menu.
•
Soft is the most sensitive keyboard response which permits maximum sound levels with
a light touch.
•
Normal is an intermediate response suitable for most styles of music. Normal is the
default setting.
•
Hard is a less sensitive keyboard response which requires a heavier touch to obtain
maximum sound levels.
•
Fixed does not offer any touch sensitivity. Each key plays at full volume no matter how
hard the piano key is hit. It is commonly used on Harpsichord and Organ voices
1 Press the FUNCTION button
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Touch” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Touch menu and the current setting will be shown. .
PAGE▲
PAGE▼
FUNCTION
+/YES
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
FUNCTION
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♫Please note, opening this menu will turn the chorus effect on.
Touch
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Touch option from the list below. Press the +/YES, –/
NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Normal
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
FUNCTION
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION
SPLIT POINT (FOR LOWER VOICE)
When the lower mode is engaged the keyboard is divided into two parts at the split point. In the left
hand section a different instrument voice can be assigned, the lower voice. The default split point of C3
for the lower section can be changed in the Function menu.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Split Point” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Split Point menu and the current setting will be shown.
FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
+/YES
–/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
C3
The pitch of this piano is very accurate and stable; it is automatically set to standard A440 pitch when
the piano is turned on. If necessary, you can alter the piano pitch, the tuning feature makes it possible
to tune the pitch of the instrument in fine intervals. Tuning can be accomplished in the Function menu.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Master Tune” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Master Tune menu and the current setting will be shown.
Split Point
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Split Point option between G1 -C7. Press the +/YES,
Split Point
MASTER TUNE
FUNCTION
SPLIT POINT FOR AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
For the auto accompaniment the keyboard is split into two sections at the default split point G2 key.
A different split point for the auto accompaniment can be assigned in the Function menu.
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
+/YES
+/YES
Master Tune
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Master Tune option between -64 to 64 semitone
steps, or cents. Press the +/YES, –/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Master Tune
00
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
FUNCTION
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Auto A. Split” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Auto A. Split menu and the current setting will be shown.
PAGE▲
PAGE▼
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Auto A. Split
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Split Point option between A0 -C3. Press the +/YES,
–/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
Split Point
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G2
FUNCTION
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION
DRUM KIT (KEYBOARD PERCUSSION SELECTION)
In the Keyboard Percussion mode, the entire keyboard will play the percussion voices from the selected
Drum Kit. The default setting is off, and there are ten drum kits that can be assigned. Kit 10 is a sound
effects kit. Please see the Drum Kit List at the end of this manual for a complete listing.
Turn the Keyboard Percussion mode on by selecting a Drum Kit in the Function menu.
•
Percussion Off
•
KYBD PERC 04
•
KYBD PERC 08
•
KYBD PERC 01
•
KYBD PERC 05
•
KYBD PERC 09
•
KYBD PERC 02
•
KYBD PERC 06
•
KYBD PERC 10
•
KYBD PERC 03
•
KYBD PERC 07
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Drum Kit” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Drum Kit menu and the current setting will be shown.
FUNCTION
PAGE▼
+/YES
PAGE▲
HARMONY TYPE
When harmony is selected, a single note on the right-hand section of the keyboard will sound with
additional auto harmony notes, while the auto accompaniment is playing.
There are four types of harmony that can be selected from the Function menu..
•
Duet adds a harmonizing note sounding below the single right hand note that you supply
when the chord accompaniment is playing.
•
Close harmony adds two harmonizing notes sounding below the single right hand melody
note that you supply when the chord accompaniment is playing.
•
Open harmony adds several harmonizing notes when the chord accompaniment is
playing.
•
Octave adds a note one octave below the note you play in the right hand section of the
keyboard when the chord accompaniment is playing.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Harmony Type” menu appears
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Harmony Type menu and the current setting will be shown.
Drum Kit
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Drum Kit option from the list below. The default set-
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FUNCTION
+/YES
ting for the piano is Percussion Off. With the Percussion mode selected, press the +/YES, –/NO buttons
simultaneously for the default KYBD PERC 01..
+/YES
Percussion Off
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
KYBD PERC
01
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
FUNCTION
Percussion On
♫Please note, if the Percussion mode is on, the piano keys will not be available for normal playing,
the display will show "Percussion On". Use the Drum Kit sub-menu from the Function menu to turn the
Percussion mode off and return the piano to the currently selected main voice.
♪Please also note, pressing the -/NO button when KYBD PERC 01 is selected will return the piano to
regular Voice mode, and display the last selected voice. Pressing the +/YES button when KYBD PERC
10 is selected will return the piano to regular Voice mode and display “Percussion OFF” until another kit
is selected or the Function menu is exited.
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Harmony Type
4 Use the +/YES and the –/NO buttons to choose a Harmony option from the list below. Press the +/
YES, –/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Duet
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
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♫Please note, harmony will only sound when the auto accompaniment is on.
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION
LOCAL
RESET
Local is the MIDI Channel message that sets whether your keyboard is going to trigger its internal
sounds (Local ON) or not (Local OFF). Normally, playing on the keyboard generates sound while it
sends MIDI messages via the MIDI connector or USB. This mode is called Local On. You can mute the
piano sounds while still sending out the MIDI messages. This mode is called Local Off. Turn Local on
and off in the Function menu..
You can Reset your piano to the initial factory settings. Please be aware that this will erase all saved
data from the User buttons, the Registration memory banks and the User song banks and all the
changed settings from the Function menu.
Reset the piano in the Function menu.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Local” menu appears.
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Local menu and the current setting will be shown.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Reset” menu appears.
FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
+/YES
Local
4 Use the +/YES button to turn Local on and the –/NO button to turn Local Off. The default setting is
Local On.
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
Local
On
FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
Reset
3 Press the +/YES button to turn the Reset function on. This is the only option. Unlike the other Function
menus pressing the +/YES button will immediately reset the piano. The piano will revert to the default
factory settings. All stored memory will be erased.
+/YES
Reset
On
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
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5 Press the FUNCTION button again to exit the Function menu.
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♫Please note, if the Local is off there will be no sound from your keyboard.
VOCAL GRADE
The Play Along Songs music teacher has an optional vocal grading of your performance.
Turn the Vocal Grade on and off in the Function menu.
1 Press the FUNCTION button.
2 Press the PAGE ▲ or the PAGE ▼ buttons until the “Vocal Grade” menu appears
3 Press the +/YES button to access the Vocal Grade menu and the current setting will be shown. .
FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
+/YES
♫Please note, that Reset will erase all saved data from the User buttons, the Registration memory
banks and the User songs and settings from the Function menu.
♪Please also note, pressing the +/YES button will immediately reset the piano. Do not enter the Function Reset sub-menu if you do not want to reset your piano.
Vocal Grade
4 Use the +/YES button to turn Vocal Grade on and the –/NO button to turn Vocal Grade Off. The default
setting is Vocal Grade On.
