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INFORMATION FOR YOUR SAFETY!
THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (for USA)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can
void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
CAUTION
The normal function of the product may be disturbed by
Strong Electro Magnetic Interference. If so, simply reset
the product to resume normal operation by following the
owner's manual. In case the function could not resume,
please use the product in other location.
PRECAUTIONS
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
Please keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Power Supply
Please connect the designated Power Cord to an AC outlet
of the correct voltage.
Do not connect it to an AC outlet of voltage other than that
for which your instrument is intended.
Unplug the Power Cord when not using the instrument, or
during electrical storms.
Connections
Before connecting the instrument to other devices, turn off
the power to all units. This will help prevent malfunction and
/ or damage to other devices.
Location
Do not expose the instrument to the following conditions to
avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious damage:
Direct sunlight
Extreme temperature or humidity
Excessive dusty or dirty location
Strong vibrations or shocks
Close to magnetic fields
Interference with other electrical devices
Radios and televisions placed nearby may experience
reception interference. Operate this unit at a suitable
distance from radios and televisions.
Cleaning
Clean only with a soft, dry cloth.
Do not use paint thinners, solvents, cleaning fluids, or
chemical-impregnated wiping cloths.
Handling
Do not apply excessive force to the switches or controls.
Regarding the display
This instrument display is a precision device created
using extremely high technology, and careful attention
has been paid to its product quality. Although you may
notice some of the issues listed below, please be aware
that these are due to the characteristics of LCD displays,
and are not malfunctions.
• There may be pixels in the display that are always dark
(unlit) or always bright (lit).
• Depending on the displayed content, the brightness of
the display may appear uneven.
• Depending on the displayed content, horizontal stripes
of shading may be visible.
• Depending on the displayed content, flickering or moire
patterns may be visible.
Do not let paper, metallic, or other objects into the
instrument. If this happens, unplug the Power Cord from the
wall outlet. Then have the instrument inspected by qualified
service personnel.
Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.
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Contents
Introduction
Panel & Display Description
Front Panel..........................................................6
Rear Panel..........................................................7
Main Display........................................................8
Setup
Part List...............................................................9
Setup Guide......................................................10
Connections
Power Supply....................................................14
Connecting a pair of Headphones.....................14
Connecting an Audio Equipment.......................14
Connecting an MP3/CD Player.........................14
Connecting a Microphone.................................15
Connecting a Computer....................................15
Connecting External MIDI Devices...................15
Quick Start
Basic Operations
Selection Operation...........................................16
Soft Keyboard Operation...................................16
Setting Operation..............................................17
Playing the Demos.......................................18
Playing Voices ..............................................19
Playing with a Style......................................20
Playing Songs...............................................21
Recording Your Performance to MIDI......22
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Recording Your Performance as Audio...23
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Using a USB Storage Device.....................24
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Downloading Data from the Computer....25
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Advanced Use
Voice
Song
Playing Various Voices......................................26
Keyboard Parts....................................................26
Playing a single Voice (Right1)................................26
Playing Two or Three Voices Simultaneously (R 1, 2, 3)26
Playing Different Voices with the Left and Right Hands.27
Setting the touch sensitivity of the keyboard.....27
Changing Pitch..................................................28
Master Tuning.....................................................28
Transpose..........................................................28
Octave..............................................................29
Scale Tune.........................................................29
Adjusting the Volume of Voices.........................31
Adding Effects to Voices....................................31
Arpeggiator.........................................................32
Harmony............................................................35
Chopper.............................................................35
Global Effect......................................................36
Reverb and Chorus..............................................36
EQ....................................................................37
Editing Voice.....................................................37
Editable Parameters.............................................38
Saving the Edited Voice.........................................39
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User Voice.............39
Playing Various Songs......................................48
Operations for Song Playback..........................48
Adjusting the Volume of the Song.....................49
Displaying Music Notation (Score)....................50
Style
Selecting Various Styles....................................40
Playing Only the Rhythm Tracks of a Style.......40
Playing All Tracks of a Style..............................40
Adjusting the Volume Balance..........................41
Muting the tracks of a style...............................42
Split Point Settings............................................42
Selecting a Chord Fingering Type.....................43
Chord Basics......................................................43
Single Finger......................................................44
Multi Finger........................................................44
Chord Dictionary..................................................44
Operations for Style Playback...........................45
Style Variations....................................................45
The Function Description of Control Buttons...............45
Adjusting the Tempo..........................................46
Using the Metronome .......................................46
One Touch Setting.............................................47
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User Style...47
Piano Mode
Entering the Piano Mode...................................52
The Setting of this Mode...................................52
Song Recording
MIDI Recording.................................................54
Quick Recording..................................................45
Multi Track Recording...........................................55
Editing the Recorded MIDI Song..............................56
Audio Recording................................................57
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User Song..57
Global Setting
Keyboard...........................................................58
Style & Song.....................................................58
Controllers.........................................................59
Knob.................................................................59
Multi Pad............................................................60
Pedal................................................................61
Effect.................................................................62
MIDI I/O.............................................................62
Utility..................................................................62
Performance Memory
Selecting a Performance Bank..........................64
Recalling a Performance Memory Settings.......64
Freezing the Specific Item.................................65
Registering the Performance Memory Settings.65
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User
Performance......................................................66
USB Device
File Operations in the File Selection Display.....67
Creating a New Folder......................................68
Formatting the USB Device...............................68
MIDI
What’s MIDI?.....................................................69
Midi Terminals...................................................69
Downloading Data from the Computer..............69
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Appendices
Troubleshooting............................................70
Specification..................................................70
Introduction
Appendices
Voice List...........................................................71
Style List............................................................77
Song List...........................................................78
Demo List..........................................................78
Chord List..........................................................79
MIDI Implementation List..................................80
Quick Start
Advanced Use
Appendices
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Panel & Display Description
Front Panel
2
MASTER
VOLUME
3
MUSIC
VOLUME
REVERB
CHORUS
VOLUME
PAN
ATTACK
RELEASE
CUTOFF
RESONANCE
ASSIGN 1
ASSIGN 2
ASSIGN 3
ASSIGN 4
SCORE
MAX
SONG
SELECT
MAX
4
SELECT
TEMPO
TAP
A.B.C.
O.T.S.
LINK
AUTO
FILL IN
FADE
IN / OUT
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16
17
18
METRO.
6
MIN
INTRO 1
INTRO 2
MAIN 1
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MAIN 2
MAIN 3
MAIN 4
ENDING 1 ENDING 2
11
RECORD
SONG
13
NEW SONG
SYNC
STOP
SYNC
START
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23 24
9
TEMPO
10
EFFECT ON / OFF
MIN
8
7
5
STYLE
SELECT
RECORD
AUDIO
14
START/
STOP
MIXER
CHORD
DICT.
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20
21
RW
FF
PAUSE
6. EFFECT ON/OFF BUTTON
Turns the keyboard effect (arpeggio,
harmony, chopper) on or off.
7. SCORE BUTTON
Show the staff of the current song
(SMF).
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8. SONG SELECT BUTTON
Enter the SONG SELECT interface.
9. STYLE SELECT BUTTON
Enter the STYLE SELECT interface.
1. POWER ON/OFF BUTTON
Turn the power on or off.
2. MASTER VOLUME SLIDER
Adjust the master volume.
3. MUSIC VOLUME SLIDER
Adjust the volume of the playing style
or the playing song.
4. SELECT BUTTON
Select the three effect combinations of
GROUP KNOBS sequentially.
5. GROUP KNOBS
Effect1: Adjust reverb level, chorus
level, volume, pan of the
RIGHT 1 voice.
Effect2: Adjust attack time, release
time, the filter cut off
frequency, the amount of
resonance applied at the filter
cutoff frequency of the
RIGHT 1 voice.
Effect3: The knob effect can be
assigned separately. See
“Controller”.
10. TEMPO TAP BUTTON
Change the tempo by “tapping” out
the tempo with this button.
11. TEMPO+, TEMPO- BUTTONS
Adjust the current tempo.
12. METRO. BUTTON
Turn the Metronome on or off.
13. RECORD SONG BUTTON
Enter the RECORD SONG interface.
You’ll record your performance in
SMF format.
14. RECORD AUDIO BUTTON
Enter the audio recording is in ready
state. You’ll record your performance
in WAV format.
15. A.B.C. BUTTON
Turn the A.B.C. MODE on or off.
16. O.T.S. LINK BUTTON
Turn the O.T.S. LINK on or off.
If it is turned on, the One Touch
Settings can be changed when you
select different style.
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PLAY/
STOP
17. AUTO FILL IN BUTTON
Turn the AUTO FILL IN on or off.
18. FADE IN/OUT BUTTON
Turn the FADE IN or OUT on or
off.
19. INTRO 1, 2 BUTTONS
Play the intro.
20. MAIN 1, 2, 3, 4 BUTTONS
Play the main part.
STYLE CONTROL
21. ENDING 1, 2 BUTTONS
Play the ending.
22. SYNC. STOP BUTTON
Turn the SYNC. STOP on or off.
23. SYNC. START BUTTON
Turn the SYNC. START on or off.
24. START/STOP BUTTON
Start or stop playing the style.
SONG
21. RW, FF BUTTONS
Rewind and fast forward the song.
23. PAUSE BUTTON
Pause the song playback.
24. PLAY/STOP BUTTON
Start playing the song or stop
the song playback.
25. MIXER BUTTON
Enter the MIXER interface.
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Panel & Display Description
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VOICE
MODE
PIANO
MODE
GLOBAL
SETTING
USB
DISK
PART ON/OFF
LEFT
RIGHT 1
E.PIANO
ORGAN
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
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DEMO
VOICE
PIANO
ACCORDION & GUITAR &
BASS
HARMONICA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
STRINGS &
ENSEMBLE
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BRASS &
FLUTE &
SAXOPHONE WOODWIND
LEAD &
PAD
FX &
EFFECTS
ETHNIC & PERCUSSIVE &
COMBINED
DRUM
PERFORMANCE MEMORY
BANK
FREEZE
STORE
M1
M3
M2
M4
M5
M6
O.T.S.
TRANSPOSE
OCTAVE
41
42
EXIT
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40
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O.T.S.
33. MULTI PADS
Add spice to your performance
with special dynamic phrases
by pressing them.
26. VOICE MODE BUTTON
Enter the VOICE mode.
27. PIANO MODE BUTTON
Enter the PIANO mode.
28. GLOBAL SETTING BUTTON
Enter the GLOBAL SETTING
interface.
34. EXIT BUTTON
Exit the current interface and
return to the previous display.
40. O.T.S. BUTTON
Switch to the O.T.S. function.
29. USB DISK BUTTON
Enter the USB DISK interface.
35. +, - BUTTONS
Increase and decrease the
value by 1.
30. PART ON/OFF BUTTONS
Turn LEFT, RIGHT1, RIGHT2,
RIGHT3 on and off individually.
36. BANK BUTTON
Enter the PERFORMANCE SELECT
interface.
31. DATA DIAL
Increase and decrease the
value.
37. FREEZE BUTTON
Turn the FREEZE function on or off.
32. VOICE BUTTONS
Enter the VOICE SELECT
interface. You'll select a voice
category.
39. M1-M6 BUTTONS
PERFORMANCE MEMROY:
Recall the panel setups from one of
the performance memorys.
O.T.S (M1-M4):
Call up all the settings (voice, effect,
etc) that match the current style.
38. STORE BUTTON
Save the panel setups to one of the
performance memorys.
41. TRANSPOSE+, TRANSPOSEBUTTONS
Adjust the TRANSPOSE value.
42. OCTAVE+, OCTAVEBUTTONS
Adjust the OCTAVE value.
43. USB PORT
Connect the USB storage device.
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Rear Panel
USB
MIDI
PEDAL
51
IN
OUT
THRU
44
45
AUX.IN
MIC
MIC VOL
46
47
L
AUX. OUT
R
L/MONO
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49
R
50
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44. MIDI IN/OUT/THRU JACKS
Connect other products equipped
with a MIDI interface.
48. AUX IN JACKS
Connect any external audio source,
such as an MP3 or CD player.
45. USB JACK
Connect to a computer.
49. AUX OUT JACKS
Connect to your amp/audion system.
For monaural output, use the L/MONO
jack.
46. MIC JACK
Connect a microphone.
47. MIC VOL KNOB
Adjust the input volume of the
microphone.
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52. PEDALS
The function of pedal can be set.
The default settings are soft,
sostenuto, sustain from left to right.
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Connect the AC power cable to this inlet.
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51. PEDAL JACK
Connect pedals.
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Panel & Display Description
Main Display
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1
2
4
3
A
C
B
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1. Voice
Display voice name and octave data of each part.
(Right1, Right2, Right3, Left)
How to select the voice for each part?
For example:
1. Pressing anywhere in the R1 display area makes the
R1 part selected.
2. Pressing again will call up the Voice Selection display.
Now, you can select the voice for R1.
2. Style&Song
Display the currently selected style name, for example
“8Beat Ballad”. Pressing this name will call up the Style
Selection.
Pressing song tab will display the currently selected song
name, for example “Brahms Waltz”. Pressing this name
will call up the Song Selection display.
4. Chord
Display the chord name and related information.
A. Chord Name
B. Chord Mode
C. Split
5. Shortcut to setup pages
Pressing “Split Point” will call up the Split Setting quickly.
Pressing “Effect” will call up the Effect Setting quickly.
Pressing “Controllers” will call up the Controllers display
quickly.
6. Others
The amount of transposition in semitone units.
Current tempo.
Current playback position.
Current time signature.
3. Performance
Display the currently selected performance name.
Pressing this name will call up the Performance
Selection display.
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Setup
This section contains information about setting up your instrument and preparing to play. Please go through this section carefully
before turning the power on.
Part List
Before you proceeding to assemble the stand, get a Philip's
screwdriver (not supplied).
Make sure you have the following parts, which are supplied into
package.
A
Pedal component
B
Right leg component
C
Left leg component
D
Rear leg component
E
Piano body
F
Slice
G
M12X45mm hexagonal bolt
H
3x15mm screw
I
Copper pole
J
Wrench
E
G
J
C
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Setup
Setup Guide
A. Please reverse the carton to upside down and place it in the
horizontal before you initial assembly the piano. Make sure the
bottom surface of carton is up. Then open the box, take off the
foams which used for protected piano body.
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Setup
B. Put the left leg component(C) on the left of piano body. Find the
sunken hole on the leg component and correspond the hole on the
piano body. Then place a washer into this sunken hole, Use Wrench
(J) to tighten 4 pieces of hexagonal bolt (2 on each side) by
clockwise turn.
Please see below illustrator for you detail reference.
(Make sure the direction of the placement is correct before screwing)
Fix the Right leg component(B) and Rear leg component(D) to Piano
body (E) with Hexagonal bolt(G) according finished assembly in left leg
component.
How to screwing the hexagonal bolt?
Put a Washer into the sunken hole on the leg component.
* Put the hexagonal bolt into the sunken hole, then screwing it
* Use the Wrench snapped the cap of Hexagonal bolt, put together the
leg component and the piano body by clockwise turn the wrench.
Wrench/hexagonal bolt spanner
hexagonal bolt
Slice
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Setup
C. Use screws(H) to tighten the two copper poles (I) onto the back of
Pedal component(A).Make sure the direction of the placement is
correct before screwing.
D. Then reserved the Pedal component with two copper poles(I), and
use the hexagonal bolt(G) to tightly settled it with the piano body
according finished assembly in left leg component, fix the other side
of copper Pole onto the piano body (E). The assembly are finished.
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Setup
E. Reverse the piano after finished assembly.
Please carefully reverse the piano avoid touched floor cause
damaged or broke any leg components or pedal component. Then
moved the carton box and all package goods.
You can enjoy play the piano now.
carefully reverse the piano
avoid damaged or broke
any legs
Caution!
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Connections
Power Supply
1. Connect the AC power cable to AC power inlet on the underside of
the piano body.
2. Plug the AC power cable into an AC outlet.
3. Turn the power ON. The LCD on the panel will light up.
Note:
When the keyboard is not in use or in the time of thunderstorm, please
disconnect the power for safety purpose.
Connecting a pair of Headphones
There are two headphones jacks on the left underneath the piano body.
1. When an optional pair of stereo headphones is connected with the
headphones jack 2, the sound from speakers will switch off
automatically resulting in only the sound from headphone to be
heard.
2. When jack 1 is connected with the stereo headphones, the sound
Headphone Jack 1
can be heard from both headphones and speakers of the piano.
3. Connect two pairs of headphones to jack1 and jack 2, it helps the
Headphone Jack 2
user play with the teacher or friend in a quiet surrounding.
Note:
Do not listen with the headphones at high volume for long periods of
time. Doing so may cause hearing loss.
Connecting an Audio Equipment
AUX.IN
MIC VOL
L
AUX. OUT
R
L/MONO
Connect the rear-panel AUX.OUT jack to amplified speakers, amplifiers
or domestic hi-fi units for external amplification.
For monaural output, use the L/MONO jack.
R
220-240V~ 50/60Hz
F3 T1AL250V
Note:
To avoid damaging the speakers, please ensure that the volume has
been set to the minimum level before connecting the power and other
devices.
