Yamaha 480 Owner`s manual

ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
OWNER’S MANUAL
CLP- 480
MODE D’EMPLOI
ESPAÑOL
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
IMPORTANT
— Check your power supply —
Make sure that your local AC mains voltage matches the voltage specified on the name plate on the bottom panel. In some areas a
voltage selector may be provided on the rear panel of the main keyboard unit near the power cord. Make sure that the voltage
selector is set for the voltage in your area. The voltage selector is set at 240V when the unit is initially shipped. To change the
setting use a “minus” screwdriver to rotate the selector dial so that the correct voltage appears next to the pointer on the panel.
For information on assembling the instrument, refer to the instructions at the end of this manual.
IMPORTANT
— Vérifiez votre alimentation électrique —
Vérifiez que la tension de l’alimentation secteur correspond à celle indiquée sur la plaque du fabricant, située sur le panneau
inférieur. Les instruments destinés à certaines régions disposent d’un sélecteur de tension. Il est installé sur le panneau arrière de
l’unité principale du clavier, à côté du câble d’alimentation. Assurez-vous que ce sélecteur est réglé sur la tension utilisée dans
votre pays. À sa sortie d’usine, le sélecteur est réglé sur 240 V. Pour modifier ce réglage, utilisez un tournevis plat et faites tourner
le cadran du sélecteur jusqu’à ce que la valeur correcte apparaisse à côté de l’indicateur figurant sur le panneau.
Pour plus d’informations sur l’assemblage de l’instrument, reportez-vous aux instructions figurant à la fin de ce manuel.
IMPORTANTE
— Revise la fuente de alimentación —
Asegúrese de que la tensión de la red eléctrica local de CA coincida con la tensión especificada en la placa del panel inferior. Es
posible que, en algunas zonas, se suministre un selector de tensión en el panel posterior del teclado principal, junto al cable de
alimentación. Asegúrese de que este selector esté ajustado según la tensión de la zona. El selector viene ajustado de fábrica para
240 V. Para cambiar el ajuste, utilice un destornillador de punta normal para girar el selector hasta que la tensión correcta
aparezca al lado del puntero del panel.
Para obtener más información sobre el montaje del instrumento, consulte las instrucciones que encontrará al final de este manual.
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cautions indicated on this page and those indicated in the
safety instruction section.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the
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triangle, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electrical shock.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: All Yamaha electronic
products are tested and approved by an independent
safety testing laboratory in order that you may be sure
that when it is properly installed and used in its normal
and customary manner, all foreseeable risks have been
eliminated. DO NOT modify this unit or commission
others to do so unless specifically authorized by Yamaha.
Product performance and/or safety standards may be
diminished. Claims filed under the expressed warranty
may be denied if the unit is/has been modified. Implied
warranties may also be affected.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE: The
information contained in this manual is believed to be
correct at the time of printing. However, Yamaha
reserves the right to change or modify any of the
specifications without notice or obligation to update
existing units.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: Yamaha strives to
produce products that are both user safe and
environmentally friendly. We sincerely believe that our
products and the production methods used to produce
them, meet these goals. In keeping with both the letter
and the spirit of the law, we want you to be aware of the
following:
Battery Notice: This product MAY contain a small nonrechargeable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in
place. The average life span of this type of battery is
approximately five years. When replacement becomes
necessary, contact a qualified service representative to
perform the replacement.
Warning: Do not attempt to recharge, disassemble, or
incinerate this type of battery. Keep all batteries away
from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as
regulated by applicable laws. Note: In some areas, the
servicer is required by law to return the defective parts.
However, you do have the option of having the servicer
dispose of these parts for you.
Disposal Notice: Should this product become damaged
beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is
considered to be at an end, please observe all local, state,
and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of
products that contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc.
NOTICE: Service charges incurred due to lack of
knowledge relating to how a function or effect works
(when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered
by the manufacturer’s warranty, and are therefore the
owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully
and consult your dealer before requesting service.
NAME PLATE LOCATION: The graphic below
indicates the location of the name plate. The model
number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are
located on this plate. You should record the model
number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the
spaces provided below and retain this manual as a
permanent record of your purchase.
Model
Serial No.
Purchase Date
92-469- 1 (bottom)
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS
UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the
instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved
by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the
FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to
accessories and/or another product use only high
quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this
product MUST be used. Follow all installation
instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void
your FCC authorization to use this product in the
USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to
comply with the requirements listed in FCC
Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital devices.
Compliance with these requirements provides a
reasonable level of assurance that your use of this
product in a residential environment will not result in
harmful interference with other electronic devices.
This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies
and, if not installed and used according to the
instructions found in the users manual, may cause
interference harmful to the operation of other
electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations
does not guarantee that interference will not occur in
all installations. If this product is found to be the
source of interference, which can be determined by
turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try to
eliminate the problem by using one of the following
measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is
being affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch
(circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/
reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300
ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to co-axial type
cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce
satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer
authorized to distribute this type of product. If you
can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact
Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service
Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park,
CA90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products
distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its
subsidiaries.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT
(DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURE)
Responsible Party : Yamaha Corporation of America
Address : 6600 Orangethorpe Ave.,
Buena Park, Calif. 90620
Telephone : 714-522-9011
Type of Equipment : Digital Piano
Model Name : CLP-480
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
See user manual instructions if interference to radio reception is suspected.
*This applies only to products distributed by
YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
(FCC DoC)
(class B)
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Connecting the Plug and Cord
IMPORTANT. The wires in this mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE
: NEUTRAL
BROWN : LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
apparatus may not correspond with the coloured makings
identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug.
•This applies only to products
distributed by Yamaha Music U.K. Ltd.
(2 wires)
PRECAUTIONS
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
* Please keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
WARNING
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury or even death from
electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other hazards. These precautions include, but are not
limited to, the following:
Power supply/Power cord
If you notice any abnormality
• Do not place the power cord near heat sources such as heaters
or radiators, and do not excessively bend or otherwise damage
the cord, place heavy objects on it, or place it in a position
where anyone could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over it.
• Only use the voltage specified as correct for the instrument.
The required voltage is printed on the name plate of the
instrument.
• Use only the supplied power cord/plug.
• Check the electric plug periodically and remove any dirt or
dust which may have accumulated on it.
• When one of the following problems occur, immediately turn
off the power switch and disconnect the electric plug from the
outlet. Then have the device inspected by Yamaha service
personnel.
• The power cord or plug becomes frayed or damaged.
• It emits unusual smells or smoke.
• Some object has been dropped into the instrument.
• There is a sudden loss of sound during use of the
instrument.
Do not open
• This instrument contains no user-serviceable parts. Do not
open the instrument or attempt to disassemble or modify the
internal components in any way. If it should appear to be
malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it
inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
Water warning
• Do not expose the instrument to rain, use it near water or in
damp or wet conditions, place on it any containers (such as
vases, bottles or glasses) containing liquids which might spill
into any openings. If any liquid such as water seeps into the
instrument, turn off the power immediately and unplug the
power cord from the AC outlet. Then have the instrument
inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
• Never insert or remove an electric plug with wet hands.
Fire warning
• Do not put burning items, such as candles, on the unit.
A burning item may fall over and cause a fire.
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CAUTION
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical injury to you or others, or
damage to the instrument or other property. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Power supply/Power cord
Connections
• Do not connect the instrument to an electrical outlet using a
multiple-connector. Doing so can result in lower sound quality,
or possibly cause overheating in the outlet.
• When removing the electric plug from the instrument or an
outlet, always hold the plug itself and not the cord. Pulling by
the cord can damage it.
• Remove the electric plug from the outlet when the instrument is
not to be used for extended periods of time, or during electrical
storms.
Assembly
• Read carefully the attached documentation explaining the
assembly process. Failure to assemble the instrument in the
proper sequence might result in damage to the instrument or
even injury.
Location
• Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it
might accidentally fall over.
• When transporting or moving the instrument, always use two
or more people. Attempting to lift the instrument by yourself
may damage your back, result in other injury, or cause damage
to the instrument itself.
• Before moving the instrument, remove all connected cables.
• When setting up the product, make sure that the AC outlet you
are using is easily accessible. If some trouble or malfunction
occurs, immediately turn off the power switch and disconnect
the plug from the outlet. Even when the power switch is turned
off, electricity is still flowing to the product at the minimum
level. When you are not using the product for a long time,
make sure to unplug the power cord from the wall AC outlet.
• Before connecting the instrument to other electronic
components, turn off the power for all components. Before
turning the power on or off for all components, set all volume
levels to minimum.
• Be sure to set the volumes of all components at their minimum
levels and gradually raise the volume controls while playing
the instrument to set the desired listening level.
Handling caution
• Do not insert a finger or hand in any gaps on the key cover or
instrument. Also take care that the key cover does not pinch
your finger.
• Never insert or drop paper, metallic, or other objects into the
gaps on the key cover, panel or keyboard. This could cause
physical injury to you or others, damage to the instrument or
other property, or operational failure.
• Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the
instrument, and do not use excessive force on the buttons,
switches or connectors.
• Do not use the instrument/device or headphones for a long
period of time at a high or uncomfortable volume level, since
this can cause permanent hearing loss. If you experience any
hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
Using the bench (If included)
• Do not place the bench in an unstable position where it might
accidentally fall over.
• Do not play carelessly with or stand on the bench. Using it as a
tool or stepladder or for any other purpose might result in
accident or injury.
• Only one person should sit on the bench at a time, in order to
prevent the possibility of accident or injury.
• For benches that can be adjusted, do not attempt to adjust the
bench height while sitting on the bench, since this can cause
excessive force to be imposed on the adjustment mechanism,
possibly resulting in damage to the mechanism or even injury.
• If the bench screws become loose due to extensive long-term
use, tighten them periodically using the included tool.
Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or
destroyed.
Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use.
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NOTICE
To avoid the possibility of malfunction/ damage to
the product, damage to data, or damage to other
property, follow the notices below.
and contents outside of personal use is not permitted
under relevant laws. Any violation of copyright has
legal consequences. DON’T MAKE, DISTRIBUTE OR
USE ILLEGAL COPIES.
 About functions/data bundled with the
instrument
 Handling and Maintenance
• Do not use the instrument in the vicinity of a TV,
radio, stereo equipment, mobile phone, or other
electric devices. Otherwise, the instrument, TV, or
radio may generate noise.
• Do not expose the instrument to excessive dust or
vibrations, or extreme cold or heat (such as in direct
sunlight, near a heater, or in a car during the day) to
prevent the possibility of panel disfiguration, damage
to the internal components or unstable operation.
(Verified operating temperature range: 5° – 40°C, or
41° – 104°F.)
• Do not place vinyl, plastic or rubber objects on the
instrument, since this might discolor the panel or
keyboard.
• In the case of a model with a polished finish, bumping
the surface of the instrument with metal, porcelain, or
other hard objects can cause the finish to crack or peel.
Use caution.
• During extreme changes in temperature or humidity,
condensation may occur and water may collect on the
surface of the instrument. If water is left, the wooden
parts may absorb the water and be damaged. Make
sure to wipe any water off immediately with a soft
cloth.
 Saving data
• Saved data may be lost due to malfunction or incorrect
operation. Save important data to a USB storage
device/external device such as a computer.
• To protect against data loss through media damage, we
recommend that you save your important data onto
two USB storage devices.
Information
 About copyrights
• Copying of the commercially available musical data
including but not limited to MIDI data and/or audio
data is strictly prohibited except for your personal use.
• This product incorporates and bundles computer
programs and contents in which Yamaha owns
copyrights or with respect to which it has license to use
others’ copyrights. Such copyrighted materials include,
without limitation, all computer software, style files,
MIDI files, WAVE data, musical scores and sound
recordings. Any unauthorized use of such programs
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• Some of the Preset Songs have been edited for length
or arrangement, and may not be exactly the same as
the original.
• This device is capable of using various types/formats of
music data by optimizing them to the proper format
music data for use with the device in advance. As a
result, this device may not play them back precisely as
their producers or composers originally intended.
 About this manual
• The illustrations and LCD screens as shown in this
manual are for instructional purposes only, and may
appear somewhat different from those on your
instrument.
• Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft®
Corporation in the United States and other countries.
• Apple, Mac and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple
Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
• The company names and product names in this
manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective companies.
This instrument is compatible with the following
formats.
GM System Level 2
“GM (General MIDI)” is one of the most common Voice
allocation formats. “GM System Level 2” is a standard
specification that enhances the original “GM” and improves
Song data compatibility. It provides for increased polyphony,
greater Voice selection, expanded Voice parameters, and
integrated effect processing.
XG
XG is a major enhancement of the GM System Level 1
format, and was developed by Yamaha specifically to provide
more Voices and variations, as well as greater expressive
control over Voices and effects, and to ensure compatibility of
data well into the future.
GS
GS was developed by the Roland Corporation. In the same
way as Yamaha XG, GS is a major enhancement of the GM
specifically to provide more Voices and Drum kits and their
variations, as well as greater expressive control over Voices
and effects.
Thank you for choosing the Yamaha Clavinova.
In order to make the most of your Clavinova’s performance potential and features, please read this Owner’s
Manual thoroughly, and keep it in a safe place for later reference.
Included Accessories
• Owner’s Manual (this book)
• Data List
• “50 greats for the Piano” (Music Book)
• My Yamaha Product User Registration
The PRODUCT ID on the sheet will be needed when
you fill out the User Registration form.
• AC power cord
• Bench (included or optional depending on
locale)
About the Manuals
This instrument has the following documents and
instructional materials.