Vocal Grade
On
5 Press the FUNCTION button again to set the option and exit the function setting mode.
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REGISTRATION MEMORY
Registration Memory can recall particular settings of style, voice, chord and other parameters or features you
have engaged. This piano has nine registration memories to hold your favorite settings so that they can be
recalled quickly by pressing a button. The registration will not be lost when the power is turned off
Equalization
VOICE
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
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RECORD
This piano is equipped with a real time recorder, able to store four songs. Each song bank has a 3-track sequencer. It will record all note events and the accompaniment as they are performed. This recorded information will not be lost when the power is turned off.
The tracks can playback separately, in any combination or together as a complete song. The melody tracks
will record all notes, just as they are played. The accompaniment track will record only the auto accompaniment events.
The ACCOMP track button will select the accompaniment track. The melody tracks are assigned by pressing
the MELODY 1 and the MELODY 2 buttons. These three tracks enable you to overdub one song part on top
of another, you can use a different voice if you like. The recorder feature is a fun and useful addition to any
keyboard study program since it lets you hear exactly how you sound from the listener's perspective.
USER REG
SAVE REGISTRATION
1 Preset the voice, rhythm, tempo, accompaniment, reverb effect and any other parameters that you
wish to save.
2 Press and hold down the USER REG button. The indicator will be lit.
3 While holding the USE REG button, press one of the numbers 1-9, from the numeric pad. The display will show that registration memory number with a “b-” prefix. Your settings will be saved into that
registration memory bank.
4 Release the USER REG button.
3 To exit the registration function mode, press the USER REG button again. Its LED will turn off, but
the newly stored settings will remain selected.
1
EFFECTS
2
3
4
–TRANSPOSE +
USER SONG
RECORDING
REVERB
SONG
CHORUS
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
LEFT
UTILITY
REC
RIGHT
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
1 Before recording prepare the piano by setting the voice, style, volume, tempo, reverb level and other
USER REG
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
b-1:Store
RECALL REGISTRATION
1 Press, don't hold, the USER REG button to engage the registration memory mode, the indicator will
light up.
2 Press the number 1-9 buttons for the settings you want, the stored setting will be recalled instantly
and the display will show the register bank with a “b-” prefix. Release the number button, the relevant
parameters will be set and the display will recover to the voice that has just been recalled.
USER REG
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
b-1:RegisterBank
the recalled settings will remain selected.
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USER SONG
3 While a user song is selected, press and hold down the REC button, then press the track(s) button
3 To exit the registration function mode, press the USER REG button again. Its LED will turn off, but
USER REG
parameters as desired.
♫Please note, these settings can be stored into a registration memory for easy recall, please see the
Registration Memory section for more information.
2 Press the USER SONG button, and use it to select a song bank, this is where the recorded information will be stored, and it puts the piano into the record mode. Continued pressing of the USER SONG
button will cycle through songs 1-4 and off. The indicator lights above the USER SONG button will
show the song number selected, as will the display screen. If there is any data recorded in the selected
song bank the indicators of the tracks with recorded information will be lit. If you do not wish for previously recorded tracks to play while you are recording, press the corresponding track button to turn the
indicator light off before pressing the REC button.
♫Please note, be careful not to hold the REC button down while de-selecting a track as that will put
that track on standby, and immediately erase the existing recording.
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that you want to record in. The REC button and the selected track(s) button's indicator will blink, and
the four dots of the beat indicator above the TEMPO button will blink with the current tempo, showing
that the recorder is on standby. If you have a recorded track(s) already in the selected song, that indicator will be lit, not blinking, that recorded music will play back, as a reference for you while you record
the new track.
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RECORD
RECORD
PLAYBACK
Listen to a recorded passage in the User song bank.
1:User Song
1
EFFECTS
2
3
USER SONG
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
REC
PLAY/STOP
4
REVERB
–TRANSPOSE +
SONG
CHORUS
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
LEFT
UTILITY
RIGHT
PLAY/STOP
4 Begin recording, you can record your performance in the following ways:
•
RECORD MELODY TRACK ONLY: If the MELODY 1 or MELODY 2 buttons are selected the
recording will begin as soon as you play the keyboard.
♫Please note, it is suggested to turn off the fingering mode when recording on a melody track alone.
When the fingering mode is set to Fingered or Single, the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard will not be recorded, although the notes are sounding.
•
RECORD AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT TRACK ONLY: With the Auto Accompaniment
•
RECORD THE ACCOMPANIMENT AND A MELODY TRACK
engaged and the ACCOMP track selected, recording will start as soon as a recognized chord is played
on the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard.
♫Please note, notes played on the Melody section of the keyboard will not be recorded in the auto
accompaniment track. If the auto accompaniment is off, only the percussive rhythm will be recorded in
the ACCOMP track. An unrecognized chord in the fingered mode cannot start the recording.
If you want to record a melody and the accompaniment at the same time, press a MELODY track
button, then the ACCOMP track button and both indicators will blink in the standby mode. Recording
begins as soon as you start to play on any section of the keyboard.
♪Please also note, the contents in a track will be erased as soon you select that track in the record
mode. It will be replaced by the new data that the user is recording.
USER SONG
REC
PLAY/STOP
1 To listen to the recorded passage press the USER SONG button and select the song you want to
play back, using the +/YES, –/NO buttons. The display will show the user song number.
2 After you have selected your User Song, the indicators of the recorded tracks will be lit.
If you do not wish to hear a specific track, press the corresponding track button to turn that track off. Its
indicator will turn off.
3 Press the PLAY/STOP button to hear the recorded track(s). The dots of the beat indicator above the
TEMPO BUTTON will flash. You can change the tempo by pressing the +TEMPO– buttons.
The keyboard is available for playing while the recording is playing back.
4 Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop the playback. Playback will stop automatically when the
recording reaches its end.
5 Press the USER SONG button repeatedly to cycle through until no indicators are lit to exit the record
mode, the display screen will revert to the currently selected voice.
USER SONG
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
1:User Song
PLAY/STOP
5 Press the PLAY/STOP button or the REC button to stop recording. When the accompaniment track is
being recorded, you can press the INTRO/ENDING button to stop the recording with an ending pattern
in the accompaniment track.
♫Please note, when the record memory is full, recording will stop automatically and “End” will appear
on the display screen. The record time is approximately 15 minutes.
PLAY/STOP
1:User Song
6 To exit the record mode, press the PLAY/STOP button to disengage all recording functions and then
DELETING TRACKS
1 To erase the music recorded on the tracks, press the USER SONG button to select the song you
want to erase.
2 Press and hold the REC button, its indicator will flash.
3 Press the track(s) button that you wish to erase while you continue to hold down the REC button, the
indicator(s) will also flash. This will immediately erase the existing data from your previous recording.
cycle through the USER SONG button options until none of the indicators are lit. The display screen will
return to the currently selected voice.
USER SONG
011:Music Box
USER SONG
REC
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
4 Release the REC button, the indicators are still blinking.
5 Press the TRACK button(s) again and the indicators will go out. When the track has been properly
erased, its indicator will not be lit when the USER SONG button is selected. This indicates that there is
no recorded information on this track.
