Classic Cantabile DP-90 Owner`s manual

Classic Cantabile DP-300 E-Piano
Users manual
00026614/00025070/00025071
Version 01/2012
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 AC adaptor 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 AC power adaptor 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.
Do not let paper, metallic, or other objects into the
instrument. If this happens, unplug the AC adaptor 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
Panel & Display Description
Song
Front Panel..................................................................4
Rear Panel...................................................................4
Display.........................................................................5
Listening to the Songs...............................................22
Song Control..............................................................22
Lesson Mode.............................................................22
Setup
Chord Dictionary
Setup Guide.................................................................6
Power supply...............................................................8
DICT1 Chord Learning Mode....................................24
DICT2 Chord Examining Mode.................................24
Connections
Song Recording
Connecting a pair of Headphones...............................9
Connecting an Audio Equipment.................................9
Connecting a Computer..............................................9
Connecting a MIDI Keyboard......................................9
Starting Recording.....................................................25
Stopping Recording...................................................26
Playing back the User Song......................................26
Deleting the User Song.............................................26
Playing the Demos............................................10
U Disk
Playing Voices
Selecting a Voice.......................................................10
Playing two Voice Simultaneously-DUAL..................10
Playing Different Voices with Both Hands-LOWER...11
Brightness Control.....................................................11
Touch.........................................................................11
Transpose..................................................................11
Piano.........................................................................12
Editing the User Voice...............................................12
Basic Operations.......................................................27
Playing the MIDI File.................................................27
Loading the Backup Data from U Disk......................28
Saving the Data to U Disk.........................................29
Deleting the file in U Disk..........................................29
Formatting the U Disk...............................................29
Other Functions
Turning the Metronome ON/OFF...............................30
Tuning........................................................................30
Selecting the Beat.....................................................30
Setting the Split Point................................................30
Pedal Assign..............................................................31
Fade Duration............................................................31
Fade Out Duration.....................................................31
MIDI Setting...............................................................31
Auto Accompaniment
Playing Auto Accompaniment (rhythm track).............13
Playing Auto Accompaniment (all tracks)..................13
Accompaniment Sections..........................................14
Playing Different Accompaniment Sections...............14
Tempo........................................................................15
Accompaniment Volume............................................15
Fade In/Out................................................................15
Chord Fingering.........................................................15
One Touch Setting.....................................................17
What's MIDI?.............................................................32
MIDI Terminals...........................................................32
Downloading Data from the Computer......................32
DSP Effect
Troubleshooting.................................................33
MIDI Functions
DSP...........................................................................18
Reverb.......................................................................18
Chorus.......................................................................18
Specifications.....................................................33
Harmony
Appendices
Selecting a Harmony type.........................................19
Applying the Harmony effect.....................................19
Mixer.......................................................................20
Registration Memory
Voice List...................................................................34
Style List....................................................................36
Song List...................................................................37
Demo List..................................................................37
Chord List..................................................................38
MIDI Implementation Chart........................................39
Registering the Panel Settings..................................21
Recalling the Registered Panel Settings...................21
Selecting a Registration Bank...................................21
Freeze.......................................................................21
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Panel & Display Description
Front Panel
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1.POWER ON / OFF
Turn the power on and off.
2.MASTER VOLUME
Adjust the master volume.
3.BRIGHTNESS
Set a brightness level.
4.STYLE DIRECT SELECT
BUTTON
Select a direct style.
5.TRANSPOSE -/+
Adjust the current transpose.
6.ACCOMP -/+
Adjust the volume
accompaniment.
In Song Mode
In Style Mode
9.START/STOP
Start or stop playing the
song.
9.START/STOP
Start or stop playing the
style.
11.PAUSE
Pause the playing song
or start it.
10.SYNC STOP
Turn the Sync Stop on
and off.
12.REPEAT A-B
Set the location of loop
begin and loop end to the
current song.
11.SYNC START
Turn the Sync Start on
and Off.
13.REW
Rewind the song.
14.FF
Fast forward the song.
12.INTRO/ENDING
Play the Intro or Ending.
13.FILL-IN A
A Fill-in A plays.
17.LEFT HAND
Choose the left hand in
Lesson Mode.
18.RIGHT HAND
Choose the right hand in
Lesson Mode.
CHORD DICTIONARY
Hold the button to enter the
Chord Dictionary.
19.LESSON
Enter the Lesson Mode.
20.<FUNTION, FUNTION>
Enter or select the Function
menu.
14.FILL-IN B
A Fill-in B plays.
7.TEMPO -/+
Adjust the current tempo.
15.FADE
Turn the Fade in or Fade
out on.
8.MIXER
Enter the Mixer menu.
16.CHORD MODE
Select the Chord Mode.
Rear Panel
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AUX.OUT
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49.MIDI OUT
Transmit the MIDI data to
the other MIDI device.
50.MIDI IN
Receive the MIDI data
from the other MIDI device.
51.USB JACK
Connect to a computer.
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R
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52.AUX.OUT
Connect the audio equipment.
53.DC 12V
Connect DC 12V power adaptor.
(Optional)
46.SUSTAIN PEDAL
Step on the sustain pedal, all notes
played on the keyboard would have a
longer sustain.
47.SOSTENUTO PEDAL
Step on the sostenuto pedal, the notes
played before you step on would have a
sustain effect.
48.SOFT PEDAL
Step on the soft pedal, all notes played
on the keyboard would have a softer effect.
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Panel & Display Description
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21.STYLE
Enter the Style Mode.
28.+ / YES
Increase the displayed
value by 1.
22.VOICE
Enter the Voice Mode.
29.VOICE DIRECT SELECT
BUTTON
Select a direct voice.
23.SONG
Enter the Song Mode.
24.DATA DIAL
Increase and decrease the
value.
25.PIANO
Enter the Piano Mode.
30.RECORD
Enter the Record Mode.
31. ACCOMP
Select the accompaniment
track to record.
32.MELODY 1~5
Select the melody track to
26.METRONOME
record.
Turn the Metronome on and
off.
33.FREEZE
Lock style parameter.
27.- / NO
Decrease the displayed
value by 1.
34.BANK
Select a bank.
40.SYNTH
Enter the voice edit menu.
35.STORE
Register the panel settings.
41.HARMONY
Turn the harmony effect on
and off.
36.ONE TOUCH SETTING
Enter the One Touch
Setting Mode.
42.DSP
Turn the DSP effect on and
off.
37.DUAL
Turn the Voice R2 on and
off.
43.MENU
Enter the U Disk Mode.
38.TOUCH
Enter the Touch Setting
menu.
44.EXECUTE
Execute the operation in
the USB Mode.
39.LOWER
Turn the Voice L on and off.
45.USB HOST
Insert the U Disk.
Display
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1.TOUCH
9.MELODY 5
17.A.B.C./FULL RANGE/FADE/A/B
2.CHORD DICT.
10.VOICE/STYLE/DEMO/SONG
18.LEFT/RIGHT HAND LESSON MODE
3.SYNTH
11.RECORD
19.DUAL/LOWER/HARMONY/DSP
4.ACCOMP
12.MEASURE
20.U DISK
5.MELODY 1
13.BEAT
21.USB
6.MELODY 2
14.TEMPO
22.BASS CLEF
7.MELODY 3
15.CHORD
23.TREBLE CLEF
8.MELODY 4
16. STORE M1-M4/ONE TOUCH SETTING
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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.
Setup Guide
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.
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1. Piano Cabinet
2. Right Side Board
3. Left Side Board
4. Rear Board
5. Pedal Box
6. Hand Screw (4pcs)
7. Screw 60mm(6pcs)
8. Screw 15mm(4pcs)
9. Pedal Cable
10. Screw Cover(4pcs)
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Setup
A. Fix and well tighten the right side board [2] and right side board [3]
to the pedal box [5] with 4 screws [7].
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B. Fix the rear board [4] to the right side board[2] and left side board[3]
with 6 screws [8].
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C. Place the piano cabinet [1] on the stand, fix it with 4 hand screws[6].
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Setup
D. Insert the pedal cable [9] into the proper socket of the cabinet [1].
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The assembly is complete as the right picture, now you can enjoy this
wonderful piano.
Power supply
1.Please make sure that POWER ON/OFF switch of the instrument is
OFF
set to OFF. Then turn the MASTER VOLUME control to the minimum
volume level.