 Included Documents
 Online Materials (Downloadable
from the web)
Data List Complete Version
This includes all data lists relevant to the
instrument, including the data lists included
with the instrument, as well as those for Effects,
MIDI-related information and so on.
MIDI Basics (only in English, French
and German)
If you want to know more about MIDI and how
to use it, refer to this introductory book.
These materials are available for downloading from
the internet web site, Yamaha Manual Library. Visit
the following URL, enter “CLP-480” or “MIDI
Basics” to the Model Name box to search for the
above materials.
Yamaha Manual Library
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/
Owner’s Manual (this book)
This document explains how to use the
Clavinova.
• Introduction:
This section explains how to set up and start using your
Clavinova. Setup is so simple, you can start playing right
away.
• Advanced Functions:
This section explains various functions useful for your
practice, such as Preset Song playback and Song
recording.
• Detailed Settings:
This section explains how to make detailed settings for
the Clavinova’s various functions. Refer to this section as
necessary.
• Appendix:
This section introduces Message List, a description of
Preset Voices, and other reference material.
Data List
This document contains lists of XG Voices
and Effect types that can be selected by
[VOICE SETTING].
Included Accessories
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Main Features
Real Grand Expression (RGE) Sound Engine
This lets you enjoy the playing response and expressive capability of a concert grand piano. In addition to providing
smooth tonal changes that respond to your playing touch, it also features a new Smooth Release function which can
clearly enunciate staccato notes and produce the sound of lingering resonance when gently lifting your fingers from the
keys. It succeeds in capturing the essence of a piano performance to create grand piano-like, richly expressive
experiences.
GP Soundboard Speakers for simulating a Grand Piano
This special speaker system, located on the rear panel, will simulate or produce the reverberation and spaciousness of the
sound as if there were the soundboard of a grand piano.
NW (Natural Wood) keyboard with synthetic ivory keytops and Linear Graded
Hammer
The CLP-480 features a keyboard that has the feel of real ivory. The key surface is soft and slightly porous, giving the keys
added grip and a natural friction that lets you play easily. The special Natural Wood keyboard uses real-wood white keys
just as an actual grand piano. Moreover, Linear Graded Hammer features the lower keys are heavy in touch and the
higher keys are light, with all the natural gradations in between. The CLP-480 provides the performance functions and
expressive power found only on grand pianos, such as having repeated plays of the same note perfectly articulated, even
when playing at high speed or with partial key release.
Tri-Amp System
The instrument has a built-in Tri-Amp System that features separate amplification for each speaker range—high, mid,
and low—providing greater clarity and accuracy from each speaker, ensuring optimum volume balance for each octave
range, and letting you enjoy richer, more natural, expansive sound.
Audio Playing and Recording from a USB Flash Memory
Audio files (.wav) saved to a USB storage device such as a USB flash memory can be played back on the instrument.
Moreover, since you can record your performance as audio data to a USB flash memory device, it is possible to listen to
your performance on portable music players, with the data transferred by computer.
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Main Features
Table of Contents
PRECAUTIONS ..................................................4
NOTICE...............................................................6
Included Accessories ...........................................7
About the Manuals ..............................................7
Main Features ......................................................8
Introduction
Panel Controls and Terminals ..........................10
Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a
Piano ..................................................................12
Turning the power on ......................................................12
Music rest...........................................................................13
Music braces ......................................................................14
Adjusting the display contrast — [CONTRAST].........14
Setting the volume — [MASTER VOLUME] ...............14
Using headphones.............................................................15
Realistic soundboard effects
— [S. BOARD SPEAKER] ...............................................15
Using the pedals ................................................................16
Using the metronome — METRONOME [ON/OFF] 17
Touch Response ................................................................17
Introduction to the controls ............................................18
Maintenance ......................................................19
Advanced Functions
Playing various musical instrument sounds
(Voices) ..............................................................20
Selecting Voices.................................................................20
Listening to the Voice Demo Songs ...............................21
Enhancing and customizing the sound
— [BRILLIANCE]/[REVERB]/[CHORUS]..................23
Playing two Voices simultaneously (Dual) ...................24
Splitting the keyboard range and playing two different
Voices (Split mode) ..........................................................25
Playing back Songs ............................................27
Playing back a Song ..........................................................27
Useful playback functions................................................30
Playing a one-hand part
— Part Cancel function (MIDI Songs) ..........................31
Repeat function (MIDI Songs)........................................32
Recording your performance ............................33
Recording method ............................................................33
Recording without specifying the Part
(MIDI/Audio data format) ..............................................34
Multi Recording of specific Parts (MIDI data format)36
Other recording techniques.............................................37
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
........................................................................... 41
Basic File operation.......................................................... 42
Deleting files — “Delete”................................................. 43
Renaming files — “Rename” .......................................... 43
Copying files — “Copy” .................................................. 44
Moving files — “Move” ................................................... 45
Making folders in the USB storage device
— “MakeFolder”............................................................... 45
Formatting a USB storage device — “Format” ............ 46
Converting a MIDI Song to an Audio Song during
playback — “MIDItoAUDIO” ....................................... 46
Confirming the amount of free memory area and all
memory area on the USB storage device
— “DriveProperty” .......................................................... 47
Automatically selecting a Song when connecting the USB
storage device — “SongAutoOpen”............................... 48
Changing the type of characters on the display
— “CharacterCode” ......................................................... 48
Connections ...................................................... 49
Connectors ........................................................................ 49
Connecting a USB storage device .................................. 51
Connecting a computer................................................... 52
Connecting external MIDI devices................................ 53
Detailed Settings
Parameter List ................................................... 54
Detailed settings for recording and playback
— [FILE/SONG SETTING] .............................. 57
Detailed settings for the metronome
— METRONOME [SETTING] ......................... 60
Detailed settings for Voices
— [VOICE SETTING] ...................................... 61
Detailed settings for acoustic effects ................ 67
Other settings — [FUNCTION] ....................... 68
Appendix
Preset Voice List (Detailed) .............................. 75
Message List....................................................... 78
Troubleshooting................................................ 81
Assembling the Clavinova................................. 82
Specifications .................................................... 87
Options.............................................................. 88
Index.................................................................. 89
Table of Contents
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Introduction
Panel Controls and Terminals
Control Panel
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[P] Power switch .......................................page 13
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[MASTER VOLUME] dial..........................page 14
For adjusting the volume level using this dial.
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For repeatedly playing back a single Song or specifying a range
(in beats) within a Song for repeated playback.
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[RIGHT], [LEFT], [EXTRA PARTS] buttons
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[PLAY/PAUSE], [STOP] buttons ...............page 28
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BRILLIANCE [MELLOW] [BRIGHT] buttons
................................................................... page 23
For adjusting the brightness of the sound.
C
[S. BOARD SPEAKER] button ................. page 15
Turns on or off the effect of GP Sound Board Speaker.
D
[FUNCTION] button ................................ page 68
This lets you make detailed settings, such as adjusting the
keyboard touch (Touch Response), making fine adjustments
to the pitch or MIDI settings.
METRONOME [ON/OFF], METRONOME
[SETTING] buttons ........................... pages 17, 60
For using the metronome functions.
[REVERB], [CHORUS] buttons................ page 23
For adding reverb and chorus effects to the sound.
[FILE/SONG SETTING] button ................page 41
For handling Song files. Also lets you make detailed settings
for Song recording and playback.
[SPLIT] button .......................................... page 25
For playing different Voices on the left- and right-hand
sections of the keyboard.
[SONG SELECT] button .................... pages 27, 34
For selecting a Song to play back or edit.
[VOICE SETTING] button ....................... page 61
For making detailed changes to the Voice sound and effects.
For playing back the Preset Songs, your recorded material.
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Voice group buttons .................................. page 20
For selecting Voices.
For recording your keyboard performance.
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[EXIT] button............................................ page 18
Pressing this button returns to the Voice display (main
operation display).
[REPEAT] button .......................................page 32
[REC] button ..............................................page 33
[CONTRAST] knob .................................. page 14
For adjusting the display contrast.
Turns specific Song parts on or off.
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A – D [–] [+] buttons, Display................... page 18
For selecting an item or setting a value shown at the location
corresponding to each of A – D buttons in the display.
[DEMO] button..........................................page 21
Demonstration playback is available for each Voice group.
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[I. A. CONTROL] button...........................page 14
This controls the tonal quality automatically depending on the
volume.
TEMPO [UP] [DOWN] buttons ............... page 17
For changing the tempo (speed) of the Song and metronome.
[SONG BALANCE] slider..........................page 40
This lets you adjust the volume balance between the Song
playback and the sound you are playing on the keyboard.
4
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E
[USB TO DEVICE] terminal..................... page 51
For connecting the instrument to a USB storage device,
allowing you to save the recorded Song to the connected
device and play back the Song on the connected device.
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Panel Controls and Terminals
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Music rest
(page 13)
Music braces
(page 14)
Key cover
(pages 12, 13)
[PHONES] jacks
(page 15)
Terminal panel
(page 49)
Pedals
(page 16)
[AC IN] connector
(page 12)
Rear side
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Panel Controls and Terminals
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Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a Piano
With the full set of pedals and expressive keyboard, this instrument can be played just like a real acoustic
piano. This section shows you how to simply set up the instrument and play it. It also shows you how to use
the built-in metronome, convenient for practice purposes. We’ve also included for your piano-playing
pleasure “50 greats for the Piano” (Music Book) to help you master the instrument.
Turning the power on
1.
Connect the power cable.
First insert the plug of the power cable into the AC connector on this instrument, then plug the other end of the
cable into the proper AC outlet on the wall. For an illustration of the location of the [AC IN] connector, see “Panel
Controls and Terminals” (page 11). In some areas a plug adaptor may be provided to match the pin configuration
of the AC wall outlets in your area.
1-1
1-2
(The shape of plug differs
depending on locale.)
WARNING
• Make sure your instrument is rated for the AC voltage supplied in the area in which it is to be used (voltage rating appears on
the name plate on the bottom panel). In some areas, a voltage selector may be provided on the bottom panel of the main
keyboard unit near the AC IN. Make sure that the voltage selector is set for the voltage in your area. Connecting the unit to
the wrong AC supply can cause serious damage to the internal circuitry and may even pose a shock hazard!
• Use only the AC power cord supplied with your instrument. If the supplied cord is lost or damaged and needs to be replaced,
contact your Yamaha dealer. The use of an inappropriate replacement can pose a fire and shock hazard!
• The type of AC power cord provided with your instrument may be different depending on the country in which it is
purchased. (In some areas a plug adaptor may be provided to match the pin configuration of the AC wall outlets in your
area.) Do NOT modify the plug provided with your instrument. If the plug will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed
by a qualified electrician.
2.
Open the key cover.
Lift the cover slightly, then push and slide it to end
completely so that both the panel buttons and keyboard are
visible. In this condition, you can make various panel
operations such as Voice selection and Song recording/
playback as well as playing the keyboard.
Be careful to avoid catching your fingers
when opening/closing the cover.
You can open the key cover so that only the keyboard
appears. This hides the “electronic” panel controls and lets
you feel as if you’re playing an actual acoustic piano.
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CAUTION
• Do not place objects such as a piece of metal or paper on top of the key cover. Small objects placed on the key cover may fall
inside the unit when the cover is opened and may be nearly impossible to remove. This could cause electric shock, short
circuit, fire or other serious damage to the instrument.
• Hold the cover with both hands when opening or closing it. Do not release it until it is fully opened or closed. Be careful to
avoid catching fingers (yours or others, especially children’s) between the cover and the unit.
NOTICE
Disconnect the optional USB storage device connected to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal before closing the key cover. Closing the cover with the
device still connected may damage the device.
3.
Press the [P] power switch to turn the
power on.
Power switch
The power indicator
lights up.
The display located in the center of the front panel and
the power indicator located below the left end of the
keyboard lights up.
4.
Use the [MASTER VOLUME] dial to adjust the volume.
While playing the keyboard, adjust the volume level. For details, refer to “Setting the volume — [MASTER
VOLUME]” on page 14.
5.
After you use the instrument, press the [P] power switch to turn the power off.
The display and the power indicator are turned off.
CAUTION
Even when the instrument is turned off, electricity is still flowing to the instrument at the minimum level. When you are not
using the instrument for a long time or during electrical storms, make sure you unplug the AC power plug from the wall AC
outlet.
6.
Close the key cover.
Slide the cover toward you and gently lower the cover over the keys.
Music rest
To raise the music rest:
1.
2.
3.
Pull the music rest up and toward yourself as far as it will go.
Flip down the two metal supports at the left and right on the
rear of the music rest.
Lower the music rest so that it rests on the metal supports.
To lower the music rest:
1.
2.
3.
Pull the music rest toward yourself as far as it will go.
Raise the two metal supports (at the rear of the music rest).
Gently lower the music rest backward until it is all the way
down.
CAUTION
Do not try to use the music rest in a half-raised position. Also, when raising or lowering the music rest, do not release your hands
from the music rest until it is all the way up or down.
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Music braces
These braces are for holding the pages of music books in place.
To open
To close
Adjusting the display contrast — [CONTRAST]
You can adjust the contrast of the display by turning the [CONTRAST] knob located to the right of the
display.
Turn this to adjust the display contrast.
CONTRAST
Difference between brightness and darkness.
Setting the volume — [MASTER VOLUME]
To adjust the volume, use the [MASTER VOLUME] dial located at
the left of the panel. Play the keyboard to actually produce sound
while you adjust the volume.
Decreases
the level.
Increases
the level.
MASTER VOLUME:
The volume level of the entire keyboard sound
NOTE
Adjusting the [MASTER VOLUME] dial also affects the output level of the [PHONES] jacks and the output level of the AUX OUT jack.