6 Press the USER SONG button repeatedly to cycle through until no indicators are lit to exit the record
mode, the display screen will revert to the currently selected voice.
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PLAY ALONG SONGS
There are 50 songs, of varying difficulty, built into the piano for you to practice and learn how to play. These
songs have separate left hand, or accompaniment, and right hand, or melody, parts that can be turned on and
off independently, so you can learn right, left and both hand portions as you progress in skill.
PLAY ALONG SONGS
PRACTICING THE RIGHT HAND MELODY OF THE SONG
01:Mary Lamb
SELECT AND LISTEN TO A SONG
VOICE
01:Mary Lamb
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
VOICE
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
USER REG
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
PAGE▲
PAGE▼
USER REG
1 Press the DEMO/SONG button twice, the indicator will turn blue and the first play along song will
appear on the display.
1 Press the DEMO/SONG button twice, the indicator will turn blue and the first play along song will
2 Select a song, please refer to the Select and Listen to a Song section.
3 Press the RIGHT song button. The indicator will turn on.
2 Use the +/YES, –/NO buttons or the numeric pad to select a song. The song number and title will
4 Press the PLAY/STOP button, after the metronome sound counts in, the auto accompaniment will
appear on the display.
appear on the display.
♫Please note, when using the number pads, you must enter two digits to select a play along song
number from 01-50. For example, to select play along song No. 2 you must enter “042”.
3 Press the PLAY/STOP button to listen to both hand portions of the selected song.
play, and you can play the right hand melody notes. The auto accompaniment chord that is playing and
the tempo will be shown on the display.
♫Please note, if you want to replace the drum part of the accompaniment with the metronome tick,
press the METRONOME button before or while playing.
SONG
DEMO/SONG
DEMO/SONG
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
02:Michael Row
The accompaniment chord that is playing and the tempo will be shown on the display.
4 The song will stop automatically when it is finished. Press the DEMO/SONG button again to exit the
play along song mode, the indicator will go out.
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
CM
135
PLAY/STOP
RIGHT
CM
135
PLAY/STOP
♪Please also note, if you want to play slower or faster than the preset tempo, use the – TEMPO +
buttons, to change the tempo value range from 40 to 240 bpm (beats per minute). Press the – TEMPO
+ buttons simultaneously to recall the default tempo for the selected song.
– TEMPO +
5 The song will stop automatically when it is finished. If the vocal grading is turned on, you will hear
your grade when the song is finished. The grades are,"Try Again", "Good", "Very Good", and "Excellent". Vocal grading can be turned on and off in the function menu. Please see the Function section of
the manual for more information.
6 Press the DEMO/SONG button again to exit the play along song mode, the indicator will go out.
Excellent
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PLAY ALONG SONGS
PRACTICING THE LEFT HAND ACCOMPANIMENT OF THE SONG
PLAY ALONG SONGS
PRACTICING BOTH HANDS OF THE SONG
01:Mary Lamb
01:Mary Lamb
VOICE
STYLE
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
VOICE
USER REG
DEMO/SONG FUNCTION
1 Press the DEMO/SONG button twice, the indicator will turn blue and the first play along song will
appear on the display.
2 Select a song, please refer to the Select and Listen to a Song section.
3 Press the LEFT song button. The indicator will turn on. The accompaniment chord mode is set to
fingered automatically
4 Press the PLAY/STOP button, after the metronome sound counts in, the melody will play, and you
can play the left hand accompaniment notes. The accompaniment chord that you should be playing
and the tempo will be shown on the display.
SONG
PLAY/STOP
LEFT
CM
135
PAGE▼
PAGE▲
USER REG
1 Press the DEMO/SONG button twice, the indicator will turn blue and the first play along song will
appear on the display. The accompaniment chord mode is set to fingered automatically.
2 Select a song, please refer to the Select and Listen to a Song section.
3 Press the LEFT and the RIGHT song buttons at the same time. The indicators will turn on.
SONG
LEFT
PLAY/STOP
RIGHT
CM
135
PLAY/STOP
4 Press the PLAY/STOP button, after the metronome sound counts in, only the percussion portion of
PLAY/STOP
♫Please note, if you want to replace the percussion part of the accompaniment with the metronome
tick, press the METRONOME button before or while playing.
♪Please also note, if you want to play slower or faster than the preset tempo, use the – TEMPO +
buttons, to change the tempo value range from 40 to 240 bpm (beats per minute). Press the – TEMPO
+ buttons simultaneously to recall the default tempo for the selected song.
METRONOME
STYLE
the song will play, you can play both the right hand melody and the left hand accompaniment notes.
The accompaniment chord that you should be playing and the tempo will be shown on the display.
♫Please note, if you want to replace the percussion part of the accompaniment with the metronome
tick, press the METRONOME button before or while playing.
♪Please also note, if you want to play slower or faster than the preset tempo, use the – TEMPO +
buttons, to change the tempo value range from 40 to 240 bpm (beats per minute). Press the – TEMPO
+ buttons simultaneously to recall the default tempo for the selected song.
– TEMPO +
5 The song will stop automatically when it is finished. If the vocal grading is turned on, you will hear
your grade when the song is finished. The grades are,"Try Again", "Good", "Very Good", and "Excellent". Vocal grading can be turned on and off in the function menu. Please see the Function section of
the manual for more information.
6 Press the DEMO/SONG button again to exit the play along song mode, the indicator will go out.
Very Good
METRONOME
– TEMPO +
5 The song will stop automatically when it is finished. If the vocal grading is turned on, you will hear
your grade when the song is finished. The grades are,"Try Again", "Good", "Very Good", and "Excellent". Vocal grading can be turned on and off in the function menu. Please see the Function section of
the manual for more information.
6 Press the DEMO/SONG button again to exit the play along song mode, the indicator will go out.
Good
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CARD
CARD
The card feature allows you to load, save and delete your song files on a SD card.
LOAD SONG
INSERT THE CARD
If you would like to listen to a specific song from the SD card you must first load it into the music sequencer. Load song retrieves one of your previously stored music performances or MIDI file songs from
the SD card.
Insert the SD memory card in to memory card reader slot with the label side up
and the metal teeth leading into the slot. Gently slide the SD memory card into
the slot and push it with your finger until it clicks into place, meaning that it is
engaged.
SD
1
EFFECTS
2
REMOVE THE CARD
3
To remove the SD memory card gently press the SD memory card until your
hear a click, release and it will pop back out of the memory card reader slot
and allow you to grab it to remove it from the piano. Do not remove the Memory
Card or turn off the power when the memory card reader is engaged to avoid
memory loss or damage to the SD Memory Card or the Memory Card Reader
USER SONG
CHORUS
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
LEFT
UTILITY
REC
RIGHT
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
CARD
1 Insert a SD card into the card reader with some of your previous musical performances on it or songs
1
EFFECTS
2
3
4
REVERB
–TRANSPOSE +
4
SONG
–TRANSPOSE +
USER SONG
REVERB
in the SMF (Standard MIDI File) format.