ON
2.Connect the AC/DC adaptor to the power supply jack.
3.Plug the AC/DC adaptor into an AC outlet. And when turning the
power OFF, simply reverse the procedure please.
4.Turn the power ON.
Note:
When the keyboard is not in use or in the time of thunderstorm, please
disconnect the power for safety purpose.
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AUX.OUT
R
L
Connections
Connecting a pair of Headphones
A standard pair of stereo headphones can be plugged in here for
private practice or late-night playing.
Jack1: When a pair of headphones is plugged into the Jack 1, the
sound can be heard from headphones and speakers of the
instrument.
Jack2: When a pair of headphones is plugged into Jack 2, the internal
stereo speaker system is automatically shut off . The sound
can be heard from headphones.
Headphone Jack 1
Headphone Jack 2
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
The rear-panel AUX.OUT jack delivers the output of the instrument for
connection to a keyboard amplifier, stereo sound system, a mixing
console, or tape recorder. Use an audio cord to plug into the AUX.OUT
jack located on the rear board then plug the other end of the cord into
AUX.IN of the amplifier.
AUX.OUT
R
L
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.
Connecting a Computer
The instrument receives and transmits MIDI messages via the USB
connector or MIDI connectors.
AUX.OUT
L
R
Via the USB Connector
USB Connector
This receives and transmits MIDI messages.
Via the MIDI Connectors
MIDI IN Connector
This receives MIDI messages transmitted from an external MIDI device
or a computer.
MIDI OUT Connector
Your performance data is transmitted from this connector to connected
computer or MIDI device.
AUX.OUT
L
R
Connecting a MIDI Keyboard
If you're using an external MIDI keyboard or pads to control the digital
piano, make connections as shown. Here, it is used as a sound
module.
AUX.OUT
R
L
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Playing the Demos
The instrument features 2 wonderful demos. Please refer to DEMO
LIST.
1.Press the [STYLE] and [VOICE] buttons simultaneously to start
playing the demo.
2.Select a demo song
Jazz
Use the data dial, the [+/YES] button or the [-/NO] button to select a
demo song.
3.Set a volume level with the [MASTER VOLUME] knob.
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4.Press the [STYLE] and [VOICE] buttons simultaneously again or
press the [START/STOP] button to stop playing and exit the demo
mode.
Note:
In the DEMO mode, all buttons except START/STOP, TEMPO+,
TEMPO-, +/YES, -/NO, VOLUME, POWER ON/OFF will be not
available.
Playing Voices
The instrument features 300 exceptionally realistic voices, including piano, guitar, strings, brass and more.
Please refer to Voice List.
Selecting a Voice
1.Press the [VOICE] button
Enter the VOICE mode. LCD shows “VOICE R1” and the voice
number.
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2.Select a voice.
Use the data dial, the [+/YES] button, the [-/NO] button to select the
voice you want to play. You can also use the Voice Direct Button to
select a voice. 2 direct voices for each button (upper & lower key).
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3.Play the voice.
Note:
While changing a voice, pay attention to the rules. If you press the
same button, the voice will be changed between the upper and lower
key. When the upper/lower voice is on, and then you press another
direct button, the corresponding upper/lower voice will be selected.
Playing two Voice Simultaneously-DUAL
1.Press the [DUAL] button
2.Play the voices.
Strings
Two different voices are sounded simultaneously in a layer.The
number of the dual voice will be displayed on the LCD.
3.Selecting a voice for VOICE R2.
When the number of the dual voice is displayed, you can select a
voice for Voice R2. Use the data dial, [+/YES] and [-/NO] button, or
Voice Direct Buttons.
Note:
While the keyboard has spited, only the right hand area can respond
the dual voice, the left hand area can't respond it.
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Playing the Voices
Playing Different Voices with Both Hands-LOWER
1.Press the [LOWER] button.
2.Play the voices
Strings
The notes you play with your right and left hands sound two different
voices. The number of the lower voice will be displayed on the LCD
3.Selecting a voice for VOICE L.
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When the number of the lower voice is displayed, you can select a
voice for Voice L. Use the data dial, the [+/YES] button or the [-/NO]
button.
Split Point
The Point on the keyboard that separates voice L and voice R1/R2 is
called the “split point”. The split point is set to F#3/G3 at the factory
setting. However you can set this to any key you want. Refer to
Setting The Split Point.
Brightness Control
Use the brightness knob to adjust the whole voice effect's brightness.
Touch
The keyboard is equipped with a touch response feature that lets you
dynamically and expressively controls the level of the voice with your
playing strength just as on an acoustic instrument.
1.Press the [TOUCH] button. The LCD shows that the touch value
Touch
ranging from off to level 3.
2.Use the data dial, the [+/YES] button, the [-/NO] button or the
A
[TOUCH] button to change the touch response level.
Default level of touch response is 2.
If the value is set to OFF, that means no touch response to keyboard.
Transpose
Transpose function allows the overall pitch of the instrument to be
transposed up or down by a maximum of one octave in semitone steps.
1.Press the [TRANSPOSE+] or [TRANSPOSE-] button. The LCD
displays the current transpose value. The value range from -12 to 12.
2.Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO], [TRANSPOSE+] or
TransPos
[TRANSPOSE-] button to change the transpose value.
3.Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously or Press the
A
[TRANSPOSE+] and [TRANSPOSE-] button simultaneously will set
the value to default.
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Playing the Voices
Piano
No matter what setting you've made from the panel, you can instantly
call up the piano setting by a single button press.
1.Press [PIANO] button to enter piano or exit piano mode.
2.In the PIANO mode, you can start a style. Press the [START/STOP]
Piano
button to play.
Note:
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The MIXER menu can be entered.
Editing the User Voice
User voice parameter:
Parameter Name
User Voice Number
PcmVoice
VibRate
VibDepth
VibDelay
EnvAttac
EnvRelea
EnvDecay
Range
301 - 310
001 - 288
000 - 127
000 - 127
000 - 127
000 - 127
000 - 127
000 - 127
Default
301
001
64
64
64
64
64
64
1.Press [SYNTH] button to enter the voice editing mode.
UserVoic
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Voc_Edit
Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to select a user voice number
you want.
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2.Press [FUNCTION>] button to enter the next menu.
Press [SYNTH]/ [<FUNCTION] button to return to previous menu.
PcmVoice
3.Select “Voc_Edit” menu and press [FUNCTION>] button to select
voice parameter. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to select
sample voice.
Select “Delete” menu and press [FUNCTION>] button, LCD displays
“Sure?”. Press [+/YES] button to delete the user voice, and then
return to previous menu; press [-/NO] button to cancel the operation,
and then return to previous menu; press [SYNTH] button to return to
previous menu.
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Sure?
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4.Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>]button to select the voice
parameter, the voice parameter will display on the LCD as follows
“PcmVoice”, “Vib Rate”, “VibDepth”, “VibDelay”, “EnvAttac”,
“EnvRelea”, “EnvDecay”.
Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to adjust these parameter
value.
Vib Rate
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5.Press [SYNTH] button and LCD displays “Save?”.
Press [+/YES] button to save the user voice, and then return to
previous menu; Press [-/NO] button to cancel the operation, and then
return to previous menu.
Note:
The voice editing function is invalid in the song playing, demo playing,
recording and U Disk mode.
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Save?
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Auto Accompaniment
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 sill 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. The instrument features 130 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.
Playing Auto Accompaniment (rhythm track)
1.Press the [STYLE] button.
Enter the STYLE mode. LCD shows “STYLE” and the style number.
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2.Select a style
Use the data dial, the [+/YES] button, the [-/NO] button to select the
style you want to play.
Also, you can use the Style Direct Button to select a style. 2 direct
styles for each button (upper & lower key).
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3.Press the [START/STOP] button to start the rhythm tracks of the auto
accompaniment.
Note:
While changing a style, pay attention to the rules. If the same button
has been pressed twice, the style will be swapped from one to another.
When the upper/lower style is on, and you then press another direct
button, the corresponding upper/lower style will be selected.
Playing Auto Accompaniment (all tracks)
1.Press the [STYLE] button.
2.Select a style.
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3.Turn on the CHORD MODE.
Press the [CHORD MODE] 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.
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4.Turn SYNCHRONIZED START on.
Press the [SYNC START] button, now the beat lamp flashes in time
with the tempo. This condition is called synchronized start standby.
