Yamaha Tyros2 Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
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SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION
PRODUCT SAFETY MARKINGS: Yamaha electronic
products may have either labels similar to the graphics
shown below or molded/stamped facsimiles of these graphics on the enclosure. The explanation of these graphics
appears on this page. Please observe all cautions indicated
on this page and those indicated in the safety instruction section.
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.
See bottom of Keyboard enclosure for graphic symbol markings.
The exclamation point within the equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within the 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 electrical shock.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: All Yamaha electronic products
are tested and approved by an independent safety testing
laboratory in order that you may be sure that when it is properly installed and used in its normal and customary manner,
all foreseeable risks have been eliminated. DO NOT modify
this unit or commission others to do so unless specifically
authorized by Yamaha. Product performance and/or safety
standards may be diminished. Claims filed under the
expressed warranty may be denied if the unit is/has been
modified. Implied warranties may also be affected.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE: The
information contained in this manual is believed to be correct at the time of printing. However, Yamaha reserves the
right to change or modify any of the specifications without
notice or obligation to update existing units.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: Yamaha strives to produce
products that are both user safe and environmentally
friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the production methods used to produce them, meet these goals. In
keeping with both the letter and the spirit of the law, we
want you to be aware of the following:
Battery Notice: This product MAY contain a small nonrechargable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in
place. The average life span of this type of battery is approximately five years. When replacement becomes necessary,
contact a qualified service representative to perform the
replacement.
Warning: Do not attempt to recharge, disassemble, or incinerate this type of battery. Keep all batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by
applicable laws. Note: In some areas, the servicer is required
by law to return the defective parts. However, you do have
the option of having the servicer dispose of these parts for
you.
Disposal Notice: Should this product become damaged
beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is considered to be at an end, please observe all local, state, and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of products that
contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc.
NOTICE: Service charges incurred due to lack of knowledge relating to how a function or effect works (when the
unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, and are therefore the owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your
dealer before requesting service.
NAME PLATE LOCATION: The graphic below indicates
the location of the name plate. The model number, serial
number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate.
You should record the model number, serial number, and the
date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this
manual as a permanent record of your purchase.
Model
Serial No.
Purchase Date
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INFORMATION RELATING TO PERSONAL INJURY, ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
AND FIRE HAZARD POSSIBILITIES HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN THIS LIST.
WARNING- When using any electrical or electronic product,
basic precautions should always be followed. These precautions
include, but are not limited to, the following:
8.
This product was NOT designed for use in wet/damp locations and should not be used near water or exposed to rain. Examples of wet/damp locations are; near a swimming pool, spa, tub,
sink, or wet basement.
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9.
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10.
Read all Safety Instructions, Installation Instructions, Special Message Section items, and any Assembly Instructions found
in this manual BEFORE making any connections, including connection to the main supply.
Main Power Supply Verification: Yamaha products are
manufactured specifically for the supply voltage in the area where
they are to be sold. If you should move, or if any doubt exists about
the supply voltage in your area, please contact your dealer for supply voltage verification and (if applicable) instructions. The
required supply voltage is printed on the name plate. For name
plate location, please refer to the graphic found in the Special Message Section of this manual.
3.
This product may be equipped with a polarized plug (one
blade wider than the other). If you are unable to insert the plug into
the outlet, turn the plug over and try again. If the problem persists,
contact an electrician to have the obsolete outlet replaced. Do NOT
defeat the safety purpose of the plug.
4.
Some electronic products utilize external power supplies or
adapters. Do NOT connect this type of product to any power supply or adapter other than one described in the owners manual, on
the name plate, or specifically recommended by Yamaha.
5.
WARNING: Do not place this product or any other objects
on the power cord or place it in a position where anyone could
walk on, trip over, or roll anything over power or connecting cords
of any kind. The use of an extension cord is not recommended! If
you must use an extension cord, the minimum wire size for a 25’
cord (or less) is 18 AWG. NOTE: The smaller the AWG number,
the larger the current handling capacity. For longer extension
cords, consult a local electrician.
6.
Ventilation: Electronic products, unless specifically
designed for enclosed installations, should be placed in locations
that do not interfere with proper ventilation. If instructions for
enclosed installations are not provided, it must be assumed that
unobstructed ventilation is required.
7.
This product should be used only with the components
supplied or; a cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer. If a cart, rack, or stand is used, please observe all safety
markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product.
The power supply cord (plug) should be disconnected from
the outlet when electronic products are to be left unused for
extended periods of time. Cords should also be disconnected when
there is a high probability of lightning and/or electrical storm activity.
11.
Care should be taken that objects do not fall and liquids are
not spilled into the enclosure through any openings that may exist.
12.
Electrical/electronic products should be serviced by a qualified service person when:
a. The power supply cord has been damaged; or
b. Objects have fallen, been inserted, or liquids have been
spilled into the enclosure through openings; or
c. The product has been exposed to rain: or
d. The product dose not operate, exhibits a marked change
in performance; or
e. The product has been dropped, or the enclosure of the
product has been damaged.
13.
Do not attempt to service this product beyond that
described in the user-maintenance instructions. All other servicing
should be referred to qualified service personnel.
14.
This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing
sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT
operate for a long period of time at a high volume level or at a level
that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing
in the ears, you should consult an audiologist.
IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period
before damage occurs.
15.
Temperature considerations: Electronic products should be
installed in locations that do not significantly contribute to their
operating temperature. Placement of this product close to heat
sources such as; radiators, heat registers and other devices that produce heat should be avoided.
Some Yamaha products may have benches and/or accessory mounting fixtures that are either supplied as a part of the product or as optional accessories. Some of these items are designed to
be dealer assembled or installed. Please make sure that benches are
stable and any optional fixtures (where applicable) are well secured
BEFORE using. Benches supplied by Yamaha are designed for
seating only. No other uses are recommended.
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL
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PRECAUTIONS
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
* Please keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
WARNING
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury or even death from electrical
shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other hazards. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Power supply/Power cord
Water warning
• Only use the voltage specified as correct for the instrument. The required
voltage is printed on the name plate of the instrument.
• Check the electric plug periodically and remove any dirt or dust which may have
accumulated on it.
• Do not expose the instrument to rain, use it near water or in damp or wet
conditions, or place containers on it containing liquids which might spill into
any openings.
• Never insert or remove an electric plug with wet hands.
• Use only the supplied power cord/plug.
• Do not place the power cord near heat sources such as heaters or radiators, and
do not excessively bend or otherwise damage the cord, place heavy objects on
it, or place it in a position where anyone could walk on, trip over, or roll anything
over it.
Fire warning
• Do not put burning items, such as candles, on the unit.
A burning item may fall over and cause a fire.
If you notice any abnormality
Do not open
• If the power cord or plug becomes frayed or damaged, or if there is a sudden
loss of sound during use of the instrument, or if any unusual smells or smoke
should appear to be caused by it, immediately turn off the power switch,
disconnect the electric plug from the outlet, and have the instrument inspected
by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
• This instrument contains no user-serviceable parts. Do not attempt to
disassemble or modify the internal components in any way.
CAUTION
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical injury to you or others, or damage
to the instrument or other property. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Power supply/Power cord
• When removing the electric plug from the instrument or an outlet, always hold
the plug itself and not the cord. Pulling by the cord can damage it.
• Do not use the instrument in the vicinity of a TV, radio, stereo equipment,
mobile phone, or other electric devices. Otherwise, the instrument, TV, or radio
may generate noise.
• Remove the electric plug from the outlet when the instrument is not to be used
for extended periods of time, or during electrical storms.
• Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally
fall over.
• Do not connect the instrument to an electrical outlet using a multiple-connector.
Doing so can result in lower sound quality, or possibly cause overheating in the
outlet.
• Before moving the instrument, remove all connected cables.
Location
• Do not expose the instrument to excessive dust or vibrations, or extreme cold or
heat (such as in direct sunlight, near a heater, or in a car during the day) to
prevent the possibility of panel disfiguration or damage to the internal
components.
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• When setting up the instrument, make sure that the AC outlet you are using is
easily accessible. If some trouble or malfunction occurs, immediately turn off
the power switch and disconnect the plug from the outlet.
• Use only the stand specified for the instrument. When attaching the stand or
rack, use the provided screws only. Failure to do so could cause damage to the
internal components or result in the instrument falling over.
• Do not place objects in front of the instrument’s air vent, since this may prevent
adequate ventilation of the internal components, and possibly result in the
instrument overheating.
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Connections
Saving data
• Before connecting the instrument to other electronic components, turn off the
power for all components. Before turning the power on or off for all
components, set all volume levels to minimum. Also, be sure to set the volumes
of all components at their minimum levels and gradually raise the volume
controls while playing the instrument to set the desired listening level.
Saving and backing up your data
The data of the types listed below are lost when you turn off the power to the
instrument. Save the data to the User drive (page 67) or appropriate external media.
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Maintenance
• When cleaning the instrument, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use paint thinners,
solvents, cleaning fluids, or chemical-impregnated wiping cloths.
Recorded/Edited Songs (pages 55, 59, 121, 135)
Created/Edited Styles (page 159)
Created/Edited Voices (pages 91, 94)
Created Multi Pads (page 169)
Memorized One Touch Settings (page 155)
Edited MIDI settings (page 214)
Data in the User drive (page 71) may be lost due to malfunction or incorrect
operation. Save important data to an external media.
Handling caution
• Do not insert a finger or hand in any gaps on the instrument.
• Never insert or drop paper, metallic, or other objects into the gaps on the panel
or keyboard. If this happens, turn off the power immediately and unplug the
power cord from the AC outlet. Then have the instrument inspected by qualified
Yamaha service personnel.
Backing up the USB storage device/external media
• To protect against data loss through media damage, we recommend that you
save your important data onto two USB storage devices/external media.
• Do not place vinyl, plastic or rubber objects on the instrument, since this might
discolor the panel or keyboard.
• Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the instrument, and do not
use excessive force on the buttons, switches or connectors.
When you change settings in a display page and then exit from that page,
System Setup data (listed in the Parameter Chart of the separate Data List
booklet) is automatically stored. However, this edited data is lost if you turn
off the power without properly exiting from the relevant display.
• Do not operate the instrument for a long period of time at a high or
uncomfortable volume level, since this can cause permanent hearing loss. If you
experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
Caution for data operations
Make sure NEVER to turn the Tyros2’s power off during any kind of data operation involving the USER/USB/HD drives—such as saving, deleting, or copying/pasting—
until the operation is completely finished. (Make sure to wait until the alert message shown below disappears.) Turning the power off during the operation results in the
loss of the data being saved or pasted to the respective drive.
Keeping the power on during such operations is particularly important in regard to the USER drive.
Turning off the power while performing a save/delete/paste operation with the USER drive may result
in loss of ALL data on the USER drive (upon the next power on)—and not just the data in question. In
other words, if you are performing a save/delete/paste operation on only the song data of the USER
drive and you turn off the power before the operation is completed, you risk losing ALL your USER
drive data—including all voices, styles, Multi Pad banks and Registration Memory presets you’ve
saved to the USER drive.
This caution also applies to creating a new folder on the USER drive or using the factory reset operation (page 196).
Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or
destroyed.
Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use.
● Copyright Notice
The following is the title, credits, and copyright notices for the song pre-installed in this instrument.
Beauty And The Beast
from Walt Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
© 1991 Walt Disney Music Company and Wonderland Music
Company, Inc.
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission
Can’t Help Falling In Love
from the Paramount Picture BLUE HAWAII
Words and Music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti and
Luigi Creatore
Copyright © 1961 by Gladys Music, Inc.
Copyright Renewed and Assigned to Gladys Music
All Rights Administered by Cherry Lane Music Publishing
Company, Inc. and Chrysalis Music
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
A variety of helpful and useful information concerning the Tyros2 is available at the following website:
http://music.yamaha.com/tyros2
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Congratulations!
You are the proud owner of an extraordinary electronic keyboard.
The Yamaha Tyros2 combines the most advanced tone generation technology
with state-of-the-art digital electronics and features
to give you stunning sound quality with maximum musical versatility.
In order to make the most of your Tyros2’s features and vast performance potential,
we urge you to read the manual thoroughly while trying out the various features described.
Keep the manual in a safe place for later reference.
Packing List
● Tyros2
● AC power cord x 1
● Music rest and brackets
● CD-ROM
● Owner’s Manual (this book), Data List, Installation Guide
● Screws for installing the optional hard disk drive
■ About the included CD-ROM
The accompanying CD-ROM features special software for use with the Tyros2. Included is a Voice Editor, which gives
you comprehensive and intuitive editing tools for the Tyros2. For details, see the separate Installation Guide or the online
manuals included with the software.
CAUTION
• Never attempt to play back the CD-ROM on an audio CD player. Doing so may result in damage
to your hearing as well as to your CD player/audio speakers.
• The photos of the harpsichord, bandoneon, hackbrett, music box, dulcimer and cimbalom, shown in the displays of the Tyros2, are courtesy
of the Gakkigaku Shiryokan (Collection for Organolgy), Kunitachi College of Music.
• The following instruments, shown in the displays of the Tyros2, are on display at the Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments:
balafon, gender, kalimba, kanoon, santur, gamelan gong, harp, hand bell, bagpipe, banjo, carillon, mandolin, oud, pan flute, pungi, rabab.
shanai, sitar, steel drum, tambra.
• This product is manufactured under license of U.S. Patents No.5231671, No.5301259, No.5428708, and No.5567901 from IVL Technologies Ltd.
• The bitmap fonts used in this instrument have been provided by and are the property of Ricoh Co., Ltd.
• This product utilizes NF, an embedded Internet browser from ACCESS Co., Ltd. NF is used with the patented LZW, licensed
from Unisys Co., Ltd. NF may not be separated from this product, nor may it be sold, lent or transferred in any way. Also,
NF may not be reverse-engineered, reverse-compiled, reverse-assembled or copied.
This software includes a module developed by the Independent JPEG Group.
• Windows is the registered trademarks of Microsoft® Corporation.
• Apple and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
• The company names and product names in this Owner’s Manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
The illustrations and LCD screens as shown in this owner’s manual are for instructional purposes only, and may appear somewhat different
from those on your instrument.
Note that all display examples shown in this manual are in English.
This product incorporates and bundles computer programs and contents in which Yamaha owns copyrights or with respect to which it has
license to use others’ copyrights. Such copyrighted materials include, without limitation, all computer software, style files, MIDI files, WAVE
data, musical scores and sound recordings. Any unauthorized use of such programs and contents outside of personal use is not permitted
under relevant laws. Any violation of copyright has legal consequences. DON’T MAKE, DISTRIBUTE OR USE ILLEGAL COPIES.
This device is capable of using various types/formats of music data by optimizing them to the proper format music data for use with the device
in advance. As a result, this device may not play them back precisely as their producers or composers originally intended.
While certain reproduction and use of copyrighted music and other sound products are permitted under applicable laws, such reproduction
and use without license may constitute copyright infringement and other violation of laws. Since violation of such laws can have serious
consequences, you may wish to consult a legal expert about your planned use of this product.
Copying or playing back of commercially available music and other sound products is strictly prohibited except for your personal use.
This product can be used to import/record analog audio signals through the MIC/LINE INPUT, and can also record your keyboard performance
and playback of MIDI song data into digital audio signals of WAV format. If you use any copyrighted material in your recording—even if you
add your own performance—the copying or public playback of that material, other than for your own personal use, is strictly prohibited.
Copying of the commercially available musical data including but not limited to MIDI data and/or audio data is strictly prohibited except for your
personal use.
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How to use the manual
Starting Up........................................................................................... page 18
Before going on to any other part of the manual, we strongly suggest you read this
section first. It shows you how to get started playing and using your new Tyros2.
Quick Guide ..................................................................................... page 22
Unless you enjoy reading manuals, you’re probably eager to start playing your new
Tyros2 right now. If so, read this section.
Contents.................................................................................................. page 8
Application Index ....................................................................... page 10
This special index is organized by functions and applications—not by single words—
allowing you to quickly and easily find how to perform a particular operation or
explore a topic of interest.
Panel Controls and Terminals .................................................... page 14
Use this section to find out about all of the buttons and controls of the Tyros2.
Basic Operations .............................................................................. page 68
Here, we’ll show you the basic structure in handling and organizing the data of the
Tyros2 in files and the basic operations using the LCD display.
Function Tree ...................................................................................... page 81
This lists all functions of the Tyros2 according to their hierarchical structure, letting
you easily see the relationship of the various functions and quickly locate desired
information.
Reference ............................................................................................. page 84
Once you’re familiar with everything above, lightly go over this comprehensive guide
to all functions. You won’t need (or want) to read everything at once, but it is there for
you to refer to when you need information about a certain feature or function.
Troubleshooting .............................................................................. page 225
If the Tyros2 does not function as expected or you have some problem with the sound
or operation, refer to this section before calling your Yamaha dealer or service center.
Most common problems and their solutions are covered here in a very simple and
easy-to-understand way.
Glossary .............................................................................................. page 227
Important words and technical terms not fully explained in the manual are covered
here.
Data List (separate)
This contains various important lists such as the Direct Access Chart, Chord Fingering
Chart for Style plyback, Voice List, Style List, Effect Type List, MIDI Data Format,
MIDI Implementation Chart.
Installation Guide (separate)
Included with the Tyros2 are some software programs (on the CD-ROM) that let you
use your computer with the Tyros2 for creating voices. Refer to this guide for instructions on installing the included software.
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Contents
Congratulations!................................................................... 6
Packing List .......................................................................... 6
How to use the manual ........................................................ 7
Contents ................................................................................ 8
Application Index................................................................ 10
Panel Controls and Terminals........................................... 14
Top Panel & Connections ............................................... 14
Rear Panel & Connections ............................................. 16
Starting Up
18
Power Supply...................................................................... 18
Optional Speakers .............................................................. 18
Music Rest .......................................................................... 19
Turning the Power On/Off.................................................. 20
Raising and Closing the Display Panel ............................ 21
Quick Guide
22
Turning the Power On and Playing the Demos .......... 22
Turning the Power On and Viewing the Main
Display ................................................................. 22
Changing the Language ............................................ 23
Playing the Demos .................................................... 24
Playing Voices............................................................... 25
Selecting a Voice (RIGHT 1) and playing the
keyboard .............................................................. 25
Playing Two or Three Voices Simultaneously ........... 26
Playing Different Voices with the Left and Right
Hands .................................................................. 27
Adjusting the Octave Setting ..................................... 27
Organ Flutes.............................................................. 28
Collecting your favorite voices to the User drive or
external devices................................................... 29
Selecting and Playing a Style
—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP) ............................... 31
Playing a melody with your right hand and playing
chords with your left hand.................................... 31
Pattern Variation (Sections) ...................................... 34
One Touch Setting .................................................... 36
Adjusting the Volume Balance between the Style
and the Keyboard ................................................ 36
Turning Style Parts On/Off and Changing Voices ..... 37
The Multi Pads............................................................... 38
Playing the Multi Pads............................................... 38
Using Chord Match.................................................... 38
Voice Effects ................................................................. 39
Applying Harmony to Your Right-hand Melody ......... 39
Calling Up Ideal Setups for Your Music
—Music Finder ............................................................ 40
Selecting the desired music genre from the Record
List ....................................................................... 40
Searching the Ideal Setups by Keyword ................... 41
Creating a Set of Favorite Records ........................... 42
Song Playback .............................................................. 43
Playback of Songs in the USB Storage Device......... 43
Using Song Position Markers .................................... 44
Adjusting the Volume Balance between the Song
and the Keyboard ................................................ 46
Turning Song Parts On/Off........................................ 46
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Singing with a Connected Microphone.......................47
Connecting a microphone..........................................47
Singing Along with Lyrics...........................................47
Applying harmony to your voice ................................48
Keyboard and Vocal Practice using the Guide
function........................................................................49
Selecting a Guide menu ............................................49
Keyboard Practice using “Follow Lights” ...................50
Vocal Practice using “Vocal Cue Time” .....................51
Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups
—Registration Memory...............................................52
Saving your Panel Setups to a Registration
Memory ................................................................52
Saving your Registration Memory to the User drive ..53
Recalling a Registration Memory Setup ....................54
Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs
—Song Recording.......................................................55
Quick Recording ........................................................55
Multi Recording..........................................................57
Recording Audio to the Tyros2
—Hard Disk Recorder.................................................59
Recording the Sound of the Tyros2...........................59
Recording your singing and playing together ............62
Connecting to a USB Storage Device .........................64
Using USB Storage Devices......................................65
Connecting to a Computer ...........................................66
Initial Setup................................................................67
Accessing a hard disk drive via the USB Storage
Mode ....................................................................67
Basic Operations
—Organizing Your Data
68
Display-based Controls ..................................................... 68
Display Messages........................................................... 69
Direct Access—Instant Selection of Displays ................. 70
Basic Structure of File/Folder and Memory Drives ......... 70
Folder/File Operations using the Open/Save Display ..... 72
Creating a New Folder .................................................... 73
Selecting (Opening) a Folder/File ................................... 73
Copying Folders/Files (Copy & Paste)............................ 74
Moving Files (Cut & Paste) ............................................. 74
Deleting Folders/Files ..................................................... 75
Saving Files .................................................................... 75
Naming Folders/Files ...................................................... 76
Changing the Open/Save Display View .......................... 77
About the Highlight Cursor in the Display ....................... 79
About the Panel Button Colors ......................................... 79
About the Keyboard ........................................................... 80
Keyboard Sections and Their Functions ......................... 80
Synchro Start On/Off....................................................... 80
Function Tree...................................................................... 81
Reference
84
Voices .................................................................................. 84
Voices and Keyboard Parts ............................................ 84
Voice Types .................................................................... 85
Voice Effects ................................................................... 87
Changing Pitch on the Tyros2......................................... 88
Contents
Organ Flutes (Footage Settings)....................................... 89
Parameters ..................................................................... 89
Voice Editing (Voice Set) ................................................... 91
Parameters ..................................................................... 91
Voice Creator—Custom Voice Edit................................... 94
Creating a Voice—Basic Procedure ............................... 94
Editing a Custom Voice on the Tyros2—Voice Set ...... 101
Editing a Custom Voice Bank
—Custom Voice Bank Edit...................................... 102
Loading a single Custom Voice to the Tyros2
—Individual Load .................................................... 104
Loading a Custom Voice Library to the Tyros2
—Library Load......................................................... 106
Saving your Custom Voices to a Library
—Library Save ........................................................ 108
Editing a Custom Voice on your computer
—Voice Editor ......................................................... 111
Song Playback .................................................................. 112
Displaying Music Notation ............................................ 112
Displaying Lyrics........................................................... 114
Displaying Text ............................................................. 115
Displaying the Lyrics/Text on an external monitor ........ 116
Song Position................................................................ 117
Song Playback Related Parameters............................. 118
Playing Backing Parts with the performance assistant
Technology.............................................................. 120
Song Creator (Digital Recording).................................... 121
Record Mode Settings (Setting up for Re-recording).... 122
Editing Data for each Channel...................................... 123
Step Recording for Chord data using the Event List..... 125
Step Recording for Notes using the Event List ............. 127
Step Recording for System Exclusive Messages
using the Event List................................................. 133
Step Recording for Lyrics using the Event List ............. 133
Recording Audio with the Hard Disk Recorder ............. 135
Hard Disk File/Folder Operations
—Open/Save Display.............................................. 135
Importing an Audio File................................................. 137
Exporting an Audio File................................................. 139
Re-recording ................................................................. 141
Setting the Start/End points of the audio ...................... 146
Playlist mode ................................................................ 147
Creating a Playlist......................................................... 147
Playing a Playlist........................................................... 149
Playlist Controls ............................................................ 151
Style Playback (Auto Accompaniment).......................... 152
Style Characteristics ..................................................... 152
Chord Fingerings .......................................................... 152
Fade In/Out................................................................... 154
Tempo........................................................................... 154
Synchro Start and Synchro Stop .................................. 155
Programmable One Touch Setting (OTS) .................... 155
Instant Style Selection .................................................. 156
Style Playback Related Settings................................... 157
Style Settings................................................................ 157
Split Point...................................................................... 158
Style Creator (Digital Recording) .................................... 159
Basic Settings and Realtime Recording for each part
(channel) ................................................................. 161
Step Recording for Notes using the Event List ............. 162
Assembling a Style from Existing Pattern Data ............ 163
Groove and Dynamics .................................................. 163
Editing Data for each Channel...................................... 165
Making Style File Format Settings ................................ 165
Custom Style Recording via an External Sequence
Recorder ..................................................................167
The Multi Pads...................................................................169
Multi Pad Editing using the Open/Save display.............169
Multi Pad Creating/Editing (Digital Recording) ..............169
Music Finder ......................................................................171
Music Finder Record Editing .........................................171
Saving Music Finder Records as a single file................171
Registration Memory ........................................................173
Freeze ...........................................................................173
Registration Sequence ..................................................173
Using a Microphone..........................................................175
Vocal Harmony Edit.......................................................175
Talk Setting ...................................................................177
Microphone Overall Settings .........................................177
Mixing Console .................................................................179
Part Settings..................................................................180
Song Auto Revoice........................................................181
Effects ...........................................................................181
Equalizer (EQ)...............................................................184
Master Compressor.......................................................185
Line Out Settings...........................................................185
Making Global and Other Important Settings
—Function....................................................................187
Tuning ...........................................................................187
Voice Set .......................................................................188
Screen Out Settings ......................................................188
Controller.......................................................................189
Harmony/Echo...............................................................191
Other Settings (Utility) ...................................................193
Connecting the Tyros2 Directly to the Internet ..............197
Connecting the Instrument to the Internet .....................197
Accessing the Special Tyros2 Website .........................198
Operations in the Special Tyros2 Website ....................198
Purchasing and Downloading Data ...............................201
Saving Bookmarks of Your Favorite Pages...................202
Changing the Home Page .............................................204
About the Internet Settings Display ...............................205
Initializing Internet Settings ...........................................208
Glossary of Internet Terms............................................209
MIDI ....................................................................................210
MIDI System Settings....................................................215
MIDI Transmit Settings..................................................215
MIDI Receive Settings...................................................216
Setting the Chord Root for Style Playback via MIDI
receive .....................................................................217
Setting the Chord Type for Style Playback via MIDI
receive .....................................................................217
MFC10 Settings.............................................................217
Appendix
219
Installing the Optional Speakers .....................................219
Installing an Optional Hard Disk......................................221
Installing the Optional DIMMs..........................................223
Troubleshooting................................................................225
Glossary.............................................................................227
Specifications....................................................................229
Handling the floppy disk drive (FDD) and floppy
disks ...................................................................................231
Index...................................................................................232
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Application Index
Starting up before turning the power on
● Setting up the music rest ..................................................................................................................................Page 19
● Connecting headphones...................................................................................................................................Page 14
● Connecting optional speakers ........................................................................................................................Page 219
● Turning the power on/off ...........................................................................................................................Pages 20, 22
Listening to the Tyros2
● Playing the Demos............................................................................................................................................Page 24
● Playing songs
• Playing a song..............................................................................................................................................Page 43
• Turning parts (channels) of the song on/off..................................................................................................Page 46
• Adjusting the balance between the song and keyboard...............................................................................Page 46
● Playing styles
• Playing Preset styles ....................................................................................................................................Page 31
• Turning parts (channels) of the style on/off ..................................................................................................Page 37
• Adjusting the balance between the style and keyboard ...............................................................................Page 36
● Playing the Multi Pads ......................................................................................................................................Page 38
Playing the Keyboard
● Selecting a Voice (RIGHT 1) and playing the keyboard ....................................................................................Page 25
● Playing two or three voices simultaneously ......................................................................................................Page 26
● Playing different voices with the left and right hands ........................................................................................Page 27
● Understanding the four keyboard parts (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, and LEFT) .................................................................Page 80
● Playing the drum/percussion voices .................................................................................................................Page 85
● Playing the Super Articulation voices ...............................................................................................................Page 86
● Understanding Initial touch and Aftertouch.............................................................................................Pages 87, 191
● Setting the touch sensitivity of the keyboard ..................................................................................................Page 191
● Turning Initial Touch on or off for each keyboard part (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, LEFT).................................................Page 191
● Turning Aftertouch on or off for each keyboard part (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, LEFT) ...................................................Page 191
● Setting the Modulation wheel for each keyboard part (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, LEFT) ................................................Page 191
Practicing the keyboard performance
● Using the Metronome .....................................................................................................................................Page 193
● Displaying and playing along with the music notation of the song
during playback................................................................................................Song Score............................Page 112
Guide ......................................... Page 49
Selecting the programs and settings of the Tyros2
● Voices ...............................................................................................................................................................Page 25
● Custom voices ..................................................................................................................................................Page 94
● Styles ...............................................................................................................................................................Page 31
● Multi Pad banks ................................................................................................................................................Page 38
● Songs (MIDI).....................................................................................................................................................Page 43
● Songs (audio) ...................................................................................................................................................Page 59
● Music Finder records ........................................................................................................................................Page 40
● Registration Memory banks ..............................................................................................................................Page 54
● Registration Memory numbers..........................................................................................................................Page 54
● One Touch Setting numbers .............................................................................................................................Page 36
● Harmony/Echo types ......................................................................................................................................Page 191
● MIDI templates................................................................................................................................................Page 213
● Effect types .....................................................................................................................................................Page 183
● Vocal Harmony types........................................................................................................................................Page 48
● Master EQ types .............................................................................................................................................Page 184
● Master Compressor types ..............................................................................................................................Page 185
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Using the LCD display
● Understanding and using the Main display .......................................................................................................Page 22
● Viewing the Song Lyrics on the LCD display ............................................................................................Page 47, 114
● Viewing the Song Score on the LCD display ..........................................................................................Pages 51, 112
● Viewing text on the LCD display .....................................................................................................................Page 115
● Showing the display contents on a separate monitor .............................................................................Pages 16, 188
Playing style playback chords with your left hand and melodies with your
right—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP) feature
● Selecting and playing a style ............................................................................................................................Page 31
● Learning how to play specific chord types .......................................................Chord Tutor ............................Page 152
● Learning how to play (indicate) chords for style playback................................Chord Fingering.....................Page 152
● Applying automatic harmony or echo to your right-hand melodies..................Harmony/Echo...............Pages 39, 191
● Automatically changing the chords of the Multi Pads
with your left-hand play ....................................................................................Chord Match ............................Page 38
Instantly selecting custom panel settings
● Calling up ideal panel setups.........................................Programmable Music Finder ...........................Pages 40, 171
● Changing setups to match the style...............................Programmable One Touch Setting (OTS) ........Pages 36, 155
● Saving and recalling custom panel setups ....................Registration Memory .......................................Pages 52, 173
Creating sounds, styles, songs, and more
● Data that can be created using the Tyros2’s features .......................................................................................Page 71
● Creating your original voices ...........................................................................Voice Set .................................Page 91
Voice Creator...........................Page 94
● Creating your original Organ Flutes voices......................................................Voice Set .................................Page 89
● Creating your original styles ............................................................................Style Creator .........................Page 159
• Assembling a custom style from existing patterns .....................................................................................Page 163
• Recording a rhythm pattern........................................................................................................................Page 161
• Memorize panel settings to the One Touch Setting contained in the style .................................................Page 155
● Creating your original songs
• Recording your keyboard performance .......................................................Song Creator ...................Pages 55–58
• Inputting notes one by one ..........................................................................Song Creator ...............Pages 125–132
• Inputting and editing lyrics...........................................................................Song Creator .........................Page 133
• Entering Markers in a song .........................................................................Song Creator .................Pages 44, 133
• Recording your performance to the optional hard disk drive.......................Hard Disk Recorder .......Pages 59, 135
● Creating your original Multi Pads ....................................................................................................................Page 169
● Creating a Registration Memory bank ......................................................................................................Pages 53–54
● Creating new Music Finder records ................................................................................................................Page 171
● Creating new Vocal Harmony types ................................................................................................................Page 175
● Creating new Effect types ...............................................................................................................................Page 183
● Creating custom Master EQ settings ..............................................................................................................Page 184
● Creating custom Master Compressor settings................................................................................................Page 185
● Naming the created data ..................................................................................................................................Page 76
● Saving the created data as a file ......................................................................................................................Page 75
Understanding the organization and structure of the Tyros2
● About the various types of data/files managed with the Tyros2 ........................................................................Page 71
● About files and folders ......................................................................................................................................Page 71
● About the color-coded button lamps .................................................................................................................Page 79
● About the memory structure .............................................................................................................................Page 71
● About basic operations .............................................................................................................................Pages 68–80
● About the tone generator parts.......................................................................................................................Page 179
● About the effect structure................................................................................................................................Page 181
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Application Index
Controlling and adjusting the pitch
● Adjusting the overall pitch of the Tyros2...........................................................Master Tune ...........................Page 187
● Tuning the individual notes of the keyboard.....................................................Scale Tune .............................Page 187
● Adjusting the octave of the keyboard......................................................................................................Pages 27, 180
● Transposing notes (Master Transpose, Keyboard Transpose, Song Transpose).....................................Pages 88, 180
● Setting [TRANSPOSE] button to independently control separate parts .........................................................Page 191
● Using the PITCH BEND wheel .........................................................................................................................Page 88
● Using the MODULATION wheel........................................................................................................................Page 88
Using foot pedals
● Connecting foot pedals to the Tyros2................................................................................................................Page 16
● Assigning specific functions to each foot pedal ..............................................................................................Page 189
● Using a foot pedal to change Registration Memory numbers..........................Registration Sequence ..........Page 173
Singing with a connected microphone
● Connecting a microphone to the Tyros2 ...........................................................................................................Page 47
● Automatically applying vocal harmonies to your voice.....................................Vocal Harmony ........................Page 48
● Applying effects to your voice .........................................................................................................................Page 175
● Singing while following along with the Lyrics on the display ...................................................................Pages 47, 114
● Singing while following along with the Lyrics or text on a separate monitor ...................................................Page 116
● Singing with the Guide functions and song playback........................................................................................Page 51
● Using the Talk Setting function........................................................................................................................Page 177
● Matching the Song Transpose setting to a comfortable singing pitch .............................................................Page 180
● Matching the Keyboard Transpose setting to a comfortable singing pitch ......................................................Page 180
Live performance tips and techniques
● Assigning specific panel operations/functions for foot control ........................................................................Page 189
● Calling up Registration Memory numbers in custom-set order........................Registration Sequence ..........Page 173
● Using a foot pedal to change Registration Memory numbers.........................................................................Page 173
● Using an optional MFC10 Foot Controller with the Tyros2..............................................................................Page 217
● Using the Fade In/Out feature.........................................................................................................................Page 154
● Using Song Position Markers to jump within a song and loop sections............................................................Page 44
Group performance tips and techniques
● Independently transposing the song and keyboard pitch to match your singing range ..................................Page 180
● Tuning the overall sound of the Tyros2 to match other instruments ................................................................Page 187
● Synchronizing the Tyros2 to other MIDI instruments ......................................................................................Page 215
Learning about MIDI
● About MIDI note events (playing the keyboard) ..............................................................................................Page 210
● About MIDI program changes (selecting voices) ............................................................................................Page 210
● About MIDI events in songs, styles, and Multi Pads .......................................................................................Page 210
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Connecting/Installing external equipment to the Tyros2
● Connecting a set of optional speakers............................................................................................................Page 219
● Connecting USB storage devices .....................................................................................................................Page 64
● Installing an optional Hard Disk unit to the Tyros2 ..........................................................................................Page 221
● Formatting the optionally installed drives........................................................................................................Page 194
● Connecting external audio equipment and effect units .....................................................................................Page 17
● Connecting MIDI instruments and devices .....................................................................................................Page 211
● Connecting an optional MFC10 Foot Controller .............................................................................................Page 217
● Connecting a computer via USB.......................................................................................................................Page 66
● Connecting a separate monitor.......................................................................................................................Page 116
Computer applications
● What you can do with MIDI using a computer and the Tyros2..........................................................................Page 66
● Connecting a computer to the Tyros2 using a USB cable.................................................................................Page 66
● Using the Voice Editor software ................................................................................................................Page 67, 111
● Using the installed hard disk drive as a drive for your computer ......................................................................Page 67
Other Tips
● Registering your name to the Tyros2 ..............................................................................................................Page 195
● Importing a favorite pitcure for the Main display background .........................................................................Page 195
● Importing a favorite pitcure for the Song Lyrics or text background ...............................................................Page 114
● Importing custom icons for voice/style/song indications in the Open/Save display ..........................................Page 76
● Displaying the bank select and program numbers in the Voice Selection screen
(Open/Save display for voices) .......................................................................................................................Page 193
● Specifying style playback chords from an external MIDI instrument...............................................................Page 217
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Panel Controls and Terminals
■ Top Panel & Connections
Music Rest
The Tyros2 is supplied with
a music rest that can be
attached to the instrument
as shown.
Page 19
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Keyboard
The keyboard of the Tyros2 is equipped with a touch response feature (initial touch and after touch) that lets you dynamically and
expressively control the level of the voices with your playing
strength—just as on an acoustic instrument.
Page 87
POWER ON/OFF switch................................ Pages 20, 22
MASTER VOLUME control .................................... Page 20
INPUT VOLUME control .............................. Pages 47, 175
DEMO button ......................................................... Page 24
MIC/LINE IN buttons .......................................... Pages 175
SONG CONTROL buttons ..................................... Page 43
FADE IN/OUT button ........................................... Page 154
SONG buttons ............................................... Pages 43, 78
STYLE buttons............................................. Pages 31, 156
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!8
!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
!5
!6
!7
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STYLE CONTROL buttons.................................... Page 34
METRONOME button.......................................... Page 193
TAP TEMPO button ............................................. Page 154
TEMPO buttons ................................................... Page 154
TRANSPOSE buttons ........................................... Page 88
MULTI PAD CONTROL buttons................... Pages 38, 169
BALANCE button........................................... Pages 36, 46
MIXING CONSOLE button .................................. Page 179
CHANNEL ON/OFF button............................ Pages 37, 46
Panel Controls and Terminals
@0
@5
@1 @2 @3
@4
@8
@6
@9
@7
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and Related
Buttons/Controls
• LCD contrast
• LCD (A-J) buttons
• TAB buttons
• LCD (1-8) up/down buttons
• DIRECT ACCESS button
• EXIT button
• DATA ENTRY dial
• ENTER button
Page 21, 68
USB TO DEVICE terminal
Page 64
By connecting the instrument to a USB storage device, you can save
data you’ve created to the device, as well as read data from it. You can
also connect a USB-type LAN adaptor to directly access special Internet
websites for this instrument. (An additional USB TO DEVICE terminal is
provided at the rear of this instrument.) Do not disconnect the device
while the READ/WRITE lamp is on or flashing. Doing so may result in
loss or corruption of the data.
!9 REGISTRATION MEMORY buttons............. Pages 52, 173
@0 PROGRAMMABLE MUSIC FINDER
@1
@2
@3
@4
@5
@6
#0
button ........................................................... Pages 40, 171
@7 PART ON/OFF buttons .................................. Pages 25, 84
@8 VOICE EFFECT buttons................................ Pages 39, 87
@9 PROGRAMMABLE ONE TOUCH SETTING
FUNCTION button ............................................... Page 187
buttons......................................................... Pages 36, 155
VOICE CREATOR button....................................... Page 94
#0 UPPER OCTAVE buttons ...................................... Page 27
#1 PITCH BEND wheel .............................................. Page 88
#2 MODULATION wheel ............................................ Page 88
DIGITAL RECORDING button ........... Pages 121, 161, 169
HARD DISK RECORDER buttons ............... Pages 59, 135
VOICE buttons ............................................... Pages 25, 85
PART SELECT buttons .................................. Pages 25, 84
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Panel Controls and Terminals
■ Rear Panel & Connections
CAUTION
IMPORTANT
• Make sure that the POWER switch is in the OFF (extended)
position before making any connections. If you make connections while the POWER switch is on, you risk damaging
external equipment such as the amp or speakers.
• Since the Tyros2 has no built-in
speakers, you need to monitor its
sound output via external audio
equipment. Alternatively, you could
use a pair of headphones.
For installing an optional
set of speakers.
For installing the included
music rest.
CAUTION
Air vent
See page 19.
See page 18.
• Do not place objects on the instrument’s air vent,
since this may prevent adequate ventilation of the
internal components, and possibly result in the
instrument overheating.
You can connect the
Tyros2 directly to a computer monitor for displaying the lyrics and chords
of your song data on a
large screen. This output
terminal delivers higher
resolution than the
VIDEO OUT jack.
By connecting the
instrument to a USB
storage device, you
can save data you’ve
created to the device,
as well as read data
from it. You can also
connect the USBtype LAN adaptor to
directly access special Internet websites
for this instrument.
See page 116.
Mini D-Sub 15-pin
One or two optional Yamaha FC4 or FC5
footswitches connected to one of these
jacks can be used to control sustain,
enable an effect on a Super Articulation
voice, and control a range of other
important functions.
An optional Yamaha FC7 Foot Controller
connected to one of these jacks can be
used to control volume and a range of
other important functions.
See page 64.
MFC10
NOTE
• If the display is not
aligned properly in the
monitor, change the settings on the monitor itself.
See page 189.
The sophisticated MIDI functions give
you powerful tools to expand your music
performance and creation possibilities.
RCA pin plug VIDEO IN
See page 217.
IMPORTANT
• The Tyros2’s default setting for the external television/video monitor signal is “PAL” Depending on your particular locale, the standard may be different and the setting should be changed
accordingly. (For example, NTSC is generally used in North America.) Check the standard used by your television or video monitor,
and if it is not PAL, change the setting in the VIDEO OUT display
to “NTSC” (page 188).
You can connect the Tyros2 to a
television or video monitor to display the lyrics and chords in your
song data on a larger screen.
See page 116.
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Connecting to a
computer via USB
See page 66.
Panel Controls and Terminals
For installing the included
music rest.
For installing an optional
set of speakers.
See page 19.
See page 18.
See page
IMPORTANT
The TRIM control allows
the input sensitivity of
the MIC/LINE IN jacks
to be adjusted for optimum level matching
with the connected
equipment.
185.
The TRIM control allows the
input sensitivity of the AUX
IN L/L+R and
R (LOOP
RETURN)
jacks to be
adjusted for
optimum level
matching with
the connected
equipment.
Example of Loop Send
• See page 18.
These jacks can be used either as LINE IN or MIC. The L/
L+R/MIC jack can be connected to any standard microphone
or line-level source with a 1/4" phone plug (a dynamic microphone with an impedance of 250 ohms is recommended). By
connecting an external audio source to the R and L/L+R/MIC
jacks, you can record that source along with your performance, using the Hard Disk Recorder function.
Connecting a source only to the L/L+R/MIC jack results in a
mono input. Connecting to both the R and L/L+R/MIC jacks
(or only the R jack) results in a stereo input.
See pages 47, 175.
These jacks can be used either as AUX OUT or LOOP SEND, and can be selected from the Function menu (page 193).
The sound is output at a fixed level, regardless of the [MASTER VOLUME] control setting. Use the AUX OUT jacks to
output the Tyros2 sound through an external audio system, or to record the sound with an external audio recorder.
Connect the AUX OUT jacks of the Tyros2 to the AUX IN jacks of the audio system using appropriate audio cables.
When these are used as LOOP SEND jacks, you can route the output of the Tyros2 to an external signal processor or
processors, and return the processed signal back to the instrument via the AUX IN/LOOP RETURN jacks—letting you
apply your own favorite effects to the overall sound.
Stereo System
The LINE OUT jacks are used to send the Tyros2 output to a keyboard
amplifier, stereo sound system, mixing console, or tape recorder. If you are
connecting the Tyros2 to a mono sound system, use only the L/L+R jack.
When only this jack is connected (using a standard phone plug), the left and
right channels are combined and output through this jack—allowing you
have a mono mix of the Tyros2’s stereo sound.
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Starting Up
This section contains information about setting up your Tyros2 and preparing to play. Be sure to read through this
section carefully before turning the power on.
Power Supply
1
2
Make sure the POWER ON/OFF switch on the Tyros2 is set
to OFF.
Connect the supplied power cord to the AC INLET terminal
on the instrument’s rear panel.
WARNING
• Make sure your Tyros2 is rated for the AC
voltage supplied in the area in which it is to
be used (as listed on the rear panel). Connecting the unit to the wrong AC supply can
cause serious damage to the internal circuitry and may even pose a shock hazard!
WARNING
• Use only the AC power cord supplied with
the Tyros2. If the supplied cord is lost or
damaged and needs to be replaced, contact
your Yamaha dealer. The use of an inappropriate replacement can pose a fire and shock
hazard!
3
Connect the other end of the power cord to an AC outlet.
Make sure your Tyros2 meets the voltage requirement for
the country or region in which it is being used.
WARNING
• The type of AC power cord provided with the
Tyros2 may be different depending on the
country in which it is purchased (a third
prong may be provided for grounding purposes).
Improper connection of the grounding conductor can create the risk of electrical shock.
Do NOT modify the plug provided with the
Tyros2. If the plug will not fit the outlet, have
a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Do not use a plug adapter which
defeats the grounding conductor.
Optional Speakers
Since the Tyros2 has no built-in speakers, you’ll need to use an external speaker system—such
as the optional TRS-MS02, which is designed specifically for the Tyros2. For instructions on
installing the TRS-MS02 to the Tyros2, see page 219.
Shown here is the optional L-7S
Keyboard Stand.
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Music Rest
Check carefully that all parts (two music rest brackets and one music rest, shown below) are included before following
the instructions below.
Supplied with the Tyros2
Music rest brackets (2)
1
Music rest
Attach the two music rest brackets to the rear panel of the Tyros2.
Use the
inside slots
(as shown).
2
Attach the music rest to the brackets.
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Starting Up
Turning the Power On/Off
Turning the Power On
Set up the Power Supply.
Connect a set of
(optional) headphones to
the Tyros2.
Install and connect the optional TRS-MS02
speaker system to the Tyros2 (page 219).
Then, turn on the optional TRS-MS02
speaker system.
See page 18.
Connect any external devices or auxiliary
equipment (such as a computer, MIDI
instruments, audio equipment, microphone, etc.) to the Tyros2.
Make sure that the [MASTER VOLUME] and [INPUT VOLUME]
are set to “MIN” and turn the Tyros2 on by pressing the [POWER
ON/OFF] switch.
Turn on all connected external devices
and auxiliary equipment.
Turning the Power Off
If necessary, save any data you’ve created using the Tyros2’s features to the User drive or
external devices.
See page 75.
If necessary, save any data you’ve created
using the connected external devices to the
appropriate media.
Turn off all connected external devices
and auxiliary equipment.
Make sure that the [MASTER VOLUME] and [INPUT VOLUME]
are set to “MIN” and turn the Tyros2 off by pressing the
[POWER ON/OFF] switch.
CAUTION
Turn off the optional TRS-MS02
speaker system.
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• Do not turn the power of the
instrument on or off in rapid
succession. Doing so may
result in the damage to the
instrument.
Starting Up
Raising and Closing the Display Panel
The Tyros2 features a semi-detachable display panel that can be tilted and adjusted—with four different latch points—
to the most convenient viewing angle.
■ Raising the Display Panel ........................................................................
Unfasten the lock located at the back of the display panel. Then lift the panel and tilt it
toward you.
The panel will click as you tilt it back; these clicks are the four latched positions. Once
you’ve reached a satisfactory position, release the panel. It will gently fall back to the
nearest latched position.
■ Closing the Display Panel ........................................................................
To return the panel to its closed and locked position, gently pull it back toward you until
the position is vertical, then push it down until it locks into place.
Setting the LCD contrast
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Quick Guide
Turning the Power On and Playing the Demos
The Tyros2 features an extensive variety of Demo songs that
showcase its rich, authentic
voices and its dynamic
rhythms and styles.
[FUNCTION] button
[POWER ON/OFF] switch.
Turning the Power On and Viewing the Main Display
After setting up the instrument and making all necessary connections, turn the Power On by
pressing the [POWER ON/OFF] switch (page 20).
An Opening “splash” display appears, followed by the Main display—which is the “home base”
screen, showing the basic settings and important information for the instrument.
See below for details on each part of the Main display. Relevant page numbers for each are
included.
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w Octave.................................................................... Page 27
e Registration Sequence (displayed only when
Registration Sequence Enable is set to on)......... Page 173
r Audio song title selected in the Hard Disk Recorder
function (The “Basic/Playlist” indicator status depends
on the active mode, Basic or Playlist.) ................. Page 147
t Song ...................................................................... Page 43
y Current position (bar/beat/tempo) in song
playback or style playback ............................. Pages 31, 43
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Style and chord root/type ...................................... Page 31
Internet Direct Connection................................... Page 197
Multi Pad Bank ...................................................... Page 38
Split point............................................................... Page 27
Right voices 1-3....................................... Pages 25, 26, 80
Left voice ............................................................... Page 27
Registration Memory Bank and selected
Registration Memory ............................................. Page 53
!4 Simple level mixer (BALANCE) ............................. Page 36
Quick Guide
Turning the Power On and Playing the Demos
Changing the Language
The Tyros2 can display text in any one of five languages—English, German, French, Spanish and
Italian. Text is used for the Demos (page 24) and the display messages (page 69). Select the
desired language by following the instructions below.
1
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
2
Press the [I] button to select UTILITY.
3
Use the [TAB] buttons to select the OWNER tab.
4
Use the [4] [5] buttons to select the desired language.
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Quick Guide
Turning the Power On and Playing the Demos
Playing the Demos
The Demos are more than just songs—they also provide helpful, easy-to-understand introductions to the features, functions and
operations of the Tyros2. In a way, the Demos are an interactive “mini-manual” complete with sound demonstrations and text
explaining how to use the instrument and showing what it can do for you.
1
Press the [DEMO] button to start repeated playback of the Demo’s
Overview menu displays.
The demo song plays back repeatedly, calling up the various displays in sequence.
2
Use the [7] [8] buttons to select specific Demo topics from the
Overview menu displays.
3
Press any of the LCD buttons to call up the display of the corresponding function.
When the demo has more than one screen, press one of the LCD [1]–[8] buttons corresponding to the screen number.
4
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Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Demo.
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Playing Voices
Reference on page 84
The Tyros2 has a huge selection of
various musical instrument voices
which you can play. Try out the different voices on your own—checking
the voice name printed above each
VOICE button on the panel, or referring to the voice list in the separate
Data List booklet.
Selecting a Voice (RIGHT 1) and playing the keyboard
1
Turn the RIGHT 1 part on by pressing the [PART ON/OFF] button.
2
Press one of the [VOICE] buttons to call up the Voice selection display.
If necessary, use
the [TAB] buttons
to call up the
PRESET page.
3
Select a Voice.
NOTE
• The voice selection display shown
here is called the “Open/Save”
display for the voice. The Open/
Save display actually has two different display modes: 1) a direct
selection display (shown at left),
and 2) a numeric input display that
lets you select the voice by inputting the voice number (file number
in the folder). For details, see
page 77.
• You can set Voice Open/Save display to automatically open with the
currently selected voice (when
one of the [VOICE] buttons is
pressed) via the Voice Category
Button Options setting (page 193).
NOTE
• The voice selected here is called
voice RIGHT 1.
See page 80 for more information
on voice RIGHT 1.
4
Play the selected voice.
● To display the voice explanations (Voice Information)
Press the upper [6] button to display the explanation for the selected voice. To close the
explanation, press the [EXIT] button.
● To listen to the demo songs for each voice
Press the lower [8] button to start the demo for the selected voice. To stop the demo, press
the lower [8] button again.
NOTE
• Not all voices have explanations.
When a voice containing the
explanation is selected, [INFORMATION] is displayed on the lower
of the LCD.
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Quick Guide
Playing Voices
Playing Two or Three Voices Simultaneously
1
Turn the RIGHT 2 part on by pressing the [PART ON/OFF] button.
NOTE
• The voice selected here is called
voice RIGHT 2.
See page 80 for more information
on voice RIGHT 2.
2
Press one of the [VOICE] buttons to call up the Voice selection display.
Do this in the same way as you did in step #2 on page 25.
3
Select a Voice.
Do this in the same way as you did in step #3 on page 25.
4
Play the selected voices.
The voice selected for RIGHT 1 (page 25) and the voice selected here are sounded
simultaneously in a layer.
Voice RIGHT 3 can be set in the same way described above, by using the [RIGHT 3]
button instead.
Try out some of the other voices...
For the characteristics of each voice, call up the corresponding information
window (see page 25).
Category
PIANO
E.PIANO
ORGAN
Voice Name
Live! GrandPiano
Cool! SparkleStack
Cool! SuitcaseEP
S.Articulation! JazzRotary
Cool! CurvedBars
S.Articulation! ConcertStrings
STRINGS
Live! Spiccato
Sweet! Violin
CHOIR
BRASS
TRUMPET
SAXOPHONE
Live! GospelVoices
DreamHeaven
S.Articulation! BigBandBrass
S.Articulation! BrassFalls f
S.Articulation! Trumpet
S.Articulation! GoldenTrumpet
S.Articulation! Saxophone
Sweet! SopranoSax
Sweet! Flute
FLUTE&CLARINET
Sweet! Oboe
Sweet! PanFlute
S.Articulation! ConcertGuitar
GUITAR
S.Articulation! SteelGuitar
S.Articulation! WarmSolid
S.Articulation! HeavyRock
PERC&DRUM
ACCORDION
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Live!Drums PowerKit1 / PowerKit2
Live!SFX PopLatinKit
FrenchMusette
Sweet! Harmonica
PAD
S.Articulation! MagicBell
SYNTH
Oxygen
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Quick Guide
Playing Voices
Playing Different Voices with the Left and Right Hands
1
Turn the LEFT part on by pressing the appropriate [PART ON/OFF]
button.
2
Press one of the [VOICE] buttons to call up the Voice selection display.
Do this in the same way as you did in step #2 on page 25.
3
Select a Voice.
Do this in the same way as you did in step #3 on page 25.
4
Play the selected voices.
The notes you play with your left hand sound one voice, while the notes you play with
your right sound a different voice (or voices).
NOTE
• The point on the keyboard that
separates voice LEFT, RIGHT 3
and RIGHT 1–2 is called the “split
point.”
Refer to page 158 for instructions
on setting the split point.
Split Point
Voice LEFT
(LOWER)
Voice RIGHT 1, 2, 3
(UPPER)
Voices RIGHT 1–3 are meant to be played with the right hand. Voice LEFT is played
with the left hand.
Adjusting the Octave Setting
The [UPPER OCTAVE] button allows the RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2, and RIGHT 3 parts to be simultaneously transposed up or down by one octave.
NOTE
• Press the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the
octave value to 0.
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Quick Guide
Playing Voices
Organ Flutes
The Tyros2 uses advanced digital modeling technology to recreate the legendary sound of vintage
organs. Just as on a traditional organ, you can create your own sound by increasing and decreasing the levels of the flute footages.
1
Press the [ORGAN FLUTES] button to call up the Organ Flutes
voice selection display.
2
Select the desired Organ voice and play the keyboard.
3
Press the upper [5] button to call up the display for adjusting various parameters of the Organ Flutes voice. Use the LCD [1]–[8] buttons to adjust the footage settings.
Use these to select
the desired page of
parameters.
CAUTION
If you wish to store the settings here, make sure to
save the settings as a User
Voice before selecting
another voice or turning
the power off (page 75).
You can select the
desired footage (16' or
5 1/3') with the [D] button. Use LCD [1] button to adjust the 16' or
5 1/3' footage.
The footage settings determine the basic sound of the
organ flutes.
The term “footage” is a reference to the sound generation
of traditional pipe organs, in which the sound is produced
by pipes of different lengths (in feet).
4
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Try out some of the other Organ Flutes voices.
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Playing Voices
Collecting your favorite voices to the User drive or external devices
The Tyros2 has a huge amount of high-quality voices, covering an exceptionally broad range of
instrument sounds—making it perfect for virtually every musical application. However, the sheer
number of voices may seem overwhelming at first. That’s why we’ve decided to show you this
somewhat advanced technique for gathering together the voices you like to use the most, and
putting them in one easy-to-use location.
To start with, you should know a little about the Memory Drives and the Open/Save display
(explained briefly below). Should you want to know more, details are given on page 71. For the
moment, though, keep in mind that the User drive, USB drive and Hard Disk drive are memory
locations that you can use to store and recall your important data.
● Memory Drive Types
PRESET drive
Internal memory drive to which the pre-programmed voices are installed as
preset voices.
USER drive
Internal memory that allows both reading and writing of data.
HD (Hard Disk) drive (optional)
For transferring data to and from a hard disk drive installed to the instrument.
USB drive (optional)
For transferring data to and from a connected USB storage device.
● Open/Save display ........... From this type of display you can select (open) various files—such as
voices, (pages 25–28), styles (page 31), songs (page 43), and Registration Memory banks (page 53)—as well as save the various files
to the User drive, USB drive and Hard Disk drive.
1
Press the [USER DRIVE] button to call up the Voice selection
(Open/Save) display for the User drive.
In this case, any keyboard part (RIGHT 1–3) can be selected.
2
From this display (path), make a new folder to which your favorite
voices are to be saved.
Press the [FOLDER] LCD button
(lower [7] button).
Press the [OK] LCD button (upper
[8] button).
The new folder is created.
You can name the new folder from the popup window that appears at the bottom of
the LCD display.
For details about naming, see page 76.
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Quick Guide
Playing Voices
3
Copy your favorite voices from the Preset drive to the User drive.
In this case, any keyboard part (RIGHT 1–3) can be selected.
Press the [COPY]
LCD button (lower
[3] button).
Press the
[TAB] button.
Select the voice(s) to be copied.
Press the [OK]
LCD button (lower
[7] button).
Select the folder created in step #2.
4
Repeat step #3 as often as necessary until all your favorite voices
are contained in this display.
Also try copying preset voice(s) to the external device in the same way as explained
here.
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The Voice located in the PRESET
drive is copied to the USER drive.
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Quick Guide
Selecting and Playing a Style—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP)
Reference on page 152
The auto accompaniment (style playback) feature puts a full
backing band at your fingertips. To use it, all you have to do is
play the chords with your left hand as you perform and the
selected accompaniment style matching your music will automatically play along, instantly following the chords you play.
With the auto accompaniment (style playback) function, even
a solo performer can enjoy playing with the backing of an
entire band or orchestra.
The Tyros2 features a variety of accompaniment styles (rhythm
patterns) in a variety of different musical genres. Try out the
different styles on your own—checking the style category
name printed above each STYLE button on the panel, or referring to the style list in the separate Data List booklet.
Playing a melody with your right hand and playing chords with your left hand
1
2
Press one of the [STYLE] buttons to call up the Style selection
display.
Select a Style.
NOTE
• The style selection display shown
here is called the “Open/Save”
display for the style. The Open/
Save display actually has two different display modes: 1) a direct
selection display (shown at left),
and 2) a numeric input display that
lets you select the style by inputting the style number (file number
in the folder). For details, see
page 77.
NOTE
• To select a drive other than PRESET, use the [TAB] buttons.
3
Turn Auto Accompaniment on.
Press the [ACMP] button so that its indicator lights. The specified left-hand section of
the keyboard becomes the Chord section, and chords played in this section are automatically detected and used as a basis for fully automatic accompaniment with the selected
style.
Press the [ACMP] button again to turn Auto Accompaniment off.
Split Point ... The default setting is F#2/G2.
NOTE
• ACMP is an abbreviation for
ACCOMPANIMENT.
NOTE
• For details about the Split Point,
see pages 80 and 158.
Chord section
4
Turn Sync Start on.
Press the [SYNC START] button to enable synchronized start (standby). (The indicator
lights.) Press the [SYNC START] button again to turn Sync Start off.
NOTE
• The [START/STOP] button flashes
in sync with the current tempo
(page 154) while Sync Start is on.
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Quick Guide
Selecting and Playing a Style—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP)
5
As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the selected style
starts.
For this example, play a C major chord (as shown below).
Split Point
NOTE
• The [START/STOP] button flashes
in sync with the beat. The red
color flashes at the first beat and
the green color flashes at the
other beats.
Chord section
6
Try playing other chords with your left hand and
play a melody with your right hand.
For information on how to enter chords, see page 152 and the Chord Fingering Chart
listed in the separate Data List booklet.
The chord root/type specified with your left hand will be shown at the center of the Main
display.
7
Press the [START/STOP] button to stop style playback.
Chord
section
Try out some of the other styles...
Category
Style Name
Comment
Pop&Rock
AcousticRock
This style demonstrates a modern high quality production. Listen to Intro II leading into Main B to
hear a realistic band sound of today.
Ballad
16BeatBallad1
Ultimate realism is a main focus of Tyros2. Listen to the new Mega Tenor Sax in Intro III.
Dance
70’sDisco1
No matter what genre, Tyros2 will deliver uncanny realism. Listen to the Disco Strings, Mega Brass
and Mega Solid guitar in both Intro II and Intro III. You can play many 70’s Disco favourites.
Swing&Jazz
OrchBigBand1
An authentic Big Band sound which has had a recent revival. Great for many Big Band/Jazz standards sung by some of the greats. Listen to the Brass shakes in Intro III.
BluesRock
This genre is also typical of the late seventies. If you sit back and close your eyes, it is tough to
differentiate between a keyboard and the real thing. Listen to Intro III follwed by MainD.
70’sChartSoul
Another great R&B flavour. This really shows off the New Mega Tenor Sax and Mega Brass. Listen
to both Intro II and Intro III.
EasyCountry
Country music covers many different sound fields and styles. With EasyCountry you can hear a
very typical laid back singer song writer image. Great for many standards.
CountryShuffle
A typical sing-a-long country feel with a very high quality production. Listen to Intro III to hear a
straight to point Country image.