CAUTION
Do not use the instrument at a high volume level for a long period of time, or your hearing may be damaged.
I.A. Control (Intelligent Acoustic Control)
I.A. Control is a function which automatically adjusts and controls the sound
quality according to the overall volume of the instrument. Even when the volume is
low, it permits both low sounds and high sounds to be clearly heard.
Pressing the [I.A. CONTROL] button turns the function on and off.
When it is on, the lamp lights. I.A. Control is effective only from the sound output of the instrument speakers. You
can also set the depth of I.A. Control. For details, refer to “Detailed settings for acoustic effects” on page 67.
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Using headphones
Connect a pair of headphones to one of the [PHONES] jacks.
When the headphones are plugged into either of the [PHONES]
jacks, the internal speaker system is automatically shut off. Two
[PHONES] jacks are provided. Two sets of standard stereo
headphones can be plugged in. (If you are using only one pair of
headphones, you can plug them into either of these jacks.)
Bottom surface
CAUTION
Do not use headphones at a high volume for an extended period of time.
Doing so may cause hearing loss.
Standard stereo
phone plug
Optional headphones
HPE-160 Yamaha headphones
Using the headphone hanger
You can hang the headphones on the instrument. Install the headphone hanger
using included two screws (4 × 10mm) as shown in the illustration.
NOTICE
Do not hang anything other than the headphones on the hanger. Otherwise, the instrument or the hanger
may be damaged.
Realistic soundboard effects — [S. BOARD SPEAKER]
This special speaker system, located on the rear side, effectively reproduces the reverberation
and spaciousness of the sound of the soundboard on an actual grand piano.
Press the [S. BOARD SPEAKER] button to turn the function on and off.
When it is on, the lamp lights.
To ensure optimum performance of the GP Soundboard Speaker function, place the instrument so that the rear
side of the instrument is 1– 2 cm away from the wall.
You can also set the depth of GP Soundboard Speaker. For details, refer to “Detailed settings for acoustic effects”
on page 67.
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Using the pedals
This instrument is equipped with three foot pedals: damper pedal (right),
sostenuto pedal (center), and soft pedal (left).
Damper pedal (right pedal)
When you press the damper pedal, the notes you play
have a longer sustain. When you select a Grand Piano
Voice, pressing the damper pedal activates the
instrument’s special “Sustain Samples” to accurately
recreate the unique resonance of an acoustic grand
piano’s soundboard and strings. You can set the depth of
the Sustain Sampling (page 71).
NOTE
For details about the Grand
Piano Voices to which the
Sustain Sampling can be
applied, refer to Preset Voice
List (detailed) on page 75.
When you press the damper
pedal here, the notes you
play before you release the
pedal have a longer sustain.
NOTE
You can assign other functions
to each pedal by using
“RPedalFunc,” ”CPedalFunc”
and ”LPedalFunc” in Voice
Setting (page 65).
Half-pedal function
This instrument also has a Half-pedal function which allows you to use half-damper
techniques, in which the damper is pressed somewhere between all the way down and
all the way up. In this half-damper state (on a real piano), the damper felts only
partially mute the strings. The Half-pedal function on the Clavinova lets you delicately
and expressively control the damper muting, and create subtle nuances in your
performance. It also lets you finely control the point at which pressure on the pedal
affects the damper muting. (Refer to “Other settings — [FUNCTION]” on page 70.)
NOTE
GP Responsive Damper Pedal
The damper pedal of this instrument is the GP Responsive Damper Pedal. This special
pedal has been designed to provide enhanced tactile response and, when pressed, is
much closer in feel to the pedal of an actual grand piano. It makes it easier to
physically experience the half-pedal point and more easily apply the half-pedal effect
than other pedals. Since the pressing sensation may vary depending on the situation,
including the location where the instrument is installed, you should adjust the halfpedal point to the desired setting (page 70).
Sostenuto pedal (center pedal)
If you play a note or chord on the keyboard and press the
sostenuto pedal while holding the note(s), the notes will
sustain as long as the pedal is held. All subsequent notes
will not sustain.
Soft pedal (left pedal)
When you press the sostenuto
pedal here while holding the
note(s), the notes will sustain
as long as you hold the pedal.
The soft pedal reduces the volume and slightly changes the timbre of notes played
while the pedal is pressed. The soft pedal will not affect notes that are already playing
when it is pressed. When you wish to apply this effect, play notes after pressing the
pedal.
Keep in mind that this pedal function will be changed from the Soft pedal depending
on the selected Voice. When the Jazz Organ or Mellow Organ is selected, pressing
and releasing this pedal switches between “fast” and “slow” of the Rotary Speaker
speed (“RotarySpeed” on page 64). When the Vibraphone is selected, this pedal
switches between on and off of the Vibrato (“VibeRotorOnOff ” on page 64).
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The pedals are covered with
vinyl covers when shipped
from the factory. For optimum
use of the GP Responsive
Damper Pedal, we
recommend that you remove
the cover from the damper
pedal.
NOTE
While the sostenuto (center)
pedal is held, the Voices in the
[PIPE ORGAN], [JAZZ
ORGAN], [STRINGS], [CHOIR]
and some Voices in the [XG]
may sound continuously
without decay after the notes
have been released.
NOTE
The center pedal or left pedal
can be used as equivalent to
the [PLAY/PAUSE] button on
the panel by setting the
“PedalPlay/Pause” parameter
(page 70).
Using the metronome — METRONOME [ON/OFF]
The instrument has a built-in metronome (a device that keeps an accurate tempo) that is a convenient tool
for practice.
1 2
TEMPO [DOWN] [UP] buttons
1.
Press the METRONOME [ON/OFF] button to start the
metronome.
Adjusting the tempo
Press the TEMPO [DOWN] or [UP] button to call up the tempo in the display.
Tempo
120
To adjust the tempo (number of beats per minute: 5 – 500), use the TEMPO
[DOWN]/[UP] or the D [–]/[+] buttons. To reset the tempo to the default setting
(120), press the [DOWN] and [UP] buttons or the D [–] and [+] buttons
simultaneously.
Press the [EXIT] button to return to the Voice display.
2.
NOTE
You can set the time signature,
metronome volume, and
metronome sound using the
METRONOME [SETTING]
button (page 60).
Press the METRONOME [ON/OFF] button to stop the
metronome.
Touch Response
You can specify the Touch Response (how the sound responds to the way you play the keys). You should
adjust this setting according to the specific Voice you’re playing or the particular Song you’re performing, as
desired. For information about how to make settings, refer to “Other settings — [FUNCTION]” on page 68.
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Introduction to the controls
This instrument has many buttons and controls — so many that you may feel overwhelmed at first. However,
once you understand the basic operations, you’ll find the instrument is very easy to use.
Selecting the item/parameter and changing the value
Each function may have many items or parameters from which you can choose. To select an item or
parameter, press one of the A [–][+] – D [–][+] buttons. Each parameter in the display corresponds to the A
[–][+] – D [–][+] button next to it.
GrandPiano
Vibraphone
Harpsi.8'
WoodBass
Resetting the value to the default setting
If you’ve changed the parameter values or settings, you may want to reset them to their default settings. To do
this, simply press the [–][+] buttons simultaneously.
MetronomeVolume
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The TEMPO and BRILLIANCE buttons are the same shape as the A [–][+] – D [–][+] buttons. You can reset
the related values or parameters by simultaneously pressing buttons of this shape.
Executing or canceling the operation
When a prompt is shown on the upper right of the display, press the B [+ (YES)] / B [– (NO)] button to
execute or cancel the operation.
NO: cancel
YES: execute
Format
USB1
Start?_>
Returning to the Voice display (main operation display)
After you’ve used a function and want to exit from it, press the [EXIT] button.
Grand Piano
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Maintenance
To keep your Clavinova in optimum condition, we recommend
that you periodically follow the maintenance points below.
Instrument and Bench Maintenance
• When cleaning the instrument, use a soft, dry or slightly damp cloth.
NOTICE
Do not use paint thinners, solvents, cleaning fluids, or chemical-impregnated wiping cloths.
If you are using a model with a polished finish, gently remove dust and dirt with a soft cloth. Do not
wipe too hard since small particles of dirt can scratch the instrument’s finish.
To keep the surface polished, apply commercially available piano polisher to a soft cloth and wipe the
instrument’s surface with it. Then, polish it with a separate cloth. Before using any piano polisher,
make sure to read the instructions for proper usage.
• Tighten the screws of the instrument and bench periodically.
Bench Height Adjustment (for applicable benches)
The bench height can be adjusted by rotating the handle. Rotating clockwise heightens the bench.
(Before shipment, the handle is firmly fastened.)
Pedal Cleaning
As with an acoustic piano, pedals may become tarnished over years of use. When this occurs, polish the
pedal with a compound designed for piano pedals. Before using the compound, make sure to read the
instructions for proper usage.
Tuning
Unlike an acoustic piano, the instrument does not need to be tuned. It always stays perfectly in tune.
Transporting
You can transport the instrument along with other belongings. You can move the unit as it is
(assembled) or you can disassemble the unit down to the condition it was in when you first took it out of
the box. Transport the keyboard horizontally. Do not lean it up against a wall or stand it up on its side.
Do not subject the instrument to excessive vibration or shock.
When transporting the assembled instrument, make sure all screws are properly tightened and have not
been loosened by moving the instrument.
NOTE
To ensure optimum performance of the GP Soundboard Speaker function, place the instrument so that the rear side
of the instrument is 1 – 2 cm away from the wall.
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Advanced Functions
Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
In addition to the wonderfully realistic piano sounds, you can select and play other musical instrument
sounds (Voices), such as organ or stringed instruments.
Selecting Voices
2
1.
2.
1 Voice group buttons
Press one of the Voice group buttons to select a Voice group.
To learn about the
characteristics of the Voices,
listen to Demo Songs for each
Voice group (page 21). Refer to
“Preset Voice List (detailed)” on
page 75 for more information
on the characteristics of each
Preset Voice.
Use A [–]/[+] buttons to select a Voice.
Refer to the Preset Voice list below.
3.
Play the keyboard.
NOTE
Preset Voice List
Voice group
GRAND PIANO1
GRAND PIANO2
GRAND PIANO3
GRAND PIANO4
E.PIANO1
E.PIANO2
HARPSICHORD
VIBRAPHONE
PIPE ORGAN
No.
Voice name
1
Grand Piano
2
Ballad Grand
3
Rock Piano
4
HonkyTonk Piano
5
6
7
Bright Grand
8
Pop Grand
Voice group
JAZZ ORGAN
No.
Voice name
24
Jazz Organ
25
Rotary Organ
26
Mellow Organ
27
Strings
Mellow Grand
28
Synth Strings
Warm Grand
29
Slow Strings
9
Live Grand
10
Dynamic Grand
11
DX E.Piano
12
Synth Piano
13
Stage E.Piano
14
Vintage E.Piano
STRINGS
CHOIR
SYNTH.PAD
GUITAR
BASS
30
Choir
31
Slow Choir
32
Scat
33
Synth Pad 1
34
Synth Pad 2
35
Nylon Guitar
36
Steel Guitar
37
Wood Bass
15
Harpsichord 8'
38
Bass & Cymbal
16
Harpsichord 8'+4'
39
Electric Bass
40
Fretless Bass
17
Vibraphone
18
Marimba
19
Celesta
20
Pipe Organ Principal
21
Pipe Organ Tutti
22
Pipe Organ Flute 1
23
Pipe Organ Flute 2
XG
XG Voice
*For details on XG Voices, refer to the “XG Voice list” (Data List Complete Version which is
downloadable from the Yamaha website).
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Advanced Functions
Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
Touch Response (page 17) will
not be applied to some Voices.
For information about Voices to
which Touch Response can be
applied, refer to “Preset Voice
List (detailed)” on page 75.
If you select XG in step 1
Because the XG Voice group has an extremely large number of Voices, the group is
divided into sub-groups. You can select XG Voices in the conventional way with
steps 1 and 2 on page 20; however, if you follow the instructions below, you can
select these Voices more efficiently.
1.
Press the A [–] and [+] buttons simultaneously so that the current
XG Voice group and the current XG Voice are shown in two rows.
2.
Use A [–][+] buttons to select the Voice sub-group in the XG Voice
group.
3.
Use C [–][+] buttons to select the desired Voice.
NOTE
XG is a major enhancement of
the GM System level 1 format
(page 6), and was developed
by Yamaha specially to
provide more Voices and
variations, as well as greater
expressive control over Voices
and effects, and to ensure
compatibility of data well into
the future.
Listening to the Voice Demo Songs
For each Voice group, the instrument contains one Demo Song that showcases the special characteristics of
the corresponding Voices.
Voice group
Title
Composer
GRAND PIANO1
Valse op.34-1 “Valse Brillante”
F. F. Chopin
GRAND PIANO2
Intermezzo, 6 Stücke, op.118-2
J. Brahms
HARPSICHORD
Concerto a cembalo obbligato, 2 violini, viola e continuo No.7, BWV.1058
J. S. Bach
PIPE ORGAN
Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes-Sohn, BWV.601
J. S. Bach
The demonstration Songs listed above are short rearranged excerpts the original compositions. All other Songs are original (©2011
Yamaha Corporation).
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Voice group buttons
1, 3
1.
Press the [DEMO] button to call up the Demo mode.
The “VoiceDemo” display is shown.
VoiceDemo
Select voice button
Mode:
A mode is a status under which
you can execute a certain
function. In Demo mode, you
can play back demonstration
Songs.
The indicators of the Voice group buttons will flash in succession.