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Connecting an MP3/CD Player
AUX.IN
MIC VOL
L
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AUX. OUT
R
L/MONO
R
Connect the audio output of an MP3/CD player or other audio source to
the stereo AUX IN jacks on the rear panel.
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220-240V~ 50/60Hz
F3 T1AL250V
The input signal is mixed with the instrument signal, allowing you to
play along.
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Connections
Connecting a Microphone
You can connect an external microphone to MIC IN jack.
Adjust the input volume of the microphone by using MIC VOLUME
knob.
USB
AUX.IN
MIC
MIC VOL
L
AUX. OUT
L/MONO
R
Note:
Turn the volume switch counter-clockwise to reach the minimum
volume level when connecting or disconnecting a microphone.
Connecting a Computer
You can simply connect the computer with USB cable via the USB
connector.
You can use a commercially available MIDI interface to connect the
piano to the computer via the MIDI connectors.
USB
MIDI
IN
OUT
THRU
MIC
After the driver is installed and initialization is finished, you can choose
USB Audio Device in the device menu of the software to transfer midi
data.
Note:
Do not select USB audio device in both of input and output setting
together, otherwise the sound overlaps.
Connecting External MIDI Devices
You can use standard MIDI cables to connect external MIDI devices.
MIDI IN:
Receive MIDI message from an external MIDI device.
MIDI OUT: Transmits MIDI message generated by the instrument.
MIDI THRU: Simply relays the MIDI message received at MIDI IN.
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
Note:
MIDI OUT
To avoid damages, please be sure to turn off the power switches
before you disconnect the related devices from the piano.
USB
MIDI
IN
OUT
MIDI IN
THRU
MIC
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Basic Operations
Selection Operation
There are some selection interfaces: voice selection, style selection,
song selection, performance selection, etc.
How to select the file in these selection interfaces?
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2
2
4
For example:
1. Location of data
Preset: Location where pre-programmed (preset) data is stored.
User: Location where recorded or edited data is saved.
USB: Location where data on USB storage device is saved.
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2. Category of data
The files are divided into categories according to their types. The
categorization will be selected by pressing this categorization name
on LCD. For example: The voice file (Grand Piano) is in the Piano
categorization. Pressing “Piano” will select the Piano
categorization.
Previous Page
Page Num
3. Flip and File Browsing
If there are too many files in one category, the files will be on
paging show. You can select your desired page by pressing the
cursor button on LCD.
Current Page
4. File Selecting
Next Page
Select the desired file by pressing the file name on the current page.
Using the Soft Keyboard
When you name or rename a file or a folder, you should call up soft
keyboard display.
1. Deleting characters:
Press the delete button.
2. Moving the cursor:
Press the right or left cursor button.
3. Entering capital characters:
Press the CAPS button, the capital characters will be displayed.
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1
4
2
4. Entering space:
Press the space button.
5. Entering numbers or marks:
Press the numbers button, the numbers and marks will be
displayed.
Enter the number or mark by pressing its button.
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Press the OK button to actually enter the new name and return to
the previous display.
Press the CANCEL button to canel operations and return to the
previous display.
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Basic Operations
Setting Operation
There are three types on parameter setting.
1. ON/OFF (as in the picture: On/Off )
Press this “ON/OFF” button to switch the keyboard touch response
ON (orange font display) or OFF (gray font display).
2. LIST (as in the picture: Curve
Normal
)
Press this “Normal” button, all available parameters would be
listed.
You can choose any one of 3 ways below:
1. Press your desired parameter on LCD to select it.
2. Use the DATA DIAL to select your desired parameter.
3. Press the [+] or [-] button to select your desired parameter.
The selected parameter will be highlighted.
3. DATA (as in the picture: Flat velocity
100 )
Press this “100” button to display a pop-up box.
You can choose any one of 3 ways below:
1. Press the “+” or “-” button to adjust the data.
2. Use the DATA DIAL to adjust the data.
3. Press the [+] or [-] button to adjust the data.
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Playing the Demos
The instrument features 9 wonderful demos. Please refer to DEMO
LIST.
Press the [VOICE MODE] and [PIANO MODE] buttons
simultaneously to start playing the demo.
VOICE
MODE
PIANO
MODE
DEMO
Select your desired demo
Press the Demo name on LCD or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the
[-] button to select your desired demo.
Pause the demo
Press the [PAUSE] button to pause the demo playing or continue
playing the demo.
PAUSE
Stop the demo
Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to stop the demo playback.
PLAY/
STOP
Adjust the tempo of the demo playback
Press the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] button to adjust the tempo of the
playback demo.
TEMPO
Exit the demo
Press the [EXIT] button to stop the demo playback and return to the
main display.
EXIT
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Playing Voices
The instrument features exceptionally realistic 672 voices, including piano, guitar, strings, brass and many more. Please refer to
Voice List.
Turn the R1 PART on
PART ON/OFF
Press the PART ON/OFF [RIGHT 1] button to turn the R1 part on.
LEFT
You can play different voices simultaneously or play different voices
with the left and right hands. First, turn on the corresponding part.
RIGHT 1
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
Select a Voice for R1 PART
1.There are 2 methods to select the voice category.
Press one of the VOICE buttons to select a voice category and call
up the Voice Selection display.
PIANO
E.PIANO
BRASS &
FLUTE &
SAXOPHONE WOODWIND
ORGAN
LEAD &
PAD
ACCORDION & GUITAR &
BASS
HARMONICA
FX &
EFFECTS
STRINGS &
ENSEMBLE
ETHNIC & PERCUSSIVE &
COMBINED
DRUM
Press the R1 display area on Main Display to call up the Voice
Selection display. Press one of the voice categories NAME on the
Voice Selection display.
2. Press the cursor button on LCD to select your desired voice page.
3. Press the voice NAME to select the desired voice on the current
page display.
You can also select the user voice, details see Voice.
Play the Voice Demo
Press the “Voice Demo” on the Voice Selection display to start the
demo for the selected voice. Press the “Voice Demo”again to stop it.
Note:
If there isn't voice demo for the selected voice, “Voice Demo” will not
be displayed.
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Play the keyboard and listen to the selected voice.
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Playing with a Style
The instrument features 240 styles in a variety of different musical genres. Try selecting some of the different styles
(Refer to Style List) and play with the auto accompaniment.
Select a style
STYLE
SELECT
1. There are 2 methods to call up the Style Selection display.
Press the [STYLE SELECT] button.
Press STYLE Name on the Main Display.
2. Press one of the style categories NAME on the Style Selection
display to select the style category.
3. Press the cursor button on LCD to select your desired style page.
4. Press the style NAME to select the desired style on the current
page display.
You can also select the user style, details see Style.
Start a style
A.B.C.
1. Press the [A.B.C.] button, the specified left-hand section of the
keyboard becomes the “Auto Accompaniment” section, and chords
played in this section are automatically detected and used as a
basis for fully automatic accompaniment with the selected style.
2. Press the [SYNC START] button to set Auto Accompaniment to
CHORD
DICT.
SYNC
STOP
SYNC
START
standby—letting you simultaneously start the accompaniment as
soon as you start playing.
3. As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the
accompaniment starts.
START/
STOP
4. Press the [START/STOP] button to stop the accompaniment.
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Playing Songs
The instrument features 10 songs.
Select a Song
SONG
SELECT
1. There are 2 methods to call up the Song Selection display.
Press the [SONG SELECT] button.
Press Song Name on the Main Display.
2. Press the song NAME to select the desired song on the current
page display.
You can also select the user song, details see Song.
Playback a Song
1. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to start playback the selected song.
The LED of [PLAY/STOP] will light up.
PLAY/
STOP
PLAY/
STOP
PAUSE
PAUSE
PLAY/
STOP
PLAY/
STOP
2. Press the [PAUSE] button to pause the playing song, Press the
[PAUSE] button again to continue it.
3. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to stop the playing song.
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Record Your Performance to MIDI
1. Press the [METRO] and [RECORD SONG] buttons
simultaneously to call up the Recording Display. A blank song
(“New Song”) is called up for recording. The LED of [RECORD
SONG] is flashing that means it is in the recording standby mode.
METRO.
RECORD
SONG
NEW SONG
2. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button or play the keyboard to start
recording. The LED of [RECORD SONG] will light up.
METRO.
NEW SONG
PLAY/
STOP
3. Press the “STOP” button on the Recording Display or press the
[RECORD SONG] button to stop recording and call up soft
keyboard display. The LED of [RECORD SONG] will be turned off.
METRO.
RECORD
SONG
RECORD
SONG
NEW SONG
4. Enter the new name and press “OK” to save the new user song.
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5. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to playback the recorded user song.
If you want to record R1, R2, R3, L simultaneously or record melody
and accompaniment simultaneously, you may refer to
MIDI RECORDING for details.
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Recording Your Performance as Audio
You can record your performance as CD quality audio file to a USB
device.
1. Please connect your USB storage device drive to the keyboard.
RECORD
AUDIO
RECORD
AUDIO
RECORD
AUDIO
RECORD
AUDIO
2. Press the [RECORD AUDIO] button to start recording your
performance. The LED of [RECORD AUDIO] will light up.
3. Press the [RECORD AUDIO] button again to stop recording your
performance and call up soft keyboard display. The LED of
[RECORD AUDIO] will be turned off.
3. Enter the name and press “OK” to save the audio file you just
recorded.
4. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to play the recorded audio song.
PLAY/
STOP
For details see Audio Recording.
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Using a USB Storage Device
By connecting a USB storage device to your instrument, you can save
data you’ve created to the connected device, as well as read data from
the connected device.
Compatible USB device
Recommended Brand: KINGSTON, SANDISK, SONY, LEXAR,
TRANSCEND
Format: FAT 16/32
Capacity: 1G,2G,4G,8G,16G,32G
USB
DISK
Using the USB device
1. Connect the USB storage device to the USB port.
2. Press the [USB DISK] button to display the folders and files
under the root directory of USB device.
Press the USB tab on each selection display (such as voice, style,
song, performance), enter the relevant folder directly, and save,
rename or delete the user files from USB device.
Note
If you save your files to your USB storage device in file selection
displays (like VOICE Selection or Song Selection), the files would be
saved into folder “PianoUser” in the root directory of your USB storage
device.
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Downloading Data from the Computer
Connect a standard USB cable between the rear-panel of the USB jack
of the instrument and the USB jack on your computer.
USB
MIDI
IN
OUT
THRU
MIC
Power on the instrument first, and then open the GrandSuit software in
your computer. The GrandSuit has been connect successfully with the
instrument as shown.
You can download SMF MIDI files to the keyboard as user songs or
upload the user songs.
You can upload user styles to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
You can upload user voices to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
You can upload memory files to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
Concrete operational methods see software operating instructions!
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Voice
The instrument has a huge selection of various musical instrument voices which you can play. Try out the different voices
referring to the voice list in the appendix.
Playing Various Voices
PART ON/OFF
The instrument 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.
Keyboard Parts
Voices can be assigned independently to each keyboard part: Right 1,
Right 2, Right3, and Left. You can combine these parts by using the
PART ON/OFF buttons to create a rich, ensemble sound.
LEFT
PIANO
E.PIANO
BRASS &
FLUTE &
SAXOPHONE WOODWIND
RIGHT 1
ORGAN
LEAD &
PAD
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
ACCORDION & GUITAR &
BASS
HARMONICA
FX &
EFFECTS
STRINGS &
ENSEMBLE
ETHNIC & PERCUSSIVE &
COMBINED
DRUM
Playing a single Voice (Right 1)
You can play a single voice over the entire keyboard range.
1. Press the PART ON/OFF [RIGHT 1] button to turn the R1 part on.
Use the other PART ON/OFF buttons to turn R2 part, R3 part, L part
off.
Right 1 Part
2. Select a voice for R1.
Press one of the VOICE buttons to call up the Voice selection
display for the R1 part.
If you want to select the user voice, press the “User” to select the
USER display or press the “USB” to select the USB display.
Press the cursor button on LCD to select your desired voice page.
Press the voice NAME to select the desired voice on the current
page display.
3. Play the keyboard and listen to the voice.
Playing Two or Three Voices Simultaneously
(Right 1, 2, 3)
PART ON/OFF
You can simulate a melody duet or trio.
1. Turn on all the keyboard parts you need by using the PART
ON/OFF buttons on the panel.
LEFT
RIGHT 1
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
2. Open the voice selection screen by voice buttons, choose a
keyboard part in the top left corner of the screen to select its voice.
You can select voices for different parts by doing so.
3. Play the keyboard and listen to the performance.
Right 1 Part
Right 2 Part
Right 3 Part
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Voice
Playing Different Voices with the Left and
Right Hands
PART ON/OFF
LEFT
RIGHT 1
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
You can combine these four parts to create a rich, ensemble sound.
1. Make sure one or more right hand parts are turned on.
Right 1 Part
2. Press the PART ON/OFF [LEFT] button to turn it on.
Right 2 Part
Left Part
Right 3 Part
3. Select a voice for LEFT.
Press one of the VOICE buttons to call up the voice selection display
for the Left part.
Press the cursor button on LCD to select your desired voice page.
Press the voice NAME to select the desired voice on the current
page display.
4. Set split point.
The point on the keyboard that separates L and R1/R2/R3 is called
the “split point”. The split point is set to F#3 at the factory setting,
however you can set this to any key you wish.
Pressing “SPLIT POINT” on main display or pressing “Split” on voice
selection display will call up the Split Setting display.
Press Left area and make the left split point selected. Use the DATA
DIAL, the [+] or the [-] button or press the key directly to set your
desired split point.
5. Play the keyboard with your hands.
Split Point
Voice L
Voice R
Setting the touch sensitivity of the keyboard
Pressing “SPLIT POINT” on main display or pressing “Split” on voice
selection display will call up the Touch Sensitivity Setting display.
1. Press this “ON/OFF” button to switch the keyboard touch response
ON (orange font display) or OFF (gray font display).
2. Press this “Normal” button to call up a pop-up box showing the other
velocity curves.
Use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-] button to select the other curve.
Play the keyboard and select your desired curve.
3. Press this “64” button to call up a pop-up box showing the adjustable
range of parameters.
Use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-] button to adjust the data.
If the keyboard touch response is OFF, this parameter will be at
work.
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Voice
Changing Pitch
Pressing the [GLOBAL SETTING] button will call up the Global Setting
display quickly.
Pressing “Keyboard” on the Global Setting display will call up the Tune
Setting display.
GLOBAL
SETTING
Master Tuning
The Master Tuning function sets the overall pitch of the instrument.
1. Press the Master Tune “440.0Hz” button on the Tune Setting display
to call up a pop-up box showing the adjustable range of parameter.
2. Press the “+” or “-“ button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data, you can set the parameter from 415.4Hz
to 466.2Hz.
3. Press the [+] button and the [-] button simultaneously to set the
default value 440.0Hz.
Transpose
This function allows the overall pitch of the instrument to be transposed
up or down by a maximum of one octave in semitone increments.
Method1:
1. Press the Transpose “0” button on the Tune Setting display
to call up a pop-up box showing the adjustable range of
parameter.
2. Press the “+” or “-“ button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or
the [-] button to adjust the data.
Method2:
1. Press the [TRANSPOSE +] button or the [TRANSPOSE-]
button to set the value, the range of parameter is from 12~+12.
2. Press the [TRANSPOSE +] button and the [TRANSPOSE-]
button simultaneously to set the default value 0.
TRANSPOSE
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Voice
Octave
Shifts the pitch of the specified voice or track up or down by octaves.
A setting of “0” produces normal pitch.
You can adjust the range of the pitch change in octaves for each
keyboard part (R1, R2, R3, L).
Method1:
1. Press the R1 “0” button on the Tune Setting display to call
up a pop-up box showing the adjustable range of octave.
2. Press the “+” or “-“ button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or
the [-] button to adjust the data.
OCTAVE
Method2:
1. Select a keyboard part in the main screen by pressing the
corresponding area.
2. Press the [OCTAVE +] button or the [OCTAVE -] button to
set the relative octave, ranging from -1~+1.
3. Press the [OCTAVE +] button and the [OCTAVE -] button
simultaneously to set the default octave 0.
Scale Tune
Scale tune allows each individual note of the octave to be tuned over
range from -50 to +50 cents in 1-cent increments (1 cent = 1/100th of a
semitone). This makes it possible to produce subtle tuning variations,
or tune the instrument to totally different scales (e.g. classic or Arabic
scales).
Turn on Scale Tune
Press the
button on the Scale Tune Setting display to turn on or off
this function.
When Scale Tune is ON, the box and the
button will be changed
from gray to orange.
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Voice
Select Preset Scale Types
1. Press the Recall “Pure Major” on the Scale Tune Setting display to
call up a pop-up box showing the scale types.
2. Press the scale name on pop-up box or use the DATA DIAL, the [+]
or the [-] button to select your desired scale type.
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 a cappella 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.
Meantone
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
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.
Arabic
Use these tunings when playing Arabic music.
Tune the individual note
1. Press the C “0” button on the Scale Tune Setting display to select
the note to be tuned and call up a pop-up box showing the
adjustable range of tune.
2. Press the “+” or “-“ button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
Save to User Scale
1. Press the Save to “…” button on the Scale Tune Setting display to
call up a pop-up box as picture.