Press the CARD button. When read, "SD Card" will be shown on the display.
Press the LOAD button. The first song will show on the display.
Use the +/Yes or the –NO buttons until the song that you would like to hear is on the display.
Press the LOAD button again while that song is shown on the LCD Screen. This will confirm you
selection and load this song into the music sequencer. After loading the song the display will flash an
"OK!" as confirmation, then return to SD card screen.
SONG
CHORUS
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
LEFT
RIGHT
UTILITY
REC
2
3
4
5
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
CARD
PLAY ALL
LOAD
The Play All card function lets you play all SMF (Standard MIDI File) format songs that are on the card.
1 Insert a SD card into the card reader with some of your previous musical performances on it or songs
in the SMF format.
2 Press the CARD button and select the PLAY ALL button. The music sequencer will automatically
load the first MIDI File Song that is on the card and it will begin to play.
CARD
MELODY 1
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
LOAD
OK!
MELODY 1
6 Press the PLAY/STOP Button and you will hear your selected song play.
♫Please note, if the song you want to load has to many channels the display will show the error on the
screen.
PLAY/STOP
SONG 002
PLAY ALL
SD Card
CARD
ACCOMP
3 The music sequencer will continue to load and play all songs in sequence until the PLAY/STOP button is pressed.
SONG 001
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PLAY/STOP
♪Please also note, if there is a User song in the piano, the piano will ask if you would like to save
that song before loading. Loading a user song to the SD card erases that song from the piano's user
song bank.
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CARD
CARD
SAVE SONG
The Save song function lets you save the musical performance data that you recorded in the 3 track
music recorder (sequencer) onto a SD card. Make sure the card that you have selected has room to
store song data files on it, and make sure that your musical performance is recorded into one of the
piano's user song banks.
1
EFFECTS
2
3
4
–TRANSPOSE +
USER SONG
REVERB
Selecting the UTILITY button on the control panel will access the following options; Solo, Mute or Delete.
•
SOLO
•
MUTE CHANNEL
The Mute Channel allows you to select a individual track of your MIDI File Song to Mute. Therefore
depending on your Standard MIDI File Formatted Song you would be able to Mute a certain channel,
such as the Bass or Melody
•
DELETE is used to remove unwanted files from the SD card.
SONG
CHORUS
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
LEFT
UTILITY
REC
RIGHT
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
CARD
1 Press the CARD button. When read, "SD card" will be shown on the display.
2 Press the SAVE button. The user song indicator for the first song will flash, the display will ask "Save
it to card?".
SAVE
CARD
UTILITY
Save it to Card?
The Solo Channel Screen allows you to select an individual track of your MIDI file song to solo on (play
along with). Depending on your standard MIDI file formatted song you would be able to solo on one of
the sixteen channels or tracks that you have selected.
1 Insert a SD card into the card reader with some of your previous musical performances on it or
songs in the SMF (Standard MIDI File) format.
Press the CARD button. When read, "SD Card" will be shown on the display.
Load the song you want to use. Please refer the Load Song section.
Press the UTILITY button to access the utility menu. The first option will show on the display.
Use the +/YES or the –/NO buttons to select an option; Solo, Mute or Delete.
Press the UTILITY button again while that option is shown on the LCD Screen to confirm your selection. The channel will show on the screen.
2
3
4
5
6
MELODY 2
UTILITY
Solo
3 Use the –/NO button to cycle through the available user songs until you have the song you want to
save. Pressing the +/YES button will save the song to the SD card. If you press the –/NO button to all
the songs the piano will exit the save song menu.
4 Press the SAVE button or the +/YES button when the desired user song is selected. The song will
be saved and named in sequence. The SD song name/number is independent of the User song name/
number. When the song is saved the display will revert to the SD card screen.
♫Please note, if there is a recorded user song the piano will ask if you want to save that song before
playing any other selections.
REC
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
7 Use the +/YES or the –/NO buttons cycle through the available channels and/or songs and select
the one you want.
6 Press the PLAY/STOP Button to:
•
Hear your selected channel play if you are in Solo, or
•
Hear your song play except the selected channel if you are in Mute.
Press the UTILITY button to delete a song. The screen will display a confirmation panel, follow the
screen instructions to delete the selected track.
SAVE
MELODY 2
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
UTILITY
Saving
Delete
REC
Del SONG 003
Song 002
OK!
Are you sure?
♫Please note, to return to a previous menu press the 0 button from the numeric pad.
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MIDI
CARD
PLAY/STOP
Selecting the PLAY/STOP Button on the control panel will start and /or stop the song that is loaded in
the music sequencer. Using your computer you can download various types of songs (called MIDI Files)
from the Internet and save them to a SD memory card. The MIDI files you download must be in standard MIDI file format for proper playback. You can search the web by visiting Google.com and entering
SMF MIDI FILES into their search engine.
MICROPHONE
If you would like to sing along with the music from the piano, plug in the microphone to the Mic
Input Jack located on the connector panel on the bottom left hand side of the piano.
1
EFFECTS
2
3
4
–TRANSPOSE +
USER SONG
REVERB
PLAY ALL
LOAD
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
SAVE
LEFT
UTILITY
MIDI CONNECTION
The MIDI terminals are located on the left side panel of the piano. For more
information regarding transmitted MIDI data please see the MIDI implementation chart at the back of this manual.
SONG
CHORUS
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. This is a worldwide standard communication interface
that enables electronic musical instruments and computers (of all brands) to communicate with each other
so that instructions and other data can pass between them. This exchange of information makes it possible to create a system of MIDI instruments and devices that offers far greater versatility and control than is
available with isolated instruments. Whether you interface with computers, sequencers, expanders or other
keyboards your musical horizons will be greatly enhanced.
MIDI IN
RIGHT
MIDI
IN
OUT
This terminal receives MIDI data from an external MIDI device.
PLAY/STOP
MIDI OUT
MELODY 2
REC
PLAY/STOP
This terminal transmits data from this instrument to other MIDI devices.
The transmitted data includes the note and touch velocity produced while playing on the keyboard,
as well as voice changes, wheel operation, and recorded playback for the melody tracks. Demo
songs and auto accompaniment are not transmitted.
CARD
MIDI CHANNELS
The MIDI system in this unit has 16 channels numbered from 1-16. Each of the channels is responsible for a voice. When the instrument receives from an external device, the active channel is determined by the control message. The transmission channels on this keyboard are fixed as follows:
•
Channel 1: Master voice
•
Channel 2: Layer voice
•
Channel 3: Split voice
•
Channel 4: Bass in manual bass chord mode
•
Channel 7: Chord in manual bass chord mode
•
Channel 10: Percussion sound
Please see the MIDI Implementation Chart for more detail.