Latin
BossaNova
This style can be used for almost all bossa nova standards. Intro II demonstrates an unbelievable
Mega Nylon guitar complete with slides and noises for extra realism. Intro III introduces the Sax
but with a much softer tone.
Ballroom
EnglishWaltz
Take your partner by the hand and dance the night away. The Ballroom category caters for all
Ballroom dancing music to the highest level. Listen to both Intro II and Intro III. When you hear the
Trumpets come in, you could be sitting in front of a real Ballroom Orchestra.
Movie&Show
BaroqueConcerto
To show the versatlity of style genres, just play the Intros and Mains of this style. You’re immediately taken into the 17th Century.
Entertainer
EuroPopOrgan
A big Entertainment genre is that of the Euro organist of the 60’s and 70’s. This style is very
versatile covering many songs, but this shows the power of Tyros2 whether you are listening to
Orchestral realism or straight forward organ music. It’s all unbelievable.
World
IrishHymn
A great Celtic sound which has become very popular over recent years. Play either Intro which will
take you on a journey to Ireland. This will also remind many of great movie scores.
R&B
Country
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Quick Guide
Selecting and Playing a Style—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP)
■ Repertoire function
The convenient, easy-to-use Repertoire function automatically calls up appropriate panel settings
designed to match the selected style.
1
Press the [REPERTOIRE] LCD button (upper [6] button) in the style
Open/Save display.
Various appropriate panel settings matching the selected style will be shown in the display.
2
Use the [1]–[3] buttons to select a setting.
The settings shown here are Music Finder Records. You can choose additional settings by using the
Music Finder feature (page 41).
■ Stop Accompaniment function
When auto accompaniment is turned on and Synchro Start is off, you can play chords in the left-hand
(accompaniment) section of the keyboard with the style stopped, and still hear the accompaniment
chord. In this condition—called “Stop Accompaniment”—any valid chord fingerings (page 152) are
recognized and the chord root/type are shown in the LCD. Since the Tyros2 properly recognizes the
chord, you can also use the Chord Match function (page 38) with the Multi Pads or the Harmony effect
(page 39) without having to play back a style.
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Quick Guide
Selecting and Playing a Style—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP)
Pattern Variation (Sections)
The Tyros2 features a wide variety of style “sections” that allow you to vary the arrangement of
the accompaniment to match the song you are playing. They are: Intro, Main, Fill-in, Break and
Ending. By switching among them as you play, you can easily produce the dynamic elements of
a professional-sounding arrangement in your performance.
NOTE
• Depending the selected style, not
all sections may have data. The
lamp of the section button that
contains data lights in green, and
the lamp of the section button that
contains no data does not light
(page 79).
● INTRO.......................This is used for the beginning of the song. When the intro finishes playing, style playback shifts to the main section. The length of the intro (in measures) differs depending
on the selected style. The Tyros2 also features three different intros.
● MAIN.........................This is used for playing the main part of the song. It plays a rhythm pattern of several
measures, and repeats indefinitely until another section’s button is pressed. There
are four variations on the basic pattern, A–D and the style playback sound changes
harmonically based on the chords you play with your left hand.
● FILL IN......................The fill-in sections let you add dynamic variations and breaks in the rhythm of the
accompaniment, to make your performance sound even more professional. Turn the
[AUTO FILL IN] button on, simply press one of the MAIN (A, B, C, D) buttons as you
play, and the selected fill-in section plays automatically (AUTO FILL), spicing up the
auto accompaniment. When the fill-in is finished, it leads smoothly into the selected
main section (A, B, C, D). There are four variations for the fill-in sections, each specially programmed to match the selected main section. Even when [AUTO FILL] is
turned off, pressing the same button of the currently playing section automatically
plays a fill-in before returning to the same main section.
● BREAK .....................This lets you add dynamic breaks in the rhythm of the accompaniment, to make your
performance sound even more professional.
● ENDING ....................This is used for the ending of the song. When the ending is finished, the style playback stops automatically. The length of the ending (in measures) differs depending
on the selected style. The Tyros2 features three different endings.
1-4
Select the desired style using the steps described on page 31.
5
Turn [AUTO FILL IN] on.
6
Press any of the [INTRO] buttons.
7
As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the Intro of the
selected style starts.
For this example, play a C major chord (as shown below).
Split Point
When the playback of the intro is
finished, it automatically leads
into the main section.
Chord section
8
Press any of the accompaniment section buttons
as desired. (See the Accompaniment Structure Diagram
on the next page.)
After the corresponding Fill-in is played back, it automatically leads to the main
section.
9
Press any of the [ENDING] buttons.
This switches to the ending section. When the ending is finished, style playback
automatically stops.
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Selecting and Playing a Style—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP)
■ Accompaniment Structure Diagram
INTRO
MAIN variation
If AUTO FILL IN is set to on, a Fill-in
will automatically play back between
sections when any of the [MAIN] buttons are pressed. Even when [AUTO
FILL] is turned off, pressing the same
button of the currently playing section
automatically plays a fill-in before
returning to the same main section.
NOTE
• The section button lamps are conveniently color-coded as to their particular operation, as described below.
● Off
The section contains no data and
cannot be played.
● Green
The section contains data and can
be played.
● Red
During style playback, this indicates the section that is currently
playing. When style playback is
stopped, this indicates the section
that is set to play.
● Red (flashing)
This indicates the section that will
be played next, following the one
whose button is lit up in red (not
flashing).
ENDING
Press the one of the [ENDING]
buttons.
You can have the ending gradually slow down
(ritardando) by pressing the same [ENDING]
button again while the ending is playing back.
NOTE
• The indicator of the destination section (MAIN A/B/C/D) will flash while the corresponding fill-in is playing. During this time you can change
the destination section by pressing the appropriate MAIN [A], [B], [C] or [D] button.
• An Intro does not necessarily have to be at the beginning! If you want, you can play an Intro section in the middle of your performance by simply pressing the [INTRO] button at the desired point.
• Watch your timing with the Break sections. If you press a [BREAK] button too close to the end of the measure (i.e., after the final eighth note),
the Break section starts playing from the next measure. This also applies to the Auto Fill-in.
• If you want to come back into the style right away after an Ending, simply press the [INTRO] button while the Ending section is playing.
• If you press one of the [MAIN] button while the ending is playing, a fill-in will immediately start playing (when the [AUTO FILL IN] is turned on),
continuing with the main section.
• If you press the [SYNC START] button while a style is playing, style playback will stop and Synchro Start will be set to on.
• You can begin style playback by using an ending instead of an intro section.
• Pressing the [ENDING I] button during playback of the Main section automatically plays a fill-in before playing back the Ending.
■ Other Convenient Controls
● Fade in/out...............The [FADE IN/OUT] button can be used to produce smooth fade-ins and
fade-outs when starting and stopping the accompaniment. This also applies
to song playback.
page 154
● Tap ...........................The auto accompaniment can be started at any tempo you desire by “tapping”
out the tempo with the [TAP TEMPO] button.
page 154
● Synchro Stop ..........When the Synchro Stop function is engaged, accompaniment playback will
stop completely when all keys in the auto-accompaniment section of the keyboard are released. Accompaniment playback will start again as soon as a
chord or note is played.
page 155
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Quick Guide
Selecting and Playing a Style—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP)
[ONE TOUCH SETTING]
button
[BALANCE] button
One Touch Setting
One Touch Setting is a powerful and convenient feature that automatically calls up the most appropriate panel
settings (voice number, etc.) for the currently selected style, with the touch of a single button.
1
2
Select a style.
Press one of the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] buttons.
Auto Accompaniment and Sync Start will automatically be turned on.
In addition, various panel settings (such as voices, effects, etc.) that match the selected
style can be instantly recalled with just a single button press.
3
As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the style starts.
Split Point
Chord section
4
5
Try out other One Touch Setting setups.
Stop style playback by pressing the STYLE [START/STOP] button
or any of the [ENDING] buttons.
You can also create your own One Touch Setting setups. For details, refer to page 155.
Adjusting the Volume Balance between the Style and the Keyboard
Press the [BALANCE] button so that the mixer window (pop-up) appears at the bottom of the LCD display.
You can adjust the volume balance between style playback and your right-hand keyboard performance by using LCD
buttons [2], [5], [6], [7], and [8].
Determines the volume of
song playback (page 43)
Determines the volume of
style playback
Determines the volume
of the keyboard part
(page 80)
Determines the volume of the microphone sound (page 47)
Determines the volume of Multi Pad playback (page 38)
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Selecting and Playing a Style—Auto Accompaniment (ACMP)
Turning Style Parts On/Off and Changing Voices
Press the [CHANNEL ON/OFF] button so that the pop-up window appears at the bottom of the LCD display.
You can turn each part (channel) on or off by using the lower LCD [1]–[8] buttons during style playback.
Pressing any of the upper LCD [1]–[8] button calls up the voice selection display which lets you select and
change the voice of the corresponding part (channel). Try replacing the default voice with different voices of
your own selection.
Pressing the [CHANNEL
ON/OFF] button repeatedly switches among the
style parts (channels)
and song channels.
Press the corresponding LCD button.
To listen to only one instrument by itself, hold down
the appropriate button for the channel to set the
channel to SOLO. To cancel SOLO, simply press
the appropriate channel button again.
From this display, you can change the voice
used by the style. Select the desired voice in
the same way as described on page 25.
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Quick Guide
The Multi Pads
Reference on page 169
The Multi Pads can be
used to play a number of
short pre-recorded
rhythmic and melodic
sequences that can be
used to add impact and
variety to your keyboard
performances.
BANK 01
Playing the Multi Pads
1
Select a Multi Pad Bank.
Press the [SELECT] button to call up the Multi Pad Bank selection (Open/Save) display
and select the desired Bank.
2
Press any of the Multi Pads.
NOTE
The corresponding phrase (in this case, for
Pad 1) starts playing back in its entirety as
soon as the pad is pressed. To stop it, press
and release the [STOP] button.
● About the color of the Multi Pads
• Green: Indicates that the corresponding pad contains data (phrase).
• Red: Indicates that the corresponding pad is playing back.
• Simply tap any of the Multi Pads at
any time to play back the corresponding phrase at the currently
set tempo.
• You can even play two, three, or
four Multi Pads at the same time.
• Pressing the pad during its playback will stop playing and begin
playing from the top again.
● Multi Pad data
There are two types of Multi Pad data. Some types will play back once and stop when
they reach to the end.
Others will play back repeatedly until you press the [STOP] button.
● Stopping playback of the Multi Pads
• To stop all pads, press and release the [STOP] button.
• To stop specific pads, simultaneously hold down the [STOP] button and press the
pad or pads you wish to stop.
Using Chord Match
Many of the Multi Pad phrases are melodic or chordal and you can have these phrases automatically change chords as you do
with your left hand. While a style is playing back and [ACMP] is on, simply play a chord with your left hand and press any of
the Multi Pads—Chord Match changes the pitch to match the chords you play. You can also use this with the style stopped (with
the Stop Accompaniment function; page 33). Keep in mind that some Multi Pads are not affected by Chord Match.
Chord section
In this example, the phrase for Pad 1 will be transposed into F major before playing back.
Try out other various chord types while playing the Multi Pads.
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Voice Effects
Reference on pages 87, 191
The Tyros2 features a sophisticated multi-processor
effect system which can add extraordinary depth
and expression to your sound. This effect system
can be turned on or off by using the following buttons.
These three effect systems are applied
to the currently selected keyboard part
(RIGHT 1, 2, 3, or LEFT).
● HARMONY/ECHO ....... See below.
● INITIAL TOUCH .......... This button turns the touch response of the keyboard on or off. When OFF, the same volume is produced no
matter how strongly or softly you play the keyboard.
● SUSTAIN ..................... When this feature is ON, all notes played on the keyboard with the UPPER part (RIGHT 1, 2, 3) have a longer
sustain.
● MONO.......................... This determines whether the Part’s Voice is played monophonically (only one note at a time) or polyphonically.
● DSP ............................. This button turns DSP effects on or off independently for the RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2 , RIGHT 3 and LEFT parts.
● DSP VARIATION......... This button can be used to switch between variations of the DSP effect. For example, this lets you change the
rotating speed (slow/fast) of the rotary speaker effect.
Applying Harmony to Your Right-hand Melody
Among the Voice Effects, Harmony is one of the most impressive. It automatically adds harmony parts to the notes you play with
your right hand—immediately giving you a more full and professional sound.
1
2
Turn the [Harmony/Echo] button on.
3
Play a chord with your left hand to start the style (page 32) and play some
notes in the right-hand range of the keyboard.
Turn on both the [ACMP] button and [SYNC START] button (page 31) and make
sure that the RIGHT 1 part is on (page 25).
Split Point
In this example, harmony notes in the scale of
C major (the chord played in the left hand) are
automatically added to the notes played in the
right-hand range of the keyboard.
Chord section
You can also use the Harmony effect with the style stopped (with the Stop Accompaniment function;
page 33). Simply hold down a chord with your left hand and play a melody with your right.
Try out Harmony/Echo with some of the voices below...
Many of the voices have been automatically set to play certain Harmony/Echo types that match the particular voice. Try out some of the voices below—playing chords with your left hand and melodies with your
right—and listen to the various Harmony and Echo effects.
Category
Voice
Harmony/Echo type
Piano
Live! Grand
Standard Trio
Accordion
TuttiAccordion
Country Trio
Live! Strings
Block
Strings
ChamberStrings
4-way Open
Harp
Strum
Category
Guitar
Saxophone
Percussion
Voice
Harmony/Echo type
CrunchGuitar
RockDuet
PedalSteel
Country Duet
Moonlight
Full Chord
Vibraphone
Trill
Timpani
Tremolo
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Quick Guide
Calling Up Ideal Setups for Your Music—Music Finder
Reference on page 171
If you want to play in a certain genre of music but
don’t know which style and voice settings would be
appropriate, the convenient Music Finder function
can help you out. Simply select the desired music
genre from among the “Records” that make up the
Music Finder and the Tyros2 automatically makes all
appropriate panel settings to let you play in that
music style!
Selecting the desired music genre from the Record List
1
Press the [MUSIC FINDER] button to call up the Music Finder display.
The Music Finder display contains various “records”—each of which has pre-assigned
panel settings to match the corresponding song title or music genre.
Each record has the following four items.
● MUSIC ................Contains the song title or music genre that describes each record, letting you
easily find the desired music style.
● STYLE ................The preset style assigned to the record.
● BEAT..................The time signature registered to each Record.
● TEMPO...............The assigned tempo setting for the record.
If necessary, press the [TAB] button to call
up the “ALL” page. All the preset Records
built into the Tyros2 are listed on this page.
2
Select the desired Record in the list.
Rotate the [DATA ENTRY] dial to move the cursor on the Record list. Once the desired
song name or music genre is highlighted, press the [ENTER] button to call up the corresponding Music Finder setup. Keep in mind that the panel setup actually called up is
the one pre-programmed as the One Touch Setting.
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Calling Up Ideal Setups for Your Music—Music Finder
Searching the Ideal Setups by Keyword
The Music Finder feature of the Tyros2 has a wide range of more than 1800 different records—
making it exceptionally versatile, yet difficult to find a desired setup. That’s where the Search
function comes in handy. It lets you quickly and easily find the records that you want to use.
1
Press the [SEARCH 1] LCD button ([I] button) on the Music Finder
display to call up the Search display.
2
Enter the search criteria and start the search.
Press one of these buttons to
call up the pop-up window for
searching by music genre or
keyword. Text entry is done in
the same way as with file names
(page 76). After entering the
music genre or keyword, press
the [OK] LCD button to return
back to this display.
Clears the entered
item at left.
Press this button to call up the
Style selection display. After
selecting the desired style,
press the [EXIT] button to return
back to this display.
This convenient function lets you
find all songs that use a certain
accompaniment style.
Press this button to specify the
time signature for the search.
Pressing the button alternates
anong the selections. Selecting
“Any” searches through all
records, regardless of the time
signature.
Selects a specific location for
searching. You can further narrow down your search by using
the SEARCH 1 and 2 selections.
This convenient search
feature lets you search for
all records that fall within a
certain tempo range.
NOTE
• If you wish to further narrow down
your search or search another
music genre, use the SEARCH 2
display.
Select the desired music genre.
Press the [START SEARCH]
LCD button to execute the
search. The Search 1 display
appears, showing the results
of the search.
• Regarding relevant records that
are found using the selected Style,
you can obtain the same results
by using the Repertoire function
(page 33).
3
Select the desired record from the list on the
SEARCH 1 display and play the music style.
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Calling Up Ideal Setups for Your Music—Music Finder
Creating a Set of Favorite Records
As convenient as the Search function is in plumbing the depths of the Music Finder records, you
may want to create a “folder” of favorite records—so you can quickly call up those styles and
settings you use most often in your performance.
Press the [H] button to add the
selected record to the Favorite page.
(When the prompt appears, select
[YES] to actually add the record.)
Press the [TAB] button to call up the
FAVORITE page and
confirm whether the
specified record has
been added.
■ Other convenient functions
Music Finder has a variety of other useful functions, as described below. These are available in all the Music Finder pages.
Sort the records by each item.
Change the order of the records (ascending or
descending). The order method is determined by
the sort item above.
This deletes selected records from the Favorite
page (when the Favorite page is selected). The
record is deleted only from the Favorite page and
not from the Music Finder.
Shows the number of records of the currently displayed page.
Press this button to create a new record by editing the currently
selected one.
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Avoids changing the Tempo during style playback when selecting
another record, regardless of the Tempo Hold/Reset setting in
Function (page 158).
These sets of buttons are used when the Record list is sorted by
STYLE. When sorting records by style name, use the up or down button to skip up or down through the style categories. Simultaneously
press the up and down buttons to move the cursor to the first record.
These sets of buttons are used regardless of the sort item.
When sorting records by MUSIC, use the up or down button to skip Press the up or down button to move the cursor up or down and
up or down through the music titles alphabetically. Simultaneously select the new record.
press the up and down buttons to move the cursor to the first record.
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Quick Guide
Song Playback
Reference on page 112
You can play MIDI song data directly from the
Tyros2. This includes not only the preset demo
songs, but also commercially available song data
as well as songs you’ve created with the Song
Recording function (page 55) or Song Creator function (page 121). (For information on compatible
song data, see page 212.)
Playback of Songs in the USB Storage Device
1
2
Connect the USB storage device containing MIDI song data to the USB TO
DEVICE terminal.
IMPORTANT
• If you have connected a floppy
disk drive to the USB TO
DEVICE terminal and are using
a floppy disk, make sure to read
the section “Handling the
floppy disk drive (FDD) and
floppy disks” on page 231.
Press any of the SONG buttons to call up the song selection display.
If necessary, use
the [TAB] buttons
to call up the USB
page.
3
NOTE
• The song selection display shown
here is called the “Open/Save”
display for the song. The Open/
Save display actually has two different display modes: 1) a direct
selection display (shown at left),
and 2) a numeric input display that
lets you select the voice by inputting the song number. For details,
see page 77.
Select a song in the USB storage device.
Selecting a song is done in the same way as selecting a voice or style.
4
Press the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start the
selected song.
These buttons let you use markers in the song
data—for easy navigation, and for setting up
playback loops.
Page 45
This button lets you record your keyboard performance as MIDI song data.
Page 55
During playback, you can have the song
return to the top and play back again from the
beginning by pressing this button. When playback is stopped, pressing this button returns
the song to the beginning.
5
Moves forward one measure when pressed
briefly, or scrolls forward continuously (fast forward) when held.
Press this button to call up the SONG POSITION pop-up window on the LCD display.
Moves back one measure when pressed
briefly, or scrolls backward continuously (fast
reverse) when held.
Press this button to call up the SONG POSITION pop-up window on the LCD display.
Press the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button again to stop the
song.
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Song Playback
Restrictions for protected Songs
Commercially available song data may be copy protected to prevent illegal copying or accidental erasure. They
are marked by the indications at the upper left side of the file names. The indications and relevant restrictions are
detailed below.
Prot. 1
Indicates Preset Songs saved to the User drive. These cannot be copied/moved/saved to external devices.
Prot. 2 Orig
Indicates Yamaha-protection-formatted Songs. These cannot be copied. These can be moved/
saved only to the User drive and USB storage devices with ID.
Prot. 2 Edit
Indicates edited “Prot. 2 Orig” Songs. Make sure to save these to the same folder containing
the corresponding “Prot. 2 Orig” Song. These cannot be copied. These can be moved/saved
only to the User drive and USB storage devices with ID.
Note for “Prot. 2 Orig” and “Prot. 2 Edit” Song file operation
Make sure to save the “Prot. 2 Edit” Song to the same folder containing its original “Prot. 2 Orig” Song. Otherwise
the “Prot. 2 Edit” Song cannot be played back. Also, if you move a “Prot. 2 Edit” Song, be sure to move its original
“Prot. 2 Orig” Song to the same location (folder) at the same time.
■ Viewing Song Lyrics and Score
● When the song data contains lyric data, you can view it by using the [LYRICS/TEXT] button............... Page 47
● When you have text data containing lyrics, you can view it by using the [LYRICS/TEXT] button. ....... Page 115
● You can also view the song score (notation) by using the [SCORE] button........................................... Page 50
Using Song Position Markers
Song Position markers (SP 1–SP 4) can be placed in the song data. This not only lets you navigate
quickly and easily through the song data, but also lets you set up convenient playback loops—
allowing you to create dynamic song arrangements “on the fly,” as you perform.
■ Jumping among song positions....................................................................
1
Select a song and start playing back from the top of the song.
Press the [STOP] button (if necessary) and press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
2
Enter a marker to the desired song position by double-clicking one
of the [SP] buttons during playback.
As the song is playing back, double-click (press twice quickly) one of the [SP1]–[SP4]
buttons at the point you wish you enter a marker. The corresponding button flashes in
green, and the marker for that button is entered to the 1st beat of the appropriate measure.
If a marker has already been entered to the
button, the lamp is lit in green or red. Doubleclicking on the button will set the marker to a
new song position.
Continue to enter other markers in the same way. The illustration below shows an example of how all of the markers may be entered in a song.
Top of
the song
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[SP1]
[SP2]
[SP3]
[SP4]
End of
the song
NOTE
• You also can enter the marker by
stopping the song at the desired
position and double-clicking any of
the [SP1]–[SP4] buttons. Whether
executed during playback or while
playback is stopped, the marker is
always entered at the top of the
current measure.
CAUTION
• To store your marker settings,
save the song data to the User
drive, USB drive, or HD drive (if
an optional hard disk has been
installed). Keep in mind that the
marker settings will be lost if
you select another song or turn
the power off without saving the
song data. For details on saving
song data, see step #8 on page
56.
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Song Playback
3
Stop song playback.
4
Now that you’ve entered markers in step #2 above,
try using them to jump around in the song and navigate among the
song positions.
● Jumping to a marker, then starting playback
● Jumping to a marker during playback
NOTE
• Be careful to press the [SP1]–
[SP4] button only once when
jumping among markers. Pressing
a button twice (double-clicking)
will change the marker position.
In this example, song playback starts from the top of the
measure assigned to the [SP1] button (in step #2 above).
5
In this example, song playback continues to the end of the current measure, then
jumps to the selected marker—the top of the measure assigned to the [SP4] button (in step #2 above). You can cancel the jump by pressing the same button
([SP4]) again before the actual jump. (Be careful not to double-click the button.)
Stop song playback.
■ Using markers in loop playback ....................................................................
Try using the markers you registered in step #2 above to play back the separate “sections” of the
song in loops.
1
Go to the top of the song to which you’ve entered the markers and
start it.
Top of
the song
[SP1]
[SP2]
[SP3]
[SP4]
Green
Green
Green
Green
End of
the song
The [SP1] button changes from green to red after the [SP1] point has played back.
Top of
the song
2
[SP1]
[SP2]
[SP3]
[SP4]
Red
Green
Green
Green
End of
the song
Turn the [LOOP] button on after passing the [SP1] point.
The song plays back up to the [SP2] point, then goes back to [SP1] and loops between
the two points (as shown).
Top of
the song
3
[SP1]
[SP2]
[SP3]
[SP4]
Red
Green
Green
Green
End of
the song
Turn the [LOOP] button off by pressing it again.
The loop in step #2 above continues indefinitely until you turn the [LOOP] button off.
When you turn it off, playback continues past the [SP2] point and on to [SP3]. (The
[SP2] button changes from green to red after the [SP2] point is passed.)
Top of
the song
[SP1]
[SP2]
[SP3]
[SP4]
Green
Red
Green
Green
End of
the song
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Song Playback
4
Turn the [LOOP] button on again before reaching the [SP3] point.
Turning the [LOOP] button on again here starts a new loop—this time between the
[SP2] and [SP3] points (as shown).
Top of
the song
[SP1]
[SP2]
[SP3]
[SP4]
Green
Red
Green
Green
End of
the song
5
Continue looping the remaining “sections” of the song ([SP2]–
[SP3] and [SP3]–end) in the same way, repeating steps #3 and #4
above.
6
Stop song playback.
Adjusting the Volume Balance between the Song and the Keyboard
Press the [BALANCE] button so that the mixer window (pop-up) appears at the bottom of the
LCD display (page 36). You can adjust the volume balance between song playback and your
right-hand keyboard performance by using LCD buttons [1], [5], [6], [7], and [8].
Turning Song Parts On/Off
Press the [CHANNEL ON/OFF] button so that the pop-up window appears at the bottom of the
LCD display. You can turn each part (channel) on or off by using the lower LCD [1]–[8] buttons
during song playback.
Pressing the [CHANNEL ON/OFF]
button repeatedly switches among
the style parts (channels) and song
channels.
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Press the LCD button corresponding to the part
(channel) you wish to turn
on or off.
Quick Guide
Singing with a Connected Microphone
Reference on page 175
The Tyros2 is equipped with an input jack, letting you connect another audio source—such as a microphone for your
voice, an electric guitar, or a CD player—and mix it with the
sounds of the Tyros2. The fun doesn’t stop there, however.
With the Vocal Harmony feature (page 48), you can also
apply various harmony and echo effects to your voice or
guitar playing. Or use the Tyros2 for karaoke and singalongs—applying various DSP effects to your voice, as you
sing with the auto accompaniment or song playback.
Connecting a microphone
1
Set the [TRIM] control on the rear panel and the [INPUT VOLUME]
on the front panel both to “MIN.”
NOTE
• To avoid possible feedback or
other interference, separate the
microphone from the speakers as
much as possible.
IMPORTANT
2
Connect a microphone to the L/L+R/MIC jack.
The L/L+R/MIC jack accepts 1/4" phone plugs.
• Since the L/L+R/MIC jack is
highly sensitive, it may pick up
and produce noise when nothing is connected. To avoid this,
always set the INPUT VOLUME
to minimum when nothing is
connected to the L/L+R/MIC
jack.
NOTE
3
4
Turn the power on.
Adjust the [TRIM] control on the rear panel and the [INPUT VOLUME] on the front panel while singing into the microphone.
• Since the input level from the microphone may be low, set the [TRIM] control close
to “MAX.”
• Adjust the controls while checking the OVER and SIGNAL lamps.
The OVER lamp lights when the input
level is too high. Make sure to adjust the
INPUT VOLUME so that this lamp does
not light.
The SIGNAL lamp lights to indicate that
an audio signal is being received.
• Make sure to set the [INPUT VOLUME] to “MIN” before performing
the following operations.
• Connecting a microphone to the
Tyros2
• Removing a microphone from
the Tyros2
• Turning the Tyros2’s power off
• You may find that microphone
sound is distorted, even though
the OVER lamp is not lit. If so, try
setting the [TRIM] control on the
rear panel close to “MIN” and
adjusting the [INPUT VOLUME]
control on the front panel until the
level is appropriate.
• Since the input level from the
mixer or audio equipment may be
high, set the [TRIM] control on the
rear panel close to “MIN.”
• Keep in mind that setting the
[TRIM] control to “MIN” does not
set the volume to zero (no sound).
To set the volume to zero, turn the
[INPUT VOLUME] control to “MIN.”
Singing Along with Lyrics
Try playing a song that contains lyric data, then sing along with it using the connected microphone.
1
2
Select a song that contains lyric data (page 44).
Press the [LYRICS/TEXT] button to call up the Lyrics display.
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Singing with a Connected Microphone
3
Turn the Effect for the microphone
sound on, if desired.
4
5
Start song playback.
6
Stop the song.
NOTE
• The lyrics inidicated on the LCD
display can be output via the
[RGB OUT]/[VIDEO OUT] terminal. You can have only the lyrics of
the song output via the terminal,
even when another display is
called up. This lets you select
other displays and still have the
lyrics shown on the monitor.
For details, see page 188.
Sing the song while viewing the lyrics
on the display.
Applying harmony to your voice
Use the sophisticated Vocal Harmony function to automatically apply harmony to your
voice as you sing into the connected microphone.
1
2
Turn Vocal Harmony on.
Press the [VH TYPE SELECT] button to call up the Vocal Harmony
type selection display and select one of the types.
NOTE
• If you experience distorted or outof-tune sound from the Vocal Harmony feature, your vocal microphone may be picking up
extraneous sounds (other than
your voice)—the Style playback
sound from the Tyros2, for example. In particular, bass sounds can
cause mistracking of the Vocal
Harmony feature. The solution to
this problem is to ensure that as
little extraneous sound as possible
is picked up by your vocal microphone:
For this example,
“JazzSisters” is
selected.
3
4
Turn the [ACMP] button on.
Play and hold down chords in the left-hand
section of the keyboard as you sing along with
the accompaniment.
Split Point
• Sing as closely to the microphone as possible.
• Use a uni-directional microphone.
Chord section
• Turn down the MASTER VOLUME, STYLE volume or SONG
volume control.
The harmony is applied to your
voice according to the chord you
play. Try out various chords.
■ Vocal Harmony Chords
Vocal Harmony is triggered by the chords you play. In the example instructions above, the chords played
in the style chord section of the keyboard are used to trigger the Vocal Harmony. Depending on the Harmony Mode setting and the particular application, different chords can be used to trigger Vocal Harmony
(as listed below). For details, see page 178.
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Chords that trigger Vocal Harmony
Required settings (Harmony mode)
Chords specified in the style chord section of the keyboard
Chords specified in the Upper part (RIGHT 1–3) section of the keyboard
Chords specified in the Lower part (LEFT) section of the keyboard
Chord data contained in an XF song
Detected chords based on notes contained in the song data
CHORDAL
VOCODER
VOCODER
CHORDAL
CHORDAL, VOCODER
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Keyboard and Vocal Practice using the Guide function
The educational and fun Guide features make it easy
to learn new music. They indicate the notes you
should play, when you should play them, and how
long you should hold them down. What’s more, with a
connected microphone, the Tyros2 makes singalongs more fun and interesting as well.
Here, you’ll also learn how to practice music effectively using the Song Score function of the Guide features, reading the music score shown in the LCD.
Selecting a Guide menu
Call up the SONG SETTING display by following the procedure below and select a Guide menu.
Select one of the four Guide menus by
using the LCD [A] and [B] buttons. For
details about the four menus, see below.
Since the commercially available song data may
be already programmed with fixed channels for
the Guide features, set this parameter to ON.
■ Guide menu for keyboard practice
● Follow Lights...........When this is selected, song playback pauses, waiting for you to play the notes correctly.
When you play the correct notes, song playback continues. Follow Lights was developed for
the Yamaha Clavinova series. This function is used for practicing purposes, with built-in lamps
on the keyboard indicating the notes to be played. Even though the Tyros2 does not have
these lamps, you can use the same function by following the indications in the displayed
notation with the Song Score function.
● Any Key ...................With this function, song playback pauses and waits for you to play any key. When you play
the keyboard in correct time with the music (any key is fine), song playback continues. (For
this function, the notes of the keyboard do not sound.)
■ Guide menu for sing-along
● Karao-Key ................This function lets you control the song and accompaniment playback with just one finger,
while you sing along. Simply play a key on the keyboard in time with music (any key is fine)
and the accompaniment parts of the song follow your playing. (For this function, the notes of
the keyboard do not sound.)
● Vocal Cue Time .......With this function, song playback pauses, waiting for you to sing the notes correctly. When
you sing the correct notes, song playback continues.
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Quick Guide
Keyboard and Vocal Practice using the Guide function
Keyboard Practice using “Follow Lights”
1
Select the desired song for practicing the keyboard (page 43).
2
Call up the SONG SETTING display by following the procedure
described on the previous page and select “Follow Lights.” If necessary, specify the channel settings.
3
Call up the Song Score display by pressing the [SCORE] button.
4
Turn the [GUIDE] button on.
5
Start song playback.
6
Song playback automatically pauses, indicating
that you should play a certain melody note.
Look at the notation in the LCD to see which note to play.
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To stop the practice session in the middle of the song, stop song
playback.
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Keyboard and Vocal Practice using the Guide function
Vocal Practice using “Vocal Cue Time”
1
Connect a microphone to the Tyros2 (page 47).
2
Select the desired song for singing.
3
Call up the SONG SETTING display by following the procedure
described on page 49 and select “Vocal Cue TIME.” If necessary,
specify the channel settings.
4
Call up the Song Score display by pressing the [SCORE] button.
Press the lower [4] button so that the
lyrics appear on the score.
5
Turn the [GUIDE] button on.
6
Start song playback.
7
Song playback automatically pauses, indicating
that you should sing a certain melody note.
Look at the notation in the LCD to see which note to sing.
8
To stop the practice session in the middle of the song, stop song
playback.
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Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups—Registration Memory
Reference on page 173
Since the Tyros2 is such a sophisticated instrument
with such a variety of controls and functions—voice,
style, and effect settings, just to name a few—it may
be difficult to get a handle on them all. This is where
the convenient Registration Memory can help. It
allows you to save virtually all panel settings to a Registration Memory setting, and then instantly recall
your custom panel settings by pressing a single button.
NOTE
• For a list of Registration Memory setup parameters, refer to the separate Data List.
Saving your Panel Setups to a Registration Memory
1
2
Set up the panel controls (such as voice, style, effects,
and so on) as desired.
Press the [MEMORY] button in the REGISTRATION
MEMORY section.
NOTE
• When a checkmark is entered to the SONG box, the
current path (currently selected folder) of the song
file can be memorized to Registration Memory.
Cancels the registration and returns
to the previous display.
You can determine whether the
settings are to be memorized (on)
or not (off) for each parameter
group. Enter checkmarks only to
those parameter groups you want
to be memorized.
Enters a checkmark to
the selected box (parameter group).
Removes the checkmark
from the selected box
(parameter group).
Moves the cursor to the parameter group. You can
move the cursor by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial.
3
Press the numbered [REGISTRATION MEMORY] button to which
you wish to memorize the panel setup.
The memorized button becomes red.
4
Memorize various panel setups to other buttons by repeating steps
#1–#3.
The button to which the panel setup has just been memorized lights red and the
button to which the panel setup was previously memorized lights green—the lit
buttons indicating that each contains panel setup data.
5
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Referring to the instructions on page 53, save the eight memorized
buttons as a single Registration Memory bank to the User drive
(page 29).
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CAUTION
• Any panel setup previously
memorized to the selected
REGISTRATION MEMORY button (indicator is green or red)
will be erased and replaced by
the new settings.
NOTE
• To delete all eight current panel
setups, turn the [POWER] button
ON while holding the B6 key
(right-most B key on the keyboard).
Quick Guide
Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups—Registration Memory
Saving your Registration Memory to the User drive
The Tyros2 allows you to save all eight memorized buttons as a single Registration Memory bank. You can save as many Registration Memory banks as you want, up to the internal memory capacity of the Tyros2.
Tyros2 panel settings
Bank 04
Bank 03
Memorize
Bank 02
Bank 01
Save
Internal memory (RAM)
User drive
USB drive (optional)
Hard disk drive (optional)
For future recall, you’ll need to save your Registration Memory settings to the drive.
In these example instructions, we’ll save them to the User drive.
1
Memorize your custom panel settings to each of the eight Registration Memory buttons, as described on page 52.
It is not necessary to memorize settings for all eight buttons. If a button has no memorized data, it is unlit.
2
Press both REGIST BANK [-] [+] buttons simultaneously to call up
the Registration Memory Bank selection (Open/Save) display.
NOTE
• You can also call up the Registration Memory Bank selection display from the Main display.
NOTE
• When you select several Registration Banks in succession, an error
message may appear. If this happens, turn the power of the instrument off and on again.
3
If desired, call up the Registration Edit display and make other settings for Registration Memory, such as naming.
Indicates the names of the
eight panel setups.
For naming the
selected panel
setup.
For deleting
unneeded panel
setups.
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Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups—Registration Memory
4
Go back to the Registration Memory Bank selection (Open/Save) display and
execute the Save operation.
The pop-up window for entering the
name of the Registration Memory Bank
appears at the bottom of the display.
After entering the name, press the [OK]
LCD button (upper [8] button) to save
the bank name and eight panel setups to
the User drive.
For instructions on entering names,
see page 76.
Recalling a Registration Memory Setup
1
Press both REGIST BANK [-] [+] buttons simultaneously to call up the Registration Memory Bank selection display.
2
Select a Registration Memory bank.
Selecting a Registration Memory bank is done in the same way as selecting a voice (page 25) or style
(page 31).
Once you’ve selected a Bank, you can select previous/subsequent Banks in the same folder level by
using the [-]/[+] buttons, even when a display other than the Registration Memory bank display is
shown.
3
Press one of the green-lit numbered buttons in the Registration
Memory section.
Confirm whether the correct panel settings have
been called up or not.
NOTE
• When an audio song recorded by
the Hard Disk Recorder is registered, the song may take a few
moments to load.
■ Leaving certain parameters unchanged by Registration Memory
—Freeze function .....................................................................................................page 173
Registration Memory lets you recall all the Tyros2 panel settings you made with a single button press.
However, there may be times that you want certain parameters and settings to remain the same, even
when changing Registration Memory presets. For example, you may want to switch voices or effect
settings while keeping the same accompaniment style. This is where the Freeze function comes in handy.
It lets you maintain the settings of certain parameter groups and leave them unchanged, even when
selecting other Registration Memory buttons.
1
2
3
Select the parameter group you want left unchanged or “frozen” (page 173).
Turn the [FREEZE] button on.
Change the Registration Memory number.
■ Calling up Registration Memory numbers in order
—Registration Sequence ......................................................................................page 173
As convenient as the Registration Memory buttons are, there may be times during a performance when
you want to quickly switch between settings—without having to take your hands from the keyboard. By
assigning a footswitch to control Registration Sequence, you can use your foot to step through the Registration Memory presets—in the order you’ve specified.
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Quick Guide
Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs—Song Recording
Reference on page 121
The powerful and easy-to-use Song Creator feature
lets you record your own keyboard performances to
the user drive, optional external devices, or the
optionally installed hard disk. With multiple channels
for recording, comprehensive editing features, plus
the use of the style and the Multi Pads, you can record
complex, fully orchestrated pieces of music in any
music style or arrangement—from solo piano and
church organ to rock band, big band, Latin ensemble,
and even a full symphony orchestra—quickly, easily
and all by yourself!
● Quick Recording
With this method, you can quickly and easily record a song, without having to make detailed settings.
● Multi Recording
With this method, you can record data to each channel independently,
one by one, until you have a finished multi-channel song. This method
also lets you record several channels simultaneously. To use this, set
which part (Right 1–3, LEFT, Multi Pad, each part of the selected style,
etc) is assigned to each MIDI channel before recording.
■ Memory operations in Song Recording
Record
Memory area for
recording a song
(RAM)
Save
Memory drives for saving the recorded song
• User drive
• USB drive (optional)
• Hard disk drive (optional)
Load a song to be recorded/edited to this area.
• When creating a new song:
Load an empty song data to this memory area
by pressing the [REC] button and the [STOP]
button simultaneously.
• When editing/re-recording the already
recorded song:
Load the song data to this memory area by
selecting the desired song saved to the USER/
USB/HD (optional) drives.
Quick Recording
1
Press the SONG CONTROL [REC] button and the [STOP]
button simultaneously to prepare a blank song (“New
Song”) to the Memory area for recording (shown above).
2
Press the [REC] button to enter the Song Record mode.
The [REC] button and the [PLAY/PAUSE] button flash.
3
Make the desired panel settings for your keyboard performance. Below are some important things you should or
may want to do before recording:
• Check the on/off status of each keyboard part (RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2, RIGHT 3, LEFT). .................................. pages 25, 26, 27
• Check the voice of each keyboard part (RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2, RIGHT 3, LEFT). ............................................. pages 25, 26, 27
• Set the desired tempo. ................................................................................................................................................. page 154
• Determine the time signature (beat) by selecting a style (even when you do not use a style)....................................... page 31
• Turn the [ACMP] and [SYNC START] button on if you wish to use style playback. ...................................................... page 31
• Make the desired panel settings using One Touch Setting, if you want to use style playback. ..................................... page 36
• Check whether the selected style is appropriate or not. If necessary, select the desired style...................................... page 31
• Check whether the selected Multi Pad Bank is appropriate or not. If necessary, select the desired bank..................... page 38
• Turn on [HARMONY/ECHO] if desired........................................................................................................................... page 39
• Press one of the REGISTRATION MEMORY buttons if desired.................................................................................... page 54
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4
Start recording.
The SONG CONTROL [REC] button (that flashes before recording) lights continuously after recording starts. Below
are details on how recording can be started.
● Recording starts as soon as you play a key on the keyboard.
• When turning the [ACMP] and the [SYNC START] on, style playback and recording start simultaneously as soon
as a chord is played in the style chord section of the keyboard (the left side of the split point).
• When turning the [ACMP] on and the [SYNC START] off, recording starts as soon as a chord is played in the
style chord section of the keyboard (the left side of the split point) with the Stop Accompaniment (page 33).
● Recording starts by pressing the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
If you start recording in this way, “empty” data is recorded until you play a note on the keyboard. This is useful for
creating a measure or two of silence at the top of a song. It can also be used for starting a song with a short one- or
two-beat pick-up or lead-in.
• The rhythm parts (channels) of style playback and recording start simultaneously by pressing the STYLE CONTROL [START/STOP] button.
● Multi Pad playback and recording start simultaneously as soon as you press any of the Multi Pads.
Indicates the position (measure number and beat) of the
currently recorded song.
5
Press the [REC] button to stop recording.
6
Listen to your newly recorded performance.
Press the [STOP] button so that the song playback position returns back to the top and press the SONG CONTROL
[PLAY/PAUSE] button.
7
If necessary, re-record a specific section of the recorded song or
record an additional section to the end of the recorded song.
Repeat steps #2–#6 above. You can selectively re-record parts of the song by starting recording in the middle of the song
and stopping it when desired, or you can record continuously all the way to the end of the song.
8
Make sure to save the song data to the USER or USB drive when recording is completed.
Call up the USER or USB page of the Song selection (Open/Save) display by pressing one of the SONG buttons and
execute the save.
The pop-up window for entering the name
of the song file appears at the bottom of
the display. After entering the name, press
the [OK] LCD button (upper [8] button up
button) to save the song file name and
recorded data to the User drive.
For instructions on entering names, see
page 76.
CAUTION
• The recorded song will be lost if you change to
another song or you turn the power off without
executing the save operation in step #8. Make
sure to execute the save operation in step #8.
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■ One song—sixteen MIDI channels ...................................................................................
On the Tyros2, a single song can contain separate data for up to sixteen MIDI channels. When recording
your own performance, you’ll need to assign each part you play to a separate MIDI channel.
With Quick Recording (on the previous page), the Tyros2 takes care of this chore for you—letting you
record a song without having to worry about which part goes to which channel. However, you’ll increase
your understanding of the recording process and gain greater flexibility and control by reading through
the sections below—which cover recording rules and characteristics, and show you how to use Multi
Recording as well as re-record an existing Quick Recording song.
● Default MIDI channel/part assignments
MIDI channel recorded to a song
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Default part when recording a
new song from scratch
RIGHT 1
LEFT
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
MULTI PAD 1
MULTI PAD 2
MULTI PAD 3
MULTI PAD 4
RHYTHM 1
RHYTHM 2
BASS
CHORD 1
CHORD 2
PAD
PHRASE 1
PHRASE 2
Keyboard
parts
Multi Pads
● Recording method and default part settings
Quick Recording
Multi Recording
When recording a new
song:
All channels are automatically assigned for recording, with each
channel assigned a specific part. (See chart at
left.)
Channels to be recorded
must be enabled for recording manually. However,
parts are automatically assigned to MIDI channels, as
shown in the chart at left.
When re-recording an already recorded
song:
The channel/part assignments made in the original recording are
maintained.
Channels to be recorded
must be enabled for recording manually. The channel/
part assignments made in
the original recording are
maintained.
NOTE
Style parts
• You can change channel/part assignments from the defaults above before
actually recording. More specifically, even after entering the Record mode
(step #2 below) via Quick Recording, you can still manually enable recording
channels and set channel/part assignments via Multi Recording.
Multi Recording
1
Press the SONG CONTROL [REC] button and the [STOP] button simultaneously to prepare a blank song (“New Song”) to the Memory area for recording (shown above).
2
While holding the [REC] button, select the channel to be recorded and assign
the part to the selected channel on the pop-up window that appears at the
bottom of the LCD display.
Here, set channel 1 to “REC.”
Assign the part to the
channel set to REC.
While holding the [REC]
button...
Set the desired channel to
REC.
* Select the channel to be recorded and
assign the part to the selected channel.
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3
Make the desired panel settings for your keyboard performance.
(Refer to the list of possible settings in step #3 of Quick Recording
above.)
4
Start recording.
Recording is started in the same way as in Quick Recording.
NOTE
• When recording without style playback, using the Metronome function (page 193) can make your
recording sessions much more
efficient.
5
Press the [REC] button to stop recording.
6
Listen to your newly recorded performance.
Press the [STOP] button so that the song playback position returns back to the top, then
press the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
7
If desired, record another channel.
Repeat steps #2–#6 above.
8
Make sure to save the song data to the USER or USB drive when
recording is completed.
Call up the USER or USB page of the Song selection (Open/Save) display and execute
the save. For details, see step #8 on page 56.
■ Re-recording or editing the already-recorded song ..............................
Here in the “Quick Guide,” you’ve learned how to create a new song by recording. The
following features of the Song Creator function allow you to re-record or edit the alreadyrecorded song.
● Re-recording a specific section of the already-recorded song (Punch In/Out) .................. Page 121
● Editing the recorded data for each channel
• Quantizing, or aligning the timing.............................................................................. Page 123
• Deleting the data of the specified channel ................................................................ Page 123
• Mixing (Merging) the data of the specified two channels .......................................... Page 124
• Transposing the recorded note data of each channel............................................... Page 124
• Initial settings such as voice, volume, tempo and so on ........................................... Page 124
● Editing the chord data by using the Event List................................................................... Page 125
● Editing the channel data by using the Event List ............................................................... Page 127
● Editing the System Exclusive message data by using the Event List................................ Page 133
● Editing the lyric data by using the Event List ..................................................................... Page 133
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CAUTION
• The recorded song will be lost if
you change another song or
you turn the power off without
executing the save operation in
step #8. Make sure to execute
the save operation in step #8.
Quick Guide
Recording Audio to the Tyros2—Hard Disk Recorder
Reference on page 135
This method of recording is fundamentally different from the recording of your performance as explained on page 55.
In that section, you learned how to record MIDI data. Here, you’ll learn how to record the audio directly to an installed
hard disk drive—for pristine, absolutely noise-free audio quality. Moreover, you’ll be able to record your voice, a
guitar or other acoustic and electric instruments. The recording is a simple stereo file, but you can freely overdub
additional parts as desired. If you have a computer and audio editing software, you can also edit the sound file as
needed, and then re-import it to the Tyros2.
The Tyros2 allows you to record audio files from the following sources:
• The internal sound of the Tyros2.
• Input from a microphone, guitar or other instrument (via the LINE IN/MIC jacks).
• Input from another audio device, such as a CD player, MP3 player or the like (via the LINE IN/MIC jacks).
You can record two of these sources at the same time—for example, the internal Tyros2 sound mixed with the microphone input—letting you record both your keyboard performance and singing simultaneously.
The recorded data using this function is saved as:
• Stereo Wave data (Here, “Wave” refers to WAV format.)
• 44.1 kHz sample rate
• 16-bit resolution
Recording the Sound of the Tyros2
In this section, you’ll play the keyboard and record the sound of the Tyros2 to the Hard Disk
Recorder. You can record a maximum of 80 minutes to one audio song.
1
Select a voice for the RIGHT 1 part.
For instructions on selecting a voice, see page 25.
2
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SETTING] button to call up the
Audio Setting display.
IMPORTANT
• Before you begin, make sure
you have a hard disk drive properly installed. (See page 221 for
instructions on installing a hard
disk drive.) Also, make sure
there is enough available space
on the disk for recording. Your
hard disk drive should have at
least 100 MB when the drive is
first recognized by this instrument. For recording, your hard
disk drive should have at least
50 MB.
NOTE
• As a rule of thumb, 1 minute of
stereo recording with the Hard
Disk Recorder (at 44.1 kHz, 16 bit)
will take up roughly 10 MB of hard
disk space.
If the Volume page above is not selected, use the [TAB] buttons to call it up.
3
Play the keyboard and check the signal on the REC MONITOR
meters.
Strictly speaking, this step is not necessary, since the record level of the internal Tyros2
sounds is fixed. However, when you record other sources, you’ll need to use these
meters to get the optimum recording level. This also serves as a fail-proof indication that
you have sufficient audio level for recording.
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4
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [REC] and [STOP] buttons
simultaneously.
This creates an audio file for recording.
These buttons are also marked
[NEW AUDIO], since they let you
create a new audio file.
5
Enter a name for the new file.
For instructions on naming, see page 76.
6
Press the [OK] LCD button (upper [8] button).
7
Press the [REC] button to enable recording.
To cancel recording, press the [REC] button again.
8
Now you’re ready to record. Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start
recording.
Play the keyboard and record your performance.
9
60
When finished recording, press the [STOP] button.
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10 To hear your new recording, press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
If you’ve made a mistake or you’re not completely satisfied with your performance,
you can use the Undo function to erase the take and try again (starting with Step 7
above). For details, see page 143.
11 Finally, save the new recording.
Since the recorded data will be erased if another file is selected or the power is turned
off, you’ll need to save the recording to the hard disk drive.
To do this, press the [SAVE] LCD button ([I] button), then at the prompt, press the
[OK] LCD button ([G] button).
NOTE
• You can also re-record in different
ways—for example, mix the newly
recorded data with the original or
replace a certain range of the data
(page 141).
• Do not connect or disconnect the
USB storage device during audio
song playback or recording. Doing
so may cause incorrect playback
of the song.
CAUTION
• Keep in mind that even if you
neglect to save the recorded
data in this step, a file with the
name specified in Step 5 above
will still remain on the hard disk
drive. In other words, the file
exists on the hard disk drive,
but is empty (since it has not
been properly saved). If for
some reason you name and
record a file without saving it,
you may want to delete that
named (but empty) file to avoid
confusion.
To select the previous/next audio song
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [PREV]/[NEXT] button. This only selects the
previous/next song in the same folder level.
NOTE
• The HARD DISK RECORDER
[PREV] [NEXT] buttons cannot be
used when the VOLUME, REC
MODE or START END POINT display is shown.
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Recording your singing and playing together
Now that you’ve learned how to use the Hard Disk Recorder in a simple recording situation, we’ll
try something a little more complex this time. In this section, you’ll play the keyboard with an
accompaniment Style, and record your singing at the same time.
1
Connect a microphone to the Tyros2 and make the necessary settings.
For instructions on connecting and setting up a microphone, see page 47.
2
Select a style and enable auto accompaniment.
For instructions on selecting a style and using auto accompaniment, see page 31.
3
Select a voice for the RIGHT 1 part.
For instructions on selecting a voice, see page 25.
4
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [REC] and [STOP] buttons
simultaneously.
This creates an audio file for recording.
These buttons are also marked
[NEW AUDIO], since they let you
create a new audio file.
5
Enter a name for the new file.
For instructions on naming, see page 76.
6
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SETTING] button to call up the
Audio Setting display.
If the Volume page above is not selected, use the [TAB] buttons to call it up.
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7
Practice the part you want to record and check the levels on the
REC MONITOR meters.
Start the style (see page 31), play the keyboard and sing at the same time. Check that
the level doesn’t constantly go into the “red” and light up the indicator. If it does, you
may have to turn the microphone input level down a bit.
Once you’re satisfied with the level settings, stop the style.
8
Press the [REC] button to enable recording.
9
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start recording.
Press the [START/STOP] button in the STYLE CONTROL section or use the Sync
Start function to start the accompaniment. (See page 31.) Play the keyboard and sing
along with your playing.
10 When finished recording, press the [STOP] button.
11 To hear your new recording, press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
12 Save the new recording.
Since the recorded data will be erased if another file is selected or the power is turned
off, you’ll need to save the recording to the hard disk drive.
To do this, press the [SAVE] LCD button ([I] button), then at the prompt, press the
[OK] LCD button ([G] button).
To select the previous/next audio song
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [PREV]/[NEXT] button. This only selects the
previous/next song in the same folder level.
CAUTION
• Keep in mind that even if you
neglect to save the recorded
data in this step, a file with the
name specified in Step 5 above
will still remain on the hard disk
drive. In other words, the file
exists on the hard disk drive,
but is empty (since it has not
been properly saved). If for
some reason you name and
record a file without saving it,
you may want to delete that
named (but empty) file to avoid
confusion.
NOTE
• The HARD DISK RECORDER
[PREV] [NEXT] buttons cannot be
used when the VOLUME, REC
MODE or START END POINT display is shown.
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Connecting to a USB Storage Device
By connecting the instrument
to a USB storage device, you
can save data you’ve created
to the device, as well as read
data from it.
CAUTION
NOTE
• Avoid frequently turning the power on/off to the USB storage device, or
connecting/disconnecting the cable too often. Doing so may result in
the operation of the instrument “freezing” or hanging up. While the
instrument is accessing data (such as in the Save, Copy and Delete
operations and READ/WRITE lamp is on or flashing), do NOT unplug the
USB cable, do NOT remove the media from the device, and do NOT turn
the power off to either device. Doing so may corrupt the data on either
or both devices.
• You can also use the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal to connect a USB-type LAN
adaptor to access special Internet websites (page 197).
NOTE
• Even with a computer connected to the [USB TO HOST] terminal and a USB
storage device connected to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal, you cannot
access the USB storage device from the computer via the instrument.
NOTE
• Though the instrument supports the USB 1.1 standard, you can connect and
use a USB 2.0 storage device with the instrument. However, note that the
transfer speed is that of USB 1.1.
NOTE
• Do not connect/disconnect/access the USB storage device during Hard Disk
Recorder playback. Doing so may result in incorrect song playback using the
Hard Disk Recorder.
■ Compatible USB storage devices
Up to two USB storage devices, such as a floppy disk drive, hard disk drive, CD-ROM
drive, flash memory reader/writer, etc., can be connected to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal. (If necessary, use a USB hub.)
Other USB devices such as a computer keyboard or mouse cannot be used. The instrument
does not necessarily support all commercially available USB storage devices. Yamaha
cannot guarantee operation of USB storage devices that you purchase. Before purchasing
a USB storage device, please consult your Yamaha dealer, or an authorized Yamaha distributor (see list at end of the Owner’s Manual) for advice, or see the following web page:
http://music.yamaha.com/tyros2
NOTE
• If you are connecting two or three
devices to a USB TO DEVICE terminal at the same time (such as
two USB storage devices and a
LAN adaptor), use a USB hub
device. The USB hub must be selfpowered (with its own power
source) and the power must be
on. Only one USB hub can be
used. If an error message appears
while using the USB hub, disconnect the hub from the instrument,
then turn on the power of the
instrument and re-connect the
USB hub.
NOTE
• Although CD-R/RW drives can be
used to read data to the instrument, they cannot be used for saving data.
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Connecting to a USB Storage Device
Using USB Storage Devices
1
Connect the USB storage device to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal.
2
After connecting, exit once from the selection display, then return
to the display (or press the [TAB] buttons simultaneously from the
selection display).
This operation refreshes the display to indicated USB storage access. The USB tabs
(USB 1, USB 2, etc.) are automatically called up, allowing you to save files and play
back music data from the devices.
NOTE
• The tabs indicating the connected
USB devices (USB 1, USB 2, etc.)
may be displayed up to USB 17 for
each device or partition. The numbers are not fixed and may change
according to the order in which the
devices are connected and disconnected.
Checking remaining memory on the USB storage device
You can check this in the display called up by the following operation:
[FUNCTION] → [I] UTILITY → [TAB] MEDIA
Select the device by using the [A]/[B] buttons in this display and press the [PROPERTY]
LCD button ([F] button).
■ Protecting your data (write-protect)
To prevent important data from being inadvertently erased, apply the write-protect provided with each storage device or media. If you are saving data to the USB storage
device, make sure to disable write-protect.
■ Formatting USB storage media
When a message appears prompting you to format the device/media, execute the Format
operation (page 194).
CAUTION
• The format operation overwrites
any previously existing data.
Proceed with caution.
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Connecting to a Computer
By connecting a computer, you can
transfer data between the Tyros2 and
the computer via MIDI, and use the
computer to control, edit and organize
data on the Tyros2. For example, you
can use the included Voice Editor program to edit the Tyros2’s custom
voices. There is also software on our
website that lets you use your computer to manage files in the USER/USB/
HD (optional) drive.
Tyros2
USB
B type
A type
USB cable
NOTE
• There are two ways to connect the
Tyros2 to a computer: MIDI cable
and USB cable. In the following
instructions, we’ll use a USB
cable.
■ What you can do with a computer
● Manage files in the Tyros2 using software which is available for free download on the Tyros2 website.
● Create Custom Voices using the Voice Editor software on the included CD-ROM.
● Record performance data (1-16 channels) using the Tyros2 style playback to a computer running sequence
software, such as XGworks. After recording, you can edit the data with the computer, then play it back using
the Tyros2’s tone generator.
CAUTION
Precautions when using the [USB TO HOST] terminal
When connecting the computer to the [USB TO HOST] terminal, make sure to observe the following
points. Failing to do so risks freezing the computer and corrupting or losing data. If the computer or the
instrument freezes, turn the power to the instrument off and restart the computer.
• Before connecting the computer to the [USB TO HOST] terminal, exit from any power-saving
mode of the computer (such as suspended, sleep, standby), quit any open application software, and turn off the power to the instrument.
• Execute the following before turning the power to the instrument off or unplugging the USB
cable to/from the instrument/computer.
• Quit any open application software on the computer.
• Make sure that data is not being transmitted from the instrument. (Data is transmitted
only by playing notes on the keyboard or playing back a song.)
• While a USB device is connected to the instrument, you should wait for six seconds or
more between these operations: When turning the power of the instrument off then on
again, or when alternately connecting/disconnecting the USB cable.
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Initial Setup
Instructions are given below in basic outline format. For details, refer to the separate Installation Guide.
1
Confirm the minimum system requirements of the software you wish to use.
• For software on the included CD-ROM, refer to the separate Installation Guide.
• For other software, refer to the relevant manual or documentation.
2
Connect the computer to the Tyros2 using a USB cable.
3
Start the computer and install the USB MIDI driver.
• Refer to the separate Installation Guide.
4
Install the desired software to a computer.
• To install Voice Editor from the included CD-ROM, refer to the separate Installation Guide. For
details on the Voice Editor, see page 111.
• To install other software, refer to the relevant manual or documentation.
Accessing a hard disk drive via the USB Storage Mode
When the USB Storage mode is selected, Wave files and song files can be transferred
between the internal hard disk drive of the Tyros2 and the computer. In the “normal”
mode the USB connection can be used for MIDI control. The USB interface does not
directly handle audio signals.
NOTE
• Windows versions prior to Windows98 SE are
not compatible with this USB storage mode.
NOTE
1
Confirm that the hard disk drive is installed to the Tyros2
and turn the computer’s power on.
2
Turn the Tyros2’s power on while holding the [MUSIC
FINDER] button.
3
Manage files/folders in the hard disk drive installed to the
Tyros2 by using the computer.
4
Press the [EXIT] button to exit the USB storage mode and
call up the Main display.
Execute the following before turning the USB Storage mode on/ off.
• Close all application programs.
• If the USB Storage mode is off, make sure that
data is not being transmitted from the Tyros2.
• If the USB Storage mode is engaged, make sure
that no file reading or writing operation is in
progress.
• If the USB Storage mode is engaged, safely
remove the Tyros2 from the Windows taskbar or
drag the Tyros2 icons from the Macintosh desktop to the trash after closing all Tyros2 windows.
NOTE
• You cannot operate the Tyros2 from the panel
while the USB storage mode is engaged. Also,
the Tyros2 cannot receive MIDI signals or execute some functions from the pedals while the
mode is engaged.
NOTE
• Do not format the hard disk drive from a computer when accessing the drive via the USB
storage mode. If you format the hard disk drive
while accessing the USB storage mode, the
drive may not be able to be used in the Hard
Disk Recorder.
CAUTION
• Do not access the HDR ROOT folder containing the audio files that you have created with
the Hard Disk Recorder function. If you
access the folder or make changes to it
(moving the folder or copying some files in
the folder, etc.), your important data will be
deleted or damaged.
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Basic Operations—Organizing Your Data
Display-based Controls
As you’ve seen in “Quick Guide” above, the Tyros2 features an exceptionally large and easy-to-understand display. It
provides comprehensive at-a-glance information on all current settings, and gives you convenient, intuitive control
over the Tyros2’s functions.
LCD buttons
See page 70.
If a menu, function or other
item appears in this section
of the display, use the lower
LCD [1]–[8] buttons.
■ LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) buttons..........................................................
The LCD [A]–[J] buttons are used to select the corresponding menu. In the Open/Save
display (page 72) shown above, for example, the LCD [A]–[J] buttons can be used to
select the corresponding respective voices.