2. Press the dot in front of user scale name to select the user scale.
There are 3 user scales: User 1, User 2, User 3.
3. Press “OK” to confirm saving to the selected user scale.
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Voice
Adjusting the Volume of Voices
In the mixer interface, you can adjust the levels and stereo position
(pan) of each voice.
1. Press the [MIXER] button to call up the Mixer display.
MIXER
2. Press “Master” to call up the relevant setting display.
3. Press R1 “120” button in the volume box to call up a pop-up box
showing the adjustable range of volume.
4. Press the “+” or “-“ button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
5. Press R1 “0” button in the pan box to call up a pop-up box showing
the adjustable range of pan.
6. Press the “+” or “-“ button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
If you want to adjust the volume of other parts (R2, R3, L, Style, Song)
or the pan of other parts (R2, R3, L), just press the relevant button and
operate according to the above steps.
Adding Effects to Voices
There are three effects: Arpeggiator, Harmony, Chopper. You can apply
various effects to your voice.
Pressing “EFFECT” on main display or pressing “Effect” on voice
selection display will call up the Effect display.
Select the desired part
Press the “R1” button to call up a pop-up box as shown to the right.
Press the relevant button (R1,R2,R3,L) to select your desired part for
which you want to add effects.
Turn On/Off Effects
Press the “ ” button on Effect display to turn on/off all effects you’ve
set them on. When effects are ON, the box and the
button will be
changed from gray to orange.
Press this “Arpeggiator” button to switch the arpeggiator effect ON or
OFF.
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Press this “Harmony” button to switch the harmony effect ON or OFF.
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Press this “Chopper” button to switch the chopper effect ON or OFF.
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Voice
Arpeggiator
The arpeggiator is a function that automatically generates arpeggios
(playing the notes of the chord individually, with a constant tempo).
You can make settings for the arpeggiator used in the voice. There are
more than 70 internal Arp patterns you can select. You can also select
your original Arp patterns that are made by GrandSuit software on PC
and saved to USB Storage Device.
Press the “Arpeggiator ...” button on the Effect display to call up the
Arpeggiator Setting display.
Arpeggiator parameters:
1. Pattern
Press the Arp pattern name (Ex.17 Pno-rpeggio) to call up the Arp
Pattern Selection display.
Press the Arp Pattern name to select your desired Arp Pattern.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit to the Effect display.
2. Resolution
Specify the timing resolution of the arpeggio. The notes of the
arpeggio will be played ate the interval you specify: 1/16^3,1/16,
1/8^3, 1/8, 1/4^3, 1/4.
Press the “Resolution 1/16” button to call up a pop-up box showing
the timing resolutions of the arpeggio.
Press the resolution button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to select the resolution.
3. Sort
This specifies the order in which the notes you press will be
arpeggiated.
Press the “Sort” button to switch this function ON or OFF.
ON: Notes will be arpeggiated in the order of their pitch, regardless
of the order in which you pressed them.
OFF: Notes will be arpeggiated in the order in which you pressed
them.
4. Replace Mode
Press the “As Played” button to call up a pop-up box showing the
replace modes.
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Example 1:
Preset Arp Pattern: 01 Up Down; Sort:On; Resolution:1/16
C4
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C4
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5. Latch
Press the “LATCH” button to switch this function ON or OFF.
ON: The arpeggio will continue playing after you remove your
hand from the keyboard.
OFF: The arpeggio will stop when you remove your hand from the
keyboard.
6. Key Sound
Press the “KEY SOUND” button to switch this function ON or OFF.
ON: The notes you played will be sounded, in addition to being
sounded as part of the arpeggio.
OFF: Only the arpeggiated notes will be heard.
7. Key Sync
Press the “KEY SYNC” button to switch this function ON or OFF.
ON: The arpeggio pattern will start playing once a note is played
on the keyboard.
OFF: The arpeggio pattern will always play according to the tempo.
8. Octave
Press the “Range 1” button to call up a pop-up box showing the
numbers of octaves in which the arpeggio will be played.
Press the “Type UP” button to call up a pop-up box showing the
arpeggio playing type in the octave ranges.
Example1:
Preset Arp Pattern: 01 Up Down; Sort: On; Resolution: 1/16;
Replace Mode: As played; Key Sound: On; Octave Range: 3
C3
C3
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9. Velocity
Specifies the velocity of the notes in the arpeggio.
Press the Type “Key” button to call up a pop-up box showing the
velocity types.
Key: Each note will sound with the velocity value at which it was
actually played. You can also set the range of the velocity.
“Min”and “Max”. If the velocity value is not in the range of the
specified velocity, the arpeggio pattern will not play.
Value: Each note will sound with the specified velocity values.
Step:Each note will sound with the velocity specified for each step.
10. Fixed Note
With this Fixed Note setting, the arpeggio pattern will always play
the specified pitches regardless of the note numbers received from
the keyboard.
Press the “Configure Fixed Note” button to call up the Fixed Note
Setting display.
Press this “Fixed Note” button to switch the function ON or OFF.
You can also select the different mode to trigger the arpeggio
pattern.
Trigger Note: Play the first specified pitch if you play one key on
the keyboard.
Trigger All: Play all 12 specified pitches if you play one key on the
keyboard.
Specifying the Note: Press this “C4” button to display a pop-up
box.
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Voice
Harmony
Split Point
If you turn the harmony on, it automatically adds harmony parts to the
notes you play with your right hand—immediately giving you a more full
and professional sound.
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 Chord section right-hand range of the keyboard.
Chord section
Press the “Harmony...” button on the Effect display to call up the
Harmony Setting display.
There are nine harmony types: Duet、Trio、Octave 1+5、Country
Duet、Block、4 Close 1、4 Close 2、4 Open. Octave or 1+5 effect is
always added by playing a melody with your right hand. The others
effect is added by playing chords with your left hand and melodies with
your right hand.
Ratio:
20%、40%、80%、100%.
You can adjust the volume level of harmony parts.
Touch Limit: 0-127
You can set the minimum of the response velocity. If you
play a melody with your right hand at a velocity less than
the setting value, the Harmony part will not be added to the
notes.
Chopper
If you turn the chopper on, it automatically adds chopping effect to the
notes you hold down. Since the Chopper effect is added by detecting
pressed keys. If you release the key, it automatically turns the chopper
effect off.
Press the “Chopper...” button on the Effect display to call up the
Chopper Setting display.
There are two play modes: Use Pattern or Real-Time.
Mode 1: Use Pattern
There are 10 user patterns you can select. Press the Pattern
“001” on the Chopper Setting display to call up a pop-up box
showing the the available patterns for selection.
Mode 2: Real Time
There are 2 parameters you can change.
Interval: 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16
Pull-up Time: 5-100
Press the Interval “1/16” on the Chopper Setting display to call up a
pop-up box showing the available interval values for selection.
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Voice
Global Effect
Reverb and Chorus
Reverb: You can create a reverb effect that makes you sound like you
are playing in places like a concert hall, or live in a club.
Chorus: You can add a chorus effect that makes your playing sound as
though multiple parts were being played together at the same
time.
You can select the reverb type and adjust the master reverb level and
the channel reverb level.
You can also select chorus type and adjust the master chorus level and
the channel chorus level.
Turn On/Off Global Effect and Adjust the Parameter
1. Press the “EFFECT” button on main display to call up the Effect
display.
2. Press the “Global Effect” button on the Effect display to turn on
Global Effect. This applies the reverb and chorus effects to the
entire sound of the instrument.
3. Press the “Global Effect...” button on the Effect display to call up the
Global Effect Setting display.
4. Press the Type relevant button (ex. “Hall”) to call up a pop-up box
showing the reverb types.
5. Press the relevant type button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the
[-] button to select the reverb type.
6. Press the Master Level relevant button (ex. “64”) to call up a pop-up
box showing the adjustable range of reverb master level.
7. Press the “+” or “-” button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
8. Press the channel level relevant button (ex. R1 send “40”) to call up
a pop-up box showing the adjustable range of reverb channel level.
9. Press the “+” or “-” button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
If you want to adjust the parameter of chorus, just press the relevant
button and operate according to the above steps.
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EQ
The instrument possesses a four-band digital equalizer function.
Frequency Bands (4 bands)
Low
Low-Mid
High-Mid
High
You can adjust the FREQ (center frequency) of every band and adjust
the gain (amplitude change) in each of the four frequency bands within
a range of -12 to 0 to +12 decibels [dB].
Turn On/Off Global EQ and Adjust the Parameter
1. Press the “EFFECT” button on main display to call up the Effect
display.
2. Press the “Global Effect” button on the Effect display to turn on
Global EQ.
This applies the equalizer effect to the entire sound of the
instrument.
3. Press the “Global Effect...” button on the Effect display to call up the
EQ Setting display.
4. Press the relevant button (ex. Freq. low “400Hz”) to call up a pop-up
box showing the adjustable range of frequency.
5. Press the “+” or “-” button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
6. Press the relevant button (ex. Gain low “6dB”) to call up a pop-up
box showing the adjustable range of gain.
7. Press the “+” or “-” button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
Editing Voice
You can create your own voice by editing some parameters of the
existing voices and save it as a user voice to the USER display for
future recall.
1. Select the desired voice for editing.
2. Press the “EDIT” on the Voice Selection display to call up the Voice
Editing display.
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3. Press the “Common” or “Envelope” on the Voice Editing display to
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call up the relevant editing display.
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4. Press the relevant button to select the item (parameter) to be
edited.
5. Use the DATA DIAL, [+] or [-] button to adjust the data.
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Editable Parameters
Common
Default Volume
MONO/POLY
Portamento Time
Left Octave
Right Octave
Adjusts the volume of the current edited
voice.
Determines whether the edited voice is
played monophonically or polyphonically.
Portamento is a function that creates a
smooth transition in pitch from the first
note played on the keyboard to the next.
Shifts the octave range of the edited voice
up or down in octaves. When the edited
voice is used as the LEFT part, this
parameter is available.
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, this parameter is available.
0-127
0-3
-1,0,1
-1,0,1
Effect
Arpeggiator
Reverb Level
Chorus Level
Including the current arpeggiator setting or
not.
Adjust the reverb level of the edited voice. 0-127
Adjust the chorus level of the edited voice. 0-127
Envelope
Attack
Decay
Release
Determines how quickly the sound reaches its
0-127
maximum level after the key is played. The lower
the value, the quicker the attack.
0-127
Determines how quickly the sound reaches its
sustain level (a slightly lower level than
maximum). The lower the value, the quicker the
decay.
0-127
Determines how quickly the sound decays to
silence after the key is released. The lower the
value, the quicker the decay.
Vibrato
Rate
Depth
Delay
Determines the speed of the vibrato effect.
Determines the intensity of the vibrato effect.
Determines the amount of time that elapses
between the playing of a key and the start of the
Vibrato effect.
0-127
0-127
0-127
Level
Sustain Level
ATTACK
Key on
DECAY
RELEASE
Time
Key off
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RATE
Pitch
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DELAY
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Saving the Edited Voice
Press the “COMPARE” on the editing display to compare the sound of
the edited voice with the original voice.
If you are satisfied with your edited voice, please press the “SAVE” on
the editing display to call up soft keyboard display.
Name the edited voice and press “OK” to save it as a user voice on the
USER Voice selection display.
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User Voice
1. Press“USER” or “USB” tab on Voice Selection display to call up the
relevant display for user voices.
2. Select your desired user voice by pressing the relevant name of
user voice.
3. Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the
current display.
4. Press “SAVE TO USER” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the
new name and press “OK” to save as a new user voice to the
internal memory.
5. Press “SAVE TO USB” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the
new name and press “OK” to save as a new user voice to the USB
device memory.
6. Press “DELETE” to display the pop-up box, press “OK” to delete the
current user voice.
7. Press “RENAME” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the new
name and press “OK” to rename the current user voice.
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If the new name you entered is same as the name of exited user voice,
a pop-up box will appear.
Please press “OK” and rename the file again.
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Style
The instrument has a huge selection of various musical genre styles which you can play. Try out the different styles referring to
the style list in the appendix.
Selecting Various Styles
Press the [STYLE SELECT] button or press STYLE NAME on the Main
Display to call up the Style Selection display.
STYLE
SELECT
Press one of the style categories NAME on the Style Selection display
to select the style category.
Press the cursor button on LCD to select your desired style page.
Press the style NAME to select the desired style on the current page
display.
Note:
If you want to select the user style, press the “User” tab to display the
available user styles or press the "USB" tab to display the user styles
on your USB device.
Playing Only the Rhythm Tracks of a Style
Rhythm is one of the most important parts of a Style. Try to play the
melody along with just the rhythm. You can sound different rhythms for
each Style. Keep in mind, however, that not all Styles contain rhythm
channels. (Piano category)
1. Select your desired style.
2. Press the [A.B.C] button to turn auto accompaniment off.
A.B.C.
A.B.C.
START/
STOP
START/
STOP
START/
STOP
START/
STOP
3. Press the [START/STOP] button to play back the rhythm channels.
4. Press the [START/STOP] button to stop the rhythm.
Note:
You can also start the rhythm simply by playing a key if SYNC START
is enabled.
Playing All Tracks of a Style
The auto accompaniment 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 auto accompaniment, even a solo performer can enjoy
playing with the backing of entire band or orchestra.
Track Name
Percussion
Drum
Bass
Chord 1
Chord 2
Chord 3
Phrase 1
Phrase 2
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1. Select your desired style.
A.B.C.
A.B.C.
2. Press the [A.B.C] button to turn auto accompaniment on.
3. Press the [SYNC START] button to turn SYNC START on.
SYNC
STOP
SYNC
START
SYNC
STOP
SYNC
START
4. Play a chord with your left hand to start the auto accompaniment.
5. Press the [START/STOP] button or press any of the [ENDING]
button to stop the auto accompaniment.
START/
STOP
ENDING 1 ENDING 2
Note:
You can also stop the auto accompaniment simply by releasing the
chord keys if SYNC STOP is enabled.
Default Split Point #F3
Adjusting the Volume Balance
Press the [MIXER] button to call up the Mixer Display.
MIXER
Adjusting the Volume Balance between the style and
the keyboard
1. Press “Master” tab to call up the relevant setting display.
2. Press Style “120” button in the volume box to call up a pop-up box
showing the adjustable range of volume.
3. Press the “+” or “-” button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
4. Adjust the keyboard volume by pressing the relevant button and
operating according to the above steps.
5. Press the [EXIT] button to exit the Mixer Display.
Note:
If you turn on the Chord velocity control, the style volume changes in
response to your playing strength in the chord section of the keyboard.
Details see Global Setting-Style & Song.
Adjusting the Volume Balance for style
1. Press “Style” tab to call up the relevant setting display.
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2. Press Drum “110” button in the volume box to call up a pop-up box
showing the adjustable range of volume.
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3. Press the “+” or “-” button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
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button to adjust the data.
4. Adjust the volume of other tracks by pressing the relevant button
and
operating according to the above steps.
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Muting the tracks of a style
MIXER
1. Press the [MIXER] button to call up the Mixer Display.
2. Press “Style” tab to call up the relevant style setting display.
3. Press the “S” button to set the channel to SOLO (orange font
display). You listen to only one instrument of this track. Press the
“S” button again to cancel SOLO (gray font display).
4. Press the “M” button to mute the channel (orange font display).
You can listen to the playback of the style except this track. Press
the “M” button again to cancel MUTE (gray font display).
5. Press the [EXIT] button to exit the Mixer Display.
Split Point Settings
There are two Split Points that separate the different sections of the
keyboard: the Chord section, the LEFT part section and the RIGHT 1
and 2 sections. The two Split Point settings (below) are specified as
note names.
Split Point (Chord)—separates the Chord section for Style playback
from the section(s) for playing Voices (RIGHT 1, 2,3 and LEFT).
Split Point (Left)—separates the two sections for playing Voices, LEFT
and RIGHT 1- 3.
1. Pressing “SPLIT POINT” on main display or pressing “Split” on
voice selection display will call up the Split Setting display.
Split Point (C+L)
2. Set the Split Point (Chord) and the Split Point (Left) to the same
note
Press “Chord + Left” to turn it on.
Use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-] button or press the key directly
to set your desired split point.
3. Set the Split Point (Chord) and the Split Point (Left) to different
notes.
Press “Chord + Left” to turn it off.
Press Chord Note Name and make the chord split point selected.
Use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-] button or press the key directly
to set your desired chord split point.
Press Left Note Name and make the left split point selected. Use
the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-] button or press the key directly to
set your desired left split point.
Note:
Chord & Left
Split Point (Chord)
Split Point (L)
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Chord
Split Point(Left) cannot be set lower than Split Point(Chord), and Split
Point(Chord) cannot be set higher than Split Point(Left).
Voice R1, R2, R3,
Left
Voice R1, R2, R3,
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Selecting a Chord Fingering Type
Style playback can be controlled by the chords you play in the chord
section of the keyboard. There are two types of fingering.
Holding down [A.B.C] button will call up the Chord Setting display.
Press the Fingering type name to select your desired Chord Fingering
type.
Press “Full Range” to turn it on (orange font display). Detect chords in
the entire key range. Chords are detected in a way similar to Multi
Finger, even if you split the notes between your left and right hands.