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AUTO BASS CHORD FINGERING GUIDE
MIDI
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
CHORD
Function
Transmitted
Recognized
Basic Channel
1 CH
1-16 CH
Channel changed
1-16 CH
1-16 CH
Default Mode
3
3
Remark
Note Number 9-120 0-127
Velocity: Note On
•
•
Velocity: Note Off
X
•
Pitch Bender
•
•
Control Change: 0
•
X
Variation page
1
X
X
Modulation
5
X
X
Portamento value
7, 10
•
•
Volume, Pan
11
X
•
Expression
64, 66, 67
•
•
Sustain. Sostenuto, Soft Pedal
65
X
X
Portamento yes/no
80, 81
•
•
Reverb, Chorus program
91
•
•
Reverb, Chorus send level
98, 99
X
X
NRPNL, NRPHH
100 ,101
X
X
RPNL, RPNH
121
•
•
Reset all controllers
123
•
•
All notes off
Program Change
0-127
0-127
System Exclusive
X
X
Sys. Common: Song
X
X
Select
X
X
Sys. Common: Song Position
X
X
System: Clock
X
X
Real Time: Commands
X
X
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
FINGERING GUIDE
DISPLAY
INTERVALS
Major
M
1-3-5
Major sixth
M6
1-3-5-6
Major seventh
M7
1-3-(5)-7
Major seventh sharp eleventh
M7 #11
1-(2)-3-#4-(5)-7
Major add ninth
M9
1-2-3-5
Major seventh ninth
M7 9
1-2-3-(5)-7
Major sixth add ninth
M6 9
1-2-3-(5)-6
Augmented
Aug
1-3-#5
Minor
m
1-b3-5
Minor sixth
m6
1-b3-5-6
Minor seventh
m7
1-b3-(5)-b7
Minor seventh flatten fifth
m7b5
1-b3-b5-b7
Minor add ninth
m9
1-2-b3-5
Minor seventh add ninth
m7 9
1-2-b3-(5)-b7
Minor seventh add eleventh
m7 11
1-(2)-b3-4-5-(b7)
Minor major seventh
mM7
1-b3-(5)-7
Minor major seventh add ninth
mM7 9
1-2-b3-(5)-7
Diminished
Dim
1-b3-b5
Diminished seventh
Dim7
1-b3-b5-6
Seventh
7
1-3-(5)-b7
Seventh suspend fourth
7sus4
1-4-5-b7
Seventh add ninth
79
1-2-3-(5)-b7
Seventh sharp eleventh
7 #11
1-(2)-3#4-(5)-b7
Seventh thirteenth
7 13
1-3-(5)-6-b7
Seventh flatted fifth
7 b5
1-3-b5-b7
Seventh flatted ninth
7 b9
1-b2-3-(5)-b7
Seventh flatted thirteenth
7 b13
1-3-5-b6-b7
Seventh sharp ninth
7 #9
1-#2-3-(5)-b7
Major seventh augmented
M7aug
1-3-#5-7
Seventh augmented
7aug
1-3-#5-b7
Suspended fourth
Sus4
1-4-5
Seventh suspend fourth
7sus4
1-4-5b7
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
The Fingering Guide table above lists all of the 32 playable chords of the Fingered Mode.
Please note, the intervals listed in parentheses an be omitted. The listed chord fingerings are all in root note
position, other inversions can be used with the exception of:
The M6 chords are only recognized in root note position. All other inversions are interpreted as m7.
The 69 chords are only recognized in root note position. All other inversions are interpreted as m11
The m6 chords are only recognized in root note position. All other inversions are interpreted as m7b5.
With aug and dim7 chords, the lowest note played is assumed to be the root.
These inversions do not apply to the Piano mode.
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VOICE LIST
NO. NAME
PIANO
1
Acoustic Grand Piano
2
Bright Acoustic Piano
3
Electric Grand Piano
4
Honky-Tonk Piano
5
Electric Piano 1
6
Electric Piano 2
7
Harpsichord
8
Clavichord
CHROMATIC PERCUSSION
9
Celesta
10 Glockenspiel
11 Music box
12 Vibraphone
13 Marimba
14 Xylophone
15 Tubular Bells
16 Dulcimer
ORGAN
17 Drawbar Organ
18 Percussive Organ
19 Rock Organ
20 Church Organ
21 Reed Organ
22 Accordion
23 Harmonica
24 Tango Accordion
GUITAR
25 Acoustic Nylon Guitar
26 Acoustic Steel Guitar
27 Electric Jazz Guitar
28 Electric Clean Guitar
29 Electric Muted Guitar
30 Overdriven Guitar
31 Distortion Guitar
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32
33
34
35
36
37
Guitar Harmonics
Acoustic Bass
Electric Bass (finger)
Electric Bass (pick)
Fretless Bass
Slap Bass 1
DISPLAY
Grand Piano
Bright Piano
Elec.G.Piano
Honky-Tonk
Elec.Piano1
Elec.Piano2
Harpsichord
Clavichord
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Music Box
Vibraphone
Marimba
Xylophone
TubularBells
Dulcimer
Draw Organ
Percus Organ
Rock Organ
ChurchOrgan
Reed Organ
Accordion
Harmonica
Tango Accordn
Nylon Guitar
Steel Guitar
Jazz Guitar
Clean Guitar
Mute Guitar
Overdrive
DistGuitar
Reed
GtrHarmonics
AcousticBass
Finger Bass
Pick Bass
FretlessBass
SlapBass1
NO NAME
38 Slap Bass 2
39 Synth Bass 1
40 Synth Bass 2
STRINGS
41 Violin
42 Viola
43 Cello
44 Contrabass
45 Tremolo Strings
46 Pizzicato Strings
47 Orchestral Harp
48 Timpani
ENSEMBLE
49 String Ensemble 1
50 String Ensemble 2
51 Synth Strings 1
52 Synth Strings 2
53 Choir Aahs
54 Voice Oohs
55 Synth Voice
56 Orchestra Hit
BRASS
57 Trumpet
58 Trombone
59 Tuba
60 Muted Trumpet
61 French Horn
62 Brass Section
63 Synth Brass 1
64 Synth Brass 2
65 Soprano Sax
66 Alto Sax
67 Tenor Sax
68 Baritone Sax
69 Oboe
70 English Horn
71 Bassoon
72 Clarinet
PIPE
73 Piccolo
74 Flute
DISPLAY
SlapBass2
Synth Bass1
Synth Bass2
Violin
Viola
Cello
ContraBass
TremStrings
PizzStrings
OrchHarp
Timpani
StringEnsbl1
StringEnsbl2
SynthString1
SynthString2
ChoirAahs
VoiceOohs
Synth Voice
OrchHit
Trumpet
Trombone
Tuba
MutedTrumpet
FrenchHorn
BrassSection
SynthBrass1
SynthBrass2
SopranoSax
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Oboe
English Horn
Bassoon
Clarinet
VOICE LIST
NO NAME
75 Recorder
76 Pan Flute
77 Bottle Blow
78 Shakuhachi
79 Whistle
80 Ocarina
SYNTH LEAD
81 Lead 1 (square)
82 Lead 2 (sawtooth)
83 Lead 3 (calliope
lead)
84 Lead 4 (chiff lead)