As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the auto
accompaniment starts. For example, play a C major chord to start
the auto accompaniment.
5.Turn SYNCHRONIZED STOP on.
Press the [SYNC STOP] button, you can stop and start the style
anytime you want by simply releasing or playing the keys (in the
chord section of the keyboard)
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6.Try playing other chord with your left hand.
7.Press the [START/STOP] button again to stop the accompaniment
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Auto Accompaniment
Accompaniment Sections
There are various types of Auto Accompaniment sections that allow
you to vary the arrangement of the accompaniment to match the song
you are playing.
They are: Intro, Main (A, B), Fill-in (A, B) and Ending. By switching
among them during your performance you can easily produce the
dynamic elements of a professional-sounding arrangement in your
performance.
INTRO Section
This is used for the beginning of the song. When the intro finishes
playing, accompaniment shifts to the main section.
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MAIN Section
This is used for playing the main part of the song. It plays an
accompaniment pattern of several measures, and repeats indefinitely
until another section's button is pressed.
FILL-IN Section
The fill-in section let you add dynamic variations and breaks in the
rhythm of the accompaniment, to make your performance sound even
more professional. When the fill-in is finished, it leads smoothly into the
selected main section (A, B).
ENDING Section
This is used for the ending of the song. When the ending is finished,
the auto accompaniment stops automatically. The length of the ending
differs depending on the selected style.
Playing Different Accompaniment Sections
1.Press the [STYLE] button.
2.Select a style.
3.Turn the CHORD MODE on.
4.Turn SYNCHRONIZED START on.
5.Press the [FILL A] button.
6.Press the [INTRO/ENDING] button.
Now the “A” flashes on LCD, the style is ready to play.
7.As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the auto
accompaniment starts. When the playback of the intro is finished, it
automatically leads into main A section.
8.Press the [FILL B] button.
A fill-in plays, automatically followed by the main B section.
9.Press the [INTRO/ENDING] button.
Now press the [INTRO/ENDING] again will lead it into the ending
section. When the ending is finished, the auto accompaniment
automatically stops.
Note:
Hold down the FILL A/B button when the style is playing, the selected
FILL pattern repeats continuously until button is released.
Press FILL A/B when style stop, it will change to the normal section,
the icon A/B on LCD will be lightened.
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Auto Accompaniment
Tempo
Each style of the instrument has been programmed with a default or
standard tempo; however, this can be changed by using the
[TEMPO+/TEMPO-] buttons.
1.Change the tempo.
Use the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] button to change the tempo. While
the tempo data is flashing, the data dial can also be used to change
the tempo.
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2.To restore the default tempo setting, press the [TEMPO+]/ [TEMPO-]
buttons simultaneously.
Accompaniment Volume
1.Press the [ACCOMP +] or [ACCOMP -] button. The LCD displays the
current ACCOMP VOLUME value. The value ranges from 0 to 127.
Accomp
2.Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO], [ACCOMP +] or [ACCOMP -]
button to change the ACCOMP VOLUME value.
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3.Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously or Press the [ACCOMP +]
and [ACCOMP -] simultaneously will set the value to default.
Accomp
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Fade In/Out
Fade In
The Fade In produces smooth fade-ins when starting the Style. Press
the [FADE] button when Style playback is stopped and press the
[START/STOP] button to start Style playback.
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For details on setting the Fade In time, refer to Fade in Duration.
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Fade Out
The Fade Out produces smooth fade-outs when stopping the Style.
Press the [FADE] button during Style playback.
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For details on setting the Fade Out time, refer to Fade out Duration.
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Chord Fingering
How the chords are played or indicated with your left hand (in the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard) is referred to as “fingering”.
There are 2 types of fingerings as described below. They are chordfinger mode and Full Range mode.
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Auto Accompaniment
Chord Basics
Three or more notes are 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.
The CHORD FINGER mode
The Chord Finger mode lets you finger your own chords on the AUTO
ACCOMPANIMENT section of the keyboard.
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
This is the default accompaniment mode. You can use either type of
single fingering or chord fingering in this mode.
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Auto Accompaniment
The FULL RANGE mode
When the chord detection is in the FULL RANGE mode, the instrument
will automatically create appropriate accompaniment while you play
just about anything using both hands, anywhere on the keyboard.
You do not have to worry about specifying the accompaniment chords.
The name of detected chord will be displayed. In the FULL RANGE
mode, the split point setting for the auto accompaniment will be
ignored.
Press the [CHORD MODE] button twice, the icon “FULL RANGE” will
be lightened in the LCD.
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.
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1.Press the [O.T.S.] button to turns on the One Touch Setting for
current style.
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2.Press one of the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] buttons [M1]-[M4].
Various panel settings (such as voice, effect, etc.) that match the
selected style can be instantly recalled with just a single button
press. Auto accompaniment is automatically turned on during mode.
3.Play the keyboard.
4.Stop the accompaniment.
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DSP Effect
With the built in digital effects, you can add ambiance and depth to your music in a variety of ways such as adding reverb that
makes you sound like you are playing in a concert hall or adding harmony notes for a full, rich sound.
DSP
The effect will be applied. Press the DSP button, you can turn on or
turn off the DSP effect.
Rev Lev
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Reverb
The reverb effect makes your performance sound like you are playing
in a concert hall, or live in a club.
1.Select “REVERB LEVEL”.
Press the [<FUNCTION] or[FUNCTION>] button to select REVERB
LEVEL. The LCD displays the reverb level. The level ranges from 0
to 127.
2.Change the reverb level.
Rev Lev
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Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the reverb
level. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the value to
default.
3.Play the keyboard to hear the change.
Chorus
The chorus effect makes your playing sounds as though multiple parts
were being played together at the same time.
1.Select “CHORUS LEVEL”.
Press the [<FUNCTION] or [FUNCTION>] button to select CHORUS
LEVEL. The LCD displays the chorus level. The level ranges from 0
to 127.
Chr Lev
2.Change the chorus level.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the chorus
level.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the value to default.
3.Play the keyboard to hear the change.
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Harmony
You can add a variety of harmony notes to the keys you played in the right-hand section.
Selecting a Harmony type
1.Select “DUET”.
Press the [<FUNCTION] or [FUNCTION>] button to select Duet. The
LCD displays Duet and it is the default harmony type.
Duet
2.Change the harmony type.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the harmony
type. The type of harmony can be chosen as Duet, 1+5, Octave,
CtryDuet, Trio, Block, 4Close1, 4Chlose2 and 4Open.
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3.Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the harmony type
to default.
Applying the Harmony effect
1.Press the [CHORD MODE] button to turn AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
on.
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2.Press the [HARMONY] button to turn the harmony effect on.
3.Play a chord with your left hand.
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4.Play some notes in the right-hand range of the keyboard.
When a Harmony type is selected, this type automatically add one
or more harmony notes to a single-note melody played in the righthand.
Note:
Harmony can be not turned on when the Full Range fingering mode is
selected.
While “1+5” or “Octave” is selected to a Harmony type, you can use
the Harmony effect without playing the chord.
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Mixer
1.Press the [MIXER] button.
Now you have entered the menu of MIXER. Use the [MIXER] button
to select a part to change its volume.
2.Adjust the volume of a musical part.
To adjust the selected volume setting, please use the data dial, the
[+/YES] or the [-/NO] button.
Rhythm_s
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The option and the parameters are as the follows:
Option
LCD Display
Range
Rhythm_s VOLUME XXX Rhythm_s
0-127
Rhythm_m VOLUME XXX Rhythm_m 0-127
BASS VOLUME
XXX Bass
0-127
Chord 1 VOLUME
XXX Chord1
0-127
Chord 2 VOLUME
XXX Chord2
0-127
Chord 3 VOLUME
XXX Chord3
0-127
Phrase 1 VOLUME
XXX Phrase1
0-127
Phrase 2 VOLUME
XXX Phrase2
0-127
VOICE R1 VOLUME XXX Upper1
0-127
VOICE R2 VOLUME XXX Upper2
0-127
VOICE L VOLUME
XXX Lower
0-127
XXX U_DISK
0-127
U DISK VOLUME
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Registration Memory
The keyboard is an instrument with a variety of controls and functions, the Registration Memory feature can make your
performance more easily and efficiently. It allows you save virtually all panel settings to a Registration Memory setting, and you
can instantly recall custom panel settings by pressing a single button.