Finger
Multi Finger
Automatically detects Single Finger or Multi Finger
chord types.
Only detects Multi Finger chord type.
Chord Basics
Three or more notes played together is defined as a “chord”. The most
basic chord type is the “triad” consisting three notes: the root, third and
fifth degree of the corresponding scale. A “C major triad”, for example,
is made up of the notes C (the root), E (the third note of the C major
scale) and G (the fifth note of the C major scale).
In the C major triad shown, the lowest note is the “root” of the chord
(this is the chord's “root position” using other chord notes for the lowest
note results in “inversion”). The root is the central sound of the chord,
which supports and anchors the other chord notes. The distance
(interval) between adjacent notes of triad in root position is either a
major or minor third.
The lowest interval in our root-position trial (between the root and the
third) determines whether the triad is a major or minor chord, and we
can shift the highest note up or down by a semitone to produce two
additional chords, as shown.
The basic characteristics of the chord sound remain intact even if we
change the order of the notes to create different inversions. Successive
chords in a chord progression can be smoothly connected, for
example, by choosing the appropriate inversions.
Reading Chord Names
Chord names tell you just about everything you need to know about a
chord (other than the inversion/voicing). The chord name tells you what
the root of a chord is, whether it is major, minor or diminished, whether
it requires a major or flatted seventh, what alterations or tension does it
use...all at a glance.
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Single Finger
Single-finger accompaniment makes it simple to produce beautifully
orchestrated accompaniment using major, seventh, minor and minorseventh chord by pressing a minimum number of keys on the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard.
Multi Finger
The Fingered type recognizes the various chord types (Details See the
chord list) and can be looked up using the Chord Dictionary function.
SUS2
Chord Dictionary
If you know the name of a chord but don’t know how to play it, you can
use the Chord Dictionary function.
1. Holding down [A.B.C] button will call up the Chord Setting display.
A.B.C.
CHORD
DICT.
2. Press “Root C” button to select the root note.
3. Press “Type Major” button to select the chord type.
The notes you need to play to make the selected chord are shown in
the display. (Music Score and Keyboard)
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Operations for Style Playback
Style Variations
While you play, you can automatically add specially created intros and
endings, as well as variations in the rhythm/chord patterns, for more
dynamic, professional-sounding performances.
INTRO
This is used for the beginning of the song.
Each preset style features two different intros. When the intro finished
playing, accompaniment shifts to the Main section.
Press one of the INTRO [A]–[B] buttons before starting style playback.
Now the LED of INTRO flashes, the style is ready to play.
Press the [START/STOP] button or play a chord (SYNC START is
enabled) to start playing intro.
INTRO 1
INTRO 2
MAIN 2
MAIN 3
MAIN
This is used for playing the main part of the song. It plays an
accompaniment pattern of several measures, and repeats indefinitely.
Each preset style features four different patterns.
Press one of the MAIN [A]–[D] buttons during style playback, your
desired MAIN section will start playing at the next measure.
MAIN 1
MAIN 4
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 on the [AUTO FILL IN] button, the LED of the [AUTO FILL IN]
button will light up. Simply press one of the MAIN (A, B, C, D) buttons
as you play, and the selected fill-in section plays automatically (the
relevant LED of MAIN flashes). When the fill-in is finished,
accompaniment shifts to the Main section.
AUTO
FILL IN
AUTO
FILL IN
ENDING
This is used for the ending of the song.
Each preset Style features two different endings. When the ending is
finished, the style stops automatically.
Press one of the ENDING [A]–[B] buttons during style playback (the
relevant LED of MAIN flashes). The ending will start playing at the next
measure.
ENDING 1 ENDING 2
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The Function Description of Control Buttons
START/STOP
Start or stop playing back the style. When the style is playing, the LED
of [START/STOP] button flashes according to the current tempo.
START/
STOP
SYNC START
SYNC
STOP
This lets you start playback as soon as you play the keyboard.
SYNC
START
SYNC STOP
This lets you stop the Style anytime you want by simply releasing the
chord notes.
O.T.S LINK
This lets you automatically have One Touch Settings change when you
select a different Main section (A–D).To use the OTS Link function,
press the [OTS LINK] button. The LED of the [OTS LINK] button will
light up.
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PAUSE
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O.T.S.
LINK
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O.T.S.
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FADE IN
The Fade In produces smooth fade-ins when starting the Style.
Press the [FADE IN/OUT] button when Style playback is stopped, the
LED of the [FADE IN/OUT] button will light up. When the Fade In is
finished, the LED of the [FADE IN/OUT] button will light off.
FADE
IN / OUT
FADE
IN / OUT
FADE OUT
The Fade Out produces smooth fade-outs when stopping the Style.
Press the [FADE IN/OUT] button during Style playback, the LED of the
[FADE IN/OUT] button will light up. When the Fade Out is finished, the
style will be stopped automatically and the LED of the [FADE IN/OUT]
button will light off.
Note:
You can set the fade-in and fade-out time, Details see Global SettingUtility.
Adjusting the Tempo
TEMPO
1. Press the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] button to call up the pop-up
tempo setting display.
2. Press the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] button to set the tempo. Pressing
and holding either button lets you continuously increase or
decrease the tempo value when the tempo dialog is popped up.
Press the [TEMPO+] and [TEMPO-] buttons simultaneously to reset
the tempo.
The number in the display indicates how many quarter note beats
there are in one minute. The range is between 30 and 280.
3. Press the [EXIT] button to close the Tempo display.
Note:
When you select another style during style playback, the selected style
will start playing at next measure by current tempo.
If you turn off the Lock Tempo function, it will use the new style's
default tempo when the style changes.
How to turn off the Lock Tempo? Details see Global Setting-Style &
Song.
Using the Metronome
1. Press the [METRO] button to turn the metronome on. The LED of
[METRO] button flashes according to the current tempo.
METRO.
METRO.
2. Press the [METRO] button again to turn the metronome off.
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Adjusting the metronome tempo is same as adjusting the tempo.
The metronome parameters:
VOLUME
Bell ON/OFF
TIME SIGNATURE
Determines the level of the metronome sound.
Conventional metronome sound, with bell or no bell.
Determines the time signature of the metronome sound.
How to set these parameters? Details see
Global Setting-Utility-Metronome.
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One Touch Setting
One Touch Setting is a powerful and convenient function that lets you
instantly recognize virtually all Auto-accompaniment-related panel
settings with the touch of a single button.
M1
M3
M2
M4
M5
M6
O.T.S.
1. Press the [O.T.S.] button to turns on the One Touch Setting for the
current style. The LED of the [O.T.S.] button will light up.
O.T.S.
2. Press one of the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] buttons [M1]-[M4], the
relevant LED will light up, A.B.C and SYNC START are
automatically turned on. Various panel settings (such as voice,
effect, etc.) that match the selected style can be instantly recalled
with just a single button press.
One Touch Setting Parameters:
Part ON/OFF (VOICER1,R2,R3,L)
Voice Selection (VOICER1,R2,R3,L)
Octave (VOICER1,R2,R3,L)
Volume (VOICER1,R2,R3,L)
Reverb Level (VOICER1,R2,R3,L)
Chorus Level (VOICER1,R2,R3,L)
Note:
If the OTS LINK is turned on, various panel settings (such as voice,
effect, etc.) that match the selected Main Section will be instantly
recalled when you select the Main Section. The relevant O.T.S LED will
light up to hint.
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User Style
1. Press“USER” or “USB” tab on Style Selection display to call up the
relevant display for user styles.
2. Select your desired user style by pressing the relevant name of
user style.
3. Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the
current display.
4. Press “SAVE TO USER” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the
new name and press “OK” to save as a new user style to the
internal memory.
5. Press “SAVE TO USB” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the
new name and press “OK” to save as a new user style to the USB
device memory.
6. Press “DELETE” to display the pop-up box, press “OK” to delete
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the current user style.
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7. Press “RENAME” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the new
name and press “OK” to rename the current user style.
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Note:
If the new name you entered is same as the name of exited user
style, a pop-up box will appear.
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Please press “OK” and rename the file again.
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Song
The instrument can play back the following Song types.
Preset Songs
Songs in the Song Selection PRESET display. Try out the different songs
referring to the song list in the appendix.
Your Own Recorded Songs
These are MIDI Songs which you’ve recorded and saved to the USER
display.
These are Audio Songs which you’ve recorded and saved to the USB
display. (USB is available when you connect USB device)
External Songs
SMF (Standard MIDI file)
Standard MIDI Files are generally available as one of two types:
Format 0 or Format 1.
Audio File (MP3/WMA /WAV)
Playing Various Songs
1. Press the [SONG SELECT] button or press SONG display area on
the Main Display to call up the Song Selection display.
SONG
SELECT
2. Press one of the song categories NAME in the screen to select the
song category.
3. Press the cursor button on LCD to select your desired song page.
4. Press the song NAME to select the desired song on the current
page display.
5. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to start playback.
6. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button again to stop playback.
Note:
If you want to select the user song, press the “USB” tab to select the
USER display or press the “USB” tab to select the USB display.
Playing Songs from USB device in sequence
1. Select a song in the desired folder.
2. Turn on the Loop On function in the top right corner of the screen.
3. Select Folder/Group playing mode.
Now, you can play all Songs in a folder continuously.
How to turn on Loop On and select playing mode in Global Setting
menu? Details see Global Setting-Style & Song.
Operations for Song Playback
PLAY/STOP
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Start or stop playing back the song. When the song is playing, the LED
of [PLAY/STOP] button flashes according to the current tempo.
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PAUSE
PAUSE
PLAY/
STOP
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Press this button during song playback to pause the current song.
Press it again and the song will resume from the current position.
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REWIND and FAST FORWARD
Pressing the [REW] or [FF] button automatically calls up a pop-up
window showing the current measure number in the current display.
RW
FF
Press the [REW] or [FF] button to move back or forth.
Pressing and holding either button lets you continuously move back or
forth.
Adjusting the Volume of the Song
Press the [MIXER] button to call up the Mixer Display.
Adjusting the volume balance between the Song and
the keyboard
This lets you adjust the volume balance between Song playback and
the sound you play on the keyboard.
1. Press “Master” tab to call up the relevant setting display.
2. Press Song “110” button in the volume box to call up a pop-up box
showing the adjustable range of volume.
3. Press the “ ” or “ ” button in screen or use the DATA DIAL, the [+]
or the [-] button to adjust the data.
4. Adjust the keyboard volume by pressing the relevant button and
operating according to the above steps.
Adjusting the Volume of each Channel of the MIDI
Song
A MIDI song may contain up to sixteen MIDI channels. You can adjust
the volume of each channel and mute or solo each track.
1. Select a Song.
2. Press the [MIXER] button to call up the Mixer Display.
3. Press “Song” tab to call up the relevant setting display.
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4. Press 1 “100” button in the volume box to call up a pop-up box
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showing the adjustable range of volume.
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5. Press the “ ” or “ ” button or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
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6. Adjust the volume of other tracks by pressing the relevant button
and operating according to the above steps.
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7. Press the “S” button to set the channel to SOLO. You listen to
only one instrument of this track. Press the “S” button again
to cancel SOLO.
8. Press the “M” button to mute the channel.
You can listen to the playback of the song except this track. Press
the “M” button again to cancel MUTE.
9. Press the [EXIT] button to exit the Mixer Display.
Displaying Music Notation (Score)
You can view the music notation of the selected Song.
1. Select a Song.
2. Press the [SCORE] button to display the music notation.
Hint:
Look through the entire score before playing back the Song.
3. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to start playback. The position
indicator moves through the score, indicating the current position.
Operation for Score Display
Left On/Off: Turn on or off the score of left hand.
Right On/Off: Turn on or off the score of right hand.
Page Up: Goes to the previous page of the score.
Page Down: Goes to the next page of the score.
Set Up
Set the detailed parameters of the view type as desired.
1. Press the “Set Up” button to call up the detailed setting display.
2. Press the relevant button to set the view type.
3. Press the “OK” button to apply the setting.
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Song
LEFT CH
RIGHT CH
Determines which MIDI channel in the Song
data is used for the left-hand part.
Note: This setting returns to Auto when a
different song is selected.
Determines which MIDI channel in the Song
data is used for the right-hand part.
Note: This setting returns to Auto when a
different song is selected.
Auto: The MIDI channels in the Song data for the right- and lefthand parts are assigned automatically.
1-16: Assigns the specified MIDI hannel (1–16) to each of the leftand right-hand parts.
Mute: Press the Right Ch“M” button to mute the right channel and
press the Left Ch “M” button to mute the left channel .
Press the “M” button again to cancel MUTE.
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 used in the song.
1/4,1/8,1/16,1/32
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.
Auto: Select the key signature that has been assigned in the song
data.
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Piano Mode
The instrument possesses a piano mode for piano player specially. In this mode, you can select various piano voice and different
ambience for your performance. You can also adjust brightness, pitch, velocity curve, envelope, EQ of the selected piano voice.
You can turn on/off the metronome and adjust the parameter of the metronome in this mode.
Entering the Piano Mode
Press the [PIANO MODE] button to enter the piano mode and call up
the Piano Setting display.
1. Press the piano picture of left column on piano setting display to
select your desired piano voice.
2. Press the ambience picture of right column on piano setting display
to change the ambience of performance.
3. Press the [TRANSPOSE +] button or the [TRANSPOSE -] button to
set the transpose value, the range of parameter is from -12~+12.
Press these two buttons simultaneously to set the default value 0.
4. Press the [OCTAVE +] button or the [OCTAVE -] button to set the
octave value, the range of parameter is from -1~+1. Press these two
buttons simultaneously to set the default value 0.
The Setting of this Mode
Item
Bright & Tune
Touch
Metronome
Envelope
Equalizer
Parameter
Brightness
Tune
Soft
Medium
Hard
Time Signature
Volume
Bell On
Attack
Decay
Sustain
Release
Low
Low-Mid
High-Mid
High
Brightness & Tune
1. Press the “Bright & Tune” icon on piano setting display to call up the
Brightness&Tune Setting display.
2. Press the brightness data icon to call up a pop-up box showing the
adjustable range of brightness.
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3. Press the “+” or “-“ icon or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
4. Press the tune relevant icon (ex. 440.0Hz) to call up a pop-up box
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showing the adjustable range of tune.
5. Press the “+” or “-“ icon or use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the data.
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Piano Mode
Touch
1. Press the “Touch” icon on piano setting display to call up the velocity
curve selection display.
2. Press the relevant icon to select your desired velocity curve.
3. Press the “close” button icon to return to piano setting display.
Metronome
1. Press the “Metronome” icon on piano setting display to call up the
Metronome Setting display.
2. Same operations as Global Setting-Utility-Metronome adjustment.
3. Press the “close” button icon to return to piano setting display.
Envelope
1. Press the “Envelope” icon on piano setting display to call up the
Envelope Setting display.
2. Same operation as Editing Voice-Envelope adjustment.
3. Press the “close” button icon to return to piano setting display.
Equalizer
1. Press the “Equalizer” icon on piano setting display to call up the
Equalizer Setting display.
2. Same operation as Global EQ adjustment.
3. Press the “close” button icon to return to piano setting display.
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Song Recording
You can record your own performances to MIDI and save them to the User tab display.
You can record your own performances as Audios and save them to an external storage device.
MIDI Recording
Two different MIDI recording methods are available:
Quick Recording which lets you record performance conveniently and
quickly, Multi track Recording which lets you record several different
parts to multiple channels.
You can also edit Songs after they’ve been recorded.
RECORD
SONG
METRO.
NEW SONG
Quick Recording
This lets you record your performance conveniently and quickly.
1. Press the [METRO] and [RECORD SONG] buttons
simultaneously to call up the Recording Display.
A blank Song (“New Song”) is called up for recording. The LED of
[RECORD SONG] is flashing that means it is in the recording
standby mode.
2. Make the desired panel setting for your keyboard performance.
Recording the RIGHT2,RIGHT3, and LEFT parts
Pressing the “ch mute” button and selecting the relevant part or
pressing the relevant part button directly to turn on the relevant part
and record them.
Select the voice for each keyboard part. Details see
Voice-Playing Various Voices.
PART ON/OFF
LEFT
RIGHT 1
RIGHT 2
RIGHT 3
Recording Styles
Press the “Rec ACMP” button to switch recording accompaniment
on or off.
Select a style. Details see Style- Selecting Various Styles.
Set the tempo for recording by pressing the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-]
buttons.
Using Performance Memories
Press one of the PERFORMANCE MEMORY [1–6] buttons.
3. Start recording.
Press the [PLAY/STOP] button or Press the [RECORD SONG]
button.
The LED of [RECORD SONG] will light up.
Playing the keyboard.
Recording begins automatically as soon as you play a note on the
keyboard.
Note:
You can turn on the metronome during recording. The metronome
sound will not be recorded.
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PLAY/
STOP
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Song Recording
4. Stop recording
ENDING 1 ENDING 2
Press the “STOP” button on the Record Display or press the
[RECORD SONG] button. The LED of [RECORD SONG] will go
out.
If you are recording style, press the [ENDING] button, when the
Ending is finished, the recording would also stop automatically.
5. Save recording data.
When the soft keyboard is called up, please enter the new name
and press “OK” to save the new user song.
Note:
The recorded song data will be lost without executing the save
operation.
6. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to playback the song you just
recorded.
PLAY/
STOP
Multi Track Recording
A song consists of 16 separate channels. With this method, you can
record data to each channel independently, one by one. Both Keyboard
and Style parts can be recorded.
You can also record over already-recorded parts of an existing User
Song.
METRO.
RECORD
SONG
NEW SONG
1. Press the [RECORD SONG] button to call up the Recording
Display.
If the current song is user song, this user song is called up for new
recording.
If the current song is preset song, a blank song (“New Song”) is
called up for recording.
2. Set the desired channels to record.
Normally, the keyboard parts (R1, R2, R3, L) should be recorded to
channels 1–4, and the styles should be recorded to channels 9–16.
Note:
Press the “Rec ACMP” button to switch accompaniment recording on.
3. Select voices for keyboard parts and select a style.
4. Press the [RECORD SONG] button or press the “RECORD” button
METRO.
RECORD
SONG
on the Recording Display to enter recording standby mode.
NEW SONG
5. Press the [RECORD SONG] button or press the “START” button on
the Recording Display to start recording.
6. Press the [RECORD SONG] button or press the “STOP” button on
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the Recording Display to stop recording.
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7. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to listen to your newly recorded
performance.
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8. To record another channel, repeat steps 2-7.
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Song Recording
Editing the Recorded MIDI Song
Press the “Edit” tab on the Recording Display or press the “Edit” button
on the User Song Selection Display to call up the Song Editing Display.
Press the Volume “100” button to call up a pop-up box showing the
adjustable range of volume values. Use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the
[-] button to adjust the volume.
Press the Pan “0” button to call up a pop-up box showing the
adjustable range of pan values. Use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-]
button to adjust the pan.
Press the “Quantize” button to call up a pop-up box showing the
quantize accuracy. Use the DATA DIAL, the [+] or the [-] button to
adjust the parameter.
Press “OK” to confirm executing quantize.
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Press the “Del” button to delete the relevant channel.
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Press the “PLAY” button to playback the current edited song before
saving.
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Press the “Reset” button to reset all operations.
Press the “Save” button to call up a pop-up box. Press “OK” to confirm
saving.
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Song Recording
Audio Recording
Audio recording will record your performance into a CD quality WAV file
to your USB storage drive.
The following sounds can be recorded.
Keyboard parts (R1, R2, R3, L), MIDI Song parts, Style parts
Input from another audio device, such as a CD player, MP3 player or
other audio inputs via the [AUX IN] jack.
1. Connect your USB storage device to the instrument. Press the
[RECORD AUDIO] button to start recording your performance. The
LED of [RECORD AUDIO] will light up.
RECORD
AUDIO
RECORD
AUDIO
RECORD
AUDIO
RECORD
AUDIO
2. Press the [RECORD AUDIO] button again to stop recording your
performance and call up soft keyboard display. The LED of
[RECORD AUDIO] will go out.
3. Enter the new name and press “OK” to save the new audio song.
The recorded data using this function is saved as:
Stereo WAV data
44.1 kHz sample rate/16 bit resolution
Note:
The recorded audio file size is depending on the capacity of
your USB storage device.
When you are recording a midi song or playing a audio file from
USB device, you can’t start audio recording.
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User Song
1. Press“USER” or “USB” tab on Song Selection display to call up the
relevant display for user songs.
2. Select your desired user song by pressing the relevant name of
user song.
3. Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the
current display.
4. Press “SAVE TO USER” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the
new name and press “OK” to save as a new user song to the
internal memory.
5. Press “SAVE TO USB” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the
new name and press “OK” to save as a new user song to the USB
device memory.
6. Press “DELETE” to display the pop-up box, press “OK” to delete the
current user song.
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name and press “OK” to rename the current user song.
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If the new name you entered is same as the name of exited user song,
a pop-up box will appear.
Please press “OK” and rename the file again.
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Global Setting
Press the [Global Setting] button to call up the Global Setting display.
The relevant LED will light up.
GLOBAL
SETTING
Keyboard
Pressing “Keyboard” on the Global Setting display will call up the
Keyboard Setting display.
You can adjust the master tune, transpose, Octave and switch scale
tune on or off, etc. Details see Voice-Changing Pitch.
Pressing “Chord” tab on the Keyboard Setting display will call up the
Chord Setting display.
Details see Style-Selecting a Chord Fingering Type.
Pressing “Split & Touch” tab on the Keyboard Setting display will call
up the Split and Touch Setting display.
Details about setting the split point see Style-Split Point Settings.
Details about setting touch sensitivity see Voice-Setting the touch
sensitivity of the keyboard.
EXIT
Press the [EXIT] button to exit to Global Setting display.
Style & Song
Pressing “Style & Song” on the Global Setting display will call up the
Style and Song Setting display.
Press Chord Velocity Control “ON” to turn it on (orange font display).
This function let you control the style volume by your playing strength
in the chord section of the keyboard.
Press Lock Tempo “ON” to turn it on (orange font display). This
function let you change style without changing the tempo during style
playback.
Press “LOOP ON” to turn it on (orange font display).
Single
Loop ON
Playback the current song repeatedly until
pressing the [PLAY/STOP] button to stop
playing.
Single
Loop OFF The playback will be stopped once the
current playing song is finished.
Folder/Group Loop ON Playback the songs in one folder from USB
device or in one group from User song in
sequence repeatedly until pressing the
[PLAY/STOP] button to stop playing.
Folder/Group Loop OFF The playback will be stopped once all
songs in the folder of your USB device or
one group of USER song is finished.
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Global Setting
Press Voice Link “ON” to turn it on (orange font display). When this
function is ON, if the song is changed when playing preset songs, the
voice R1 is changed according to the melody of selected song
automatically.
EXIT
Press the [EXIT] button to exit to Global Setting display.
Controllers
Pressing “Controller” on the Global Setting display or pressing
“Controller” on Main Display will call up the Controller Setting display.
This instrument has 4 knobs, 8 Multi pads, 3 pedal that can be
assigned to various functions.
SELECT
Knob
These knobs let you change various aspects of the sound in real time
while you play. Turn a knob to the right to increase the value, and the
left to decrease it.
Press the [SELECT] button to select your desired group, the relevant
LED will light up.
The groups (1-2) only effect to the current part. The group 3 lets you
control a group of user-assignable functions.
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Reverb
Attack
Assign1
Chorus
Release
Assign2
Volume
Cutoff
Assign3
Pan
Resonance
Assign4
Pressing “Knob” tab on the Controller Setting display will call up the
Knob Setting display.
Turning the knob or pressing the “knob” on the Knob Setting display to
select the knob.
These parameters can be assigned to the knob. Press the relevant
parameter button to select it.
The parameters (Volume, Pan, Reverb level, Chorus level, Envelope
Attack, Envelope Release, Cutoff, Resonance) can be applied to the
keyboard part. Press the relevant part button to switch the assigned
function of the part on or off.
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The parameters (EQ LOW, EQ LOW MID, EQ HIGH MID, EQ HIGH,
ARP GAE, ARP VELOCITY, ARP RESO, TEMPO) are applied to the
entire system.
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How about the effect of these parameters? Details see VOICE.
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Global Setting
Multi Pad
The Multi Pads can be used to play percussion and pre-recorded chord
that can be used to add impact and variety to your keyboard
performances.
Press any of the MULTI PADS to play the Multi Pad phrase.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pressing “Pad” tab on the Controller Setting display will call up the Pad
Setting display.
Press the [MULTI PAD] button or press the pad button to select a pad
to be edited.
Assign PLAY DRUM function to the pad
You can assign the pad to PLAY DRUM function.
1. Press the “drum” button to select.
2. Press the “voice” button to call up the Drum Set Selection Display.
3. Press the “Assign” button to start assigning.
4. Play any key and listen until you satisfied with this percussion.
5. Press the “Assign” button again to finish assigning.
Now, Press the pad to play the assigned percussion.
Assign PLAY CHORD function to the pad
You can assign the pad to PLAY CHORD function.
1. Press the “Chord” button to select.
2. Press the “Rec” button to start recording.
3. Play the notes on the keyboard that you want to record.
4. Press the “Rec” button again to stop recording.
Now, Press the pad to play the recorded chord.
Assign other functions to the pad
You can assign the pad to START/STOP function. Press the pad to
start or stop playing the current song or style.
You can assign the pad to TEMPO TAP function. Press the pad four
times to automatically start the song or style at that tapped speed.
You can assign the pad to EFFECT SWITCH function, and press the
relevant button to select the applied keyboard part.
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Pedal
Pressing “Pedal” tab on the Controller Setting display will call up the
Pedal Setting display.
Assign specific functions to the pedal
Press the relevant button to select.
Press this pedal to reduce the volume of the notes
you play.
SOSTENUTO If you play a note or chord on the keyboard and
press the pedal while holding the note(s), the notes
will sustain as long as the pedal is held. However,
all subsequent notes will not sustain.
SUSTAIN
When you press and hold the pedal, all notes
played on the keyboard have a longer sustain.
Releasing the pedal immediately stops (damps)
any sustained notes.
Pitch Bend
UP/DOWN Determine whether the pitch change is
raised or lowered.
RANGE
Determine the range of the pitch
change, in semitones.(0-12)
PORTAMENTO The portamento effect (a smooth slide between
notes) can be produced while the pedal is pressed.
Next Perf
Press this pedal to select the next performance
memory.
Prev. Perf
Press this pedal to select the previous performance
memory.
Press this pedal to apply a vibrato effect.
Modulation
While the song is stopped, you can turn to the
Score PgUp
previous score page.
Score PgDn
While the song is stopped, you can turn to the next
score page.
Start/Stop
Same as the [START/STOP] button. Press this
pedal to start or stop Style/Song playback.
Fade In/Out
Same as the [FADE IN/OUT] button.
Tap Tempo
Press the pedal four times to automatically start the
song or style at that tapped speed.
SOFT
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Global Setting
Effect
Pressing “Effect” on the Global Setting display will call up the Effect
Setting display.
Details see Voice.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit to Global Setting display.
MIDI I/O
Pressing “MIDI I/O” on the Global Setting display will call up the MIDI
Setting display.
MIDI IN
Press the relevant button to select the midi data that receive from the
MIDI port or the USB port.
Press the channel button to select the channel that receives the midi
data.
MIDI OUT
Press the relevant button to select the midi data that transmit to the
MIDI port or the USB port.
Press the channel button to select the channel that transmits the midi
data.
Press the “Soft Thru” button to switch the Soft Thru function ON or
OFF.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit to Global Setting display.
Utility
Pressing “Utility” on the Global Setting display will call up the Utility
display.
Metronome
Setting the Time Signature
Press the time signature button1 button to display a pop-up box.
Use the DATA DIAL or Press the [+] and [-] buttons to select your
desired parameter.
Press the time signature button2 button to display a pop-up box.
Use the DATA DIAL or Press the [+] and [-] buttons to select your
desired parameter.
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Press this “BELL ON” button to add the bell sound to the metronome
sound or not.
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Adjusting the volume
Press the volume button to display a pop-up box.
Use the DATA DIAL or Press the [+] and [-] buttons to adjust the
volume of the metronome.
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Fade In/Out
FADE IN TIME
Determines the time it takes for the volume
to fade in.
Determines the time it takes for the volume
FADE OUT TIME
to fade out.
Determines the time the volume is held at 0
FADE OUT HOLD TIME
following the fade out.
Press the relevant time button to display a pop-up box.
Use the DATA DIAL or Press the [+] and [-] buttons to select your
desired time.
System Reset
Reset Performance Restores the all performance memory setting to
the original factory settings.
Delete all user voices.
Clean User Voice
Delete all user styles.
Clean User Style
Clean User Song
Delete all user songs.
Restores the all data to the original factory
To Factory Reset
settings. (user voice, user style, user song,
user performance, utility setting, etc.)
Press the relevant button to execute the operation.
Press the “config2” tab to call up the relevant setting display.
Setting the Date and Time
Press the relevant button to display a pop-up box.
Use the DATA DIAL or Press the [+] and [-] buttons to select your
desired parameter.
Auto Power Off
Press the relevant button to display a pop-up box.
Use the DATA DIAL or Press the [+] and [-] buttons to select your
desired time.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit to Global Setting display.
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Performance Memory
The Performance Memory feature can make your performance more easily and efficiently. It allows you to save panel settings to
a Performance Memory button, and then instantly recall your custom panel settings by pressing a single button (M1-M6). The
saved settings for six Memory buttons should be saved as a single Bank (Performance file).
Selecting a Performance Bank
BANK
Press the [BANK] button or press PERFORMANCE display area on
the Main Display to call up the Performance Selection display.
Press the cursor button on LCD to select your desired performance
page.
Press the performance NAME to select the desired performance on
the current page display.
Note:
If you want to select the user performance, press the “User” to select
the USER display or press the “USB” to select the USB display.
You can edit the preset performance memory and save to user, or
create new user performance by the GrandSuite software.
Recalling a Performance Memory Settings
Press one of the Performance Memory buttons ([M1]-[M6]).
In this example, the panel settings stored in the memory 3 of
performance bank 1 are recalled.
The parameters about the panel settings:
Voice
R1/R2/R3/Left Part ON/OFF
R1/R2/R3/Left voice selection
R1/R2/R3/Left settings (Volume/Pan/Reverb
Level/Chorus Level)
Pitch (Transpose/Master Tune /Octave Scale/Tune)
Left Split & touch
Style selection
Style
Variations
Mixer settings about style
Chord Split
The settings about chord
Control button status(SYNC, O.T.S LINK, AUTO FILL,
A.B.C)
Tempo and the relevant settings
Song selection
Song
Play mode
Mixer settings about song
Reverb & Chorus
Effect
EQ
Effect (Arpeggiator, Harmony, Chopper)
Knob Settings
Controller
Multi Pad Settings
Pedal Settings
Fade and Fade time settings
Others
Metronome settings
You can use a pedal to select the Performance Memory numbers in
order. The pedal is assigned as Next Perf. or Prev. Perf. function.
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
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Performance Memory
Freezing the Specific Item
FREEZE
The freezing function lets you maintain the settings of certain items
and leave them unchanged, even when selecting other Performance
Memory buttons.
Press the [FREEZE ] button to turn the FREEZE function on or off.
FREEZE
How to select the frozen item?
1. Press the [BANK] button or press PERFORMANCE display area on
the Main Display to call up the Performance Selection display.
2. Press the [FREEZE] button on the Performance Selection
display to call up a pop-up box.
3. Press the relevant button to select the frozen items. The parameters
about the frozen item see the above parameter form.
4. Press the “OK” button to confirm it.
Note:
The Settings about the FREEZE function are automatically saved to
the instrument when you exit from this display. However, if you turn the
power off, the settings will be lost.
Registering the Performance Memory Settings
1. Set up the panel controls (such as Voice, Style, effect, and so on)
STORE
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
as desired.
2. Press and hold the [STORE] button, then press one of the
Performance Memory buttons ([M1]-[M6]). All panel setup will be
registered to the selected Performance Memory.
Note:
Any panel setup previously registered to the selected Performance
Memory will be erased and replaced by the new settings.
Saving the Preset Performance
1. Press the [BANK] button or press PERFORMANCE display area on
the Main Display to call up the Performance Selection display.
2. Press the [SAVE] button on the Performance Selection
display to call up a pop-up box.
3. Press the relevant button to select saving to user or saving to USB.
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the new name and press “OK” to save as a new user performance
to the internal memory or USB device.
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Performance Memory
Saving, Deleting or Renaming the User Performance
1. Press“USER” or “USB” tab on Performance Selection display to call
up the relevant display for user Performances.
2. Select your desired user performance by pressing the relevant
name of user performance.
3. Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the
current display.
4. Press “SAVE TO USER” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the
new name and press “OK” to save as a new user performance to
the internal memory.
5. Press “SAVE TO USB” to display a pop-up box, you can save a
single performance file(*.prf) or save a packing performance
file(*.tpf) to the USB device memory. Press “OK” button to call up
soft keyboard display, enter the new name and press “OK” to save
it.
6. Press “DELETE” to display the pop-up box, press “OK” to delete the
current user performance.
7. Press “RENAME” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the new
name and press “OK” to rename the current user performance.
Note:
If the new name you entered is same as the name of exited user
performance, a pop-up box will appear.
Please press “OK” and rename the file again.
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USB Device
By connecting a USB storage device to your instrument, you can save
data you’ve created to the connected device, as well as read data from
the connected device.
USB
DISK
Compatible USB device
Recommended Brand: KINGSTON, SANDISK, SONY, LEXAR,
TRANSCEND
Format: FAT 16/32
Capacity: 1G,2G,4G,8G,16G,32G
Using the USB device
1. Connect the USB storage device to the USB port.
2. Press the [USB DISK] button to display the folders and files under
the root directory of USB device.
Press the USB tab on each selection display (such as voice, style,
song, performance), enter the relevant folder directly, and save,
rename or delete the user files from USB device.
Note
If you save your files to your USB storage device in file slection
displays (like VOICE Selection or Song Selection), the files would be
saved into folder "PianoUser" in the root directory of your USB storage
device.
File Operations in the File Selection Display
Caution:
While the instrument is accessing data (like during the Save, Copy and
Delete operations), do not unplug the USB device, and do not turn off
the instrument power. Doing so may corrupt the data on either or both
devices.