85 Lead 5 (charang)
86 Lead 6 (voice)
87 Lead 7 (fifths)
88 Lead 8 (bass + lead)
SYNTH PAD
89 Pad 1 (new age)
90 Pad 2 (warm)
91 Pad 3 (polysynth)
92 Pad 4 (choir)
93 Pad 5 (bowed)
94 Pad 6 (metallic)
95 Pad 7 (halo)
96 Pad 8 (sweep)
SYNTH EFFECT
97 FX 1 (rain)
98 FX 2 (soundtrack)
99 FX 3 (crystal)
100 FX 4 (atmosphere)
101 FX 5 (brightness)
DISPLAY
Recorder
Pan Flute
Bottle
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
Square Lead
SawtoothLead
CalliopeLead
Chiff Lead
Charang Lead
Voice Lead
Fifth Lead
Bass +Lead
New Age Pad
Warm Pad
PolySynthPad
Choir Pad
Bowed Pad
Metallic Pad
Halo Pad
Sweep Pad
Rain
Sound Track
Crystal
Atmosphere
Brightness
NO NAME
102 FX 6 (goblins)
103 FX 7 (echoes)
104 FX 8 (sci-fi)
ETHNIC
105 Sitar
106 Banjo
107 Shamisen
108 Koto
109 Kalimba
110 Bagpipe
111 Fiddle
12 Shanai
PERCUSSIVE
113 Tinkle Bell
114 Agogo
115 Steel Drums
116 Woodblock
117 Taiko Drum
118 Melodic Tom
119 Synth Drum
120 Reverse Cymbal
SOUND EFFECT
121 Guitar Fret Noise
122 Breath Noise
123 Seashore
124 Bird Tweet
125 Telephone Ring
126 Helicopter
127 Applause
128 Gunshot
DISPLAY
Goblins
Echoes
Sci-Fi
Sitar
Banjo
Shamisen
Koto
Kalimba
Bagpipe
Fiddle
Shanai
Tinkle Bell
Agogo
Steel Drums
WoodBlock
Taiko Drum
MelodicTom
Synth Drum
ReversCymbal
Fret Noise
Breath Noise
Seashore
Bird Tweet
Telephone
Helicopter
Applause
Gunshot
♫Please note, for voices from 001 - 128 in the table, the “No.” is the displayed voice number.
The MIDI program number for any voice listed is one less than the display number.
For example voice 001 Acoustic Grand Piano Midi program number is 000,
voice 002 Bright Acoustic Piano MIDI program number is 001, and so forth.
Piccolo
Flute
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ASIAN FOLK INSTRUMENTS
STYLE LIST
Asian Folk Instruments
NO.
NAME
DISPLAY
CHANGE
BANK
129
Yangqin
Yangqin
15
1
130
Sanxian
Pipa
106
1
131
Zheng
Zheng
107
1
132
Erhu
Erhu 1
110
1
133
Banhu
Banhu
0
1
134
Suona
Suona
1
1
135
Sheng
Sheng
2
1
136
Dizi
Dizi
3
1
137
Erhu + Yangqin
ErhuYangqin2
7
1
138
Dizi + Zheng
DiziZheng2
11
1
Please note, when the touch sensitivity is in the “Soft,” “Normal,” or “Hard,” mode,voice No. 137 will sound as
Erhu when a key is struck softly, and as Yangqin when the key is struck hard.
If the touch response is fixed, voice No. 137 will always sound as Yangqin.
When the touch sensitivity is in the “Soft,” “Normal,” or “Hard,” mode, voice No. 138 will sound as Zheng when
a key is struck softly, and as Dizi when the key is struck hard.
If the touch response is fixed, voice No. 138 will always sound as Dizi.
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Style List
NO
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
NAME & DISPLAY
Swing
Swing' Organ
Swing Trio
Slow Swing
Dixie
Jazz
Lounge
Shuff Blues
Blues
Gospel 1
Gospel 2
Reggae 1
Reggae 2
Motown
Shuffle
R&B 1
R&B 2
R&B Shuf
Pop 1
Pop 2
Pop 3
Beat Pop 1
Beat Pop 2
Beat Pop 3
Pop 16
Pop Acoustic
Easy Pop
Funky Pop
Disco Pop
Slow Groove
Florida
Folk 1
Folk 2
NO
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
NAME & DISPLAY
Funky
Disco
DiscoDance 1
DiscoDance 2
DiscoShuffle
DiscoGroove
House
Dance 1
Dance Pop 1
Dance Pop 2
80s Dance
Dance 2
Techno
Rap
Rock 1
Rock 2
Rock 3
RocknRoll 1
RocknRoll 2
SurfRock
Jerry
BossaNova 1
BossaNova 2
Pop Bossa 1
Pop Bossa 2
Salsa
Tango
Merenque
Rumba
Beguine
Samba
ChaCha
Latin 1
Latin 2
NO
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
NAME & DISPLAY
Hawaiian
Hula
Boogie
Fox Trot
Ragtime
Waltz 1
Waltz 2
Classical 1
Classical 2
Ballad
50’s Ballad
Power Ballad
Jazz Ballad
Bolero
Slow 16
Kids 1
Kids 2
March 1
March 2
March 3
Polka 1
Polka 2
MexPolka
NewAge
Country
CountryTrain
Bluegrass
Slow Blus
LatinBigBand
Brodway 1
Brodway 2
Big Band
Mambo Band
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DRUM KIT LIST 1
No-Key Standard (0) P-1 Room (8) P-2
Power (16) P-3
Electronic (24) P-4
TR-808 (25) P-5
27-Eb0 High Q
High Q
High Q
High Q
High Q
28-E0
Slap
SlapSlapSlapSlap
28-F0 Scratch Push
Scratch Push
Scratch Push
Scratch Push
Scratch Push
30-F#0 Scratch Pull
Scratch Pull
Scratch Pull
Scratch Pull
Scratch Pull
31-G0
Stick
StickStickStickStick
32-G#0 Square Click
Square Click
Square Click
Square Click
Square Click
33-A0 Metronome Click Metronome Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Click
34-Bb0 Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
35-B0 Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 2
36-C1 Kick Drum 1
Room Kick Drum
Power Kick Drum
Elec Kick Drum
Synth Kick Drum
37-C#1 Side Stick
Side Stick
Side Stick
Side Stick
Synth Side Stick
38-D1 Snare Drum 2
Snare Drum 2
Power Snare Drum
Elec Snare Drum Synth Snare Drum
39-Eb1 Hand Clap
Hand Clap
Hand Clap
Hand Clap
Hand Clap
40-E1 Snare Drum 1
Snare Drum 1
Snare Drum 1
Power Snare Drum 1 Snare Drum 1
41-F1 Low Floor Tom 2 Room Low Floor Tom 2 Room Low Floor Tom 2 Elec Low Floor Tom 2 Synth Low Floor Tom 2
42-F#1 Close Hi-Hat
Close Hi-Hat
Close Hi-Hat
Close Hi-Hat
Synth Close Hi-Hat
43-G1 Low Floor Tom 1 Room Low Floor Tom 1 Room Low Floor Tom 1 Elec Low Floor Tom 1 Synth Low Floor Tom 1
44-G#1 Pedal Hi-Hat
Pedal Hi-Hat
Pedal Hi-Hat
Pedal Hi-Hat
Synth Pedal Hi-Hat
45-A1 Low Tom
Room Low Tom
Room Low Tom
Elec Low Tom
Synth Low Tom
46-Bb1 Open Hi-Hat
Open Hi-Hat