2.
Press the desired Voice group button to start playback of the
Demo Song.
The Demo Songs will play back consecutively from the upper left Voice group
button until you stop the playback.
3.
Press the [STOP] button to stop playback.
This operation lets you exit from the Demo mode.
Advanced Functions
Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
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Listening to the Piano Demo (using sampling
technology) and GP Soundboard Speaker Demo
1.
Press the [DEMO] button then the A [+] button.
The “PianoDemo” display is shown.
2.
Press the desired Voice group button to start playback.
The Piano Demos are assigned to the Voice group buttons as shown in the
following table.
3.
Press the [DEMO] button to stop playback.
You can also stop playback by pressing the [EXIT] or [STOP] button.
Sampling technology
Piano demo
Stereo Sampling
GRAND PIANO1
Mono Sampling
GRAND PIANO2
Sustain Sampling
Key-off Sampling
String Resonance
GP Soundboard Speaker
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Voice group buttons
Advanced Functions
Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
With
GRAND PIANO3
No (Without)
GRAND PIANO4
With
E.PIANO1
No (Without)
E.PIANO2
With
HARPSICHORD
No (Without)
VIBRAPHONE
With (On)
PIPE ORGAN
No (Without)
JAZZ ORGAN
NOTE
For information about the GP
Soundboard Speaker, refer to
page 15.
NOTE
For explanation about the each
sampling and details about the
Voices to which the sampling
can be applied, refer to Preset
Voice List (detailed) on page
75. Refer to page 71 to set the
depth of the sampling effect on
the Voices.
Enhancing and customizing the sound — [BRILLIANCE]/[REVERB]/
[CHORUS]
Three different effects are provided to enhance the sounds of the keyboard. Applying these effects gives you
greater and richer expressive capabilities.
[CHORUS] button
[REVERB] button
BRILLIANCE [MELLOW] [BRIGHT] buttons
[BRILLIANCE]
You can use this control to adjust the brilliance of the tone. This setting is applied
commonly to all Voices.
Press the BRILLIANCE [MELLOW]/[BRIGHT] buttons to select the
desired tonality.
Default setting: Normal
NOTE
Brilliance
Normal
• Mellow1 – 3
Soft and mellow tone. The sound becomes more mellow and rounder as the
number increases.
If you select Bright1 – 3 as the
type of brilliance, the volume
level will increase slightly.
Under this condition, if you
raise the [MASTER VOLUME]
dial setting, the sound may
become distorted. If this
happens, lower the volume
accordingly.
• Normal
Standard tone.
• Bright1 – 3
Bright tone. The sound becomes brighter as the number increases.
[REVERB]
Default setting: ON
This control adds reverberation to the sound by simulating the natural
reverberation of a concert hall.
NOTE
Pressing the [REVERB] button repeatedly toggles the reverb on and off.
Even if the reverb effect is turned off, a “soundboard reverb” effect will be applied
when the Voice in the [GRAND PIANO1]–[GRAND PIANO4] is selected.
[CHORUS]
You can select a reverb type
via the Reverb Type parameter
in the “VOICE SETTING” menu,
and adjust the reverb depth for
the selected Voice via the
Reverb Send parameter. (See
page 62.)
Default setting:
The default chorus on/off
setting is different for each
Voice.
This control adds warmth and spaciousness to the sound.
Pressing the [CHORUS] button repeatedly toggles the chorus on and off.
You can also turn the chorus effect on and off by setting “ChorusOnOff ” parameter
in Voice Setting on page 63. The [CHORUS] ON/OFF button setting on the panel is
temporary. That is, if you select another Voice, the chorus setting for the previous
Voice is cancelled. The Chorus On Off parameter setting is saved for each Voice.
That is, if you select a given Voice, the chorus setting is automatically turned on or
off according to the saved chorus setting.
NOTE
You can select a chorus type
via the Chorus Type parameter
in the “VOICE SETTING” menu,
and adjust the chorus depth for
the selected Voice via the
Chorus Send parameter. (See
page 63.)
Advanced Functions
Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
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Playing two Voices simultaneously (Dual)
Two Voices can be played simultaneously. You can create warm and richly textured Voices by using Voices
from different groups simultaneously in a layer, or by using Voices in the same group.
2-1
2-2
1, 3
Using Voices in different Voice groups
1.
2.
Press two different Voice group buttons simultaneously to
enter the Dual mode.
Voice 2
Grand Piano
Vibraphone
The Voice which is displayed on left side is called Voice 1, and that on the right side
is called Voice 2.
Select the Voices for layering.
2-1
2-2
3.
Voice 1
Use the A [–][+] buttons to select Voice 1.
Use the B [– (NO)][+ (YES)] buttons to select Voice 2.
After selecting, play the keyboard.
To exit from the Dual mode, press any Voice group button.
Using Voices in the same Voice group
1.
2.
Press the desired Voice group button.
Select the Voices for layering.
2-1
2-2
Use the A [–][+] buttons to select Voice 1.
Press the B [– (NO)] or [+ (YES)] button to enter the Dual mode
then use the B [– (NO)][+ (YES)] buttons to select Voice 2.
Voice 1
DX E.Piano
3.
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Voice 2
Synth Piano
After selecting, play the keyboard.
To exit from the Dual mode, press any Voice group button.
Advanced Functions
Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
Voice group buttons
Splitting the keyboard range and playing two different Voices (Split mode)
Split mode enables you to play two different Voices on the keyboard — one with the left hand and another
with the right hand. For example, you can play a bass part using the Voice in the [BASS] with the left hand,
and a melody with the right hand.
1-2
1-1, 2-1 Voice group buttons
2-2
1.
2-1, 3, 4
Select a Voice for the right-hand area.
1-1
1-2
2.
3
Press the desired Voice group button.
Use the A [–][+] buttons to select a Voice.
Enter the Split mode to select a Voice for the left-hand area.
2-1
2-2
Hold down the [SPLIT] button, and press one of the Voice group
buttons to select the Voice group for the left-hand area.
Use the C [–][+] buttons to select the left-hand Voice.
Voice for the right hand
Grand Piano
Wood Bass
Voice for the left hand
3.
Hold down the [SPLIT] button, then use the D [–][+]
buttons to specify the split point (the border between the
right- and left-hand range).
Alternatively, hold down the [SPLIT] button and press the key you wish to assign as
the split point.
NOTE
A specified “split point” key is
included in the left-hand range.
NOTE
The split point can also be set
by the [FUNCTION] parameter
“SplitPoint” (page 70).
SplitPoint
F#2
The default setting of the split point is “F 2.”
Center “C”
After setting, play the keyboard.
4.
Press the [SPLIT] button to exit from the Split mode.
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Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
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Using Dual and Split simultaneously
Voice 1 for the right hand
GrandPiano
Vibraphone
Voice 1 for the left hand
Voice 2 for the right hand
Harpsi.8'
WoodBass
Voice 2 for the left hand
Select a Voice(s) for the right-hand area
When not using Dual (Voice 1 for the right-hand area)
For information on selecting a Voice, see page 20.
When using Dual (Voice 1 and 2 for the right-hand area)
For information on selecting Voices, see page 24.
Select a Voice(s) for the left-hand area
When not using Dual (Voice 1 for the left-hand area)
1. Hold down the [SPLIT] button, and press one of the Voice group buttons to
select the Voice group for the left-hand area.
2. Use the C [–][+] buttons to select the left-hand Voice.
When using Dual (Voice 1 and 2 for the left-hand area)
• Using Voices in different Voice groups
1. Hold down the [SPLIT] button, press two different Voice group buttons
simultaneously to enter the Dual mode.
2. Select the Voices for layering.
2-1 Use the C [–][+] buttons to select Voice 1.
2-2 Use the D [– (NO)][+ (YES)] buttons to select Voice 2.
• Using Voices in the same Voice group
1. Hold down the [SPLIT] button, and press the desired Voice group button.
2. Select the Voices for layering.
2-1 Use the C [–][+] buttons to select Voice 1.
2-2 Press the D [– (NO)] or [+ (YES)] button to enter the Dual mode then
use the D [– (NO)][+ (YES)] buttons to select Voice 2.
Press the [SPLIT] button to exit from the Split mode, or press any Voice group button
from the Dual mode.
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Playing various musical instrument sounds (Voices)
Playing back Songs
This instrument can play Preset Songs, Songs you recorded on this instrument, or commercially available
Songs. In addition to listening to these Songs, you can play the keyboard as the Song plays back.
MIDI Songs and Audio Songs
There are two kinds of Songs that can be recorded and played back on this instrument: MIDI Songs and Audio
Songs.
A MIDI Song is comprised of your keyboard performance information and is not a recording of the actual sound
itself. The performance information refers to which keys are played, at what timing, and at what strength—just as in
a musical score. Based on the recorded performance information, the tone generator (of the Clavinova, etc.)
outputs the corresponding sound. A MIDI Song uses a small amount of data capacity in comparison to audio song,
and allows you to easily change aspects of the sound, such as Voices used, etc.
An Audio Song is a recording of the performed sound itself. This data is recorded in the same way as that used in
recording cassette tapes, or with voice recorders, etc. This data can be played with a portable music player, etc.,
allowing you to easily let other people hear your performance.
For a general overview of MIDI and how you can effectively use it, refer to “MIDI Basics” (downloadable from the
Yamaha website).
You can play back the following types of Songs in this instrument.
• Preset Songs (50 Piano Preset Songs)
• Your own recorded Songs (see page 33 for instructions on recording)
• Commercially available MIDI Song data: SMF (Standard MIDI File) or ESEQ
NOTE
For information on compatible
data formats, refer to page 6.
The maximum size for playback on this instrument is approx. 550KB per single MIDI
Song.
• Commercially available Audio Song data: WAV (file extension = .wav with 44.1
kHz sample rate, 16 bit resolution, stereo, and maximum 80 minutes length)
Playing back a Song
If you wish to play back the Song in a USB storage device, read “Connecting a USB storage device” (page 51),
then connect a USB storage device to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal.
1
1.
2.
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2-1
2-2
5
Press the [SONG SELECT] button to enter the Song mode.
Select a Song to be played back.
2-1
Use the A [–][+] buttons to select a drive (data location).
NOTE
Change the instrument’s
character type
“CharacterCode” as
appropriate for the selected
Song (page 48).
Drive
USB1
U1_ 001 : Song001
Bar 001
_ /_
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Playing back Songs
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Drives (data location)
• PRESET
NOTE
You can select the Preset Songs (50 Piano Preset Songs). You can also refer to
the included “50 greats for the Piano” (Music Book) that contains the scores.
• MEMORY
You can select your own recorded MIDI Songs on this instrument as well as
MIDI Songs copied from the USB storage device to this instrument.
• USB1
This appears only when USB storage device(s) is connected to the [USB TO
DEVICE] terminal. You can select the MIDI Songs in the USB storage device.
The indications USB1, USB2, etc. will be displayed depending on the number
of the connected devices.
• USB AUDIO
This appears only when USB storage device(s) is connected to the [USB TO
DEVICE] terminal. You can select the Audio Songs in the USB storage device
(USB1).
2-2
Use the C [–]/[+] buttons to select a Song or folder.
If a Song is selected, the Song type and number are shown to the left of the
colon while the Song name is shown to the right. If a folder is selected, “FLD”
is shown to the left of the colon while the folder name is shown to the right.
If a Song or folder name is too
long to be shown at one time,
press the [SONG SELECT]
button to show the entire name
(up to 46 one-byte characters)
at one time. To select a Song
easier or more smoothly, it is a
good idea to shorten the Song
name on a computer
beforehand.
NOTE
The “” and “” indicators
may be displayed in the lower
right of the screen. In this case,
you can use the D [+] button to
open the folder. Press the D [–]
button to shift to the upper
level.
NOTE
“-----: New Song” is a blank
Song file provided for you to
record your performance
(page 34).
Drive
PRESET
P_003 :Gavotte
Song type and number
(or “FLD”)
Bar 001
_ /_
Song name (or folder name)
For information about the letter prefixes in the Song number indicating the
Song types, refer to page 41.
3.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback.
MIDI Song playback display
USB1
U1_ 001 : Song001
Current measure number
Bar 005
_ /_
NOTE
If a Song has been selected,
the Song tempo is used. The
setting of “Using the
metronome” (page 17) will be
ignored.
NOTE
Useful playback functions are
described on page 30.
NOTE
Audio Song playback display
USB AUDIO
A_ 001 : Song002
Current elapsed time
00:05
_ /_
You can play the keyboard along with Song playback. You can also change the Voice
for your keyboard performance. To adjust the volume balance between your
keyboard performance and Song playback, use the [SONG BALANCE] slider (page
40).
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The metronome can be used
during playback. The
metronome will automatically
stop when playback is
stopped.
Pause
Pressing the [PLAY/PAUSE] button will stop playback at the current position.
Pressing the [PLAY/PAUSE] button again will start playback from that position.
While playback is being paused, the measure number or elapsed time at right
corner of the display will flash.
Rewind/Fast forward
Pressing the B [– (NO)] or [+ (YES)] button will move back or forth through the
bars during playback or while playback is paused. During playback, press the C [–]
button to start playback of the previous Song, and press the C [+] button to start
playback of the next Song.
Tempo control (MIDI Songs)
Press the TEMPO [DOWN]/[UP] buttons to adjust the playback tempo of the
MIDI Songs. The original tempo of the current Song can be recalled by pressing the
[DOWN] and [UP] buttons simultaneously. Press the [SONG SELECT] button to
return to the song selection display.
Tempo
4.
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Stop playback.
Press the [STOP] button to stop playback.