Executing a file
Press the “Execute” button to executing the operation for the
selected file.
File Format
Voice
Style
Song (midi file)
Audio file
Performance(*.tpf)
Executing Operation
Select the voice file for the current part
Same as [START/STOP] button
Same as [PLAY/STOP] button
Same as [PLAY/STOP] button
Save to internal user performance memory
Saving a file
Press the “Save to User” button to save the selected file to internal
user memory.
Note:
Storage path depends on the file type.
Press the “Save to Usb” button to save the selected file to external
USB device.
Deleting a file
Press the “Delete” button to call up a pop-up box.
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Press the “OK” button to delete the selected file.
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Renaming a file
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Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the current
display.
Press “RENAME” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the new name
and press “OK” to rename the selected file.
Note:
If the new name you entered is same as the name of exited user voice,
a pop-up box will appear. Please press “OK” and rename the file again.
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USB Device
Viewing the file information
Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the current
display.
Press “File Info” to call up a pop-up box about the file information (EX.
Full name, size, etc.).
Creating a New Folder
Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the current
display.
Press “Folder” to call up soft keyboard display, enter the new folder
name and press “OK” to create it.
If the name you entered is same as the name of exited folder, a pop-up
box will appear.
Formatting the USB Device
It is better to use the USB Storage Device which is formatted by the
instrument.
Note:
The format operation overwrites any previously existing data. Proceed
with caution.
Press the “Menu” button to display the relevant buttons on the current
display.
Press “Format” to call up a pop-up box.
Press the “OK” button to format the connected USB device.
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MIDI
By using the MIDI functions you can expand your musical possibilities. This section explains what MIDI is, and what
it can do, as well as how you can use MIDI on your instrument.
What's MIDI?
MIDI is an acronym that stands for Musical Instrument Digital
Interface, which 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 instrument can
control a MIDI device by transmitting note related data and
various types of controller data. The instrument 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.
MIDI Terminals
USB
MIDI
PEDAL
In order to exchange MIDI data between multiple devices, each
device must be connected by a cable.
IN
THRU
OUT
MIDI IN: Receives MIDI data from a computer.
MIDI OUT: Transmits the instrument information as MIDI data to
another MIDI device.
MIDI THRU PORT: You can use MIDI cable to link the MIDI THRU
port to other MIDI instrument MIDI IN port. The message that the
MIDI IN port receives will be auto sent to the MIDI THRU port, so
that one MIDI instrument can control many MIDI instrument at the
same time.
A USB-MIDI interface
Connect the MIDI OUT of other Device to the MIDI IN jack on the
rear panel, this instrument will as sound module.
Connect the MIDI IN of other Device to the MIDI OUT jack on the
rear panel. this instrument will as Midi Controller.
USB
MIDI
PEDAL
IN
OUT
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
THRU
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
Downloading Data from the Computer
USB
MIDI
PEDAL
IN
OUT
THRU
Connect a standard USB cable between the rear-panel of the USB jack
of the instrument and the USB jack on your computer.
Power on the instrument first, and then open the GrandSuit software in
your computer. The GrandSuit has been connect successfully with the
instrument as shown.
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You can download SMF MIDI files to the keyboard as user songs or
upload the user songs.
You can upload user styles to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
You can upload user voices to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
You can upload memory files to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause and Solution
The speakers produce a “pop” sound whenever
the power is turned ON or OFF.
No sound when the keyboard is played.
This is normal and is no cause for alarm.
When using a mobile phone, noise is produced.
The R1/R2/R3/L voice volume (Mixer) settings could be set to low. Make
sure the voice volumes are set at appropriate levels.
Using a mobile phone in close proximity to the instrument may produce
interference. To prevent this, turn off the mobile phone or use it further
away from the instrument.
The auto accompaniment does not play back even You may be trying to start accompaniment by playing a key in the
Sync is in standby condition and a key is pressed. right-hand range of the keyboard. To start the accompaniment with Sync
Start, make sure to play a key in the left-hand range of the
keyboard.
Certain notes sound at wrong pitch.
Make sure that the Master Tune is set to “440.1hz” and turn off the
Scale Tune.
The Harmony function does not operate.
Harmony cannot be turned on when the Full Keyboard fingering mode is
selected. And Harmony cannot be turned on when a drum kit is selected
for the voice R1.
Specifications
Keyboard
88 keys
Tempo
30-280, Tap Tempo
Display
7" TFT,800 x 480 color touch screen
Performance Memory
10(BANK)*6(M1-M6), FREEZE, STORE
Polyphony
128
Multi Pad
8
Voice
672 (including 256 GM2 instrument voices and 17 drum kits)
Other Control
MASTER VOLUME SLIDER, SELECT, 4 KNOBS, EFFECT
ON/OFF, GLOBAL SETTING, MIXER, VOICE DIRECT
BUTTONS, DATA DIAL, +, -, PART ON/OFF BUTTONS,
EXIT, SUSTAIN, TRANSPOSE+, TRANSPOSE-, OCTAVE+,
OCTAVE-, O.T.S., MODULATION, PITCH BEND
Effect
Reverb, Chorus, Master EQ, Arpeggio, Harmony, Chopper
Style
240
Style Control
STYLE SELECT, START/STOP, SYNC STOP, SYNC START,
INTRO A, INTRO B, MAIN A, MAIN B, MAIN C, MAIN D,
ENDING A, ENDING B, A.B.C., AUTO FILL IN, O.T.S. LINK,
FADE IN/OUT
Song
10 Preset Songs
Song Control
SONG SELECT, PLAY/STOP, PAUSE, RW, FF
SCORE
Display the Music Notation
Record
MIDI Recorder and USB Audio Recorder
USB Device
Save the user data (Ex: User voices, User Song, User
Memory, etc.)
Play the User Song (Format: SMF/WAV/MP3/WMA)
Connectors
MIC IN, AC IN, Headphones, AUX. IN, AUX. OUT, Soft
Pedal, Sustain Pedal, Sostenuto Pedal, USB, MIDI IN, MIDI
OUT, MIDI THRU, USB PORT.
Speaker
40W+40W, 70W+70W, 15W+15W
Dimensions
1476mm(W) x 1200mm(D) x 937.5mm(H)
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Voice List
No. Name
PIANO
Acoustic Grand Piano
1
LCD Name
56
Warm EP 1
Warm EP 1
57
Choir EP 1
Choir EP 1
Grand Piano
58
Wah EP 1
Wah EP 1
2
Acoustic Grand Piano (wide)
Grand Piano/Wide
59
EP & Strings 1
EP&Strings 1
3
Acoustic Grand Piano (dark)
Grand Piano/Dark
60
Tremolo EP 2
Tremolo EP 2
4
Bright Acoustic Piano
Bright Piano
61
Funk EP 2
Funk EP 2
5
Bright Acoustic Piano (wide)
Bright Piano/Wide
62
Modern EP 2
Modern EP 2
6
Electric Grand Piano
Electric Grand
63
Warm EP 2
Warm EP 2
7
Electric Grand Piano (wide)
Elec.Grand/Wide
64
Choir EP 2
Choir EP 2
8
Honky Tonk Piano
Honky Tonk
65
Wah EP 2
Wah EP 2
9
Honky Tonk Piano (wide)
Honky Tonk/Wide
66
EP & Strings 2
EP&Strings 2
10
Harpsichord
Harpsichord
67
Clavi 2
Clavi 2
11
Harpsichord (octave mix)
Harpsichord/Octave
68
Phase Clavi
Phase Clavi
12
Harpsichord (wide)
Harpsichord/Wide
69
Wah Clavi
Wah Clavi
13
Acoustic Grand Piano (stereo)
Stereo Grand Piano
70
E.Clavi
E.Clavi
14
Octave Grand Piano 1
Octave Piano 1
15
Octave Grand Piano 2
Octave Piano 2
Organ
71 Drawbar Organ
16
Piano & Strings 1
Piano&Strings 1
72
Detuned Drawbar Organ
Detuned DrawOrg
17
Piano & Pad 1
Piano&Pad 1
73
Italian 60's Organ
60's Organ
18
Piano & Choir 1
Piano&Choir 1
74
Drawbar Organ 2
Drawbar Organ 2
19
Piano & EP 1
Piano&EP 1
75
Percussive Organ
Percussive Organ
20
Piano & Vibraphone 1
Piano&Vibra 1
76
Detuned Percussive Organ
Detuned PercOrgan
21
Jazz Piano
Jazz Piano 1
77
Percussive Organ 2
Percussive Organ 2
22
Pop Piano
Pop Piano
78
Rock Organ
Rock Organ
23
Rock Piano
Rock Piano
79
Church Organ
Church Organ
24
Club Piano
Club Piano 1
80
Church Organ (octave mix)
ChurchOrg/Octave
25
Piano & Strings 2
Piano&Strings 2
81
Detuned Church Organ
Detune ChurchOrg
26
Piano & Pad 2
Piano&Pad 2
82
Reed Organ
Reed Organ
27
Piano & Choir 2
Piano&Choir 2
83
Soft Stereo Drawbar Organ
Soft St DrawOrg
28
Piano & EP 2
Piano&EP 2
84
Mellow Drawbar Organ
Mellow DrawOrg
29
Piano & Vibraphone 2
Piano&Vibra 2
85
Detuned Drawbar Organ 2
Detuned DrawOrg 2
30
Electric Grand Piano (dark)
Elec.Grand/Dark
86
Bright Drawbar Organ 1
Bright DrawOrg 1
31
Fusion Electric Grand Piano
Fusion Piano
87
Bright Drawbar Organ 2
Bright DrawOrg 2
32
Club Electric Grand Piano
Club Piano 2
88
70's Percussive Organ
70's PercOrgan
33
Wah Electric Grand Piano
Wah Piano
89
Light Click Organ 1
Light Click Org 1
34
Honky Tonk Piano (dark)
Honky Tonk/Dark
90
Light Click Organ 2
Light Click Org 2
35
Honky Tonk Piano (stereo)
Honky Tonk/Stereo
91
Detuned Percussive Organ 2
Detuned PercOrg 2
36
Harpsichord (with key off)
Harpsichord/KeyOff
92
Stereo Rotary Organ
Stereo RotaryOrg
37
Harpsichord 2
Harpsichord 2
93
Rock Organ 2
Rock Organ 2
94
Rotary Organ 1
Rotary Organ 1
Drawbar Organ
E.PIANO
38 Electric Piano 1
E.Piano 1
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Rotary Organ 2
Rotary Organ 2
39
Electric Piano 2
E.Piano 2
96
Slow Rotary Organ
Slow Rotary Organ
40
Detuned Electric Piano 1
Detuned EP 1
97
Church Organ 2
Church Organ 2
41
Electric Piano 1 (velocity mix)
Velocity EP 1
98
Detuned Church Organ 2
Detune ChurchOrg 2
42
60's Electric Piano
60's EP
99
Church Organ 3
Church Organ 3
43
Detuned Electric Piano 2
Detuned EP 2
100 Puff Organ
Puff Organ
44
Electric Piano 2 (velocity mix)
Velocity EP 2
45
EP Legend
EP Legend
Accordion & Harmonica
101 Accordion
Accordion
46
Phase EP 1
Phase EP 1
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Clavi
Clavi
48
Pulse Clavi
Pulse Clavi
49
Fusion Electric Piano
Fusion EP
50
Club Electric Piano
Club EP
51
Jazz Electric Piano
Jazz EP
52
Phase EP 2
Phase EP 2
53
Tremolo EP 1
Tremolo EP 1
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Funk EP 1
Funk EP 1
55
Modern EP 1
Modern EP 1
102 Accordion 2
103 Harmonica
Accordion 2
104 Tango Accordion
105 Accordion 3
Tango Accordion
100
Harmonica
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Accordion 3
106 Chorus Accordion
107 Musette
Chorus Accordion
108 Accord It Solo
109 Sweet Harmonica
Accord It Solo
110 Harmonica 2
111 Wah Harmonica
Harmonica 2
Musette
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Sweet Harmonica
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Wah Harmonica
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112 Tango Accordion 2
Tango Accordion 2
169 Slap Bass 2
170 Synth Bass 1
Slap Bass 2
Guitar & Bass
113 Acoustic Guitar (nylon)
Nylon Guitar
171 Synth Bass 2
172 Acoustic Bass 2
Synth Bass 2
173 Acoustic Bass 3
174 Acoustic Bass Detuned
Acoustic Bass 3
175 Acoustic Bass Filter
176 Jazz Style
Filter AcousBass
177 Acoustic Bass & Mute Guitar
178 Electric Bass (finger) 2
AcoBass&MuteGtr
179 Detuned Finger Bass
180 Dark Finger Bass
Detuned FngrBass
181 Finger Slap Bass 2
182 Resonant Finger Bass
Finger Slap Bass 2
183 Wah Finger Bass
184 Bass & Distorted Electric Guitar
Wah Finger Bass
185 Electric Bass (pick) 2
186 Mute Pick Bass
Pick Bass 2
187 Detuned Pick Bass
188 Fretless Bass 2
Detuned Pick Bass
189 90's Bass
190 Fretless Bass & Sine
90's Bass
191 Fretless Bass Detuned 1
192 Fretless Bass Detuned 2
Detuned Fretless 1
193 Fretless Bass Detuned 3
194 Slap Bass 3
Detuned Fretless 3
195 Slap Bass 4
196 Power Slap Bass
Slap Bass 4
197 Lash Thumb Bass
198 Resonant Slap Bass
Lash Thumb Bass
199 Wah Slap Bass 1
200 Velocity Switch Slap Bass
Wah Slap Bass 1
201 Wah Slap Bass 2
202 Synth Bass (warm)
Wah Slap Bass 2
203 Synth Bass 3 (resonance)
204 Clavi Bass
Resonance SynBass
205 Hammer
206 Synth Bass 4 (attack)
Hammer
Rubber Bass
Synth Bass 1
114 Ukulele
115 Acoustic Guitar (nylon + key off)
Ukulele
116 Acoustic Guitar (nylon 2)
117 Acoustic Guitar (steel)
Nylon Guitar 2
118 12-Strings Guitar
119 Mandolin
12Strings Guitar
120 Steel Guitar with Body Sound
121 Electric Guitar (jazz)
SteelGtr/BodySd
122 Electric Guitar (pedal steel)
123 Electric Guitar (clean)
Pedal Guitar
124 Electric Guitar (detuned clean)
125 Mid Tone Guitar
Detuned CleanGtr
126 Electric Guitar (muted)
127 Electric Guitar (funky cutting)
Muted Guitar
128 Electric Guitar (muted velo-sw)
129 Jazz Man
Velocity MutedGtr
130 Overdriven Guitar
131 Guitar Pinch
OverdrivenGtr
132 Distortion Guitar
133 Distortion Guitar (with feedback)
DistortionGtr 1
134 Distorted Rhythm Guitar
135 Guitar Harmonics
Rhythm DistGtr
136 Guitar Feedback
137 Velocity Nylon Guitar
Feedback Guitar 3
138 Chorus Nylon Guitar
139 Bright Nylon Guitar
Chorus NylonGtr
140 Steel Guitar 2
141 Tremolo Steel Guitar 1
Steel Guitar 2
142 Tremolo Steel Guitar 2
143 Velocity Steel Guitar
Tremolo SteelGtr 2
144 Mandolin 2
145 12-Strings Guitar 2
Mandolin 2
146 Chorus Steel Guitar
147 Nylon & Steel Guitar
Chorus SteelGtr
148 Pedal Steel Guitar
149 Electric Guitar (jazz) 2
Pedal Steel Guitar
150 Mellow Guitar
151 Velocity Jazz Guitar
Mellow Guitar
207 Synth Bass (rubber)
208 Attack Pulse
Velocity JazzGtr
Strings & Ensemble
152 Detuned Jazz Guitar
153 Stereo Clean Guitar
Detuned JazzGtr
209 Violin
210 Violin (slow attack)
Violin
154 Velocity Clean Guitar
155 Stereo Muted Guitar
Velocity CleanGtr
211 Viola
212 Cello
Viola
156 Overdriven Guitar 2
157 Distortion Guitar 2
OverdrivenGtr 2
213 Contrabass
214 Tremolo Strings
Contrabass
158 Distortion Guitar (with feedback) 2
159 5th Distortion
Feedback Guitar 2
215 Pizzicato Strings
216 Orchestral Harp
PizzicatoStr
160 Distortion Guitar Octave
161 Stereo Distorted Guitar
Octave DistGtr
217 Yang Chin
218 Timpani 1
Yang Chin
162 Guitar Harmonics 2
163 Acoustic Bass
Guitar Harmonics 2
219 String Ensembles 1
220 String Ensembles 2
String Ensembles 1
164 Electric Bass (finger)
165 Finger Slap Bass
Finger Bass
221 Strings & Brass
222 60's Strings
Strings&Brass
166 Electric Bass (pick)
167 Fretless Bass
Pick Bass
Synth Strings 1
Fretless Bass
223 Synth Strings 1
224 Synth Strings 2
168 Slap Bass 1
Slap Bass 1
225 Synth Strings 3
Synth Strings 3
NylonGtr/KeyOff
Steel Guitar
Mandolin
Jazz Guitar
Clean Guitar
Mid Tone Guitar
Funk Guitar
Jazz Man
Guitar Pinch
Feedback Guitar
Guitar Harmonics
Velocity NylonGtr
Bright NylonGtr
Tremolo SteelGtr 1
Velocity SteelGtr
12Strings Guitar 2
Nylon&SteelGtr
Jazz Guitar 2
Stereo CleanGtr
Stereo MutedGtr.