The LCD [1]–[8] buttons are divided into eight sets of upper/lower buttons, and are used
to make selections or adjust settings (up or down correspondingly) for functions shown
directly above them. In the Open/Save display (page 72) shown above, for example, the
upper LCD [1]–[8] buttons can be used to select the menus [P1]–[UP] in the upper row,
and the lower LCD [1]–[8] buttons can be used to select the menus [NAME]–[DEMO] in
the lower row.
■ [DATA ENTRY] dial and [ENTER] button ....................................................
Depending on the selected LCD display, the [DATA ENTRY] dial can be used in the
following two ways.
● Entering the values
For parameters indicated at the bottom of the Main display (such as the “slider” controls
in the mixer window; page 36), you can conveniently use the [DATA ENTRY] dial in
tandem with the LCD [1]–[8] buttons. Simply select the desired parameter with the appropriate LCD button (the name changes color), then use the [DATA ENTRY] dial to adjust it.
This convenient technique also works well with pop-up parameters such as Tempo and
Transpose. Simply press the appropriate button (ex., [TEMPO +], then rotate the [DATA
ENTRY] dial and press [ENTER] to close the window.
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LCD buttons
If a menu, function or
other item appears in
this section of the display, use the upper LCD
[1]–[8] buttons.
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Display-based Controls
● Selecting files (voice, style, song, and so on)
When one of the Open/Save displays (page 72) is shown, you can use the [DATA ENTRY]
dial and the [ENTER] button to select a file (voice, style, song, and so on). Rotate the
[DATA ENTRY] dial to move the highlight and press the [ENTER] button to actually call
up the highlighted file. In the Open/Save display for voices shown above, for example,
rotate the [DATA ENTRY] dial to move the cursor to the desired voice and press the
[ENTER] button to actually call up the selected voice.
■ [TAB] button ...........................................................................................................
These buttons are used mainly to change the pages of displays that have “tabs” at the top,
such as the Open/Save display (page 72).
Tabs that
indicate menus
■ [EXIT] button ..........................................................................................................
No matter where you are in the Tyros2 display hierarchy, the [EXIT] button will return
you to the next highest level or to the previously indicated display.
Since the Tyros2 has so many different displays, you may occasionally find yourself confused as to which operation’s display is currently shown. If this happens, you can return
to “home base” by pressing the [EXIT] button several times. This returns the Tyros2 to the
default Main display (page 22)—the same display that appears when the power is turned
on.
Display Messages
Thanks to the large LCD panel, the Tyros2 can display comprehensive messages and
prompts that clearly guide you through the various operations. When such messages
appear, simply follow the instructions as shown by pressing the corresponding LCD button.
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Direct Access—Instant Selection of Displays
With the convenient Direct Access function, you can instantly call up the desired display—with just a single additional button
press. Press the [DIRECT ACCESS] button and a message appears in the display prompting you to press the appropriate button.
Then, simply press the button corresponding to the desired setting display to instantly call up that display. In the example below,
Direct Access is used to call up the display for selecting the Guide settings (page 49).
Refer to the separate Data List for a list of the displays that can be called up with the Direct Access function.
Press the [DIRECT ACCESS] button again to go back to the original
display.
NOTE
• Here’s a convenient way to return to the Main
display (page 22) from any other display:
Simply press the [DIRECT ACCESS] button,
then the [EXIT] button.
Basic Structure of File/Folder and Memory Drives
The Tyros2 utilizes a variety of data types—including voices, styles, songs and registration memory settings. Much of this data
is already programmed and contained in the Tyros2; you can also create and edit your own data with some of the functions on the
instrument. All this data is stored in separate files—just as is done on a computer.
Here, we’ll show you the basic structure in handling and organizing the data of the Tyros2 in files and folders using several
memory drives.
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■ Data files............................................................................................................................
The following types of data are handled by the Tyros2 as files. These can be viewed or selected
mainly by using the respective Open/Save display.
NOTE
● Voices (of musical instruments) .............................................................. pages 25, 84
● Custom Voices ................................................................................................ page 100
● Library files ..................................................................................................... page 108
● Styles ....................................................................................................... pages 31, 152
● Songs....................................................................................................... pages 43, 112
● Audio data ............................................................................................... pages 59, 135
● Multi Pad Banks ...................................................................................... pages 38, 169
● Registration Memory Banks .................................................................. pages 52, 173
● User Effects
• Vocal Harmony types* .......................................................................... pages 48, 175
• User Effects*................................................................................................. page 183
• User Master EQ* .......................................................................................... page 184
• User Master Compressor* ............................................................................ page 185
● MIDI Setup
• MIDI template ............................................................................................... page 213
● System Setup.................................................................................................. page 196
● Music Finder**................................................................................. pages 40, 171, 196
● Main Picture (displayed on the background of the Main display).............. page 195
● Text ................................................................................................................... page 115
● Lyrics/Text Background Picture .................................................................... page 114
• The Main Picture and the
Lyrics/Text Background
Picture cannot be created
from the Tyros2.
*These data types cannot be saved to the external devices individually.
**The Music Finder feature handles all the Records including the preset and additionally created records as a single
file.
■ File groups and folders ...............................................................................................
The file types described above are organized into “folders” and stored as such. In the case of
voices, the same type of instrument sounds are stored together as files in their own folders—such
as Piano, Strings, and Trumpet. The similarly organized buttons on the panel can be considered
folders as well, for the various voices and styles.
PIANO
GrandPiano
WarmGrand
BrightPiano
BalladStack
MidiGrand
These voices (files)
are indicated on the
Open/Save display.
■ Memory Drives to which folders/files are saved ...............................................
Folders and files described above are saved to the following memory drives.
● PRESET drive................ The files that are pre-programmed and installed internally to the Tyros2
are kept here. Preset files can be loaded (called up) but cannot be re-written to the drive, because it uses ROM (Read Only Memory).
● USER drive..................... Files kept here are those containing your own original data, created or
edited using the various functions of the Tyros2. Since this internal drive
uses Flash ROM, the contents are maintained even when the power is
turned off.
● HD drive (optional)....... An optional hard disk drive can be installed to the Tyros2. Created data
can be saved here and recalled.
● USB drive (optional) .... Optional USB storage devices can be connected to the Tyros2. Created
data can be saved here and recalled.
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Folder/File Operations using the Open/Save Display
The Open/Save display is the “home base” for folder/file operations. It is from this display that you save and manage your data
files (as described on page 71). Since there are eleven different data types, the Tyros2 has eleven different Open/Save displays.
The voice selection, style selection, and song selection displays described in the Quick Guide are all Open/Save displays. This
section explains the Open/Save display and the basic operations in the display that are essential for using the Tyros2.
The illustration below shows how the Open/Save display for each data type (page 71) is called up and shows the function menus
in the display.
● Panel buttons
The Voice Open/
Save display is
shown here.
Voice
Song,
Style
● For changing the view
mode of the Open/
Save display. (Page
77)
Song,
Style
● For selecting the next
highest directory
folder.
● Main display
● For creating a new folder. (Page 73)
Voice
● For saving a file. (Page 75)
● For deleting folders/files. (Page 75)
● For copying folders/files (Copy and Paste). (Page 74)
Registration
Memory
Bank
● For moving files (Cut and Paste). (Page 74)
● For naming a folder/file. (Page 76)
Multi Pad Bank
● For selecting (opening) a folder/file. (Page 73)
● Other displays
(MIDI template, etc.)
As described on page 71, you can read data from the Preset drive but you cannot write/save to it. As a result, some of the functions
above are not available for folders and files on the Preset drive. For details, see below.
Copy
(copy & paste)
USER drive
Copy** (copy & paste)
Move** (cut & paste)
PRESET drive
USB drive
Copy*
(copy & paste)
Copy** (copy & paste)
Move** (cut & paste)
(optional)
Copy (copy & paste)
Move (cut & paste)
Copy*
(copy & paste)
* Some files cannot be copied
from the Preset drive because of
copyright restrictions.
**Files which have been copied
from the Preset drive cannot be
copied or moved to the USB
drive or HD drive because of
copyright restrictions.
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HD (Hard Disk)
drive
(optional)
Data can be written to these drives—allowing you to use all the file/folder
operations above, including changing file names, deleting files, and creating new folders.
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Folder/File Operations using the Open/Save Display
Creating a New Folder
As your Tyros2 data library grows, you’ll want to organize it in various folders. This operation lets you create new folders on the
User, optional USB storage devices and optional Hard Disk drives. The basic procedure is described below; for a specific example
(using Voices), see page 29 in the Quick Guide.
1
2
Call up the page (path) of the Open/Save display for which you wish to
create a new folder.
Press the [FOLDER] LCD button (lower [7] button) below the LCD display
to call up the pop-up window for entering the folder name.
3
Enter the name of the new folder. See page 76 for instructions on entering
names.
4
Press the [OK] LCD button (upper [7] button) to actually create the new
folder.
NOTE
• On the User drive, folder directories can contain up to four levels.
The maximum total number of
files and folders which can be
stored is 2,960, but this may differ
depending on the length of the file
names.
On the User/USB/HD, the maximum number of files and folders
which can be stored in a folder will
be 500.
Selecting (Opening) a Folder/File
You can select a folder/file in two ways—by using the LCD letter buttons or by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial.
How to select a file using the LCD buttons
How to select a file using the dial
1 Select a memory drive.
2
If there are more folders/files in
the drive than can be displayed
on a single page (the maximum
is ten), use these buttons to
select the additional pages.
1 Select a memory drive.
2
Turn the dial to select the
desired file/folder. (The selected
item is highlighted.)
the [ENTER] button to call
3 Press
up the selected file.
the letter button corresponding
3 Press
to the desired folder/file.
NOTE
NOTE
• Double-clicking the [ENTER] button calls up the corresponding file
and closes the Open/Save display.
• Double-clicking the appropriate [A] -[J] button calls up the corresponding file and closes the Open/Save display.
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Copying Folders/Files (Copy & Paste)
Folders and files can be freely copied among the installed drives, with the exception of the Preset drive—data can be copied from
the Preset drive, but not to it. The basic procedure is described below; for a specific example (using Voices), see page 29 in the
Quick Guide.
1
Call up the page (path) of the Open/Save display, where the relevant folders/files are located.
2
Press the [COPY] LCD button (lower [3] button) at the bottom the LCD
display.
The pop-up window for the copy operation appears at the bottom of the LCD display.
To return to the original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
3
Select the desired folders/files to be copied.
Press the LCD letter button that corresponds to the desired folder/file. Several files/
folders can be selected together, even those from other pages. Press the [ALL] LCD
button (lower [6] button) to select all the folders/files indicated on the current display
including the other pages. When the [ALL] LCD button (lower [6] button) is pressed,
[ALL] changes to [ALL OFF] letting you release or cancel the selection.
4
Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button) to return to the Open/Save
display.
5
Call up the destination display.
The Preset drive cannot be selected as the destination. Create a new folder (page 73) at
the destination page (path) as needed.
6
Press the [PASTE] LCD button (lower [4] button).
The folders/files copied from the source page (path) appear on the display.
Moving Files (Cut & Paste)
Files can be freely moved among the installed drives, with the exception of the Preset drive—data can be copied and moved from
the Preset drive, but not to it.
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1
2
Call up the page (path) of the Open/Save display, where the relevant files are located.
3
Select the desired files to be moved.
The operation is the same as in step #3 of “Copying Folders/Files (Copy & Paste).” See above.
4
5
Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button) to return back to the Open/Save display.
6
Press the [PASTE] LCD button (lower [4] button).
The files moved from the source page (path) appear on the display.
Press the [CUT] LCD button (lower [2] button) at the bottom the LCD display.
The pop-up window for the Cut operation appears at the bottom of the display. To return to the original
display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
Call up the destination display.
The Preset drive cannot be selected as the destination. Create a new folder (page 73) at the destination
page (path) as needed.
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Deleting Folders/Files
Folders and files can be freely deleted from the installed drives, with the exception of the Preset drive.
1
Call up the page (path) of the Open/Save display, where the relevant folders/files are
located.
2
Press the [DELETE] LCD button (lower [5] button) at the bottom the LCD display.
The pop-up window for the Delete operation appears at the bottom of the display. To return to the
original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
3
Select the desired folders/files to be deleted.
The operation is the same as in step #3 of “Copying Folders/Files (Copy & Paste).” See page 74.
4
Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
A confirmation prompt appears.
5
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Saving Files
This operation lets you save your original custom data (such as songs and voices you’ve created) to the User, optional USB storage
devices or optional Hard Disk drives.
Note that if you’re saving the currently open file, step #1 is not necessary.
1
After you’ve created a song or voice in the relevant display, press the
[SAVE] LCD button.
The corresponding Open/Save display appears.
NOTE
• For some editing operations—
such as User Effect, User Master
EQ, and User Master Compressor)—a pop-up window (like that
in step #3 here) will be called up
instead of the Open/Save display.
In this case, steps #2 and #3 are
unnecessary.
2
3
Call up the destination display.
4
5
6
Enter the file name (page 76).
Press the [SAVE] LCD button (lower [6] button).
The pop-up window for the Save operation appears at the bottom of the display. To
return to the original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
Press the [OK] button again to actually save the file.
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Naming Folders/Files
Folders and files on the installed drives can be freely renamed. You can also name files you’ve created.
The instructions below apply when calling up the Name operation from the Open/Save display. For other cases, go directly to step
#5 below.
1
Call up the page (path) of the Open/Save display, where the relevant folders/files are
located.
2
Press the [NAME] LCD button (lower [1] button) at the bottom the LCD display.
The pop-up window for the Name operation appears at the bottom of the display. To return to the
original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
3
4
Select the desired folder or file to be named.
5
Input the name of the selected folder or file.
Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
The pop-up window for entering the name appears at the bottom of the display. To return to the original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
Move the cursor to the desired position by using
the [DATA ENTRY] dial.
Press the [OK] LCD button (upper [8] button) to
actually enter the new name and return to the
original display.
Select the desired upper row menu by using
the upper LCD [1]–[8] buttons.
Select the desired lower row menu by using the
lower LCD [1]–[8] buttons.
Press the appropriate button,
corresponding to the character
you wish to enter.
Several different characters are
assigned to each button, and
the characters change each
time you press the button.
To actually enter the selected
character, move the cursor or
press another letter-input button. Alternately, you can wait for
a short time and the characters
will be entered automatically.
Press the [CANCEL] LCD button (lower [8] button) to delete all of the characters on the line at
once and return to the original display.
Deletes the character at the cursor.
Call up the mark (symbol) list by pressing the lower [6] button.
Call up the ICON SELECT display by pressing the lower [1] button.
This lets you change the icon at the left of the file name.
Change the type of character by using the upper [1] button.
• CASE ........... capital letters, numbers, marks
• case ............. lowercase letters, numbers, marks
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Press the [OK] LCD button (upper [8] button) to actually enter the
new name for the item and return to the original display.
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• The maximum number of characters that can
be used in naming is 41.
• To enter numbers without pressing the button
repeatedly, press and hold down the appropriate button for a while.
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Changing the Open/Save Display View
The Open/Save display actually has two different view types. One is Direct Selection, which we’ve seen up until this point. The
other is Number Input, which lets you open files according to their numbers. Switch between the two types by pressing the upper
[7] LCD button.
Open/Save display—Direct Selection
Open/Save display—Number Input
Shows the property of the drive/
folder/file.
Moves the cursor
to the top of this
page (path).
Scrolls up/down
through the file list
on this page
(path).
Moves the cursor
to the end of this
page (path).
Input the
desired
number.
Calls up the upper
level directory
Press this to
page.
cancel the
number you’ve
input and
return to the
original display.
From the Direct Selection type, you select the desired file directly by pressing the appropriate LCD letter button. The Number
Input type, on the other hand, lets you call up the desired file by entering the appropriate file number (see below). Since the Tyros2
has many files spread out over several pages, Number Input may be quicker and more convenient—providing you know the
number of the file.
■ Number Input type—Entering numbers...................................................................
To select voice number 128, for example, press the [1], [2] and [8] buttons in sequence as shown
below, and press the [ENTER] button. Entering one- or two-digit numbers is done in the same way.
When you select the next or previous file, press the [1]–[6] buttons.
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■ Number Input type—Memorizing paths...................................................................
The location of the folders and files currently indicated on the LCD display is referred to
as a “path.” The Open/Save display for songs and styles lets you memorize the current
path to one of the panel buttons. Even if your data is scattered across the drive in a complex hierarchy of folders and paths, you can instantly call up a specific file—no matter
how deeply hidden—with a single button-press.
In the example instructions below, the Open/Save display for songs is used.
1
First, select the Number Input type, then call up the path to be memorized
to the button and press the [MEMORY] LCD button ([E] button).
2
Press the desired button in the SONG section (for songs) to which the
path (selected in step #1 above) is to be memorized.
3
Call up the other path (for example, the Open/Save display for voices) and
press the same button as in step #2.
You will see the display same as shown in step #1.
Paths for style files can also be memorized, as explained above. See page 156 for details.
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About the Highlight Cursor in the Display
As we’ve seen up to this point, the LCD display lets you select various types of files such as voice, style, song, and
lets you adjust the parameter value of various functions. The highlight cursor is another convenient, colorful feature
of the LCD display, since it clearly indicates (by a red border and highlighted background) the file to be selected or
the parameter to be adjusted.
■ Cursor indication of files (voices, styles, songs, etc.) .........................
The currently selected voice
which will sound when you play
the keyboard.
You can move the cursor around
the Open/Save display by using
the [DATA ENTRY] dial. The highlighted item is not actually
selected until you press the
[ENTER] button.
■ Cursor indication of parameters ...................................................................
In this display (Mixing
Console), the selected
parameter for editing is
highlighted; use the [DATA
ENTRY] dial to adjust the
parameter.
In this display (Style Setting),
the selected arrow indicators
are highlighted in red. Use
the [DATA ENTRY] dial to
adjust the selected parameter.
About the Panel Button Colors
The panel buttons listed in the chart below light in one of two colors: green or red. This easy-to-understand colorcoding scheme indicates the status of the button/function, as described here.
● Off................No data is currently assigned to the button.
● Green ..........Data has been assigned to the button.
● Red ..............Data has been assigned to the button and the button is active or playing back.
For details about each button, see below.
[REGISTRATION MEMORY]
buttons
[PROGRAMMABLE ONE
TOUCH SETTING] buttons
INTRO [I]–[III] buttons
MAIN VARIATION [A]–[D]
buttons
[BREAK] button
ENDING/rit.[I]–[III] buttons
[SP1]–[SP4] buttons
MULTI PAD [1]–[4] buttons
Off
Green
Red
No panel settings are memorized to
the button.
Panel settings are memorized to the
button.
Panel settings are memorized to the
button and the button is active (was
selected last).
No panel settings are memorized to
the button.
Panel settings are memorized to the
button.
Panel settings are memorized to the
button and the button is active (was
selected last).
The corresponding section of the
selected style has no data.
The corresponding section of the
selected style has data.
The corresponding section of the
selected style has data and is active.
No song position marker is assigned
to the button.
A song position marker is assigned
to the button.
A song position marker is assigned
to the button and represents the latest marker to be passed during playback.
No data is assigned to the Multi Pad.
Data is assigned to the Multi Pad.
Active (playing back).
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About the Keyboard
The Tyros2 keyboard features various functions and performance conveniences that are simply unavailable on an acoustic
instrument. As explained in the Quick Guide for example, it allows you to play several different voices together in a layer, or
play one voice with your left hand while you play a different voice (or even three layered voices!) with your right.
Below is a summary of the keyboard-related functions and modes.
Keyboard Sections and Their Functions
● Playing separate voices with the right and left hands
● Playing a single voice
VOICE RIGHT 1
● Playing three voices in a layer
VOICE RIGHT 1–3
VOICE LEFT
Split Point........... The point on the keyboard that separates the
left-hand section and the right-hand section.
VOICE RIGHT 1–3
VOICE RIGHT 1–3
Chord section +
VOICE LEFT
● When [ACMP] (style playback) is turned on:
Split Point
When the Split Point for the Chord section and the
Split Point for the Voice are set to different points
(notes):
Chord section for
style playback
VOICE RIGHT 1–3
Chord section for
style playback
Split Point ........... The point on the keyboard that separates the
chord section and the right-hand section.
● Playing two voices in a layer
VOICE LEFT
Split Point for the Chord section
VOICE RIGHT 1–3
Split Point for the Voice
RIGHT 3 Split Point
You can set a separate split point to be specified for the R3 voice.
This means that you could, for example, assign only the top octave
of the keyboard to a percussion or sound-effect voice.
VOICE RIGHT 1 + RIGHT 2
Synchro Start On/Off
The convenient Synchro Start function lets you start style or song playback by simply playing a key on the keyboard. Naturally,
it should be set to on (standby) when you want to use it.
● Synchro Start—Style Playback (page 31)
Turn it on or off by pressing the [SYNC START] button in the STYLE CONTROL section. When Synchro Start is
on, style playback behaves in two different ways, depending on the [ACMP] button status:
• When [ACMP] is off—
Only the Rhythm part (channel) of the selected style starts as soon as you play any key on the keyboard.
• When [ACMP] is on—
All parts of the selected style start as soon as you play a key/chord in the Chord section of the keyboard.
(Playing in any other section does not start the style.)
● Synchro Start—Song Playback
To turn Synchro Start on or off, simultaneously hold down the [STOP] button and press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button
in the SONG CONTROL section. When Synchro Start is on, the song starts from the current position as soon as you
play the keyboard.
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Function Tree
● Button/Controller ............Indicates the Button/Controller that you should use at first for entering the corresponding function. Numbers at the left end correspond to the ones in “Top panel & connections” on page 14.
● LCD title ...........................This appears at the top of the LCD display called up by operating the Button/Controller. “---” indicates
that no LCD display is called up by operating the Button/Controller.
● Function............................Describes the function that can be executed on the LCD display called up by operating the Button/Controller. Describes the function of the Button/Controller itself if the LCD title is “---.”
The numbers to the left of the chart correspond to the those in the “Panel Controls and Terminals” section on page 14.
Button/Controller
Function
Page
q
w
e
POWER ON/OFF switch
---
Turning the POWER on or off
20, 22
MASTER VOLUME control
---
Adjusting the overall volume
20
INPUT VOLUME control
---
Adjusting the microphone sound volume
r
DEMO button
t
MIC/LINE IN buttons
[VOCAL HARMONY] button
[TALK] button
[EFFECT] button
[VH TYPE SELECT] button
[MIC SETTING] button
LCD title
DEMO
Demo song selection/playback
------VOCAL HARMONY TYPE
MICROPHONE SETTING
Turning Vocal Harmony on or off
Calling up the Talk Settings related to the microphone sound
Turning the effect for the microphone sound on or off
Selecting/producing the Vocal Harmony effect
OVERALL SETTING
TALK SETTING
y
LYRICS/TEXT
SCORE
-----
[SP1]–[SP4] buttons
---
[LOOP] button
[REC] button
[STOP] button
[PLAY/PAUSE] button
[REW] button
[FF] button
--(Pop-up window)
----(Pop-up window)
(Pop-up window)
u
FADE IN/OUT button
i
SONG buttons
o
STYLE buttons
--SONG
[POP & ROCK]–[WORLD] button
STYLE
[FILE ACCESS] button
STYLE
48, 175
177
175
48, 175
Setting microphone relataed parameters such as EQ, Noise Gate, and
Compressor
Setting the Talk Setting related parameters
177
177
Showing the lyrics of a song or text
Showing the score of a song
Turning the Guide function on or off
Turning the Performance Assistant Technology on or off
Entering Song Position Markers to the selected song and executing jumps
among the Markers.
Turning looped playback (between Markers) on or off
Recording a song
Stopping playback or recording of the selected song
Playing/pausing playback or recording of the selected song
Fast reverse of the song playback position
Fast forward of the song playback position
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112
50
120
44, 117
45, 117
55
43
43
43, 117
43, 117
Producing smooth fade-ins and fade-outs when starting and stopping the
style/song
154
The Open/Save display for songs
43, 72
The Open/Save display for styles
31, 72
The Open/Save display of the category (path) that corresponds to the
selected button
Turning the File Access function on or off
156
156
STYLE CONTROL buttons
[ACMP] button
[OTS LINK] button
[AUTO FILL IN] button
[INTRO] buttons
[MAIN VARIATION] buttons
[BREAK] button
[ENDING/rit.] button
[SYNC STOP] button
[SYNC START] button
[START/STOP] button
!1
!2
!3
!4
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SONG CONTROL buttons
[LYRICS/TEXT] button
[SCORE] button
[GUIDE] button
[P.A.T.] button
!0
47, 175
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Turning ACMP (Auto Accompaniment ) on or off
Turning the OTS Link function on or off
Turning the Auto Fill in on or off
Playing the Intro sections of the selected style
Playing the Main sections of the selected style
Playing the Break sections of the selected style
Playing the Ending sections of the selected style
Turning Sync Stop on or off
Turning Sync Start on or off
Starting/stopping style playback
31
155
35
34
34
34
34
155
31, 155
32
METRONOME button
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Starting/stopping the Metronome
193
TAP TEMPO button
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Tapping out the tempo of the style playback
154
TEMPO buttons
(Pop-up window)
Changing the tempo of the Style/Multi Pad/Song playback
154
TRANSPOSE buttons
(Pop-up window)
Transposing the pitch up or down
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Function Tree
Button/Controller
!5
LCD title
Function
[SELECT] button
[1]–[4] buttons
[STOP] button
!6
BALANCE button
!7
MIXING CONSOLE button
MULTI PAD
-----
Open/Save display for Multi Pads
Playing the Multi Pads
Stopping the Multi Pad playback
38, 169
38, 169
38, 169
Adjusting the volume balance among parts
36, 46
(Pop-up window)
MIXING CONSOLE
VOL/VOICE
FILTER
TUNE
EFFECT
EQ
CMP
LINE OUT
!8
CHANNEL ON/OFF button
!9
REGISTRATION MEMORY buttons
REGIST BANK [-] [+] buttons
[FREEZE] button
[1]–[8] buttons
[MEMORY] button
(Pop-up window)
REGISTRATION BANK
----REGISTRATION MEMORY
CONTENTS
@0
PROGRAMMABLE MUSIC FINDER button
MUSIC FINDER
@1
FUNCTION button
MASTER TUNE/SCALE TUNE
MASTER TUNE
SCALE TUNE
SONG SETTING
STYLE SETTING/SPLIT POINT/
CHORD FINGERING
STYLE SETTING
SPLIT POINT
CHORD FINGERING
CONTROLLER
FOOT PEDAL
KEYBOARD/PANEL
REGIST SEQUENCE/
FREEZE/VOICE SET
REGISTRATION
SEQUENCE
FREEZE
VOICE SET
HARMONY/ECHO
SCREEN OUT
MIDI
SYSTEM
TRANSMIT
RECEIVE
BASS
CHORD DETECT
MFC10
UTILITY
CONFIG 1
CONFIG 2
MEDIA
OWNER
SYSTEM RESET
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Adjusting the volume and pan for each part and setting the Song Auto
Revoice
Adjusting the Harmonic content and Brightness for each part
Adjusting the pitch related parameters for each part including the transpose setting
Adjusting the effect depth for each part and setting the Effect type/parameter for each block
Selecting/producing a Master EQ type and adjusting the EQ gain for each
part
Selecting/producing a Master compressor type
Line out settings for each part and for each instrument (key) of the drum
voice
Turning each channel (part) of the selected song/style playback on or off
Pressing both [-] [+] buttons simultaneously: Open/save display for Registration Memory Banks
Pressing a [-]/[+] button: Pop-up window for selecting previous/subsequent
Registration Memory Bank
Turning the Freeze function on or off
Recalling various panel settings
Memorizing various panel settings to Registration Memory/One Touch
Setting
Selecting/Editing /Searching a Record of the Music Finder
Setting the overall pitch of the Tyros2
Tuning each individual note of the octave
Setting the song playback related parameters, such as Guide function settings
Setting the style playback related parameters.
Setting the split points.
Selecting the way in which chords are played with your left hand
Assigning the foot pedal function
Setting the keyboard related parameters, such as Initial Touch and Aftertouch
Setting the Registration Memory Sequence
Specifying which settings are affected by the Freeze function
Determining whether the preset settings are recalled or not when a new
voice is selected
Selecting a Harmony/Echo type and setting related parameters
Setting the display characteristics that are output to a monitor connected
to the [RGB OUT] or [VIDEO OUT] jack.
Selecting a MIDI template
MIDI system-related parameter settings
MIDI transmit channel settings
MIDI receive channel settings
MIDI chord root settings that determines whether or not the Tyros2 recognizes the received note event as the chord root for the style playback
MIDI chord root settings that determines whether or not the Tyros2 recognizes the received note event as the chord type for the style playback
Setting the parameters related to a connected optional MFC10
Setting various parameters such as the Fade In/Out and the metronome
Setting the parameter that determines whether the voice program change
number will be indicated on the Open/Save display for voices and the
parameter that determines whether the optionally installed speaker will
sound or not.
Executing the media related operations such as format
Executing operations such as registering your name to the Tyros2
Resetting the internal Flash ROM to the Factory Set
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185
185
37, 46
53
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52
52
40, 171
187
187
118
157
158
152
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191
173
173
188
39, 191
188
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217
217
217
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193
194
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Function Tree
@2
@3
Button/Controller
LCD title
Function
VOICE CREATOR button
WAVE IMPORT
Importing WAVE audio files
94
CUSTOM VOICE BANK EDIT
INDIVIDUAL LOAD
LIBRARY LOAD
LIBRARY SAVE
CUSTOM VOICE EDIT via PC
Organizing Custom Voice Banks
Loading (selecting and assigning) Custom Voices
Loading Library files
Saving Custom Voice Banks as Library files
Editing Custom Voices on PC using included Voice Editor software
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104
106
108
111
Creating a User Song
121
DIGITAL RECORDING button
SONG CREATOR
REC MODE
CHANNEL
CHORD
1-16
SYS/EX.
LYRICS
STYLE CREATOR
BASIC
ASSEMBLY
GROOVE
CHANNEL
PARAMETER
EDIT
@4
Page
Setting parameters that determine how recording starts and stops, such
as Punch In/Out settings
Editing recorded song data for each part (channel)
Recording Chord data for the style playback using the Event List
Recording MIDI events for each channel using the Event List
Recording System Exclusive Messages using the Event List
Recording Lyrics data using the Event List
122
123
125
127
133
133
Creating a User Style
Setting basic parameters such as beat, pattern length, section/part (channel) to be recorded
Assembling an orignal style by combining existing rhythm patters from
other styles
Altering the timing for each section, velocity of notes for each channel
Editing recorded style data for each part (channel)
Editing various parameters related to the Style File Format
Recording MIDI events for each channel using the Event List
MULTI PAD CREATOR
RECORD
EDIT
Creating a User Multi Pad
Turning Repeat and Chord Match on or off, and recording a Multi Pad
Recording MIDI events for each pad using the Event List
AUDIO
AUDIO SETTING
VOLUME
Open/Save display for audio songs
159
161
163
163
165
165
162
169
169
170
HARD DISK RECORDER buttons
[SELECT] button
[SETTING] button
REC MODE
[REC] button
[STOP] button
[PLAY/PAUSE] button
[PREV] button
[NEXT] button
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59, 135
Adjusting the volume of the audio song
Setting the audio song recording related parameters, such as punch in/out
recording
Recording an audio song
Stopping playback or recording of the selected song
Playing/pausing playback or recording of the selected song
Selecting audio songs or fast reverse of the song playback position
Selecting audio songs or fast forward of the song playback position
142
141, 143
59, 135
59, 135
59, 135
61, 149
61, 149
@5
VOICE buttons
@6
PART SELECT buttons
---
Selecting a keyboard part from among four parts (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, LEFT)
@7
PART ON/OFF buttons
---
Turning each keyboard part (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, LEFT) on or off
80, 84
@8
VOICE EFFECT buttons
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Turning Harmony/Echo on or off
Turning Initial Touch on or off
Turning Sustain on or off
Setting the selected keyboard part to Poly or Mono
Setting the DSP effect of the selected keyboard part to on or off
Setting the DSP effect variations of the selected keyboard part to on or off
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39, 87
39, 87
39, 87
39, 87
39, 87
PROGRAMMABLE ONE TOUCH SETTING
buttons
[1]–[4]
---
Calling up various panel settings that match the selected style
36, 155
#0
UPPER OCTAVE buttons
---
Transposing Upper parts (RIGHT 1–3) up or down by one octave
27
#1
PITCH BEND wheel
---
Bending notes played on the keyboard up or down
88
#2
MODULATION wheel
---
Applying a vibrato effect to notes played on the keyboard
88
[HARMONY/ECHO] button
[INITIAL TOUCH] button
[SUSTAIN] button
[MONO] button
[DSP] button
[DSP VARIATION] button
@9
VOICE
Open/Save display for voices
25, 72
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Voices and Keyboard Parts
As you know by now, the Tyros2 has a wide variety of musical instrument sounds, referred to as “voices.” And, as shown on page
80, the Tyros2 allows you to independently select and play up to four voice parts at the same time in a number of ways. Any voice
can be assigned to any part. Since there are four different parts, be careful to confirm which parts are selected, and make sure not
to confuse one part for another as you select voices for them.
See below for details on confirming the currently selected part, and instructions on selecting parts.
You can confirm the currently selected part by checking which
lamp of the [PART SELECT] buttons lights. To select the
desired keyboard part, press the corresponding part button.
Lower section of
the keyboard
If you want to turn only a specified part on,
press one of the [PART ON/OFF] buttons.
Upper section of
the keyboard
Split Point
■ Note names of the keyboard ...............................................................................................
Each key has a note name; for example, the lowest (farthest left) key on the keyboard corresponds to C1
and the highest (farthest right) key to C6.
C#1 D#1
F#1 G#1 A#1
C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 A1 B1
C1 - B1
C2 - B2
C3 - B3
C4 - B4
C5 - B5
C6
■ Left Hold ......................................................................................................................................
This function causes the LEFT part voice to be held even when the keys are released. Non-decaying
voices such as strings are held continuously, while decay-type voices such as piano decay more slowly
(as if the sustain pedal has been pressed). This function is especially effective when used with style
playback. For example, if you play and release a chord in the Chord section of the keyboard (with the
Left part on and the Left voice set to Strings), the strings part sustains, adding a natural richness to the
overall accompaniment sound.
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Voice Types
Preset Voices
Organ Flutes
Voices
Custom Voices
The [USER DRIVE] button lets you directly
access those voices saved to drives other
than the Preset drive. Press this button and
the voice last selected from the User drive or
disk drive will be called up, along with the
appropriate Open/Save display.
Percussion/Drum Voices
The buttons of the VOICE section (excepting USER DRIVE) are used to call up the relevant voice selection (Open/Save) display
for the Preset drive. Pressing one of the buttons calls up the voice selection display corresponding to the selected category, and
the last selected voice in the category is automatically called up. Five of these voice categories (below) are slightly different from
the others and deserve special explanation.
■ Organ Flutes Voices ............................................................................................
Press the [ORGAN FLUTES] button to call up the Open/Save display for selecting among
the special organ voices. You can also use the Voice Set features (displayed as FOOTAGE)
to create your own original organ sounds.
Just as on a traditional organ, you can create your own sounds by adjusting the levels of
the flute footages.
■ Percussion/Drum Kit Voices ............................................................................
When one of the Drum Kit or SFX Kit voices in the [PERC./DRUM KIT] group is
selected, you can play various drums and percussion instruments or SFX (sound effects)
sounds on the keyboard. The drum and percussion instruments played by the various keys
are marked by symbols below the keys. Some of the instruments in the different drum kit
voices sound different even though they have the same name, while others are essentially
the same.
See the separate Data List for a complete listing of the Drum Kit and SFX Kit assignments.
NOTE
• The Transpose functions (page
88) do not affect the Drum Kit or
SFX Kit voices.
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■ GM&XG Voices and GM2 Voices ....................................................................
You can select the GM/XG/GM2 voices (page 212) directly via panel operations. Press
one of the VOICE buttons to call up the Open/Save display for voices, then press the [UP]
LCD button (upper [8] button) and call up the P2 page containing the “GM&XG” folder
and the “GM2” folder.
■ Custom Voices ......................................................................................................
Your original voices created by using the Voice Creator function (page 94) or with the
Voice Editor software (pages 66, 111) can be saved to the Preset drive as Custom voice
data. Custom Voices saved to the Preset drive can be called up via the [CUSTOM VOICE]
button.
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■ Voice Characteristics.......................................................................................................................................
The Voice type and its defining characteristics are indicated above the Preset voice or
Custom voice name.
Live!
These acoustic instrument sounds were sampled in stereo, to produce a truly authentic, rich
sound—full of atmosphere and ambience.
Cool!
These Voices capture the dynamic textures and subtle nuances of electric instruments—thanks
to a huge amount of memory and some very sophisticated programming.
Sweet!
These acoustic instrument sounds also benefit from Yamaha’s sophisticated technology—and
feature a sound so finely detailed and natural, you’ll swear you’re playing the real thing!
Drums
Various drum and percussion sounds are assigned to individual keys, letting you play the
sounds from the keyboard.
SFX
Various special effect sounds are assigned to individual keys, letting you play the sounds from
the keyboard.
Organ Flutes!
This authentic organ Voice lets you use the Voice Set to adjust the various footages and craft
your own original organ sounds. See page 97 for details.
MegaVoice
The MegaVoices are not intended to be played from the keyboard but are designed to be used
with recorded MIDI data (including songs and styles). MegaVoices make special use of velocity
switching, with completely different sounds in the various velocity ranges. For example, a guitar
MegaVoice has a huge variety of specific performance techniques assigned to different velocity
ranges—making the voice difficult to “play” in real time (because of the precise velocities needed), but very useful when creating realistic tracks with MIDI data, especially when you want to
avoid using several different voices just to make a single instrumental part. Sound maps for the
Tyros2’s Megavoices are given in the separate Data List booklet.
S. Articulation!
The Super Articulation voices sound remarkably authentic and natural, featuring the unique
performance characteristics of each instrument—for example, guitar scratching sounds or the
legato phrasing of wind instruments. They provide many of the same benefits as the MegaVoices, but with greater playability and expressive control in real time. To effectively play these
natural sounds in performance of certain voices, you may need to use the pitch bend wheel or
footswitch. For details on how to best play each voice, call up the Information window (pressing
the upper [6] button in the voice’s Open/Save display).
Live!Drums
These are high-quality drum sounds taking full advantage of Stereo Sampling and Dynamic
Sampling.
Live!SFX
These are high-quality Latin percussion sounds taking full advantage of Stereo Sampling and
Dynamic sampling. They give you a broader and more versatile range of Latin percussion than
the normal drum Voices.
Custom!
Custom voices which you have created by using the Custom voice function.
CustomWA!
Custom voices which contain Wave data.
NOTE
Notes for MegaVoices:
Unexpected or undesired sounds may result depending on the settings or
conditions below:
• Initial Touch setting in the [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → KEYBOARD/PANEL display (page 191)
• Harmony/Echo settings in the [FUNCTION] → HARMONY/ECHO display (page 191)
• Touch sensitivity-related settings in the Voice Set (page 91)
• Playing keys in the left-hand Chord sections when Stop Accompaniment (page 157) is set to “STYLE.”
Unexpected or undesired sounds may result depending on the settings
below, when editing or creating data for songs, styles, and Multi Pads:
• When selecting a MegaVoice from the Revoice display of a style (page
37).
• When changing the velocity values of several notes at once in the
Event List displays of song, style, or Multi Pad (page 127).
• When changing the velocity values of several notes at once with the
Velocity Change function (page 165) and the Dynamics function (page
163) in the Style Creator function.
• When changing the note numbers of several specified channels at
once with the Channel Transpose function (page 124) in the Song Creator function.
Notes for Super Articulation voices:
Unexpected or undesired sounds may
result depending on the setting or conditions below:
• Using Performance Assistant Technology (page 120)
• Mono (page 87)
• Harmony/Echo settings in the
[FUNCTION] → HARMONY-ECHO
display (page 191)
• Sostenuto setting in the [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → FOOTPEDAL → Sostenuto (page 190)
• Pitch to Note parameter in the [VH
TYPE SELECT] → Parameter in the
Edit display (page 48)
• Re-recorded or edited songs
MegaVoices and Super Articulation voices are only compatible
with other models which have
those two types of voices installed.
Any song, style or Multi Pads data
you’ve created on the Tyros2 using
the MegaVoices or Super Articulation voices will not sound properly
when played back on instruments
that do not have these types of
voices.
When changing the note numbers of
several specified channels at once with
the Channel Transpose function
(page 124) in the Song Creator function, unexpected or undesired sounds
may result.
On some voices, the playing of trills
causes the voice to automatically
sound monophonically, even when the
voice is normally polyphonic.
Maximum Polyphony
The Tyros2 features a maximum polyphony of 128 notes. Since style playback uses a number of the
available notes, the full 128 notes will not be available on the keyboard when a style is played back.
The same applies to the Voice RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2, RIGHT 3, LEFT, Multi Pad, and Song functions.
When the maximum polyphony is exceeded, notes are played using last-note priority.
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Voice Effects
Quick Guide on page 39
These buttons turn the corresponding effects on or
off for the currently selected part (page 84).
This button turns the Sustain effect on or off for the RIGHT 1–3 parts.
This button turns the Initial Touch on or off for the keyboard parts
specified from the [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → PANEL
CONTROLLER display (page 191).
This button turns the Harmony/Echo effect on or off for any of the RIGHT 1–
3 parts. You can specify the keyboard parts to which this effect is applied
from the [FUNCTION] → HARMONY/ECHO display (page 191).
■ Harmony/Echo ...............................................................................................................................
See page 39 in “Quick Guide” and page 191 in “Reference.”
■ Initial Touch .....................................................................................................................................
The keyboard of the Tyros2 is equipped with a touch response feature that lets you dynamically and expressively control the level of the voices with your playing strength—just as on an acoustic instrument. There
are two types of touch response on the Tyros2 keyboard (described below): Initial Touch and Aftertouch.
Initial Touch can be turned on or off from the panel.
Two types of touch response equipped with the keyboard of the Tyros2
● Initial Touch
With this function, the Tyros2 senses how strongly or softly you play the keys, and uses that playing
strength to affect the sound in various ways, depending on the selected voice. This allows you to play
with greater expressiveness and add effects with your playing technique.
You can set the keyboard parts to which Initial Touch is applied from the [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → PANEL CONTROLLER display (page 191).
● Aftertouch
With this function, the Tyros2 senses how much pressure you apply to the keys while playing, and
uses that pressure to affect the sound in various ways, depending on the selected voice. This also
gives you more expressive control over the sound and effects.
You can set the keyboard parts to which Aftertouch is applied from the [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → KEYBOARD/PANEL display (page 191).
The default settings for Aftertouch and how it affects a voice can be changed from the Voice Set
function (page 91) and saved along with a User voice.
■ Sustain ..............................................................................................................................................
When this feature is ON, all notes played on the upper section of the keyboard (RIGHT 1–3 parts) have a
longer sustain. The Sustain level for each voice can be adjusted via the Voice Set function (page 91) and can
be saved as a User voice.
■ Poly/Mono ........................................................................................................................................
This determines whether the part’s voice is played monophonically (only one note at a time) or polyphonically. When the lamp of the [MONO] button is on, the Portamento effect can be controlled (depending on
the selected voice) by playing legato.
The Poly/Mono setting and the degree of the Portamento effect (Portamento Time) are pre-programed for
each voice. These can be changed via the Voice Set function (page 91) and saved as a User voice.
Portamento Time can also be adjusted from the Mixing Console (page 179).
■ DSP and DSP Variation ...............................................................................................................
With the digital effects built into the Tyros2 you can add ambience and depth to your music in a variety of
ways—such as adding reverb that makes you sound like you are playing in a concert hall.
• The [DSP] button turns the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) effect on or off for the currently selected
keyboard part.
• The [DSP VARIATION] button lets you switch between two variations of the DSP effect. You could
use this while you play, for example, to change the rotating speed (slow/fast) of the rotary speaker
effect.
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Changing Pitch on the Tyros2
The Tyros2 has a variety of pitch-related controls and functions, as described below.
■ PITCH BEND Wheel ............................................................................................................
Use the Tyros2 PITCH BEND wheel to bend notes up (roll the wheel away from you) or down (roll
the wheel toward you) while playing the keyboard. The Pitch Bend is applied to all the keyboard
parts (RIGHT 1–3 and LEFT). The PITCH BEND wheel is self-centering and will automatically
return to normal pitch when released.
NOTE
• The maximum pitch bend range
can be changed on the MIXING
CONSOLE display (page 180).
• If the Pitch Bend range is set to
more than 1200 cents (1 octave)
via MIDI, the pitch of some voices
may not be raised or lowered completely.
■ MODULATION Wheel .........................................................................................................
The Modulation function applies a vibrato effect to notes played on the keyboard. This is applied to
all the keyboard parts (RIGHT 1–3 and LEFT).
Moving the MODULATION wheel down (towards MIN) decreases the depth of the effect, while
moving it up (towards MAX) increases it.
NOTE
• To avoid accidently applying modulation, make sure the MODULATION Wheel is set at MIN before
you start playing.
• The MODULATION Wheel can be
set to control a different parameter
other than vibrato (page 92).
■ Transpose ..............................................................................................................................
With this function, you can transpose the pitch of the Tyros2 up or down over a range of ±2 octaves
in semitone steps. Three transposing methods (Keyboard, Song, and Master) are available; select the
desired method in the [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → KEYBOARD/PANEL display (page
191), then use the [TRANSPOSE] buttons to change the value.
● Keyboard Transpose
The [TRANSPOSE] buttons affect the pitch of the keyboard sound, the style playback pitch, and
the pitch of the Multi Pads for which Chord Match has been set to on. Note that the transposition
is applied from the next note (or style chord) played, after one of the [TRANSPOSE] buttons has
been pressed.
● Song Transpose
The [TRANSPOSE] buttons affect only song playback.
Note that the transposition is applied from the next note of song playback after one of the
[TRANSPOSE] buttons has been pressed.
● Master Transpose
The [TRANSPOSE] buttons affect the overall pitch of the Tyros2.
Normal pitch (transpose value of “0”) can be recalled at any time by pressing both the [+] and [–]
buttons simultaneously.
The transposition can be adjusted from the Mixing Console display (page 180).
■ Upper Octave....................................................................................................
See page 27 in “Quick Guide.”
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Organ Flutes (Footage Settings)
Quick Guide on page 28
The Tyros2 features a variety of lush, dynamic organ voices that you can call up with the [ORGAN FLUTES] button.
It also gives you the tools to create your own original organ sounds by changing the footage settings. Just as on a
traditional organ, you can create your own sounds by adjusting the levels of the flute footages. From these display you
can also change the volume and effect settings.
Basic Procedure
1
Press the [ORGAN FLUTES] button to call up the Open/Save display for organ voices.
3
Select the desired menu
with the [TAB] buttons
and set the appropriate
parameters.
2
4
Press the [SAVE] LCD
button to call up the
Open/Save display of
the User drive and save
the settings here as a
User voice to the drive.
For details, see page 75.
Press the [FOOTAGE]
LCD button (upper [5]
button) to call up the
Footage display.
Adjust the footage.
The [1] buttons are used to
adjust either the 16’ or 5-1/3’
footages. Select the desired
footage here, then adjust it with
the [1] buttons.
CAUTION
If you select another voice without saving the settings, the settings will be lost. If you wish to store
the settings here, make sure to save the settings
as a User Voice before selecting another voice or
turning the power off.
Parameters
The Organ Flutes parameters are organized into three different pages, and can be set as described in step #3 of
the “Basic Procedure” above. These can also be programmed as part of the Voice Set parameters (page 188), to
be automatically called up when the voice is selected.
■ FOOTAGE
ORGAN TYPE
This LCD button specifies the type of organ tone generation to be simulated: Sine or Vintage.
ROTARY SP SPEED
This LCD button alternately switches between the slow and fast rotary speaker speeds
when a rotary speaker effect is selected for the Organ Flutes (see “DSP Type” below), and
the VOICE EFFECT [DSP] button is turned on (this LCD button has the same effect as the
VOICE EFFECT [VARIATION] button).
VIBRATO ON/OFF
This LCD button alternately turns the vibrato effect for the Organ Flutes voice ON or OFF.
VIBRATO DEPTH
This LCD button sets the Vibrato depth to one of three levels: 1 (low), 2 (mid), or 3 (high).
16'–1' (Footage)
These LCD buttons determine the basic sound of the organ flutes. The term “footage” is a
reference to the sound generation of traditional pipe organs, in which the sound is produced
by pipes of different lengths (in feet). The longer the pipe, the lower the pitch of the sound.
Hence, the 16' setting determines the lowest pitched component of the voice, while the 1'
setting determines the highest pitched component. The higher the value of the setting, the
greater the volume of the corresponding footage. Mixing various volumes of the footages
lets you create your own distinctive organ sounds.
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Organ Flutes (Footage Settings)
■ VOL/ATTACK
VOL (Volume)
Adjusts the overall volume of the Organ Flutes. The longer the graphic bar, the greater the
volume.
RESP (Response)
Affects both the attack and release (page 93) portion of the sound, increasing or decreasing
the response time of the initial swell and release, based on the FOOTAGE controls. The
higher the value, the slower the swell and release.
VIBRATO SPEED
Determines the speed of the vibrato effect controlled by the Vibrato On/Off and Vibrato
Depth above.
MODE
The MODE control selects between two modes: FIRST and EACH. In the FIRST mode,
attack is applied only to the first notes played and held simultaneously; while the first notes
are held, any subsequently played notes have no attack applied. In the EACH mode, attack
is applied equally to all notes.
4', 2 2/3', 2'
These determine the attack sound volume of the ORGAN FLUTE voice. The 4', 2 2/3' and
2' controls increase or reduce the volume of attack sound at the corresponding footages.
The longer the graphic bar, the greater the attack sound volume.
LENG (Length)
Affects the attack portion of the sound producing a longer or shorter decay immediately
after the initial attack. The longer the graphic bar, the longer the decay.
■ EFFECT/EQ
90
REVERB DEPTH
See “Effect” on page 181.
CHORUS DEPTH
See “Effect” on page 181.
DSP DEPTH
See “Effect” on page 181.
DSP ON/OFF
See “Effect” on page 181.
DSP TYPE
Determines the DSP effect type to be applied to the Organ Flutes voice by selecting a
Category and a type. If any other effect type than “Rotary Speaker” is selected, the [ROTARY SP SPEED] LCD button in the FOOTAGE page will not control rotary speaker speed.
Instead, it will have the same effect as the VOICE EFFECT [DSP VARIATION] button.
VARIATION
ON/OFF
Turns the DSP Variation on or off for the selected organ voice.
PARAMETER
Indicates the parameter to which the variation is applied depending on the selected
DSP type.
VALUE
Adjusts the degree of the DSP variation parameter.
EQ LOW/HIGH
These determine the Frequency and Gain of the Low and High EQ bands.
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Voice Editing (Voice Set)
The Tyros2 has a Voice Set feature that allows you to create your own voices by editing some parameters of the
existing voices. Once you’ve created a voice, you can save it as a User voice to the User drive or external devices for
future recall.
Basic Procedure
1
Select the desired voice (other than an
Organ Flutes voice).
NOTE
• User voices can also be created
by editing Custom voices (created
on a computer). You can also edit
any previously created User voice
to make a new voice.
3
Select the desired menu
with the [TAB] buttons
and set the appropriate
parameters.
2
4
Press the [VOICE SET]
LCD button (upper [5]
button) to call up the
Voice Set display.
Press the [SAVE] LCD
button to call up the
Open/Save display of
the User drive and save
the settings here as a
User voice to the drive.
For details, see page 75.
CAUTION
You can compare the sound of
the original (unedited) voice
with the edited voice.
If you select another voice without saving the settings, the
settings will be lost. If you wish to store the settings here,
make sure to save the settings as a User Voice before selecting another voice or turning the power off.
Parameters
The Voice Set parameters are organized into five different pages, and can be set as described in step #3 of the “Basic Procedure”
above. These can also be programmed as part of the Voice Set parameters (page 188), to be automatically called up when the
voice is selected.
Keep in mind that these parameters do not apply to the Organ Flutes voices, which have their own set of parameters (page 89).
■ COMMON
VOLUME
TOUCH SENSE
Determines the volume of the current edited voice.
Depth determines the degree to which
velocity affects the voice. Higher values make the voice more sensitive to
changes in velocity. Offset determines
the volume range over which velocity is
effective. For lower values, the velocity
affects a volume range from minimum
to medium-loud. For higher values, velocity affects a range from medium-soft
to maximum.
Level
Velocity curve on some depth.
(Offset = 64)
Depth = 127
Depth = 64
Depth = 32
Offset
= 64
Depth = 0
NOTE
• This determines the volume
range over which velocity is
effective. For lower values,
the velocity affects a volume
range from minimum to
medium-loud. For higher
values, velocity affects a
range from medium-soft to
maximum.
Velocity
OCTAVE
Shifts the octave range of the edited voice up or down in octaves. When the edited voice is used as any of the
RIGHT 1–3 parts, the R1/R2/R3 parameter is available; when the edited voice is used as the LEFT part, the
LEFT parameter is available.
MONO/POLY
Determines whether the edited voice is played monophonically or polyphonically (page 87).
PORTAMENTO TIME
Sets the portamento time when the edited voice is set to “MONO” above.
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■ CONTROLLER
● MODULATION
The Modulation Wheel can be used to modulate the parameters below as well as the pitch (vibrato).
Here, you can set the degree to which the Modulation wheel modulates each of the following parameters.
FILTER
Determines the degree to which the Modulation Wheel modulates the Filter Cutoff
Frequency. See next page for details about Filter.
AMPLITUDE
Determines the degree to which the Modulation Wheel modulates the amplitude
(volume).
LFO PMOD
Determines the degree to which the Modulation Wheel modulates the pitch, or the
vibrato effect.
LFO FMOD
Determines the degree to which the Modulation Wheel modulates the Filter modulation, or the wah effect.
LFO AMOD
Determines the degree to which the Modulation Wheel modulates the amplitude, or
the tremolo effect.
● AFTERTOUCH
Aftertouch can be used to modulate the parameters below. Here, you can set the degree to which
Aftertouch modulates each of the following parameters.
FILTER
Determines the degree to which Aftertouch modulates the Filter Cutoff Frequency.
See next page for details about Filter.
AMPLITUDE
Determines the degree to which Aftertouch modulates the amplitude (volume).
LFO PMOD
Determines the degree to which Aftertouch modulates the pitch, or the vibrato effect.
LFO FMOD
Determines the degree to which Aftertouch modulates the Filter modulation, or the
wah effect.
LFO AMOD
Determines the degree to which Aftertouch modulates the amplitude, or the tremolo
effect.
■ SOUND
● FILTER
Filter is a processor that changes the timbre or tone of a sound by either blocking or passing a specific
frequency range. The parameters below determine the overall timbre of the sound by boosting or cutting a
certain frequency range. In addition to making the sound either brighter or more mellow, Filter can be used
to produce electronic, synthesizer-like effects.
BRIGHTNESS
Determines the cutoff frequency or effective frequency range of the filter (see diagram).
Higher values result in a brighter sound.
Determines the emphasis given to the cutoff frequency (resonance), set in BRIGHTNESS
above (see diagram). Higher values result in a more pronounced effect.
Volume
Volume
Cutoff Frequency
Resonance
HARMONIC CONTENT
These frequencies are
“passed” by the filter.
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Frequency
(pitch)
Frequency
(pitch)
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● EG (Envelope Generator)
The EG (Envelope Generator) settings determine how the level of the sound changes in time. This lets you
reproduce many sound characteristics of natural acoustic instruments—such as the quick attack and decay
of percussion sounds, or the long release of a sustained piano tone.
ATTACK
Determines how quickly the sound reaches its maximum level after the key is played. The
higher the value, the slower the attack.
DECAY
Determines how quickly the sound reaches its sustain level (a slightly lower level than maximum). The higher the value, the slower the decay.
Determines how quickly the sound decays to silence after the key is released. The higher
the value, the slower the release.
Level
Sustain Level
RELEASE
ATTACK
Key on
DECAY
RELEASE
Time
Key off
● VIBRATO
DEPTH
Determines the intensity of the Vibrato effect (see diagram). Higher settings result in a more
pronounced Vibrato.
SPEED
Determines the speed of the Vibrato effect (see diagram).
Determines the amount of time that elapses between the playing of a key and the start of
the Vibrato effect (see diagram). Higher settings increase the delay of the Vibrato onset.
SPEED
Level
DELAY
DEPTH
DELAY
Time
■ EFFECT/EQ
Same as in “Organ Flutes” on page 90, with the exception of the PANEL SUSTAIN parameter, which
determines the sustain level applied to the edited voice when turning the [SUSTAIN] button in the
VOICE EFFECT section on.
■ HARMONY
Same as in the [FUNCTION] → HARMONY/ECHO display. See page 191.
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Voice Creator—Custom Voice Edit
The powerful Voice Creator features of the Tyros2 give you the tools to create your own original voices from scratch.
Voice Creator allows you to import your own audio samples and waveforms, and assign them to the keys—building
completely new voices with completely new sounds. It also has a Voice Set function that lets you edit basic parameters
for the voice, including filter, envelope and vibrato settings, as well as modulation assignments for the controllers and
effect/EQ processing.
The resulting voice is called a Custom voice and can be selected and played in the same way as all other Tyros2
voices. You can save your original voices to a USB storage device or an installed hard disk drive, as well as the User
drive. You can also edit Preset voices or Custom voices on a computer by using the Voice Editor software (contained
in the included CD-ROM).
Creating a Voice—Basic Procedure
For this operation, you’ll need some audio data. This could be a short waveform of an instrument
sound, a recording of a voice (sung or spoken), or a rhythm loop. As long as the data is stored in
WAV or AIFF format, you can import it to the Tyros2. (In the Voice Creator, “Wave” refers to
both WAV and AIFF format data.) You can use a USB storage device (such as a USB flash memory) to store the audio data and import it to the Tyros2, or you can record/transfer the audio to an
installed hard disk drive.
Custom voice bank
Custom voice file
(Created by “Save” operation.)
Wave file
NOTE
• This instrument cannot recognize
the extension .aiff. When you use
an AIFF file, change the extension
to .aif.
Can be called up with the
[CUSTOM VOICE] button.
NORMAL
Element 1
Custom voice
“Import”
operation
Wave 1
Wave 2
Wave 3
“Assign”
operation
128 areas
For keyboard voices.
Element 8 (max., if needed)
DRUM
Wave 4
Wave 5
Wave 6
Wave 7
10 areas
For style playback voices.
1
Prepare the audio data you’ll be using for the new voice.
The easiest way to do this is on a computer, ideally with audio editing software. You can
record your own sounds to the computer and edit them, or take existing sounds (from
commercial sample libraries and the like).
If the audio data is on a USB storage device, connect the device to the USB TO DEVICE
terminal.
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2
Select a Custom voice.
When you are creating a Custom voice from scratch, this step is not necessary. If you
are creating a voice by editing an existing voice, press the [CUSTOM VOICE] button
and select the desired voice.
The Tyros2 has a Custom voice bank containing empty voices that can be used for this
purpose. Select the PRESET tab, then select the desired voice number.
3
Press the [VOICE CREATOR] button to call up the Voice Creator.
4
Call up the WAVE IMPORT menu by pressing the [A] button.
NOTE
• If you did not select a voice in step
2, a prompt appears letting you
know an empty voice will be created. Select “OK” to create a new
voice. When the new voice is created, playing the keyboard does
not produce any sound.
5
Select the desired Element.
NOTE
• The created element can be
edited by using the Voice Editor.
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6
Press the [ADD WAVE] LCD button ([F] button).
7
Make sure the storage device is installed or connected, then press
the [FILE IMPORT] LCD button ([F] button).
8
Select the desired audio file from the device.
All available .wav and .aif files will be shown. Use the [TAB] buttons and LCD buttons
to select the appropriate device, folder and page, if necessary. The selected file name is
highlighted.
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NOTE
• For details on the Property display, see page 103.
NOTE
• Audio data used for the Voice Creator can be of any sample rate or
bit resolution. However, all audio
data of a resolution other than 16bit is automatically converted to
16-bit resolution after being
loaded.
• Voice Creator supports and recognizes loops in the audio data, letting you use up to one loop in
each audio file. (Some sample
libraries have loops already programmed into the data; you can
also use audio editing software to
program loops yourself. Keep in
mind however, that multiple loops
are not supported.)
• Audio files recorded with the Hard
Disk Recorder cannot be used as
is with the Voice Creator. If you
want to use a Hard Disk Recorder
file, export the file (using the Hard
Disk Recorder’s Export function)
in .wav data format.
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9
Press the [IMPORT] LCD button (lower [6] button).
NOTE
• Double-clicking on the corresponding LCD button here selects
the file for import, allowing you to
skip Steps 9 and 10 below.
• The maximum number of Wave
files that can be imported is 4,096
mono files or 2,048 stereo files.
You can check the total number
from the Property display (page
103).
• Only import Wave data having the
following frequencies: 96000 Hz,
88000 Hz, 48000 Hz, 44100 Hz,
32000 Hz, 22050 Hz or 11025 Hz.
Otherwise, the data may not play
back at the correct pitch.
10 Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
The file properties for the audio data are shown for confirmation purposes.
11 At the prompt, press the [YES] LCD button ([F] button).
To cancel, press the [NO] LCD button ([G] button).
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12 Set the parameters.