Even if you don’t press the [STOP] button, the Song stops automatically when Song
playback reaches the end.
5.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Song mode.
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Playing back Songs
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Useful playback functions
This section introduces additional playback functions useful for practice and playing.
Playing a one-hand part — Part Cancel function (MIDI
Songs)
You can practice the left hand part by playing back only the RIGHT part while
you can practice the right hand part by playing back only the LEFT part. Refer to
page 31 for the instructions.
Repeat function (MIDI Songs)
With this function, a single entire Song or a specified range of the current Song
can be played back repeatedly. It is a good idea to use this function and the Part
Cancel function (above) for practicing difficult phrases. Refer to page 32 for
instructions.
Starting playback automatically as soon as you play the
keyboard
In the special mode called “Sync Start,” pressing any note of the keyboard will
start Song playback. To call up the Sync Start mode, select a song and then press
the [PLAY/PAUSE] button while holding down the [STOP] button. The [PLAY/
PAUSE] lamp will flash at the current tempo. (Press the [STOP] button to
disengage the Sync Start mode.)
Playback will then start as soon as you begin playing the keyboard.
Starting/pausing playback by using a pedal
You can assign the Song Play/Pause function (equivalent to the [PLAY/PAUSE]
button) to the center or the left pedal in the Function mode (page 70). This is
convenient for starting or pausing playback when you are performing and can’t
take your hands from the keyboard.
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Playing back Songs
Playing Back an Audio
Song Repeatedly
It is possible to play a single
entire Song repeatedly;
however, designating and
repeatedly playing back a
specific range in a Song
cannot be done. For
instructions on playing a Song
repeatedly, see “SongRepeat”
in File/Song Setting on page
57.
Playing a one-hand part — Part Cancel function (MIDI Songs)
Some MIDI Songs such as Preset Songs are divided into the right hand and left hand parts. By using such
Song data, you can practice the left hand by turning on only the right hand part, and practice the right hand
by turning on only the left hand part — allowing you to practice parts separately for easy mastery of difficult
material.
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1.
Select a Song to be practiced.
For information on selecting a Song, see page 27.
2.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback.
Play and practice the part you just turned off while listening to the playback part as
a guide.
4.
The parts can be turned on or
off even during playback.
NOTE
Press the [RIGHT] or [LEFT] button to turn off the
corresponding part.
Both the [RIGHT] and [LEFT] lamps light when the Song is selected. Turn off the
desired part (you want to practice). Pressing each button will switch playback status
between on and off.
3.
NOTE
Usually, Channel 1 is assigned
to the [RIGHT] button, Channel
2 is assigned to the [LEFT]
button, and Channels 3 – 16
are assigned to the [EXTRA
PARTS] button. However, the
assignments may differ
depending on the particular
Song. Try pressing other
buttons, when the target part's
on and off does not change,
even when you press the
proper button.
NOTE
Stop playback.
Press the [STOP] button to stop playback. Even if you don’t press the [STOP]
button, the Song stops automatically when Song playback reaches the end.
Whenever you select another
MIDI Song, both parts are
automatically turned on.
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Playing back Songs
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Repeat function (MIDI Songs)
You can play a single entire Song or a specified range of the current Song can be played back repeatedly. This
is convenient for repeatedly practicing difficult phrases.
Playing back a Song repeatedly
1.
NOTE
Select a Song.
For information on selecting a Song, see page 27.
2.
You can also play back a Song
repeatedly by setting the
“SongRepeat” parameter in
File/Song Setting on page 57.
Press the [REPEAT] button to turn on the Repeat function.
The [REPEAT] lamp flashes.
3.
4.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start Repeat playback.
Press the [STOP] button to stop playback, then press the
[REPEAT] button to turn off the Repeat function.
The [REPEAT] lamp is turned off.
Selecting another MIDI Song automatically turns off the Repeat function.
Specifying a range of measures and playing them back
repeatedly (A-B Repeat)
1.
Select a Song.
For information on selecting a Song, see page 27.
2.
3.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback.
Specify the repeat range.
3-1
3-2
Press the [REPEAT] button at the Starting point (A) of the range
to be repeated.
Press the [REPEAT] button again at the Ending point (B).
After an automatic lead-in (to help guide you into the phrase), the range from point
A to point B is played back repeatedly.
4.
Press the [STOP] button to stop playback, then press the
[REPEAT] button to turn off the Repeat function.
The [REPEAT] lamp is turned off.
Selecting another MIDI Song automatically turns off the Repeat function.
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Playing back Songs
Specifying the top of a
Song as point A
Press the [REPEAT] button,
start playback, then press the
[REPEAT] button again to
specify point B.
Specifying the end of a
Song as point B
Specifying only the point A
results in repeat playback
between the point A and the
Song end (as the point B).
Recording your performance
This instrument allows you to record your performance in the following two data formats.
MIDI data format
Recorded performances are saved as an SMF (format 0) MIDI Song. Two types of recording methods are
available: Recording without specifying the Part, and Multi Recording, which lets you record specific Parts.
You can also re-record only the specified range in case your performance was not satisfactory, or even change
the Voice or tempo. The maximum size for recording on this instrument is approx. 550KB per single MIDI
Song.
Audio data format
Recorded performances are saved as Audio Songs. Recording is done without specifying the recorded part.
Since it is saved in stereo WAV format of normal CD-quality resolution (44.1 kHz/16 bit), it can be
transmitted to and played on portable music players by using a computer. This instrument’s recordable time
is up to 80 minutes per single Audio recording.
If you wish to record on a USB storage device, read “Connecting a USB storage device” (page 51) then follow
the instructions below after connecting the USB storage device to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal.
For details about the difference between MIDI Songs and Audio Songs, refer to page 27.
Recording method
As described above, two methods are available.
Recording without specifying the Part (MIDI/Audio data format)
..................................................................................................... page 34
With MIDI data format recording, the performance will be recorded to Part 1.
Multi Recording of specific Parts (MIDI data format) .............. page 36
This lets you record the right, left and extra parts separately. Since you can
record the left part while playing back the right, this is useful for recording both
parts of a duet. Since you can record up to sixteen parts separately, record the
performance of each instrument part one by one and create fully orchestrated
compositions.
Part 1
[RIGHT] corresponds to Part 1. Record the right-hand
part to [RIGHT].
Part 2
[LEFT] corresponds to Part 2. Record the left-hand
part to [LEFT].
NOTE
(For Multi Recording)
Depending on the Song, such
as commercially available
Song data, Part assignment to
each button may be different
from the illustration shown at
left.
Part 3
Part 4
[EXTRA PARTS] corresponds to Parts 3 – 16.
Record Parts 3 – 16 in addition to Parts 1 and 2
when you are recording a Song which has many
parts, such as that of an ensemble or orchestra.
Part 16
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Refer to the following table concerning the relation between data format, recording method, and recording
destination (Drive).
Recording Method
Recording without specifying the
Part
Data format
MIDI Song
Recording destination (Drive)
Multi Recording of specific Parts
Yes
Yes
MEMORY/USB1*
MEMORY/USB1*
Yes
No
USB AUDIO
—
Audio Song
Recording destination (Drive)
* The Song cannot be recorded to the PRESET drive. The MEMORY drive will be selected automatically even if you try selecting the PRESET drive.
Recording without specifying the Part (MIDI/Audio data format)
1-1
3
1-2
4 2 6 5, 7
1
Select a Drive as recording destination.
1-1
1-2
Press the [SONG SELECT] button.
Use the A [–]/[+] button to select the Drive as recording
destination.
For details about the four Drives, data format and recording method, refer to the
table above.
2.
Simultaneously press the [REC] and [STOP] buttons to
create an empty new Song.
When the MIDI recording (“MEMORY” or “USB1”) is selected in step 1:
MEMORY
M_____ : NewSong
Bar 001
_ /_
Empty new Song file
When the Audio recording (“USB AUDIO”) is selected in step 1:
USB AUDIO
A_____ : NewAudio
00:00
_ /_
Empty new Song file
NOTICE
If you select a Song other than “New Song” and “New Audio” as recording destination,
recording will overwrite and erase the already-recorded data.
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3.
4.
Select the desired Voice and other parameters, such as time
signature, for recording.
NOTE
For instructions on selecting a Voice, refer to page 20. If necessary, set other parameters,
such as time signature and effects, in this step.
NOTE
Press the [REC] button to call up the Record mode.
When MIDI recording (“MEMORY” or “USB1”) is selected in step 1, the [REC],
[RIGHT] and [PLAY/PAUSE] lamps flash. When Audio recording (“USB AUDIO”) is
selected in step 1, the [REC], [RIGHT], [LEFT], [EXTRA PARTS] and [PLAY/PAUSE]
lamps flash. In both cases, the [PLAY/PAUSE] lamp flashes according to the current
tempo.
(To exit from this status, press the [REC] or [STOP] button again.)
When MIDI recording (“MEMORY” or “USB1”) is selected in step 1:
Record standby display
The Song Balance will not be
recorded.
With MIDI data format
recording, the performance
will be recorded to Part 1.
However, in the Dual/Split
mode, the parts assigned for
recording and the parts
actually used for recording are
different. Refer to page 40 for
details.
NOTE
You can use the metronome
while recording although the
metronome sound will not be
recorded.
NOTE
SongRecording
M _____ : NewSong
Bar 001
When Audio recording (“USB AUDIO”) is selected in step 1:
Record standby display
The lamp of a Part with data is
lit in green. The lamp
indications and the data status
are as follows.
On (green): Contains data
Flashing (red): Part is enabled
for recording
Off: Contains no data
NOTE
AudioRecording
A _____ : NewAudio001
5.
00:00
Start recording.
To stop recording in the middle
of a MIDI Song, press the
[PLAY/PAUSE] button. To
resume recording, press the
[PLAY/PAUSE] button again or
play a note on the keyboard.
NOTE
When MIDI recording (“MEMORY” or “USB1”) is selected in step 1:
Recording begins automatically as soon as you play a note on the keyboard.
When you wish to record an empty section at the start of the Song, press the [PLAY/
PAUSE] button to start recording. While recording, the current measure number is
shown.
Record display
Measure number in recording
SongRecording
M _____ : NewSong
Bar 012
With Audio recording, audio
signals via the AUX In jack are
also recorded.
NOTE
With Audio recording,
distorted sound may be
produced if the Voice Volume
(page 61) is set to the value
higher than the default setting.
Make sure to set the Voice
Volume to the default value or
less before recording.
Pressing the D [–] and [+]
buttons simultaneously will
restore the default value.
NOTE
When Audio recording (“USB AUDIO”) is selected in step 1:
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start recording. While recording, the elapsed time is
shown.
Record display
Elapsed time
AudioRecording
A _____ : NewAudio001
6.
00:12
If a “Device (media) busy”
message appears on the
display during Audio
recording, the operation will
end automatically and the
recording data before the end
is saved. When such a case
occurs, format the USB
storage device then try the
recording operation again. For
details about the Format, refer
to page 46.
NOTE
Press the [STOP] button to stop recording.
This operation lets you exit from the Record mode then the Song is automatically saved
to a destination Song created in step 2. When Save is completed, the display returns to
the song selection display.
The recorded Songs are
named automatically, but you
can rename Songs as you like
(page 43).
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7.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to play back the recorded
Song.
Multi Recording of specific Parts (MIDI data format)
2-3 2
2-1
2-1
2, 2-3 4 3, 5
1.
2.
2-2
Make the necessary settings by following steps 1 – 3 in
“Recording without specifying the Part” (page 34).
Specify the recording part and call up the Record mode.
When recording to the right (Part 1) or left (Part 2) part:
Hold down the [REC] button and press the [RIGHT] or [LEFT] button.
When recording to the extra parts (Parts 3 – 16):
2-1
2-2
Press the [FILE/SONG SETTING] button and press the A [–]/[+]
button to display “RecExtraPartsCh.”
Press the D [–]/[+] buttons to specify a recording part.
The specified part is assigned to the [EXTRA PARTS] button.
RecExtraPartsCh
2-3
Ch5
Hold down the [REC] button and press the [EXTRA PARTS]
button.
With the above operations, the [REC] lamp and specified part lamp flash in red. (To
exit from this status, press the [REC] button again or press the [STOP] button.)
Record Standby display
SongRecording
M_____ : NewSong
3.
4.
Bar 001
Play the keyboard or press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to
start recording.
Press the [STOP] button to stop recording.
This operation exits from the Record mode and automatically saves the recorded
data to a destination Song. When Save is completed, the display returns to the song
selection display.
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NOTE
See page 40 for information on
recording in the Dual/Split
mode.
5.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to play back the recorded
Song.
NOTE
The recorded Songs are
named automatically, but you
can rename Songs as you like
(page 43).
After recording is completed, specify a different recording part in Step 2, then
record and overdub onto your performance as desired, part by part.
Other recording techniques
Replacing the part of an existing Song (MIDI data format)
For example, you can record your performance to the Right part along with the
Left part playback of the existing Song.
1.
Select the desired existing Song.
For information on selecting a Song, see page 27.
2.
3.
If necessary, select the settings (Voice and other parameters).
NOTE
Select the desired settings, if you wish to change the previous ones.
The Song Balance will not be
recorded.
Select a Part, start recording then stop recording by
executing steps 2 – 4 of “Multi Recording of specific Parts”
on page 36.
When you select a Preset Song in step 1, the recorded Song will be automatically
saved as a new Song to the MEMORY drive. When you select a Song in the
MEMORY drive/USB storage device in step 1, the recorded Song will be
overwritten.
4.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to play back the recorded
Song.
Re-recording a Song partially (MIDI data format)
You can re-record a specific range of the MIDI Song.