Open Hi-Hat
Open Hi-Hat
Synth Open Hi-Hat
47-B1 Low-mid Tom
Room Low-mid Tom
Room Low-mid Tom
Elec Low-mid Tom
Synth Low-mid Tom
48-C2 Hi-mid tom
Room Hi-mid tom
Room Hi-mid tom
Elec Hi-mid tom
Synth Hi-mid tom
49-C#2 Crash Cymbal 1
Crash Cymbal 1
Crash Cymbal 1
Crash Cymbal 1
Synth Crash Cymbal 1
50-D2 High Tom
Room High Tom
Room High Tom
Elec High Tom
Synth High Tom
51-Eb2 Ride Cymbal 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Ride Cymbal 1
52-E2 Chinese Cymbal Chinese Cymbal
Chinese Cymbal
Reverse Cymbal
Chinese Cymbal
53-F2 Ride Bell
Ride Bell
Ride Bell
Ride Bell
Ride Bell
54-F#2
Tambourine
TambourineTambourineTambourineTambourine
55-G2 Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
56-G#2
Cowbell
CowbellCowbellCowbellSynth Cowbell
57-A2 Crash Cymbal 2
Crash Cymbal 2
Crash Cymbal 2
Crash Cymbal 2
Crash Cymbal 2
58-Bb2 Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
59-B2 Ride Cymbal 2
Ride Cymbal 2
Ride Cymbal 2
Ride Cymbal 2
Ride Cymbal 2
60-C3 Hi Bingo
Hi Bingo
Hi Bingo
Hi Bingo
Hi Bingo
61-C#3 Low Bongo
Low Bongo
Low Bongo
Low Bongo
Low Bongo
62-D3 Mute Conga
Mute Conga
Mute Conga
Mute Conga
Synth Mute Conga
63-Eb3 Hi Congo
Hi Congo
Hi Congo
Hi Congo
Synth Hi Congo
64-E3 Low Conga
Low Conga
Low Conga
Low Conga
Synth Low Conga
65-F3 High Timbale
High Timbale
High Timbale
High Timbale
High Timbale
66-F#3 Low Timbale
Low Timbale
Low Timbale
Low Timbale
Low Timbale
67-G3 High Agogo
High Agogo
High Agogo
High Agogo
High Agogo
68-G#3 Low Agogo
Low Agogo
Low Agogo
Low Agogo
Low Agogo
69-A3
Cabasa
CabasaCabasaCabasaCabasa
70-Bb3
Maracas
MaracasMaracasMaracasSynth Maracas
71-B3 Short Whistle
Short Whistle
Short Whistle
Short Whistle
Short Whistle
72-C4 Long Whistle
Long Whistle
Long Whistle
Long Whistle
Long Whistle
73-C#4 Short Guiro
Short Guiro
Short Guiro
Short Guiro
Short Guiro
74-D4 Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
75-Eb4
Claves
ClavesClavesClavesSynth Claves
76-E4 Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
77-F4 Low Wood Block Low Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Low Wood Block
78-F#4 Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
79-G4 Open Cuica
Open Cuica
Open Cuica
Open Cuica
Open Cuica
80-G#4 Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
81-A4 Open Triangle
Open Triangle
Open Triangle
Open Triangle
Open Triangle
82-Bb4
Cabasa
CabasaCabasaCabasaCabasa
83-B4
Shaker
ShakerShakerShakerShaker
84-C5
Belltree
BelltreeBelltreeBelltreeBelltree
85-C#5
Castanets
CastanetsCastanetsCastanetsCastanets
86-D5 Mute Surdo
Mute Surdo
Mute Surdo
Mute Surdo
Mute Surdo
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87-Eb5 Open Surdo
Open Surdo
Open Surdo
Open Surdo
Open Surdo
DRUM KIT LIST 2
No-Key Jazz (32) P-6
Brush (40) P-7
Orchestra (48) P-8
Chinese (58) P-9
Effects (56) P-10
27-Eb0 High Q
High Q
Close Hi-Hat
High Q
28-E0 Slap
Slap
Pedal Hi-Hat
Slap
28-F0 Scratch Push
Scratch Push
Open Hi-Hat
Scratch Push
30-F#0 Scratch Pull
Scratch Pull
Ride Cymbal
Scratch Pull
31-G0
Stick
StickStickStick
32-G#0 Square Click
Square Click
Square Click
Square Click
33-A0 Metronome Click Metronome Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Click
34-Bb0 Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
35-B0 Jazz Bass Drum 1 Jazz Bass Drum 1
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 2
36-C1 Jazz Bass Drum 2 Jazz Bass Drum 2
Orche Bass Drum 1
Kick Drum 1
37-C#1 Side Stick
Side Stick
Side Stick
Side Stick
38-D1 Snare Drum 2
Brush Tap
Orche Snare Drum 2 Snare Drum 2
39-Eb1 Hand Clap
Brush Slap
Castanets Hand Clap
High Q
40-E1 Snare Drum 1
Brush Swirl
Orche Snare Drum 1 Snare Drum 1
Slap
41-F1 Low Floor Tom 2 Low Floor Tom 2
Timpani F
Low Floor Tom 2
Scratch Push
42-F#1 Close Hi-Hat
Close Hi-Hat
Timpani F#
Close Hi-Hat
Scratch Pull
43-G1 Low Floor Tom 1 Low Floor Tom 1
Timpani G
Low Floor Tom 1
Stick
44-G#1 Pedal Hi-Hat
Pedal Hi-Hat
Timpani G#
Pedal Hi-Hat
Square Click
45-A1 Low Tom
Low Tom
Timpani A
Low Tom
Metronome Click
46-Bb1 Open Hi-Hat
Open Hi-Hat
Timpani A#
Open Hi-Hat
Metronome Bell
47-B1 Low-mid Tom
Low-mid Tom
Timpani B
Low-mid Tom
Guitar Slide
48-C2 Hi-mid tom
Hi-mid tom
Timpani C
Hi-mid tom
Gtr Cut Noise 1 down
49-C#2 Crash Cymbal 1
Crash Cymbal 1
Timpani C#
Crash Cymbal 1
Gtr Cut Noise 2 up
50-D2 High Tom
High Tom
Timpani D
High Tom
Bass Slap
51-Eb2 Ride Cymbal 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Timpani D#
Ride Cymbal 1
Key Click
52-E2 Chinese Cymbal Chinese Cymbal
Timpani E
Chinese Cymbal
Laughing
53-F2 Ride Bell
Ride Bell
Timpani F
Ride Bell
Screaming
54-F#2
Tambourine
TambourineTambourineTambourinePunch
55-G2 Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
Heart Beat
56-G#2
Cowbell
CowbellCowbellCowbellFootstep 1
57-A2 Crash Cymbal 2
Crash Cymbal 2
Orche Crash Cymbal 2 Crash Cymbal 2
Footstep 2
58-Bb2 Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
Applause
59-B2 Ride Cymbal 2
Ride Cymbal 2
Orche Cymbal Ride Cymbal 2
Door Creaking
60-C3 Hi Bingo
Hi Bingo
Hi Bingo
Hi Bingo
Door Closing
61-C#3 Low Bongo
Low Bongo
Low Bongo
Low Bongo
Scratch
62-D3 Mute Conga
Mute Conga
Mute Conga
Mute Conga
Wind Chime
63-Eb3 Hi Congo
Hi Congo
Hi Congo
Hi Congo
Car Engine Start
64-E3 Low Conga
Low Conga
Low Conga
Low Conga
Car Break
65-F3 High Timbale