NOTE
From this display, you can set a number of parameters related to how the sound will be
mapped to the keyboard:
• The Fixed Pitch, Center Key and
Wave Volume cannot be changed
after performing the next step. If
you want to change the parameters after the next step, you will
need to import the data again.
FIXED PITCH
When this is set to ON, all keys will play the wave sound at the same pitch. When set to OFF,
the pitch of the wave sound changes according to the key played, based around the original
pitch (set at Center Key below).
CENTER KEY
This determines the key to which the original pitch of the sound is assigned. When Fixed Pitch
(above) is set to OFF, keys below the Center Key play the sound progressively lower in pitch,
while keys above play the sound progressively higher. Normally, you’ll want to make sure that
this is the same as the original sound; for example, if the original pitch of the audio was at C3,
set Center Key to C3 for best results. When Fixed Pitch (above) is set to ON, this has no effect.
START KEY
This determines the lowest key at which the wave will sound. Use this with End Key (see Step
12 below) to set the key range for the wave.
WAVE VOLUME
This determines the playback volume for the specific wave. Normally, this should be set to the
maximum (127); however, you can use it to adjust the level balance among multiple sounds in
the Element.
You can change the key settings (Center Key and Start Key) in three ways:
• By using the corresponding upper/lower LCD buttons (button pairs [3] and [5]).
• By using the DATA ENTRY dial (after pressing one of the corresponding [2]–[5]
LCD buttons)
• By simultaneously holding down the [DIRECT KEY] LCD button ([2] or [4] button)
and pressing the desired key on the keyboard.
13 Press the [EXECUTE] LCD button ([H] button).
From the KEY MAPPING display you can set:
WAVE
This is only available when more than one wave has been imported. With multiple waves available, you can select the desired one for editing.
START KEY
This determines the lowest key at which the wave will sound. Use this with End Key (below) to
set the key range for the wave.
END KEY
This determines the highest key at which the wave will sound. Use this with Start Key (above)
to set the key range for the wave.
You can change the settings in three ways:
• By using the corresponding upper/lower LCD buttons.
• By using the [DATA ENTRY] dial (after pressing one of the corresponding [1]–[7]
LCD buttons)
• By simultaneously holding down the [DIRECT KEY] LCD button and pressing the
desired key on the keyboard.
When you want to delete Wave, select the Wave to be deleted from the “WAVE” parameter in the KEY MAPPING display and press the [DELETE WAVE] LCD button.
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14 Edit the voice by using the Voice Set parameters.
Before saving, edit the parameters of your new voice.
1) Press the [EXIT] button to show the WAVE IMPORT display.
2) Press the [VOICE SET] LCD button ([E] button).
For details on the Voice Set parameters, refer to the section “Editing a Voice” on
page 91.
3) Press the [EXIT] button to show the WAVE IMPORT display again.
15 Save and assign the newly created voice.
Press the [SAVE] LCD button ([J] button). The Save operation is actually a two-step
process:
CAUTION
• The created voice will be lost if
you change to another voice or
you turn the power off without
executing the save operation.
Make sure to execute the save
operation.
Step 1—Save the voice to a storage device
This step ensures that the data will be available, even in the event of a power failure
or accidental shut down.
1) Press the [SAVE FILE] LCD button ([G] button).
2) Select the location and folder, using the [TAB] buttons and LCD buttons. Create
a folder if necessary by pressing the [FOLDER] LCD button (lower [7] button).
3) Press the [SAVE] LCD button (lower [6] button).
4) Enter a name for the voice. (See page 76.)
5) Press the [OK] LCD button (upper [8] button).
NOTE
• Each time you add a Wave to the
Element (or add an Element to the
voice), you should save the voice.
Simply keep the same name for
the voice, and overwrite the data
each time. (At the confirmation
prompt, select [YES] with the [F]
button.)
• Saving the voice to the USER
drive is not recommended since
the USER drive does not have
much memory space—only about
3 MB.
• Do not use any special characters
(umlaut, accent, etc.) in the voice
name.
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Step 2—Assign the voice to a Custom voice bank
This step assigns the saved voice to the Custom voice bank, letting you select and play
it in the same way you do with other voices. In this step, the link between the Custom
voice bank and the saved voice is actually stored.
1) Press the [ASSIGN BANK] LCD button ([J] button).
2) Select the desired location in the bank, using the LCD buttons. (Use the upper
LCD buttons [1]–[7] to select different pages in the bank.
3) Press the [ASSIGN] LCD button (lower [6] button).
4) The same voice name that you entered in the Save operation above is selected
automatically. Normally, you should keep this name. If you want to change it, see
page 76 for instructions on naming.
5) Press the [OK] LCD button (upper [8] button).
The voices which have been saved and assigned are automatically loaded to the
internal memory when the power of the instrument turned on. If the voice is contained in a USB storage device, automatic loading may not be possible because of
the time needed to recognize the device. If this happens, copy the voice to another
device and try it again.
16 Add waves to the selected element, if necessary.
Press the [EXIT] button to return to the WAVE IMPORT display and repeat steps 6–
15. Make sure to save your voice data each time you make changes to it.
NOTE
• When the available memory
space has been taken up with
large amounts of audio data, you
may want to delete large Custom
voices to create space, yet not
know which voices are large and
taking up much space. In general,
the longer the playback time of a
Custom voice or the more WAVEs
the voice has, the more memory
space it takes up. If possible
delete these larger voices to free
up space.
Creating another Custom voice
When you create another Custom voice from scratch after creating one Custom voice, press one of
the voice category buttons (except for the Custom voice button) and press the [VOICE CREATOR]
button to select the WAVE IMPORT menu. If you select the WAVE IMPORT menu after creating a
Custom voice without selecting another voice, you cannot create another Custom voice—just add
another element in the current Custom voice.
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Editing a Custom Voice on the Tyros2—Voice Set
Once you’ve imported audio data and created a Custom voice with the Voice Creator features,
you can use the Voice Set function on the Tyros2 to finish editing your new voice. While Voice
Creator lets you import audio data and create the Elements for the voice, Voice Set provides all
of the other parameters that you need to customize the voice and make it ready for playing.
1
NOTE
• If you have a computer, you can
also use the Voice Editor software
to edit Custom voices. (For details,
see page 111.)
Select a Custom voice.
Press the [CUSTOM VOICE] button and select the desired voice.
2
Press the [VOICE SET] LCD button (upper [5] button), and use the
Voice Set controls to edit the voice.
For details on using Voice Set, see page 91.
NOTE
• If you save the data after setting
the Voice Set parameters, the
saved file contains only the Voice
Set parameter settings and the
path of the original voice—and
does not contain the voice data
itself. This means that if you
change the location of the original
voice, the saved file will sound a
different voice.
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Editing a Custom Voice Bank—Custom Voice Bank Edit
This function lets you organize the voices in the Custom voice bank, renaming them, changing
their location within in the bank, or even deleting them if desired.
1
Press the [VOICE CREATOR] button to call up the Voice Creator.
2
Call up the CUSTOM VOICE BANK EDIT menu by pressing the [B]
button.
3
Select the NORMAL or DRUM tab, and select the desired page
within the Custom voice bank.
All available Custom voices will be shown. Use the [TAB] buttons to select the voice
type (Normal or Drum), and use the LCD buttons to select the desired page, if necessary.
The Normal folder contains the voices which are used to play the keyboard. The Drum
folder contains the voices which are used in playing back styles. You cannot create the
DRUM voices by editing the Wave data; you can only create them by editing the drum
voices in the PRESET drive. You can use the DRUM voices by replacing them in styles
from the CHANNEL ON/OFF display (page 37).
4
Use the controls in the display to rename and reorganize the voices
in the bank as desired.
When you reorganize voices in this display, you are simply organizing the paths of the
voices, not copying or moving the voices themselves.
For reloading the Custom voice bank.
This is used when the links of the voices are broken. For
example, when you open this display without connecting the
USB storage device which contains the assigned Custom
voice, a “Not Found!” message appears along with the voice
name. If this happens, connect the appropriate USB storage device and reload the Custom voice bank.
Calls up the Property popup display for the selected voice.
(Page 103)
See pages 74–76.
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■ Property display ............................................................................................................
This closes the Property display and returns to
the Custom Voice Bank Edit display.
This optimizes the DIMMs by defragmenting the wave file information in the memory. After defragmenting, the WAVE RAM
size will be reduced.
When the “memory full” prompt appears, use this Property display to find out which
voices are taking up large amounts of memory space and should be deleted or moved.
● Memory Status
WAVE RAM
Memory size of the optionally installed DIMMs. After installing the
DIMMs, the pre-installed memory (4 MB) is invalid and cannot be accessed.
VOICE EDIT RAM
Size of the internal memory for the Voice Creator. Since this is used for
the structure of the Custom voices, voices which contain many elements or wave data will greatly decrease this amount. This memory
cannot be expanded. A maximum of 1,024 KB is available.
WAVE COUNT
Total number of the wave files. A maximum of 4,096 mono files or
2,048 stereo files is available.
WAVEFORM COUNT
Total number of Waveforms. The term Waveform refers to a set of
wave assignment information. A maximum of 512 waveforms is available.
● File Property
NAME
Name of the file.
PATH
Location of the file.
VOICE SIZE
Size of the Custom voice.
WAVE SIZE
Total wave size in the voice.
WAVE COUNT
WAVEFORM COUNT
See Memory Status list above.
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Loading a single Custom Voice to the Tyros2—Individual Load
This operation allows you to load a single Custom voice to the Custom voice bank in the instrument for playing or editing.
1
Press the [VOICE CREATOR] button to call up the Voice Creator.
2
Call up the INDIVIDUAL LOAD menu by pressing the [C] button.
3
Select the location or device containing the desired Custom voice
by using the [TAB] buttons.
If, for example, you have a hard disk drive installed and a USB storage device connected
to the Tyros2, there will be three choices: USER, HD1, and USB1.
4
Select the desired Custom voice by pressing the corresponding
LCD button.
All available Custom voices at the location will be shown. Use the LCD buttons to select
the desired page, if necessary. The selected voice name is highlighted.
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5
Select the destination for the voice.
The Custom voice bank appears, letting you select a specific location for the individual
voice. Use the upper LCD buttons to select the desired page, if necessary.
6
Press the [ASSIGN] LCD button (lower [6] button).
7
Enter a name for the voice, if desired.
If a Custom voice with the same name already exists in the bank, you’ll need to enter a
new name for the voice. For specific instructions on naming, see page 76.
8
Press the [OK] LCD button (upper [8] button).
To cancel, press the [CANCEL] LCD button (lower [8] button).
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NOTE
• File loading may take as little as a
couple of seconds or as long as a
few minutes, depending on how
much data is contained in the
voice.
When you press the [CUSTOM VOICE] button, the newly loaded
Custom voice will be available.
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Loading a Custom Voice Library to the Tyros2—Library Load
This operation lets you recall the Custom voices you’ve saved to a Library file (in Library Save
on page 108), and load them to the Tyros2.
1
Press the [VOICE CREATOR] button to call up the Voice Creator.
2
Call up the LIBRARY LOAD menu by pressing the [D] button.
3
Select the location or device containing the desired Custom voice
Library by using the [TAB] buttons.
If, for example, you have a hard disk drive installed and a USB storage device connected
to the Tyros2, there will be three choices: USER, HD1, and USB1.
4
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Select the desired Library file by pressing the corresponding LCD
button.
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5
Load the library file.
If the instrument does not contain library files, the selected file is automatically loaded.
If the instrument contains library files, a “Load” prompt appears.
YES
Current Custom voices are replaced with the ones in the library file one
by one.
YES ALL
Current Custom voices are replaced with all of the voices in the library
file. You can use this after replacing some voices one by one by using
“YES” and replace all the rest.
NO
The displayed voice in the prompt will not be replaced.
CANCEL
Cancels loading the library file.
6
Press the [EXIT] button repeatedly to return to the MAIN display.
7
When you press the [CUSTOM VOICE] button, the newly loaded
Custom voices will be available.
NOTE
• File loading may take several minutes, depending on how many
Custom voices are in the Library
and how much data they contain.
Do not turn off the power or disconnect any devices during this
operation.
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Saving your Custom Voices to a Library—Library Save
Once you’ve created some Custom voices, you’ll want to keep them together in a Library file.
Library Save lets you create a Library file for storing your Custom voices and keeping them
organized for future use.
1
Press the [VOICE CREATOR] button to call up the Voice Creator.
2
Call up the LIBRARY SAVE menu by pressing the [E] button.
3
Select the NORMAL or DRUM tab.
The Normal folder contains the voices which are used to play the keyboard. The Drum
folder contains the voices which are used in playing back styles. You cannot create the
DRUM voices by editing the Wave data; you can only create them by editing the drum
voices in the PRESET drive. You can use the DRUM voices by replacing them in styles
from the CHANNEL ON/OFF display (page 37).
4
Select the desired Custom voice.
All available Custom voices will be shown. Use the LCD buttons to select the desired
page, if necessary. The selected voice name is highlighted.
You can continue to select additional Custom voices here, as many as desired—even a
mixture of Normal and Drum voices. If multiple pages (tabs) are shown at the bottom,
you can select voices from these displays, too.
To select all available Custom voices, press the [ALL] LCD button (lower [6] button).
When you select [ALL], all voices both in the NORMAL and DRUM tabs will be
selected.
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5
Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
6
Select the destination for saving the data by using the [TAB] buttons.
If, for example, you have a hard disk drive installed and a USB storage device connected
to the Tyros2, there will be three destination choices: USER, HD1, and USB1. Create a
folder if necessary by pressing the [FOLDER] LCD button (lower [7] button).
NOTE
• Even though the User drive can
be selected here, there is not
enough memory space in the
drive for storing Voice Creator
data. Make sure to use one of the
other destinations.
NOTE
7
Press the [SAVE] LCD button (lower [6] button).
8
Enter the desired name for the Library file and press the [OK] LCD
button (upper [8] button).
Checking the storage capacity
• Before attempting to store data to
the selected storage destination,
you may want to check to see if
there is enough available memory
space for the operation. Pressing
the [PROPERTY] LCD button
(lower [8] button) here calls up the
Property display for the selected
storage location/device, and
shows the overall capacity as well
as the amount of free space available for storing your data.
For specific instructions on naming, see page 76.
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At the “Save” prompt, press the [ALL DATA] LCD button ([F] button)
to save all selected Custom voices to the specified destination.
Alternately, press the [ALIAS] LCD button ([G] button) to save an Alias marker for the
data (see below), or press the [CANCEL] LCD button ([H] button) to cancel the operation.
● ALL DATA ........Saves all of the selected data to the specified location. In this operation, two kinds of data are saved—that of Library files and the
selected Custom voices. These two kinds of files are saved to the
same drive but are shown in different Open/Save displays.
Example of saving a library file with the “ALL DATA” selection to hard disk,
using the Custom voices in a USB storage device
Custom voice files
USB
Custom voice files (Open/Save display)
Save with the
“ALL DATA” selection
HD
A
F
B
G
F
C
H
I
D
I
E
J
NOTE
• The Library file contains the path
of the Custom voices. Therefore, if
you move or delete the voices
after creating the Library file, the
voices cannot be recalled from the
Library file. Moving the library file,
however, does not affect the
recalling of voices.
NOTE
• When you save the library file
using ALL DATA, you should make
a new folder to save the library
because the Custom voices are
mixed with the existing voices in
the destination drive.
C
Library file (Open/Save display)
HD
Library
● ALIAS ...............Saves only Alias markers (shortcuts) of the selected data to the
specified location. This lets you save multiple Libraries of your voice
data and make multiple folders containing different collections of your
voices, without taking up additional memory space on the drive. As
long as the voice data exists in one location on the drive, you can
save an Alias that will recall that data.
NOTE
• When you save a voice to some
libraries by using ALIAS and edit
the voice, the edit you perform
affects all libraries which include
the edited voice.
Example of saving a library file with the “ALIAS” selection, using the Custom
voices in a USB storage device
Custom voice files
Library file (Open/Save display)
USB
HD
A
F
B
G
C
H
D
I
E
J
Save with the
“ALIAS” selection
Library
Paths of the
selected files.
● CANCEL ...........Cancels the save operation.
To confirm whether or not the Library data was properly saved:
1) Go to the main Voice Creator display (press the [VOICE CREATOR] button if necessary).
2) Call up the LIBRARY LOAD menu by pressing the [D] button.
3) Select the appropriate storage location with the [TAB] buttons. (For example, if you saved the data to
a USB device, make sure the device is connected and select “USB1.”)
The Library file you saved should appear in the display.
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Editing a Custom Voice on your computer—Voice Editor
Once you’ve created a Custom voice with the Voice Creator features, you can transfer that voice
to a computer and use the comprehensive Voice Editor software (included on the CD-ROM) to
edit all the parameters from your computer. The voices you create can be saved to the PRESET
drive on the Tyros2 as Custom voices, and can be called up any time by pressing the [CUSTOM
VOICE] button. After installing the software, edit voices by following the steps below.
1
Turn the computer’s power on, then turn the Tyros2’s power on.
2
Start Voice Editor on the computer.
The Custom Voice Edit Mode display is shown in the instrument. If this display does
not appear, press the [VOICE CREATOR] button and select “Custom Voice Edit via
PC” to show this display.
The Voice Editor can only be used when this display is shown.
3
Edit the voice parameters on the computer to create your original
voice.
For details, refer to the Voice Editor documentation on the included CD-ROM.
4
When you’ve finished editing, save and assign the edited voice on
the Tyros2.
5
Exit the Voice Editor.
6
Press the [CUSTOM VOICE] button and play your Custom voice.
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Song Playback
Quick Guide on page 43
The song playback features of the Tyros2 let you play MIDI song (sequence) data. This includes commercially available song data on floppy disk (GM- or XG-compatible), and performances you’ve recorded yourself with the Song
Recording features (page 55) and saved to one of the drives. In addition, the Tyros2 can display music notation and
lyrics, and you can use the sophisticated Guide functions to practice the keyboard and your singing as well.
This section explains detailed settings about song playback that are not covered in “Quick Guide.”
Displaying Music Notation
To view the music notation of the selected song, press the [SCORE] button. This lets you read the music while the
song plays back. That’s not all, though; there’s much more you can do:
• Read the score while the song is stopped and practice it on your own.
• Use the notation to practice playing just the melody part, while the accompaniment provides the backing.
Simply turn off the right-hand part (channel) from the display.
• If the song has lyric data, you can read the lyrics from the display and sing along while the song plays.
Connect a microphone and you can even have your voice mixed with the song as it plays.
• With the sophisticated Guide features, you can let the Tyros2 “teach” you how to play the song properly—
and even how to sing it with the correct pitches.
Basic Procedure (Score)
1
2
Select a song.
As the song plays back, a red
“ball” bounces along through
the score, indicating the current position.
Press the [SCORE] button.
NOTE
• The displayed notation is generated by the
Tyros2 based on the song MIDI data. As a
result, it may not be exactly the same as commercially available sheet music of the same
song—especially when displaying notation of
complicated passages or many short notes.
• Some song data has been recorded with special “free tempo” settings. For such song data,
the tempo, beat, measure and music notation
will not be displayed correctly.
• If all of the notes in a certain measure cannot
fit in one line, the measure is extended to the
next line.
• The notation functions cannot be used to create song data by inputting notes. For information on creating song data, see page 127.
• You can increase the number of measures that
will be displayed by decreasing the other items
to be displayed (parts, lyrics, chords, etc.).
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To select different pages, use the
[TAB] buttons.
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Set the parameters of the
view type as required.
5
Set the detailed parameters of the
view type as required.
NOTE
• An optional foot pedal can also be
used to turn pages (page 189).
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■ Notation View parameters (Step #4 on the previous page)
LEFT
Enables/disables display of the left-hand key range. Depending on other settings,
this parameter may be unavailable and may appear grayed out. If this is the case,
go to the detailed setting display (described below; step #4 on the previous page)
and set the LEFT CH. parameter below to any channel except “AUTO.” Or, go to
the [FUNCTION] → SONG SETTING display (page 118) and set the LEFT parameter to any channel except “OFF.” RIGHT (next parameter) and LEFT cannot be
turned off at the same time.
RIGHT
Enables/disables display of the right-hand key range. Channel 1 is automatically
selected when the LEFT CH. parameter below is set to any channel except “AUTO”
or [RIGHT] is set to [OFF] from the [FUNCTION] → SONG SETTING display (page
118). RIGHT and LEFT (above) cannot be turned off at the same time.
CHORD
Enables/disables display of the chords. If the selected song does not contain chord
data, chords are not displayed.
LYRICS
Enables/disables display of the lyrics. If the selected song does not contain lyric
data, lyrics are not displayed.
NOTE
Enables/disables display of the note name (pitch). The note name is indicated at
the left of the note. When the space between the notes is too small, the indication
may be moved to the top left of the note.
COLOR
When this is set to ON, the notes in the display appear in color (C: red, D: yellow,
E: green, F: orange, G: blue, A: purple, and B: gray).
SIZE
Determines the display resolution (or zoom level) of the notation.
■ Notation View detailed parameters (Step #5 on the previous page)
Determines which MIDI channel in the song data is used for the left-hand/righthand part. This setting returns to AUTO when a different song is selected.
LEFT CH (channel)/RIGHT
CH (channel)
AUTO
The MIDI channels in the song data for the right- and left-hand parts are assigned automatically—setting the parts to the same channel as the channel
which is specified in the [FUNCTION] → SONG SETTING display (page 118).
1-16
Assigns the specified MIDI channel (1–16) to each of the left- and right-hand
parts.
OFF (LEFT CH only)
No channel assignment—this disables display of the left-hand key range.
KEY SIGNATURE
This lets you enter key signature changes in the middle of a song, at the stopped
position. This menu is useful when the selected song contains no key signature
settings for displaying notation.
QUANTIZE
This gives you control over the note resolution in the notation, letting you shift or
correct the timing of all displayed notes so that they line up to a particular note
value. Make sure to select the smallest note value which is used in the song.
Selects the type of the note name indicated at the left of the note in the notation
from among the following three types. The settings here are available when the
NOTE parameter above is set to ON.
NOTE NAME
A, B, C
Note names are indicated as letters (C, D, E, F, G, A, B).
FIXED DO
Note names are indicated in solfeggio and differ depending on the selected
language (page 23).
English ............ Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti
German ........... Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si
French ............. Ut Re Mi Fa Sol La Si
Spanish ........... Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si
Italian............... Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si
MOVABLE DO
Note names are indicated in solfeggio according to the scale intervals, and as
such are relative to the key. The root note is indicated as Do. For example, in
the key of G major the root note of Sol would be indicated as Do. As with “Fixed
Do,” the indication differs depending on the selected language.
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Displaying Lyrics
If the selected song has lyric data, you can have the lyrics shown in the display by pressing the [LYRICS/TEXT]
button. The Lyrics feature offers a number of useful possibilities:
• The phrases to be sung are highlighted in time with the music, making it easy to follow the words and sing
along with the song. Connect a microphone and you can even have your voice mixed with the song accompaniment as it plays.
• Connect an external monitor to the Tyros2, and you can have the lyrics displayed on the monitor—for
group sing-alongs and the like. You can even set the Tyros2 so that the lyrics are shown on the monitor
while the LCD of the instrument displays a different operation or function. (Select [FUNCTION] →
SCREEN OUT.)
Basic Procedure (Lyrics)
1
Select a song.
2
3
As the song plays
back, the lyrics are
shown in succession
in the LCD display.
To select different pages, use the
[TAB] buttons.
NOTE
• An optional foot pedal can also be
used to turn pages (page 189).
Press the [LYRICS/TEXT] button.
Various text-related settings can be made from this display.
TEXT
Switches the screen to the Text display. For more on the Text display, see “Displaying Text” on
page 115.
TEXT FILE
Calls up the Open/Save display for selecting a text file. After setting, press the [EXIT] button to
return back to the Lyrics display. For more on the Text display, see “Displaying Text” on
page 115.
BACKGROUND
This lets you change the background picture of the Lyrics display. The Open/Save display is
called up, letting you select a picture file via this parameter. After making the setting, press the
[EXIT] button to return back to the Lyrics display.
NOTE
• The language used for lyrics display depends on the particular lyric data. If the lyrics are garbled
or unreadable, you can remedy this by changing the “LYRICS LANGUAGE” setting from the
[FUNCTION] → SONG SETTING display.
• When the background color is specified in the song data, the BACKGROUND setting cannot be
changed.
• If the selected song does not contain lyric data, lyrics are not displayed.
• If the selected song contains chord data, chord names are displayed with the lyrics.
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Displaying Text
This feature lets you show text files (created on a computer) in the display of the Tyros2, opening up a number of
useful possibilities:
• You can input and show the lyrics, even if the song does not contain lyrics data.
• You can show any kind of text—not only lyrics, but also lyrics with chord names, notes or tips.
• Connect an external monitor to the Tyros2 and you can have the text displayed on the monitor as can be
done in the Lyrics display.
Basic Procedure (Text)
1
Connect the
device containing the text file
to be shown in
the display.
4
2
Press the [LYRICS/TEXT]
button.
3
Press the [5]/[6]
buttons.
Select a text file and
display the text.
If the text is long, use
the [TAB] buttons to
turn pages.
NOTE
• An optional foot pedal
can also be used to turn
pages (page 189).
The following additional settings are available in the TEXT display:
LYRICS
Switches the screen to the Lyrics display.
CLEAR
Clears the text from the screen (the text data itself is not erased). Use this function when you
want to clear the text from the display—both the display of the instrument and a connected
monitor.
FIXED 16PROPORTIONAL 28
Determines the text type (fixed or proportional) and font size. Fixed is suitable for displaying
lyrics with chord names, since the positions of chord names are “fixed” to the corresponding
lyrics. Proportional is suitable for displaying lyrics without chord names or explanatory notes.
The numbers 16-28 indicate font sizes.
BACKGROUND
Allows changing of the background picture of the text display, as in the Lyrics display described
above. The background setting is common for both the Lyrics display and Text display.
NOTE
• Line feed (or “carriage return”) is not automatically done in the instrument. If a sentence is not displayed in its entirety because of limitations in the screen space, execute the line feed on your computer.
• When the background color is specified in the song data, the BACKGROUND setting cannot be
changed.
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About Text Data
You can use the following text data in this instrument.
• Simple text files, with the extension .txt.
• Maximum size is 60 KB.
• Line feed and page breaks can be displayed.
• Based on the ISO-8859-1 Latin1 character set.
Displaying the Lyrics/Text on an external monitor
The Tyros2 can be directly connected to an external monitor, letting you display the lyrics and chords of your song
data or text which you’ve created on a large screen. There are two kinds of output connectors—RGB OUT and
VIDEO OUT. Connect a computer monitor to the RGB OUT terminal and television or video monitor to the
VIDEO OUT jack. The RGB OUT terminal delivers higher resolution than the VIDEO OUT jack.
1
Connect a monitor to the RGB OUT terminal or VIDEO OUT jack of the Tyros2
(page 16).
2
3
Turn on the monitor and the Tyros2.
Set the MONITOR TYPE and SCREEN CONTENT from the [FUNCTION] →
SCREEN OUT display (page 188).
When the SCREEN CONTENT parameter is
set to “LYRICS/TEXT,” only the lyrics of the
song or text are output via RGB OUT/VIDEO
OUT, regardless of the display that is called up
on the instrument itself. This lets you select
other displays and still have the lyrics or text
shown on the external monitor.
Monitor
4
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Play the song by following the Basic Procedure (Lyrics/Text) on pages 114
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Song Position
The Tyros2 provides the following song position features.
• The current song position is indicated on the Main display as measure/beat number during playback—letting you easily see where you
are in the song.
• Pressing the [FF] or [REW] button automatically calls up a pop-up window showing the current measure number (or Phrase Mark
number) in the display.
For Songs not containing Phrase Marks
For Songs containing Phrase Mark
Indicates the current measure in
song playback.
This menu appears only when the song data contains Phrase Marks.
You can switch between BAR and PHRASE MARK by pressing the [E] button.
When this is set to PHRASE MARK, you can use the [FF] or [REW] buttons to
navigate through the Phrase Marks in the song.
• You can put Song Position markers in the song data using the [SP1]–[SP4] buttons (page 44). This not only lets you navigate quickly
and easily through a song, but also lets you set up convenient playback loops.
■ Song Position Marker .....................................................................................................................................
This section covers two additional Marker-related features and details. For basic information on using the Markers for
jump playback and loop playback, refer to page 44 in the Quick Guide.
● Jump Markers
The Markers explained in the Quick Guide on page 44 are also called “Jump Markers.” They can be set in the song data by pressing the
[SP1]–[SP4] buttons. In the Event List display of the Song Creator (page 133), they are indicated as “SPJ-01”–“SPJ-04.” In the Event
List, they can be moved freely to other positions and can even copied to create identical Marker numbers at other positions. When the
same Marker number is contained at different locations in the song, the latest occuring one is used as an Loop End Marker (below).
● Loop End Marker
Loop End Markers can be used for putting additional Markers in song data, providing even greater versatility. Creating a Loop End
Marker is done within the Event List (and not with the [SP1]–[SP4] buttons on the panel), by simply copying one “SPJ” Jump Marker
event to another position in the song.
For basic information on loop playback between successive Jump Markers, refer to page 45 in the Quick Guide.
The examples below show how Loop End Markers can be used in song playback.
Copied within
the Event List
Top of the
song
[SPJ-01]
[SPJ-01]
NOTE
Copied event becomes
Loop End Marker
[SPJ-02]
[SPJ-03]
End of the
song
[SPJ-04]
If the song is playing back between the two SPJ-01 points, turning on [LOOP] will result in a playback
loop between those points.
If the song is playing back between the second SPJ-01 and SPJ-02 and [LOOP] is turned on, playback
jumps back to the first SPJ-01 and loops between two SPJ-01 points.
Copied within
the Event List
Top of the
song
[SPJ-01]
[SPJ-02]
Copied event becomes Loop
End Marker
[SPJ-01]
[SPJ-03]
End of the
song
[SPJ-04]
• Loop playback problems may occur if
successive Markers are too close to
one another.
• When the effect settings of the jump
destination (the position you’re jumping to) differ from those at the jump
source, glitches or drop-outs in the
sound may result. This is because of
limitations in the effect processors of
the Tyros2.
• When using the Guide function (the
[GUIDE] lamp is on) with jump playback, keep in mind that the Guide
indication may not be able to stay in
time with the jumps.
If the song is playing back between SPJ-02 and the second SPJ-01, turning on
[LOOP] will result in a playback loop between those points.
If the song is playing back between the second SPJ-01 and SPJ-03 and
[LOOP] is turned on, playback jumps back to SPJ-02 and loops between SPJ02 and the second SPJ-01 (Loop End Marker).
If the [LOOP] button is turned on while the song is playing back between the top
of the song and SPJ-02, playback will loop between SPJ-01 and SPJ-02.
In the examples above, the actual data of the Loop End Marker is identical to the event it was copied from—only the location of the
copied Marker provides it with this different function.
In song playback, the markers formatted as “SPJ-xxxxx” (xxxxx: any character except 01–04 and any number of letters is OK) are
handled as Loop End Markers. Since the Event List in the Song Creator function does not let you freely name Markers, the instructions
above are recommended for creating new Markers. However, with sequence software on a computer, you can create new Markers and
assign appropriate names to them. By naming Markers in this way, you can easily distinguish between Loop End Markers and Jump
Markers in the Event List.
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Song Playback Related Parameters
The Tyros2 has a variety of song playback functions—which can be accessed by pressing [FUNCTION] → SONG
SETTING.
• Listen to (or practice along with) your favorite song repeatedly—with Repeat Playback.
• Play back all of the songs in a particular folder—repeatedly or at random—for your listening pleasure.
• Play back all of the songs in all of the folders. Each of the SONG [I]–[VI] buttons has wealth of songs—
put them all together and you’ve got a lot of music you can play repeatedly or at random.
If you want, you can interupt this automatic jukebox at any time and select a song for playback by using the [NEXT/
CANCEL] LCD button in the song selection (Open/Save) display. Simply enter the number of the song you want
to hear next. and it will be put in the rotation.
Here, the settings on the [FUNCTION] → SONG SETTING display and the Open/Save display for songs are
explained together with the points above.
Song Setting—Basic Procedure
1
2
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
3
Set the desired parameters
(next page).
Press the [SONG SETTING]LCD button.
Selects one of the Guide menus (page 49).
Sets the repeat
playback method of
the song.
Turns Quick Start on/off.
Determines the MIDI channel of each parameter.
Determines the language of the
displayed lyrics.
Next/Cancel—Basic Procedure
118
1
While a song is playing back, call up the Open/Save display for songs.
2
Press the desired song LCD button so that the NEXT mark appears inside the file box
indicating that the selected song has been set to play next. You can cancel this setting
by pressing the [NEXT/CANCEL] LCD button and selecting another song.
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The following parameters can be set in step #3 in “Basic Procedure” on page 118.
■ Repeat Playback parameters
Determines the method of repeat playback.
REPEAT MODE
OFF
Plays through the selected song, then stops.
SINGLE
Plays through the selected song repeatedly.
ALL
Continues playback through all the songs in the specified folder repeatedly.
RANDOM
Continues playback at random through all the songs in the specified folder repeatedly.
Determines the directory in which the songs are played in sequence when the REPEAT MODE is set to “ALL” or “RANDOM.” Here, the directory refers to the path
(page 78) memorized to each of the SONG [I]–[VI] buttons.
REPEAT FOLDER
PHRASE MARK REPEAT
CURRENT
Sequentially plays all songs in the directory containing the currently selected
song, starting with the currently selected song.
ALL
Sequentially plays all songs in all directories (memorized to the SONG [I]–[VI]
buttons. Playback starts with the currently selected song, then the remainder
of the songs in the current directory, followed by the songs in the other directories.
Phrase Mark is a pre-programmed part of some song data, which specifies a certain location (set of measures) in the song. When this is on, the section corresponding to the specified Phrase Mark number is repeatedly played back (page 117)
■ MIDI Channel parameters
LEFT CH
This parameter is available when the AUTO CH SET below is set to “OFF.” This
parameter determines which MIDI channel in the song data is assigned to the Lefthand part of the Guide function and the Song Score function.
RIGHT CH
This parameter is available when the AUTO CH SET below is set to OFF. This
parameter determines which MIDI channel in the song data is assigned to the
Right-hand part of the Guide function and the Song Score function.
AUTO CH SET
When set to “ON,” this automatically sets the proper MIDI channels for the Rightand Left hand parts preprogramed in the commercially available song data. Normally, this should be set to “ON.” If this is set to “OFF,” the LEFT CH and RIGHT
CH parameters above are available.
■ Lyric Display parameters
Determines the language of the displayed lyrics.
LYRICS LANGUAGE
AUTO
When the language is specified in the song data, the lyrics are displayed accordingly. When the language is not specified in the song data, the lyrics language is regarded as INTERNATIONAL below.
JAPANESE
Handles the displayed lyrics as Japanese.
INTERNATIONAL
Handles the displayed lyrics as a western language.
■ Quick Start parameter
QUICK START
On some commercially available song data, certain settings related to the song
(such as voice selection, volume, etc.) are recorded to the first measure, before the
actual note data. When Quick Start is set to “ON,” the Tyros2 reads all initial nonnote data of the song at the highest possible speed, then automatically slows down
to the appropriate tempo at the first note. This allows you to start playback as quickly as possible, with a minimum pause for reading of data.
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Playing Backing Parts with the performance assistant Technology
This feature makes it exceptionally easy to play the backing parts along with Song playback.
1
Select a Song (page 43).
2
Press the [P. A. T.] button to turn the feature on.
3
Press the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback.
4
Play the keyboard.
The instrument automatically matches your performance on the keyboard to the Song
playback and chords, no matter what keys you play. It even changes the sound according
to the way you play. Try playing in the three different ways below.
● Playing the left and right
hand together (method 1).
Play three notes at the
same time with your
right hand.
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● Playing the left and right
hand together (method 2).
● Playing the left hand and
right hand alternately.
Play several notes one after
the other with different fingers of your right hand.
5
Press the SONG CONTROL [STOP] button to stop playback.
6
Press the [P. A. T.] button again to turn the feature off.
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• Before using performance assistant technology
To use the performance assistant
technology, the Song must contain
chord data. If the Song contains this
data, the current chord name will be
displayed in the Main display during
Song playback, letting you easily
check whether the Song contains
chord data or not.
Play three notes at the
same time with your
right hand.
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Quick Guide on pages 55–58
This section explains operations not covered in the Quick Guide, including Step Recording and re-recording or editing
existing song data. For basic information on recording a song using Quick Recording and Multi Recording, refer to the
Quick Guide.
Realtime Recording and Step Recording
You can record your keyboard performance as MIDI data in two different ways: Realtime and Step.
● Realtime Recording This method records performance data in real time, overwriting any data already present in the destination
channel. The new data replaces the previous data. This method is covered in the “Quick Guide.”
● Step Recording
This method lets you compose your performance by “writing” it down one event at a time. This is a nonrealtime, manual recording method—similar to writing music notation onto paper. By using the Event List
(pages 125, 127, 133), you can input notes, chords and other events one by one.
Punch In/Out
Page 122
This Realtime recording method lets you re-record only over a specific area of the already-recorded song.
Data between the Punch In point and the Punch Out point is overwritten with the material recorded. Keep in mind that the parts before and after
the Punch In/Out section are not recorded over—they play back normally to guide you in and out of the recording.
You can specify the Punch In and Punch Out points as measure numbers beforehand for automatic operation, or manually execute the Punch
In/Out recording by using a Foot Pedal or simply by playing the keyboard.
Set the Punch In/Out related parameters on the [DIGITAL RECORDING] → SONG CREATOR → REC MODE display and re-record the
already-recorded song by following the instructions described in the “Quick Guide.”
Step Recording using the Event List
Pages 125, 127, 133
Song data is made up of various recorded MIDI events, including global events for the entire song and specific events for each channel. The
MIDI Event List is a useful Song Creator tool that arranges all events in a song in chronological order (in measures, beats, clocks), and allows
you to make detailed changes to those events. Among the events included are:
• Chord/Section ..............................These style playback events let you enter Chords and Sections (Intro, Main, Ending, and so on).
• MIDI channel (1–16) data............Channel-specific events, such as note on/off, program change (voice number), control change messages (including volume and pan of the Mixing Console settings), and pitch bend
• System Exclusive Messages.........Events that affect all channels, such as tempo and beat (time signature)
• Lyrics............................................Song Lyric data
Remember that you can also use Realtime Recording to re-record a song that has already been created with Step Recording.
Basic Procedure (Song Creator)
1
Select an already-recorded
song or a new song (page 55).
2
Press the [DIGITAL
RECORDING] button.
3
Press the [SONG CREATOR]
LCD button.
NOTE
• From the Song Creator display you can fast-forward or rewind through the song as
desired—letting you quickly navigate to and check different sections of the song.
Re-record the song by following the instructions
(from step #2 to end) in the
Quick Guide.
Determines the Punch In/Out settings
on this page if you wish to re-record the
already-recorded song.
4
This page lets you edit the already-recorded
song data by converting for each channel.
These pages let you create
the song data by using the
MIDI event list.
CAUTION
After completing the song creation,
make sure to execute the Save operation. The recorded song will be lost if you
change to another song or you turn the
power off without executing the save
operation.
The operations corresponding to step #4 are covered in the following page.
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Record Mode Settings (Setting up for Re-recording)
The following parameters can be set when you call up the REC MODE page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure. Set the parameters
below and press the [REC] button to re-record an existing song by following the instructions (from step #2 to end) in the “Quick
Guide.”
■ REC START settings .................................................................................................................................
NORMAL
Pressing the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button or playing the keyboard with [SYNC
START] on starts overwrite recording.
FIRST KEY ON
The song plays back normally, then starts overwrite recording as soon as you play the keyboard.
PUNCH IN AT
The song plays back normally up to the indicated Punch In measure, then starts overwrite recording at the specified Punch In measure (set with the corresponding LCD button).
■ REC END settings......................................................................................................................................
REPLACE ALL
This deletes all data following the point at which recording is stopped.
PUNCH OUT
The song position at which recording is stopped is regarded as the Punch Out point. This setting
maintains all data following the point at which recording is stopped.
PUNCH OUT AT
Actual overwrite recording continues until the specified Punch Out measure (set with the corresponding LCD button), at which point recording stops and normal playback continues.
■ PEDAL PUNCH IN/OUT settings ..........................................................................................................
When this is set to ON, you can use Foot Pedal 2 to control the punch-in and punch-out points. While a song is playing
back, pressing (and holding) Foot Pedal 2 instantly enables Punch In recording, while releasing the pedal stops
recording (Punch Out). You can press and release Foot Pedal 2 as often as you want during playback to punch in/out
of overwrite recording. Note that the current function assignment of the sostenuto pedal is cancelled when the Pedal
Punch In/ Out function is set to ON.
Examples for re-recording depending on the REC MODE settings
The Tyros2 features several different ways you can re-record or replace a specific section of an already recorded
channel. The illustrations below indicate a variety of situations in which selected measures in an eight-measure
phrase are re-recorded.
REC START setting
REC END setting
NORMAL
REPLACE ALL
NORMAL
PUNCH OUT
NORMAL
PUNCH OUT AT=006
FIRST KEY ON
REPLACE ALL
FIRST KEY ON
PUNCH OUT
FIRST KEY ON
PUNCH OUT AT=006
PUNCH IN AT=003
REPLACE ALL
PUNCH IN AT=003
PUNCH OUT
PUNCH IN AT=003
PUNCH OUT AT=006
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Original data
1
2
3
4
Start overwrite
recording *1
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
Play back
original data
1
Play back
original data
1
Play back
original data
1
5
*1 To avoid overwriting measures 1–2,
start recording from measure 3.
*2 To stop recording, press the [REC]
button at the end of measure 5.
Deleted
5
6
7
8
2
3
2
3
4
3
4
7
8
3
4
3
4
3
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
Deleted
Stop recording *2
4
5
6
7
8
Stop overwrite recording/
play original data
Start overwrite recording
2
Deleted
Stop recording *2
Start overwrite recording
2
5
Stop overwrite recording/
play original data
Start overwrite recording
2
6
Stop recording *2
Play the keyboard to start
overwrite recording
2
5
Stop recording *2
Play the keyboard to start
overwrite recording
Play back
original data
8
Stop overwrite recording/
play original data
Play the keyboard to start
overwrite recording
Play back
original data
7
Stop recording *2
Start overwrite
recording *1
Play back
original data
6
Stop recording *2
Start overwrite
recording *1
1
5
4
5
6
7
8
Previously recorded data
Newly recorded data
Deleted data
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Editing Data for each Channel
To set the following parameters, call up the CHANNEL page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 121.
1
3
Select a menu.
4
Executes the operation for the displayed page. After the operation
(with the exception of the SETUP
page) is completed, this button
changes to [UNDO], letting you
restore the original data if you are
not satisfied with the Operation
results. The Undo function only
has one level; only the previous
operation can be undone.
CAUTION
After you’ve finished creating/editing a
song, make sure to execute the Save
operation. The recorded song will be lost
if you change to another song or you
turn the power off without executing the
save operation.
2
Set the parameters as
desired.
■ Quantize (set in step #2 above) ........................................................................................................
Quantize lets you “clean up” or “tighten” the timing of a previously
recorded track. For example, the following musical passage has been
written with exact quarter-note and eighth-note values.
When actually recording the passage in real time, however, you may not
play it with perfect accuracy. Quantize allows you to align all the notes
so that the timing is absolutely accurate to the specified note value.
CHANNEL
Determines which MIDI channel in the song data is to be quantized.
Selects the quantize size (resolution). Set the Quantize size to correspond to the shortest note
value in the channel you are working with. For example, if the data was recorded with both
quarter notes and eighth notes, use 1/8 note for the Quantize size. If you apply a 1/4 note
Quantize size, the eighth notes would be moved on top of the quarter notes.
One measure of eighth notes
before quantization
After 1/8 note quantization
Settings:
SIZE
1/4 note
1/8 note
1/16 note
1/32 note
1/16 note+
1/8 note triplet*
1/4 note
triplet
1/8 note
triplet
1/16 note
triplet
1/8 note+
1/8 note triplet*
1/16 note+
1/16 note triplet*
The three Quantize settings marked with asterisks (*) are exceptionally convenient, since they
allow you to quantize two different note values at the same time, without compromising the quantization of either one. For example, if you have both straight 1/8 notes and 1/8 note triplets recorded
to the same channel, and you quantize to straight 1/8 notes, all notes in the channel are quantized
to straight 1/8 notes—completely eliminating any triplet feel in the rhythm. However, if you use the
1/8 note + 1/8 note triplet setting, both the straight and triplet notes will be quantized correctly.
Determines how strongly the notes will be quantized. If a value less than 100% is selected,
notes will be moved toward the specified quantization beats only by the specified amount. Applying less than 100% quantization lets you preserve some of the “human” feel in the recording.
Quarter-note length
Original data
(assuming 4/4 meter)
STRENGTH
Quantizing
strength =100
Quantizing
strength =50
■ Delete .......................................................................................................................................
This lets you delete recorded data of the specified channel in the song data. Select the channel to be
deleted by using the upper/lower LCD [1]–[8] buttons and press the [EXECUTE] LCD button.
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■ Mix (set in step #2 on the previous page)......................................................................
This function lets you mix the data of two channels and place the results in a different channel. It also
lets you copy the data from one channel to another.
SOURCE1
Determines the MIDI channel (1–16) to be mixed. All MIDI events of the channel
specified here are copied to the destination channel.
SOURCE2
Determines the MIDI channel (1–16) to be mixed. Only note events of the channel
specified here are copied to the destination channel. Besides the values 1–16,
there is a “COPY” setting that allows you to copy the data from Source 1 to the
destination channel.
DESTINATION
Determines the channel into which the mix or copy results will be placed.
■ Channel Transpose .................................................................................................................
This allows you to transpose the recorded data of individual channels up or down by a maximum of two
octaves in semitone increments.
Toggles between the two
channel displays: Channels
1-8, and Channels 9-16.
To simultaneously set all
channels to the same value,
adjust the Channel Transpose
for one of the channels while
holding down this button.
■ Setup (set in step #2 on the previous page) .................................................................
The current settings of the Mixing Console (page 179) display and panel button settings can be recorded
to the top position of the song as Setup data. The panel settings recorded here are automatically recalled
as soon as the song starts.
Determines which playback features and functions will be automatically
called up along with the
selected song.
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Use this to checkmark the
selected item. Checkmarked
items are recorded to the song.
SONG
Records the tempo setting and all settings made from the Mixing Console.
KEYBOARD VOICE
Records the current panel settings, including the voice of the keyboard-played
parts (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, and LEFT) and their on/off status. Panel settings recorded
here are same as the ones memorized to the One Touch Setting (page 155). Unlike
the other items in this chart, this can be recorded at any point in a song.
SCORE SETTING
Records the settings of the Score display.
GUIDE SETTING
Records the settings of the Guide functions. When the settings are recorded, selecting a song automatically turns on the Guide functions.
LYRICS SETTING
Records the settings of the Lyrics display.
MIC SETTING
Stores the microphone settings in the Mixing Console (page 179) display and the
Vocal Harmony settings.
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Step Recording for Chord data using the Event List
The explanations here apply when you call up the CHORD page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 121.
This feature makes it possible to record Style playback chord changes one at a time with precise timing. Since the changes don’t
have to be entered in real time, it is easy to create complex chord changes and accompaniment—even before recording the
melody.
Use the CHORD display if you wish to edit the alreadyrecorded Chord events one by one.
Use the STEP RECORD display if you wish to enter the
Chord events from scratch.
Press this to actually
delete the event at the
current cursor position.
This sets the “size” of the next Chord/Section
event to be entered in step recording, and determines to what position the pointer will advance
after the event has been entered.
The song position at which you edit or input the event is
indicated by the following three values.
001 : 1 : 0000
Beat
Measure number (BAR)
Clock
(1920 clocks per 1/4-note)
■ Entering Chord/Section events from scratch...............................................................
For example, the following chord progression can be entered by the procedure described below.
MAIN D
CM7
1
FILL IN C
Dm7
Em7
MAIN C
Dm7 G7
C
Press the [MAIN D] button to specify the section and enter the chords as shown at
right.
001 : 1 : 000
CM7
001 : 3 : 000
Dm7
Sect:
002 : 1 : 000
Indicates the Section change
event.
Chord:
Indicates the Chord change
event.
Em7
Select this resolution and play chords as
shown at right.
NOTE
• Make sure to turn [AUTO FILL IN]
off.
MAIN D
CM7
Dm7
Em7
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Press the [AUTO FILL IN] button and press the [MAIN C] button to specify the section
(Fill In C) then enter the chords as shown at right.
002 : 3 : 000
Dm7
002 : 4 : 000
G7
Select this resolution and play chords as
shown at right.
MAIN D
CM7
3
FILL IN C
Dm7
Em7
Dm7 G7
Enter the chords as shown at right.
003 : 1 : 000
C
The [MAIN C] section is automatically selected.
004 : 1 : 000
C
Select this resolution and play chords as
shown at right.
MAIN D
CM7
4
FILL IN C
Dm7
Em7
Dm7 G7
MAIN C
C
Move the song position to the top and play the song to hear the newly recorded chord
progression.
You can also move the
song position to the top
of the song by using
this LCD button.
IMPORTANT
• The chord progression can be played back
only from this STEP RECORD display. To
play the chords, you’ll need to press the
[EXPAND] LCD button (next page) on the
CHORD display to convert the events
recorded here to song data.
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■ Editing existing Chord events ............................................................................
The Chord events already entered to the STEP RECORD display can be edited from the CHORD display.
With the exception of the Expand function explained below, the operations for the CHORD display are
the same as that of the channel data editing display (1-16 page) described on page 132.
NOTE
Press this to convert the recorded
chord and section entries into
song data. You’ll need to execute
the Expand operation to properly
play back the data you entered in
the STEP RECORD page
(described on the previous page).
• Chord and Section data recorded
with Realtime Recording cannot
be indicated and edited on this
display.
Events handled on the Chord Event list display (CHORD page)
• Style
• Tempo
• Chord—Chord root, Chord type, On Bass Chord
• Sect—Style Section (Intro, Main, Fill In, Break, Ending)
• OnOff—On/off status for each part (channel) of the style
• CH.Vol—Volume for each part (channel) of the style
• S.Vol—Overall volume of the style
Step Recording for Notes using the Event List
The explanations here apply when you call up the “1-16” page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 121.
This page lets you create a song by entering notes one by one for each channel with precise timing, without having to perform
them in real time. The Tyros2 lets you record the chords for style playback and the melody (explained here) separately.
Use the 1-16 display if you wish to edit the already-recorded Note
events one by one for each channel.
Use the STEP RECORD display if you wish to enter the Note
events from scratch.
Pressing the button
alternately switches
the note selectors
(at the bottom of the
display) among
three basic note values: normal, dotted
and triplet.
The song position at which you edit or input the event is
indicated by the following three values.
001 : 1 : 1440
Beat
Measure number (BAR)
Clock
(1920 clocks per 1/4-note)
This sets the “size” of the next note event to be
entered, and determines to what position the
pointer will advance after it has been entered.
NOTE
• To input rests, simply specify the position
for the next note (using the [BAR], [BEAT],
and [CLOCK] LCD buttons) and input the
note. Any “empty” interval between two
successive notes is automatically registered as a rest.
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■ Entering note events from scratch ...................................................................................
This section explains how to step-record notes, using three specific examples.
Example 1
NOTE
• Since the music score displayed on the
instrument is generated from the
recorded MIDI data, it may not appear
exactly the same as shown here.
1
Set the parameters below in sequence.
Determines the velocity (loudness) of the note to be entered.
Here, we’ll select “mf,” as specified in the example.
Value
Actual recorded velocity
Kbd.Vel
fff
ff
f
mf
mp
p
pp
ppp
Actual playing strength
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111
95
79
63
47
31
15
Sets the Gate Time, or the length of the note (as a percentage). Here, we’ll select “Tenuto,” as specified in the example.
Use these buttons to set the "size" or "resolution"
of the current recording step time for the next
note to be entered. Here, we’ll set the resolution
to a 1/4 note, as specified in the example.
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Value
Actual recorded velocity
Normal
Tenuto
Staccato
Staccatissimo
Manual
80%
99%
40%
20%
The gate time (note length)
can be set to any desired percentage by using the [DATA
ENTRY] dial.
2
Play the keys C, D, E, F, G, A, B and C in order, as specified in the example.
3
Move the cursor to the beginning of the song by pressing the [STOP] button, and
press the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button to hear the newly entered notes.
4
Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Step Recording display.
5
Press the [SAVE] LCD button ([I] button) to call up the Song Open/Save
display for saving your data, then save the data in the Open/Save display
(page 75).
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• The recorded data will be lost if
you select another file or turn
the power to the instrument off
without executing the Save
operation.
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Example 2
NOTE
• Since the music score displayed on the
instrument is generated from the
recorded MIDI data, it may not appear
exactly the same as shown here.
In this example, keep in mind that one of the steps involves holding down a key on the keyboard while
executing the operation.
1
Set the parameters below in sequence.
Determines the velocity (loudness) of the note to be
entered. Here, we’ll select “mp,” as specified in the
example.
Sets the Gate Time, or the length of the note (as a
percentage). Here, we’ll select “Ten.” as specified in
the example.
Use these buttons to set the resolution of the next
note(s). Here, we’ll set the resolution to a half note,
as specified in the example.
2
Enter the note F, as specified in the example.
While holding F on the keyboard, press the 1/8 note LCD button.
This enters a half note (for “F”) and a tied 8th note.
3
Set the parameters below in sequence.
Sets the Gate Time, or the length of the note (as a
percentage). Here, we’ll select “Staccato,” as specified in the example.
Use these buttons to set the resolution of the next
notes. Here, we’ll set the resolution to an 1/8 note,
as specified in the example.
4
Play the keys E, F and A, as specified in the example.
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5
Set the parameters below in sequence.
Determines the velocity (loudness) of the note to be
entered. Here, we’ll select “f,” as specified in the
example.
Sets the Gate Time, or the length of the note (as a
percentage). Here, we’ll select “Ten.” as specified in
the example.
Use these buttons to set the resolution of the next
note. Here, we’ll set the resolution to a dotted half
note, as specified in the example.
6
Play an A on the keyboard, as specified in the example.
7
Set the parameters below in sequence.
Use these buttons to set the resolution of the next
note. Here, we’ll set the resolution to a 1/4 note, as
specified in the example.
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8
Play an F on the keyboard, as specified in the example.
9
Move the cursor to the beginning of the song by pressing the [STOP] button, and
press the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button to hear the newly entered notes.
10
Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Step Recording display.
11
Press the [SAVE] LCD button ([I] button) to call up the Song Open/Save
display for saving your data, then save the data in the Open/Save display
(page 75).
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• The recorded data will be lost if
you select another file or turn
the power to the instrument off
without executing the Save
operation.
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Example 3
NOTE
• Since the music score displayed on the
instrument is generated from the
recorded MIDI data, it may not appear
exactly the same as shown here.
To properly enter the tied notes here, keep in mind that you’ll need to hold the keys down during the
entire operation until all the notes are entered.
1
Set the parameters below in sequence.
Determines the velocity (loudness) of the note to be
entered. Here, we’ll select “ff,” as specified in the
example.
Sets the Gate Time, or the length of the note (as a
percentage). Here, we’ll select “Normal,” as specified in the example.
Use these buttons to set the resolution of the next
note. Here, we’ll set the resolution to an 1/8 note, as
specified in the example.
2
Enter the note C3, as specified in the example.
Do not release C3 yet. Keep holding the
note as you execute the following steps.
While holding the key C3, press the 1/8 note LCD button.
3
Enter the note E3.
Do not release C3 and E3 yet. Keep holding
the notes as you execute the following steps.
While holding the keys C3 and E3, press the 1/8 note LCD button.
4
Enter the note G3.
Do not release C3, E3 and G3 yet. Keep holding
the notes as you execute the following steps.
While holding the keys C3, E3 and G3, press the 1/8 note LCD button.
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Enter the note C4.
While holding the keys C3, E3, G3 and C4, press the 1/8 note LCD button, then press the half note
LCD button. All notes in the example have now been entered and you can release the keys.
6
Move the cursor to the beginning of the song by pressing the [STOP] button, and
press the SONG CONTROL [PLAY/PAUSE] button to hear the newly entered notes.
7
Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Step Recording display.
8
Press the [SAVE] LCD button ([I] button) to call up the Song Open/
Save display for saving your data, then save the data in the Open/
Save display (page 75).
CAUTION
• The recorded data will be lost if
you select another file or turn
the power to the instrument off
without executing the Save
operation.
■ Editing existing Note events on the STEP RECORD display ................................
Note events and other various channel events already entered to the STEP RECORD display can be
edited from the 1-16 display. The explanations below also apply to other Event List displays (CHORD,
SYS/EX., LYRICS).
Use these to move the song position
(cursor) up/down and select the
desired event.
Moves the song position (cursor) to
the beginning position of the data.
Use these to move the cursor left/right
and select the desired parameter of
the highlighted event.
Determines the current position of the
data.
For coarse adjustment of the event value. Keep in mind
that moving the cursor away from the just edited value or
starting the song playback automatically enters that value.
Determines the channel for the MIDI event
edited here or entered to the STEP
RECORD display.
Calls up the Filter display (page 134), letting
you select only the events you wish to be
shown in the Event List.
Holding this button down while using the [A]
and [B] buttons lets you select multiple
events. This convenient feature lets you
select several events together, making it
possible to change the values of many different events at once, or easily and quickly
copy many events to another location.
If the value at the cursor has been changed,
pressing this restores the original value.
CUT, COPY, PASTE and DELETE are the
same functions as those in the Open/Save
display, except that these apply to MIDI
events, not files.
For fine adjustment of the event value. You can use the
[DATA ENTRY] dial to adjust the value. Keep in mind that
moving the cursor away from the just edited value or starting the song playback automatically enters that value.
Adds a new event to the Event List.
Events handled on the Note Event list display (1-16 page)
Note (Note on/off)
Messages which are generated when the keyboard is played. Each message includes a specific note number which corresponds to the key which is pressed, plus
a velocity value based on how hard the key is played.
Ctrl (Control Change)
Controller settings such as volume, pan (edited via the Mixing Console described
on page 179), etc.
Prog (Program Change)
Determines the voice (program) number. For details on program change messages
and how to set them, refer to the separate Data List booklet (Voice List).
P.Bnd (Pitch Bend)
Events generated by controlling the PITCH BEND wheel. These events bend the
pitch of notes up or down.
A.T. (Aftertouch)
Determines the aftertouch value.
For details on the events above, refer to the separate Data List booklet (MIDI Data Format).
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Step Recording for System Exclusive Messages using the Event List
The explanations here apply when you call up the SYS/EX. page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 121. From this display,
you can edit recorded System events which do not belong to a specific MIDI channel, such as tempo and beat (time signature).
The instructions for this display are basically the same as those for the channel data editing display (1-16 page) described on page
105.
Events handled on the System Exclusive (SYS/EX.) Event list display
ScBar
(Score initial measure)
This determines the number of the top measure. You cannot move the song position to the measure before the one set here. When the song is selected, the measure (bar) number set here is indicated on the Main display. Pressing the [STOP]
button moves the song position to the measure (bar) number set here.
Tempo
Determines the tempo value.
Time (Time signature)
Determines the time signature.
Key (Key signature)
Determines the key, as well as the major/minor setting. This setting is used for
displaying the notation (Song Score function).
XG Prm (XG parameters)
Allows you to make various detailed changes to the data. For more information on
XG parameters, refer to the separate Data List booklet (MIDI Data Format).
SYS/EX. (System Exclusive)
Displays the System Exclusive data in the song. Keep in mind that you cannot
create new data or change the contents of the data here; however, you can delete,
cut, copy, and paste the data.
Meta (Meta event)
Displays the SMF meta events in the song. Keep in mind that you cannot create
new data or change the contents of the data here; however, you can delete, cut,
copy, and paste the data.
Marker
(Song Position Marker)
Displays the Song Position Marker (SPJ-01–04) in the song. Keep in mind that you
cannot create new data or change the contents of the data here; however, you can
delete, cut, copy, and paste the data.
HDR (HDR play control)
This controls Audio song playback via song data. This event is used to playback a
MIDI song and Audio song in succession; the Audio song cannot be synchronized
to the MIDI song playback.
Step Recording for Lyrics using the Event List
The explanations here apply when you call up the LYRICS page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 121. From this display,
you can edit recorded Lyrics events. The instructions for this display are basically the same as those for the channel data editing
display (1-16 page) described on page 132.
Pressing one of these buttons from the Lyrics display calls up the
pop-up window for entering lyrics to the currently selected position. Entering lyrics is done in the same way as naming files, as
described on page 76.
Events handled on the Lyrics Event list display
Name (Song name)
Determines the song name. This calls up the pop-up window for entering a name.
Lyrics
Allows you to enter lyrics.
Code (Other controls)
CR : Enters a line break in the lyrics text.
LF : Delets the currently displayed lyrics and display the next set of lyrics.
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Customizing the Event List—Filter
Because the Event List displays (CHORD, 1-16, SYS/EX. and LYRICS) contain a wide variety of
events, it may be difficult to pinpoint the ones you want to edit. This is where the Filter function comes
in handy. It lets you determine which event types will be shown in the Event List displays. To call up the
Filter display below, press the [FILTER] LCD button from any of the Event List displays.
Select the desired Filter category from the three below,
then checkmark the items you want to be shown in the
Event List displays.
MAIN
: Displays all main types of events.
CTRL CHG : Displays all specific Control Change
message events.
STYLE
: Displays all types of style playback
related events.
Enters checkmarks for all
event types.
Selects only note data;
checkmarks for all other
boxes are removed.