1.
Select the desired MIDI Song.
For instructions, refer to page 27.
2.
Select a recording method.
2-1 Press the [FILE/SONG SETTING] button.
2-2 Press the A [–][+] buttons to display “RecStart” or “RecEnd.”
RecStart
Normal
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2-3
Press the D [–][+] buttons to specify how the recording should
start and end.
Starting methods:
• Normal:
The existing data will be erased after re-recording starts.
• FirstKeyOn:
Data that exists prior to the point where you start playing a note will remain.
Ending methods:
• Replace:
The data after the point you stop recording will also be erased.
• PunchOut:
The data after the point you stop recording will remain.
3.
4.
Press the [SONG SELECT] button to return to the song
selection display.
Specify the start point you wish to re-record.
Use the B [– (NO)][+ (YES)] buttons to move the Song measure, or press the
[PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback then press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button
again slightly prior to the desired point.
MEMORY
Bar 012
M_ 001 : NewSong001
5.
NOTE
If necessary, select the settings (Voice and other parameters).
The Song Balance will not be
recorded.
Select the desired settings, if you wish to change the previous ones.
6.
NOTE
Call up the Record mode.
When you specify the recording part:
Follow step 2 on page 36.
When you do not specify the recording part:
Press the [REC] button.
7.
8.
9.
Play the keyboard or press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to
start recording.
Press the [STOP] button to stop recording.
Press the B [+ (YES)] to overwrite your performance.
To cancel the Overwrite operation, press the B [– (NO)] button.
10. Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to play back the recorded
Song.
11. Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Record mode.
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The time signature cannot be
changed when replacing the
part of an existing Song.
Changing a Voice or the tempo after recording (MIDI
data format)
For the MIDI Song, you can change the Voice and tempo after recording to
change a feel or to set a more suitable tempo. You can also change these elements
in the middle of a Song.
1.
Select the Song you wish to change.
For instructions, refer to page 27.
2.
Select the settings (Voice and other parameters).
NOTE
After the setting is completed, press the [SONG SELECT] button to return to the
song selection display (in step 1).
The time signature cannot be
changed.
NOTICE
The settings made here will be saved to the selected MIDI Song as soon as you execute step 4.
Note that this cannot be restored to the previous status.
3.
Press the [REC] button then confirm whether or not the
desired Part lamp flashes in red.
If not, hold the [REC] button and press the desired Part button so that the
corresponding lamp flashes.
4.
5.
Press the [STOP] and [REC] buttons simultaneously to
actually change the settings as made in step 2.
Press the B [+ (YES)] button to overwrite the settings to the
MIDI Song selected in step 1.
This operation exits from the Record mode and automatically overwrites the Song.
To cancel the Overwrite operation, press the B [– (NO)] button.
6.
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback of the
changed Song.
Data that can be recorded to MIDI Songs
Data for each Part
Data commonly for all Parts
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Note data (your keyboard performance)
Voice selection
Pedal (Damper/Soft/Sostenuto)
Reverb Send — “ReverbSend”
Chorus Send — “ChorusSend”
DSP effect Depth — “DSPDepth”
Sound brightness — “Brightness”
Resonance effect setting —
“HarmonicContent”
Octave setting — “Octave”
Volume setting for each Voice — “Volume”
Pan for each Voice
Fine pitch adjustment between two Voices
(Dual only) — “Detune”
Volume change in response to playing
strength for each Voice — “TouchSense”
Scale
Tempo
Time Signature
Reverb Type
Chorus Type
DSP Effect Type
NOTE
The note data, pedal (Damper/
Soft/Sostenuto) data, octave
setting and time signature
cannot be changed after
recording.
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Recording your performance
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Adjusting the volume balance between playback and
your performance — [SONG BALANCE]
While recording multiple parts one by one, you can adjust the volume balance
between the playback of the recorded parts and your current performance.
1.
Move the [SONG BALANCE] slider to the left or right to
make adjustments.
Your playing volume will be lower.
NOTE
The Song Balance will not be
recorded.
NOTE
Some commercially-available
music data contains extremely
high volumes. When using
such data, please adjust the
Song Balance.
The Song playback volume will be lower.
Assigning parts for recording in the Dual and Split
mode (MIDI data format)
When you record in the Dual and Split mode, the parts assigned for recording
and the parts used for recording are different. Refer to the following table.
NOTICE
When you record multiple parts one by one, or when you record new data over an existing Song, the
existing data will be erased. Proceed with caution.
NOTE
Switching between the Dual
and Split mode in a Song is not
recorded.
NOTE
The buttons actually used for
recording ([RIGHT], [LEFT]
and [EXTRA PARTS]) are
turned on.
In the following example, RIGHT, LEFT, and EXTRA PARTS “n” have been selected for recording.
Dual
Parts assigned for recording
MAIN
(Voice 1)
Parts used for
recording
LEFT
(Voice 2)
Part n = Part 3 – Part 16
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RIGHT
(Part 1)
LEFT
(Part 2)
Part 1
Part 2
Part n
LEFT
(Voice 1)
MAIN
(Voice 2)
Advanced Functions
Recording your performance
Split
EXTRA
PARTS n
(Part n)
—
Part 3
Part 4
—
Part n+2
RIGHT
(Part 1)
LEFT
(Part 2)
Split + Dual
EXTRA
PARTS n
(Part n)
RIGHT
(Part 1)
LEFT
(Part 2)
EXTRA
PARTS n
(Part n)
Part 1
Part n
Part 1
Part n
Part 2
Part n+1
Part 2
Part n+1
—
Part 3
Part n+2
—
Part 4
Part n+3
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
This display, called up via the [FILE/SONG SETTING] button, enables you to apply various operations to
Song files — Preset Songs, Songs you recorded on this instrument or commercially available Songs.
To connect a USB storage device, be sure to read the section “Precautions when using the [USB TO DEVICE]
terminal” on page 51.
Operation
Indication
Deleting files
File
Page
Delete
A file contains a group of data.
On this instrument, a Song file
includes Song data and a Song
number.
43
Renaming files
Rename
43
Copying files*
Copy
44
Moving files*
Move
45
Making folders in the USB storage device
MakeFolder
45
Formatting a USB storage device
Format
46
Converting a MIDI Song to an Audio Song during playback*
MIDItoAUDIO
46
Confirming the amount of free memory area and all memory area on
the USB storage device
DriveProperty
47
Automatically selecting a Song when connecting the USB storage
device
SongAutoOpen
48
Changing the type of characters on the display
CharacterCode
48
The operations marked with a “*” are available only when a MIDI Song is selected.
Song types and limitation of File operations
The letter prefixes and Song number (3-digit) are shown to the left of the Song name. The following chart
shows the meaning of each letter indicating the Song type and restrictions on File operations.
PRESET
P_003 :Gavotte
Song type / number
Bar 001
_ /_
Song name
: Yes, ×: No
Drive (Data Location)
Internal
memory
PRESET drive
Song type
P-xxx
USB1
USB AUDIO
Delete
Rename
Preset Songs (MIDI)
×
×
Move
MIDI to
AUDIO
*1
×
×
Copy
MIDI Songs





M-xxxP
Preset Songs (MIDI) copied into MEMORY drive or
MIDI Songs with protect applied


×
×
×
M-xxxS
M-xxxs*3
MIDI Songs with Yamaha’s proprietary protect
applied


×
*2

U1-xxx
MIDI Songs





U1-xxxP
MIDI Songs with protect applied
×
×
*1
×
×
U1-xxxS
U1-xxxs*4
MIDI Songs with Yamaha’s proprietary protect
applied


×

×
A-xxx
Audio Songs


×
×
×
MEMORY drive M-xxx
USB
storage
device
Description
*2
*1 Available for copying only to the MEMORY drive
*2 Available for moving only between the MEMORY drive and USB storage device
*3 This file should be saved in the same folder as that of “M-xxxS.” If not, playback cannot be done.
*4 This file should be saved in the same folder as that of “U1-xxxS.” If not, playback cannot be done.
Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
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Basic File operation
Song files can be handled via the instructions shown below. If you wish to handle files in a USB storage
device, make sure that the USB storage device is properly connected to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal.
3
2
1.
5
Prepare for handling file(s) as follows.
To use “Delete,” “Rename,” “Copy,” “Move” or “MIDItoAUDIO”:
Select a Song for handling. For information on selecting a Song, see page 27.
To use “MakeFolder”:
NOTE
The “” and “” indicators
may be appeared in the lower
right of the display. In this case,
you can use the D [+] button to
open the folder. Press the D [–]
button to shift to the upper
level.
Select a Song or folder for handling. The folder will be made in the same level as
that of the selected Song or folder. For information on selecting a Song, see page 27.
To use “Format,” “DriveProperty,” “SongAutoOpen” or
“CharacterCode”:
No need to perform any operations in this step.
2.
Press the [FILE/SONG SETTING] button to access the File
mode.
Delete
Start?_>
M_001 : NewSong001
From here, if you wish to close the File mode, press the [EXIT] button once or
twice.
3.
4.
Display messages
Press the A [–][+] buttons several times to select the desired
operation.
Execute the selected operation.
For information about this procedure, refer to the corresponding section on pages
43 – 48.
During operation, messages (information, confirmation, etc.) may be shown on the
display. For explanations and details, refer to “Message List” on page 78. Also, see
some of the common display messages shown at right.
NOTICE
5.
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“Start?->”:
Do you wish to start the
operation?
“Overwrite?->”:
Do you wish to overwrite the
Song?
“Execute?->”:
Do you wish to execute the
operation?
“Sure?->”:
Are you sure?
Do not disconnect the USB Storage Device during file handling or when a USB Storage Device
is mounted. Doing so may delete all data in the USB storage device and the instrument.
“Executing”:
Press the [EXIT] button to close the File mode.
“Completed”:
Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
The instrument is executing the
operation.
The operation is complete.
Deleting files — “Delete”
NOTE
For details about Song types which can be deleted, refer to page 41.
Only empty folders containing
no files can be deleted; folders
containing a file or files cannot
be deleted.
Delete
Start?_>
M_001 : NewSong001
NOTE
The Song numbers following
the deleted Song will be moved
forward by one (to smaller
numbers).
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Start?->” then follow the
on-screen instructions.
NOTICE
Do not turn off the power or eject the USB storage device while “Executing” is shown in the
display.
Renaming files — “Rename”
For details about Song types which can be renamed, refer to page 41.
NOTE
To rename a folder, select the
desired folder in step 1 on
page 42. The folder name can
contain up to 50 characters.
Rename
Start?_>
M_001 : NewSong001
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4-1
4-2
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Start?->.”
Assign the name to the Song.
Use the C [–]/[+] buttons to move the cursor (underline). Pressing both the
buttons simultaneously will insert the space.
Use the D [–]/[+] buttons to change the character at the current cursor
position. Pressing both the buttons simultaneously will delete the character at
the current cursor position.
The Song name can contain up to 46 characters. The characters which exceed
the display capacity and invisible can be called up by moving the cursor via
the C [–]/[+] buttons.
4-3
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Name?->” then
follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTE
For information about the
character type available for the
Song name, refer to “Changing
the type of characters in
display — CharacterCode” on
page 48.
After you rename a Song, this instrument sorts Songs alphabetically and
renumbers them.
NOTICE
Do not turn off the power or disconnect the USB storage device while “Executing” is shown in
the display.
Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
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Copying files — “Copy”
For details about Song types which can be copied, refer to page 41.
NOTE
Please note that the copy
features are intended for your
personal use only.
Copy
Start?_>
M_001 : NewSong001
NOTE
The folder cannot be copied.
NOTE
Range of the Copy/Move operation
For instructions about the Move
operation, refer to page 45.
You can copy a Song file from the internal MEMORY drive to the external USB
storage device and vice versa.
Root:
Can be copied/
moved.
MIDI Song A
MIDI Song A
MEMORY drive in this instrument
The highest level of a
hierarchical structure. This
indicates an area which does
not belong to a folder.
USB storage device
In the USB storage device, you can copy a Song file from the current folder to the
different folder but not to the same root directory or same folder.
Can be copied/moved.
MIDI Song A
MIDI Song A
Folder
Cannot be copied/moved.
MIDI Song B
USB storage device
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4-1
4-2
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Start?->.”
Use the A [–]/[+] buttons to select a Copy destination.
If you wish to copy a Song to a certain folder, use the C [–]/[+] buttons to
select a folder, then press the D [+] button to enter the selected folder.
The selected Song will be copied to the destination specified here.
4-3
Press the B [+ (YES)] button to fix the Copy destination then
follow the on-screen instructions.
USB1
Copy to?_>
_/_
U1_001 : Song001
NOTICE
Do not turn off the power or disconnect the USB storage device while “Executing” is shown in
the display.
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Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
NOTE
To exit from the current folder to
the upper level, press the D [–]
button.
Moving files — “Move”
For details about Song types which can be moved, refer to page 41.
NOTE
The folder cannot be moved.
Move
Start?_>
M_001 : NewSong001
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4-1
4-2
4-3
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Start?->.”
Use the A [–][+] buttons to select a Move destination.
NOTE
If you wish to move a Song to a certain folder, use the C [–][+] buttons to
select a folder, then press the D [+] button to enter the selected folder.
The selected Song will be moved to the destination specified here.
To exit from the current folder to
the upper level, press the D [–]
button.
Press the B [+ (YES)] button to fix the Move destination then
follow the on-screen instructions.
USB1
Move to?_>
_/_
U1_001 : Song001
NOTICE
Do not turn off the power or disconnect the USB storage device while “Executing” is shown in
the display.