High Timbale
High Timbale
High Timbale
Car Pass
66-F#3 Low Timbale
Low Timbale
Low Timbale
Low Timbale
Car Crash
67-G3 High Agogo
High Agogo
High Agogo
High Agogo
Siren
68-G#3 Low Agogo
Low Agogo
Low Agogo
Low Agogo
Train
69-A3
Cabasa
CabasaCabasaCabasaJet Take-off
70-Bb3
Maracas
MaracasMaracasMaracasHelicopter
71-B3 Short Whistle
Short Whistle
Short Whistle
Short Whistle
Starship
72-C4 Long Whistle
Long Whistle
Long Whistle
Long Whistle
Gun Shot
73-C#4 Short Guiro
Short Guiro
Short Guiro
Short Guiro
Machine Gun
74-D4 Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Laser Gun
75-Eb4
Claves
ClavesClavesClavesExplosion
76-E4 Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
Dog
77-F4 Low Wood Block Low Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Horse Gallop
78-F#4 Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
Birds
79-G4 Open Cuica
Open Cuica
Open Cuica
Open Cuica
Rain
80-G#4 Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
Thunder
81-A4 Open Triangle
Open Triangle
Open Triangle
Open Triangle
Wind Chime
82-Bb4
Cabasa
CabasaCabasaChi
Sea Shore
83-B4
Shaker
ShakerShakerDa
Stream
84-C5
Belltree
BelltreeBelltreeGong Bubble
85-C#5 Castanets
Castanets
Castanets
Xiao cha 1
86-D5 Mute Surdo
Mute Surdo
Mute Surdo
Dagu
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87-Eb5 Open Surdo
Open Surdo
Open Surdo
Xiao cha mute 1
SPECIFICATIONS
DRUM KIT LIST 3
SPECIFICATIONS
KIT 9 COMPLEMENT
NO
88-E5
89-F5
90-F#5
91-G5
92-G#5
93-A5
94-Bb5
95-B5
96-C6
KEYBOARD
KEY SOUND
Hey
Pai gu Low
Xiao cha 2
Pai gu Mid
Xiao cha mute 2
Pai gu Hi
Jing Luo mute
Jing Luo
Xiso Luo
88-note, hammer-actioned keyboard
MAX. POLYPHONY
64 Note Polyphony
VOICES
128 GM (General MIDI Voices)
Plus 10 Asian Folk Instruments
VOICE MODE
Layer (dual) voice,
Lower (split) voice
VOICE EFFECTS:
Reverb
Chorus
PLAY ALONG SONGS: 50 Songs
FUNCTION
Reverb level
Chorus level
Touch Sensitivity
Split point for voice
Split point for auto accompaniment,
Master Tune
Drum kit selection
Harmony type selection
AUXILIARY JACKS
NUMERIC PAD: 12 keys
DISPLAY: 16-Character LCD
PEDALS
Power On/Off
Main Volume Control Min-Max
Accomp Volume Control Min-Max
The keys for A1 to D0 sound as Low Timpani, except for in Kit 10, the effects kit.
Synchronized start
Start/Stop
Introduction/Ending
Fill-In
Variation
Metronome
Auto harmony (four types)
Headphone x 2
Line Out
Line In
USB Device Port
Power In
MIDI In/Out/Through
SET-UP
♫Please note, for the drum kit lists 1 & 2, the NO refers to the MIDI number, and Key refers to the key on the
keyboard.
ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL
REGISTRATION MEMORY: 9
DEMONSTRATION: Ten Songs
RECORDING:
Sustain Pedal
Sostenuto Pedal
Soft Pedal
VOLTAGE: AC 120V
The keys from E5 to C7 sound the same as the D#0 to B1 keys, except for Kit 9, the Chinese kit.
Four songs,
3-track recording
AMPLIFIER: 20W x 2
A list of the sounds of E5 to C6 for Kit 9, the Chinese kit are listed below.
OVERALL CONTROL
54.25 x 20 x 33.3 inches
(1378mmx510mm x846mm)
Transpose
Tempo
Touch response: soft, normal hard, fixed, Voice split
point
Accompaniment split point
AUTO BASS CHORD MODE
Single
Fingered
Piano
Manual Bass Chord (Off)
DIMENSIONS
WEIGHT: 154.3 lbs (70 Kg)
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Music rest
Owners manual
Play Along Song Book
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Padded Bench
AUTO-ACCOMPANIMENT STYLE
100 Auto-accompaniment styles
Five quick select style buttons, 2 banks
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
WARRANTY
This product, except the exterior cosmetic parts, is warranted to the original purchaser
to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use as follows:
1. For a period of one year from the date of purchase, Virgin Musical Instrument
Company (parent company of Artesia pianos) will pay the labor charges to repair
the defective product. After this one year period, you must pay all labor charges.
2. In addition, Virgin Musical Instrument Company will supply, at no charge, new
or rebuilt replacements for defective parts for a period of one year from the date
of purchase.
In the event repairs are needed, the original purchaser should contact Virgin
Musical Instruments (parent company of Artesia Pianos) at 888-998-9848. Virgin
Musical Instrument Company will then repair the product or return it to the VMI distribution center for repairs. Upon completion of the repair, the unit will be returned to the
music store freight prepaid.
This warranty will not apply to this product if it has been misused, abused, or altered.
Without limiting the foregoing, bending, dropping of unit, or visible cracks and/or
scratches are presumed to be defects resulting from misuse or abuse.
This warranty is void if the product has been opened.
Neither this warranty nor any other warranty expressed or implied, including implied
warranties of merchantable, shall extend beyond the warranty period.
No responsibility is assumed for any incidental or consequential damages.
All other Countries Contact: Original rettailer where product was purchased for additional warranty details.
Artesia
Virgin Musical Instrument Company INC
P O Box 2908
La Mesa, CA 91943
PH: 619 244-0006
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