Reverses the checkmark
settings for all boxes. In
other words, this enters
checkmarks to all boxes
that were previously
unchecked and vice versa.
Select an event type to be
checked or unchecked.
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Enters/removes the checkmark for the
selected event type. The checked
event types can be shown on the
Event List displays.
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Quick Guide on page 59
This section explains operations not covered in the Quick
Guide, including overdubbing additional audio to an existing
file, using the Punch In/Out recording features, using the
Playlist mode for automatic playback of multiple files, and
importing audio data from a computer or external storage
device. For basic information on recording audio using the
Hard Disk Recorder, see page 59 in the Quick Guide.
NOTE
• Audio files can be exported (for editing and storage purposes) and then
imported back to the Hard Disk Recorder; however, they cannot be edited
directly on the Tyros2.
• The “Basic/Playlist” indicator at the upper left of the display shows
whether the Hard Disk Recorder is set to the Basic mode (playback of a
single file or recording your performance) or the Playlist mode (automatic
playback of multiple files). This lets you keep the Playlist active in the
background, ready to play the listed files when you want. (For details on
the Playlist mode, see page 147.)
Hard Disk File/Folder Operations—Open/Save Display
The file and folder operations in the Hard Disk Recorder from the HARD DISK RECORDER
[SELECT] button are performed in the Open/Save display, in much the same way as other file/
folder operations on the Tyros2. Most of these operations allow you to organize your recorded
data. However, other operations in these menus, such as Wave Import, Export and Playlist, pertain specifically to the Hard Disk Recorder. For general information and more details on Open/
Save displays, see page 72.
Calls up the current Playlist and the Playlist operations. (Page 147)
Calls up the Property popup display of the currently selected audio
file. (Page 136)
This selects the next highest folder in the hard disk drive. (The indication is “ghosted” if the root directory is selected and no higher folder
exists.)
This switches to the second Open/Save menu display (see below).
NOTE
See pages 73–76.
• A file that is currently loaded cannot be deleted. If
you want to delete the loaded file, load another file
first, then select the desired file to be deleted.
NOTE
• If you cannot copy a folder, the reason may be that
the folder contains too many files. If this is the case,
select all files by using “ALL” in the copy pop-up window and copy the files.
NOTE
• Audio files seem to be “files” in the AUDIO Open/
Save display, but actually they are folders which contain audio file and some other data. You can see the
audio files as folders on your computer.
This switches to the first Open/Save menu display (see above).
Calls up the Wave Import operation. (Page 137)
For adding audio files to the Playlist. (Page 147)
For exporting an audio file to a hard disk drive or USB storage device. (Page 139)
For creating a new audio file. (Page 60)
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Property display
Exits from the Property display.
Calls up the Start/End Setting menu. (Page 146)
Property parameters
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NAME
Indicates the full name of the audio file, including the extension.
PATH
Indicates the location and path of the file.
SAMPLE RATE
Indicates the sample rate of the recorded audio.
SAMPLE SIZE
Indicates the bit size or resolution of the recorded audio.
CHANNEL
Indicates the configuration of the audio.
TIME
Indicates the time between Start and End points of the audio, in hours/minutes/
seconds/milliseconds.
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Importing an Audio File
In addition to letting you record audio directly with the Tyros2, the Hard Disk Recorder also
allows you to import audio data from a USB storage device. The benefits of this feature are many.
For example, you can:
• Use existing audio material (commercially available samples, loops, sound effects, etc.)
on the Tyros2.
• Record your performance to another device (such as on a computer or audio sequencer),
add vocals and other instruments as desired, then import the finished audio to the
Tyros2.
• Export a recording made on the Tyros2 to a computer-based audio editor—giving you
more comprehensive editing features and greater editing convenience—then import the
audio back to the Tyros2. (See “Exporting an Audio File” on page 139.)
Files which can be imported must have these characteristics:
• Stereo Wave data
• 44.1 kHz sample rate
• 16-bit resolution
• A length of less than or equal to 80 minutes
1
Insert the USB device (or connecting cable) to the USB TO DEVICE
terminal.
For purposes of illustration, we’ll use a USB flash drive here.
2
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SELECT] button to call up the
AUDIO display.
3
Press the [CHANGE MENU] LCD button (lower [8] button) if necessary, then call up the Import function by pressing the [WAVE
IMPORT] LCD button (lower [7] button).
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Select the desired device by using the [TAB] buttons.
Generally, a USB device will show up as “USB1” in the display. When the device is
selected, all folders and audio files on the device are automatically shown.
5
Press the [IMPORT] button (lower [6] button).
Alternately, if you desire to import only one file, you can import it by double clicking
the appropriate [A]–[J] button.
6
Select the desired audio file by using the [A]–[J] buttons.
The selected file name is highlighted. You can continue to select additional files here, as
many as desired. If multiple pages (tabs) are shown at the bottom, you can select files
from these displays, too. After that, press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
7
At the prompt, press the [YES] LCD button ([F] button).
To cancel, press the [NO] LCD button.
CAUTION
• Do not disconnect the device
while the READ/WRITE lamp is
on or flashing. Doing so may
result in loss or corruption of
the data or malfunction of the
device.
NOTE
• If you are importing multiple files
and you cancel Import while the
operation is in process, some of
the files will be imported and unaffected by cancelling the operation.
Importing may take as little as a couple of seconds or as long as a few minutes, depending on the file size, as well as the number of files you are importing.
To confirm the imported file, press the [EXIT] button to display the AUDIO Open/Save
display.
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Exporting an Audio File
This function allows you to transfer your recorded audio files to a computer (via a USB storage
device) for further editing and/or recording. (For instructions on importing the edited audio back
to the Tyros2, see “Importing an Audio File” on page 137.)
Files which can be exported are:
• Stereo Wave data
• 44.1 kHz sample rate
• 16-bit resolution
• A length of less than or equal to 80 minutes
1
NOTE
• Exporting can only be applied to a
file that has been saved. If you
haven’t save the recorded file yet,
the display prompts you to save it
before using the Export function.
Insert the USB device (or connecting cable) to the USB TO DEVICE
terminal.
For purposes of illustration, we’ll use a USB flash drive here.
2
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SELECT] button to call up the
AUDIO display.
3
Press the [CHANGE MENU] LCD button (lower [8] button) if necessary, then call up the Export function by pressing the [EXPORT]
LCD button (lower [5] button).
4
If necessary, select the desired folder by using the [A]–[J] buttons.
The selected folder will open.
If there are ten or more folders in the device, use the upper LCD buttons [1]–[8] to
navigate through the folders.
5
Select the desired audio file by using the [A]–[J] buttons.
The selected file name is highlighted. You can continue to select additional files here, as
many as desired. If multiple pages (tabs) are shown at the bottom, you can select files
from these displays, too.
If you want to select all files in the current folder, press the [ALL] LCD button (lower
[6] button).
After that, press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
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6
Select the desired destination for exporting by using the [TAB] buttons.
Generally, a USB device will show up as “USB1” in the display. When the device is
selected, all folders and audio files on the device are automatically shown.
7
If necessary, select the desired folder by using the [A]–[J] buttons.
8
Press the [EXECUTE] LCD button (lower [6] button) to export the
file(s).
Exporting may take as little as a couple of seconds or as long as a few minutes, depending on the file size, as well as the number of files you are exporting.
The audio file is exported to the device in stereo Wave format (44.1 kHz sample rate and
16-bit resolution) and can now be transferred to a computer for editing.
CAUTION
• Do not disconnect the device
while the READ/WRITE lamp is
on or flashing. Doing so may
result in loss or corruption of
the data or malfunction of the
device.
NOTE
• If you are exporting multiple files
and you cancel Export while the
operation is in process, some of
the files will be exported and unaffected by cancelling the operation.
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Re-recording
You can re-record the data which you created by the following four ways.
• Replace the whole data: NORMAL REC...................................................... See below
• Mix the recorded data: NORMAL REC (PLUS PLAYBACK) ................... See below
• Replace a certain range of the data: PUNCH IN/OUT.................................... page 143
• Overdub a certain range of the data: PUNCH IN/OUT (MERGE) ................ page 143
NOTE
• Re-recording of the data repeatedly will result in deterioration of
the sound quality.
■ NORMAL REC/NORMAL REC (PLUS PLAYBACK) ...........................
You can replace the whole audio data by NORMAL or mix the audio data with the previous one by NORMAL REC (PLUS PLAYBACK). The NORMAL REC (PLUS PLAYBACK) method does not add any tracks but simply mixes the new recording to the existing
data. (Keep in mind that the Hard Disk Recorder in this instrument is a simple stereo
recorder.) After stopping recording, the data will be erased from the stop point.
1
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SELECT] button and select the
recorded file to be re-recorded from the AUDIO Open/Save display.
2
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SETTING] button, then use the
[TAB] buttons to select the REC MODE tab.
3
Use the [A]/[B] buttons to select a recording method.
NOTE
• Since you will be overdubbing
parts onto this audio, it’s best to
keep the first recording simple.
For example, you may want to
record just a rhythm pattern (such
as by playing back a style) or a
simple bass riff over which you
can add other parts.
Replace the whole data: NORMAL REC
Mix the recorded data: NORMAL REC (PLUS PLAYBACK)
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If you select NORMAL REC (PLUS PLAYBACK) in the step above,
play back the recorded audio and practice the part that you want to
overdub while the audio is playing. Change the volume settings if
necessary.
If you wish to add a keyboard-played voice from the Tyros2, select the desired voice. If
you wish to record your singing voice or an external instrument, connect a microphone
or instrument and make the appropriate settings (page 47). Adjust the HDR Track Play
and Rec Monitor levels here as desired.
5
HDR PLAY
BALANCE
This determines the playback level of the recorded file. It does not affect the level of the recording. Simultaneously pressing both [1] buttons restores the default value.
HDR TRACK PLAY
This determines the level of the playback track for recording purposes. Use this with Rec Monitor below to adjust the relative balance of the previously recorded audio and the audio you will
be overdubbing. Simultaneously pressing both [4] buttons restores the default value.
MUTE
This mutes playback of the recorded file.
REC MONITOR
This determines the level of the audio to be recorded. Use this with HDR Track Play above to
adjust the relative balance of the audio you will be overdubbing and the previously recorded
audio. Simultaneously pressing both [6] buttons restores the default value.
NORMALIZE
See on page 143.
Press the [REC] button to enable recording.
The display automatically switches to the REC MODE tab.
6
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start recording.
Play the keyboard (or sing, etc.) and record your performance.
7
When finished recording, press the [STOP] button.
After stopping recording, the data will be erased from the stop point.
8
To hear your new recording, press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
If you’ve made a mistake or you’re not completely satisfied with your performance, you
can use the Undo function to erase the latest take and try again (starting with Step 5
above). For details, see the box “Undo/Redo” on page 143.
9
Save the recording.
For details on the Save operation, see page 75.
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• The Hard Disk Recorder automatically reduces the level of the previous track by a certain, slight
amount to accommodate the new
recording. This is done to minimize possible distortion. You can
the Normalize effect to maximize
the volume of the overall sound.
For details, see the box “Normalize” on page 143.
CAUTION
• Keep in mind that even if you
neglect to save the recorded
data in this step, the originally
recorded file (before re-recording) will still remain on the hard
disk drive.
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Normalize
Normalize raises the volume of the recorded audio to the optimum level. Use this to
make the recorded audio as loud as possible, without distortion.
Technically, this operation scans the recorded file for the highest level, then raises the
volume of the entire file so that the highest peak is set to the maximum, non-distorting
level. Normalization is calculated for the loudest signal found in either channel of the
stereo recording and the same gain is applied to both channels.
NOTE
• Normalize can only be applied to
a file that has been saved. If you
haven’t saved the recorded file
yet, the display prompts you to
save it before using Normalize.
1 Make sure that the Volume page is selected.
2 Press the [NORMALIZE] LCD button ([G] button).
3 At the prompt, press the [OK] LCD button ([G] button) to start Normalizing the
file.
To cancel the operation, press the [CANCEL] LCD button ([H] button).
Undo/Redo
When you make repeated changes to an audio file by overdubbing, the Undo function
lets you quickly “undo” your most recent recording and restore the previous version of
the data.
1 Make sure that the Rec Mode page is selected.
2 Press the [UNDO] LCD button ([G] button).
The latest recording that you made is cancelled and the previous version is restored.
Also, the [UNDO] LCD button changes to [REDO], letting you reverse the process
and restore the latest recording.
NOTE
• Undo/Redo can only be used on a
recorded file that has not yet been
saved. Once you save a file, the
[UNDO] LCD button is “ghosted”
and cannot be used.
• If you start recording by pressing
the [REC] button and stop recording without recording any sounds,
the [UNDO] LCD button is
“ghosted” and cannot be used.
■ PUNCH IN OUT / PUNCH IN OUT (MERGE) ......................................
This method of recording can only be used on an existing recording. It allows you to rerecord over a specific part of the already-recorded material. You can replace the original
part with the new recording by PUNCH IN/OUT, or keeping the original and mixing it
with the new by PUNCH IN/OUT (MERGE). This lets you either correct a mistake in the
recording or overdub new parts onto the original recording.
Keep in mind that the parts before and after the Punch In/Out section are not recorded over
and remain as the original data—they play back normally to guide you in and out of the
recording.
1
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SELECT] button and select the
recorded file to be re-recorded from the AUDIO Open/Save display.
2
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SETTING] button, then use the
[TAB] buttons to select the REC MODE tab.
3
Use the [A]/[B] buttons to select a recording method.
NOTE
• You can re-record over only one
range at one time.
NOTE
• The beginning and ending of the
recorded data using the Punch In/
Out function is faded in/out automatically. This is done to minimize
possible noise at the beginning
and ending of the recorded data.
We recommend that you specify
the beginning and ending points at
sections in the data where the volume is low.
Re-record over a specific part of the already-recorded material: PUNCH IN/OUT
Mix a specific part of the already-recorded material: PUNCH IN/OUT (MERGE)
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Select the desired Punch In/Out Mode, using the [1]/[2] LCD buttons.
MANUAL
This lets you manually execute Punch In/Out recording by using the Hard Disk
Recorder transport buttons ([REC], [PLAY/PAUSE], etc.).
PEDAL
This lets you manually execute Punch In/Out recording by using a connected
footswitch to the FOOT PEDAL 2 jack.
AUTO
This lets you specify the Punch In and Out points, allowing automatic Punch In/
Out recording (see below).
Specifying the recording range in AUTO mode
If you select AUTO as the punch in/out recording method, specify the recording
range and practice the recording by using the Rehearsal function.
1 Specify the punch in/out range by pressing the [SET] LCD buttons ([3]/
[5] button) at the punch in/out point during the audio song playback.
2 If you move the punch in/out point slightly, use the Nudge function.
In this Nudge function, you can move the punch in/out point slightly (even in
millisecond units) while listening to the playback.
2-1 Press the [NUDGE] LCD button ([7] button) to show the Nudge Play
display.
2-2 Use the [DATA ENTRY] dial and [PREV]/[NEXT] button to move the
NUDGE DATA POSITION to the desired punch in/out position while
listening to the playback (500 milliseconds loop playback before/after
the specified point).
The [DATA ENTRY] dial lets you adjust the point in seconds and the
[PREV]/[NEXT] buttons lets you adjust in milliseconds.
2-3 Press the [MODE] LCD button ([7] button) to select After/Before.
“After” repeats 500 milliseconds after the Nudge Data Position and
“Before” repeats 500 milliseconds before the Nudge Data Position when
you playback the data in the next step.
2-4 Press the [SET] LCD button ([3]/[5] button) to set the moved point.
To reset the point to the start/end point of the data, press the [RESET]
LCD button.
2-5 Press the [CLOSE] LCD button ([8] button).
3 Use the REHEARSAL function to practice the recording before the
actual recording.
3-1 Press the [REHEARSAL] LCD button ([8] button).
“EXECUTING” is shown above the [8] buttons.
3-2 Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [REC] button and press the [PLAY/
PAUSE] button.
The audio song is played back repeatedly starting four seconds before the
punch in point to four seconds after the punch out point. Play the keyboard or sing the desired part in practice. In this rehearsal function,
recording is not started.
3-3 Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [STOP] button.
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• The smallest possible range of the
Auto punch in/out function is 100
milliseconds.
NOTE
• The repeat playback of the
rehearsal function is automatically stopped after playing back 99
times.
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5
Record the specific part of the audio song using the one of the
methods below.
● Manual
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [REC] button and press the [PLAY/PAUSE]
button to engage the record mode, then press the [REC] and [PLAY/PAUSE] buttons
simultaneously to actually record. To stop recording, press the HARD DISK
RECORDER [STOP] button. Pressing the HARD DISK RECORDER [PLAY/
PAUSE] button during recording pauses the recording.
● Pedal
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [REC] button and press the [PLAY/PAUSE]
button to engage the record mode, then press and hold the footswitch. The point at
which you press the footswitch is the punch in point and the point at which you
release the pedal is the punch out point.
● Auto
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [REC] button and press the [PLAY/PAUSE]
button. Recording automatically starts and stops at the specified point in “Specify the
recording range in AUTO mode” above. The audio song playback automatically
stops four seconds after the punch out point.
6
Listen back to the newly edited recording. If you’re satisfied with
the results, save the recording. If not, use the Undo function to
restore the original, then attempt the Punch In/Out recording again.
To save the recording, press the [SAVE] LCD button ([I] button), then press the [OK]
LCD button ([G] button).
To Undo the new recording, press the [UNDO] LCD button ([G] button).
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Setting the Start/End points of the audio
This function (within the Property window) lets you set the Start and End points for the audio
file. This action is non-destructive and affects only the playback of the data; it does not actually
delete any data from the start or end of the file.
1
Select the desired audio file (from the Select display).
2
Press the [PROPERTY] LCD button (upper [7] button).
3
Press the [START/END POINT] LCD button ([H] button).
4
Specify the Start/End point.
The operation of specifying the Start/End points is same as specifying the punch in/out
points. For instructions, see “Specify the recording range in AUTO mode” on page 144.
5
Press the [OK] LCD button ([F] button) to enter the new settings to
the file.
To cancel the operation, press the [CANCEL] LCD button ([G] button).
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• When exporting a song for which
the Start/End points have been
specified, only the specified range
will be exported.
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Playlist mode
The Playlist is a convenient feature within the Hard Disk Recorder that lets you collect and organize audio files for automatic playback in “jukebox” fashion. The Playlist mode can be active in
the background (for example, when the Main display is selected), letting you play the listed files
whenever you wish during your performance.
The “Basic/Playlist” indicator at the upper left of the display shows whether the Hard Disk
Recorder is set to the Basic mode (playback of a single file) or the Playlist mode (automatic
playback of multiple files).
Creating a Playlist
Once you have a number of recorded or imported audio files on the installed hard disk drive, you
can assign those files to the Playlist. The files can be put in any order and can be entered any
number of times (in other words, a single file can have multiple instances in a Playlist). The
Playlist cannot be saved except to the installed hard disk drive, and only one Playlist can be saved
to the drive.
1
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [SELECT] button to call up the
AUDIO display.
2
Select the appropriate folder containing the desired audio files by
using the LCD buttons.
3
Press the [CHANGE MENU] LCD button (lower [8] button) if necessary, then press [Add to PLAYLIST] LCD button (lower [6] button).
NOTE
• A Playlist can contain a maximum
of 500 audio files.
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4
Select the desired audio file(s) by using the [A]–[J] buttons.
The selected file name is highlighted. You can continue to select additional files here, as
many as desired. If multiple pages (tabs) are shown at the bottom, you can select files
from these displays, too.
To select all the files in the current folder, press the [ALL] LCD button (lower [6] button).
5
Press the [OK] LCD button (lower [7] button).
To cancel the operation, press the [CANCEL] LCD button (lower [8] button).
6
Check the Playlist to confirm that the files have been added.
If the Playlist already has audio files, additional files are automatically put at the end of
the list. Added files are also automatically selected (checkmarked) for playback.
7
Save the Playlist.
Press the [SAVE] LCD button (lower [5] button). The Playlist cannot be saved except
to the installed hard disk drive, and only one Playlist can be saved to the drive.
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NOTE
• If you want to select all but a few
of the files in the folder, a quick
method is to use the [ALL] LCD
button to select all of the files, then
use the [A]–[J] buttons to deselect specific files.
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Playing a Playlist
Once you’ve created and/or edited a Playlist (page 147) and you’ve enabled the Playlist mode,
you can play back the files in the list—at any time during your performance.
Keep in mind that playback of files is not instantaneous. Since the Hard Disk Recorder needs to
load each file before playin it, playback pauses roughly one or two seconds between files.
1
Press the Hard Disk Recorder [SELECT] button to call up the
AUDIO display.
2
Press the [PLAYLIST] LCD button (upper [6] button).
NOTE
• The [SELECT] button toggles
between the Audio and Playlist
displays within the Hard Disk
Recorder function.
3
Use the [SELECT] LCD buttons ([7] buttons) to select a file for playback.
After a couple of seconds, the selected file is highlighted in green. To have the files
playback from the beginning of the Playlist, select the first file. A check mark indicates
the file is enabled for playback, a minus sign ( - ) indicates the file will be skipped, and
an exclamation mark indicates the file does not contain data.
The Playlist mode will be active when you select a file in the Playlist.
Note that the indicator at the top left of the display now shows “Playlist.”
While the Playlist mode is active, the HARD DISK RECORDER [PREV]/[NEXT] buttons function as Previous/Next controls for the Playlist. Pressing the appropriate button
calls up a pop-up window and selects the previous or next audio file in the Playlist. You
can then use the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback of the Playlist from the
selected file.
NOTE
• To select a file, you can also use
the [DATA ENTRY] dial to move
the cursor and press the [ENTER]
button to actually select the song.
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4
Press the HARD DISK RECORDER [STOP] button to stop playback.
To disengage the Playlist mode, press the [AUDIO] LCD button ([6] buttons) to show
the AUDIO Open/Save display and select an audio song.
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Playlist Controls
Shown here is a sample Playlist display, with short explanations of the various controls.
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q
w
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!4
r
t
y
u
i
o !0
q REPEAT
Determines how the audio files will be played back:
: All files are played in sequence once through to the end (no
repeat).
: All files are played in sequence repeatedly.
: One selected file is played repeatedly.
!1
!2
!3
o RELOAD
For reloading the saved Playlist.
!0 SAVE
For saving the Playlist to the installed hard disk drive. Once you have
saved the data, the Undo/Redo function is not available.
!1 AUDIO
Calls up the Audio Open/Save display. (Page 147)
w SORT
Determines whether the audio files are sorted in ascending or
descending order by name.
e SHUFFLE
Pressing this button randomly rearranges the order of the files.
r UNDO/REDO
Pressing this button (Undo) cancels the last action made to the Playlist. Pressing it again (Redo) restores the cancelled action. Only one
level of Undo/Redo is available.
t EXPORT
Calls up the Export operation for exporting the selected audio file to a
hard disk drive or USB storage devices. (See “Exporting an Audio File”
on page 139.)
y HDR PLAY BALANCE
Determines the playback volume for the entire Playlist. Keep in mind
that the playback volume of individual files can be set within each file
itself.
u MOVE Up/Down
Use these buttons to move the selected file to another location in the
list.
i CUT / COPY / INSERT / DELETE
These operations let you copy or cut and paste individual list entries.
Keep in mind that these have no effect on the actual audio data, but
just entries in the list.
!2 SELECT Up/Down
Use these buttons to select file entries in the list. A red border appears
around the selected entry, and then the entire entry is highlighted in
green when actually selected. Use the [DATA ENTRY] dial to quickly
move the cursor (red border) through the entries and press the
[ENTER] button.
!3 PLAY SELECT
These buttons determine whether the selected file is enabled for playback or not. Select a file (using the [SELECT] buttons above), then
press the upper [8] button to checkmark (enable) the file, or press the
lower [8] button to remove the checkmark (disable) for the file. Pressing
and holding the upper [8] button checks all files, while pressing and
holding the lower [8] button unchecks all files.
!4 Playlist navigation controls
: Moves cursor/selection to the top of the list.
: Moves cursor/selection one page up (when there are multiple
pages).
: Moves cursor/selection one page down (when there are multiple pages).
: Moves cursor/selection to the bottom of the list (just below last
entered file).
!5 PROPERTY
Calls up the Property popup display which shows the file name and
path of the audio song at the cursor position.
Cut and Insert
1) Press the [CUT] LCD button (upper [3] button) and select the
desired file entry by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial and [SELECT]
LCD button (lower [5] button). The entry is deleted.
2) Move the cursor to the desired location in the list (with the [SELECT]
buttons) and press the [INSERT] LCD button (lower [3] button).
Copy and Insert
1) Press the [COPY] LCD button (upper [4] button) and select the
desired file entry by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial and [SELECT]
LCD button (lower [5] button). The entry is copied.
2) Move the cursor to the desired location in the list (with the [SELECT]
buttons) and press the [INSERT] LCD button (lower [3] button).
Delete
Deletes files from the Playlist. Keep in mind that this does not affect the
actual audio data, but simply deletes an entry of the file from the list.
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Style Playback (Auto Accompaniment)
Quick Guide on pages 31–37
This section explains important style-related operations not covered in the Quick Guide. For basic information on
playing styles, refer to the Quick Guide.
Style Characteristics
The style type and its defining characteristics are indicated above the Preset style name.
Pro
These styles provide professional and exciting arrangements combined with perfect playability. The resulting accompaniment exactly follows the chords of the player. As a result, your chord changes and colorful harmonies are instantly
transformed into lifelike musical accompaniment.
Session
These styles provide even greater realism and authentic backing by mixing in original chord types and changes, as well as special riffs with chord changes, with the
Main sections. These have been programmed to add “spice” and a professional
touch to your performances of certain songs and in certain genres. Keep in mind,
however, that the styles may not necessarily be appropriate—or even harmonically
correct—for all songs and for all chord playing. In some cases for example, playing
a simple major triad for a country song may result in a “jazzy” seventh chord, or
playing an on-bass chord may result in inappropriate or unexpected accompaniment.
Chord Fingerings
The chords (or simplified chord indications) you play in the left-hand section of the keyboard are used for several performance
functions:
• When [ACMP] is turned on (page 31), the left-hand section of the keyboard becomes the Chord section and the
selected style is played back according to the chords specified in the left-hand section of the keyboard. The
specified chords are also used for Vocal Harmony (page 48), the Harmony (Voice) effect (page 39), and the Multi
Pads (when used with Chord Match; page 38).
• When the [ACMP] is turned off (page 31) and the LEFT part is turned on, the notes played as the Left part are
recognized as chords. These chords have no effect on style playback, but are used for Vocal Harmony (page 48),
the Harmony (Voice) effect (page 39), and the Multi Pads (when used with Chord Match; page 38).
There is also a convenient Chord Tutor function that shows you which notes you need to play to make certain chords. (Press
[FUNCTION] → CHORD FINGERING.)
The explanations here show how to specify chords. Call up the [FUNCTION] → CHORD FINGERING display and follow the
instructions below.
Selects the fingering type, which
determines how the chords are
specified (which notes you should
play). See below for details.
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Specify the Chord Root and Type
here, and the notes of the chord are
indicated in the keyboard illustration
above. Depending on the chord,
some notes may be omitted.
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■ Seven types of Chord Fingerings ..............................................................................................................
● SINGLE FINGER
Makes it simple to produce orchestrated accompaniment using major, seventh, minor and minorseventh chords by pressing a minimum number of keys on the Chord section of the keyboard. The
abbreviated chord fingerings described below are used:
C
C7
For a major chord, press the root
key only.
Cm
For a minor chord, simultaneously
press the root key and a black key
to its left.
For a seventh chord, simultaneously press the
root key and a white key to its left.
Cm 7
For a minor-seventh chord, simultaneously
press the root key and both a white and black
key to its left.
● MULTI FINGER
Automatically detects Single Finger or Fingered chord fingerings, so you can use either type of
fingering without having to switch fingering types.
● FINGERED
Lets you finger your own chords on the Chord section of the keyboard, while the Tyros2 supplies
appropriately orchestrated rhythm, bass, and chord accompaniment in the selected style. The Fingered recognizes the various chord types which are listed on the separate Data List booklet and can
be looked up using the Chord Tutor function above.
● FINGERED ON BASS
Accepts the same fingerings as the Fingered, but the lowest note played in the Chord section of the
keyboard is used as the bass note, allowing you to play “on bass” chords (in the Fingered mode the
root of the chord is always used as the bass note).
● FULL KEYBOARD
Detects chords in the entire key range. Chords are detected in a way similar to Fingered, even if you
split the notes between your left and right hands—for example, playing a bass note with your left
hand and a chord with your right, or by playing a chord with your left hand and a melody note with
your right.
● AI FINGERED
Basically the same as FINGERED, with the exception that less than three notes can be played to
indicate the chords (based on the previously played chord, etc.).
● AI FULL KEYBOARD
When this advanced fingering type is engaged, the Tyros2 will automatically create appropriate
accompaniment while you play just about anything, anywhere on the keyboard using both hands. You
don’t have to worry about specifying the style chords. Although the AI Full Keyboard type is
designed to work with many songs, some arrangements may not be suitable for use with this feature.
This type is similar to FULL KEYBOARD, with the exception that less than three notes can be
played to indicate the chords (based on the previously played chord, etc.). 9th, 11th and 13th chords
cannot be played. This type is effective only when a style is being played back.
The following list shows the conditions in which the notes played in the left-hand section of the keyboard
can be recognized as a chord.
Selected Fingering type
[ACMP] off, LEFT
part off
[ACMP] off, LEFT part on
[ACMP] on, LEFT part off
[ACMP] on, LEFT part on
SINGLE FINGER
Not recognized
Recognized via FINGERED
MULTI FINGER
Not recognized
Recognized via FINGERED
FINGERED
Not recognized
FINGERED ON BASS
Not recognized
FULL KEYBOARD
Not recognized
AI FINGERED
Not recognized
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
AI FULL KEYBOARD
Not recognized
Not recognized
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
Recognized via the selected
Fingering type.
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Fade In/Out
The [FADE IN/OUT] button can be used to produce smooth fade-ins and fade-outs when starting and stopping the style/song
playback. This affects the overall sound of the Tyros2—including the your keyboard performance and the Multi Pads, as well as
the styles and songs.
1
2
3
Press the [FADE IN/OUT] button so that its indicator lights.
Start the style playback.
The sound will gradually fade in. The [FADE IN/OUT] indicator will flash during the
fade-in, and then go out when full volume has been reached.
Press the [FADE IN/OUT] button again so that its indicator lights.
The indicator will flash during the fade out, then the style playback will stop when the
fade-out is complete.
Tempo
Each style of the Tyros2 has been programmed with a default or standard tempo; however, this
can be changed to any value between 5 and 500 beats per minute by using the [TEMPO] button.
This can be done either before the style playback is started or while it is playing.You can determine whether the current tempo is maintained or is reset to the default tempo of a newly selected
style (while a style is being played back) by using the Style Change Behavior (Tempo Hold/
Reset) function (page 158).
■ Tap function ...........................................................................................................
This useful function lets you press the [TAP TEMPO] button to tap out the tempo and
automatically start the style at that tapped speed. Simply tap (press/release) the button
(four times for a 4/4 time signature), and the style playback starts automatically at the
tempo you tapped. The tempo can also be changed during playback by tapping the button
twice at the desired tempo.
●When a 4-beat style is selected
Tap 4 times
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* When a 3-beat
style is selected,
tap 3 times.
NOTE
• The time of the fade-in/fade-out
can also be set (page 193).
• Fade in /out function does not
affect the audio song playback.
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Synchro Start and Synchro Stop
Quick Guide on page 31
When [SYNC START] (Synchro Start) is turned on, you can automatically have style playback start as soon as you play a chord
in the chord section of the keyboard. When [SYNC STOP] (Synchro Stop) is on, the accompaniment plays as long as you hold a
chord. In other words, you can abruptly stop the accompaniment simply by releasing your left hand from the keyboard.
Since turning on [SYNC STOP] automatically enables [SYNC START] as well, you can instantly start up and stop the accompaniment by alternately playing chords and releasing them.
Chord section
Style plays
Turning on the [SYNC STOP] button automatically turns on the [SYNC START] button as
well. Turning it off turns both buttons off.
Pressing and releasing the
keys in the chord section alternately starts and stops style
playback.
Style stops
NOTE
• Holding the chord for more time specified in the [FUNCTION] → STYLE
SETTING/SPLIT POINT display (page 157) will cancel the Synchro Stop
function even if [SYNC STOP] is turned on.
• Synchro Stop cannot be set to on when the Fingering is set to Full Keyboard/AI Full Keyboard or [ACMP] is turned off.
Programmable One Touch Setting (OTS)
Quick Guide on page 36
One Touch Setting (OTS) is a convenient function that allows you to call up the most appropriate panel settings for the currently
selected style—with the touch of a single button. Press any one of the four [ONE TOUCH SETTING] buttons to instantly call up
the following pre-programmed settings for style play.
• [ACMP] and [SYNC START] are automatically turned on, letting you start the style as soon as you play a left-hand chord
on the keyboard.
• Custom panel settings (for voices, keyboard parts, effects, etc.) designed to best match the selected style are automatically
called up—letting you instantly reconfigure the instrument to suit the music you play.
The Tyros2 actually has three different features that let you instantly call up complete panel setups: One Touch Setting (described
here), Music Finder, and Registration Memory. One Touch Setting differs from the other two in that each OTS panel setting is
dedicated to a particular style—first, you select a style for your performance, then you press a [ONE TOUCH SETTING] button
to match the panel settings to that style.
■ OTS Link ..................................................................................................................
The convenient OTS (One Touch Setting) Link function lets you automatically have One
Touch Settings change when you select a different Main section (A–D). The Main sections A, B, C, and D correspond to One Touch Settings 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively. This is
especially powerful for live performance situations, letting you instantly and easily reconfigure the instrument as you play.
■ Memorizing the panel settings to the OTS ................................................
The Tyros2 features four different One Touch Settings for each of the preset styles.
Though each has been specially programmed to match the style, you can change the settings as desired. The changed One Touch Settings can be saved as the selected style to the
User drive or external devices.
CAUTION
• Make sure to save your OTS
settings as a style file to the
User drive or external devices
(see Save operation instructions on page 75, step #2 to
end). The panel settings memorized to each OTS button will be
lost if you change the style or
turn the power off without executing the Save operation.
Press the [MEMORY] button of Registration Memory and
press any of the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] buttons.
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Instant Style Selection
If you’ve created your own styles and built up a collection of style data on the User drive or external devices, you’ll soon have
many style files to select from—making it difficult to call up your favorite styles. This function lets you memorize the path of a
specific style to a specific STYLE button. Even if your data is scattered across the drive in a complex hierarchy of folders and
paths, you can instantly call up a specific file—no matter how deeply hidden—with a single button-press.
1
2
Call up the Open/Save display for styles with the Number Input Type (page 77).
3
Check that the path set in step #2 above has been properly memorized. First, call up
a different path (for example, the Open/Save display for voices), then select the path
just memorized by turning on the [FILE ACCESS] button and pressing the appropriate
STYLE button.
4
Call up the other path (for example, the Open/Save display for voices) and call up the
path memorized in step #3 by following the instructions below.
First, select the style to be memorized by calling up the appropriate path, then press
the [MEMORY] LCD button.
Turn [FILE ACCESS] on and press appropriate STYLE button (set in step #3 above).
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Style Playback Related Settings
The Tyros2 has a variety of style playback functions, including Split Point and many others—which can be accessed by pressing
[FUNCTION] → STYLE SETTING/SPLIT POINT.
Style Settings
■ Stop Accompaniment ............................................................................................................
When auto accompaniment is turned on and Synchro Start is off, you can play chords in
the left-hand (accompaniment) section of the keyboard with the style stopped, and still
hear the accompaniment chord. In this condition—called “Stop Accompaniment”—any
valid chord fingerings are recognized and the chord root/type are shown in the LCD. Since
the Tyros2 properly recognizes the chord, you can also use the Chord Match function
(page 38) with the Multi Pads or the Harmony effect (page 39) without having to play back
a style.
From the display above, you can determine whether the chord played in the chord section
will sound or not in the Stop Accompaniment status.
NOTE
• The chord detected by playing the
Stop Accompaniment can be
recorded to a song regardless of
the setting here. Please note that
the voice sound will be recorded
when set to “STYLE,” and will not
be recorded when set to “OFF” or
“FIXED.”
• OFF..................................The chord played in the chord section will not sound.
• STYLE.............................The chord played in the chord section will sound via the voices for the
Pad part and the Bass channel of the selected style.
• FIXED .............................The chord played in the chord section will sound via the certain voice
regardless of the selected style.
■ OTS Link Timing .......................................................................................................................
This applies to the OTS Link function (page 155). This parameter determines the timing in which the
One Touch Settings change with the MAIN VARIATION [A]–[D] change. (The [OTS LINK] button
must be on.)
• Real Time.........................One Touch Setting is immediately called up when you press a [MAIN
VARIATION] button.
• Next Bar...........................One Touch Setting is called up at the next measure, after you press a
[MAIN VARIATION] button.
■ Synchro Stop Window ...........................................................................................................
This determines how long you can hold a chord before the Synchro Stop function is automatically cancelled. When the [SYNC STOP] button is turned on and this is set to a value other than “OFF,” this
automatically cancels the Synchro Stop function if you hold a chord for longer than the time set here.
This conveniently resets style playback control to normal, letting you release the keys and still have the
style play.
■ Style Touch .................................................................................................................................
Turns touch response for the style playback on/off. When this is set to “ON,” the style volume changes
in response to your playing strength in the chord section of the keyboard.
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■ Section Set .................................................................................................................................
Determines the default section that is automatically called up when selecting different styles (when style
playback is stopped). When set to “OFF” and style playback is stopped, the active section is maintained
even if the different style is selected.
When any of the Main A-D sections is not included in the style data, the nearest section is automatically
selected. For example, when Main D is not contained in the selected style, Main C will be called up.
■ Tempo ...........................................................................................................................................
Determines whether the current tempo is maintained (HOLD) or is reset to the default tempo of a newly
selected style (RESET) when you select other style in a middle of style playback.
■ Part On/Off ..................................................................................................................................
Determines whether the current Part on/off settings are maintained (HOLD) or all parts are reset to on
when you select another style.
Simultaneously Playing a Song and a Style
When playing back a song and a style at the same time, channels 9–16 of the song data are replaced
with style channels—allowing you to use the styles and features in place of the accompaniment parts
of the song. This provides added flexibility to your performance, letting you independently control
style playback and song playback.
NOTE
• The style stops when you stop the song. If the accompaniment style is playing and you
start the song, the accompaniment automatically stops.
• Some of the songs have been created using the built-in styles. For these songs, the styles
are automatically started when starting song playback.
Split Point
These are the settings (there are three Split Points) that separate the different sections of the keyboard: the Chord
section, the LEFT part section, the RIGHT 1-2 section and RIGHT 3 section. The three Split Point settings
(below) are specified as note names.
• Split Point (S)—separates the Chord section for style playback from the section(s) for playing voices
(RIGHT 1-3, LEFT).
• Split Point (L)—separates the two sections for playing voices, LEFT and RIGHT 1-3.
• Split Point (R)—separates the two sections for playing the Right voices (Right 1-2, Right 3).
To set the split point, use the corresponding [1]–[6] LCD buttons (along with the data dial, if desired), or use
the [F]–[I] buttons to select the desired part (“S + L” lets you adjust both Style and Left together), then rotate
the [DATA ENTRY] dial, or press the desired key on the keyboard while holding the [F]–[I] buttons.
●Setting the Split Point S and L to the same note
Split Point (S+L)
Chord section
+ Voice LEFT
●Setting the Split Point S, L, and R to different notes
Split Point (S)
Voice RIGHT 1–3
Chord section
Split Point (L)
Voice LEFT
Split Point (R)
Voice RIGHT 1–2
Split Point (L) cannot be set lower than Split Point (S), and Split Point (S) cannot be set higher than Split
Point (L).
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Style Creator (Digital Recording)
The powerful Style Creator feature lets you create your own original styles, which can then be used for style playback—just as with the preset styles.
Style Data Structure—Creating Styles
Each style is made up of fifteen sections (Intro I–III,
Main A–D, Fill In A–D, Break, Ending I–III) as
rhythm pattern variations. Each of these fifteen sections in turn has eight different parts (channels), made
up of MIDI sequence data—making a total of 120
separate sets of MIDI data contained in a single style.
With the Style Creator feature, you can create a style
by separately recording the necessary MIDI data, or
by importing pattern data from other existing styles.
Each style contains 120 MIDI data sequences (15 Sections x 8 Parts)
Part
Section
RHYTHM 1 RHYTHM 2
BASS
CHORD 1
CHORD 2
PAD
PHRASE 1 PHRASE 2
INTRO I
INTRO II
INTRO III
MAIN A
MAIN B
MAIN C
MAIN D
FILL IN A
FILL IN B
FILL IN C
FILL IN D
BREAK
ENDING I
ENDING II
ENDING III
For these parts containing preset data, new material can be overdubbed (recorded).
For these parts containing preset data, new material cannot be overdubbed (recorded). These parts can be recorded only after deleting
their preset data.
● Using Preset Styles
As shown in the chart at right, when you select the
internal preset style that is the closest to the type
of style you wish to create and call up the Style
Creator display, the preset style data will be copied to a special memory location for creating. You
can create an original style by adding, deleting, or
replacing data from this memory location.
Preset Style data
Copy
Internal memory for
creating a style (RAM)
NOTE
• The DSP1 effect settings (page 181) cannot be stored in
the User style data, and as such cannot be edited in the
Style Creator function. This means that any DSP1 effect
settings in the Preset style (such as changing speeds of
the rotary speaker effect) will be deleted from the copied
Preset style data, and be unavailable for creating a style.
● Recording and Assembling
The Style Creator provides two basic ways to create MIDI sequence data of each part: Recording,
which allows you to record parts from the keyboard (using Realtime or Step Recording), and
Assembly, which lets you bring various pattern
data together by copying from other styles. Both
methods, Recording and Assembly, replace the
original data with the new data.
Example style—created by Recording, Assembly and original data
Part
Section
RHYTHM 1 RHYTHM 2
BASS
CHORD 1
CHORD 2
PAD
PHRASE 1 PHRASE 2
INTRO I
INTRO II
INTRO III
MAIN A
MAIN B
MAIN C
MAIN D
FILL IN A
FILL IN B
In the case of chart shown at right, for example,
INTRO I and MAIN A are created by recording
the new data to all the parts, and MAIN B is created by assembling the pattern data for all parts
from the other styles. INTRO III and ENDING A–
C are created by keeping and using the original
data. MAIN C and FILL IN A are created via three
ways: Recording, Assembly, and using the original data.
FILL IN C
FILL IN D
BREAK
ENDING I
ENDING II
ENDING III
Creating data by recording
Copying data from other styles (Assembly)
No change (maintaining the original data)
No data
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● Loop Recording and Overdub Recording
The Song Creator (Song Recording) feature records your keyboard performance as MIDI data. Recording a style data via the Style
Creator, however, is done in a different way. Here are some of the aspects in which style recording differs from song recording:
• Loop Recording ................ Style playback repeats the rhythm patterns of
several measures in a “loop,” and style recording is also done using loops. For example, if you Bass Drum
start recording with a two-measure main section, the two measures are repeatedly recorded.
Notes that you record will play back from the
next repetition (loop), letting you record while
hearing previously recorded material.
• Overdub Recording .......... This method records new material to a part
Snare Drum
Bass Drum
(channel) already containing recorded data,
without deleting the original data. In style
recording, the recorded data is not deleted,
except when using functions such as Rhythm
Clear (page 162) and Delete function (page
161). For example, if you start recording with a Hi-Hat
two-measure MAIN section, the two measures
Snare Drum
are repeated many times. Notes that you record Bass Drum
will play back from the next repetition, letting
you overdub new material to the loop while
hearing previously recorded material.
Using the recording methods above, the Style Creator feature lets you record complete rhythm patterns (like the one above) quickly
and easily.
● Rhythm Parts and Pitched Parts
Creating or recording the Rhythm parts (containing non-pitched data) differs from recording other parts (containing pitched data)
in the following ways.
• Note data can be overdubbed to existing Rhythm parts of a preset style, whereas other pitched parts can be newly recorded
to only after all existing preset data on the part is deleted.
• Style parts (channels) other than Rhythm parts are played back according to the chord root/type specified in the chord section
of the keyboard. The notes output from style parts (channels) other than Rhythm parts are transposed from the Source Pattern
(described below) according to the chord root/type specified in the chord section of the keyboard. The Style Creator lets you
set the parameters that determine how the note is transposed and set the parameters that determine how notes held through
chord changes will be handled.
Special Parameter Settings based on Style File Format
Source Pattern
PLAY ROOT
(Chord Root setting of a Source Pattern)
PLAY CHORD
(Chord Type setting of a Source Pattern)
Chord change via the
chord section of the
keybaord.
Note Transposition
NTR
(Note Transposition Rule applied to the Chord Root
change)
NTT
(Note Transposition Table applied to the Chord Type
change)
There are a variety of possibilities for style playback notes, depending on the particular root note and chord type that are selected. The style data is appropriately
converted depending on the chord changes you make during your performance. This
basic style data that you create with the Style Creator is referred to as the “Source
Pattern.”
● Note Transposition............................................................ page 166
Other Settings
HIGH KEY
(Upper limit of the octaves of the note transposing caused
by the Chord Root change)
NOTE LIMIT (Note range in which the note is sounded)
RTR
(Retrigger Rule that determines how notes held through
chord changes will be handled)
Output
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The Style File Format (SFF) combines all of Yamaha’s auto accompaniment
(style playback) know-how into a single unified format. By using the Style
Creator, you can take advantage of the power of the SFF format and freely
create your own styles.
The chart shown at left indicates the process by which the style is played back.
(This does not apply to the rhythm track.) These parameters can be set via the
Style Creator feature.
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This parameter group features two parameters that determine how the notes of the
Source Pattern are to be converted in response to chord changes.
● Other Settings ................................................................... page 167
Using the parameters of this group, you can fine-tune how style playback responds
to the chords you play. For example, the Note Limit parameter allows you to have
the voices of the style sound as realistic as possible by shifting the pitch to an
authentic range—ensuring that no notes sound outside the natural range of the
actual instrument (e.g., very low notes of a piccolo sound).
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Basic Procedure (Style Creator)
1
First, select the desired style and one of its
sections.
2
Press the [DIGITAL RECORDING] button.
3
Press the [STYLE CREATOR] LCD button.
NOTE
• Only Drum Kit/SFX Kit can be selected for the RHY 2
channel.
• For the non-rhythm channels (BASS–PHR 2), all voices
with the exception of the Drum Kit/SFX Kit can be
selected.
NOTE
• You can also select the desired section for recording by
pressing the appropriate panel button. Pressing one of
the Section buttons (including the [AUTO FILL IN] button)
calls up the SECTION pop-up window, from which you
can change Sections.
• To actually enter the change, press the [OK] LCD button.
4
CAUTION
Select a section and part (channel) to be created or
recorded, and set the basic parameters for style creation.
After you’ve finished creating/editing a
style, make sure to execute the Save
operation. The recorded style will be lost
if you change to another style or you
turn the power off without executing the
save operation (page 75).
Execute Realtime recording.
Execute Assembly (page 163).
Edit the already-recorded parts (channels).
Execute Step Recording
using the Event List.
When this button is
pressed, DELETE
will appear for parts
which contain data.
Set the desired part
to “DELETE” by
pressing the corresponding upper
LCD button while
holding this button
to delete all data in
the corresponding
parts. The data is
actually deleted
when this button is
released.
Set the desired part (channel) to “REC” by pressing the corresponding lower LCD
button while holding the [REC CH] button. Only one part (channel) can be recorded
at a time.
Press the upper button to call up the Open/Save display for voices to change the
voice of the selected part. Press the [EXIT] button to return to this display.
You can also turn each part’s playback on/off durring recording by pressing the
lower LCD button.
Select a section to
be created.
Select the desired number of measures for the selected section
(except for FILL IN sections, which are fixed at 1 measure).
Press the [EXECUTE] LCD button to actually enter the new settings, and check it by pressing the [START/STOP] button in the
STYLE CONTROL section to hear style playback.
Press this if you want to create a style from scratch
by deleting all data of the selected style.
NOTE
This operation corresponding to step #4
is covered in the following page.
• You cannot select Intro/Ending 4 and three Fill sections from the panel buttons.
• You cannot overdub-record (page 160) new material to any parts (channels)
that contain preset data, with the exception of the Rhythm parts (channels).
Make sure to delete preset data of non-Rhythm parts before recording, by
using the [DELETE] LCD button above.
Basic Settings and Realtime Recording for each part (channel)
The explanations here apply when you call up the BASIC page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure above. Refer to the illustrations
above for information about the basic style creation parameters. For actual instruction steps for recording, see the sections below.
■ Recording note events to a Rhythm part (channel) ..................................................
1
Select one of the Rhythm parts as a recording part on the BASIC display (above).
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2
Press the STYLE CONTROL [START/STOP] button to start recording of the Rhythm part.
You can hear the selected style in a playback loop as you record. Turn the playback parts on/off as desired.
3
Overdub drum/percussion instruments to the part by playing the appropriate keys.
You can also delete certain percussion sounds while recording. While holding the [RHY CLEAR] LCD button, press the key on the keyboard corresponding to the instrument you want to cancel. This Rhythm Clear
function deletes all instances of the instrument in the part.
4
Press the STYLE CONTROL [START/STOP] button again to stop recording (looped playback).
■ Recording note events to a Bass/Chord/Pad/Phrase part (channel) ............................
1
Select one of the parts (other than a Rhythm part) by following the instructions in step #4 of
“Basic Procedure” on page 161.
You cannot record new material to the Bass/Chord/Pad/Phrase part (channel) that has preset data. If the
selected part to be recorded has preset data, make sure to delete it (in step #4 of “Basic Procedure” on page
161).
2
Start recording.
You can start recording in one of two ways:
• Press the STYLE CONTROL [START/STOP] button.
• Press the STYLE CONTROL [SYNC START] button to enable Synchro Start standby, then play a key
on the keyboard.
Turn the playback parts on/off as desired.
The recording repeats indefinitely (until stopped) in a loop. Notes that you record will play back from the next
repetition, letting you record while hearing previously recorded material.
Rules when recording non-rhythm parts
● Use only the CM7 scale tones when recording the BASS and PHRASE parts (i.e., C,
D, E, G, A, and B).
● Use only the chord tones when recording the CHORD and PAD parts (i.e., C, E, G,
and B).
C R C
C R C
C = Chord notes
C, R = Recommended notes
NOTE
• For the INTRO and ENDING sections, any appropriate chord or
chord progression can be used.
(You need not follow the rules
described at left.)
• If you want to record the pattern
with a Source Chord other than
CM7, set the PLAY ROOT and
PLAY CHORD parameters on the
PARAMETER page (page 165)
before performing step #2.
Using the data recorded here, the auto accompaniment (style playback) is appropriately
converted depending on the chord changes you make during your performance. The
chord which forms the basis for thios note conversion is called the Source Chord, and
is set by default to CM7 (as in the example illustration above).
You can change the Source Chord (its root and type) fromthe PARAMETER display on page 165. Keep in
mind that when you change the Source Chord from the default CM7 to another chord, the chord notes and
recommended notes will also change. For details on chord notes and recommended notes, see page 166.
3
Press the STYLE CONTROL [START/STOP] button again to stop recording (and looped
playback).
Step Recording for Notes using the Event List
The explanations here apply when you call up the EDIT page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 161. The EDIT page
contains the Event List, in which you can record notes with absolutely precise timing. This Step Recording procedure is essentially the same as that for Song Recording (pages 127–132), with the exception of the points listed below:
• In the Song Creator, the End Mark position can be changed freely; in the Style Creator, it cannot be changed. This is because
the length of the style is automatically fixed, depending on the selected section. For example, if you create a style based on
a section of four measures length, the End Mark position is automatically set to the end of the fourth measure, and cannot
be changed in the Step Recording display.
• Recording channels (parts) can be changed in the Song Creator; however, they cannot be changed in the Style Creator.
• In the Style Creator, only the channel events and System Exclusive messages can be entered. Chord and Lyrics events are
not available. You can switch between the two types of Event Lists by pressing the [F] button.
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Assembling a Style from Existing Pattern Data
The explanations here apply when you call up the ASSEMBLY page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 161. This convenient function lets you combine style elements—such as rhythm, bass, and chord patterns—from existing styles, and use them to
create your own original sections and styles.
Assembling pattern data as shown below at left using “Cool 8Beat” as a basis, for example, results in the display below at right.
Hard Rock
8Beat Modern
Rhythm 1
Rhythm 2
Bass
Rhythm 1
Rhythm 2
Bass
Chord 1
Chord 2
Pad
Phrase 1
Phrase 2
Chord 1
Chord 2
Pad
Phrase 1
Phrase 2
Live 8Beat
Rhythm 1
Rhythm 2
Bass
Chord 1
Chord 2
Pad
Phrase 1
Phrase 2
CAUTION
Select the desired part
(channel) by pressing one
of the LCD [A]–[D], [F]–[I]
buttons and press the
same button to call up the
Open/Save display for
styles, from which you can
select the desired style.
After selecting the style,
press the [EXIT] button to
return to this display, then
select the desired sections
and channels to be copied.
Determines the playback setting for each
channel. You can assemble the accompaniment style while the style section and
channel that will be copied are playing.
• SOLO
Mutes all but the selected channel.
Any parts (channels) set to ON in the
RECORD pop-up window on the BASIC
page are played back simultaneously.
• ON
Plays back the selected part (channel).
Any parts (channels) set to ON in the
RECORD pop-up window on the BASIC
page are played back simultaneously.
• OFF
Mutes the selected part (channel).
After you’ve finished creating/editing a
style, make sure to execute the Save
operation. The recorded style will be lost
if you change to another style or you
turn the power off without executing the
save operation (page 75).
Groove and Dynamics
The explanations here apply to when you call up the GROOVE page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 161. These versatile
features give you a wide variety of tools for changing the rhythmic feel of your created style.
Use these to select the
desired edit operation.
Executes the operation. After
the operation is completed, you
can hear the result and this button changes to [UNDO], letting
you restore the original data if
you’re not satisfied with the
Groove or Dynamics results.
The Undo function only has one
level; only the previous operation can be undone.
This menu is available on both
of the GROOVE page and
DYNAMICS page.
CAUTION
After you’ve finished creating/editing a
style, make sure to execute the Save
operation. The recorded style will be lost
if you change to another style or you
turn the power off without executing the
save operation (page 75).
Determines the settings for each of
the Groove or Dynamics parameters
(see next page).
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■ Groove
This lets you add swing to the music or change the “feel” of the beat by making subtle shifts in the timing
(clock) of the style. The Groove settings are applied to all parts of the selected style.
ORIGINAL BEAT
Specifies the beats to which Groove timing is to be applied. In other words, if “8
Beat” is selected, Groove timing is applied to the 8th notes; if “12 Beat” is selected,
Groove timing is applied to 8th-note triplets.
BEAT CONVERTER
Actually changes the timing of the beats (specified in the ORIGINAL BEAT parameter above) to the selected value. For example, when ORIGINAL BEAT is set to “8
Beat” and BEAT CONVERTER is set to “12,” all 8th notes in the section are shifted
to 8th-note triplet timing. The “16A” and “16B” Beat Converter which appear when
ORIGINAL BEAT is set to “12 Beat” are variations on a basic 16th-note setting.
SWING
Produces a “swing” feel by shifting the timing of the back beats, depending on the
ORIGINAL BEAT parameter above. For example, if the specified ORIGINAL BEAT
value is “8 Beat”, the Swing parameter will selectively delay the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and
8th beats of each measure to create a swing feel. The settings “A” through “E”
produce different degrees of swing, with “A” being the most subtle and “E” being
the most pronounced.
FINE
Selects a variety of Groove “templates” to be applied to the selected section. The
“PUSH” settings cause certain beats to be played early, while “HEAVY” settings
delay the timing of certain beats. The numbered settings (2, 3, 4, 5) determine
which beats are to be affected. All beats up to the specified beat—but not including
the first beat—will be played early or delayed (for example, the 2nd and 3rd beats,
if “3” is selected). In all cases, “A” types produce minimum effect, “B” types produce
medium effect, and “C” types produce maximum effect.
■ Dynamics
This changes the velocity/volume (or accent) of certain notes in the style playback. The Dynamics settings are applied to each part (channel) or all parts (channels) of the selected style.
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CHANNEL
Selects the desired channel (part) to which Dynamics is to be applied.
ACCENT TYPE
Determines the type of accent applied—in other words, which notes in the part(s)
are emphasized with the Dynamics settings.
STRENGTH
Determines how strongly the selected Accent Type (above) will be applied. The
higher the value, the stronger the effect.
EXPAND/COMP.
Expands or compresses the range of velocity values. Values higher than 100%
expand the dynamic range, while values lower than 100% compress it.
BOOST/CUT
Boosts or cuts all velocity values in the selected section/channel. Values above
100% boost the overall velocity, while values below 100% reduce it.
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Editing Data for each Channel
The explanations here apply when you call up the CHANNEL page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 161.
these to select
1 Use
the desired edit
5
operation.
4
Executes the selected operation on
the respective page. After the operation is completed, you can hear the
result and this button changes to
[UNDO], letting you restore the original data if you’re not satisfied with
the result of each operation. The
Undo function only has one level;
only the previous operation can be
undone.
CAUTION
After you’ve finished creating/editing a style, make
sure to execute the Save
operation. The recorded
style will be lost if you
change to another style or
you turn the power off without executing the save
operation (page 75).
2
Select a channel
(part) of which data
edit is to be executed.
3
Set the parameters
for executing the
data edit.
QUANTIZE
Same as in the Song Creator. See page 123.
VELOCITY CHANGE
Boosts or cuts the velocity of all notes in the specified channel, according to the
percentage specified here.
BAR COPY
This function allows data to be copied from one measure or group of measures to
another location within the specified channel. SOURCE specifies the first (TOP)
and last (LAST) measures in the region to be copied. DEST specifies the first measure of the destination location, to which the data is to be copied.
BAR CLEAR
This function clears all data from the specified range of measures within the selected channel.
REMOVE EVENT
This function lets you remove specific events from the selected channel.
Making Style File Format Settings
The explanations here apply when you call up the PARAMETER page in step #4 of the Basic
Procedure on page 161. This display provides a variety of style controls—such as determining
how the pitch and sound of the recorded style change when playing the chords in the left-hand
range of the keyboard. Parameter settings on this display are available only when any of the nonrhythm parts are set to “REC” on the RECORD pop-up window on the BASIC page. For details
about the relationship between the parameters, refer to “Style File Format” on page 160.
NOTE
• When NTR is set to “Root Fixed”
and NTT is set to “Bypass,” the
“Source Root” and “Source Chord”
parameters are changed to “Play
Root” and “Play Chord,” respectively. In this case, you can change
chords and hear the resulting
sound for all channels.
NOTE
1
4
Use these to
select the
desired edit
operation.
2
CAUTION
After you’ve finished creating/editing a style, make
sure to execute the Save
operation. The recorded
style will be lost if you
change to another style or
you turn the power off without executing the save
operation (page 75).
Select the desired
channel (part) to be
edited.
3
• Normally in the Style Creator, you
can hear your original style-in-process with the Source Pattern.
However, there is a way to hear it
played by a specific chord and
root. To do this, set NTR to “Root
Fixed” and NTT to “Bypass,” then
change the newly displayed “Play
Root” and “Play Chord” parameters to the desired settings.
Set the parameters
of the channel
specified at left.
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● SOURCE ROOT/CHORD
These settings determine the original key of the source pattern (i.e., the key used when recording the pattern). The default
setting of CM7 (with a Source Root of “C” and a Source Type of “M7”), is automatically selected whenever the preset
data is deleted prior to recording a new style, regardless of the Source Root and Chord included in the preset data. When
you change Source Root / Chord from the default CM7 to another chord, the chord notes and recommended notes will also
change, depending on the newly selected chord type.
When the Source Root C:
CM 6
CM
CM 7 (#11)
CM 7
C 7 (9)
CM add9
C 6 (9)
Cm
Caug
R C R
C
C R C
C R
C R C
C
C R
C
R C C
C
Cdim 7
C
R C
C R
C R
C
C
C
R
C
C
C R C
R
C
R C
C R C
C R
C C C
C C
C
C
C C
C
C
C 1+5
C R
C
C
C R
Cdim
C
C C
C C
C
R C
C
C
C R
R
C 7 (b13)
C
C
R C
C
C
C
R
C
C C
C R C
C 1+2+5
Csus 4
C
CmM 7 (9)
C
R C C
C R C
C R
C 7 (b9)
C
C R C
C
C R C
C
R C
C 7 (13)
C
C R C
C C R
C
C R
C 7 (#11)
C
C C C
CmM 7
C
C R
R C
C 7 (9)
C C C
C R C
Cm 7 (11)
C
R C
C
C 1+8
C 7 aug
C C C
Cm 7 (9)
C 7 b5
C C
C
C R C R
C R C
C
C C
C
C
CM 7 aug
C R C
Cm (9)
C
C 7 (#9)
C
C R C
C 7 sus4
C R
R
R C
C
C7
C
C R C
Cm 7 b5
Cm 7
Cm 6
C
C C R
C C
C C R
C R
C = Chord notes
C, R = Recommended notes
● NTR (Note Transposition Rule)
This determines the relative position of the root note in the chord, when converted from the Source Pattern in response to
chord changes.
ROOT TRANS
(Root Transpose)
ROOT FIXED (Root Fixed)
When the root note is transposed, the pitch relationship between notes is
maintained. For example, the notes C3, E3 and G3 in the key of C become F3, A3 and C4 when they are transposed to F. Use this setting for
channels that contain melody lines.