Registering the Panel Settings
There are 8 memory banks, each bank has 4 memories (M1-M4).
1.While holding the [STORE] button, press one of the REGISTRATION
MEMORY buttons: [M1] - [M4].
2.Notice that the new settings will replace the previous memory data.
Mem Stor
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Recalling the Registered Panel Settings
Press one of the REGISTRATION MEMORY buttons: [M1] - [M4].
In this example, the panel settings stored in the memory 3 of bank 1
are recalled.
Note:
Registration data cannot be recalled when the One Touch Setting
function is on.
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Selecting a Registration Bank
1.Press the [BANK] button.
There are 8 banks in total and each bank has 4 memories (M1-M4).
Press the [BANK] button, the LCD displays “Mem Bank”.
Mem Bank
2.Select a bank.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to select a bank.
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Freeze
If you want to switch voices or effect settings while keeping the same
accompaniment parameters when you select other Registration
memory, Please use Freeze function.
1. Press the [FREEZE] button to turn the Freeze function on.
2. Press the [FREEZE] button again to turn the Freeze function off.
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Song
The keyboard has a music library of 60 preset songs. Each song can be practiced in LESSON mode.
Listening to the Songs
1.Press the [SONG] button to enter the song mode and it will play all
songs circularly.
2.Select a song.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to select a song.
RedRiver
3.Play current song repeatedly.
Once you start playing a song by pressing [START/STOP] button, it
will play current song repeatedly.
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4.Exit the Song mode
When the song is stopped, press [STYLE], [VOICE], [DUAL] or
[LOWER] will exit the song mode.
Song Control
1.Introductory beat
Before the song starts playing, it has the introductory beat; the
measure starts from negative value. It begins to play the song when
the measure goes to 1.
2.REW, FF and PAUSE When the song is playing:
Press the [FF] button to fast forward the song.
Press the [Rew] button to rewind the song (base on the measure).
Press the [Pause] button to pause the playing song.
3.Song Repeat
When playing the song, press [REPEAT A-B] button to set the
location of loop begin and loop end to the current song. Press the
[REPEAT A-B] to set the loop begin and press it again to set the loop
end. When in loop status, press [REPEAT A-B] again to quit the loop
playing status.
Lesson Mode
In the instrument, there are 2 different ways to practice the songs: time
value training and note correction training. And the keyboard has a
grading system to help you to know well about your progress.
1.Press the [LESSON] button.
In Song mode, press the [LESSON] button will enter the lesson
mode.
2.Select the practice hand.
There are 3 levels of the lessons. Use [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to
select which hand you want to practice. If neither hand is selected,
The keyboard will automatically select the right hand practice for you.
Note:
According to the type of the song, the content of your practice by left
hand is different. If you choose a chord song, the left hand practices the
chord, otherwise, practices the melody. When the song is playing, the
staff and the keyboard displayed on the LCD indicate the melody and
chord position, the numbered musical notation displayed on LCD shows
the last note played by RIGHT track, and it will be convenient for you to
practice.
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RedRiver
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Song
Lesson 1 Practice timing
1.Press the [LESSON] button to enter the lesson mode.
Press [LESSON] button to enter the lesson mode, the lesson 1 icon
is lightened on the LCD.
In Lesson 1 mode, the keyboard only grade the time value of the
playing, don't care the correction of the note.
Mazurka
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2.Press the [START/STOP] button to start to practice.
If [RIGHT] is selected, it will mute melody of right hand and you will
have to follow the time value of the right hand. As long as the time
value is correct, the melody will sound.
If [LEFT] is selected, it will mute the changing chord and melody by
left hand. You will have to follow time value of the left hand. As long
as the time value is correct, the chord/melody will sound.
Mazurka
If [LEFT] and [RIGHT] are selected, the chord/melody on left hand
and the melody on right hand will be muted. You will have to follow
time value on both left and right hand.
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Lesson 2 Practice note accuracy
1.Press the [LESSON] button again to enter the lesson 2 mode.
In LESSON 2 mode, the keyboard only grades your practice by the
note; doesn't care about the correctness of the timing. Only when
you play the correct note, the song will continue to the next note.
Mazurka
2.Press the [START/STOP] button to start to practice.
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Lesson 3 - Performance
1.Press the [LESSON] button in LESSON 2 to enter the lesson 3
mode.
In LESSON 3 mode, it will score your practice by the correction of
the time value and note.
Mazurka
2.Press the [START/STOP] button to start to practice.
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Chord Dictionary
Chord dictionary is essentially a built-in “chord book” that help you to check the chord notes. You can learn the chord and test in
this features.
DICT 1 Chord Learning Mode
Dict.1
Press the [CHORD DICT] button and hold it for longer than 2 seconds
to enter the DICT 1 mode.
In DICT 1 mode, the key above C4 are used to assign the Chord Type,
the keys above C6 are used to assign the Chord Root.
When the Chord Type and Chord Root are confirmed, the LCD will
display the Chord and its keyboard position. For example, if you want
to play a CM7 Chord, press the C key in the section of the keyboard
labeled CHORD ROOT. The root note you set will be shown on the
LCD but the note doesn't sound.
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Dict.1
Press the M7 key in the section of the keyboard which has labeled
CHORD TYPE. The notes you should pay for the specified chord (root
and chord type) are shown in the LCD as the notation and also in the
keyboard diagram.
When the Chord Type and Chord Root are confirmed, the LCD will
display the chord and its keyboard position. A prompt sound will be
heard when you play it correctly.
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DICT2 Chord Examining Mode
Press the [CHORD DICT] button again to enter the DICT 2 mode. This
is an Examining mode. The chord area on the LCD will display a
random chord while the keyboard position doesn't display anything on
LCD.
Dict.2
When you play the correct chord within 3 seconds, the next chord
(random) will be displayed on LCD to wait for the correct chord playing.
If not, LCD will display the corresponding keyboard position
automatically.
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In DICT 2 mode, press the [CHORD DICT] button again to turn off
chord dictionary.
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Chord Root:
Note
C6
C6#
D6
E6b
E6
F6
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Chord Root
C
C#/Db
D
Eb/D#
E
F
Note
F6#
G6
A6b
A6
B6b
B6
Chord Root
F#/Gb
G
Ab/G#
A
Bb/A#
B
Chord Type:
Note Chord Type
C4
M
C4#
M(9)
D4
6
E4b
mM7
E4
M7
F4
m
F4#
m(9)
G4
m6
Ab4
m7(9)
A4
m7
B4b
m7b5
B4
7
Note
C5
C5#
D5
E5b
E5
F5
F5#
G5
A5b
A5
B5b
B5
Chord Type
7(b9)
7(9)
7(#9)
7(b13)
7(13)
7(#11)
dim7
dim
7aug
aug
7sus4
sus4
Song Recording
With the easy-to-use song recording features, you can record your own keyboard performances as a User song. 3 user songs
can be recorded with 6 tracks (1 ACCOMP track, 5 MELODY tracks) each.
Starting Recording
1.Press [RECORD] button to enter the record preparation mode. The
“REC” icon, “UserSong” and sequence number will be displayed on
the LCD. Use data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to select the user
song you want to record.
Now four beats and “MELODY 1” (or other tracks) on LCD is
flashing, indicates waiting for recording.
UserSong
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2.Parameters such as voice, style and tempo can be revised.
When recording a new song, the keyboard will automatically select
“Melody 1” as the recorded track. Press other track buttons to make
your own selection.
Note: When recording an existing song, the keyboard will
automatically select the empty track next to the occupied track. For
example, if “Melody 1” is occupied, “Melody 2” will be selected as the
recorded track.
When all 6 tracks have been recorded and a specific track needs to be
revised. Press the button of the desired track and start recording.
The original data will be replaced. Press [START/STOP] button or play
the keyboard to start recording.
Choosing Tracks
There are 3 status of the track cursor on the left side of the LCD:
Flashing, Light and Darken.
When the cursor is flashing, it indicates the flashing track is the track to
be recorded.
When the cursor is lightened, it indicates there has recorded data in
this track. The data in this track will be played while recording for
another track.
When the cursor is darkened, it indicates there's no data in this track or
there's data in this track but it's forbid to play while recording another
track.