DistortionGtr 2
5th Distortion
Stereo DistGtr
Acoustic Bass
Finger Slap Bass
Acoustic Bass 2
Detuned AcousBass
Jazz Style
Finger Bass 2
Dark Finger Bass
Resonant FngrBass
Bass&DistortedGtr
Mute Pick Bass
Fretless Bass 2
Fretless&Sine
Detuned Fretless 2
Slap Bass 3
Power Slap Bass
Resonant SlapBass
Velocity SlapBass
Warm Synth Bass
Clavi Bass
Attack Bass
Attack Pulse
Slow Violin
Cello
Tremolo Strings
100
Orchestral Harp
95
Timpani 1
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String Ensembles 2
60's Strings
Synth Strings 2
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226
Choir Aahs
Choir Aahs
227
Choir Aahs 2
Choir Aahs 2
228
Voice Oohs
Voice Oohs
229
Humming
Humming
230
Anlong Voice
Anlong Voice
287
Trombone
Trombone
231
Synth Voice
Synth Voice
288
Trombone 2
Trombone 2
232
Orchestra Hit
Orchestra Hit
289
Bright Trombone
Bright Trombone
233
The Violin
The Violin
290
Tuba
Tuba
234
Violin 2
Violin 2
291
Muted Trumpet
Muted Trumpet
235
Mono Violin
Mono Violin
292
Muted Trumpet 2
Muted Trumpet 2
236
Octave Violin
Octave Violin
293
French Horn
French Horn
237
Electric Violin
Electric Violin
294
French Horn 2 (warm)
French Horn 2
238
Violin & Viola
Violin&Viola
295
Brass Section
Brass Section
239
Two Violin
Two Violin
296
Brass Section 2 (octave mix)
Brass Section 2
240
Soft Violin
Soft Violin
297
Synth Brass 1
Synth Brass 1
241
Velocity Violin
Velocity Violin
298
Synth Brass 2
Synth Brass 2
242
Viola 2
Viola 2
299
Synth Brass 3
Synth Brass 3
243
Viola 3
Viola 3
300
Synth Brass 4
Synth Brass 4
244
Dark Viola
Dark Viola
301
Trumpet 2
Trumpet 2
245
Cello 2
Cello 2
302
Dark Trumpet Soft 2
DarkTrump Soft 2
246
Cello 3
Cello 3
303
Resonant Trumpet
Resonant Trumpet
247
Cello 4
Cello 4
304
Sweet Trumpet
Sweet Trumpet
248
Celloen 16'
Celloen 16'
305
Wah Trumpet
Wah Trumpet
249
Chamber Music
Chamber Music
306
Dark Trombone
Dark Trombone
250
Contrabass 2
Contrabass 2
307
Dark Trombone 2
Dark Trombone 2
251
Tremolo Strings 2
Tremolo Strings 2
308
Strings & Trombone
Strings&Tromb
252
Slow Tremolo Strings 1
Slow TremoloStr 1
309
Tuba 2
Tuba 2
253
Slow Tremolo Strings 2
Slow TremoloStr 2
310
Tuba 3
Tuba 3
254
Pizzicato Strings 2
PizzicatoStr 2
311
Tuba Solo
Tuba Solo
255
Octave Pizzicato
Octave Pizzicato
312
Soft Tuba
Soft Tuba
256
Orchestral Harp 2
Orchestral Harp 2
313
Muted Trumpet 3
Muted Trumpet 3
257
Yang Chin 2
Yang Chin 2
314
French Horn 3
French Horn 3
258
Africa 1
Africa 1
315
French Horn 4
French Horn 4
259
Africa 2
Africa 2
316
Stereo French Horn
Stereo FrHorn
260
Timpani 2
Timpani 2
317
Fifth Horn Orchestra
Fifth HornOrch
261
Stereo Slow Strings
Stereo SlowStr
318
Brass Section 3
Brass Section 3
262
Slow Strings
Slow Strings
319
Brass Section 4
Brass Section 4
263
Legato Strings
Legato Strings
320
Dark Brass 1
Dark Brass 1
264
Orchestra 1
Orchestra 1
321
Brassband
Brassband
265
Arco Strings
Arco Strings
322
Bright Brass Section
Bright Brass
266
Resonant Strings
Resonant Strings
323
Dark Brass 2
Dark Brass 2
267
The Strings
The Strings
324
Mute Brass Ensemble
Mute BrassEns
268
70's Strings
70's Strings
325
Sforzato Brass
Sforzato Brass
269
Solo Strings
Solo Strings
326
Brass & Strings
Brass&Strings 1
270
Synth Strings 4
Synth Strings 4
327
Analog Synth Brass 1
Analog SynBrass 1
271
Synth Strings 5
Synth Strings 5
328
Analog Synth Brass 2
Analog SynBrass 2
272
Choir Aahs 3
Choir Aahs 3
329
Jump Brass
Jump Brass
273
Choir Aahs 4
Choir Aahs 4
330
Octave Synth Brass
Octave SynBrass
274
Mellow Choir
Mellow Choir
331
Synth Brass & Strings 1
Brass&Strings 2
275
Stereo Choir Aahs
Stereo Choir Aahs
332
Synth Brass & Strings 2
Brass&Strings 3
276
Strings & Choir 1
Strings&Choir 1
333
Echo Brass
Echo Brass
277
Strings & Choir 2
Strings&Choir 2
334
Soprano Sax
Soprano Sax
278
Strings & Voice 1
Strings&Voice 1
335
Alto Sax
Alto Sax
279
Strings & Voice 2
Strings&Voice 2
336
Tenor Sax
Tenor Sax
280
Analog Voice
Analog Voice
337
Baritone Sax
Baritone Sax
281
Bass Hit Plus
Bass Hit Plus
338
Soprano Sax 2
Soprano Sax 2
282
6th Hit
6th Hit
339
Soprano Sax Soft
Soprano Sax Soft
283
Euro Hit
Euro Hit
340
Slow Soprano Sax
Slow Soprano Sax
284
Octave Orchestra Hit
Brass & Saxophone
285 Trumpet
286 Dark Trumpet Soft
Octave OrchHit
Trumpet
DarkTrump Soft
100
95
75
25
5
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341
Sweet Soprano Sax
Sweet Soprano Sax
342
Alto Sax 2
Alto Sax 2
343
Soft Alto Sax
Soft Alto Sax
344
Super Alto Sax
Super Alto Sax
345
Sax Band
Sax Band
346
Tenor Sax 2
Tenor Sax 2
347
Baritone Sax 2
Baritone Sax 2
348
Soft Baritone Sax
Flute & Woodwind
349 Oboe
350 English Horn
397 Pad 2a (sine pad)
398 Pad 3 (polysynth)
Sine pad
399 Pad 4 (choir)
400 Pad 4a (itopia)
Choir Pad
401 Pad 5 (bowed)
402 Pad 6 (metallic)
Bowed Pad
Halo Pad
Soft Baritone Sax
403 Pad 7 (halo)
404 Pad 8 (sweep)
Square
Oboe
405 Square
406 Slow Square Lead
407 Sine Solo
408 Square Lead
Sine Solo
409 Thick Square
410 Corrie
Thick Square
411 Quint
412 2Oscillators Lead
Quint
English Horn
351
Bassoon
Bassoon
352
Clarinet
Clarinet
353
Piccolo
Piccolo
354
Flute
Flute
355
Recorder
Recorder
356
Pan Flute
Pan Flute
357
Blown Bottle
Blown Bottle
358
Shakuhachi
Shakuhachi
359
Whistle
Whistle
360
Ocarina
Ocarina
361
Oboe 2
Oboe 2
362
Sweet Oboe
Sweet Oboe
363
English Horn 2
English Horn 2
364
Analog Horns
Analog Horns
365
Woodwinds
Woodwinds
366
Bassoon 2
Bassoon 2
367
Clarinet 2
Clarinet 2
368
Piccolo 2
Piccolo 2
369
Flute 2
Flute 2
370
Sweet Flute
Sweet Flute
371
Recorder 2
Recorder 2
372
Sweet Pan Flute
Sweet Pan Flute
373
Pan Flute 2
Pan Flute 2
374
Dark Pan Flute
Dark Pan Flute
375
Blown Bottle 2
Blown Bottle 2
376
Shakuhachi 2
Shakuhachi 2
377
Whistle 2
Whistle 2
378
Ocarina 2
Ocarina 2
Lead & Pad
379 Lead 1 (square)
380 Lead 1a (square 2)
Square Lead
Square Lead 2
381
Lead 1b (sine)
Sine Lead
382
Lead 2 (sawtooth)
Sawtooth
383
Lead 2a (sawtooth 2)
Sawtooth 2
384
Lead 2b (saw + pulse)
Sawtooth&Pulse
385
Lead 2c (double sawtooth)
Double Sawtooth
386
Lead 2d (sequenced analog)
Sequenced analog
387
Lead 3 (calliope)
Calliope
388
Lead 4 (chiff)
Chiffer Lead
389
Lead 5 (charang)
Charang Lead
390
Lead 5a (wire lead)
Wire Lead
391
Lead 6 (voice)
Voice Lead
392
Lead 7 (fifths)
Fifths Lead
393
Lead 8 (bass + lead)
Bass&Lead
394
Lead 8a (soft wrl)
Soft wrl
395
Pad 1 (new age)
New age Pad
396
Pad 2 (warm)
Warm Pad
413 Wavy Sawtooth
414 Super Analog
Poly Synth
Itopia Pad
Metallic Pad
Sweep Pad
Slow Square Lead
Square Lead 3
Corrie
2Oscillators Lead
Wavy Sawtooth
Super Analog
415 Big Lead
416 Bauble Lead
Big Lead
417 PWM 4th
418 PWM 4th Soft
PWM 4th
419 Synth Calliope Soft
420 Chiffer Lead 2
SynCalliope Soft
421 Chiffer Lead 3
422 Charang 2
Chiffer Lead 3
423 Wire Lead 2
424 Charang 3
Wire Lead 2
425 Soft Vox
426 5th SawWave 2
Soft Vox
427 Fifth Lead Soft
428 Fifth Lead
Fifth Lead Soft
429 Massiness
430 Delayed Lead 2
Massiness
431 Delayed Lead 3
432 New Age Pad 2
Delayed Lead 3
433 New Age Pad 3
434 Slow Square
New Age Pad 3
435 New Year Pad
436 Warm Pad 2
Bauble Lead
PWM 4th Soft
Chiffer Lead 2
Charang 2
Charang 3
5th SawWave
Fifth Lead 2
Delayed Lead 2
New Age Pad 2
Slow Square
New Year Pad
Warm Pad 2
437 PWM Pad
438 Warmly Pad
PWM Pad
439 Horn Pad
440 Poly Synth 2
Horn Pad
441 Click Pad
442 Analog Pad
Click Pad
443 Poly Pad
444 Poly Synth 3
Poly Pad
445 Space Voice
446 Bowed Pad 2
Space Voice
447 Bowed Pad 3
448 Metallic Pad 2
Bowed Pad 3
449 Pan Pad 1
450 Pan Pad 2
Pan Pad 1
451 Halo Pad 2
452 Halo Pad 3
Halo Pad 2
453 Sweep Pad 2
454 Dipolar Pad
Sweep Pad 2
Warmly Pad
Poly Synth 2
Analog Pad
Poly Synth 3
Bowed Pad 2
Metallic Pad 2
100
95
75
Pan Pad 2
25
Halo Pad 3
5
Dipolar Pad
0
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455
Rising
Rising
456
Congregate
Congregate
512 Train
513 Jetplane
514 Starship
515 Burst Noise
Starship
FX 1 Rain
516 Applause
517 Laughing
Applause
518 Screaming
519 Punch
Screaming
520 Heart Beat
521 Footsteps
Heart Beat
522 Gunshot
523 Machine Gun
Gunshot
524 Lasergun
525 Explosion
Lasergun
FX & Effects
457 FX 1 (rain)
458 FX 2 (soundtrack)
FX 2 SoundTrack
459
Prelude
Prelude
460
FX 3 (crystal)
FX 3 Crystal
461
FX 3a (synth mallet)
Synth Mallet
462
Crystal 2
Crystal 2
463
FX 4 (atmosphere)
FX 4 Atmosphere
464
Warm Air
Warm Air
465
FX 5 (brightness)
FX 5 Brightness
466
Smog
Smog
467
FX 6 (goblins)
FX 6 Goblins
468
Goblin 2
Goblin 2
469
Choir Bell 1
Choir Bell 1
470
Choir Bell 2
Choir Bell 2
471
FX 7 (echoes)
FX 7 Echoes
472
FX 7a (echo bell)
Echo bell
473
FX 7b (echo pan)
Echo pan
474
Echo Drops 2
Echo Drops 2
475
Echo Bell 2
Echo Bell 2
476
FX 8 (sci-fi)
FX 8 Sci-Fi
477
Sci-Fi 2
Sci-Fi 2
478
Guitar Fret Noise
Guitar Fret Noise
479
Guitar Cutting Noise
Gtr Cutting Noise
480
Acoustic Bass String Slap
AcBass String Slap
481
Guitar Fret Noise 2
Gtr Fret Noise 2
482
Guitar Cutting Noise 2
Cutting Noise 2
483
Acoustic Bass String Slap 2
Bass String Slap 2
484
Breath Noise
Breath Noise
485
Flute Key Click
Flute Key Click
486
Breath Noise 2
Breath Noise 2
487
Flute Key Click 2
Flute Key Click 2
488
Seashore
Seashore
489
Rain
Rain
490
Thunder
Thunder
491
Wind
Wind
492
Stream
Stream
493
Bubble
Bubble
494
Seashore 2
Seashore 2
495
Bird Tweet
Bird Tweet
496
Dog
Dog
497
Horse Gallop
Horse Gallop
498
Bird Tweet 2
Bird Tweet 2
499
Sheep
Sheep
500
Telephone Ring
Telephone Ring
501
Telephone Ring 2
Telephone Ring 2
502
Door Creaking
Door Creaking
503
Door
Door
504
Scratch
Scratch
505
Wind Chime
Wind Chime
506
Helicopter
Helicopter
507
Car Engine
Car Engine
508
Car Stop
Car Stop
509
Car Pass
Car Pass
510
Car Crash
Car Crash
511
Siren
Siren
Ethnic & Combined
526 Sitar
Train
Jetplane
Burst Noise
Laughing
Punch
Footsteps
Machine Gun
Explosion
Sitar
527 Sitar 2 (bend)
528 Sitar & Strings 1
Sitar 2/Bend
529 Sitar & Strings 2
530 Banjo
Sitar&Strings 2
531 Banjo 2
532 Shamisen
Banjo 2
533 Shamisen 2
534 Koto
Shamisen 2
Sitar&Strings 1
Banjo
Shamisen
Koto
535 Taisho Koto
536 Koto 2
Koto 2
537 Taisho Koto 2
538 Kalimba
Kalimba
Taisho Koto
Taisho Koto 2
539 Kalimba 2
540 Bag Pipe
Kalimba 2
541 Bag pipe 2
542 Fiddle
Bag pipe 2
543 Fiddle 2
544 Shanai
Fiddle 2
545 Shanai 2
546 Stereo Piano & Glockenspie
Shanai 2
547 Stereo Piano & Calliope
548 Stereo Piano & Sweep
Piano&Callio
549 Honky Tonk Piano & Fifths
550 Honky Tonk Piano & Sweep
Honk&Fifths
551 FM Electric Piano
552 Digital Piano
FM E.Piano
553 E.Piano & Pad
554 E.Piano & Sweep
E.Piano&Pad
555 E.Piano 2 & Pad
556 E.Piano 2 & Sweep
E.Piano 2&Pad
557 E.Piano 2 & Warm
558 Harpsichord & Stereo Strings
Bag Pipe
Fiddle
Shanai
Piano&Glocken
Piano&Sweep
Honk&Sweep
Digital Piano
E.Piano&Sweep
E.Piano 2&Sweep
E.Piano 2&Warm
Harpsichord&StStr
559 Music Box & Stereo Strings
560 Vibraphone & Stereo Strings
MusicBox&StStr
561 Vibraphone Octave
562 Vibraphone & Marimba & Kalimba
Vibraphone Octave
563 Marimba & Kalimba
564 Marimba Delay
Marimba&Kalimba
565 Xylophone Octave
566 Organ & Stereo Strings
Xylophone Octave
567 Stereo Organ & Piano
568 Rock Organ & Strings
StereoOrg&Piano
100
Vibra&StStr
95
75
Vibra&Mar&Kal
Marimba Delay
25