Making folders in the USB storage device — “MakeFolder”
You can create folders (directories) on the USB storage device to organize Songs.
This instrument enables you to create folders only in the USB storage device —
not in the internal MEMORY drive.
MakeFolder
U1_001 : Song001
Start?_>
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4-1
4-2
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Start?->.”
Assign the name to the folder.
For instructions on naming, refer to page 43.
The folder name can contain up to 50 characters. The new folder will be
created in the root directory of the USB storage device.
NOTICE
Do not turn off the power or disconnect the USB storage device while “Executing” is shown in
the display.
Root:
The highest level of a
hierarchical structure. This
indicates an area which does
not belong to a folder.
Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
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Formatting a USB storage device — “Format”
When connecting the USB storage device to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal or
inserting the media to the connected USB device, a message prompting you to
execute the Format operation may appear. If such a case occurs, execute the
Format operation.
Format
USB1
Start?_>
NOTICE
When formatting is done, all data stored in the USB storage device are deleted. Save important data to
a computer or another storage device.
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4-1
4-2
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Start?->.”
If the two or more USB devices are connected, use the C [–]/[+]
buttons to select a device to be formatted.
Selecting “USB1” will format also the data in “USB AUDIO” which cannot be
selected here.
4-3
Press the B [+ (YES)] button to fix the Format destination then
follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTICE
Do not turn off the power or disconnect the USB storage device while “Executing” is shown in
the display.
Converting a MIDI Song to an Audio Song during playback —
“MIDItoAUDIO”
The MIDI Song in the MEMORY drive and USB storage device (USB1 drive) can
be converted to the Audio Song then saved in the USB storage device (USB
AUDIO drive). For information about Song types which can be converted, refer
to page 41.
NOTE
“USB AUDIO” is the USB
storage device equivalent to
“USB1.”
NOTE
MIDItoAUDIO
Start?_>
M-001 : NewSong001
After converting, the MIDI Song
remains in the original data
location.
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4-1
4-2
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Start?->.”
If you wish to specify a certain folder as a Convert destination, use
the C [–][+] buttons to select a folder, then press the D [+] button
to enter the selected folder.
The converted Audio Song will be saved in the destination specified here.
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Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
NOTE
To exit from the current folder to
the upper level, press the D [–]
button.
4-3
Press the B [+ (YES)] button to fix the Convert destination then
follow the on-screen instructions.
USB AUDIO
Convert to?_>
_ /_
A_001 : Song001
4-4
Press the B [+ (YES)] button located next to “Sure?->” to execute
the MIDI to AUDIO operation.
This operation starts playback and conversion from MIDI to Audio. After
starting playback (conversion), wait until playback ends. This is necessary
because the MIDI Song is re-recorded in real time during playback to an
Audio Song. This status is equivalent to that of Audio Song Recording,
allowing you to record your keyboard performance and audio signals via the
AUX IN jack (such as the microphone sound).
When the conversion is completed, “Completed” will appear in the display.
Confirming the amount of free memory area and all memory area on the
USB storage device — “DriveProperty”
This function shows the amount of remaining memory and entire memory in
the USB storage device.
DriveProperty
FreeArea
USB1
1532Mbyte
Capacity
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4-1
If two or more USB devices are connected, use the B [–]/[+]
buttons to select the device whose memory capacity you wish to
check.
The same amount of memory capacity will be shown when selecting either
“USB1” or “USB AUDIO.”
4-2
Use the C [–][+] buttons to select “FreeArea” or “AllArea.”
FreeArea:
Amount of the remaining
memory capacity.
AllArea:
Amount of the entire memory
capacity.
Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
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Automatically selecting a Song when connecting the USB storage device
— “SongAutoOpen”
With this function, the Song saved in the root directory can be selected
automatically as soon as the USB storage device is connected.
SongAutoOpen
MIDI
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4.
Use the D [–][+] buttons to select “MIDI,” “AUDIO,” or
“Off.”
When “MIDI” is selected, MIDI Songs in the root directory will be selected.
When “AUDIO” is selected, Audio Songs in the root directory will be selected.
When “Off ” is selected, no Song in the USB storage device will be selected.
Setting range:
MIDI, AUDIO, Off
Changing the type of characters on the display — “CharacterCode”
You can change the type of characters that appear on display. The default setting
is “International.” To input katakana, change this setting to “Japanese.”
CharacterCode
Japanese
See page 42 for information on basic operations.
The following is a detailed procedure of Step 4 on that page.
4.
Use D [–][+] button to select “International” or “Japanese.”
Character list
International
Japanese
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Advanced Functions
Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
Connections
Connectors
CAUTION
Before connecting this instrument to other electronic components, turn off the power to all the components. Before turning the
power on or off to all components, set all volume levels to minimum (0). Otherwise, electrical shock or damage to the components
may occur.
For information about location of these connectors, refer to “Panel Controls and Terminals” on page 11.
Terminals under the keyboard
Left of the panel
1
2
3
4
5
1 [USB TO DEVICE] terminal
This terminal allows connection to USB storage devices. Refer to “Precautions
when using the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal” on page 51.
2 USB [TO HOST] terminal
This terminal allows direct connection to a personal computer. Refer to
“Connecting a computer” on page 52 for more information.
6
NOTE
There are two different types of
USB terminals on the
instrument: [USB TO DEVICE]
and USB [TO HOST]. Take care
not to confuse the two terminals
and the corresponding cable
connectors. Be careful to
connect the proper plug in the
proper direction.
3 MIDI [IN], [OUT], [THRU] terminals
Use MIDI cables to connect external MIDI devices to these connectors. Refer to
“Connecting External MIDI Devices” on page 53 for more information.
4 [AUX PEDAL] jack
A separately sold FC7 foot controller or FC4/FC5 foot switch can be connected
to this jack. By using an FC7 you can control the volume while playing to add
expression to your performance, or control various other functions. By using an
FC4/FC5, you can switch various selected functions on/off. To select the
function that will be controlled, use the “AuxPedalFunc” (page 65) of the VOICE
SETTING. The [PLAY/PAUSE] function can also be assigned to a foot switch
(page 70).
5 AUX OUT [L/L+R], [R] jacks
These jacks let you connect the Clavinova to external powered speaker systems,
for playing in larger venues at higher volumes.
NOTICE
When the Clavinova’s AUX OUT jacks are connected to an external system, first turn on the power to
the Clavinova, then to the external system. Reverse this order when you turn the power off.
NOTE
Connect or disconnect the
pedal when the power of this
instrument is turned off.
NOTE
Never route the sound output
from the AUX OUT jacks to the
AUX IN jacks. When the sound
from the AUX OUT jacks is
routed to the AUX IN jacks, the
input sound will be output from
the speaker of this instrument.
The output sound may be
excessively loud and may
cause noise.
Advanced Functions
Connections
49
Clavinova
NOTE
Powered speakers
Use audio cables and adaptor
plugs with no resistance.
NOTE
AUX OUT
Do not route the output from
the AUX OUT jacks to the AUX
IN jacks. (If you connect the
Clavinova’s AUX OUT jacks to
an external system such as
Powered speakers, do not
connect the Powered speakers
to Clavinova’s AUX IN jacks.)
AUX OUT
Phone plug
(standard)
Phone plug
(standard)
Audio cable
The Clavinova’s [MASTER VOLUME] setting will affect the sound that is output
from AUX OUT jacks. When the Clavinova’s AUX OUT jacks are connected to
an external speaker and you want to turn off the speaker sound of the Clavinova,
switch the speaker off (page 71). Moreover, the tone quality of the instrument
sound output from the speakers and the headphones changes automatically to
the appropriate settings according to how the instrument is being used (see chart
below).
NOTE
If you connect the Clavinova to
a monaural device, use only
the AUX OUT [L/L+R] jack.
Speakers sound
Speakers do not sound
Sound output condition from the instrument
No plugs connected to AUX OUT jacks
Plugs connected to AUX OUT jacks
Speakers On
Speakers Normal
(Headphones
Switch)
Speakers Off
Speakers On
Speakers Normal
(Headphones
Switch)
Speakers Off
Headphones
connected
Optimum
equalization for
speakers applied*
Flat
Flat
Flat*
Flat
Flat
Headphones
not connected
Optimum
equalization for
speakers applied
Optimum
equalization for
speakers applied
Flat
Flat*
Flat*
Flat
* The output level of the headphones and AUX OUT is lowered.
6 AUX IN [L/L+R] [R] jacks
The stereo outputs from another instrument can be connected to these jacks,
allowing the sound of an external instrument to be reproduced via the
Clavinova’s speakers. Refer to the diagram below and use audio cables for
connection.
NOTICE
When the Clavinova’s AUX IN jacks are connected to an external device, first turn on the power to the
external device, then to the Clavinova. Reverse this order when you turn the power off.
Clavinova
AUX IN
Clavinova
AUX IN
Phone plug
(standard)
Phone plug
(standard)
Audio cable
Audio cable
Phone plug
(standard)
Phone plug
(standard)
AUX OUT
External
equipment
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Advanced Functions
Connections
OUTPUT
External
equipment
Connecting a USB storage device
This instrument features a built-in [USB TO DEVICE] terminal. When connecting a USB device to the
terminal, be sure to handle the USB device with care. Follow the important precautions below.
Precautions when using the [USB TO
DEVICE] terminal
This instrument features a built-in [USB TO
DEVICE] terminal. When connecting a USB device
to the terminal, be sure to handle the USB device with
care. Follow the important precautions below.
NOTE
For more information about the handling of USB devices, refer
to the owner’s manual of the USB device.
 Compatible USB devices
• USB storage devices (flash memory, hard disk drive,
etc.)
• USB hub
The instrument does not necessarily support all
commercially available USB devices. Yamaha cannot
guarantee operation of USB devices that you purchase.
Before purchasing a USB device for use with this
instrument, please visit the following web page:
http://music.yamaha.com/download/
Using USB Storage Devices
By connecting the instrument to a USB storage
device, you can save data you’ve created to the
connected device, as well as read data from the
connected device.
 The number of USB storage device to be
used
Up to two USB storage devices can be connected to
the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal. (If necessary, use a
USB hub. The number of USB storage devices that
can be used simultaneously with musical instruments
even when a USB hub is used is a maximum of two.)
This instrument can recognize up to four drives in
one USB storage device.
 Formatting USB storage media
NOTE
When a USB storage device is connected or media is
inserted, a message may appear prompting you to
format the device/media. If so, execute the Format
operation (page 46).
Other USB devices such as a computer keyboard or mouse
cannot be used.
NOTICE
 Connecting USB device
When connecting a USB device to
the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal,
make sure that the connector on the
device is appropriate and that it is
connected in the proper direction.
NOTICE
When connecting a USB device to the [USB TO DEVICE]
terminal on the top panel, remove it before closing the key
cover. If the key cover is closed with the USB device
connected, the USB device may be damaged.
• When connecting a USB cable, Use it less than 3
meters.
• If you intend to connect two or three devices at the
same time to a terminal, you should use a USB hub
device. The USB hub must be self-powered (with its
own power source) and the power must be on. Only
one USB hub can be used. If an error message appears
while using the USB hub, disconnect the hub from the
instrument, then turn on the power of the instrument
and re-connect the USB hub.
• Though the instrument supports the USB 1.1
standard, you can connect and use a USB 2.0 storage
device with the instrument. However, note that the
transfer speed is that of USB 1.1.
The format operation overwrites any previously existing data.
Make sure that the media you are formatting does not contain
important data. Proceed with caution, especially when
connecting multiple USB storage media.
 To protect your data (write-protect)
To prevent important data from being inadvertently
erased, apply the write-protect provided with each
storage device or media. If you are saving data to the
USB storage device, make sure to disable writeprotect.
 Connecting/removing USB storage device
Before removing the media from the device, make
sure that the instrument is not accessing data (such as
in the Save, Copy, Delete and Format operations).
NOTICE
Avoid frequently turning the power on/off to the USB storage
device, or connecting/disconnecting the device too often.
Doing so may result in the operation of the instrument
“freezing” or hanging up. While the instrument is accessing
data (such as during Save, Copy, Delete, and Format
operations) or is mounting the USB storage device (shortly
after the connection), do NOT unplug the USB connector, do
NOT remove the media from the device, and do NOT turn the
power off to either device. Doing so may corrupt the data on
either or both devices.
Advanced Functions
Connections
51
Connecting a computer
By connecting a computer to the USB [TO HOST] or MIDI terminals, you can transfer data between the
instrument and the computer via MIDI, and take advantage of sophisticated computer music software.
1.
2.
3.
Before connection, turn off the power of this instrument.
Start the computer.
Do not start any applications on the computer.
Connect the instrument and compute via a USB cable.
Make the connection directly without passing through a USB hub.
NOTE
Clavinova
USB [TO HOST] terminal
USB cable
4.
Also the MIDI [IN] and [OUT]
terminals can be used to make
the connection between the
computer and the instrument.
In this case, use the MIDI
interface such as Yamaha
UX16 instead of a USB cable.
For instruction on connecting,
refer to the manual of the MIDI
interface.
NOTE
Computer
Turn on the power of this instrument.
For information on setting up
your sequence software, refer
to the owner’s manual of the
relevant software.
The USB-MIDI driver will be installed to the computer automatically.
OS: Windows XP (SP3 and later), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X Version
10.5 – 10.6.x
When data communication is unstable or some problem occurs even though you’ve
executed the above instructions, download the Yamaha Standard USB-MIDI driver
from the following URL then install it to your computer. For instructions on
installation, refer to the Install Guide included in the package file.
http://music.yamaha.com/download/
For details about OS for Yamaha Standard USB-MIDI driver, visit the URL above.