You can press “Accomp” (or “Melody 1” to “Melody 5”) to select the
desired track. The corresponding track will be switched from the above
three states by pressing the track button repeatedly.
UserSong
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Note:
2 melody tracks can't be recorded at the same time. However, you are
allowed to record 1 melody track and 1 accompaniment track
simultaneously. Style can only be recorded in “Accomp” track.
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Song Recording
Stopping Recording
Press [RECORD] again while recording can stop this action
immediately.
When the capacity is full, the recording will be stopped automatically.
When the record ending is finished, the recording will be stopped
automatically.
Rec_Full
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Playing back the User Song
1.In the recording preparation status, there is not any track be selected
to record (record track will flash while the track be selected).
UserSong
2.Press [START/STOP] to play the record song which you select. It
can not play record song if all tracks dark.
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Deleting the User Song
1.In the recording preparation status, press [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to
select the user song you want to delete.
2.Pressing and holding [RECORD] button for two second, LCD
displays “Delete?”. Press the [+/YES] button to delete the user song.
Note:
Delete?
Hold down [RECORD] and [SONG] button then power on, all recorded
data will be erased.
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U Disk
There is a standard U HOST external interface which supports the U Disk of 16M ~ 32G capability. It is compatible with the file
system format of the FAT 16/32. It is better to use the U Disk which is formatted by the keyboard. Please don't edit these files
which come from the keyboard at PC.
Basic Operations
1.In the U Disk mode, you can use the key as the follows: [MENU],
[EXECUTE], [+/YES], [-/NO] and [START/STOP].
2.Press [MENU] button to enter the U Disk mode, press again to exit U
Disk mode.
Wait...!
3.The LCD will display “Wait...!” after you press [MENU] button, then if
a U Disk connect to the keyboard and the U Disk initialize ok, LCD
display “play”, if the U Disk initialize fail, LCD display “DiskErr!”, if the
keyboard don't connect any U Disk, LCD display “No Disk!”.
4.In U Disk mode, you can use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to
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choose menu, press [EXECUTE] button to enter the next operation,
press [MENU] to return to previous menu.
No Disk
5.If the midi file in U Disk could be identified and selected, LCD will
display file name and the “FILE” flag sign, if there is no midi file
identified inside the current directory, LCD will display sub-directory
name and “DIR” sign. The file name will display in ascending order,
but you can only select the previous 512 files of the directory. When
saving, loading, deleting, formatting, all key will be invalid and LCD
display “Wait...!”. You can press [STYLE], [SONG], [VOICE]to exit U
Disk mode.
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Play
6.When playing midi, press [MIXER] button to adjust playing volume,
volume range from 0 to 127.
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7.You can only deal with file in “MMKD” directory except play and
format. LCD will not display directory name when you execute
loading, saving and deleting operation.
Playing the MIDI File
1.Press [MENU] button to enter U Disk mode, LCD will display “Play”,
FILE
and then you can use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to select
other menu (Load, Save, Delete, Format).
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2.Select the menu “Play” and press [EXECUTE] button, LCD will
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display the MIDI files and directories in the root of the U Disk. If the
midi file in U Disk could be identified and selected, LCD will display
file name and the “FILE” sign.
DIR
MMKD
3.If there is no midi file identified inside the current directory, LCD will
display the sub-directory name and the “DIR” sign. Press
[EXECUTE] button to enter the current sub-directory, then new midi
files or sub-directories of the directory will be displayed.
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4.If there is neither midi file nor sub-directory in the current directory,
LCD will display “..” and the “DIR” sign, you can press [EXECUTE]
button to exit the directory.
DIR
..
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U Disk
5.If there is neither midi file nor sub-directory in the root, LCD will
display “NoFile!”.
NoFile!
6.Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to select the midi file. Press
[START/STOP] button to play it repeatedly. Press [EXECUTE] button
to play all files in the current directory circularly. Press
[START/STOP] button again to stop playing, press [MENU] button to
return to previous menu.
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Loading the Backup Data from U Disk
Select the menu “Load” and press [EXECUTE] button, the Load sub
menu are displayed on the LCD, it includes “LoadSong”, “LoadSty”,
“LoadMem” and “LoadVoc”. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to
select one.
Load Song
1.Select the menu “LoadSong” and press [EXECUTE] button, the MIDI
files in the “SONG” directory of U Disk are displayed on LCD, the
main name of the file includes 8 characters, the postfix name is MID.
You can select songs by using [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial.
2.Press [EXECUTE] button to affirm the desired file, the user song
number will be displayed on LCD, you can select them by using
[+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial.
LoadSong
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UserSong
3.Press [EXECUTE] button, “Sure?” will be displayed on LCD, you can
press [EXECUTE]/ [+/YES] button to load the file or press [MENU]/ [-/
NO] button to cancel.
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Load Style
1.Select the menu “LoadSty” and press [EXECUTE] button, the STY
files in the “STYLE” directory of U Disk are displayed on LCD, the
main name of the file includes 8 characters, the postfix name is STY.
You can select styles by using [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial.
Sure?
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2.Press [EXECUTE] button to affirm the desired file, the user style
number will be displayed on LCD, you can select them by using
[+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial.
Wait...!
3.Press [EXECUTE] button, “Sure?” will be displayed on LCD, you can
press [EXECUTE]/ [+/YES] button to load the file or press [MENU]/ [/NO] button to cancel.
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Load Memory
1.Select the menu “LoadMem” and press [EXECUTE] button, the MEM
files in the “MEMORY” directory of U Disk are displayed on LCD, the
main name of the file includes 8 characters, the postfix name is
MEM. You can select styles by using [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data
dial.
2.Press [EXECUTE] button to affirm the desired file, the user memory
number will be displayed on LCD, you can select them by using
[+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial.
LoadSty
3.Press [EXECUTE] button, “Sure?” will display on LCD, you can
press [EXECUTE]/[+/YES]button to load the file or press [MENU]/[/NO]button to cancel.
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LoadMem
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U Disk
Load Voice
1.Select the “LoadVoc” menu and press [EXECUTE] button, the VOC
files in the “VOICE” directory of U Disk are displayed on LCD, the
main name of the file includes 8 characters, the postfix name is VOC,
you can select styles by using [+/YES]/[-/NO]button or data dial.
LoadVoic
2.Press [EXECUTE] button to affirm the desired file, the user voice
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number will be displayed on LCD, you can select them by using
[+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial.
3.Press [EXECUTE] button, “Sure?” will be displayed on LCD, you can
press [EXECUTE]/ [+/YES] button to load the file or press [MENU]/ [/NO] button to cancel.
Saving the Data to U Disk
1.Select “Save” menu and press [EXECUTE] button, the save sub
UserSong
menu are displayed on LCD, including “SaveSong”, “SaveSty”,
“SaveMem” and “SaveVoc”. You can select them by using data dial
or [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button.
2.Select what you want and press [EXECUTE] button, if the desired
file is empty, LCD will display “NoFile!”, and then LCD will display
previous menu after about two second, otherwise, you can play the
keyboard to input file name and you can only input file name in
capital letters, the shift key is invalid in this mode, the maximum of
the file name length is 8 letter.
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FILE
SNG_ZZZZ
3.Press [EXECUTE] button to save the file after file name inputs finish,
if the current directory have the same name, “SameName” will be
displayed on LCD. Otherwise, “Sure?” will be displayed on LCD. You
just need to press [EXECUTE] or [+/YES] button to save the file.
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Deleting the file in U Disk
1.Select the “Delete” menu and press [EXECUTE] button, the delete
sub menu is displayed on LCD, including “UserSong”, “UserSty”,
“UserMem” and “UserVoc”. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial to
select one.
2.Select the menu which you want and press [EXECUTE]button, if the
Delete?
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default directory have the file which accord with the menu, the file
name will be displayed on LCD, otherwise, LCD display “NoFile!”,
and then LCD will display the previous menu after about two second.
3.Select a file which you want to delete and press [EXECUTE] button,
“Sure?” will be displayed on LCD, press [EXECUTE] or [+/YES]
button to delete the file.
Formatting the U Disk
Select the menu “Format” and press [EXECUTE] button, “Sure?” is
displayed on LCD. Press [EXECUTE] button to format the U Disk.
Format
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Other Functions
Turning the Metronome ON/OFF
1.Press the [METRONOME] button to turn the metronome on.