Organ&StStrings
5
RockOrg&Strings
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Voice List
569 Church Organ & Choir
570 Church Organ & Strings
ChurchOrg&Choir
571 Harmonica & Acoustic Guitar
572 Harmonica & Strings
Harmonica&AcGtr
573 Acoustic Guitar & Flute
574 Acoustic Guitar & Clavi
AcGtr&Flute
575 24-Strings Guitar
576 24-Strings Guitar & Strings
24-Strings Guitar
577 Steel Guitar & Warm Pad
578 Stereo Strings & Horn
SteelGtr&WarmPd
ChurchOrg&Str
Harmonica&Str
AcGtr&Clavi
24-StrGtr&Str
Strings&Horn
626 Marimba & Vibraphone
627 Wood Drum
Marimba&Vibra
628 Xylophone
629 Xylophone 2
Xylophone
630 Tubular Bells
631 Church Bell
Wood Drum
Xylophone 2
Tubular Bells
Church Bell
632 Carillon
633 Dulcimer
Carillon
634 Santur
635 Shorty
Santur
636 Tinkle Bell
637 Tinkle Bell 2
Dulcimer
Shorty
579 Orchestra 2
580 Full Strings 1
Orchestra 2
581 Full Strings 2
582 Symphonic
Full Strings 2
583 Stereo Choir & Strings
584 Stereo Choir & Steel Guitar
Choir&Str
585 3Trumpets Loose
586 Trombone & Stereo Strings
3Trumpets Loose
587 3Trombones Loose
588 3Muted Trumpets Loose
3Trombones Loose
589 Club Brass
590 Brass & Woodwinds
Club Brass
591 Woodwinds & Strings
592 Section Woods Small
Wood&Strings
593 Pan Flute & Strings Pad
594 Koto & Shamisen
PanFlute&StrPad
595 Koto & Shamisen & Strings
Koto&Sham&Str
652 Synth Drum
653 Rhythm Box Tom
Synth Drum
Percussive & Drum
596 Celesta
Celesta
654 Electric Drum
655 Electric Drum 2
Electric Drum
656 Reverse Cymbal
657 Reverse Cymbal 2
Reverse Cymbal
658 Standard Set
659 Room Set
Standard Set
660 Power Set
661 Electronic Set
Power Set
662 Analog Set
663 Jazz Set
Analog Set
664 Brush Set
665 Orchestra Set
Brush Set
666 SFX Set
667 Dance Set
SFX Set
668 Funk Set
669 Rock Set
Funk Set
Latin Set
Punk Set
Full Strings 1
Symphonic
Choir&SteelGtr
Trombone&Str
3MuteTrump Loose
Brass&Wood
Woods Small
Koto&Shamisen
597 Celesta 2
598 Birght Celesta
Celesta 2
599 Celesta & Sine
600 Reecho Bell
Celesta&Sine
601 Celesta & Music Box
602 Glockenspiel l
Celes&MusicBox
603 Glockenspiel 2
604 Glockenspiel & Sine
Glockenspiel 2
605 Glockenspiel & Celesta
606 Music Box
Glocken&Celes
607 Music Box 2
608 Music Box 3
Music Box 2
609 Toy Box
610 Music Box & Harp
Toy Box
611 Vibraphone
612 Vibraphone (wide)
Vibraphone
Birght Celesta
Reecho Bell
Glockenspiel l
Glockenspiel&Sine
Music Box
Music Box 3
Music Box&Harp
638 Agogo
639 Agogo 2
Agogo
640 Steel Drums
641 Steel Drums 2
Steel Drums
642 Woodblock
643 Castanets
Woodblock
644 Woodblock 2
645 Castanets 2
Woodblock 2
646 Taiko Drum
647 Taiko Drum 2
648 ConcertBass Drum
649 ConcertBass Drum 2
650 Melodic Tom
651 Melodic Tom 2 (power)
613 Stereo Vibraphone
614 Rigid Vibraphone
Stereo Vibraphone
670 Latin Set
671 Pop Set
Rigid Vibraphone
672 Punk Set
615 Vibraphone 2
616 Vibraphone 2 (wide)
Vibraphone 2
617 Vibraphone & Bell
618 Vibraphone & Harpsichord
619 Vibraphone & Strings 1
620 Vibraphone & Strings 2
Vibraphone/Wide
Tinkle Bell
Tinkle Bell 2
Agogo 2
Steel Drums 2
Castanets
Castanets 2
Taiko Drum
Taiko Drum 2
ConBass Drum
ConBass Drum 2
Melodic Tom
Power Melodic Tom
Rhythm Box Tom
Electric Drum 2
Reverse Cymbal 2
Room Set
Electronic Set
Jazz Set
Orchestra Set
Dance Set
Rock Set
Pop Set
100
Vibraphone/Wide 2
Vibraphone&Bell
95
Vibra&Harpsic
Vibra&Strings 1
75
Vibra&Strings 2
621 Marimba
622 Marimba (wide)
Marimba
623 Marimba 2
624 SinMarimba
Marimba 2
625 Stereo Marimba
Stereo Marimba
Marimba/Wide
SinMarimba
25
5
0
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Style List
No. Name
8BEAT & 16BEAT
8Beat Ballad
1
LCD Name
56
R&B Ballad 1
R&BBld1
111 Techno 2
Techno2
57
Guitar Ballad
GtBallad
112 Progressive
Progress
8BtBld
58
Ballad Rock
BalladRk
113 Rap 1
Rap1
2
8Beat Piano
8BtPiano
59
Piano Pop 1
PianoPop
114 Rap 2
Rap2
3
8Beat 1
8Beat1
60
Soft Ballad
SoftBald
115 Disco
Disco
4
Guitar Pop 1
GtPop1
61
Natural Ballad
NatuBld
116 Soft Disco
SoftDisc
5
8Beat Hip Hop
8BtHiHop
62
Love Ballad
LoveBld
117 Disco Party
DscParty
6
8Beat R&B
8BeatR&B
63
Easy Ballad
EasyBld
118 70's Disco
70'sDisc
7
8Beat Pop
8BtPop
64
Miami Ballad
MiamiBld
119 70's Disco Funk
70'sFunk
8
Pop Funk 1
PopFunk1
65
Slow Ballad
SlowBald
120 Club Dance
ClubDanc
9
Rhythm&Beat 1
Rhy&Bt1
66
Folk Ballad
FolkBld
121 Euro Dance
EuroDanc
10
8Beat Disco 1
8BtDisc1
67
Pop Ballad 1
PopBld1
122 Hip Hop 2
HipHop2
11
8Beat Rock
8BtRock
68
Pop Ballad 2
PopBld2
123 Garage
Garage
12
Guitar Pop 2
GtPop2
69
EP Ballad
EPBallad
13
8Beat 2
8Beat2
70
New R&B Ballad
NewRBBld
Soul & Funk
124 Funk 1
Funk1
14
Sweet Beat
SweetBt
Rock
125 Classic Funk
ClasFunk
15
8Beat Dance
8BtDance
71
Rock
Rock
126 Jay R&B
JayR&B
16
8Beat Disco 2
8BtDisc2
72
New Wave
NewWave
127 Gospel Swing
GopSwing
17
Pop Funk 2
PopFunk2
73
Ska
Ska
128 Gospel
Gospel
18
8Beat 3
8Beat3
74
Pop Rock 2
PopRock2
129 Funk 2
Funk2
19
60's 8Beat
60's8Bt
75
Slow Rock
SlowRock
130 Electric Funk
ElecFunk
20
Rhythm&Beat 2
Rhy&Bt2
76
70's Rock&Roll
70'sRock
131 Groove Funk
GrooveFk
21
16Beat 1
16Beat1
77
Folk Rock
FolkRock
132 Rubber Funk
RubberFk
22
16Beat Funk 1
16BtFuk1
78
Soft Rock
SoftRock
133 Cool Funky
ColFunky
23
16Beat Ballad 1
16BtBld1
79
Old Rock
OldRock
134 Jazz Funk
JazzFunk
24
16Beat R&B
16BtR&B
80
Easy Rock
EasyRock
135 Groove
Groove
25
Pop 16Beat 1
Pop16Bt1
81
New Shuffle
NewShufl
136 Soul
Soul
26
16Beat Funk 2
16BtFuk2
82
Rock Hip Hop
RkHipHop
137 Hip Hop Soul
HipHopSl
27
16Beat Dance
16BtDanc
83
Rock&Roll 1
R'N'R1
138 Hip Hop Beat
HipHopBt
28
Pop 16Beat 2
Pop16Bt2
84
Rock Shuffle
RockShfl
139 R&B
R&B
29
16Beat 2
16Beat2
R'N'R2
140 Soul Beat
SoulBeat
30
Pop 16Beat 3
Pop16Bt3
85 Rock&Roll 2
Ballroom
141 R&B Ballad 2
R&BBld2
31
Pop 16Beat 4
Pop16Bt4
86
Tango 1
Tango1
BritSoul
32
Modern 16Beat
Modrn16B
87
Spain Matador
Matador
142 British Soul Pop
Swing & Jazz
33
16Beat Hot
16BtHot
88
Twist 1
Twist1
143 Latin Jazz 1
LatinJz1
34
16Beat Modern
16BtModr
89
Twist 2
Twist2
144 Big Band
BigBand
35
16Beat Funk 3
16BtFuk3
90
Big Band Fox
BandFox
145 Dixieland 1
Dixland1
36
16Beat 3
16Beat3
91
Tango 2
Tango2
146 Guitar Swing 1
GtSwing1
37
Cool Beat
CoolBeat
92
Slow Fox
SlowFox
147 Broadway Big Band
BwayBand
38
16Beat Ballad 2
16BtBld2
93
Slow Waltz 1
SlowWlz1
148 Swing
Swing
39
16Beat 4
16Beat4
94
Swing Fox
SwingFox
149 Latin Jazz 2
LatinJz2
PopShfl
95
Salsa 1
Salsa1
150 Fusion
Fusion
96
Cha Cha 1
ChaCha1
151 Acid Jazz
AcidJazz
40 Pop Shffle
Pop & Ballad
41
Pop Rock 1
PopRock1
97
Cha Cha 2
ChaCha2
152 Cool Jazz Ballad
CoolJzBd
42
Pop Dance 1
PopDanc1
98
Beguine 1
Beguine1
153 Swing Shuffle
SwingSfl
43
Pop Fusion
PopFusn
99
Beguine 2
Beguine2
154 Big Band Medium
BandMid
44
Analog Night 1
AnalgNt1
100 Rumba 1
Rumba1
155 Dixieland 2
Dixland2
45
6/8 Pop
6/8Pop
101 Samba 1
Samba1
156 Acoustic Jazz
AcoustJz
46
Brit. Pop 1
BritPop1
102 Samba 2
Samba2
157 Guitar Swing 2
GtSwing2
47
Brit. Pop 2
BritPop2
103 Jive
Jive
158 Ragtime
Ragtime
48
Pop Hit
PopHit
FoxTrot
159 Modern Jazz Ballad
MdJzBald
49
Fusion Shuffle
FusShufl
104 Fox Trot
Dance
160 Swing Ballad
SwingBal
50
Analog Night 2
AnalgNt2
105 Techno 1
Techno1
Guitar Pop 3
GtPop3
106 Hip Hop 1
HipHop1
161 Orchestra Swing
Country
OrhSwing
51
52
Pop Beat
PopBeat
107 Dream Dance
DrmDance
Soft Beat
SoftBeat
108 House
House
162 Country Pop 1
163 Bluegrass 1
CntyPop1
53
54
60's Pop
60'sPop
109 Pop Dance 2
PopDanc2
Sting Latin
StigLatn
110 Down Beat
DownBeat
164 Country 8Beat
165 Modern Country
Ct8Beat
55
100
95
75
25
Bluegrs1
5
ModernCt
0
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Style List
166 Country Pop 2
CntyPop2
NewAge
Bluegrs2
Waltz & Traditional
192 Waltz
217 New Age
167 Bluegrass 2
Waltz
218 Tarantella
Tarantel
168 2/4 Country
2/4Cntry
193 Old Waltz
OldWaltz
219 Scottish
Scottish
169 Country Quick Steps
QuickStp
194 English Waltz
EngWaltz
220 Norteno
Norteno
170 Country Folk
CntyFolk
195 German Waltz
GemWaltz
171 Country Shuffle
CnyShufl
196 Italian Mazurka
ItaMazuk
Pianist
221 Pianist 1
Pianist1
197 Mexico Waltz
MexWaltz
222 Pianist 2
Pianist2
Latin & Latin Dance
172 Samba 3
Samba3
198 Vienna Waltz
VinaWtz
223 Pianist 3
Pianist3
173 Bossa Nova
BosaNov
199 Slow Waltz 2
SlwWltz2
224 Jazz 1
Jazz1
174 Latin
Latin
200 Jazz Waltz
JzWaltz
225 Jazz 2
Jazz2
175 New Reggae
NewRegga
201 Polka
Polka
226 Jazz Pub
JazzPub
176 Dance Reggae
DanRegga
202 6/8 March
6/8March
227 Piano Rock
PianoRk
177 Pasodoble
Pasodobl
203 German Polka
GerPolka
228 Pop Bossa
PopBossa
178 Lite Bossa
LteBossa
204 Party Polka
PtyPolka
229 March 1
March1
179 Latin Rock
LatinRck
205 Army March
ArmMarch
230 March 2
March2
180 Beguine 3
Beguine3
206 March
March
231 Piano Beat
PianoBt
181 Slow Bolero
SlBolero
207 US March
USMarch
232 Piano Bar
PianoBar
182 Disco Samba
DscSamba
208 Musette
Musette
233 Blues
Blues
183 Mambo
Mambo
209 French Musette
FMusette
234 Pop Waltz
PopWaltz
184 Meneito
Meneito
Mazurke
235 Slow Waltz
SlwWltz
185 Rumba 2
Rumba2
210 Mazurke
World
236 Ballad 1
Ballad1
186 Rumba 3
Rumba3
211 Enka Ballad
EnkaBald
237 Ballad 2
Ballad2
187 Tikitikita
Tikitkta
212 Laendler
Laendler
238 6/8 Ballad
6/8Ballad
188 Lambada
Lambada
213 Hawaiian
Hawaiian
239 Pop 1
Pop1
189 Pop Cha Cha 1
PChaCha1
214 Sirtake
Sirtake
240 Pop 2
Pop2
190 Pop Cha Cha 2
PChaCha2
215 Dangdut
Dangdut
191 Salsa 2
Salsa2
216 6/8 Flipper
6/8Flipp
Song List
Demo List
NO. Song Name
NO. Demo Name
Short Name
1
Mazurka
1
Ballad
Ballad
2
Tchaikovsky Waltz
2
Funk
Funk
3
Salut d' Amour
3
Modern R&B
ModernR&B
4
French Suites
4
Pop
Pop
5
Neapolitan Song
5
Bossa Nova
BosaNov
6
Minuet
6
Electric
Electric
7
Prelude
7
Fusion
Fusion
8
Barcarole
8
Piano
Piano
9
Sonata K.331
9
Jazz
Jazz
10
Brahms Waltz
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Chord List
Chord Name
Abbreviation
Normal Voicing
Display for Root "C"
Major
M
1+3+5
C
Sixth
6
1+(3)+5+6
C6
Major seventh
M7
1+3+(5)+7
Cm7
Major seventh add sharp eleventh
M7(#11)
1+(2)+3+#4+5+7
CM7(#11)
Add ninth
(9)
1+2+3+5
C(9)
Major seventh ninth
M7(9)
1+2+3+(5)+7
CM7(9)
Sixth ninth
6(9)
1+2+3+(5)+6
C6(9)
Augmented
aug
1+3+#5
Caug
Seventh augmented
7aug
1+3+#5+b7
C7aug
Major seventh augmented
M7aug
1+(3)+#5+7
CM7aug
Minor
m
1+b3+5
Cm
Minor sixth
m6
1+b3+5+6
Cm6
Minor seventh
m7
1+b3+(5)+b7
Cm7
Minor seventh flatted fifth
m7b5
1+b3+b5+b7
Cm7b5
Minor add ninth
m(9)
1+2+b3+5
Cm(9)
Minor seventh ninth
m7(9)
1+2+b3+(5)+b7
Cm7(9)
Minor seventh eleventh
m7(11)
1+(2)+b3+4+5+(b7)
Cm7(11)
Minor major seventh
mM7
1+b3+(5)+7
CmM7
Minor major seventh ninth
mM7(9)
1+2+b3+(5)+7
CmM7(9)
Diminished
dim
1+b3+b5
Cdim
Diminished seventh
dim7
1+b3+b5+6
Cdim7
Seventh
7
1+3+(5)+b7
C7
Seventh suspended fourth
7sus4
1+4+5+b7
C7sus4
Seventh ninth
7(9)
1+2+3+(5)+b7
C7(9)
Seventh add sharp eleventh
7(#11)
1+(2)+3+#4+5+b7
C7(#11)
Seventh add thirteenth
7(13)
1+ 3+(5)+6+b7
C7(13)
Seventh flatted fifth
7b5
1+3+b5+b7
C7b5
Seventh flatted ninth
7(b9)
1+b2+3+(5)+b7
C7(b9)
Seventh add flatted thirteenth
7(b13)
1+3+5+b6+b7
C7(b13)
Seventh sharp ninth
7(#9)
1+#2+3+(5)+b7
C7(#9)
Suspended fourth
sus4
1+4+5
Csus4
One plus two plus five
sus2
1+2+5
C/Csus2
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