The note is kept as close as possible to the previous note range. For
example, the notes C3, E3 and G3 in the key of C become C3, F3 and A3
when they are transposed to F. Use this setting for channels that contain
chord parts.
When playing
a C major
chord.
When playing
an F major
chord.
When playing
a C major
chord.
When playing
an F major
chord.
● NTT (Note Transposition Table)
This sets the note transposition table for the source pattern.
BYPASS
No transposition. The part (channel) of which the NTT is set to this is played back without note conversion even
if you change the chord during style playback.
MELODY
Suitable for melody line transposition. Use this for melody channels such as Phrase 1 and Phrase 2.
CHORD
Suitable for chord transposition. Use this for the Chord 1 and Chord 2 channels, especially when they contain
piano or guitar-like chordal parts.
MELODIC MINOR
When the played chord changes from a major to a minor chord, this table lowers the third interval in the scale
by a semitone. When the chord changes from a minor to a major chord, the minor third interval is raised by a
semitone. Other notes are not changed. Use this for melody channels of Sections which respond only to major/
minor chords, such as Intros and Endings.
MELODIC MINOR 5th Var.
In addition to the Melodic Minor transposition above, augmented and diminished chords affect the 5th note of
the Source Pattern.
HARMONIC MINOR
When the played chord changes from a major to a minor chord, this table lowers the third and sixth intervals
in the scale by a semitone. When the chord changes from a minor to a major chord, the minor third and flatted
sixth intervals are raised by a semitone. Other notes are not changed. Use this for chord channels of Sections
which respond only to major/minor chords, such as Intros and Endings.
HARMONIC MINOR 5th Var.
In addition to the Harmonic Minor transposition above, augmented and diminished chords affect the 5th note
of the Source pattern.
NATURAL MINOR
When the played chord changes from a major to a minor chord, this table lowers the third, sixth and seventh
intervals in the scale by a semitone. When the chord changes from a minor to a major chord, the minor third,
flatted sixth and flatted seventh intervals are raised by a semitone. Other notes are not changed. Use this for
chord channels of Sections which respond only to a Major/minor chord such as Intros and Endings.
NATURAL MINOR 5th Var.
In addition to the Natural Minor transposition above, augmented and diminished chords affect the 5th note of
the Source pattern.
DORIAN
When the played chord changes from a major to a minor chord, this table lowers the third and seventh intervals
in the scale by a semitone. When the chord changes from a minor to a major chord, the minor third and flatted
seventh intervals are raised by a semitone. Other notes are not changed. Use this for chord channels of
Sections which respond only to a Major/minor chord such as Intros and Endings.
DORIAN 5th Var.
In addition to the Dorian transposition above, augmented and diminished chords.
● NTT BASS ON/OFF
The part (channel) for which this parameter is set to on recognizes on-bass chords allowed in the FINGERED ON BASS
fingering mode, regardless of the NTT setting.
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● HIGH KEY
This sets the highest key (upper octave limit) of the note transposition for the chord root change. Any notes calculated to be higher than
the highest key are transposed down to the next lowest octave. This setting is available only when the NTR parameter (page 166) is set
to “Root Trans.”
Example—When the highest key is F.
Root changes
CM
C#M
FM
F#M
Notes played
C3-E3-G3
C#3-F3-G#3
F3-A3-C4
F#2-A#2-C#3
● NOTE LIMIT
This sets the note range (highest and lowest notes) for voices recorded to the style channels. By judicious setting of this range, you can
ensure that the voices sound as realistic as possible—in other words, that no notes outside the natural range are sounded (e.g., high bass
sounds or low piccolo sounds). The actual notes that sound are automatically shifted to the set range.
Example—When the lowest note is C3 and the highest is D4.
Root changes
CM
C#M
FM
Notes played
E3-G3-C4
F3-G#3-C#4
F3-A3-C4
High Limit
Low Limit
● RTR
These settings determine whether notes stop sounding or not and how they change pitch in response to chord changes.
STOP
The notes stop sounding.
PITCH SHIFT
The pitch of the note will bend without a new attack to match the type of the new
chord.
PITCH SHIFT TO ROOT
The pitch of the note will bend without a new attack to match the root of the new
chord.
RETRIGGER
The note is retriggered with a new attack at a new pitch corresponding to the next
chord.
RETRIGGER TO ROOT
The note is retriggered with a new attack at the root note of the next chord. However, the octave of the new note remains the same.
Custom Style Recording via an External Sequence Recorder
If you have a favorite sequencer or sequence software, you can use that to create custom styles, instead of using the Style Creator on the Tyros2.
■ Connections.........................................................................................................................................
• Connect the Tyros2 MIDI OUT to the sequencer MIDI IN, and the sequencer MIDI OUT to the Tyros2 MIDI IN.
• Make sure that the sequencer “ECHO” function is ON, and the Tyros2 LOCAL ON/OFF (page 215) is turned OFF.
■ Creating the Data .................................................................................................
• Record all sections and parts (channels) using a CM7 (C major seventh) chord.
• Record the parts on the MIDI channels listed at right, using the Tyros2’s internal tone generator. If the Tyros2 is not used during recording, make sure to use XG voices on an XG- and
SFF- (Style File Format) compatible tone generator for optimum results.
• Record the sections in the order listed below, with a Marker Meta-event at the top of each
section. Enter the Marker Meta-events exactly as indicated in the chart on the next page
(including upper/ lower case characters and spaces).
• Also include an “SFF1” Marker Meta-event, “SInt” Marker Meta-event and style name Metaevent at 1|1|000 (the top of the sequence track), and the GM on Sys/Ex message (F0, 7E, 7F,
09, 01, F7). (“Timing” in the chart is based on 480 clocks per quarter note. “1|1|000” is clock
“0” of the first beat of the first measure).
• The data from 1|1|000 through 1|4|479 is the “Initial Setup,” and 2|1|000 through the end of
Ending B is the “Source Pattern.”
• The timing of Fill In AA and subsequent Marker Meta-events will depend on the length of
each section.
Part
MIDI Ch.
Rhythm1
9
Rhythm2
10
Bass
11
Chord1
12
Chord2
13
Pad
14
Phrase1
15
Phrase2
16
NOTE
• Explanations here assume a
sequencer resolution of 480
clocks per quarter note. The
actual clock values here may differ
depending on your sequencer.
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Section
Length
Intro
255 measures max.
Main
255 measures max.
Fill In
1 measure
Ending
255 measures max.
The following charts indicate the valid MIDI events for both the
Initial Setup data and the Pattern data. Make sure to NOT enter any
events marked with a dash (—), nor any other events not listed here.
Channel Message
Event
Note Off
Initial
Setup
Source
Pattern
—
OK
Note On
—
OK
Program Change
OK
OK
Pitch Bend
OK
OK
Control #0 (Bank Select MSB)
OK
OK
Control #1 (Modulation)
OK
OK
Control #6 (Data Entry MSB)
OK
—
Control #7 (Master Volume)
OK
OK
Control #10 (Pan)
OK
OK
Control #11 (Expression)
OK
OK
Control #32 (Bank Select LSB)
OK
OK
Control #38 (Data Entry LSB)
OK
—
Control #71 (Harmonic Content)
OK
OK
Control #72 (Release Time)
OK
—
Control #73 (Attack Time)
OK
—
Control #74 (Brightness)
OK
OK
Control #84 (Portamento Control)
—
OK
Control #91 (Reverb Send Level)
OK
OK
Control #93 (Chorus Send Level)
OK
OK
Control #94 (Variation Send Level)
OK
OK
Control #98 (NRPN LSB)
OK
—
Control #99 (NRPN MSB)
OK
—
Control #100 (RPN LSB)
OK
—
Control #101 (RPN MSB)
OK
—
Initial
Setup
Source
Pattern
RPN & NRPN
Event
● Style Data Format
Timing
Marker
MetaEvent
1|1|000
1|1|000
SFF1
1|1|000
1|1|000
1|2|000
:
1|4|479
Slnt
2|1|000
:
3|4|479
Main A
4|1|000
:
4|4|479
Fill In AA
5|1|000
:
6|4|479
Contents
Comments
Initial Setup
Style Name
(Sequence/Track
Name Meta-Event)
GM on Sys/Ex
Initial Setup Events
2 bars Main Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
MAIN A
1 bar Fill In Pattern
Corresponds to
FILL IN A
Intro A
2 bars Intro Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
INTRO I
7|1|000
:
8|4|479
Ending A
2 bars Intro Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
ENDING I
9|1|000
:
10|4|479
Main B
2 bars Intro Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
MAIN B
11|1|000
:
11|4|479
Fill In BA
1 bar Fill In Pattern
Corresponds to
BREAK
12|1|000
:
12|4|479
Fill In BB
1 bar Fill In Pattern
Corresponds to
FILL IN B
13|1|000
:
14|4|479
Intro B
2 bars Intro Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
INTRO II
15|1|000
:
16|4|479
Ending B
2 bars Intro Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
ENDING II
17|1|000
:
18|4|479
Main C
2 bars Main Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
MAIN C
19|1|000
:
19|4|479
Fill In CC
1 bar Fill In Pattern
Corresponds to
FILL IN C
20|1|000
:
21|4|479
Intro C
2 bars Intro Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
INTRO III
22|1|000
:
23|4|479
Ending C
2 bars Intro Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
ENDING III
24|1|000
:
25|4|479
Main D
2 bars Main Pattern
(up to 255 bars)
Corresponds to
MAIN D
26|1|000
:
26|4|479
Fill In DD
1 bar Fill In Pattern
Corresponds to
FILL IN D
System Exclusive
Event
Initial
Setup
Source
Pattern
RPN (Pitch Bend Sensitivity)
OK
—
Sys/Ex GM on
OK
—
RPN (Fine Tuning)
OK
—
Sys/Ex XG on
OK
—
RPN (Coarse Tuning)
OK
—
Sys Ex XG Parameter Change (Effect1)
OK
—
RPN (Null)
OK
—
Sys Ex XG Parameter Change (Multi Part)
—
—
NRPN (Vibrato Rate)
OK
—
OK
OK
NRPN (Vibrato Delay)
OK
—
NRPN (EG Decay Time)
OK
—
PITCH COARSE
DRY LEVEL
Sys Ex XG Parameter Change (Drum Setup)
—
—
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Filter Cutoff Frequency)
OK
—
PITCH FINE
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Filter Resonance)
OK
—
LEVEL
OK
—
NRPN (Drum EG Attack Time)
OK
—
PAN
OK
—
NRPN (Drum EG Decay Time)
OK
—
REVERB SEND
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Instrument Pitch Coarse)
OK
—
CHORUS SEND
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Instrument Pitch Fine)
OK
—
VARIATION SEND
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Instrument Level)
OK
—
FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Instrument Pan)
OK
—
FILTER RESONANCE
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Instrument Reverb Send Level)
OK
—
EG ATTACK
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Instrument Chorus Send Level)
OK
—
EG DECAY1
OK
—
NRPN (Drum Instrument Variation Send Level)
OK
—
EG DECAY2
OK
—
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Source Pattern
• The Initial Setup area from 1|2|000 through 1|4|479 is used
for voice and effect settings. Do not include note event data.
• The Main A data begins at 2|1|000. Any number of measures
from 1 to 255 can be used.
• Fill In AA begins from the top of the measure following the last
measure of the Main A pattern. In the chart this is 4|1|00, but this
is only an example and the actual timing will depend on the
length of Main A. Please note that all Fill Ins can be only 1 measure in length (refer to the Section/Length chart below).
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The Multi Pads
Quick Guide on page 38
Basic information about how to play the Multi Pads is explained in the “Quick Guide.” This section covers how the Multi
Pad data is managed on the Open/Save display and how to create (record) Multi Pad data.
Multi Pad Editing using the Open/Save display
Multi Pads are grouped in Banks or four each and handled as files from the Open/Save display.
Press the MULTI PAD
CONTROL [SELECT]
button to call up the Open/
Save display for the Multi
Pad Banks.
These operations can be used on each individual pad, just
as with the banks on the display at left.
Settings here can be saved to User drive or external devices
as a bank (file) on the Open/Save display.
You can use these operations to collect your favorite Multi
Pads and save custom Multi Pad Banks to the User drive or
external devices.
Instructions for these operations
are the same as in the other
Open/Save displays (such as
voices, songs, and styles).
Multi Pad Creating/Editing (Digital Recording)
The Multi Pad Creator lets you create your original Multi Pad phrases.
Basic Procedure (Multi Pad Creator)
1
Select a Multi Pad Bank to be edited or created
from the Open/Save display.
2
Press the [DIGITAL RECORDING] button.
3
Select “MULTI PAD CREATOR.”
4
Create the Multi Pad data.
Select a menu.
CAUTION
The operations corresponding to step #4 are
covered in the following page.
After you’ve finished creating/editing a Multi Pad, make sure to
execute the Save operation. The recorded Multi Pad will be lost
if you change to another bank or you turn the power off without executing the save operation (page 75).
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The Multi Pads
■ Multi Pad Realtime Recording ............................................................................................
The explanations here apply when you call up the RECORD page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on
page 169.
1
Select a particular Multi Pad for recording. If you
want to create the Multi Pad data from scratch,
press the [NEW BANK] LCD button to call up an
empty bank.
Repeat of
3 Turn
each pad On or
4
Off.
5
Enter a name for each Multi
Pad, as desired.
2
Execute the Realtime
Recording.
6
After you’ve finished creating/editing a Multi Pad,
make sure to execute the
Save operation (page 75).
● Start recording
Press the [RECORD] LCD button to
enable Synchro Start. Recording begins
automatically as soon as you play on the
keyboard.
You can also start recording by pressing
the STYLE CONTROL [START/STOP]
button. This lets you record as much
silence as you want before the start of the
Multi Pad phrase.
If Chord Match is set to on for the Multi
Pad to be recorded, you should record
using the notes of the C major seventh
scale (C, D, E, G, A and B).
C R C
Turn Chord Match of
each pad On or Off.
C R C
C = Chord note
C, R = Recommended note
● Stop recording
Press the [STOP] LCD button or the panel
MULTI PAD CONTROL [STOP] button to
stop recording when you’ve finished playing the phrase.
● Repeat On/Off
If the Repeat parameter is on for the selected pad, playback of the corresponding pad
will continue until the MULTI PAD [STOP] button is pressed. When you press the
Multi Pads of which the Repeat is turned on during song or style playback, playback
will start and repeat in sync with the beat.
If the Repeat parameter is off for the selected pad, playback will end automatically as
soon as the end of the phrase is reached.
● Chord Match On/Off
If the Chord Match parameter is on for the selected pad, the corresponding pad is
played back according to the chord specified in the chord section of the keyboard
generated by turning [ACMP] on, or specified in the LEFT voice section of the keyboard generated by turning [LEFT] on (when turning the [ACMP] off).
■ Multi Pad Step Recording using the Event List ..........................................................
The explanations here apply to when you call up the EDIT page in step #4 of the Basic
Procedure on page 169. The EDIT page indicates the Event list that lets you record notes
with absolutely precise timing. This Step Recording procedure is essentially the same as
that for Song Recording (pages 127–132), with the exception of the points listed below:
• There is no LCD button for switching channels, since Multi Pads contain data for
only a single channel.
• In the Multi Pad Creator, only the channel events and System Exclusive messages
can be entered. Chord and Lyrics events are not available. You can switch between
the two types of Event Lists by pressing the [F] button.
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NOTE
• Multi Pads indicated with the following icon (hand on fretboard)
are created with special note
transpositions to produce the natural chord voicing of the guitar.
Because of this, if the Chord
Match setting is set to off, the Multi
Pads may not sound appropriately.
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Music Finder
Quick Guide on page 40
This section briefly shows how to create and edit Music Finder records, and gives information about the structure and
organization of Music Finder data. For basic instructions on using Music Finder, see the “Quick Guide.”
Music Finder Record Editing
From the [MUSIC FINDER] → RECORD EDIT display, you can call up existing records and edit them to suit your preferences.
You can even use this to create your own Music Finder records which are saved to internal Flash ROM automatically.
NOTE
Enter each item in the same way as
done in the Search display.
Clears the selected record. The deleted
record number becomes empty.
Press this LCD button to add the currently edited
record to the Music Finder as a new record.
Press this to store the settings here to the
current record on Flash ROM and return
back to the MUSIC FINDER display.
Press this to cancel the operation and
return to the MUSIC FINDER display.
• You can also change a preset
record to create a new one. If you
want to keep the original preset,
make sure to name and register
the edited record as a new record.
Preset records can also be
cleared.
• Keep in mind that the Beat setting
made here is only for the Music
Finder search function; this does
not affect the actual Beat setting
of the style itself.
• The maximum number of records
is 2500, including preset records.
Creates a new genre for inclusion of the current
record, and lets you enter a genre name.
Determines the genre to which the
current record belongs.
Selects the section that will automatically be called
up set when the record is selected. This is useful,
for example, when you want to have a selected
Style automatically be set up and ready to start
with an Intro section.
Determines the tempo set when
this record is selected.
Adds the currently edited
record to the Favorite page.
Saving Music Finder Records as a single file
All Music Finder records created and stored on the internal Flash ROM can be handled together as a single file. Keep in mind that
individual records (panel setups) cannot be handled as separate files.
Music Finder
Flash ROM
Record
Preset Records
(editable)
The Open/Save display for the Music Finder called up
via [FUNCTION] → UTILITY → SYSTEM RESET →
MUSIC FINDER lets you save the Music Finder file to
the User drive or external devices.
All records can be saved together as a single file.
Record
Records added from the
Music Finder display.
Up to 2500 records can be created and saved.
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Music Finder
■ Restoring the Factory-programmed Music Finder.....................................................
The operation below lets you restore the Tyros2’s Music Finder to its original factory settings.
1
2
Select “UTILITY.”
3
Checkmark the MUSIC FINDER box.
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
4
Executes the Factory Reset operation for the Music Finder.
CAUTION
This operation automatically deletes all
your original records from internal memory and replaces them with the factory
Music Finder data.
■ Calling up Music Finder files saved to User drive or external devices .............
You can call up Music Finder data saved to any of the installed drives by the following procedure.
Select the desired Music Finder file from
the User drive or external devices.
Call up the Open/Save display for the Music
Finder via [FUNCTION] → UTILITY → SYSTEM
RESET → MUSIC FINDER.
All Music Finder records
can be stored together as a
single file.
When selecting a stored file,
a message appears prompting you to replace or append
the records as desired.
REPLACE
All Music Finder records
currently in the instrument
are deleted and replaced
with the records of the
selected file.
APPEND
The records called up are
added to the vacant
record numbers.
Select one of the settings
above to call up the Music
Finder file. Select “CANCEL” to abort this operation.
You can select a Music Finder file from the
Preset drive. This file is the factory-programmed Music Finder.
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CAUTION
Selecting “REPLACE” automatically deletes all your
original records from internal memory and replaces
them with the factory Music
Finder data.
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Registration Memory
Quick Guide on page 52
Basic instructions on using the Registration Memory are explained in the “Quick Guide.” This section gives detailed
information on the Freeze and Registration Sequence functions not covered in the “Quick Guide.”
■ About User Voices and Registration Memory .......................................................................................
When you memorize a panel setup to Registration Memory that uses a User voice (on the User drive or external devices),
keep in mind that the actual User voice is not memorized to Registration Memory—only its settings are.
Registration Memory saves and recognizes a User voice as:
• The preset voice on which the User voice is based
• The parameter settings made in Voice Set
Selecting a Registration Memory number with User voice calls up the two above, and not the User voice on the drive. This
means that the actual User voice could be changed or even deleted from the drive, and yet still be available in Registration
Memory.
Freeze
Quick Guide on page 54
This section briefly covers details on the Freeze function. For basic instructions on Freeze, refer to the “Quick Guide.”
1
Call up the Registration Freeze display via [FUNCTION] → FREEZE and
select the parameter group to be “frozen” or unchanged.
CAUTION
Settings in the Registration
Freeze display are automatically saved to Flash ROM when
you exit from the display. However, if you turn the power off
without exiting from this display, the settings will be lost.
NOTE
Select a parameter group
to be set.
These enter and remove checkmarks from the parameter groups. If you want a parameter group to remain
unchanged even when changing Registration Memory
numbers, enter a checkmark to the appropriate box.
2
3
• The settings on the Registration
Freeze display can be saved to
the User drive or external devices
on the [FUNCTION] → UTILITY →
SYSTEM SETUP display as a
System Setup file (page 196).
Turn the [FREEZE] button on.
You can check whether your Freeze settings are correct or not by changing the Registration Memory number.
Registration Sequence
As convenient as the Registration Memory buttons are, there may be times during a performance when you want to quickly switch
between settings—without having to take your hands from the keyboard. The convenient Registration Sequence function lets you
call up the presets in any order you specify, by simply using the [TAB] buttons or the pedal as you play.
Two functions—changing a Bank according to the order listed on the Open/
Save display and changing the Memory number according to the order determined from the Registration Sequence display—can be assigned to the
[TAB] button and the foot pedal connected to the Tyros2.
1
2
Select a Registration Memory bank of which the sequence is programmed.
Call up the Registration Sequence display via [FUNCTION] → REGISTRATION
SEQUENCE.
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Registration Memory
3
Program the Registration Sequence.
Determines which pedal is used to reverse (decrement)
through the sequence.
NOTE
• When both “Regist (+) Pedal” and
“Regist (-) Pedal” are set to “OFF,”
the pedals cannot be used to step
through the Registration
Sequence; only the [TAB] buttons
can be used in the MAIN display.
Determines which pedal is used to advance (increment)
through the sequence.
Indicates the file name of the selected
Registration Memory bank.
Turns the Registration Sequence function on/off. When this is set to “ON,” the
programmed Registration Sequence is
shown at the top right of the Main display, and you can step through the
sequence in this display by using the
[TAB] buttons or the pedal.
CAUTION
Indicates the Registration Memory preset numbers, in the order
of the current Registration
Sequence.
These move the cursor position in the sequence.
The controls in this section
are used for specifying the
order for calling up Registration Memory number as
a Registration Sequence.
Deletes all Registration Memory
numbers in the sequence.
Deletes the number at the cursor position.
Inserts the number of the currently selected Registration
Memory preset immediately before the cursor position.
Replaces the number at the cursor position with the currently
selected Registration Memory number.
Registration Sequence data is
included as part of the Registration
Memory bank file. To store your
newly programmed Registration
Sequence, save the current Registration Memory bank file (in step #5
below). Any Registration Sequence
data is lost when changing Registration Memory banks or when turning
the power off, unless you’ve saved it
with the Registration Memory bank
file.
Determines how Registration Sequence behaves when reaching the end of the
sequence.
STOP
Pressing the [TAB] button or the “advance” pedal has no effect.
The sequence is “stopped.”
TOP
The sequence starts again at the beginning.
NEXTBANK The sequence automatically moves to the beginning of the next
Registration Memory bank in the same folder.
4
After setting the REGISTRATION SEQUENCE ENABLE to on, press the [EXIT] button
to return to the Main display and confirm whether the Registration Memory numbers
are called up according to the sequence programmed above.
• Use the [TAB] button to call up the Registration Memory numbers in the order of the sequence, or
use the [TAB] button to call them up in reverse order. The [TAB] buttons can only be used for
Registration Sequence when the Main display is called up.
• Use a connected foot pedal to select the Registration Memory numbers in order. The foot pedal can
be used for Registration Sequence no matter which display is called up (except for the display in
step #3 above).
The Registration Sequence is indicated at the top
of the Main display, letting you confirm the currently
selected number.
When the SEQUENCE END is set to “NEXT
BANK,” the sequence automatically moves to the
beginning of the next Registration Memory bank in
the same folder.
NOTE
• To return to the first sequence in one action, press the [TAB]
buttons simultaneously in the Main display. This cancels the
currently selected sequence number (the box indicator at the
top right goes out). The first sequence will be selected by
pressing one of the [TAB] buttons or by pressing the pedal.
5
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Call up the Open/Save display for the Registration Memory Bank and save the Registration Sequence setting as a Registration Memory Bank file.
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Using a Microphone
Quick Guide on page 47
Connect a microphone to the Tyros2 and take advantage of the following features:
● Song Score and Lyrics display (pages 112, 114)—for ease in following along with a song.
● Guide (page 49)—for practicing your singing and learning the proper pitches.
● Vocal Harmony (page 48)—for automatically adding harmony vocals to your voice.
● Talk (page 177)—for instantly changing the microphone settings, or for making announcements between songs.
You can also apply DSP effects to your voice or make other microphone-related settings from the Mixing Console
display (page 179).
Make sure to adjust the INPUT VOLUME so that the SIGNAL
lamp lights but the OVER lamp does not.
This calls up the Microphone setting display
and lets you adjust the level of the microphone
and vocal harmony effect.
This calls up the Vocal Harmony Type selection display
and lets you not only select the desired harmony type
but also edit/create your original Vocal Harmony type.
Determines the on/off setting of the effect applied to the
microphone, set in the Mixing Console display.
This convenient function lets you temporarily cancel the vocal harmony or other microphone effects when using a connected microphone. This is especially useful when you talk between songs during
a performance.
This turns the Vocal Harmony effect on or off. If you connect a microphone to
the Tyros2, you can sing along with the song or style and have vocal harmony
parts added automatically.
Vocal Harmony Edit
This section explains briefly how to create your own Vocal Harmony types, and lists the detailed parameters for editing. Up to ten
Vocal Harmony types can be created and saved. For basic instructions on using Vocal Harmony, refer to the “Quick Guide.”
CAUTION
1
The settings here will be
lost if you change to
another Vocal Harmony
type or you turn the power
off without executing the
save operation.
Press the [VH TYPE
SELECT] button.
5
Save the edited Vocal Harmony type to the User
drive.
2
Select the desired Vocal
Harmony type in the same
way as done in the Open/
Save display.
Press the [EDIT]
LCD button.
4
a Vocal Harmony
3 Select
type to be edited.
Select the desired
parameter to be edited
and adjust the value.
(Refer to the list below.)
Vocal Harmony Edit parameters
VOCODER TYPE
Determines how the harmony notes are applied to the microphone sound when the
Harmony mode (page 178) is set to “VOCODER.”
CHORDAL TYPE
Determines how the harmony notes are applied to the microphone sound when the
Harmony mode (page 178) is set to “CHORDAL.”
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Determines whether the gender of the harmony sound is changed or not.
HARMONY GENDER TYPE
Off
The gender of the harmony sound is not changed.
Auto
The gender of the harmony sound is changed automatically.
Determines whether and how the gender of the lead vocal sound (i.e., the direct
microphone sound) will be changed. Please note that the number of harmony notes
differs depending on the selected type. When set to Off, three harmony notes are
produced. Other settings produce two harmony notes.
Off
LEAD GENDER TYPE
No gender change occurs.
Unison
No gender change occurs. You can adjust the LEAD GENDER DEPTH below.
Male
The corresponding gender change is applied to the lead vocal.
Female
The corresponding gender change is applied to the lead vocal.
LEAD GENDER DEPTH
Adjusts the degree of lead vocal gender change. This is available when the LEAD
GENDER TYPE above is set to other than Off.
The higher the value, the more “feminine” the harmony voice becomes. The lower
the value, the more “masculine” the voice.
LEAD PITCH CORRECT
This parameter is only effective when the LEAD GENDER TYPE above is set to
other than Off.
When Smooth or Hard is selected, the pitch of the lead vocal is shifted in precise
semitone steps.
UPPER GENDER
THRESHOLD
Gender change will occur when the harmony pitch reaches or exceeds the specified number of semitones above the lead vocal pitch.
LOWER GENDER
THRESHOLD
Gender change will occur when the harmony pitch reaches or exceeds the specified number of semitones below the lead vocal pitch.
UPPER GENDER DEPTH
Adjusts the degree of gender change applied to harmony notes higher than the
UPPER GENDER THRESHOLD.
The higher the value, the more “feminine” the harmony voice becomes. The lower
the value, the more “masculine” the voice.
LOWER GENDER DEPTH
Adjusts the degree of gender change applied to harmony notes lower than the
LOWER GENDER THRESHOLD.
The higher the value, the more “feminine” the harmony voice becomes. The lower
the value, the more “masculine” the voice.
VIBRATO DEPTH
Sets the depth of vibrato applied to the harmony sound. Also affects the lead vocal
sound when the LEAD GENDER TYPE above is set to other than Off.
VIBRATO RATE
Sets the speed of the vibrato effect. Also affects the lead vocal sound when the
LEAD GENDER TYPE above is set to other than Off.
VIBRATO DELAY
Specifies the length of the delay before the vibrato effect begins when a note is
produced. Higher values result in a longer delay.
HARMONY1/2/3 VOLUME
Sets the volume of the first/second/third harmony note.
Specifies the stereo (pan) position of the first/second/third harmony note.
HARMONY1/2/3 PAN
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Random
The stereo position of the sound will change randomly whenever the keyboard
is played.
-63–0–+63
A setting of -63 pans the sound hard left, while 0 is at center, and +63 is at hard
right.
HARMONY1/2/3 DETUNE
Detunes the first/second/third harmony note by the specified number of cents.
PITCH TO NOTE
When this is set to “ON,” you can “play” the voices of the Tyros2 with your voice.
(The Tyros2 tracks the pitch of your voice and converts it to note data for the tone
generator. Keep in mind, however, that dynamic changes in your voice do not affect
the volume of the tone generator.)
PITCH TO NOTE PART
Determines which of the Tyros2 parts will be controlled by the lead vocal when the
Pitch to Note parameter is “ON.”
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Using a Microphone
Talk Setting
This function is ideal for making announcements between your singing performances. When singing a song, several effects such
as reverb, delay and vocal harmony are usually assigned to the MIC/LINE IN Setup. When speaking to your audience, however,
these effects may sound disturbing or unnatural. Whenever the [TALK] button is turned on, Delay and Vocal Harmony effects
turn off and the amount of reverb lowers automatically. Talk settings can be customized as well, allowing you to add any desired
effects to your voice as you speak to your audience. Turning the [TALK] button off automatically recalls the MIC/LINE IN Setup
for singing again.
Select a menu.
If necessary, use the [TAB] buttons
to call up the Talk Setting display.
CAUTION
Settings in the Talk Settings display
are automatically saved to Flash
ROM when you exit from the display. However, if you turn the power
off without exiting from this display, the settings will be lost.
Press the [MIC SETTING]
button.
For singing
NOTE
• The settings on the Talk Setting
display can be saved to the User
drive or external devices on the
[FUNCTION] → UTILITY → SYSTEM SETUP display as a System
Setup file (page 196)
For talking
Talk Setting Parameters
VOLUME
This determines the output volume of the microphone sound.
PAN
This sets the stereo pan position of the microphone sound.
REVERB DEPTH
These set the depth of the reverb effects applied to the microphone sound.
CHORUS DEPTH
These set the depth of the chorus effects applied to the microphone sound.
TOTAL VOLUME ATTENUATOR
This determines the amount of attenuation to be applied to the overall
sound (excepting the microphone input)—allowing you to effectively adjust
the balance between your voice and the overall instrument sound.
DSP MIC ON/OFF
This turns the DSP effect applied to the microphone sound ON or OFF.
DSP MIC TYPE
This selects the type of DSP effect to be applied to the microphone sound.
DSP MIC DEPTH
This sets the depth of the DSP effect applied to the microphone sound.
Microphone Overall Settings
If necessary, press the
[TAB] button to call up the
Microphone Overall Settings display.
Press the [MIC SETTING] button.
CAUTION
Set each parameter.
Select the row at which
the desired parameters
are located by pressing
the corresponding LCD
button.
Settings in the Microphone
Overall Settings display are
automatically saved to Flash
ROM when you exit from the
display. However, if you turn
the power off without exiting
from this display, the settings
will be lost.
■ 3BAND EQ
EQ (Equalizer) is a processor that divides the frequency spectrum into multiple bands which can be boosted or cut as
required to tailor the overall frequency response. The Tyros2 features a high grade three-band digital equalizer function
for the microphone sound.
● Hz ...............Adjusts the center frequency of the corresponding band.
● dB...............Boosts or cuts the level of the corresponding band by up to 12 dB.
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■ NOISE GATE
This effect mutes the input signal when the input from the microphone falls below a specified level. This effectively cuts
off extraneous noise, allowing the desired signal (vocal, etc.) to pass.
● SW (Switch) ............. This turns Noise Gate on or off.
● TH. (Threshold) ....... This adjusts the input level at which the gate begins to open.
■ COMPRESSOR
This effect holds down the output when the input signal from the microphone exceeds a specified level. This is especially
useful for smoothing out vocals that have widely varying dynamics. It effectively “compresses” the signal, making soft
parts louder and loud parts softer.
● SW (Switch) ............. This turns Compressor on or off.
● TH. (Threshold) ....... This adjusts the input level at which compression begins to be applied.
● RATIO ........................ This adjusts the compression ratio.
● OUT............................ Adjusts the final output level.
■ VOCAL HARMONY CONTROL
The following parameters determine how the harmony is controlled.
● VOCODER CONTROL
The Vocal Harmony effect is controlled by note data—the notes you play on the keyboard and/or the notes of the song
data. This parameter lets you determine which notes are used to control the harmony.
MUTE/PLAY
SONG CHANNEL
OFF/1–16
When set to “MUTE,” the channel selected below is muted (turned off) during keyboard performance or song playback.
When set to “OFF,” song data control over harmony is turned off. When set to one of the values
1–16, note data (played from a song on disk or external MIDI sequencer) contained on the corresponding channel is used to control the harmony.
KEYBOARD
OFF
UPPER
LOWER
Keyboard control over harmony is turned off.
Notes played to the right of the split point (page 158) control the harmony.
Notes played to the left of the split point (page 158) control the harmony.
● BAL (Balance)
This lets you set the balance between the lead vocal (your own voice) and Vocal Harmony. Raising this value increases the
volume of the Vocal Harmony and decreases that of the lead vocal. When this is set to L<H63 (L: Lead Vocal, H: Vocal
Harmony), only the Vocal Harmony is output; when it is set to L63>H, only the lead vocal is output.
● MODE (Vocal Harmony mode)
All of the Vocal Harmony types fall into one of three modes which produce harmony in different ways. The harmony effect
is dependent on the selected Vocal Harmony mode, and this parameter determines how the harmony is applied to your
voice. The three modes are described below.
VOCODER
The harmony notes are determined by the notes you play on the keyboard and/ or song data.
CHORDAL
The harmony notes are determined by the following three types of chord: chords played in the chord section of the
keyboard (with the [ACMP] turned on), chords played in the LEFT voice section of the keyboard (with the [ACMP]
turned off and the [LEFT] turned on), and chords contained in song data for controlling the harmony. (Not available
if the song does not contain any chord data.)
AUTO
When the [ACMP] or [LEFT] is set to ON and if chord data exists in the song, the mode is automatically set to
CHORDAL. In all other cases, the mode is set to VOCODER.
● CHORD
The following parameters determine which data in a recorded song is used for chord detection.
OFF
Chords are not detected from the song data.
XF
Chords of XF format are used for the Vocal Harmony.
1–16
Chords are detected from note data in the specified song channel.
● Vocal Range
Set this to obtain the most natural vocal harmony, depending on your voice.
Normal
Normal setting
Low
Setting for lower voice. This setting is also appropriate for growling and shouting.
High
Setting for higher voice. This setting is also appropriate for singing close to the microphone.
■ MIC/LINE IN (Microphone)
The following parameters determine how the microphone sound is controlled.
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MUTE
When set to OFF, the microphone sound is turned off.
VOLUME
Adjusts the output volume of the microphone sound.
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Mixing Console
There are many components that make up the overall sound of the Tyros2. These include MIDI sequence data from
the songs, styles, and Multi Pads, and audio input from a microphone, as well as the various parts of your keyboard
performance. The Mixing Console gives you control over the volume and pan settings of each of these components—
and some other settings as well—letting you fine-tune the overall sound of the Tyros2.
Parts making up the Tyros2 sound
● Keyboard parts
● Multi Pad parts
Consists of RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2, RIGHT 3, LEFT.
Consists of Multi Pads 1, 2, 3, and 4
● Microphone sound part
Split Point (page 158)
● Song parts
● Style parts
Consists of 1–16 channels.
Consists of Rhythm 1, 2, Bass, Chord1, 2, Pad,
Phrase 1, 2
Basic Procedure (Mixing Console)
2
1
Press the [MIXING
CONSOLE] button to
call up the Mixing
Console display.
Use the [TAB] buttons
to call up the desired page.
Press the [MIXING CONSOLE] button several times
until the desired parts are
displayed.
Pressing the [MIXING CONSOLE] button alternates
among the displays as listed
below.
3
Part Settings (page 180), Effects (page 181)
Part Settings (page 180), Equalizer (page 184)
Part Settings
(page 180)
Master Compressor (page 185)
Line Out Settings (page 185)
Quick Guide
on pages 36,
37, and 46
All parts
4
Style channels
Select the
row at which
the desired
parameters
are located by
pressing the
corresponding LCD button.
Song channels 1-8
Song channels 9-16
The available displays above
may differ depending on the
page you selected in step #2.
4
5
6
Set each parameter.
If necessary, store the settings from the Mixing Console display.
Basic instructions on saving the settings are given below, and brief explanations of the parameters are on the next
page. For details on the parameters, refer to the separate Data List booklet.
• The settings of the keyboard parts, Style part, Maulti Pad part, and Microphone sound part can be memorized to the Registration Memory (page 52).
• The settings of the Song part can be saved as a song to the User drive or external devices. After setting, call
up the CHANNEL display of the Song Creator, press the [EXECUTE] LCD button on this display to reflect
the settings to the song data on RAM, then save the song to the User drive or external devices (page 56).
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Part Settings
The explanations here apply to step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 179. The parameters explained below can be set on the
display pages called up in step #2 of the Basic Procedure on page 179.
VOL/VOICE page parameters
SONG AUTO REVOICE
See page 181.
VOICE
Calls up the VOICE display, from which you can select the desired
voice for each part. When the Style channels are called up in step #3
of the Basic Procedure on page 179, neither Organ Flutes voices nor
User voices can be selected. When the Song channels are called up in
step #3 of the Basic Procedure on page 179, User voices cannot be
selected. Please note that the voice of the Multi Pad cannot be
changed via the Mixing Console.
PANPOT
Determines the stereo position of the selected part (channel). A setting
of 0 pans the sound hard left, while 64 is at center, and 127 is at hard
right.
VOLUME
Determines the level of each part or channel, giving you fine control
over the balance of all the parts.
FILTER page parameters
HARMONIC CONTENT
Allows you to adjust the resonance effect (page 92) for each part.
BRIGHTNESS
Determines the brightness of the sound for each part by adjusting the
cutoff frequency (page 92).
NOTE
• The RHY1 channel in the STYLE
PART display can be assigned to
any voice except the Organ Flute
voice.
• When playing GM song data,
channel 10 (in the SONG CH 9–
16 page) can only be used for a
Drum Kit voice.
• When changing the rhythm/percussion voices (drum kits, etc.) of
the style and song from the
VOICE parameter, the detailed
settings related to the drum voice
are reset, and in some cases you
may be unable to restore the original sound. In the case of song
playback, you can restore the original sound by returning to the
beginning of the song and playing
back from that point. In the case of
style play, you can restore the
original sound by selecting the
same style again.
TUNE page parameters
PORTAMENTO TIME
Portamento is a function that creates a smooth transition in pitch from
the first note played on the keyboard to the next. The Portamento Time
determines the pitch transition time. Higher values result in a longer
pitch change time. Setting this to “0” results in no effect. This parameter
is available when the selected keyboard part is set to Mono (page 87).
PITCH BEND RANGE
Determines the range of the PITCH BEND wheel for each keyboard
part. The range is from “0” to “12” with each step corresponding to one
semitone.
OCTAVE
Determines the range of the pitch change in octaves, over two octaves
up or down for each keyboard part. The value set here is added to the
setting via the [OCTAVE] button.
TUNING
Determines the pitch of each keyboard part.
TRANSPOSE
Allows the pitch to be transposed up or down in semitone increments.
Setting this to “MASTER” transposes the overall sound of the instrument, while “SONG” transposes song playback, and “KEYBOARD”
transposes the keyboard pitch, as well as that of style playback and the
Multi Pads (since these are also affected by keyboard play in the lefthand section).
EFFECT page parameters
TYPE
Page 183
REVERB
Adjusts the Reverb Send Level (page 182) for each part or channel.
CHORUS
Adjusts the Chorus Send Level (page 182) for each part or channel.
DSP
Adjusts the DSP Effect Dry/Wet Level for each part or channel.
EQ page parameters
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TYPE
Page 184
EDIT
Page 184
EQ HIGH
Determines the center frequency of the high EQ band that is attenuated/boosted for each part.
EQ LOW
Determines the center frequency of the low EQ band that is attenuated/
boosted for each part.
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• As described at left, in addition to
the Master Transpose setting,
there are two other transpose controls: Keyboard Transpose and
Song Transpose. These can be
used to match both the song and
your keyboard performance to a
certain key. For example, let’s say
you wish to both play and sing
along with a certain recorded
song. The song data is in F, but
you feel most comfortable singing
in D, and you are accustomed to
playing the keyboard part in C. To
match up the keys, set the Master
Transpose to “0,” the Keyboard
Transpose to “2,” and the Song
Transpose to “-3.” This brings the
keyboard part up and the song
data down to your comfortable
singing key.
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Song Auto Revoice
This feature lets you use the stunning sound of the Tyros2 to full advantage with XG-compatible song data. When you play back
any commercially available XG song data or that created on other instruments, you can use Auto Revoice to automatically assign
the specially created voices of the Tyros2 (Live!, Cool!, etc.) instead of the conventional XG voices of the same type. To do this,
simply turn on Song Auto Revoice (from the VOL/VOICE display page), and the Tyros2 uses its unique, superior sound set
instead of the normal XG counterparts. You can even specify your own favorite voices for this function and make other detailed
settings via the [SETUP] LCD button.
Auto Revoice
Turns the Auto Revoice
function on or off.
XG voices contained in
the song data
Replaced voices of the
Tyros2
Press these LCD buttons to
change the list of replaced
voices. See below for details.
Replaces all of the replaceable
XG voices with the rich and
authentic voices of the Tyros2.
Replaces only the recommended voices that are suitable
for playing back the song.
All the voices are returned to the
original XG voices.
Selects the XG voices
to be replaced (voices
usually used when
playing back).
Selects the voices used
to replace the XG voices
(when SONG AUTO
REVOICE is set to ON).
Press the [OK] LCD button to execute
the settings and closes the Auto
Revoice Setup display.
Press the [CANCEL] LCD button to
close the Auto Revoice Setup screen
without executing the settings.
Effects
The Tyros2 has a wide variety of high-quality effects—including Reverb, Chorus, and a diverse selection of DSP (Digital Signal
Processor) effects—that can be used to independently enhance or change the sound of the various parts (keyboard, style, song,
Multi Pads, and microphone sound).
■ Effect Block
Parts to which the effects
are applied
Characteristics
Effect
Connection
Number of
User Effect
All parts
Reproduces the warm ambience of playing in
a concert hall or jazz club.
System
3
All parts
Produces a rich “fat” sound as if several parts
are being played simultaneously.
System
3
Style part (all channels)
+ Song part (all channels)
In addition to the Reverb and Chorus types,
the Tyros2 has special DSP effects, that include additional effects usually used for a specific part, such as distortion and tremolo.
System/
Insertion
3
RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2,
RIGHT 3, LEFT, Song part
(all channels)
Any unused DSP blocks are automatically assigned to the appropriate parts (channels) as
needed.
Insertion
10
Microphone sound
Dedicated for use only with the microphone
sound.
Insertion
10
Vocal Harmony
Microphone sound
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Insertion
10
Master EQ
All parts
Page 184
System
2
Page 180
—
0
Part EQ
Style part (all channels),
Multi Pad part, Song part
(all channels), RIGHT 1,
RIGHT 2, RIGHT 3, LEFT
Master Compressor
All parts
Page 185
System
5
Reverb
Chorus
DSP1
DSP2
DSP3
DSP4
DSP5
DSP6
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■ System Effects and Insertion Effects
All the effect blocks are connected or routed in one of two ways: System or Insertion. System applies
the selected effect to all parts, while Insertion applies the selected effect to one specific part.
The DSP 1 effect can be configured for either System or Insertion routing via the Effect Parameter
settings (page 183).
■ Effect Signal Flow Chart
System Effect
Reverb
Chorus
DSP1
When DSP1 is set as an System effect
Send Level
(set for each part or
channel)
Return Level
(set for all parts or
channels)
Insertion Effect
Assigned automatically to
respective parts as needed.
RIGHT 1
RIGHT 2
DSP2
RIGHT 3
DSP3
DSP4
LEFT
DSP5
Song part
(each channel)
Master
Compressor
Part EQ
Master EQ
DSP1
Style part
(each channel)
When DSP1 is set as
an Insertion effect
Multi Pad
Microphone
sound
Vocal
Harmony
DSP6
NOTE
• About DSP 1
In most cases, the DSP 1 effect block is available for either the song or style part. For songs and
styles, the effect block is applied to only the last selected or played part.
For example, when selecting or starting a song during style playback, the DSP 1 effect applied to the
style part is cancelled and is applied instead to the song part. Particularly if the style data originally is
processed with a distortion effect of DSP 1, this operation may result in disrupting the overall volume
balance among the style parts (channels).
Note that the same problem may occur when starting or selecting a style during song playback.
• About DSP 2–5
The effect blocks DSP 2 through 5 are available independently for the keyboard parts and song
parts. Only that part which has been assigned to an effect block can use that effect. For example, if
you select or start a song, the DSP effect applied to the keyboard part is cancelled and is applied
instead to the song. Pressing the [DSP] button on the panel restores the corresponding effect block
to the current keyboard part (from the song).
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■ Selecting an Effect type and creating a User Effect
Various types of Effects are provided for each Effect Block listed on page 182. Each Effect type can be
edited with the parameters (see the Effect Type Edit display below) and saved as a User Effect Type.
● Effect Type Selection display for each block
Select an Effect Block and a part to
which the corresponding effect is
applied. Please note that a part cannot
be selected if the selected block is used
as a System Effect. See the Effect
Block list on page 181.
● Effect Type Edit
Select an Effect type after
selecting a category.
● User Effect Type Save
Select a block to
which the desired
effect type
belongs.
When the edited effect block is
a System Effect, the Effect
Return Level parameter (page
182) can be adjusted here.
Set the value of the parameter selected at left.
Select a parameter to be edited. Parameters
displayed differ depending on the selected
Effect type. Refer to the separate Data List
booklet for details.
Pressing the [SAVE] LCD
button calls up the pop-up
window for entering the
name of the edited Effect
type. Enter the desired
name and press the [OK]
LCD button to save the
edited effect to the location
specified at left.
Select the destination to which the
effect is to be stored.
The number of memory spaces
available for the destination differs
for each block (page 181).
Select an Effect category/type to
be edited.
The value of the parameters when turning the [VARIATION] on
can be set as for the DSP2–5 blocks.
Use these LCD buttons to switch between the upper/lower
parameters. For the lower parameter, the depth can be changed
when the [VARIATION] button is on.
NOTE
• Keep in mind that in some cases noise may result if you adjust
the effect parameters while playing the instrument.
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Mixing Console
Equalizer (EQ)
Equalizer (also called “EQ”) is a sound processor that divides the frequency spectrum into multiple bands which can be boosted
or cut as required to tailor the overall frequency response.
Usually an equalizer is used to correct the sound from speakers to match the special character of the room. The sound is divided
into several frequency bands, allowing you to correct the sound by raising or lowering the level for each band. EQ allows you to
adjust the tone or timbre of the sound to match the performance space, or to compensate for certain acoustic characteristics in
your room. For example, you can cut some of the low range frequencies when playing in large spaces where the sound is too
“boomy,” or boost the high frequencies in rooms and close spaces where the sound is relatively “dead” and free of echoes.
The Tyros2 possesses a high grade five-band digital EQ. With this function, a final effect—tone control—can be added to the
output of your instrument. You can even create your own custom EQ settings by adjusting the frequency bands, and save the
settings to one of two User Master EQ types. Along with the five Preset EQ settings, these can be called up as needed from the
[MIXING CONSOLE] → EQ display.
Bandwidth (also called “Shape” or “Q”)
Gain
0
Freq
(Frequency)
5 bands →
LOW
EQ1
LOWMID
EQ2
MID
EQ3
● Master EQ type selection and Part EQ adjusting
HIGHMID
EQ4
HIGH
EQ5
● Master EQ type editing
Use the [STORE] LCD
buttons to call up the
pop-up window for
entering the name of the
edited Master EQ type.
Enter the desired name
and press [OK] to save.
Up to two types of EQ
can be created and
saved.
Select a Master EQ type.
Selecting a Master EQ
type automatically set the
parameters displayed at
the bottom of this display.
The PRESET and USER curves
can be edited as required via the
corresponding buttons. Each of
the five bands can be boosted or
cut by up to 12 dB.
Adjusts the overall gain of
all EQ bands simultaneously.
Whenever an EQ band is edited, the corresponding EQ value is highlighted and the number of the edited band appears above the Q and
FREQ controls. The Q and FREQ controls can then be used to adjust
the Q (bandwidth) and the FREQ (center frequency) of the selected
band. The higher the Q setting, the narrower the bandwidth. The available FREQ range is different for each band.
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Master Compressor
Compressor is an effect commonly used to limit and compress the dynamics (softness/loudness) of an audio signal. For signals
that vary widely in dynamics, such as vocals and guitar parts, it “squeezes” the dynamic range, effectively making soft sounds
louder and loud sounds softer. When used with gain to boost the overall level, this creates a more powerful, more consistently
high-level sound. Compression can be used to increase sustain for electric guitar, smooth out the volume of a vocal, or bring a
drum kit or rhythm pattern further up-front in the mix.
The Tyros2 has a sophisticated multi-band compressor that allows you to adjust the compression effect for individual frequency
bands—giving you detailed sonic control. You edit and save your own custom Compressor types, or conveniently select from one
of the presets by calling up the [MIXING CONSOLE] → CMP display.
● Master Compressor type selection and editing
Selecting a Master Compressor
type automatically sets the parameters (at the bottom of the display) to
the optimum values for the type.
Determines the frequency curve for the
Compressor, or which
frequencies compression is applied to.
Turns the Master
Compressor
effect on or off.
Determines the Threshold (minimum
level at which compression starts) and
Gain (level of the compressed signal at
three separate frequency bands). The
actual effect of the Gain settings depends
on the Basic Type at left.
● Master Compressor saving
The following display lets you save the Master Compressor settings from the display
shown at left as a User Compressor type.
Select the destination to which the
User Master compressor is to be
stored.
Pressing the [SAVE]
LCD button calls up the
pop-up window for
entering the name of the
edited Compressor
type. Enter the desired
name and press the
[OK] LCD button to save
the edited compressor
to the location specified
at left.
Line Out Settings
The [MIXING CONSOLE] → LINE OUT display allows you to send the output of a selected Part or Parts to the LINE OUT
jacks. For Drum Parts, you can even select specific drum sounds to be output through these jacks.
In general, the extensive built-in effects and other Part controls of the Tyros2 provide all you need for processing and mixing
complex multi-Part songs. However, there may be times when you want to “sweeten” or process a certain Voice or sound with a
favorite outboard effect unit, or record a Part to a separate track of a tape recorder. The Line Out settings are designed just for
these kinds of applications.
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● Line Out settings for each part or channel
Set the output configuration for the
selected part by checkmarking or
un-checkmarking the appropriate
column (jack).
Select the desired part.
● Line Out settings for each instrument (key)
Set the output configuration for the selected drum sound
by checkmarking or un-checkmarking the appropriate column (jack).
• When checkmarking the box of “DEPEND ON PART”:
The selected drum sound will be output via the jacks
set from the PANEL page at left.
• When checkmarking the box of one of a column
other than “DEPEND ON PART”:
An individual percussion setting overrides the Part settings made from the PANEL page at left.
Select the desired drum instrument.
■ MAIN jacks
The part, channel or percussion sound of which the MAIN box is checkmarked will be
output from the following jacks. This output sound includes the effect settings.
• MAIN jacks on the rear panel
• PHONES jack
• LOOP SEND jack
• Optional Speaker
■ SUB jacks
The part, channel, or percussion sound of which the SUB1, SUB2, or SUB1&2 box is
checkmarked will be output from the jacks as described below.
• When any of the SUB1/SUB2/SUB1&2 boxs are checkmarked, the part (channel)
or percussion sound will be output via the corresponding jacks. In this case, only
Insertion effects can be applied; System effects and other effects will not be applied
to the output sound.
• When any of the SUB1/SUB2/SUB1&2 boxs are checkmarked, the part (channel)
or percussion sound will not be output through the MAIN/PHONES/LOOP SEND
jack or optional connected speakers.
• When the SUB1&2 box is checkmarked, the part (channel) or percussion sound will
be output in stereo (1: left, 2: right).
• When the SUB1/SUB2 box is checkmarked, the part (channel) or percussion sound
will be output in mono, respectively.
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• When using one of the SUB Line
Out settings, make sure that
you’ve connected cables to the
appropriate LINE OUT SUB jacks
on the rear panel. If cables are
only connected to the MAIN jacks,
the sound of the Part will be output through the MAIN jacks, even
if one of the SUB1/SUB2/SUB1&2
is checkmarked.
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Making Global and Other Important Settings—Function
The Function menu called up by pressing the [FUNCTION] button gives you access to various advanced functions
related to the instrument as a whole. These sophisticated functions let you customize the Tyros2 to your own musical
needs and preferences.
Basic Procedure (Function)
1
2
Select the desired menu by pressing the
corresponding LCD button.
Press the [FUNCTION]
button.
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Page 188
Pages 152 and 157
Page 214
Page 189
Page 193
Pages 173 and 188
Some of the functions are
explained in other sections
of the manual, and are indicated by the page references above.
NOTE
• How to save the settings differs
depending on the menu. For
details, see the page of each
menu and refer to the Parameter
Chart in the separate Data List
booklet.
3
Set the desired parameters on
each display.
Tuning
Parameters set on the display called up by selecting “MASTER TUNE/SCALE TUNE” in step #2 of the Basic Procedure above
are explained below.
■ MASTER TUNE ...................................................................................................................................................
The [FUNCTION] → MASTER TUNE/SCALE TUNE → MASTER TUNE display allows you to make fine adjustments to the overall
pitch of the instrument, from 414.8–466.8 Hz by using the corresponding the lower and upper LCD buttons—letting you accurately
match the tuning with that of other instruments. Press the corresponding lower and upper buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the
value to the factory setting of 440.0 Hz.
Please note that the Tune function does not affect the Drum Kit or SFX Kit voices.
■ SCALE TUNE.......................................................................................................................................................
The [FUNCTION] → MASTER TUNE/SCALE TUNE → SCALE TUNE display determines the particular tuning system (or temperament) for the instrument. This function allows each individual note of the octave to be tuned in cents (1 cent = 1/100th of a semitone)
for each part—especially useful for playing period pieces, to match the tuning system used during specific musical eras.
NOTE
• The Scale Tune settings here
can be memorized to the Registration Memory.
Select a scale type to instantly call
up one of the pre-programmed
Scale Tune settings.
The current tuning
of each note is
shown in the corresponding key.
Determines the base
note for each scale.
When the base note is
changed, the pitch of the
keyboard is transposed,
yet maintains the original
pitch relationship
between the notes.
Select the part to which the
Scale Tune setting here is
applied by checkmarking the
box.
Select the desired note and tune it.
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Making Global and Other Important Settings—Function
Preset Scale type
Scale name
Decription
EQUAL
The pitch range of each octave is divided equally into twelve parts, with each half-step
evenly spaced in pitch. This is the most commonly used tuning in music today.
PURE MAJOR
PURE MINOR
These tunings preserve the pure mathematical intervals of each scale, especially for
triad chords (root, third, fifth). You can hear this best in actual vocal harmonies—such
as choirs and acapella singing.
PYTHAGOREAN
This scale was devised by the famous Greek philosopher and is created from a series
of perfect fifths, which are collapsed into a single octave. The 3rd in this tuning are
slightly unstable, but the 4th and 5th are beautiful and suitable for some leads.
MEAN-TONE
This scale was created as an improvement on the Pythagorean scale, by making the
major third interval more “in tune.” It was especially popular from the 16th century to the
18th century. Handel, among others, used this scale.
WERCKMEISTER
KIRNBERGER
This composite scale combines the Werckmeister and Kirnberger systems, which were
themselves improvements on the mean-tone and Pythagorean scales. The main feature of this scale is that each key has its own unique character. The scale was used
extensively during the time of Bach and Beethoven, and even now it is often used when
performing period music on the harpsichord.
ARABIC1, 2
Use these tunings when playing Arabic music.
Voice Set
Parameters set on the VOICE SET display called up via the [FUNCTION] → REGISTRATION MEMORY/FREEZE/VOICE SET→VOICE
SET are explained here.
When changing voices (selecting a voice file), the settings best matching the voice—the same as those set in the Voice Set—are always and
automatically called up. From this page, you can set the on/off status for each part. Normally, it is recommended that these are set to “ON.”
Use these to select the
desired part.
These determine whether the corresponding voice-related settings
are automatically called up or not
when you select a voice. These
settings can be turned on or off
independently for each part.
Screen Out Settings
Parameters set on the display called up by selecting “SCREEN OUT” in step #2 of the Basic Procedure on page 187 are explained below. You
can connect the Tyros2 to a computer monitor, television or video monitor to display the lyrics and chords in your song data on a larger screen.
For information on the RGB OUT and VIDEO OUT connections, see page 16.
NOTE
• Occasionally some flashing parallel lines
Select the desired output monitor type. (RGB OUT delivers higher resolution than VIDEO OUT.) If you select
VIDEO, set this to correspond to the standard (VIDEO
(NTSC) or VIDEO (PAL)) used by your video equipment.
The default setting is “VIDEO (PAL).” If the standard used
by your television or video monitor is not VIDEO (PAL) (for
example, VIDEO (NTSC) is generally used in North
America), change the setting to “VIDEO (NTSC).”
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Determines the contents of the
Video Out signal, or which data is
sent to the video monitor.
• LYRICS/TEXT
Only the lyrics of the song or
text are output via RGB OUT or
VIDEO OUT, regardless of the
display that is called up on the
instrument itself. This lets you
select other displays and still
have the lyrics/text shown on
the monitor.
• LCD
The currently selected display is
output via RGB OUT or VIDEO
OUT.
may appear in the television or video monitor. This does not necessarily indicate that
the monitor is malfunctioning. You may be
able to remedy the situation by changing the
Character Color or Background Color parameters. For optimum results, also try adjusting
the color settings on the monitor itself.
• Avoid looking at the monitor for prolonged
periods of time since doing so could damage
your eyesight. Take frequent breaks and
focus your eyes on distant objects to avoid
eyestrain.
• Keep in mind that even after adjusting all settings as recommended here, the monitor you
are using may not show the Tyros2’s display
contents as expected (e.g., the display contents may not fit on the screen, the characters may not be completely clear, or the
colors may be incorrect).
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Controller
Parameters set on the display called up by selecting “CONTROLLER” in step #2 of the Basic Procedure on page 187 are
explained below. This display lets you make settings for controllers with which the Tyros2 is equipped (including the keyboard,
modulation wheel, pitch bend wheel) and which are connected to the Tyros2 (including the footswitch and foot controller).
■ FOOT PEDAL .............................................................................................................................
From the [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → FOOT PEDAL display, you can assign one of various
functions to each foot pedal (footswitch or foot controller) connected to the Tyros2.
Pedal on/off operation may
differ depending on the particular pedal you’ve connected to the Tyros2. For
example, pressing down on
one pedal may turn the
selected function on, while
pressing a different make/
brand of pedal may turn the
function off. If necessary,
use this setting to reverse
the operation.
Determines the particular
pedal to which a function is to
be assigned.
Determines the function to be
assigned to the selected
pedal.
Foot Controller FC7
(optional)
NOTE
Footswitch
FC4 (optional)
Footswitch
FC5 (optional)
• The FC4, FC5, and FC7
can be plugged into any
of the three jacks.
If necessary, set the parameters
related to the selected function. Displayed parameters differ depending on
the selected function.
Functions that can be assigned to the foot pedal (footswitch, foot controller)
VOLUME*
Allows you to use a foot controller to control the volume. You can turn this pedal function on or off for
each part on this display.
When the pedal is pressed, notes played have a long sustain. Releasing the pedal immediately stops
(damps) any sustained notes. You can turn this pedal function on or off for each keyboard part on this
display.
SUSTAIN
If you press and hold the foot switch here, all the notes shown will be sustained.
If you press and hold the pedal here, only the first note will be sustained (the note that you played and
held when pressing the pedal). This makes it possible to sustain a chord, for example, while other notes
are played staccato. You can turn this pedal function on or off for each keyboard part on this display.
SOSTENUTO
If you press and hold the foot switch here, only the first note will be sustained
(the note that you played and held when pressing the foot switch).
SOFT
When you press the foot switch, the soft effect is applied to the keyboard notes. You can turn this pedal
function on or off for each keyboard part on this display.
GLIDE
When the pedal is pressed, the pitch changes, and then returns to normal pitch when the pedal is
released. The following parameters can be set for this function on this display.
• UP/DOWN—determines whether the pitch change goes up (is raised) or down (is lowered)
• RANGE—determines the range of the pitch change, in semitones
• ON SPEED—determines the speed of the pitch change when the pedal is pressed
• OFF SPEED—determines the speed of the pitch change when the pedal is released
• LEFT, RIGHT 1, 2, 3—turns this pedal function on or off for each keyboard part
PORTAMENTO
The portamento effect (a smooth slide between notes) can be produced while the pedal is pressed.