2.Press the [METRONOME] button again to turn the metronome off.
Tuning
1.Select “TUNE”.
Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>] button to select TUNE. The LCD
displays the tune value. The value ranges from -50 to 50 and the
default value is 0.
The function sets the overall pitch of the instrument.
Tune
2.Change the tune value.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the tune value.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the value to default.
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Selecting the Beat
1.Select “BEAT”.
Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>] button to select BEAT. The LCD
displays the beat value. The value ranges from 2-9 and 0. The default
value is 4.
2.Change the beat value.
Beat
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the beat value.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the value to default.
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Setting the Split Point
The point on the keyboard that separates the auto accompaniment
section and the right-hand section of the keyboard is called the “split
point”.
When the auto accompaniment is on, keys played to the left of the split
point are used for controlling the auto accompaniment. When the auto
accompaniment is off, keys played to the left of the split point are used
for playing voice lower.
1.Select “SPLIT POINT”.
Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>] button to select SPLIT POINT.
The LCD displays the default split point is 034 (#F3/G3).
Split Pt
2.Change the split.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the split point
and you can simply press a key on the keyboard to set it as the split
point.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the split point to
default.
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Other Functions
Pedal Assign
1.Select “Ped Soft”.
Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>] button to select pedal assign.
2.There are three pedal functions you can select: Soft Pedal, Memroy
Select Pedal and Start/Stop Pedal. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO]
simultaneously will set the pedal type to default.
Ped Soft
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Fade In Duration
1.Select “FADE IN”.
Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>] button to select FADE IN. The
LCD displays the time value. The value ranges from 1 to 20 seconds
and the default value is 10.
Fade In
2.Change the time value.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the fade in time
value.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the value to default.
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Fade Out Duration
1.Select “FADE OUT”.
Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>] button to select FADE OUT. The
LCD displays the time value. The value ranges from 1 to 20 seconds
and the default value is 10.
Fade Out
2.Change the time value.
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to change the fade out
time value.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the value to default.
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MIDI Setting
1.Select “MIDI IN” or “MIDI OUT”.
Use [<FUNCTION]/ [FUNCTION>] button to select Midi In.
MIDI IN
The default setting is “all”. Otherwise, channel 1 to 16 can also be
selected.
MIDI OUT
The default setting is “001”. Otherwise, there are total of 16 channels
for selection.
2.Change the channel.
Midi In
A
Midi Out
Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to select the channel.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the setting to
default.
A
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MIDI Functions
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
In order to exchange MIDI data between multiple devices, each device
must be connected by a cable.
AUX.OUT
L
R
MIDI IN: Receives MIDI data from a computer.
MIDI OUT: Transmits the instrument information as MIDI data to
another MIDI device.
Note:
AUX.OUT
L
R
Activate the computer from a sleep/suspended/standby mode before
connecting the USB cable.
Connect the USB cable to the instrument and a computer before
turning the power of the instrument on.
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.
AUX.OUT
R
L
Power on the instrument first, and then open the PCSUITE software in
your computer, the “PCLINK..” will be displayed on LCD. The PCSUITE
will connect successfully with the instrument.
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 operating methods see software operation instructions!
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PCLink
Troubleshooting
Problem
The speakers produce a “pop” sound
whenever the power is turned ON or OFF.
Possible Cause and Solution
This is normal and is no cause for alarm.
No sound when the keyboard is played.
The R1/R2/L voice volume (Mixer) settings could be set too
low. Make sure the voice volumes are set at appropriate
levels.
When using a mobile phone, noise is
produced.
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
You may be trying to start accompaniment by playing a key
back even Sync is in standby condition and in the right-hand range of the keyboard. To start the
a key is pressed.
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 tuning value is set to “0”. Press and hold
the [+/YES] and [-/NO] buttons at the same time, then turning
the power on will set INSTRUMENT to default.
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
LCD Display
Multi-functional LCD
Accompaniment Control
Start/Stop, Sync Stop, Sync Start[Pause],
Intro/End/Repeat A-B, Fill-in A [FF], Fill-in B [Rew],
Fade, Chord Mode.
Keys
88
Polyphony
64
Record Function
Record, Accomp, Melody 1, Melody 2, Melody 3,
Melody 4, Melody 5.
Voice
310, include 10 user voices
Panel Memory
32
Style
133, include 3 user styles
Connectors
DC IN, HeadphonesX2, AUX OUT, MIDI IN, MIDI OUT,
USB-MIDI, USB-HOST, Sustain Pedal, Sostenuto
Pedal, Soft Pedal.
Song
63, include 3 user songs
Power Supply
12V
Demo
2
Control button
Power on/off switch, Volume, Brilliance, Transpose+/-,
Accomp+/-, Tempo+/-, Mixer, Function Back, Function
Next, Lesson, Left, Right/Chord Dict., Freeze, Bank,
Store, M1-M4, O.T.S., +/Yes, -/No, Style, Voice, Song,
Piano, Metronome, Dual, Touch, Sustain, Lower, DSP,
Harmony.
Speaker
25W+25W, 25W+25W.
Dimensions
1366(W) x 529(D) x 836(H)mm
Weight
54KG
* All specifications and appearances are subject to change without notice.
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Voice List
No. Name
PIANO
Acoustic Grand Piano 1
1
54
Nylon Guitar 1
NylonGt1
110 Synth Strings 3
SynStrs3
55
Ukulele
Ukulele
111 Choir Aahs 1
ChoirAh1
GrandPn1
56
Nylon Open
NylonO
112 Choir Aahs 2
ChoirAh2
2
Stereo Grand Piano 1
StGrPn1
57
Nylon Guitar 2
NylonGt2
113 Voice Oohs
VoiceOoh
3
Acoustic Grand Piano 2
GrandPn2
58
Steel Guitar
SteelGtr
114 Hamming
Hamming
4
Bright Piano
BrightPn
59
12 Strings Guitar
12StrGtr
115 Synth Voice
SynVoice
5
Stereo Grand Piano 2
StGrPn2
60
Mandolin
Mandolin
116 Ana Voice
AnaVoice
6
Electric Grand Piano
E.Grand
61
Steel+Body
Stel+Bdy
117 Orchestra Hit
OrchHit
7
Grand Piano / W
GrPnoW
62
Jazz Guitar
JazzGtr
118 Bass Hit
BassHit
8
Honky-Tonk
HnkyTonk
63
Pedal Steel
PdlSteel
119 6th Hit
6thHit
9
Honky-Tonk / W
HonkyTW
64
Clean Guitar
CleanGtr
120 Europe Hit
EuroHit
10
E.Piano 1
E.Piano1
65
Clean Harf
ClnHarf
11
Detuned E.Piano 1
DetEP1
66
Mid Tone Guitar
MidTone
BRASS
121 Trumpet
Trumpet
12
E.Piano 1 / V
EP1V
67
Muted Guitar
MuteGtr
122 Dark Trumpet
DarkTrp
13
60's E.Piano
60'sEP
68
Funk Guitar 1
FunkGt1
123 Trombone 1
Trmbone1
14
E.Piano 2
E.Piano2
69
Funk Guitar 2
FunkGt2
124 Trombone 2
Trmbone2
15
Detuned E.Piano 2
DetEP2
70
Jazz Man
JazzMan
125 Bright Bone
BritBone
16
E.Piano 2 / V
EP2V
71
Overdriven Guitar
Ovrdrive
126 Tuba
Tuba
17
EP Legend
EPLegend
72
Guitar Pinch
GtPinch
127 Muted Trumpet 1
MuteTrp1
18
EP Phase
EPPhase
73
Distortion Guitar
DistGtr
128 Muted Trumpet 2
MuteTrp2
19
Harpsichord
Harpsi
74
Feedback Guitar
FeedbkGt
129 French Horns 1
FrHorn1
20
Coupl Harpsichord
CouplHps
75
Distorted Rhythm Guitar
DistRyth
130 French Horns 2
FrHorn2
21
Harpsichord / W
HarpsW
76
Guitar Harmonics
GtrHarmo
131 Brass Section 1
Brass1
22
Harpsichord / O
HarpsOff
77
Guitar Feedback
GtFeedbk
132 Brass Section 2
Brass2
23
Clavichord
Clavi
133 Synth Brass 1
SynBras1
24
Pulse Clavichord
PulseClv
BASS
78 Acoustic Bass
AcoBass
134 Synth Brass 2
SynBras2
MALLET
25 Celesta
79
Finger Bass
FingBass
135 Analog Synth Brass 1
ASynBrs1
Celesta
80
Finger Jazz Bass
FingJBas
136 Jump Brass
JmpBrass
26
Glockenspiel
Glocken
81
Pick Bass
PickBass
137 Synth Brass 3
SynBras3
27
Music Box
MusicBox
82
Fretless Bass
Fretless
138 Synth Brass 4
SynBras4
28
Vibraphone
Vibra
83
Slap Bass 1
SlapBas1
139 Analog Synth Brass 2
ASynBrs2
29
Vibraphone / W
VibraW
84
Slap Bass 2
SlapBas2
30
Marimba
Marimba
85
Synth Bass 1
SynBass1
REED
140 Soprano Sax
SprnoSax
31
Marimba / W
MarimbaW
86
Synth Bass 101
SynBs101
141 Alto Sax
AltoSax
32
Xylophone
Xylophon
87
Acid Bass
AcidBass
142 Tenor Sax
TenorSax
33
Tubular Bell
TubulBel
88
Clavichord Bass
ClaviBas
143 Baritone Sax
BariSax
34
Church Bell
ChurBell
89
Hammer
Hammer
144 Oboe
Oboe
35
Carillon
Carillon
90
Synth Bass 2
SynBass2
145 English Horn
EngHorn
36
Dulcimer
Dulcimer
91
Beef FM Bass
BeefFMBs
146 Bassoon
Bassoon
92
Rubber Bass
RubBass
Clarinet
93
Attack Pulse
AtackPls
147 Clarinet
PIPE
ORGAN
37 Drawbar Organ
34
LCD Name
DrawOrgn
38
Detuned Organ 1
DetunOr1
STRINGS
148 Piccolo
Piccolo
39
60's Organ
60'sOrgn
94
Violin
Violin
149 Flute
Flute
40
Organ 1
Organ1
95
Slow Violin
SlowVln
150 Recorder
Recorder
41
Percussive Organ
PercOrgn
96
Viola
Viola
151 Pan Flute
PanFlute
42
Detuned Organ 2
DetunOr2
97
Cello
Cello
152 Bottle Blow
Bottle
43
Organ 2
Organ2
98
Contrabass
Contrabs
153 Shakuhachi
Shakhchi
44
Rock Organ
RockOrgn
99
Tremolo Strings
TremStr
154 Whistle
Whistle
45
Church Organ 1
ChurOr1
100 Pizzicato Strings
PizzStr
Ocarina
46
Church Organ 2
ChurOr2
101 Orchestral Harp 1
Harp1
155 Ocarina
LEAD
47
Church Organ 3
ChurOr3
102 Orchestral Harp 2
Harp2
156 Square Wave
SquareLd
48
Reed Organ
ReedOrgn
103 Timpani
Timpani
157 Square
Square
49
Puff Organ
PuffOrgn
104 Strings
Strings
158 Sine Wave
SineWave
50
Accordion
Acordion
105 Orchestra
Orkestra
159 Saw Wave
SawLead
51
Accordion Italy
AcordinI
106 60's Strings
60'sStr
160 Saw
Saw
52
Harmonica
Harmnica
107 Slow Strings
SlString
161 Doctor Solo
DoctSolo
53 Tango Accordion
GUITAR
TangoAcd
108 Synth Strings 1
SynStrs1
162 Natural Lead
NatuLead
109 Synth Strings 2
SynStrs2
163 Sequenced Saw
SequSaw
Voice List
164 Synth Calliope
CaliopLd
216 Guitar Noise
GtNoise
272 High SuoNa
HiSuoNa
165 Chiff Lead
ChiffLd
217 Guitar Cut Noise
GtCutNos
273 SuoNa & Luo
SuoNaLuo
166 Charang
CharanLd
218 Slap String Bass
SlapStBs
274 LuSheng
LuSheng
167 Wire Lead
WireLead
219 Breath Noise
BrtNoise
275 GuanZi
GuanZi
168 Solo Voice
VoiceLd
220 Flute Key Click
FlKeyClk
276 HouGuan
HouGuan
169 5th Saw Wave
FifthLd
221 Seashore
Seashore
277 NaZi
NaZi
170 Bass & Lead
Bass&Ld
222 Rain
Rain
278 QuDi
QuDi
171 Delay Lead
DelayLd
223 Thunder
Thunder
279 Xiao
Xiao
224 Wind
Wind
280 BaWu
BaWu
NewAgePd
225 Stream
Stream
173 Warm Pad
WarmPad
226 Bubble
Bubble
ARABIC
281 Tar
Tar
174 Sine Pad
SinePad
227 Bird Tweet 1
Tweet1
282 Arabia Organ
ArabOrg
175 Poly Synth
PolySyPd
228 Dog
Dog
283 Sourna
Sourna
176 Space Choir
ChoirPad
229 Horse Gallop
HorseGlp
284 Nay
Nay
177 Itopia
Itopia
230 Bird Tweet 2
Tweet2
285 Aoud
Aoud
178 Bowed Glass
BowedPad
231 Telephone 1
Telphon1
286 Kanoun
Kanoun
179 Metal Pad
MetalPad
232 Telephone 2
Telphon2
287 Sitar 3
Sitar3
180 Halo Pad
HaloPad
233 Door Creak
DoorCrek
288 Saz
Saz
181 Sweep Pad
SweepPad
234 Door
Door
EFFECTS
182 Fx Rain
235 Scratch
Scratch
DRUM
289 Standard Kit
StdKit
FxRain
236 Wind Chimes
WindChm
290 Room Kit
RoomKit
183 Sound Track
SoundTrk
237 Helicopter
Helicptr
291 Power Kit
PowerKit
184 Crystal
Crystal
238 Car Engine
CarEngin
292 Electric Kit
ElecKit
185 Synth Mallet
SynMalet
239 Car Stop
CarStop
293 Analog Kit
AnlgKit
186 Atmosphere
Atmosphr
240 Car Pass
CarPass
294 Jazz Kit
JazzKit
187 Brightness
Bright
241 Car Crash
CarCrsh
295 Brush Kit
BrushKit
188 Goblins
Goblins
242 Siren
Siren
296 Orchestra Kit
OkstKit
189 Echo Drops
Echoes
243 Train
Train
297 Sfx Kit
SfxKit
190 Echo Bell