Portamento is produced when notes are played legato style (i.e., a note is played while the preceding
note is still held). The portamento time can be set via the Mixing Console display. You can turn this
pedal function on or off for each keyboard part on this display.
PITCHBEND*
Bend notes up or down while pedal is pressed. The following parameters can be set for this function
on this display.
• UP/DOWN—determines whether the pitch change goes up (is raised) or down (is lowered)
• RANGE—determines the range of the pitch change, in semitones
• LEFT, RIGHT 1, 2, 3—turns this pedal function on or off for each keyboard part
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MODULATION*
Applies a vibrato effect to notes played on the keyboard.
S. ARTICULATION
When you use a Super Articulation voice that has an effect assigned to the pedal, you can enable the
effect by pressing the footswitch. You can turn this function on or off for each keyboard part on this
display.
DSP VARIATION
Same as the [DSP VARIATION] button on the panel. You can turn this pedal function on or off for each
keyboard part on this display. This allows you to use the foot pedal to control [DSP VARIATION] for
only the current keyboard part, or for multiple keyboard parts simultaneously.
HARMONY/ECHO
Same as the [HARMONY/ECHO] button.
VOCAL HARMONY
Same as the [VOCAL HARMONY] button.
TALK
Same as the [TALK] button.
SCORE PAGE +
While the song is stopped, you can turn to the next score page (one page at a time).
SCORE PAGE -
While the song is stopped, you can turn to the previous score page (one page at a time).
LYRICS PAGE +
While the song is stopped, you can turn to the next lyrics page (one page at a time).
LYRICS PAGE -
While the song is stopped, you can turn to the previous lyrics page (one page at a time).
TEXT PAGE +
You can turn to the next text page (one page at a time)
TEXT PAGE -
You can turn to the previous text page (one page at a time).
HDR PLAY/PAUSE
Same as the HARD DISK RECORDER [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
SONG PLAY/PAUSE
Same as the SONG [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
STYLE START/STOP
Same as the STYLE [START/STOP] button.
TAP TEMPO
Same as the [TAP TEMPO] button.
SYNCHRO START
Same as the [SYNC. START] button.
SYNCHRO STOP
Same as the [SYNC. STOP] button.
INTRO 1
Same as the [INTRO I] button.
INTRO 2
Same as the [INTRO II] button.
INTRO 3
Same as the [INTRO III] button.
MAIN A
Same as the MAIN [A] button.
MAIN B
Same as the MAIN [B] button.
MAIN C
Same as the MAIN [C] button.
MAIN D
Same as the MAIN [D] button.
FILL DOWN
A fill-in plays, automatically followed by the Main section of the button on the immediate left.
FILL SELF
A fill-in plays, automatically followed by the previously played Main section.
FILL BREAK
A break plays, automatically followed by the previously played Main section.
FILL UP
A fill-in plays, automatically followed by the Main section of the button on the immediate right.
ENDING1
Same as the [ENDING/rit. I] button.
ENDING2
Same as the [ENDING/rit. II] button.
ENDING3
Same as the [ENDING/rit. III] button.
FADE IN/OUT
Same as the [FADE IN/OUT] button.
FINGERD/FING ON BASS
The pedal alternately switches between two Chord Fingering types: Fingered and On Bass (page 153).
BASS HOLD
While the pedal is pressed, the Style bass note will be held even if the chord is changed. If the fingering
is set to “FULL KEYBOARD,” the function does not work.
PERCUSSION
Footswitch plays a percussion instrument selected by the [ASSIGN] LCD buttons.
RIGHT 1 ON/OFF
Same as the PART ON/OFF [RIGHT 1] button.
RIGHT 2 ON/OFF
Same as the PART ON/OFF [RIGHT 2] button.
RIGHT 3 ON/OFF
Same as the PART ON/OFF [RIGHT 3] button.
LEFT ON/OFF
Same as the PART ON/OFF [LEFT] button.
OTS +
Recalls next higher One Touch Setting.
OTS -
Recalls next lower One Touch Setting.
* For best results, use an optional Yamaha FC7 Foot Controller.
NOTE
• The Sostenuto and Portamento
functions will not affect the Organ
Flutes and Super Articulation
Voices, even they have been
assigned to the Foot Pedals.
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■ KEYBOARD/PANEL .................................................................................................................
The [FUNCTION] → CONTROLLER → KEYBOARD/PANEL display lets you set the parameters
related to the keyboard and modulation wheel.
● INITIAL TOUCH ............................................................................................................. page 87
You can turn Initial Touch on or off for each keyboard part and set the following parameters.
TOUCH
Determines the Touch sensitivity setting.
NOTE
HARD 2
Requires strong playing to produce high volume. Best
for players with a heavy touch.
HARD 1
Requires moderately strong playing for higher volume.
NORMAL Standard touch response.
SOFT 1
Produces high volume with moderate playing strength.
SOFT 2
Produces relatively high volume even with light playing
strength. Best for players with a light touch.
TOUCH OFF LEVEL
• Some voices are purposely
designed without touch sensitivity, in order to emulate the true
characteristics of the actual instrument (for example, conventional
organs, which have no touch
response).
Determines the fixed volume level when Touch is set to “OFF.”
● AFTER TOUCH .............................................................................................................. page 87
You can turn Aftertouch on or off for each keyboard part and set the following parameters.
TOUCH
Determines the Touch sensitivity setting.
HARD
Relatively strong aftertouch pressure is needed to produce changes.
NORMAL Produces a fairly standard aftertouch response.
SOFT
Allows you to produce relatively large changes with very light aftertouch
pressure.
● MODULATION WHEEL ................................................................................................. page 88
You can determine whether the modulation wheel operation is applied or not to the
notes for each part.
● TRANSPOSE ASSIGN .................................................................................................. page 88
You can determine to which parts the [TRANSPOSE] button is applied.
KEYBOARD
When this is selected, the [TRANSPOSE] button affects the pitch of the keyboardplayed voices, style playback (controlled by the performance in the chord section of the
keyboard), and Multi Pad playback (when Chord Match is on, and left-hand chords are
indicated).
SONG
When this is selected, the [TRANSPOSE] button affects only the pitch of the songs.
MASTER
When this is selected, the [TRANSPOSE] button affects the pitch of the entire instrument (keyboard voices, styles, and songs).
You can confirm the setting here by viewing the pop-up window called up via the
[TRANSPOSE] button.
Please note that the transpose function does not affect the Drum Kit or SFX Kit
voices.
Harmony/Echo
Quick Guide on page 39
Parameters set on the display called up by selecting “HARMONY/ECHO” in step #2 of the Basic Procedure on page 187 are
explained below. This display lets you set the parameters related to the Harmony/Echo effect applied to the keyboard performance
when the [HARMONY/ECHO] button is turned on.
Select a Harmony type.
Set the related parameters. The displayed parameters differ depending on
the type selected at left.
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■ TYPE .......................................................................................................................................................................
The Harmony/Echo types are divided into the following groups, depending on the particular effect applied.
Harmony Types
These types apply the harmony effect to
the note in the right-hand section of the
keyboard according to the chord specified in the left-hand section of the keyboard. (Please note that “1+5” and
“Octave” settings are not affected by the
chord.)
Multi Assign
This type apply the special effect to the
chord played in the right-hand section of
the keyboard.
Echo Types
These types apply the echo effect to the note
in the right-hand section of the keyboard in
time with the currently set tempo.
● Harmony Types
When any of the Harmony Types is selected, the Harmony effect is applied to the note played in the right-hand section of the
keyboard according to the type selected above and the chord specified in the chord section of the keyboard shown below.
Split Point
Split Point
RIGHT 1–3 voices
Chord section for
style playback and
Harmony effect
LEFT voice and
chord section for
Harmony effect
Split Point
(for style playback)
Split Point
(for the voice)
LEFT voice
RIGHT 1–3 voices
Chord section for
style playback and
Harmony effect
● Echo Types
When any of the Echo Types is selected, the corresponding effect (echo, tremolo, trill) is applied to the note played in the right-hand
section of the keyboard in time with the currently set tempo, regardless of the [ACMP] and the LEFT part on/off status. Please note
that two notes held on the keyboard are played alternately when Trill is selected.
● Multi Assign Type
Multi Assign automatically assigns notes played simultaneously on the right-hand section of the keyboard
to separate parts (voices). For example, if you play three consecutive notes, the first is played by the
RIGHT 1 voice, the second by the RIGHT 2 voice, and the third by the RIGHT 3 voice. The Multi Assign
effect is not affected by the [ACMP] and LEFT part on/off status.
RIGHT 1
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
■ Related parameters
● VOLUME
● SPEED
● ASSIGN
Determines the level of the harmony/echo notes generated by the Harmony/Echo effect. This parameter is available
for all types with the exception of “Multi Assign.”
Determines the speed of the Echo, Tremolo, and Trill effects. This parameter is only available when Echo, Tremolo,
or Trill is selected in Type above.
This lets you determine the keyboard part via which the harmony/echo notes will be sounded. This parameter is
available for all types with the exception of “Multi Assign.”
● CHORD NOTE ONLY
When this is set to “ON,” the Harmony effect is applied only to the note that belongs to a chord played in the chord section of the
keyboard. This parameter is not available only for the Harmony type above.
● TOUCH LIMIT
Determines the lowest velocity value at which the harmony note will sound. This allows you to selectively apply the harmony by
your playing strength, letting you create harmony accents in the melody. The harmony effect is applied when you play the key
strongly (above the set value). This parameter is available for all types with the exception of “Multi Assign.”
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Other Settings (Utility)
Parameters set on the display called up by selecting “UTILITY” in step #2 of the Basic Procedure on page 187 are explained
below.
■ CONFIG1...............................................................................................................................................................
The following parameters can be set from the [FUNCTION] → UTILITY → CONFIG1 display.
● Parameters related to the Fade In/Out (page 154)
FADE IN TIME
Determines the time it takes for the volume to fade in, or go from minimum to maximum (range
of 0–20.0 seconds).
FADE OUT TIME
Determines the time it takes for the volume to fade out, or go from maximum to minimum (range
of 0–20.0 seconds).
FADE OUT HOLD TIME
Determines the time the volume is held at 0 following the fade out (range of 0–5.0 seconds).
● Parameters related to the Metronome
The metronome provides a click sound, giving you an accurate tempo guide when you practice,
or letting you hear and check how a specific tempo sounds. The metronome starts by pressing
the METRONOME [ON/OFF] button. Adjust the tempo by using the [TEMPO] buttons (page
154). To stop the metronome, press the [ON/OFF] button again.
VOLUME
Determines the level of the metronome sound.
SOUND
Determines whether a bell accent will be sounded or not at the first beat of each measure.
TIME SIGNATURE
Determines the time signature of the metronome sound. Normally, the value matching to the
selected style or song is set.
● Parameter Lock
This function is used to “lock” the specified parameters so that they can only be changed directly via the panel controls—in other words, instead of being changed via Registration Memory, One Touch Setting, Music Finder, or song
and sequence data.
When the Split Point parameter is locked, for example, the Split Point settings will not be changed via the Registration
Memory, One Touch Setting, Music Finder. However, you can change the Split Point settings directly from the [FUNCTION] → SPLIT POINT display.
● Parameters related to the Tap (page 154)
This allows you to set the drum voice and the velocity which will sound when the Tap function is used.
■ CONFIG2...............................................................................................................................................................
The following parameters can be set from the [FUNCTION]→UTILITY→CONFIG2 display.
● Speaker
Determines whether or not the optionally installed speaker will sound.
HEADPHONE SW
Speaker sounds normally, but is cut off when headphones are inserted to the
PHONES jack.
ON
Speaker sound is always on.
OFF
Speaker sound is off.
● AUX OUT/LOOP SEND
Select the desired output type corresponding to the AUX OUT/LOOP SEND jack.
● Voice Category Button Options
Determines how the voice Open/Save display is opened when one of the voice buttons is pressed.
OPEN & SELECT
Opens the voice Open/Save display with the top (first) voice of the voice category
automatically selected (when one of the voice buttons is pressed).
OPEN ONLY
Opens the voice Open/Save display with the currently selected voice (when one of
the voice buttons is pressed).
● Display Voice Number
NOTE
Determines whether or not the voice bank and number are shown in the Voice selection • For the GS voices, the Display
display (Open/Save display). This is useful when you want to check the proper bank
Voice Number is not available (the
program change numbers are not
select MSB/LSB values and program number to specify when selecting the voice from
shown).
an external MIDI device.
● Display Style Tempo
Selects the default tempo of each style in the style Open/Save display.
● Popup Display Time
Determines the time in which the pop-up windows close. (Pop-up windows are displayed when you press buttons such
as TEMPO, TRANSPOSE or UPPER OCTAVE, etc.)
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■ MEDIA ....................................................................................................................................................................
From the [FUNCTION] → UTILITY → MEDIA display, you can set or execute important media-related operations
(below) for the Tyros2. The word “media” includes the optional USB storage device and optionally installed hard disk
drive.
IMPORTANT
Checking remaining memory on
the media (see below).
Formatting a media (see below)
• If you use the floppy disk, make
sure to read the section “Handling the floppy disk drive
(FDD) and floppy disks” on
page 231.
NOTE
Turns the Song Auto Open function on or
off. When this is set to “ON,” the Tyros2
automatically calls up the first song in the
media that is inserted to the drive.
The optionally installed hard disk unit will go into
a “sleep” mode after a specified time of inactivity,
both to maximize the lifetime of the hard disk and
to minimize unnecessary mechanical noise. This
parameter determines the sleep time.
NOTE
• When you select a song on a CD-ROM drive
to be auto-opened, the song may not be
called up automatically if the CD-ROM drive
takes a lot of time to be recognized.
• Commercially available music
data is subject to protection by
copyright laws. Copying commercially available data is strictly prohibited, except for your own
personal use. Some music software is purposely copy-protected
and cannot be copied.
NOTE
• When using the Hard Disk Recorder function,
always set this to “NEVER.” If you set this to
something other than “NEVER,” the Hard Disk
Recorder may not operate correctly.
● Checking remaining memory on the media (PROPERTY)
You can check the amount of remaining memory on the media.
1
2
Use the [A]/[B] button to select the desired media.
Press the [PROPERTY] LCD button ([F] button) to check the
memory size.
● Formatting a media (FORMAT)
Setting up media for use with the Tyros2 is refered to as “formatting.” This function is
also useful for quickly deleting unnecessary files from an already formatted media. Be
careful when using this operation, since it automatically deletes all data on the media.
1
2
Use the [A]/[B] button to select the desired media.
Press the [FORMAT] LCD button ([H] button) to format the media.
CAUTION
• Formatting a media completely
erases all data on the media.
Make sure that the media you’re
formatting does not contain
important data!
NOTE
• The Tyros2 is capable of formatting an installed hard disk having a
cluster size of less than 32 Kbyte,
creating a single partition only;
multiple partitions cannot be created. However, if the installed hard
disk has been pre-formatted into
several partitions on another
instrument such as the PSR-9000
or 9000Pro, the Tyros2 can access
up to four partitions of the hard
disk.
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■ Other customizing features—OWNER display .......................................................................
From the [FUNCTION] → UTILITY → OWNER display, you can make other custom settings for the instrument—such
as registering your name and importing favorite background pictures.
● LANGUAGE
Determines the language used for the display messages. Once you change this setting, all messages
will be shown in the selected language.
● OWNER NAME
Press the [OWNER NAME] LCD button to enter an Owner name. For instructions on naming, see
page 76. This name is automatically shown when you turn the power on.
After entering the name, press the [EXIT] button to exit from the UTILITY display, turn the power
off, and then on again. You can see the entered name at the bottom of the opening display.
The OWNER NAME is indicated on the
opening display (before the Main display appears).
Displaying the version number
To check the version number of this instrument, press and hold the [OWNER NAME] LCD
button ([I] button).
● MAIN PICTURE
This function lets you select your favorite picture to be used as background for the Main display.
Press the [MAIN PICTURE] LCD button on the [FUNCTION] → UTILITY → OWNER display
to call up the Open/Save displays for main pictures. You can select a picture from among various
pictures provided on the Preset drive. After selecting, press the [EXIT] button to return to the Main
display. The newly selected picture is shown as the background of the Main display.
Using your own pictures
Even though a variety of pictures are available on the preset drive, you can load
your own favorite picture data to the Tyros2 for use as background. Keep in mind
the following points and limitations when using your own picture data.
• Only bitmap files (.BMP) can be used for the background of the MAIN display.
• Make sure to use images no larger than 640 x 480 pixels. Smaller images are
automatically copied and tiled in the display.
• If you select a picture file on the external devices, the background may take
some time to appear. If you want to reduce this time, save the background
from the device to the USER drive of the Open/Save display for pictures.
• If you select a picture file on the external devices, the selected background
will not be displayed when the power is turned on again unless the same
device containing the data has been connected.
NOTE
• The explanation about picture
compatibility at left applies also to
the background of the Song Lyric
display.
NOTE
• When the main picture loaded
from an external device is not displayed, copy the picture from the
device to the USER drive in the
instrument and set it as the main
background picture. Sometimes
the Main display is loaded prior to
loading of the picture from an
external device.
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Data Backup
The backup function provides a convenient backup if the internal memory is damaged. Contents of the backup include the settings of the instrument and the data
contained in the USER drive, and can be saved to a USB storage device as one file
(Tyros2.bup).
To back up the data, connect the optional USB storage device to the instrument
and press the [BACKUP] LCD button ([D] button) in the OWNER display above.
To load the backup file to the instrument (restore), connect the device that contains the backup data to the instrument and press the [RESTORE] LCD button
([E] button) in the OWNER display.
NOTE
• The Backup/Restore operation takes a few minutes to
complete.
• Protected data cannot be
backed up. This data
remains in the USER drive
after the attempted backup
operation.
• You cannot restore a
backup file that was created
on an instrument other than
the Tyros2.
CAUTION
• If protected songs are in the USER drive, move them before restoring. Otherwise,
the protected songs will be cleared when the backup data is restored.
■ System Reset ............................................................................................................................
The explanations here apply to the [FUNCTION] → UTILITY → SYSTEM RESET display.
Factory Reset (factory programmed settings)
2
1
Press this to execute the
Factory Reset operation for
all items checkmarked
below.
Checkmark the box of the
item to be reset to the factory programmed settings.
Custom Reset (your own custom settings)
These four settings allow you to
program your own reset settings
for each of the indicated categories. Press the appropriate LCD
button to call up the Open/Save
display for the corresponding category and select a file.
● Factory Reset—Restoring the factory programmed settings
This function lets you restore the status of the Tyros2 to the original factory settings. You can set whether or not each
of the following six items is to be restored to its original factory settings before executing the operation.
SYSTEM SETUP
Restores the System Setup parameters to the original factory settings. You can also restore only
the System Setup settings by simultaneously holding down the highest key on the keyboard (C7)
and turning on the power. Refer to the separate Data List booklet for details about which parameters
belong to the System Setup.
MIDI SETUP
Restores the MIDI settings including the MIDI templates on the User drive to the original factory
status.
USER EFFECT
Restores the User Effect settings including the user effect types, user master EQ types, user compressor types, and user vocal harmony types created via the Mixing Console display to the original
factory settings.
MUSIC FINDER
Restores the Music Finder data (all records) to the original factory settings (page 172).
FILES & FOLDERS
Deletes all files and folders stored in the User drive.
REGIST
Temporarily deletes the current Registration Memory settings of the selected Bank. The same can
be done also by turning the [POWER] switch ON while holding the B6 key (right-most B key on the
keyboard).
CUSTOM VOICE
Deletes all Custom Voices (page 85) on the Preset drive.
● Custom Reset—Recalling your own custom settings
The four categories of settings below allow you to call up your own custom reset settings from files saved to the User
of Disk drive.
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SYSTEM SETUP FILES
Parameters set on the various displays such as the [FUNCTION] → UTILITY and microphone setting display are handled as a single System Setup file. Refer to the separate Data List booklet for
details about which parameters belong to the System Setup.
MIDI SETUP FILES
The MIDI settings including the MIDI templates on the User drive are handled as a single file.
USER EFFECT FILES
The User Effect settings including the user effect types, user master EQ types, user compressor
types, and user vocal harmony types created via the Mixing Console displays are managed as a
single file.
MUSIC FINDER FILES
All the preset and created records of the Music Finder are handled as a single file (page 172).
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Connecting the Tyros2 Directly to the Internet
You can purchase and download Song data and other types of data from the special
Tyros2 website by directly connecting the Tyros2 to the Internet. This section contains
terms related to computers and online communications. If there are some terms you are
unfamiliar with, refer to the Internet Glossary (page 209).
NOTE
• The special Tyros2 website can be
opened when directly connecting
the Tyros2 to the Internet.
Connecting the Instrument to the Internet
You can connect the instrument to a full-time online connection (ADSL, optical fiber, cable Internet, etc.) via a router or a modem
equipped with a router. For specific instructions on connecting (as well as information on compatible LAN adapters, routers, etc.),
refer to the Yamaha Tyros2 website:
http://music.yamaha.com/tyros2
NOTE
Use a computer to connect to the Internet and get online before connecting the instrument,
since no modem or router settings can be made from the instrument itself.
To use the Internet connection, you will first need to subscribe to an Internet service or provider.
Connection example 1:
Connecting by cable (using a modem without router)
Modem*
No router capability
• Depending on the Internet connection, you may not be able to
connect to two or more devices
(for example, a computer and the
instrument), depending on the
contract with the provider. This
means you cannot connect with
the Tyros2. If in doubt, check your
contract or contact your provider.
LAN cable
Router
Cable type
LAN cable
USB-LAN adapter
Tyros2
* Here, “modem” refers to an ADSL modem, optical network unit (ONU) or cable modem.
Connection example 2:
Connecting by cable (using a modem with router)
ADSL modem
Router capability
NOTE
• Some types of modems require an
optional hub network for simultaneously connecting to several
devices (such as computer, musical instrument, etc.).
LAN cable
LAN cable
Tyros2
USB-LAN adapter
Connection example 3: Wireless connection
Modem*
Access point
Tyros2
USB wireless LAN adapter
* Here, “modem” refers to an ADSL modem, optical network unit (ONU) or cable modem.
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Accessing the Special Tyros2 Website
From the special Tyros2 website, you can audition and purchase Song data, among other things.
To access the site, press the [INTERNET] LCD button ([D] button) in the Main display, while
the instrument is connected to the Internet.
To close the website display and return to the operation display of the instrument, press the
[EXIT] button.
Operations in the Special Tyros2 Website
■ Scrolling the Display ...........................................................................
When the size of the web page is too large to be shown at one time in the browser display of the
instrument, a scroll bar appears at the right side of the display. Use the [DATA ENTRY] dial to
scroll through the display and view those parts of the page that are not shown.
Scroll bar
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• Returning to the Main display
You can conveniently return to the
Main display from any other display by simply pressing the
[DIRECT ACCESS] button, then
the [EXIT] button.
• Entering characters
For instructions on entering characters in the website, see page
199.
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■ Following Links...................................................................................
When there is a link in the page, it is shown as a button or in colored text, etc. To select the link,
press the [<]/[s]/[t]/[>] LCD buttons. Press the [ENTER] LCD button (upper [8] button) to
actually call up the link destination.
You can also select and call up links by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial and pressing the [ENTER]
LCD button (upper [8] button).
When the links are aligned on the right/left side of the display, use the [A]–[J] buttons.
■ Entering Characters............................................................................
This section explains how to enter characters within the website, for inputting a password or
searching for data, etc.
1
With the cursor at a field for character entry (such as a password box, or
other field; see “Following Links” above), press the [ENTER] LCD button
(uppper [8] button) to call up the character input display.
2
4
3
5
1
2
Select the desired character type by pressing the [A]/[B] buttons.
3
Use the [<]/[s]/[t]/[>] LCD buttons to move the red highlight to the
desired character.
You can also use the [DATA ENTRY] dial to move the red highlight to the desired position.
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Press the [ENTER] LCD button (upper [8] button) to enter the characters.
You can also press the panel [ENTER] button to enter the characters.
Deleting Characters
• To delete the previous character, press the [DELETE] LCD button (upper [5] button).
• To delete a specific character:
1 Move the cursor to the character you wish to delete.
1-1 Use the [<]/[s]/[t]/[>] LCD buttons to move the cursor to “< >” below
the character box.
1-2 Press the [ENTER] LCD button (upper [8] button) to move the cursor.
2 Press the [DELETE] LCD button (upper [5] button) to delete the character.
• To delete all characters at once, press the [CLEAR] LCD button (upper [4] button) .
Inserting a Character
1 Move the cursor to the desired position.
Use the same operation as in step 1 of “Deleting Characters” above.
2 Use the [<]/[s]/[t]/[>] LCD buttons to move the red highlight to the desired
character.
3 Press the [ENTER] LCD button (upper [8] button) to enter the character.
Entering a Space
1 Move the cursor to the desired position.
Use the same operation as in step 1 of “Deleting Characters” above.
2 Press the [SPACE] LCD button (lower [5] button) to enter a space.
Entering a Line Break (Return)
• When selecting a text box that allows for several lines, press the [RETURN] LCD
button (lower [4] button) to enter a line break.
5
Press the [OK] LCD button ([1] button) to actually enter the characters.
To cancel the operation, press the [CANCEL] LCD button ([2] button).
■ Return to the Previous Web Page ......................................................
To return to a previously selected web page, press the [BACK] LCD button ([1] button). To return
to the page selected before pressing the [BACK] LCD button ([1] button), press the [FORWARD]
LCD button ([2] button).
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■ Refreshing a Web Page/Canceling Loading of a Web Page ............
To refresh a web page (to make sure you have the latest version of the page, or to try reloading),
press the [REFRESH] LCD button ([3] button).
To cancel loading of a page (if the page is taking too long to open), press the [STOP] LCD button
([4] button).
● Monitoring the Internet Connection Status
The three icons at the bottom right of the Internet display indicate the current Internet
connection status.
Online/Offline indicator
Two icons are shown in this area when the instrument is online (connected to the Internet) or
offline (disconnected).
NOTE
• SSL:
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is an
industry-standard method for protecting web communications by
using data encryption and other
tools.
Online (connected)
Offline (disconnected)
SSL indicator
This is shown when the opened website
uses SSL, and it indicates that data is
encrypted before transmission.
Message area
Reception strength indicator
(when using wireless LAN connection)
Four icons are shown in this area depending on
the wireless reception strength.
Reception strength is strong
Reception strength is normal
Reception strength is low
No reception
Purchasing and Downloading Data
You can purchase and download Song data (for playback on this instrument) and other types of data from the special Tyros2
website. For details on purchasing and downloading data, refer to the instructions on the site itself. When several devices are
connected to the instrument, the device for saving data is automatically selected in the following order: USB storage device >
internal hard disk > USER drive.
■ Operation after purchase and download ..............................................
When downloading is completed, a message appears asking you whether or not to open
the Open/Save display. Select “YES” to call up the Open/Save display, from which you
can select the downloaded data. To return to the Internet display, select “NO.” When the
Open/Save display is open, press the [UP] LCD button (upper [8] button) to call up the
next highest level folder.
The downloaded data is saved in the “MyDownloads” folder in the drive. To close the
folder and call up the next highest level folder, press the [UP] LCD button (upper [8]
button) in the Open/Save display.
NOTE
• When downloading data to the
USB storage device, only use
devices whose compatibility has
been confirmed by Yamaha as
listed on the following web page:
http://music.yamaha.com/tyros2
CAUTION
• The purchased data will be lost
if you turn the power to the
instrument off during download.
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Saving Bookmarks of Your Favorite Pages
You can “bookmark” the page you’re viewing, and set up a custom link so the page can be instantly called up in the future.
1
With the desired page currently selected, press the [BOOKMARK] LCD
button (upper [6] button). The Bookmark display appears, showing a list
of the currently saved bookmarks.
The title of the currently selected web page is shown below the list.
2
Call up the display for registering bookmarks by pressing the [ADD] LCD
button ([3] button).
3
Select the position of the new bookmark by pressing the [UP/DOWN] LCD
button ([1] button).
3
4
4
To save the bookmark, press the [EXECUTE] LCD button ([7] button), or
press the [CANCEL] LCD button to cancel ([8] button).
5
To return to the browser, press the [CLOSE] LCD button ([8] button).
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■ Opening a Bookmarked Page ............................................................
1
Press the [BOOKMARK] LCD button (upper [6] button) to call up the Bookmark display.
2
Press the [UP/DOWN] LCD button ([1] button) to select the desired bookmark.
2 3
3
Press the [JUMP] LCD button ([2] button) to open the page of the selected
bookmark.
■ Editing Bookmarks .............................................................................
From the Bookmark display, you can change the names and rearrange the order of
your bookmarks, as well as delete unnecessary bookmarks from the list.
Close
Closes the Bookmark display and returns to the
browser display.
Move
Changes the order of the bookmarks.
1. Select the bookmark you wish to move, then press
the [MOVE] LCD button ([6] button).
The lower part of the display changes, letting you
select the new position for the bookmark.
2. Select the intended position by pressing the [UP/
DOWN] LCD button ([1] button).
3. Move the bookmark to the selected position by
pressing the [EXECUTE] LCD button ([7] button).
Delete
Deletes the selected bookmark from the Bookmark list.
Changing names
Changes the name of the selected bookmark. Pressing the
[CHANGE] LCD button ([4] button) calls up the display for entering characters. For details on entering characters, see page 199.
Add
Used when saving a bookmark (page 202).
Jump
Opens the web page of the selected bookmark.
Cursor up/down
Moves the selection position in the Bookmark list.
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Changing the Home Page
In the default condition, the top page of the special Tyros2 website is automatically set to be the Home page for the browser.
However, you can specify any desired page on the special Tyros2 website to be the Home page.
1
Open the page you wish to set as your new Home page.
2
Press the [SETTING] LCD button (lower [5] button) to call up the Internet
Setting display.
3
Press the [TAB] button to select the BROWSER tab.
3
4
5
6
4
Press the [DOWN] LCD button (lower [1] button) to select the setting “Set
this page as Home.”
5
Use the [EDIT] LCD buttons ([2], [3] buttons) to actually set the selected
page as your new Home page.
6
To return to the browser, press the [EXECUTE] LCD button ([7] button).
To cancel, press the [CANCEL] LCD button ([8] button).
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About the Internet Settings Display
From the Internet Settings display, you can make various settings related to the Internet connection, including preferences for the
menus and displays. The Internet Settings display has four sub-displays: Browser, LAN, Wireless LAN, and Others.
Basic Procedure
1
Press the [SETTING] LCD button (lower [5] button) to call up the Internet
Setting display.
2
Press the [TAB] buttons to select the desired display.
3
Select the desired item by pressing the [UP/DOWN] LCD button ([1] button).
3
4
4
To call up the relevant Edit display, press the [EDIT] LCD buttons ([2], [3]
buttons).
For some items, the Edit display may not be shown, but the setting or change may be
executed.
5
Press the [UP/DOWN] LCD button ([2] button) to select the setting or
change the value.
This can also be done by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial.
NOTE
• Entering Characters
When the character input display
is opened, you can enter characters. (Refer to "Entering Characters" on page 199.)
5 6
6
To execute the setting, press the [ENTER] LCD button (upper [3] button).
To cancel, press the [CANCEL] LCD button (lower [3] button).
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To actually apply all settings changed in the Internet Settings display,
press the [EXECUTE] LCD button ([7] button).
To cancel, press the [CANCEL] LCD button ([8] button).
■ Browser ................................................................................................
Encode
Selects the character code encoding for the browser.
Home Page
Shows and allows editing of the web page which is set as the home page.
Set this page as Home
For details, refer to “Changing the Home Page” on page 204.
Restore default Home
Restores the home page setting.
Show images
Image data and pictures in the web page are shown in the browser when this is set to
on. Image data is not shown when this is set to off.
Character entry keys
This setting lets you select the character order of the virtual keyboard for entering characters. When this is set to “Alphabetical,” the keys are in alphabetical order. When this
is set to “ASCII,” the keys are arranged as a conventional “QWERTY” keyboard.
Time zone
This determines the time setting for the browser.
■ LAN .......................................................................................................
Both the wired LAN and wireless LAN need to be set in this display.
Make a written note of the settings here, in case you
have to enter them again.
Use DHCP
DNS server1
DNS server2
IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway
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Use DHCP
Determines whether or not DHCP is used. If your router is compatible with
DHCP, select “ON.”
DNS server 1/DNS server 2
These determine the addresses of the primary and secondary DNS servers.
These settings must be made when “Use DHCP” above is set to “ON (set DNS
manually)” or “OFF.”
IP address/Subnet mask/Gateway
These settings are available only when DHCP is not used. The settings here
are: IP address, subnet mask, and gateway server address. These settings
must be made when “Use DHCP” above is set to “OFF.”
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■ Wireless LAN .......................................................................................
For a wireless LAN setup, make sure to set both the LAN settings (page 206) and the
Wireless LAN settings below.
Make a written note of the settings here, in case you
have to enter them again.
SSID
Channel
Encryption
WEP key type
WEP key length
WEP key
Access point
Select an access point from the access point list. When you select an access
point from the list by using the [B]/[C] button, the SSDI and channel are automatically set. If you select an encrypted access point (with key icon), enter the WEP
key type, WEP key length and WEP key after exiting from the access point list.
SSID
Determines the SSID setting.
Channel
Determines the channel.
Encryption
Determines whether or not the data is encrypted.
WEP key type/WEP key length/WEP key
These settings are available only when Encryption above is enabled. These set
the type and length of the encryption key.
■ Others ..................................................................................................
Proxy server/Proxy port/Non-proxy server
Determines the proxy server name, port number and the host name for the nonproxy server. The settings here are only necessary when using a proxy server.
When using a non-proxy server, enter a separator (comma) between each
server name.
Delete cookies
Deletes the contents of all saved cookies.
Delete all bookmarks
Deletes all saved bookmarks.
Initialize setup
Restores all settings in the Internet Settings displays to their defaults. See “Initializing Internet Settings” on page 208.
Connect information
Shows detailed information on the current connection.
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Initializing Internet Settings
The settings of the Internet function are not initialized when using the Initialize operation of the Tyros2; Internet settings must be
initialized separately, as explained here. Initializing will reset to the default values not only the settings of the browser, but also
all settings you have made in the Internet Settings displays (except for the cookies and bookmarks), including those related to
Internet connection.
1
Press the [SETTING] LCD button (lower [5] button) to call up the Internet
Settings display.
2
Press the [TAB] button to select the OTHERS tab.
3
Press the [UP/DOWN] LCD button ([1] button) to select “Initialize.”
3
4
4
Use the [EDIT] LCD buttons ([2], [3] buttons) to initialize the Internet settings.
Delete cookies/bookmarks
Cookies and bookmarks are still remain after executing the initialize operation
above.
To delete the cookies or bookmarks, use the appropriate operations in the OTHERS
tab display (page 207).
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Glossary of Internet Terms
Access point
The wave relay device that connects terminals by the wireless LAN. Usually, this is referred to as the “Wireless
LAN access point,” but here it is simply called “access point” for this instrument.
Broadband
An Internet connection technology/service (such as ADSL and optical fiber) that allows for high-speed, highvolume data communication.
Browser
The software used to search for, access, and view web pages. For this instrument, this refers to the display that
shows the contents of the web pages.
Cookie
A system that records certain information that the user transfers when visiting a website and using the Internet.
The function is similar to a preference file in a conventional computer program, in that it “remembers” certain
information such as your user name and password, so you don’t have to re-enter the information each time you
visit the site.
DHCP
This is a standard or protocol by which IP addresses and other low-level network configuration information can
be dynamically and automatically assigned each time connection is made to the Internet.
DNS
A system that translates names of computers connected to a network to their corresponding IP addresses.
Download
Transferring data over a network, from a larger “host” system to a smaller “client” system’s hard drive or other
local storage device—much like copying files from your hard disk drive to a floppy disk. For this instrument, this
refers to the process of transferring Song and other data from a website to the instrument.
Gateway
A system which links different networks or systems, and makes possible data transfer and conversion despite
differing communications standards.
Home page
The first page shown when opening a browser and connecting to the Internet. This phrase is also used to mean
the “front screen” or top page of a website.
Internet
A huge network made up of networks, the Internet allows high-speed data transfer among computers, mobile
phones and other devices.
IP address
A string of numbers assigned to each computer connected to a network, and indicating the device’s location on
the network.
LAN
Short for Local Area Network, this is a data-transfer network that connects a group of computers at a single
location (such as an office or home) by means of a special cable.
Link
A highlighted word, button or icon within a web page that, when clicked, opens another web page.
Modem
A device which connects and allows data transfer between a conventional telephone line and a computer. It
converts the digital signals from the computer to analog audio for sending over the phone line, and vice versa.
NTP
Short for Network Time Protocol, a standard for setting the internal system clock of the computer over a network.
For this instrument, the internal clock of the computer is used to specify the valid time/date for cookies and SSL.
Provider
A communications business that offers Internet connection services. In order to connect to the Internet, it is
necessary to contract to a provider.
Proxy
A proxy server is a server that all computers on a local network have to go through before accessing information
on the Internet. It intercepts all or designated requests to the real server to see if it can fulfill the requests itself.
If not, it forwards the request to the real server. Proxy servers are used to improve performance and speed, and
to filter requests, usually for security and to prevent unauthorized access to an internal network.
Router
A device for connecting multiple computer networks. For example, a router is necessary when connecting several computers in a house or office, and allow them to all access the Internet and share data. A router is usually
connected between a modem and a computer, although some modems have a built-in router.
Server
A hardware system or computer used as a central point for a network, providing access to files and services.
Site
Short for “website,” this refers to the group of web pages that are opened together. For example, the collection
of web pages whose addresses begin with “http://www.yamaha.com/” is referred to as the Yamaha site.
SSID
This is an identification name for specifying a particular network over a wireless LAN connection. Communication is possible only between terminals with matching SSID names.
SSL
Short for Secure Sockets Layer, a standard for transmitting confidential data such as credit card numbers over
the Internet.
Subnet mask
A setting used to divide a large-scale network into several smaller networks.
URL
Short for Uniform Resource Locator, a string of characters used to identify and link to specific websites and
pages on the Internet. A complete URL usually starts with the characters “http://.”
Web page
Refers to each individual page that makes up a website.
Wireless LAN
A LAN connection that allows data transfer through a wireless, cable-free connection.
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MIDI
Built into the rear panel of the Tyros2 are two sets of MIDI terminals (MIDI IN A/B, MIDI OUT A/B), and a USB terminal. The
MIDI Functions give you a comprehensive, powerful set of tools for expanding your music recording and performance
possibilities. This section explains what MIDI is, and what it can do, as well as how you can use MIDI on your Tyros2.
What’s MIDI
No doubt you have heard the terms “acoustic instrument” and “digital instrument.” In the world today, these are the two main categories
of instruments. Let’s consider an acoustic piano and a classical guitar as representative acoustic instruments. They are easy to understand. With the piano, you strike a key, and a hammer inside hits some strings and plays a note. With the guitar, you directly pluck a
string and the note sounds. But how does a digital instrument go about playing a note?
● Acoustic guitar note production
● Digital instrument note production
Sampling Note
Sampling Note
Playing the keyboard
L
Pluck a string and the body resonates the
sound.
Tone Generator
(Electric circuit)
R
Based on playing information from the keyboard,
a sampling note stored in the tone generator is
played through the speakers.
As shown in the illustration above, in an electronic instrument the sampling note (previously recorded note) stored in the tone generator
section (electronic circuit) is played based on information received from the keyboard. So then what is the information from the keyboard that becomes the basis for note production?
For example, let’s say you play a “C” quarter note using the grand piano sound on the Tyros2 keyboard. Unlike an acoustic instrument
that puts out a resonated note, the electronic instrument puts out information from the keyboard such as “with what voice,” “with which
key,” “about how strong,” “when was it pressed” and “when was it released.” Then each piece of information is changed into a number
value and sent to the tone generator. Using these numbers as a basis, the tone generator plays the stored sampling note.
● Example of Keyboard Information
Voice number (with what voice)
01 (grand piano)
Note number (with which key)
60 (C3)
Note on (when was it pressed) and
note off (when was it released)
Timing expressed numerically (quarter note)
Velocity (about how strong)
120 (strong)
As described above, your keyboard performance and panel operations such as voice selection are handled as MIDI events. All the data
of Style, Song, and Multi Pad played back or recorded consist of MIDI messeages.
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) allows electronic musical instruments to communicate with each other, by sending and
receiving compatible Note, Control Change, Program Change and various other types of MIDI data, or messages. The Tyros2 can
control a MIDI device by transmitting note related data and various types of controller data. The Tyros2 can be controlled by the
incoming MIDI messages which automatically determine tone generator mode, select MIDI channels, voices and effects, change parameter values and of course play the voices specified for the various parts. MIDI messages can be divided into two groups: Channel
messages and System messages.
Below is an explanation of the various types of MIDI messages which the Tyros2 can receive/transmit.
● Channel Messages
The Tyros2 is an electronic instrument that can handle 32 channels (16 channels x 2 ports). This is usually expressed as “it can play
32 instruments at the same time.” Channel messages transmit information such as Note ON/OFF, Program Change, for each of the
32 channels.
Message Name
Tyros2 Operation/Panel Setting
Note ON/OFF
Messages which are generated when the keyboard is played. Each message includes a
specific note number which corresponds to the key which is pressed, plus a velocity
value based on how hard the key is played.
Program Change
Voice selecting
Control Change
Volume, panpot (Mixing Console), etc.
Pitch Bend
Pitch Bend Wheel operation
After Touch
Messages which are generated when pressure is applied to a key after the notes are
played.
● System Messages
This is data that is used in common by the entire MIDI system. System messages include messages like System Exclusive Messages
that transmit data unique to each instrument manufacturer and Realtime Messages that control the MIDI device.
Message Name
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Tyros2 Operation/Panel Setting
System Exclusive Message
Effect type settings (Mixing Console), etc.
Realtime Messages
Clock setting, Start/stop operation
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MIDI channels
MIDI performance data is assigned to one of sixteen MIDI channels. Using
these channels, 1–16, the performance data for sixteen different instrument
Weather
parts can be simultaneously sent over one MIDI cable.
Report
NEWS
Think of the MIDI channels as TV channels. Each TV station transmits its
1
broadcasts over a specific channel.Your home TV set receives many different
2
programs simultaneously from several TV stations and you select the appropriate channel to watch the desired program.
MIDI operates on the same basic principle. The transmitting instrument sends MIDI data on a specific MIDI
channel (MIDI Transmit Channel) via a single MIDI cable to the receiving instrument. If the receiving instrument’s MIDI channel (MIDI Receive Channel) matches the Transmit Channel, the receiving instrument will
sound according to the data sent by the transmitting instrument.
For example, several parts or channels can be transmitted simultaneously, including the style data (as shown at
right).
As you can see, it is essential to determine which data is
to be sent over which MIDI channel when transmitting
MIDI data (page 215). The Tyros2 also allows you to
determine how the received data is played back (page
216).
Though MIDI is designed to handle up to sixteen channels, the use of separate MIDI “ports” allows for even
more. The Tyros2 has two MIDI ports, allowing simultaneous use of thirty-two channels.
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NEWS
MIDI cable or
USB cable
Tyros2 part
External sequencer
Voice R1
Voice R2
Voice R3
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Voice L
Multi Pad 1
Multi Pad 2
Multi Pad 3
Multi Pad 4
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Channel 8
Track 4
Track 5
Track 6
Track 7
Track 8
Style Rhythm 1 (sub)
Channel 9
Track 9
Style Rhythm 2 (main)
Style Bass
Style Chord 1
Channel 10
Channel 11
Channel 12
Track 10
Track 11
Track 12
Style Chord 2
Style Pad
Channel 13
Channel 14
Track 13
Track 14
Style Phrase 1
Style Phrase 2
Channel 15
Channel 16
Track 15
Track 16
MIDI connection between the Tyros2 and other MIDI instruments
MIDI messages (events) described above are transmitted or received via two sets of MIDI terminals (MIDI A
IN/OUT, MIDI B IN/OUT) or the USB connector.
● MIDI IN
● MIDI OUT
● USB
Receives MIDI data from another MIDI device. Two ports (A, B) are provided and each
can receive MIDI messages of 16 channels.
Transmits the Tyros2’s keyboard information as MIDI data to another MIDI device. Two
ports (A, B) are provided and each can transmit MIDI messages of 16 channels.
Transmits and receives MIDI data to and from a computer. Both MIDI ports are accessable over USB.
To transmit/receive MIDI data between two devices, a proper cable connection is needed. You can connect the
Tyros2 to another device by MIDI cables (using the MIDI terminals) or by a USB cable (using the USB connectors). (See page 66.)
MIDI connection via MIDI cable
MIDI transmit
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
Tyros2
MIDI transmit
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI OUT
MIDI receive
(playback)
MIDI IN
QY700
Tyros2
MFC10
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI receive
(control)
MIDI connection via USB cable
Tyros2
USB
Tyros2
B type
A type
USB cable
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MIDI Data Compatibility
This section covers basic information on data compatibility: whether or not other MIDI devices can playback the data
recorded by Tyros2, and whether or not the Tyros2 can playback commercially available song data or song data created
for other instruments or on a computer. Depending on the MIDI device or data characteristics, you may be able to play
back the data without any problem, or you may have to perform some special operations before the data can be played
back. If you run into problems playing back data, please refer to the information below.
Sequence format
Song data is recorded and stored in a variety of different systems, referred to as “sequence formats.”
Playback is only possible when the sequence format of the Song data matches that of the MIDI device.
● SMF (Standard MIDI File)
This is the most common sequence format. Standard MIDI Files are generally available as one of two types:
Format 0 or Format 1. Many MIDI devices are compatible with Format 0, and most commercially available
software is recorded as Format 0. The Tyros2 is compatible with both Format 0 and Format 1. Song data
recorded on the Tyros2 is automatically recorded as SMF Format 0.
● ESEQ
This sequence format is compatible with many of Yamaha’s MIDI devices, including the Tyros2 series
instruments. This is a common format used with various Yamaha software. The Tyros2 is compatible with
ESEQ.
● XF
The Yamaha XF format enhances the SMF (Standard MIDI File) standard with greater functionality and
open-ended expandability for the future. The Tyros2 is capable of displaying lyrics when an XF file containing lyric data is played.
● STYLE FILE
The Style File Format—SFF—is Yamaha’s original style file format which uses a unique conversion system
to provide high-quality automatic accompaniment based on a wide range of chord types. The Tyros2 uses
the SFF internally, reads optional SFF style disks, and creates SFF styles using the Style Creator function.
Voice allocation format
With MIDI, voices are assigned to specific numbers, called “program numbers.” The numbering standard (order
of voice allocation) is referred to as the “voice allocation format.” Voices may not play back as expected unless
the voice allocation format of the song data matches that of the compatible MIDI device used for playback.
● GM System Level 1
“GM System Level 1” is a standard specification that defines the arrangement of voices in a tone generator
and its MIDI functionality, ensuring that data can be played back with substantially the same sounds on any
GM-compatible tone generator, regardless of its manufacturer or model.
● GM System Level 2
“GM System Level 2” is a standard specification that enhances the original “GM System Level 1” and
improves song data compatibility. It provides for increased polyphony, greater voice selection, expanded
voice parameters, and integrated effect processing.
● XG
“XG” is a tone generator format that expands the voice arrangement of the “GM System Level 1” specification to meet the ever-increasing demands of today’s computer peripheral environment, providing richer
expressive power while maintaining upward compatibility of data. “XG” greatly expands “GM System
Level 1” by defining the ways in which voices are expanded or edited and the structure and type of effects.
When commercially available song data bearing the XG logo is played back on a tone generator which bears
the XG logo, you will enjoy a full musical experience that includes unlimited expansion voices and effect
functions.
● GS
GS was developed by the Roland Corporation. In the same way as Yamaha XG, GS is a major enhancement
of the GM specifically to provide more Voices and Drum kits and their variations, as well as greater expressive control over Voices and effects.
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MIDI
Preset MIDI settings (templates)
The Tyros2 gives you a set of comprehensive, flexible MIDI controls. It also gives you a set of ten pre-programmed
templates that let you instantly and easily reconfigure the instrument to match your particular MIDI application or external
device. Call up these templates from the [FUNCTION] → MIDI display (next page).
Template name
Descriptions
ALL PARTS
Transmits all parts including the keyboard parts (RIGHT 1, 2, 3, LEFT).
KBD & STYLE
Basically the same as “ALL PARTS” with the exception of how keyboard parts are managed.
The right-hand parts are handled as a “UPPER” instead of RIGHT 1–3 and the left-hand part is
handled as a “LOWER.”
Master KBD1
In this setting, the Tyros2 functions as a “master” keyboard, playing and controlling one or more
connected tone generators or other devices (such as a computer/sequencer).
Master KBD2
Basically the same as “Master KBD1” above, with the exception that Aftertouch messages are
not transmitted.
Clock Ext.A
Playback or recording (Song, Style, Multi Pad, etc.) synchronizes with an external MIDI clock
instead of the Tyros2’s internal clock. This template is called up when you wish to set the tempo
on the MIDI device connected to the Tyros2. Playback or Recording of the Tyros2 synchronizes
with an external clock received via MIDI A.
MIDI Accord1
MIDI accordions allow you to transmit MIDI data and play connected tone generators from the
keyboard and bass/chord buttons of the accordion. This template lets you play melodies from
the keyboard and control style playback on the Tyros2 with the left-hand buttons.
MIDI Accord2
Basically the same as “MIDI Accord1” above, with the exception that the chord/bass notes you
play with your left hand on the MIDI Accordion are recognized also as MIDI note events.
MIDI Pedal1
MIDI pedal units allow you play connected tone generators with your feet (especially convenient
for playing single note bass parts). This template lets you play/control the chord root in style
playback with a MIDI pedal unit (connected to MIDI B only).
MIDI Pedal2
This template lets you play the bass part for style playback by using a MIDI pedal unit (connected to MIDI B only).
MIDI OFF
No MIDI signals are sent or received.
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Basic Procedure (Function MIDI)
1
2
3
Select “MIDI.”
Select a MIDI template (page 213).
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
6
Press the [EXIT] button to return to the
MIDI template display.
7
Save the MIDI settings on the displays
in step #5 to the USER page as a MIDI
template.
5
As desired, set the MIDI parameters.
MIDI System Settings (page 215)
MIDI Transmit Settings (page 215)
MIDI Receive Settings (page 216)
Setting the Chord Root for Style Playback via MIDI
receive (page 217)
Setting the Chord Type for Style Playback via MIDI
receive (page 217)
Settings for a connected MFC10 MIDI Foot Controller (page 217)
4
Press the [EDIT] LCD button to call up the
display for setting the MIDI parameters.
Here you can see and edit the detailed settings
that correspond to the MIDI template selected in
step #3.
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MIDI System Settings
The explanations here apply when you call up the SYSTEM page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 214.
■ Local Control .......................................................................................................................................................
Turns the Local Control for each part on or off. When Local Control is set to “ON,” the keyboard of the Tyros2 controls its own (local)
internal tone generator, allowing the internal voices to be played directly from the keyboard. If you set Local to “OFF,” the keyboard
and controllers are internally disconnected from the Tyros2’s tone generator section so that no sound is output when you play the
keyboard or use the controllers. For example, this allows you to use an external MIDI sequencer to play the Tyros2’s internal voices,
and use the Tyros2 keyboard to record notes to the external sequencer and/or play an external tone generator.
■ Clock setting, etc. ..............................................................................................................................................
● CLOCK
Determines whether the Tyros2 is controlled by its own internal clock or a MIDI clock signal received from an external device. INTERNAL is the normal Clock setting when the Tyros2 is being used alone. If you are using the Tyros2 with an external sequencer, MIDI
computer, or other MIDI device, and you want to synchronize it to that device, set this parameter to the appropriate setting: MIDI A,
MIDI B, USB 1, or USB 2. Make sure that the external device is connected properly (e.g., to the Tyros2’s MIDI IN terminal), and that
it is properly transmitting a MIDI clock signal.
● TRANSMIT CLOCK
Turns MIDI clock transmission on or off. When set to OFF, no MIDI clock or START/STOP data is transmitted even if song or style is
played back.
● RECEIVE TRANSPOSE
Determines whether the Tyros2’s transpose setting (page 88) is applied to the note events the Tyros2 received via MIDI or not.
● START/STOP
Determines whether incoming FA (start) and FC (stop) messages affect song or style playback.
■ Message Switch.......................................................................................................................................................
● SYS/EX.
The “Tx” setting turns MIDI transmission of MIDI system exclusive messages on or off.
The “Rx” setting turns MIDI reception and recognition of MIDI system exclusive messages generated by external equipment on or off.
● CHORD SYS/EX.
The “Tx” setting turns MIDI transmission of MIDI chord exclusive data (chord detect—root and type) on or off.
The “Rx” setting turns MIDI reception and recognition of MIDI chord exclusive data generated by external equipment on or off.
MIDI Transmit Settings
The explanations here apply to when you call up the TRANSMIT page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 214. This determines which
parts will send MIDI data and over which MIDI channel the data will be sent.
NOTE
Select the part for changing transmit
settings. With the exception of the two
parts below, see page 179 for details
about the parts.
• UPPER
A keyboard part played on the right
side of the keyboard from the split
point for the voices instead of
RIGHT 1, 2, and 3.
• LOWER
A keyboard part played on the left
side of the keyboard from the split
point for the voices instead of
LEFT. This part is not affected by
the on/off status of the [ACMP] button.
• If the same transmit channel is assigned
to several different parts, the transmitted
MIDI messages are merged to a single
channel—resulting in unexpected sounds
and possible glitches in the connected
MIDI device.
• GS songs transmitted via MIDI are played
back appropriately by using an XG sound
source that supports the GS bank (76H
and 77H).
• Write-protected songs cannot be transmitted even if the proper song channels
1–16 are set to be transmitted.
The dots corresponding to each channel
(1-16) flash briefly whenever any data is
transmitted on the channel(s).
Turns transmission of the specified data type (MIDI message)
on or off. See below and page 132 for details.
Select a channel via which the selected part will
be transmitted.
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■ MIDI messages which can be transmitted or received (recognized) .................
The following MIDI messages can be set on the TRANSMIT/RECEIVE display.
● NOTE..................................................................................................page 132
● CC (Control Change)........................................................................page 132
● PC (Program Change) ......................................................................page 132
● PB (Pitch Bend) ................................................................................page 132
● AT (Aftertouch) .................................................................................page 132
MIDI Receive Settings
The explanations here apply when you call up the RECEIVE page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 214. This determines
which parts will receive MIDI data and over which MIDI channels the data will be received.
Select a channel. The Tyros2 can
receive MIDI messages over 32 channels (16 channels x 2 ports).
The dots corresponding to each
channel (1–16) flash briefly whenever
any data is received on the channel(s).
Turns reception of the specified data type of the
selected channel on or off.
Determines the part to which the received MIDI messages of
the selected channel are assigned. With the exception of the
two parts below, see page 179 for details about the parts.
• KEYBOARD
The received note messages control the Tyros2’s keyboard performance.
• EXTRA PART1–4
There are four parts specially reserved for receiving and
playing MIDI data. Normally, these parts are not used by
the instrument itself. The Tyros2 can be used as a 32channel multi-timbral tone generator by using these four
parts in addition to the parts (except for the microphone
sound) described on page 179.
NOTE
To switch the desired Registration Memory via MIDI
(1) Set “PART” to “KEYBOARD.”
(2) Send the following MIDI messages from an external
device in the following sequence.
BANK MSB/LSB: Target Registration Memory Bank File
number(*)
* File Number corresponds to the sorted order of the
current drive. The value of the first file is 00H.
Program number (PC): Target [REGISTRATION MEMORY] button number (0–7)
Example: When selecting [REGISTRATION MEMORY]
button number 4 of the 3rd Registration Memory Bank
File, the values are: MSB/LSB/PC = 00H: 02H: 03H
■ MIDI transmission/reception via the USB terminal and MIDI terminals............
The relationship between the MIDI terminals and the USB terminal which can be used for transmitting/
receiving 32 channels (16 channels x 2 ports) of the MIDI messages is as follows:
● MIDI reception
● MIDI transmission
MIDI A IN
terminal
USB
connector
MIDI B IN
terminal
MIDI A OUT
terminal
USB
connector
MIDI B OUT
terminal
Port handling
USB1
Merge
MIDI A01–16
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Merge
MIDI B01–16
MIDI A01–16
MIDI B01–16
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Setting the Chord Root for Style Playback via MIDI receive
The explanations here apply when you call up the BASS page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 214. These settings let
you determine the chord root for style playback, based on the note messages received via MIDI.
The note on/off messages received at the channel(s) set to “ON” are recognized as the root notes in the chord section. The root
notes will be detected regardless of the [ACMP] on/off and split point settings. When several channels are simultaneously set to
“ON,” the root note is detected from merged MIDI data received over the channels.
Selects the channels in
groups of eight.
Sets all channels to
OFF.
Sets the desired channel to ON or OFF.
Setting the Chord Type for Style Playback via MIDI receive
The explanations here apply when you call up the CHORD DETECT page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 214. These
settings let you determine the chord type for style playback, based on the note messages received via MIDI.
The note on/off messages received at the channel(s) set to “ON” are recognized as the chord notes in the chord section. The chords
to be detected depend on the fingering type. The chord types will be detected regardless of the [ACMP] on/off and split point
settings. When several channels are simultaneously set to “ON,” the chord type is detected from merged MIDI data received over
the channels.
The operation procedure is basically the same as that of the BASS display above.
MFC10 Settings
The explanations here apply when you call up the MFC10 page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 214.
By connecting an optional MFC10 MIDI Foot Controller to the Tyros2, you can conveniently control a wide range of operations
and functions by using your feet—perfect for changing settings and controlling the sound while you perform live. Different
functions can be assigned to each of the footswitches and up to five foot controllers (optional) can be connected to the MFC10,
for additional sound-shaping possibilities.
To assign the desired functions to the appropriate footswitches/foot controllers on the Tyros2, select [FUNCTION] → MIDI →
EDIT → MFC10. Two settings (below) can be made from this display.
• Each footswitch (F00–F29) on the MFC10 sends a note number to the Tyros2, and the Tyros2 determines how it responds
to (which function is executed by) that note number.
• Each foot controller on the MFC10 sends control change messages over a specific control change number to the Tyros2,
and the Tyros2 determines how it responds to (which parameter is changed by) that control change number.
1
Connect the MIDI IN terminal of the MFC10 to one of the MIDI OUT terminals of the
Tyros2 by using a MIDI cable.
MFC10
NOTE
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
• Do not connect the MIDI
OUT terminal of the
MFC10 to the MIDI IN of
the Tyros2 in this step.
If desired, connect
additional foot controllers to the MFC10.
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2
3
Set the MFC10 to the normal mode and turn the [FUNCTION] lamp of the MFC10 on.
4
Set the parameters on this display as desired and press the [SEND MFC10 SETUP]
LCD button to send the settings here to the MFC10.
Perform steps #1 through #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 214 to call up the MFC10
display.
Determines the MIDI port which is to be used when
communicating with the MFC10. Here, the USB
port (USB1, USB2) can be selected even though
the MFC10 does not have the USB connector. This
is because the computer can be used instead of the
MFC10. (The computer can transmit the data equivalent to the data the MFC10 transmits to the Tyros2.
For details, see the bottom of this page.)
Select “FOOT SWITCH” or
“FOOT CONTROLLER.”
Determines the MIDI channel which is to be used
when communicating with the MFC10.
Transmit the settings on this
display to the MFC10.
NOTE
Select a footswitch number (F00–F29) or a foot
controller number (1–5) to which the function is
assigned.
Please note that a note number is assigned to each
footswitch and a control change number is
assigned to each foot controller beforehand and
you cannot change the settings.
Determines the function
assigned to the footswitch (actually the note number), or the
function assigned to the foot controller (actually the control
change number).
• Actually the pair of the footswitch number and the note number, the pair of the
foot controller number and the control
change number, and the MIDI channel
for communication set above are transmitted to the MFC10.
Determines the part to which the function assigned to the foot controller in
the row is applied.
NOTE
• See page 189 for details about the functions which can be assigned to the footswitch or foot controller.
5
Disconnect the MIDI cable from the Tyros2 and the MFC10, and connect the MIDI OUT
terminal of the MFC10 to the MIDI IN terminal of the Tyros2 according to the setting
above by using the MIDI cable.
Transmitting note messages
MFC10
NOTE
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
• Do not connect the MIDI
IN terminal of the MFC10
to the MIDI OUT of the
Tyros2 in this step.
Transmitting control change
messages
6
Operate the MFC10 to confirm whether you can properly control the Tyros2 from the
MFC10 as set in step #4.
7
Go back to the MIDI template selection display and save the settings above to the User
drive if necessary.
■ Using a computer or another MIDI instrument instead of the MFC10 ...............
The following two settings on the [FUNCTION] → MIDI → EDIT → MFC10 display can be saved not
to the MFC10 but to internal memory (flash ROM) in the Tyros2 as a MIDI template.
• Note number/Tyros2 function assignment pairs
• Control change number/Tyros2 parameter change assignment pairs
If you are not using an MFC10, you can have note numbers and control change messages from any other
appropriate MIDI device (such as a computer, sequencer or master keyboard) control the Tyros2. Make
sure to set the appropriate channel in this display for control by the external device.
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Installing the Optional Speakers
Make sure that you have all of the parts below, included in the TRS-MS02 speaker package.
Satellite
speakers (2)
Subwoofer
speaker (1)
Speaker
brackets (2)
RCA pin
cables (2)
RCA pin/8-pin
combination cable (1)
1
Turn the Tyros2’s power off, and disconnect the AC power cord. Also,
make sure to disconnect the keyboard from any other external devices.