EchoBell
244 Jetplane
Jetplane
298 Chinese Kit
ChnKit
191 Echo Pan
EchoPan
245 Starship
Starship
299 Tabla Kit
TblaKit
192 Sci-Fi
Sci-Fi
246 Burst Noise
BurtNois
300 Reass Kit
ReasKit
247 Applause
Applause
PAD
172 NewAge Pad
ETHNIC
193 Sitar 1
Sitar1
248 Laughing
Laughing
194 Sitar 2
Sitar2
249 Screaming
Screming
195 Banjo
Banjo
250 Punch
Punch
196 Shamisen
Shamisen
251 Heart Beat
HeartBet
197 Koto
Koto
252 Footsteps
Footstep
198 Taisho Koto
TaishoKt
253 Gunshot
Gunshot
199 Kalimba
Kalimba
254 Machine Gun
MachnGun
200 Bag Pipe
BagPipe
255 Laser Gun
LaserGun
201 Fiddle
Fiddle
Explosio
202 Shanai
Shanai
256 Explosion
CHINA
257 PiPa 1
PiPa1
203 Tinkle Bell
TnklBell
258 PiPa 2
PiPa2
204 Agogo
Agogo
259 YueQin
YueQin
205 Steel Drums
SteelDrm
260 LiuQin
LiuQin
206 Wood Block
WoodBlok
261 GuQin
GuQin
207 Castanet
Castanet
262 GuZheng
GuZheng
208 Taiko
TaikoDrm
263 GuZheng Harmonic
GuZhengH
209 Concert Bass Drum
ConctBD
264 YangQin
YangQin
210 Melodic Tom 1
MeldTom1
265 YangQin Tremolo
YangQinT
211 Melodic Tom 2
MeldTom2
266 DuXianQin
DuXian
212 Synth Drum
SynDrum
267 ReWaPu
ReWaPu
213 808 Tom
808Tom
268 SanXian
SanXian
214 Electric Percussion
ElecPerc
269 SanXian Tremolo
SanXianT
215 Reverse Cymbal
RevCymba
270 ErHu
ErHu
271 GaoHu
GaoHu
PERCUSSIVE
SOUND EFFECTS
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Style List
No. Name
8BEAT
8Beat Piano
1
LCD Name
53
Cha Cha 2
ChaCha2
106 Vienna Waltz
VinaWtz
54
Beguine 1
Beguine1
107 Slow Waltz 2
SlwWltz2
8BtPiano
55
Beguine 2
Beguine2
108 Polka 1
Polka1
2
8Beat Pop
8BtPop
56
Rumba 1
Rumba1
109 German Polka
GerPolka
3
Pop Funk
PopFunk
57
Samba 1
Samba1
110 March 1
March1
4
Rhythm & Beat
Rhy&Bt2
58
Samba 2
Samba2
111 Polka 2
Polka2
5
8Beat Disco
8BtDisco
59
Jive
Jive
112 US March
USMarch
6
8Beat Rock
8BtRock
60
Fox Trot
FoxTrot
113 Musette
Musette
7
Guitar Pop 1
GtPop1
114 Mazurke
Mazurke
8
8Beat 1
8Beat1
DANCE
61 Down Beat
DownBeat
115 March 2
March2
9
8Beat Dance
8BtDance
62
Techno
Techno
10
8Beat 2
8Beat2
63
Hip Hop 1
HipHop1
WORLD & CHINESE
116 Enka Ballad
EnkaBald
64
Rap
Rap
117 Venezia
Venezia
16BEAT
11
Pop 16Beat 1
Pop16Bt1
65
Disco
Disco
118 6/8 Flipper
6/8Flipp
12
16Beat Funk
16BtFunk
66
Soft Disco
SoftDisc
119 Norteno
Norteno
13
16Beat Dance
16BDance
67
Disco Party
DscParty
120 Dangdut
Dangdut
14
Pop 16Beat 2
Pop16Bt2
68
70's Disco Funk
70'sFunk
121 DaiZu Folk
DaiZu
15
16Beat 1
16Beat1
69
Sky
Sky
122 XinJiang Dance
XinJiang
16
16Beat Hot
16BtHot
70
Hip Hop 2
HipHop2
123 JiangNan Folk
JiangNan
17
16Beat Modern
16BModrn
Korea
18
Cool Beat
CoolBeat
SOUL & FUNK & JAZZ
71 Jay R&B
124 Korea Folk
JayR&B
125 ZangZu Folk
ZangZu
19
16Beat 2
16Beat2
72
Gospel Swing
GopSwing
126 XinJiang Folk
XJangFok
20
Pop Shffle
PopShfl
73
Groove Funk
GrooveFk
127 YunNan
YunNan
74
Rubber Funk
RubberFk
128 NeiMengGu
NeiMeng
6/8Pop
75
Soul
Soul
129 Jubilance
Jubilanc
130 Oriental Modern Dance
OrlDance
POP & BALLAD
21 6/8 Pop
22
Pop Dance
PopDance
76
Hip Hop Beat
HipHopBt
23
Pop Fusion
PopFusn
77
R&B
R&B
24
Pop Hit
PopHit
78
Swing
Swing
25
Fusion Shuffle
FusShufl
79
Latin Jazz
LatinJz
26
Analog Night
AnalogNt
80
Acid Jazz
AcidJazz
27
Guitar Pop 2
GtPop2
81
Cool Jazz Ballad
CoolJzBd
28
Pop Beat
PopBeat
82
Swing Shuffle
SwingSfl
29
Soft Ballad
SoftBald
83
40's Big Band
40'sBand
30
Natural Ballad
NatuBld
84
Modern Jazz Ballad
MdJzBald
31
Love Ballad
LoveBld
85
Orchestra Swing
OrhSwing
32
Slow Ballad
SlowBald
33
Pop Ballad
PopBld
COUNTRY
86 Bluegrass
34
Piano Pop
PianoPop
87
Modern Country
ModernCt
35 Sweet Pop
ROCK
SweetPop
88
Country Pop
CntryPop
89
2/4 Country
2/4Cntry
36
Slow Rock
SlowRock
90
Country Folk
CntyFolk
37
70's Rock&Roll
70'sRock
LATIN/LATIN DANCE
38
Soft Rock
SoftRock
91
Bossa Nova
BosaNov
39
Pop Rock
PopRock
92
Latin
Latin
40
Easy Rock
EasyRock
93
Dance Reggae
DanRegga
41
New Shuffle
NewShufl
94
Pasodoble
Pasodobl
42
R'N'R 1
R'N'R1
95
Disco Samba
DscSamba
43
Rock Shuffle 1
RockShf1
96
Mambo
Mambo
44
R'N'R 2
R'N'R2
97
Rumba 2
Rumba2
RockShf2
98
Rumba 3
Rumba3
99
Pop Cha Cha
PChaCha
45 Rock Shuffle 2
BALLROOM
36
46
Twist
Twist
47
Big Band Fox
48
49
50
Bluegras
Salsa2
BandFox
100 Salsa 2
WALTZ & TRADITIONAL
Tango
Tango
101 Waltz
Waltz
Slow Fox
SlowFox
102 Old Waltz
OldWaltz
Slow Waltz 1
SlowWlz1
103 German Waltz
GemWaltz
51
Salsa 1
Salsa1
104 Italian Mazurka
ItaMazuk
52
Cha Cha 1
ChaCha1
105 Mariachi Waltz
MariWltz
Song List
No. Name
LCD Name
FOLK & COUNTRY
Red River Valley
1
JAZZ & FUSION
31 June Samba
RedRiver
32
Guitar&Saxphone
Gt&Sax
JunSamba
2
Troika
Troika
33
The Hip Hop's Night
HipHopNt
3
Susanna
Susanna
34
Blue Lunch
BluLunch
4
Cai Yun Zhui Yue
CaiYun
35
Cobweb
Cobweb
5
Wave Of Danube
Danube
36
Wine
Wine
6
Long Long Ago
LongAgo
37
Jazz Old Man
JzOldMan
7
Bridge
Bridge
38
Dark Eyes
DarkEyes
8
Jambalaya
Jambalay
39
Carlos
Carlos
9
Sippin'Cider Through A Straw
SCTStraw
40
Sad
Sad
10
Santa Lucia
SantaLuc
CLASSICAL
11 Wiegenlied
GOLDEN & POP
41 The Blue-Bells Of Scotland
Wiegenli
42
Beautiful Dreamer
12
La Traviata
LaTravia
43
It's Been A Long, Long Time
LongTime
13
Aida
Aida
44
O Sole Mio
OSoleMio
14
Carmen-Prelude
Carmen2
45
Ave Maria
AveMaria
15
Rigoletto
Rigolett
46
Five Hundred Miles
FHMiles
16
Uungarische Tanz
Uungaris
47
Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair
LighHair
17
Prelude To Act 2 (Swan Lake)
SwanLake
48
Summer Palace
SummerPa
18
Musical Moments
MusiMome
49
Entertainer
Entertai
19
Pizzicato Polka
Polka
50
El Bimbo
ElBimbo
20
L'Arlesienne
L'Arlesi
21
Song Without Words
SongNoWd
PIANO
51 Habanera
22
Pianosonatan 08 IN Cm IN Pathetique
Piano08
52
Wedding March
Wedding
23
The Happy Farmer
HpFarmer
53
Turkish March
TurkishM
24
The Sleeping Beauty
SleepBty
54
Moseta Dance
MosetaDn
25
Mazurka
Mazurka
55
Aria
Aria
26
Brahms Waltz
BrmsWalz
56
Away In A Manger
AwayInAM
27
Mov.2 Adagio Non Troppo
Sonata9
57
Four Little Swans
FLSwans
58
"Jesus, Saviour Pilot Me"
PilotMe
59
Brave Cavalier
Cavalier
60
America The Beautiful
USFair
Piano Sonata No.9 In D
Sonata11
28
Mov.1 Andante Grazioso Piano
29
Chinese Dance
ChDance
30
Symphony No.40
Symphony
Sonata No.11 In A [Alla TurSonata11ca]
BlueBell
Dreamer
Habanera
Demo List
No.
Name
LCD Name
1
Dancing Melody
DanceMld
2
Jazz
Jazz
37
Chord List
38
39