2
Insert the two speaker brackets to the rear panel of the Tyros2.
NOTE
• Either bracket can be fastened to
either location.
Use the outside slots
(as shown).
3
Fasten the satellite speakers to the left and right brackets.
NOTE
• Either speaker can be placed on
either bracket.
• If you want to change the direction
of the satellite speaker, unfasten it
from the bracket by rotating the
lever, then adjust the speaker
position as desired, and fasten it
to the bracket again.
Place the speaker on
the bracket.
4
Adjust the direction of the speaker as desired,
then fasten it securely to the bracket.
Use the RCA pin cables to connect the speakers to the respective outputs
on the Tyros2.
NOTE
• Either cable can be used for either
location.
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5
Use the RCA pin/8-pin combination cable to connect the subwoofer speaker to the
respective outputs on the Tyros2.
Tyros2
Sub-Woofer
6
7
Connect the power plugs of the Tyros2 and the subwoofer to an appropriate AC outlet.
First, set the volume controls (MASTER VOLUME on the Tyros2 and BASS on the subwoofer) to minimum. Finally, turn on the power of the subwoofer, then the Tyros2.
BASS
0
10
Turn the subwoofer on
(from the rear panel)
Turn the Tyros2 on.
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Adjust the volume controls (MASTER VOLUME on the Tyros2 and BASS on the subwoofer) to appropriate levels.
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Installing an Optional Hard Disk
By installing an optional hard disk drive to the Tyros2, you can vastly expand the data storage capacity—letting you
use the Hard Disk Recorder function or create a large library of your important data. The hard disk used must be a
2.5-inch IDE-compatible; however, not all such drives may be installable.
WARNING
CAUTION
• Before beginning installation, switch off the power to the Tyros2 and connected peripherals, and unplug them from the power outlet. Then remove
all cables connecting the Tyros2 to other devices. (Leaving the power
cord connected while working can result in electric shock. Leaving other
cables connected can interfere with work.)
• Be careful not to drop any screws inside the instrument during installation (this can be prevented by keeping the optional units and cover away
from the instrument while attaching). If this does happen, be sure to
remove the screw(s) from inside the unit before turning the power on.
Loose screws inside the instrument can cause improper operation or
serious damage. If you are unable to retrieve a dropped screw, consult
your Yamaha dealer for advice.
• Install the optional units carefully as described in the procedure below.
Improper installation can cause shorts which may result in irreparable
damage and pose a fire hazard.
• Do not disassemble, modify, or apply excessive force to board areas and
connectors on optional hard disk units. Bending or tampering with
boards and connectors may lead to electric shock, fire, or equipment
failures.
• It is recommended that you wear gloves to protect your hands from
metallic projections on optional units and other components. Touching
leads or connectors with bare hands may cause finger cuts, and may
also result in poor electrical contact or electrostatic damage.
• Handle the optional hard disk unit with care. Dropping or subjecting
them to any kind of shock may cause damage or result in a malfunction.
• Be careful of static electricity. Static electricity discharge can damage
the IC chips on the hard disk or the instrument. Before you handle the
optional hard disk, to reduce the possibility of static electricity, touch the
metal parts other than the painted area or a ground wire on the devices
that are grounded.
• Do not touch the exposed metal parts in the circuit board. Touching these
parts may result in a faulty contact.
• Be careful not to misplace any of the screws since all of them are used.
• Do not use any screws other than what are installed on the instrument
and included.
NOTE
• Hard disk drives thicker than 12.7 mm cannot be installed to the Tyros2.
• For information on the hard disk recommendations, ask your nearest Yamaha
representative or an authorized distributor listed at the end of this owner’s
manual. Install a hard disk at your own risk. Yamaha will not be held responsible for any damage or injury resulting from improper installation or the use of
a hard disk other than one of the types recommended by Yamaha.
http://music.yamaha.com/tyros2
Before following the steps below, make sure you have an appropriate hard disk drive, Phillips screwdriver
and the included four screws.
1
Turn the Tyros2’s power off, and disconnect the AC power cord. Also, make sure to
disconnect the keyboard from any other external devices.
2
Turn the Tyros2 face down on a blanket or some soft surface, giving you direct access
to the bottom of the instrument.
Cover
3
Remove the four screws from the cover.
4
Remove the screw from the hard disk cover inside.
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5
Attach the hard disk unit to the hard disk cover using the included four screws.
You should tighten these two
screws first.
Make sure the bottom of the hard disk is
facing up. Depending on the type of hard
disk drive you plan to install, select holes
(A) or holes (B) to attach the hard disk
drive.
* Holes (A) are used in this illustration.
6
Replace the hard disk drive and cover (included with the hard disk) by fitting it into the
Tyros2 as shown in the illustration.
These four pins are unused.
Make sure not to
bend the pins.
7
Attach the hard disk cover with the screw removed in step #4.
8
Replace the cover and attach it with the four screws removed in step
#3.
NOTE
9
Check that the installed hard disk is functioning properly.
If the HD drive tab appears on the
Open/Save display, the hard disk is
OK. If the drive has multiple partitions, these will be shown as different
HD drive tabs in the display.
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• If you have installed the hard disk that
was once used for the PSR-9000/
9000Pro/Tyros and turn the Tyros2’s
power on, you can immediately view
the files on the hard disk and use the
song files from the PSR-9000/
9000Pro/Tyros. However, to properly
use the style, Multi Pad, and Registration Memory files from the PSR-9000/
9000Pro/Tyros, you will need to convert the data using a computer and the
File Converter software (available for
free download on the Tyros2 website).
Appendix
Installing the Optional DIMMs
Installing optional DIMMs to the Tyros2 allows you to save large amounts of voice data created by the Voice Creator
function. This section explains how to install DIMM memory modules to the Tyros2.
WARNING
CAUTION
• Before beginning installation, switch off the power to the Tyros2 and connected peripherals, and unplug them from the power outlet. Then remove all cables connecting the Tyros2
to other devices. (Leaving the power cord connected while working can result in electric
shock. Leaving other cables connected can interfere with work.)
• Be careful not to drop any screws inside the instrument during installation (this can be
prevented by keeping the optional units and cover away from the instrument while attaching). If this does happen, be sure to remove the screw(s) from inside the unit before turning
the power on. Loose screws inside the instrument can cause improper operation or serious damage. If you are unable to retrieve a dropped screw, consult your Yamaha dealer for
advice.
• Install the optional units carefully as described in the procedure below. Improper installation can cause shorts which may result in irreparable damage and pose a fire hazard.
• Do not touch the exposed metal parts in the circuit
board. Touching these parts may result in a faulty contact.
• Be careful not to misplace any of the screws since all
of them are used.
• Be careful of static electricity. Static electricity discharge can damage the DIMMs or the instrument.
Before you handle the DIMMs, to reduce the possibility of static electricity, touch some unpainted metal
surface or a ground wire on a device that is grounded.
• Do not use any screws other than what are installed on
the instrument.
■ Compatible DIMMs....................................................................................................................
The Tyros2 does not necessarily support all commercially available DIMMs. Yamaha cannot guarantee operation of
DIMMs that you purchase. Before purchasing DIMMs, please consult your Yamaha dealer, or an authorized Yamaha
distributor (see list at end of the Owner’s Manual) for advice, or see the following page:
http://music.yamaha.com/tyros2
■ DIMM Type and DIMM Configuration .......................................................................................
• Yamaha recommends that you purchase DIMMs that conform to the JEDEC* standard. Please be aware, however, that
conformance to this standard does not constitute a guarantee that the DIMMs will operate correctly on the Tyros2.
* JEDEC (Joint Electron Device Engineering Council) sets standards for terminal configurations within electronic devices.
• Use only 168-pin DIMMs of 64, 128, 256 or 512 MB capacity (synchronized DRAM; PC100 or PC133).
• Use only DIMMs that have a height 38.2 mm or less.
• When installing DIMMs, make sure to install them in a matched pair of the same capacity. You cannot install only one
module and leave the second memory socket open. Also make sure each DIMM in the pair is of the same manufacturer
and the same type. DIMMs of different makers and configurations may not work together.
• When purchasing DIMMs, make sure that the DIMM design does not utilize more than 18 memory chips per module.
(DIMMs comprised of more than 18 chips do not operate correctly on the Tyros2.)
■ DIMM Installation ......................................................................................................................
Before following the steps below, make sure you have appropriate DIMMs and a Phillips screwdriver.
1
Turn the Tyros2’s power off, and disconnect the AC power cord. Also,
make sure to disconnect the keyboard from any other external devices.
2
Turn the Tyros2 face down on a blanket or some soft surface, giving
you direct access to the bottom of the instrument.
Cover
3
Remove the four screws from the cover.
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4
Insert the two DIMMs into the DIMM sockets.
168-pin DIMMs
Location for DIMM installation
↑ Rear panel
(Underside of the Tyros2)
DIMM sockets
Installing the DIMM modules to the sockets
Make sure that the DIMM module is
aligned correctly before you install it.
Notch for alignment
Ejector
lever
Insert the DIMM vertically in the
socket, aligning the notches to the
corresponding protrusions.
Press it in firmly until it
“snaps” or locks in place.
5
Re-install the cover you removed in step #3, in reverse order.
6
Check that the installed DIMMs are functioning properly.
Set the Tyros2 right-side up, and connect the power cord to the rear-panel AC INLET jack and an
AC outlet. Turn on the power and check the WAVE RAM in the PROPERTY pop-up of the Voice
Creator function (page 103). If the DIMMs have been installed properly, the appropriate available
memory size is indicated in the display.
■ Removing DIMMs .............................................................................................
Press the ejector lever
until the DIMM unlocks.
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Pull the DIMM vertically
out of the socket.
Appendix
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
When using a mobile phone, noise is produced.
No sound results.
The voice selected from the Open/Save display will not be sounded.
Not all simultaneously-played notes sound.
Style playback seems to “skip” when the
keyboard is played.
The style or song does not play back even
when pressing the [START/STOP] or
[PLAY/PAUSE] button.
The Multi Pads do not play back, even when
one of the MULTI PAD buttons is pressed.
The style does not start, even when Synchro
Start is in standby condition and a key is
pressed.
Only the rhythm channel of style plays.
Certain notes sound at the wrong pitch.
Style chords are recognized regardless of
the split point or where chords are played on
the keyboard.
Song playback does not start.
An audio song cannot be copied or cut.
An audio song cannot to be selected in the
Playlist, even when it contains data.
POSSIBLE CAUSE/SOLUTION
Using a mobile phone in close proximity to the Tyros2 may produce interference. To
prevent this, turn off the mobile phone or use it further away from the Tyros2.
• The RIGHT 1/RIGHT 2/RIGHT 3/LEFT voice volume settings on the BALANCE
pop-up window could be set too low. Make sure the voice volumes are set at appropriate levels (page 36).
• The Local Control function could be turned off. Make sure Local Control is turned
on (page 215).
• The [MASTER VOLUME] controls or foot volume are turned all the way down.
Set the [MASTER VOLUME] controls and foot volume to a reasonable listening
level.
• Are the desired keyboard parts turned on? ([PART ON/OFF] button—page 80)
• Are the desired parts or channels turned on? ([CHANNEL ON/OFF] button—page 37)
• A pair of headphones is plugged into the PHONES jack. Unplug the headphones.
• A plug is inserted in the LOOP SEND jacks. Unplug the LOOP SEND jacks.
• Is the Footswitch connected to the appropriate connector (page 16)?
• The [FADE IN/OUT] button (page 154) is on and has reached the end of its duration, muting the sound. Press the [FADE IN/OUT] button so that its indicator goes
out.
• Check whether the external speaker is connected properly.
• Has an empty voice been selected from the Custom Voice Bank (page 102) or is the
link to the Custom Voice Bank broken (page 108)?
Check whether or not the selected part is turned on (page 80).
You are probably exceeding the maximum polyphony of the Tyros2. The Tyros2 can
play up to 128 notes at the same time—including voice RIGHT 2, voice RIGHT 3,
voice LEFT, style, song, and multi pad notes. When the maximum polyphony is
exceeded, the earliest played notes will stop sounding, letting the latest played notes
sound. This is referred to as “last-note priority.”
Make sure the MIDI clock is set to “INTERNAL” (page 215).
You may be trying to start style by playing a key in the right-hand range of the keyboard. To start the style with Synchro Start, make sure to play a key in the left-hand
(chord) range of the keyboard.
Make sure the [ACMP] is turned on.
Make sure that the scale tuning value for those notes is set to “0” (page 187).
Check whether the fingering mode is set to “Full Keyboard” or not. If the Full Keyboard fingering mode is selected, chords are recognized over the entire range of the
keyboard, irrespective of the split point setting.
• In the case a song to which write-protect has been applied (“Prot. 2 Edit” is shown
at the upper left of the song name), the original file may not be in the same folder.
It cannot be played back unless the original file (showing “Prot.2 Orig” at the upper
left of the song name) is in the same folder.
• In case of a song to which write-protect has been applied (“Prot. 2 Edit” is shown
at the upper left of the song name), the original file name may have been changed.
Rename the file with the original file name (so that “Prot.2 Orig” is shown at the
upper left of the song name).
• In case of a song to which write-protect has been applied (“Prot. 2 Edit” is shown
at the upper left of the song name), the file icon may have been changed. songs to
which write-protect has been applied cannot be played back when the file icon of
the original has been changed.
• MIDI Clock may be set to “EXTERNAL.” Make sure this is set to “INTERNAL”
(page 215).
The audio song file name (which contains the file path, internally) may be too long.
Shorten the song name or copy/paste to an upper folder level.
If you change the file icon after adding to the Playlist, the song cannot be recognized
from the Playlist. Add the file to the list again.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
In the Hard Disk Recorder function, an
error message appears and audio cannot be
recorded to the installed hard disk drive.
The Vocal Harmony effect sounds distorted
or out-of-tune.
When a voice is changed, the previously
selected effect is changed.
There is a slight difference in sound quality
between notes played on the keyboard.
Some voices have a looping sound.
Some noise or vibrato is noticeable at higher
pitches, depending upon the voice.
Some voices jump an octave in pitch when
played in the upper or lower registers.
The style chord does not change even when
a different chord is played or the chord is
not recognized.
The displayed disk free area value does not
coincide with the actual value.
Appropriate harmony notes are not produced by the Vocal Harmony feature.
The voice produces excessive noise.
The sound is distorted or noisy.
A strange “flanging” or “doubling” sound
occurs.
The sound is slightly different each time the
keys are played.
The Main display does not appear even
when turning the power on.
The function assigned to the pedal does
not operate correctly.
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POSSIBLE CAUSE/SOLUTION
The data on the hard disk drive is fragmented and cannot be used as is. Since there is
no Defrag function in the Hard Disk Recorder, the drive can only be defragmented
by formatting it. To do this, first back up the data to a computer by using the USB
storage mode (page 67), then format the drive, and finally copy the data back to the
drive (using the USB storage mode again). Performing this copy/restore operation
effectively defragments the drive, allowing you to use it again.
Your vocal microphone may be picking up extraneous sounds, such as the style sound
from the Tyros2. In particular, bass sounds can cause mistracking of the Vocal Harmony. To remedy this:
• Sing as closely to the microphone as possible.
• Use a directional microphone.
• Turn down the MASTER VOLUME, style volume, or song volume control.
• Separate the microphone from the external speakers as much as possible.
• Cut the Low band via the 3 Band EQ function in the MIC SETUP display (page
177).
This is normal, each voice has its own suitable preset values which are automatically
recalled when the corresponding Voice Set parameters are turned on (page 188).
This is normal and is a result of the Tyros2’s sampling system.
Some voices have a pitch limit which, when reached, causes this type of pitch shift.
This is normal.
• Are you sure you’re playing on the left-hand section of the keyboard?
• You may be using single-finger type fingering (page 153).
The displayed value is an approximate value.
Make sure you are using the appropriate method to specify the harmony notes for the
current Vocal Harmony mode. See page 178.
Certain voices may produce noise, depending on the Filter (Harmonic Content/
Brightness) or EQ settings of the Mixing Console Filter. This is unavoidable due to
the sound generation and processing system of the Tyros2. To avoid noise, change the
above mentioned settings.
• The MASTER VOLUME control may be turned up too high.
• This may be caused by the effects. Try cancelling all unnecessary effects, especially
distortion-type effects.
• Some filter resonance settings in the Voice Set display can result in distorted sound.
• Is the gain of the Low band set too high in the Master EQ display (Mixing Console—page 184)?
• Are the RIGHT 1 and RIGHT 2 parts set to “ON”, for example, and both parts set
to play the same voice?
• If you are routing the MIDI OUT on the Tyros2 to a sequencer and back to the MIDI
IN, you may want to set Local Control (page 215) to “off” to avoid MIDI “feedback.”
This may occur if a hard disk has been installed to the Tyros2. Installation of some
hard disk units may result a long interval between turning the power on and appearance of the Main display.
You can assign some functions to the pedal—punch in/out of Song/Hard Disk
Recorder (pages 122, 143), Registration Sequence (page 173) and many functions
from the Function display (page 189). If you assign multiple functions to the pedal,
the priority is:
Punch in/out of Song or Hard Disk Recorder > Registration Sequence > Functions
Appendix
Glossary
A
Auto Accompaniment (Style playback)
A function that generates pre-programmed rhythm, bass and
chord backing in response to specific notes/chords played (or
received via MIDI).
C
Chorus
One of the Effect types.
Depending on the particular chorus type and parameters, this
can make a voice sound “larger,” as if several identical instruments were playing in unison, or it can give a voice greater
warmth and depth.
Clock
[1]
A unit of note resolution for MIDI Sequence data.
The sequencer determines the playback position of the Song
or Pattern (MIDI sequence data) by using the following three
parameters: Measure, Beat, and Clock.
[2]
Also referred to as “MIDI Clock,” defined as System Realtime Message in MIDI. This message is transmitted with a
fixed interval (24 times per 1/4 note) to synchronize connected MIDI instruments.
On MIDI Sequencers, you can select whether the instrument’s
internal clock will be used as the Timing Clock, or external
Timing Clock messages received via MIDI IN will be used.
Control Change
A set of MIDI Channel messages that allow for control of a
wide variety of sound parameters, including modulation, pan,
volume, expression, brightness, effect depth, and others.
These can be adjusted using physical controllers, such as the
Modulation Wheel and the Foot Controller.
D
Depth
Refers to the amount or degree to which a parameter setting
changes the original sound.
E
Effect
On the Tyros2, an “Effect” is a processing block that alters the
sound output from the tone generator block of the instrument,
using DSP (Digital Signal Processing) circuitry to change the
sound in various ways. The Tyros2 provides two types of
effects: the DSP effects described above (such as Reverb,
Chorus, DSP and DSP variation) and other effects (such as
Harmony/Echo , Initial Touch, Sustain, and Poly/Mono).
Event List
A useful Song/Style/Multi Pad Creator tool that arranges all
events in a song in chronological order (in measures, beats,
clocks), and allows you to make detailed changes to those
events.
F
Factory Reset
Refers to the original, factory-programmed settings of User
drive memory, loaded to the instrument before it is shipped.
Flash ROM
ROM that can be overwritten allowing you to store your own
original data, unlike conventional ROM.
G
Gate Time
In sequence recording, this determines the actual length of
time a note sounds.
When entering the note events in Step Recording of the MIDI
sequencer, Gate time is determined as a percent value of the
step time. A setting of approximately 50% produces a staccato
sound, values between about 80% and 90% produce normal
note length, and a value of 100% will produce a slur.
L
Left-hand section of the keyboard
The section of keys to the left of the split point. Besides being
used to play the LEFT voice, they can also be used to indicate/
play chords for style playback as well as the Harmony and
Vocal Harmony effects.
LFO
An abbreviation for low frequency oscillator, which generates
a low frequency signal on the tone generator block. The signal
from the LFO can be used to modulate the pitch, filter, and
amplitude. Modulating the pitch produces a vibrato effect,
modulating the filter produces a wah effect, and modulating
the amplitude produces a tremolo effect.
Lower
A keyboard part played on the left side of the keyboard from
the split point for the voices instead of LEFT. This part is not
affected by the on/off status of the [ACMP] button.
N
Note On/Off
MIDI messages which represent notes played on a keyboard
or other instrument. Pressing a key produces a Note On message, and a Note Off message is produced when the key is
released.
Note On message includes a specific note number which corresponds to the key which is pressed, plus a velocity value
based on how hard the key is struck.
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Glossary
P
S
Path
Refers to the location of the folders and files currently indicated on the LCD display.
Song Position
Refers to the place within song data at which playback is
started, being done, or where notes are input in step recording.
This is indicated in units of Measure (Bar), Beat, Clock.
Pop-up window
A “small” window that appears on the LCD display temporarily.
Program Change
A MIDI channel message that determines the voice number
by specifying the program number. Combining this with Bank
Select messages allows you to select any of the voices via
MIDI.
Preset
Preset Data supplied with the internal memory of the Tyros2
shipped from the factory. There are various types of Preset
data, such as Preset voices, Preset songs, Preset waves—as
opposed to User data, which is your own originally created
data.
R
RAM
An acronym for Random Access Memory that allows both
reading and writing of data. This can be used for the Edit
Buffer and the data created by editing or recording.
Reverb
Also called “reverberation,” this refers to the sound energy
remaining in a room or closed space after the original sound
stops. Similar to yet different from echo, reverb is the indirect,
diffuse sound of reflections from the walls and ceiling that
accompany the direct sound. The characteristics of this indirect sound depends on the size of the room or space and the
materials and furnishings in the room. Reverb Effect types use
digital signal processing to simulate these characteristics.
Right-hand section of the keyboard
The section of keys to the right of the split point, used to play
the RIGHT 1–3 voices.
Revoice
A function that changes the voice for each part or channel of
the selected style or song to one of the specially created voices
of the Tyros2.
ROM
An acronym for “Read Only Memory.”
This type of memory can be read from but not written to or
erased. All preset data supplied with the instrument is contained on ROM.
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U
Upper
A keyboard part played on the right side of the keyboard from
the split point for the voices instead of RIGHT 1, 2, and 3.
User
Refers to the data you create via various functions of the
Tyros2.
There are various types of User data, such as User voices,
User songs, User waves—as opposed to Preset data, which is
factory-programmed data built into the Tyros2.
V
Velocity
A parameter within the MIDI Note On message that conveys
the force of the note.
Vibrato
A quavering, vibrating sound that is produced by regularly
modulating the pitch of the voice.
Appendix
Specifications
Sound Source
Keyboard
LCD Display
Voice
Music Score, Lyrics
Text
RAM Capacity per a text
Wallpaper Customize
Polyphony (max)
Voice Selection
MegaVoices
Sweet! Voices
Live! Voices
Live! Drums
Cool! Voices
Organ Flutes!
Super Articulation Voices
Orchestration
Upper
Lower
Split
Voice
Expandability
Function
Pre- Installed Memory size
Additional Memory
Maximum size
Slot
Control
Playlist
File format
Effect Blocks
Reverb/Chorus/DSP
Microphone
Effect Types
Reverb/Chorus/DSP
Hard Disk
Recorder
Effects
Mic Effects
Master EQ (5 band)
Master Compressor
Part EQ (2 band)
Poly/Mono
Vocal Harmony
Harmony/Echo
Upper Octave
Part Octave
Pitch Bend Wheel
Modulation Wheel
AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling
61 keys (C1 – C6) Initial touch/Aftertouch
640 x 480 dots VGA Color LCD
Yes
Yes
approx. 60 KB
Yes
128
504 voices (486 Normal + 18 Mega) + 10 Organ Flute
+ 480 XG voices + 256 GM2 Voices + 22 Drum kits + 6 SFX Kits
(And GS Voices for GS Song playback)
(18 voices)
Small Strings, Large Strings, Brass, Tenor Sax, Trumpet, Nylon Guitar,
Solid Guitar 1/2, Steel Guitar, Hi String Guitar, 12Strings Guitar, Clean
Guitar, Overdrive, Distortion, Acoustic Bass, Finger Bass, Pick Bass,
Fretless Bass
(23 voices)
Jazz/Pop/Ballad TenorSax, Growl Sax, Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, Soprano
Sax, Jazz/Silver/Golden Trumpet, Cornet, Trumpet, Mute Trumpet, Flugel Horn, Trombone, Violin, Harmonica, Mandolin, Oboe, Clarinet,
Flute, Pan Flute, Classical Flute
(58 voices)
Dynamic Strings, Spiccato, Dynamic Brass, Power Brass, French Horn,
Sax Section, Dynamic Steel Guitar, Grand Piano, Dynamic Nylon
Guitar, Gospel Choir, etc.
(9 drum kits)
Live! PowerKit 1/2, Live! Studio, Live! Standard 1/2, Live! Brush, Live!
Symphony, Live! PopLatin, Live! Cuban
(39 voices)
Sparkle Stack, Curved Bars, Slide Solid, Clean Guitar, Jazz Guitar,
Power Lead, etc.
10 presets
(42 voices)
Concert Strings, Tremolo Bowing 1/2, Big Band Brass, Brass Fall f/mf,
Trumpet, Trumpet Shake1/2, Saxophone, Concert Guitar, Flamenco
Guitar, Steel Guitar, Warm Solid, Guitar Hero, Feedbacker, Magic Bell,
etc.
Right 1 – 3
Left
Left (default point: F#2)
Style (default point: F#2)
Right 3 (default point: G2)
Voice setting Editor / Voice Creator with Wave Assign
4 MB
1024 MB (Optional)
168 pin DIMM x 2
PLAY, PAUSE, STOP, REC, PREV, NEXT
Repeat, Sort, Shuffle, Marking
Wave (16-bit, 44.1 kHz, stereo)
6
1
Reverb: 34 presets + 3 users
Chorus: 30 presets + 3 users
DSP Effect For Style: 189 presets + 3 users
DSP Effect For R1/R2/R3/Left: 189 presets + 10 users
DSP Effect For Mic: 189 presets + 10 users
Noise Gate x 1, Compressor x 1, 3Band EQ x 1
5 presets + 2 users
5 presets + 5 users
29 Parts (R1, R2, R3, Left, MultiPad, Style x 8, Song x 16)
ON/OFF
60 presets + 10 users
17 presets
-1, 0, +1
-2, -1, 0, +1, +2
Available
Available
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Appendix
Specifications
Accompaniment
Style
Accompaniment Styles
Pro Styles
Session Styles
MegaVoice Styles
Fingering
Control
Song
Multi Pad
Style Creator
OTS (One Touch Setting)
OTS Link
Music Finder
Preset
Edit
RAM Capacity per a style
Preset Songs
Control
Song Position Jump
Tracks
Guide
Performance assistant Technology
Recording
Record Channels
RAM Capacity per a song
Preset
Control
Tempo
Transpose
Tuning
Internet Direct Connection
Memory Device
Internal Flash Memory for user drive
Hard Disk Drive (Internal)
Storage devices (via USB to DEVICE)
Registration
Buttons
Memory
Control
Others
Demo
Language for Display
Direct Access
Scale Type
Metronome
Terminals
USB to HOST
USB to DEVICE
MIDI
Control
Video Out
RGB Out
Audio
For Option Speaker
Power Supply
Dimensions [W x D x H] (with the Music Rest)
Weight (with the Music Rest)
Optional
Accessories
Speaker
Headphones
Foot Switch
Foot Controller
MIDI Foot Controller
Floppy Disk Drive
Keyboard Stand
400 (11 categories)
357
43
(Using by preset styles)
Single Finger, Fingered, Fingered On Bass, Multi Finger, AI Fingered,
Full Keyboard, AI Full Keyboard
Intro x 3, Fill In x 4, Main x 4, Break x 1, Ending x 3, Fade In/Out,
Tap Tempo
YES
4 for Each Style (Programmable)
YES
1,835 records
Programmable. Up to 2,500 records.
approx. 120 KB
5
PLAY, PAUSE, STOP, REC, FF, REW
4 point / Loop
16
Follow Lights, Any Key, Karao-Key, Vocal CueTIME
YES
Quick Recording, Multi Recording, Step Recording, Song Editing
16
approx. 300 KB
120
Pad 1 – 4, Stop, Select
5 – 500, Tap Tempo
-12 – 0 – 12 (Assignable Keyboard/Song/Master)
414.8 – 440 – 466.8 Hz
External Adapter (via USB to DEVICE)
3.2 MB
2.5-inch IDE (Optional)
USB Flash Memory, USB Hard Disk Drive, etc.
8
Bank +/-, Regist Sequence, Freeze
YES
5 Languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Italian)
YES
9 presets
YES
YES
YES (2 terminals: Front / Back )
MIDI A (IN/OUT), MIDI B (IN/OUT)
Foot Pedal 1 (Sustain) / 2 (S. Articulation) / 3 (Volume)
Function Assignable
NTSC / PAL Composite
YES
PHONES
Main Line Output (L/L+R, R)
Sub Output 1, Sub Output 2
Loop Send (L/L+R, R) / AUX Out (Level Fixed): Selectable
Loop Return (L/L+R, R) / Aux In
MIC / LINE IN (Stereo)
To Satellite Speaker (L/R), To Sub Woofer (L/R)
AC (Inlet)
1,140 x 450 x 137 mm (1,140 x 536 x 371 mm)
14.5 kg (15.5 kg)
TRS-MS02
HPE-150/HPE-160/HPE-170
FC4/FC5
FC7
MFC-10
UD-FD01
L-7/L-7S
* Specifications and descriptions in this owner’s manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves
the right to change or modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications,
equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
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Appendix
Handling the floppy disk drive (FDD) and floppy disks
An optional floppy disk drive UD-FD01 can be connected to this instrument. It lets you save original data you’ve created on
the instrument to floppy disk, and allows you to load data from floppy disk to the instrument.
Be sure to handle floppy disks and treat the disk drive with care. Follow the important precautions below.
* The optional floppy disk drive UD-FD01 contains a drive case which is used in installation. However, on the Tyros2, the drive is to be
installed directly without use of the case.
■ Floppy disk compatibility
• 3.5" 2DD and 2HD type floppy disks can be used.
■ Formatting a floppy disk
• If you find that you are unable to use new, blank disks or old
disks that have been used with other devices, you may need
to format them. For details on how to format a disk, see page
194. Keep in mind that all data on the disk will be lost after
formatting. Make sure to check beforehand whether or not
the disk contains important data.
NOTE:
• Floppy disks formatted on this device may or may not be useable as
is on other devices.
■ Inserting/removing Floppy Disks
● Inserting a floppy disk into the disk drive
• Hold the disk so that the label of the disk is facing upward
and the sliding shutter is facing forward, towards the disk slot.
Carefully insert the disk into the slot, slowly pushing it all the
way in until it clicks into place and the eject button pops out.
NOTE:
• Never insert anything but floppy disks into the disk drive. Other
objects may cause damage to the disk drive or floppy disks.
● Removing a floppy disk
• After checking that the instrument is not accessing* the
floppy disk (checking that the use lamp on the floppy disk
drive is off), firmly press the eject button at the upper right of
the disk slot all the way in. When the floppy disk is ejected,
pull it out of the drive. If the floppy disk cannot be removed
because it is stuck, do not try to force it, but instead try pressing the eject button again, or try re-inserting the disk and
attempt to eject it again.
* Access of the disk indicates an active operation, such as recording,
playback, or deletion of data. If a floppy disk is inserted while the
power is on, the disk is automatically accessed, since the instrument
checks whether the disk has data.
CAUTION
• Do not remove the floppy disk or turn off the instrument itself
while the disk is being accessed. Doing so may result not only
in loss of data on the disk but also damage to the floppy disk
drive.
■ About floppy disks
● Handle floppy disks with care, and follow these precautions:
• Do not place heavy objects on a disk or bend or apply pressure to the disk in any way. Always keep floppy disks in their
protective cases when they are not in use.
• Do not expose the disk to direct sunlight, extremely high or
low temperatures, or excessive humidity, dust or liquids.
• Do not open the sliding shutter and touch the exposed surface of the floppy disk inside.
• Do not expose the disk to magnetic fields, such as those produced by televisions, speakers, motors, etc., since magnetic
fields can partially or completely erase data on the disk, rendering it unreadable.
• Never use a floppy disk with a deformed shutter or housing.
• Do not attach anything other than the provided labels to a
floppy disk. Also make sure that labels are attached in the
proper location.
● To protect your data (write-protect tab):
• To prevent accidental erasure of important data, slide the
disk’s write-protect tab to the “protect” position (tab open).
When saving data, make sure that the disk’s write-protect tab
is set to the “overwrite” position (tab closed).
Write-protect tab
ON (locked or
write protected)
Write-protect tab
OFF (unlocked or
write enabled)
● Data backup
• For maximum data security Yamaha recommends that you
keep two copies of important data on separate floppy disks.
This gives you a backup if one disk is lost or damaged.
• Be sure to remove the floppy disk from the disk drive before
turning off the power. A floppy disk left in the drive for
extended periods can easily pick up dust and dirt that can
cause data-read and -write errors.
■ Cleaning the disk drive read/write head
• Clean the read/write head regularly. This instrument employs
a precision magnetic read/write head which, after an
extended period of use, will pick up a layer of magnetic particles from the disks used that will eventually cause read and
write errors.
• To maintain the disk drive in optimum working order Yamaha
recommends that you use a commercially-available dry-type
head cleaning disk to clean the head about once a month.
Ask your Yamaha dealer about the availability of proper headcleaning disks.
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Appendix
Index
Numbers
CHANNEL ......................... 83, 123
Disk ......................................... 231
3BAND EQ ............................... 177
Channel Message ........................ 210
DORIAN .................................. 166
CHANNEL ON/OFF .......... 37, 46, 82
Downloading Data ...................... 201
A
Channel Transpose ...................... 124
Drum Kit ................................... 85
AC INLET ................................. 17
CHORD................ 83, 125, 152, 166
Drums ....................................... 86
Accent Type............................... 164
CHORD DETECT ....................... 82
DSP ................................ 39, 83, 87
Accompaniment .......................... 31
CHORD FINGERING ........... 82, 153
DSP Type ................................... 90
ACMP .................................. 31, 81
Chord Match........................ 38, 170
DSP VARIATION ............ 39, 87, 190
After Touch ............................... 210
CHORD NOTE ONLY ................ 192
DSP1-6..................................... 181
Aftertouch ........................... 87, 191
Chord Tutor ............................... 152
Dynamics.................................. 163
AI Fingered ............................... 153
Chordal .................................... 178
AI Full Keyboard ........................ 153
Chorus...................................... 181
E
Amplitude .................................. 92
Clock ......................... 125, 127, 215
Echo Types ................................ 192
Any Key .................................... 49
CMP .................................. 82, 185
EDIT.................................. 83, 170
APPEND .................................. 172
Compressor ............................... 178
EFFECT ................. 81, 82, 175, 181
ARABIC ................................... 188
Computer ................................... 66
EG ............................................ 93
ASSEMBLY ................. 83, 159, 163
CONFIG ............................. 82, 193
ENDING ....................... 34, 81, 190
ASSIGN ................................... 192
Control Change ................... 132, 210
ENTER ..................................... 68
ASSIGNABLE FOOT PEDAL ....... 16
CONTROLLER .......................... 82
Entering Characters...................... 76
AT ........................................... 216
Controls ................................ 14, 15
Attack ....................................... 93
Cool! voices ............................... 86
Entering Characters
(Internet Direct Connection) ...... 199
AUTO FILL IN ...................... 34, 81
Copy ......................................... 74
AUX IN ..................................... 17
Current ..................................... 119
AUX OUT .................................. 17
Cursor ....................................... 79
Custom Voice .................. 85, 94, 196
B
Backup ..................................... 196
BALANCE ....................... 36, 46, 82
Bank ......................................... 53
Bar Clear .................................. 165
Bar Copy .................................. 165
BASIC ................................ 83, 161
Basic Operations ......................... 68
BASS ........................................ 82
Custom Voice Bank Edit ............... 83
Custom Voice Edit via PC ............. 83
Custom! voices ........................... 86
CustomWA! voices ...................... 86
Cut ........................................... 74
Cutoff Frequency ......................... 92
D
DATA ENTRY ............................ 68
Envelope Generator...................... 93
EQ ..................................... 82, 184
EQUAL TEMPERAMENT .......... 188
Equalizer .................................. 184
ESEQ ....................................... 212
Event List ..... 121, 125, 127, 162, 170
Exclusive Messages .................... 210
EXIT......................................... 69
F
Factory Reset ............................. 196
FADE IN TIME ......................... 193
FADE IN/OUT.. 35, 81, 154, 190, 193
FADE OUT HOLD TIME ............ 193
BASS HOLD ............................. 190
Decay ........................................ 93
Beat .................................. 125, 127
Delay ........................................ 93
Beat Converter ........................... 164
Delete................................. 75, 123
Bookmarks ................................ 202
DEMO ................................. 24, 81
BREAK ................................ 34, 81
Depth ........................................ 93
Brightness ........................... 92, 180
Destination ................................ 124
C
DIGITAL RECORDING
................. 83, 121, 159, 161, 169
CC ........................................... 216
DIMM Installation ...................... 223
FILL SELF ............................... 190
CD-ROM ..................................... 6
Direct Access .............................. 70
FILL UP ................................... 190
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FADE OUT TIME ...................... 193
FF (Fast Forward) ............ 43, 81, 117
File ........................................... 71
FILE ACCESS ..................... 81, 156
FILL BREAK ............................ 190
FILL DOWN ............................. 190
FILL IN ..................................... 34
Appendix
Index
FILTER ......................... 82, 92, 180
Installing a Hard Disk .................. 221
M
Fine ......................................... 164
Internet Connection ..................... 197
MAIN ...................................... 190
FINGERD/FING ON BASS ......... 190
Internet Glossary ........................ 209
MAIN (LINE OUT) ..................... 17
Fingered ................................... 153
Internet Settings ......................... 205
Main display ............................... 22
Fingered On Bass ....................... 153
INTRO ................................. 34, 81
MAIN jacks............................... 186
Fingering .................................. 152
Main Picture ........................ 71, 195
Floppy Disk Drive ...................... 231
J
MAIN VARIATION ................ 34, 81
Folder ........................................ 71
Jump ......................................... 44
Marker ............................... 44, 133
Follow Lights ......................... 49, 50
Jump Marker ............................. 117
Master Compressor .............. 181, 185
FOOT PEDAL ..................... 82, 189
Foot Volume .............................. 189
Footage ...................................... 89
Footswitch................................. 189
Format ...................................... 194
FREEZE ........................ 54, 82, 173
Full Keyboard ............................ 153
FUNCTION ........................ 82, 187
Function Tree .............................. 81
G
GLIDE ..................................... 189
GM ........................................... 85
GM2 ......................................... 85
GROOVE ............................ 83, 163
GS ........................................... 212
GUIDE ................................. 49, 81
H
Master EQ.......................... 181, 184
K
Karao-key .................................. 49
Kbd. Vel (Keyboard Velocity) ........ 128
Key Signature ..................... 113, 133
Keyboard ......................... 14, 80, 87
Keyboard Part ...................... 84, 179
Keyboard Transpose ..................... 88
Keyword .................................... 41
L
Language ..................... 23, 119, 195
LCD................................... 68, 188
LCD buttons ............................... 68
LCD contrast .............................. 21
LEFT ............................ 27, 80, 190
Left Hold ................................... 84
Length ....................................... 90
LFO .......................................... 92
HARD DISK
RECORDER ................ 59, 83, 135
LIBRARY LOAD ................. 83, 106
Harmonic Content ................. 92, 180
LINE IN .................................... 17
HARMONIC MINOR ................. 166
LINE OUT ..................... 17, 82, 185
Harmony Mode ........................... 48
Live! voices ................................ 86
Harmony Types .......................... 192
Live!Drums voices ....................... 86
HARMONY/ECHO .. 39, 83, 190, 191
Live!SFX voices.......................... 86
HD drive ............................... 29, 71
Local Control ............................. 215
HDR PLAY/PAUSE .................... 190
LOOP.............................. 43, 44, 81
HIGH KEY ........................ 160, 167
Loop End Marker ....................... 117
LIBRARY SAVE .................. 83, 108
Loop Recording ......................... 160
Master Transpose ........................ 88
MASTER TUNE .................. 82, 187
MASTER VOLUME ............... 20, 81
Maximum Polyphony ................... 86
MEAN-TONE ........................... 188
Measure ............................. 125, 127
MEDIA .............................. 82, 194
MegaVoice ................................. 86
MELODIC MINOR .................... 166
MEMORY ............................ 52, 82
Memory Drive ............................ 70
Message .................................... 69
Message Switch ......................... 215
Meta Event ................................ 133
Metronome.......................... 81, 193
MFC10 .......................... 16, 82, 217
MIC ................................... 17, 175
MIC SETTING ........................... 81
MIC/LINE IN ............ 17, 47, 81, 175
Microphone ......................... 47, 175
MIDI.................................. 82, 210
MIDI A IN/OUT ......................... 16
MIDI B IN/OUT ......................... 16
MIDI Channel............................ 211
MIDI Setup ......................... 71, 196
MIDI Template .................... 71, 214
Mix.......................................... 124
MIXING CONSOLE............. 82, 179
Mode ........................................ 90
I
LOOP RETURN ......................... 17
IDC (Internet Direct Connection) ... 197
LOOP SEND .............................. 17
INDIVIDUAL LOAD ............ 83, 104
MODULATION
wheel ............. 83, 88, 92, 190, 191
Lower ....................................... 215
INITIAL TOUCH .............. 39, 83, 87
Monitor .................................... 116
LYRICS ....................... 83, 114, 188
Initializing Internet Settings .......... 208
MONO ...................... 39, 83, 87, 91
Lyrics Background Picture ............ 71
INPUT VOLUME ............ 47, 81, 175
Multi Assign .............................. 192
LYRICS PAGE +/- ...................... 190
Insertion Effect........................... 182
Multi Finger .............................. 153
LYRICS/TEXT ............. 81, 114, 115
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Index
Multi Pad ....................... 38, 71, 169
Part .......................................... 179
Realtime Recording .................... 121
Multi Pad Bank ........................... 71
Part EQ ..................................... 181
REC ................................ 55, 81, 83
MULTI PAD CONTROL .. 38, 82, 169
PART ON/OFF............ 25, 80, 83, 84
REC END ................................. 122
Multi Recording .......................... 57
Part On/Off................................ 158
REC MODE ........................ 83, 122
Music Finder ........... 40, 71, 171, 196
PART SELECT ................. 25, 83, 84
REC START .............................. 122
Music Rest ............................ 14, 19
Part Settings .............................. 180
RECEIVE .................................. 82
Paste ......................................... 74
Receive Transpose ...................... 215
N
Path .......................................... 78
RECORD............................ 83, 169
Name ........................................ 76
PB ........................................... 216
Record (Music Finder)........... 40, 171
NATURAL MINOR .................... 166
PC ........................................... 216
Recording .................................. 55
New Song ............................. 55, 57
PEDAL PUNCH IN/OUT ............ 122
REGIST BANK ..................... 53, 82
Next/Cancel ............................... 118
PERCUSSION ........................... 190
Noise Gate ................................ 178
performance assistant Technology .. 120
REGISTRATION
MEMORY .................. 52, 82, 173
Normalize ................................. 143
Phrase Mark ....................... 117, 119
Registration Memory Bank ............ 71
Note ......................................... 132
PITCH BEND ............................ 189
Note Limit .......................... 160, 167
Pitch Bend ................................ 210
REGISTRATION MEMORY
CONTENTS ....................... 52, 82
Note Name .......................... 84, 113
Pitch Bend Range ....................... 180
Note Number ............................. 210
PITCH BEND wheel ............... 83, 88
Note Off ................................... 210
PLAY/PAUSE ............................. 83
Note On .................................... 210
Playlist ..................................... 147
Note Transposition ...................... 160
Poly ..................................... 87, 91
NTR .................................. 160, 166
Poly/Mono ................................. 87
NTSC ........................................ 16
Polyphony .................................. 86
NTT .................................. 160, 166
PORTAMENTO ......................... 189
Portamento ................................. 87
O
Octave ........................... 27, 91, 180
ONE TOUCH SETTING........ 36, 155
Open/Save display ............. 29, 72, 77
Organ Flutes ..................... 28, 85, 89
Organ Flutes! voices..................... 86
Organ Type ................................. 89
OTS .................................. 155, 190
OTS LINK .......................... 81, 155
OTS Link Timing........................ 157
OVER ................................ 47, 175
Overdub Recording ..................... 160
OWNER ............................. 82, 195
Owner Name ............................. 195
Portamento Time .................. 91, 180
POWER ON/OFF .............. 20, 22, 81
Preset drive............................ 29, 71
Program Change .................. 132, 210
Property ......................... 65, 77, 136
PUNCH IN AT ........................... 122
Punch In/Out ............................. 121
PUNCH OUT AT........................ 122
PURE MAJOR........................... 188
PURE MINOR ........................... 188
PYTHAGORIAN ....................... 188
Q
Quantize ................................... 123
Quick Recording ......................... 55
P
P.A.T. ................................. 81, 120
PAL .......................................... 16
Panpot ...................................... 180
PARAMETER ..................... 83, 165
Parameter Lock .......................... 193
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Quick Start ................................ 119
R
Registration Sequence ........... 54, 173
Release ...................................... 93
Repeat ............................... 119, 170
Repeat Folder ............................ 119
Repertoire .................................. 33
REPLACE ................................ 172
REPLACE ALL ......................... 122
Resonance .................................. 92
Response ................................... 90
Reverb ...................................... 181
REW (Rewind) ............... 43, 81, 117
RGB OUT.................................. 16
RIGHT 1 ....................... 25, 80, 190
RIGHT 2 ....................... 26, 80, 190
RIGHT 3 ............................ 80, 190
rit. ............................................ 34
ROOT FIXED ............................ 166
ROOT TRANS ........................... 166
Rotary Speaker Speed................... 89
RTR .................................. 160, 167
S
S. ARTICULATION.............. 16, 190
S. Articulation! voices .................. 86
Save .......................................... 75
SCALE TUNE ..................... 82, 187
SCORE .............................. 81, 112
Random .................................... 119
SCORE PAGE +/-....................... 190
Realtime Message ....................... 210
SCREEN OUT ..................... 82, 188
Search ....................................... 41
Appendix
Index
Section ...................................... 34
SYNC START .... 31, 80, 81, 155, 190
User drive ............................. 29, 71
Section Set ................................ 158
SYNC STOP ........... 35, 81, 155, 190
User Effect ................... 71, 183, 196
SELECT .......................... 38, 82, 83
Synchro Stop Window ................. 157
User Master Compressor ........ 71, 185
Sequence Format ........................ 212
SYS/EX. ............................. 83, 215
User Master EQ ................... 71, 184
SETTING .................................. 83
SYSTEM ............................ 82, 215
UTILITY ............................ 82, 193
Setup ........................................ 124
System Effect............................. 182
SFX .......................................... 86
System Exclusive Message ........... 210
V
SIGNAL ............................. 47, 175
System Message ......................... 210
Velocity .................................... 210
Single Finger ............................. 153
SYSTEM RESET ................. 82, 196
Version Number ......................... 195
Sleep Time ................................ 194
System Setup ....................... 71, 196
VH TYPE SELECT ......... 48, 81, 175
Vibrato ...................................... 93
SMF ......................................... 212
SOFT ....................................... 189
T
Vibrato Depth ............................. 89
SONG ................ 43, 71, 78, 81, 112
TAB .......................................... 69
Vibrato On/Off ............................ 89
Song Auto Open ......................... 194
TALK ................................. 81, 190
Vibrato Speed ............................. 90
Song Auto Revoice...................... 181
Talk Setting ............................... 177
VIDEO OUT ....................... 16, 188
SONG CONTROL ....................... 43
Tap .................................... 35, 154
VIEW ....................................... 77
SONG CREATOR ................ 83, 121
TAP TEMPO ................ 81, 154, 190
Vocal Cue Time ...................... 49, 51
Song Position ............................. 117
TEMPO ................ 81, 133, 154, 158
Song Position Marker ........... 117, 133
Terminals .............................. 16, 17
VOCAL
HARMONY ......... 48, 81, 181, 190
SONG SETTING.................. 82, 118
Text ......................................... 115
Vocal Harmony Mode.................. 178
Song Transpose ........................... 88
TEXT PAGE +/- ......................... 190
Vocal Harmony Type .................... 48
SOSTENUTO ............................ 189
Time Signature ........................... 133
Vocoder .................................... 178
Source ...................................... 124
TO DEVICE ............................... 16
VOICE ................. 25, 71, 83, 84, 85
Source Chord ...................... 160, 166
TO HOST .................................. 16
Voice Allocation Format .............. 212
Source Pattern ............................ 160
TO LEFT SPEAKER ................... 17
VOICE CREATOR ................. 83, 95
Source Root ........................ 160, 166
TO RIGHT SPEAKER ................. 16
Voice Editor .............................. 111
SP (Song Position) .................. 43, 81
TO SUB WOOFER ...................... 17
VOICE EFFECT ............... 39, 83, 87
Speaker ........................ 18, 193, 219
TOUCH LIMIT .......................... 192
Voice Information ........................ 25
SPEED ..................................... 192
Touch Sense ............................... 91
Voice Number ............................ 193
Split Point ...................... 31, 80, 158
TRANSMIT ........................ 82, 215
VOICE SET .............. 82, 89, 91, 188
START/STOP ...................... 81, 215
TRANSMIT CLOCK .................. 215
VOL/VOICE ....................... 82, 180
Step Recording ........................... 121
TRANSPOSE ................. 81, 88, 180
VOLUME .......... 16, 90, 91, 189, 192
STOP .............................. 81, 82, 83
TRANSPOSE ASSIGN ............... 191
Stop Accompaniment............. 33, 157
TRIM ........................................ 17
STRENGTH .............................. 123
TUNE ....................................... 82
STYLE .............. 31, 71, 81, 152, 156
Tuning ............................... 180, 187
STYLE CONTROL................. 34, 81
STYLE CREATOR ............... 83, 159
Style Touch ............................... 157
SUB .......................................... 17
SUB jacks ................................. 186
Super Articulation ........................ 86
SUSTAIN............ 16, 39, 83, 87, 189
Sweet! voices .............................. 86
Swing ....................................... 164
U
W
WAVE IMPORT ..................... 83, 94
X
XG ........................................... 85
Upper ....................................... 215
UPPER OCTAVE .............. 27, 83, 88
USB .......................................... 16
USB drive ............................. 29, 71
USB Storage Device..................... 64
USB TO DEVICE.............. 15, 16, 64
USB TO HOST ...................... 16, 66
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Limited Warranty
90 DAYS LABOR
1 YEAR PARTS
Yamaha Corporation of America, hereafter referred to as Yamaha, warrants to the original consumer of a product included in the categories listed
below, that the product will be free of defects in materials and/or workmanship for the periods indicated. This warranty is applicable to all models
included in the following series of products:
DIGITAL WORKSTATION
If during the first 90 days that immediately follows the purchase date, your new Yamaha product covered by this warranty is found to have a defect
in material and/or workmanship, Yamaha and/or its authorized representative will repair such defect without charge for parts or labor.
If parts should be required after this 90 day period but within the one year period that immediately follows the purchase date, Yamaha will, subject
to the terms of this warranty, supply these parts without charge. However, charges for labor, and/or any miscellaneous expenses incurred are the
consumers responsibility. Yamaha reserves the right to utilize reconditioned parts in repairing these products and/or to use reconditioned units as
warranty replacements.
THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY WHICH YAMAHA MAKES IN CONNECTION WITH THESE PRODUCTS. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANT ABILITY
IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. YAMAHA EXCLUDES AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IN ANY
EVENT FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow limitations that relate to implied warranties and/or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages. Therefore, these
limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
CONSUMERS RESPONSIBILITIES
If warranty service should be required, it is necessary that the consumer assume certain responsibilities:
1. Contact the Customer Service Department of the retailer selling the product, or any retail outlet authorized by Yamaha to sell the product for
assistance. You may also contact Yamaha directly at the address provided below.
2. Deliver the unit to be serviced under warranty to: the retailer selling the product, an authorized service center, or to Yamaha with an explanation
of the problem. Please be prepared to provide proof purchase date (sales receipt, credit card copy, etc.) when requesting service and/or parts
under warranty.
3. Shipping and/or insurance costs are the consumers responsibility.* Units shipped for service should be packed securely.
*Repaired units will be returned PREPAID if warranty service is required within the first 90 days.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT ship anything to ANY location without prior authorization. A Return Authorization (RA) will be issued that has
a tracking number assigned that will expedite the servicing of your unit and provide a tracking system if needed.
4. Your owners manual contains important safety and operating instructions. It is your responsibility to be aware of the contents of this manual and
to follow all safety precautions.
EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not apply to units whose trade name, trademark, and/or ID numbers have been altered, defaced, exchanged removed, or to failures and/or damages that may occur as a result of:
1. Neglect, abuse, abnormal strain, modification or exposure to extremes in temperature or humidity.
2. Improper repair or maintenance by any person who is not a service representative of a retail outlet authorized by Yamaha to sell the product, an
authorized service center, or an authorized service representative of Yamaha.
3. This warranty is applicable only to units sold by retailers authorized by Yamaha to sell these products in the U.S.A., the District of Columbia,
and Puerto Rico. This warranty is not applicable in other possessions or territories of the U.S.A. or in any other country.
Please record the model and serial number of the product you have purchased in the spaces provided below.
Model___________________________
Serial #________________________________
Sales Slip #________________________________
Purchased from____________________________________________________________
(Retailer)
Date______________________________________
YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Electronic Service Division
6600 Orangethorpe Avenue
Buena Park, CA 90620
KEEP THIS DOCUMENT FOR YOUR RECORDS. DO NOT MAIL!
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FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not
expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by
the FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/
or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s
supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation
instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC
authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the
requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital
devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential
environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies
and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in
the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation
of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does
not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If
this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be
determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by
the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or
fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the
antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the
lead-in to co-axial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results,
please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of
product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division,
6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by
Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
(class B)
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Connecting the Plug and Cord
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
IMPORTANT. The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
BLUE
: NEUTRAL
BROWN : LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not
correspond with the coloured makings identifying the terminals in your
plug proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth terminal of the
three pin plug.
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES,
• This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha-Kemble Music (U.K.) Ltd.
(2 wires)
This product contains a high intensity lamp that contains
a small amount of mercury. Disposal of this material
may be regulated due to environmental considerations.
For disposal information in the United States, refer to
the Electronic Industries Alliance web site:
www.eiae.org
* This applies only to products distributed by
YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
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BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA
BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU
FOND.
• This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
(polarity)
• Ceci ne s’applique qu’aux produits distribués par Yamaha Canada Musique Ltée.
COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT
(DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURE)
Responsible Party : Yamaha Corporation of America
Address : 6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park,
Calif. 90620
Telephone : 714-522-9011
Type of Equipment : DIGITAL WORKSTATION
Model Name : Tyros2
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
See user manual instructions if interference to radio reception is suspected.
(mercury) * This applies only to products distributed by
YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
(FCC DoC)
For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha
representative or the authorized distributor listed below.
Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser à Yamaha ou
au distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans la liste suivante.
NORTH AMERICA
CANADA
Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
135 Milner Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario,
M1S 3R1, Canada
Tel: 416-298-1311
Die Einzelheiten zu Produkten sind bei Ihrer unten aufgeführten
Niederlassung und bei Yamaha Vertragshändlern in den jeweiligen
Bestimmungsländern erhältlich.
Para detalles sobre productos, contacte su tienda Yamaha más cercana
o el distribuidor autorizado que se lista debajo.
THE NETHERLANDS/
BELGIUM/LUXEMBOURG
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH,
Branch Benelux
Clarissenhof 5-b, 4133 AB Vianen, The Netherlands
Tel: 0347-358 040
FRANCE
U.S.A.
Yamaha Corporation of America
6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, Calif. 90620,
U.S.A.
Tel: 714-522-9011
CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
MEXICO
Yamaha de México S.A. de C.V.
Calz. Javier Rojo Gómez #1149,
Col. Guadalupe del Moral
C.P. 09300, México, D.F., México
Tel: 55-5804-0600
Yamaha Musique France
BP 70-77312 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 2, France
Tel: 01-64-61-4000
ITALY
Yamaha Musica Italia S.P.A.
Viale Italia 88, 20020 Lainate (Milano), Italy
Tel: 02-935-771
SPAIN/PORTUGAL
Yamaha-Hazen Música, S.A.
Ctra. de la Coruna km. 17, 200, 28230
Las Rozas (Madrid), Spain
Tel: 91-639-8888
GREECE
BRAZIL
Yamaha Musical do Brasil Ltda.
Av. Reboucas 2636-Pinheiros CEP: 05402-400
Sao Paulo-SP. Brasil
Tel: 011-3085-1377
ARGENTINA
Yamaha Music Latin America, S.A.
Sucursal de Argentina
Viamonte 1145 Piso2-B 1053,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tel: 1-4371-7021
PANAMA AND OTHER LATIN
AMERICAN COUNTRIES/
CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Latin America, S.A.
Torre Banco General, Piso 7, Urbanización Marbella,
Calle 47 y Aquilino de la Guardia,
Ciudad de Panamá, Panamá
Tel: +507-269-5311
EUROPE
THE UNITED KINGDOM
Yamaha-Kemble Music (U.K.) Ltd.
Sherbourne Drive, Tilbrook, Milton Keynes,
MK7 8BL, England
Tel: 01908-366700
IRELAND
Danfay Ltd.
61D, Sallynoggin Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
Tel: 01-2859177
GERMANY
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: 04101-3030
SWITZERLAND/LIECHTENSTEIN
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH,
Branch Switzerland
Seefeldstrasse 94, 8008 Zürich, Switzerland
Tel: 01-383 3990
AUSTRIA
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH,
Branch Austria
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien, Austria
Tel: 01-60203900
CZECH REPUBLIC/SLOVAKIA/
HUNGARY/SLOVENIA
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH,
Branch Austria, CEE Department
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien, Austria
Tel: 01-602039025
POLAND
Philippos Nakas S.A. The Music House
147 Skiathou Street, 112-55 Athens, Greece
Tel: 01-228 2160
ASIA
THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Yamaha Music & Electronics (China) Co.,Ltd.
25/F., United Plaza, 1468 Nanjing Road (West),
Jingan, Shanghai, China
Tel: 021-6247-2211
HONG KONG
Tom Lee Music Co., Ltd.
11/F., Silvercord Tower 1, 30 Canton Road,
Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: 2737-7688
INDONESIA
PT. Yamaha Music Indonesia (Distributor)
PT. Nusantik
Gedung Yamaha Music Center, Jalan Jend. Gatot
Subroto Kav. 4, Jakarta 12930, Indonesia
Tel: 21-520-2577
KOREA
Yamaha Music Korea Ltd.
Tong-Yang Securities Bldg. 16F 23-8 Yoido-dong,
Youngdungpo-ku, Seoul, Korea
Tel: 02-3770-0660
MALAYSIA
Yamaha Music Malaysia, Sdn., Bhd.
Lot 8, Jalan Perbandaran, 47301 Kelana Jaya,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 3-78030900
SWEDEN
Yamaha Scandinavia AB
J. A. Wettergrens Gata 1
Box 30053
S-400 43 Göteborg, Sweden
Tel: 031 89 34 00
PHILIPPINES
DENMARK
YS Copenhagen Liaison Office
Generatorvej 6A
DK-2730 Herlev, Denmark
Tel: 44 92 49 00
FINLAND
F-Musiikki Oy
Kluuvikatu 6, P.O. Box 260,
SF-00101 Helsinki, Finland
Tel: 09 618511
Yupangco Music Corporation
339 Gil J. Puyat Avenue, P.O. Box 885 MCPO,
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel: 819-7551
SINGAPORE
Yamaha Music Asia Pte., Ltd.
#03-11 A-Z Building
140 Paya Lebor Road, Singapore 409015
Tel: 747-4374
TAIWAN
NORWAY
Norsk filial av Yamaha Scandinavia AB
Grini Næringspark 1
N-1345 Østerås, Norway
Tel: 67 16 77 70
ICELAND
Skifan HF
Skeifan 17 P.O. Box 8120
IS-128 Reykjavik, Iceland
Tel: 525 5000
Yamaha KHS Music Co., Ltd.
3F, #6, Sec.2, Nan Jing E. Rd. Taipei.
Taiwan 104, R.O.C.
Tel: 02-2511-8688
THAILAND
Siam Music Yamaha Co., Ltd.
891/1 Siam Motors Building, 15-16 floor
Rama 1 road, Wangmai, Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel: 02-215-2626
OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES
OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: +49-4101-3030
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Music Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2317
OCEANIA
AFRICA
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Music Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2312
MIDDLE EAST
TURKEY/CYPRUS
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: 04101-3030
OTHER COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Gulf FZE
LB21-128 Jebel Ali Freezone
P.O.Box 17328, Dubai, U.A.E.
Tel: +971-4-881-5868
AUSTRALIA
Yamaha Music Australia Pty. Ltd.
Level 1, 99 Queensbridge Street, Southbank,
Victoria 3006, Australia
Tel: 3-9693-5111
NEW ZEALAND
Music Houses of N.Z. Ltd.
146/148 Captain Springs Road, Te Papapa,
Auckland, New Zealand
Tel: 9-634-0099
COUNTRIES AND TRUST
TERRITORIES IN PACIFIC OCEAN
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Music Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2312
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH
Sp.z. o.o. Oddzial w Polsce
ul. 17 Stycznia 56, PL-02-146 Warszawa, Poland
Tel: 022-868-07-57
HEAD OFFICE Yamaha Corporation, Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-3273
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