Precautions when using the USB [TO HOST] terminal
When connecting the computer to the USB [TO HOST] terminal, make sure to observe the following points. Failing to do
so risks freezing the computer and corrupting or losing the data. If the computer or the instrument freezes, restart the
application software or the computer OS, or turn the power to the instrument off then on again.
NOTICE
• Use an AB type USB cable of less than 3 meters. USB 3.0 cables cannot be used.
• Before connecting the computer to the USB [TO HOST] terminal, exit from any power-saving mode of the computer (such as
suspend, sleep, standby).
• Before turning on the power to the instrument, connect the computer to the USB [TO HOST] terminal.
• Execute the following before turning the power to the instrument on/off or plugging/unplugging the USB cable to/from the USB [TO
HOST] terminal.
- Quit any open application software on the computer.
- Make sure that data is not being transmitted from the instrument. (Data is transmitted only by playing notes on the keyboard or
playing back a song.)
• While the computer is connected to the instrument, you should wait for six seconds or more between these operations: (1) when
turning the power of the instrument off then on again, or (2) when alternately connecting/disconnecting the USB cable.
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Advanced Functions
Connections
Connecting external MIDI devices
The sophisticated MIDI functions give you powerful tools to expand your music performance and creation
possibilities. Use the MIDI terminals and standard MIDI cables to connect external MIDI devices (keyboard,
sequencer, etc.)
CAUTION
NOTE
Before connecting the instrument to other MIDI devices, turn off the power of all the components.
For details about MIDI, refer to
“MIDI Basics” (page 7).
• MIDI [IN]
NOTE
Receives MIDI messages from another MIDI device.
Since MIDI data that can be
transmitted or received varies
depending on the type of MIDI
device, check the MIDI Data
Format to find out what MIDI
data and commands your
devices can transmit or
receive. The MIDI Data Format
is contained in the “Data List
Complete Version”
(downloadable from the
Yamaha website).
• MIDI [OUT]
Transmits MIDI messages generated on this instrument to another MIDI device.
• MIDI [THRU]
Simply relays the MIDI messages received at MIDI IN.
Clavinova
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI transmit
MIDI receive
Advanced Functions
Connections
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Detailed Settings
Parameter List
Recording and playback — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
Settings marked with a “*” are effective only when a MIDI Song is selected.
Settings
Parameter name
Default settings
Reference
page
—
page 43
Deleting files
Delete
Renaming files
Rename
—
page 43
Copying files*
Copy
—
page 44
Moving files*
Move
—
page 45
Making folders in the USB storage device
MakeFolder
—
page 45
Formatting a USB storage device*
Format
—
page 46
Converting a MIDI Song to an Audio Song during playback*
MIDItoAUDIO
—
page 46
Confirming the amount of free memory area and all memory area
on the USB storage device
DriveProperty
—
page 47
Automatically selecting a Song when connecting the USB storage
device
SongAutoOpen
MIDI
page 48
Changing the type of characters on the display
CharacterCode
International
page 48
Playing back a Song/all Songs repeatedly
SongRepeat
Off
page 57
Playing back the phrase specified by the phrase number*
PhraseMark
RepeatOff
page 58
Correcting note timing*
Quantize
1/16
page 58
Setting the Quantize strength*
Specifying whether playback starts immediately along with the first
voicing*
100%
QuickPlay
On
page 59
Auditioning the channels*
ChannelListen
Ch1
page 59
Deleting data from each channel*
ChannelClear
Ch1
page 59
Selecting a record starting method
RecStart
Normal
page 38
Selecting a record ending method
RecEnd
Replace
page 38
Recording Parts 3 – 16 (Extra Parts)
RecExtraPartsCh
Ch5
page 36
Metronome — METRONOME [SETTING]
Settings
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Parameter name
Default settings
Reference
page
Setting the metronome time signature
TimeSignature
4/4 (when a MIDI Song is
selected, depending on
the Song)
page 60
Setting the metronome volume level
MetronomeVolume
82
page 60
Selecting the metronome
MetronomeSound
BellOff
page 60
Detailed Settings
Parameter List
Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
In Dual mode, parameters marked with a “*” are set for Voice 1 and Voice 2 individually.
Settings
Parameter name
Default settings
Depends on the Voice
Reference
page
Setting the octave*
Octave
Setting the volume level*
Volume
page 61
Setting the position of right and left channels*
Pan
page 62
Make fine adjustments to the pitch (only in Dual mode)
Detune
page 62
Selecting the reverb type
ReverbType
page 62
Setting the reverb depth*
ReverbSend
page 62
Selecting the chorus type
ChorusType
page 62
Setting the chorus depth*
ChorusSend
page 63
page 61
Setting the chorus on/off*
ChorusOnOff
page 63
Selecting the DSP type*
DSP Type
page 63
Setting the speed of the Vibraphone vibrato effect (only the
VibeRotor is selected for the DSP Type parameter)*
VibeRotorSpeed
page 63
Turning the vibraphone Vibrato effect on/off (only the
VibeRotor is selected for the DSP Type parameter)*
VibeRotorOnOff
page 64
Setting the rotation speed of the rotary speaker (only the
Rotary is selected for the DSP Type parameter)*
RotarySpeed
page 64
Adjusting the depth of the DSP effect*
DSP Depth
page 64
Adjusting the brightness of the sound*
Brightness
page 64
Adjusting the resonance effect*
HarmonicContent
page 64
Setting the touch sensitivity*
TouchSense
Setting the right pedal function
RPedalFunc
page 64
SustainCont
page 65
Setting the center pedal function
CPedalFunc
Sostenuto
page 65
Setting the left pedal function
LPedalFunc
Soft
page 65
Setting the auxiliary pedal function
AuxPedalFunc
Expression
page 65
Turning the right pedal function on/off
RPedalOnOff
Depends on the Voice
page 66
Turning the center pedal function on/off
CPedalOnOff
page 66
Turning the left pedal function on/off
LPedalOnOff
page 66
Turning the auxiliary pedal function on/off
AuxPedalOnOff
page 66
Detailed settings of acoustic effects
Settings
Parameter name
Default settings
Reference
page
Setting the I.A. Control depth
Acoustic Control Depth
0
page 67
Setting the GP Soundboard Speaker depth
Soundboard Speaker Depth
110
page 67
Detailed Settings
Parameter List
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Other settings — [FUNCTION]
Settings
Changing the key
Parameter name
Transpose
Master
TouchResponse
Medium
Tune
A3 = 440.0Hz
Determines the amount of pitch transposition
Selecting a touch response
page 68
page 68
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page 69
Selecting a tuning curve for a piano Voice
PianoTuningCurve
Stretch
page 69
Selecting a scale
Scale
Equal
page 69
Determines the fundamental (root) note for the
scale
Specifying the Split Point
C
SplitPoint
page 70
F 2
Assigning the [PLAY/PAUSE] function to the pedal
PedalPlay/Pause
Off for all pedals
page 70
Selecting a type of auxiliary pedal
AuxPedalType
Make
page 70
Setting the point at which the damper pedal starts to
affect the sound
HalfPedalPoint
0
page 70
Adjusting the depth of the Soft pedal
SoftPedalDepth
5
page 70
Setting the depth of String Resonance
StringResonanceDepth
5
page 71
Setting the depth of Sustain Sampling for the damper
pedal
SustainSamplingDepth
5
page 71
Specifying the volume of the key-off sound
KeyOffSamplingDepth
5
page 71
Setting the range of pitch bend
PitchBendRange
2
page 71
Switching the speaker on/off
Speaker
Normal (HeadphoneSW)
page 71
Setting the MIDI transmit channel
MidiOutChannel
Main: Midi/Usb1 Ch1
Left: Midi/Usb1 Ch2
M.L.(MainLayer): Midi/Usb1 Ch3
L.L.(LeftLayer): Midi/Usb1 Ch4
page 72
Selecting performance from the keyboard or
Song data for MIDI transmission
Keyboard
Midi/Usb1 Ch1 – Ch16: Song
Usb2 Ch1: Keyboard
Usb2 Ch2: Main
Usb2 Ch3: Left
Usb2 Ch4: M.L. (MainLayer)
Usb2 Ch5: L.L. (LeftLayer)
Usb2 Ch6 – Ch16: Off
page 72
LocalControl
On
page 72
ReceiveParameter
On for all types of data
page 72
TransmitParameter
On for all types of data
Setting the MIDI receive channel
MidiInChannel
Turning Local Control on/off
Selecting the type of data received via MIDI
Selecting the type of data transmitted via MIDI
Transmitting the default settings of the panel
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Reference
page
0
Determines the fixed volume setting
Fine tuning the pitch
Default settings
InitialSetup
page 73
page 73
Selecting items saved at shutdown
MemoryBackup
The Transpose, Main/LeftVoice,
MetronomeSetting, and Function
parameters are set to Off.
Other parameters are set to On.
Restoring the factory default settings
FactorySet
MemorySongExcluded
Saving/Loading backup file for internal data
FullBackup
Detailed Settings
Parameter List
page 73
—
—
page 73
page 74
Detailed settings for recording and playback —
[FILE/SONG SETTING]
For information on the settings “Delete” through “CharacterCode,” see “Handling Song files — [FILE/SONG
SETTING]” on page 41.
You can make detailed settings for the selected Song. First, select the desired Song from “PRESET,”
“MEMORY,” or “USB1” (see page 28).
Select the desired Song and press the [FILE/SONG SETTING] button to access the “File/
SongSetting” menu.
Select the parameters to be set by using the A [–]/[+] buttons.
Select the parameters to be set
[FILE/SONG SETTING] button
Settings marked with a “*” are effective only when a MIDI Song is selected.
Playing back a Song / all Songs
repeatedly
SongRepeat
• Random
Continuously plays back all Songs within a designated range in
random order.
Range designated for repeated playback:
• PRESET
You can continuously play 50 Piano Preset Songs, all
Songs saved in a designated folder in the USB storage
device, or repeatedly play a single Song.
When you start playback, the instrument plays the Song
you selected using the front panel, then starts repeat
playback of the specified Songs until you press the
[STOP] button.
All 50 Preset Songs
• MEMORY
All Songs in the instrument’s MEMORY drive
• USB1 – USBx
All MIDI Songs in designated folder in the connected USB
storage device
• USB AUDIO
All Audio Songs in designated folder in the connected USB
storage device
Select the playback method.
NOTE
SongRepeat
All
PRESET
When you selected “Off” or “Single” for Playback method, the
range designated for repeated playback cannot be changed. The
“---” is appeared in the lower right of the display.
Specify the repeated Songs.
Playback method:
• Off
Disables repeated playback.
• Single
Repeatedly plays back a selected single Song.
• All
Continuously plays back all Songs within a designated range in
order.
Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for recording and playback — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
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Notes for which you can adjust the timing:
Playing back the phrase specified by
the phrase number*
PhraseMark
If you select a Song from an ensemble collection disk,
such as the “XG for Piano” disks, you can specify phrase
numbers in the score to play back from the score from the
mark point, or to play back the phrase repeatedly.
If you start playing back a Song with “Repeat On”
selected, the count down starts, followed by the repeated
playback of the specified phrase until you press the
[STOP] button.
If you select “Repeat Off,” normal playback starts without
repeat.
1/4................
quarter note
1/6................
quarter note triplet
1/8................
eighth note
1/12..............
eighth note triplet
1/16..............
sixteenth note
1/24..............
sixteenth note triplet
1/32..............
thirty-second note
1/8+1/12.......
eighth note + eighth note triplet*
1/16+1/12.....
sixteenth note + eighth note triplet*
1/16+1/24.....
sixteenth note + sixteenth triplet*
Select repeat on or off.
PhraseMark
001
RepeatOff
Specify the phrase number.
Setting range of the phrase number:
--- (not specified)
000 – the last phrase number of the Song
The three Quantize settings marked with asterisks (*) are
exceptionally convenient, since they allow you to quantize two
different note values at the same time. For example, when the
straight eighth notes and eighth notes triplet are contained in the
same part, if you quantize by the straight eighth notes, all notes in
the part are quantized to straight eighth notes—completely
eliminating any triplet feel.
However, if you use the eighth note + eighth note triplet setting,
both the straight and triplet notes will be quantized correctly.
Default setting:
1/16
Setting the Quantize strength*
NOTE
If you select any Song without the phrase marks, you can select
only “Off.”
Correcting note timing*
Quantize
You can correct the timing of notes. For example, you can
adjust recorded notes to precise eighth or sixteenth notes.
Changes are made by Song.
Stores the changed value.
Quantize
Execute?_ >
Strength=100%
1/16
From this display, you can determine how strongly the
notes will be quantized. A setting of 100% produces exact
timing. If a value less than 100% is selected, notes will be
moved toward the specified quantization beats according
to the specified percentage. Applying less than 100%
quantization lets you preserve some of the “human” feel
in the recording.
Quarter-note length
Original data
Quantizing strength=100
Quantizing strength=50
Setting range:
0% – 100%
Set the Quantize strength.
Specifies the type of note.
Default setting:
100%
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Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for recording and playback — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
Specifying whether playback starts
immediately along with the first
voicing*
Deleting data from each channel*
ChannelClear
You can delete data from each of the 16 channels.
QuickPlay
Delete data.
This parameter enables you to specify whether a Song
that starts from the middle of a bar, or a Song with a
silence prior to the first note, should be played from the
first note or from the top of the bar (rest or blank).
ChannelClear
Execute?_ >
Ch1
Select the desired channel for deletion.
QuickPlay
Setting range:
On
Ch1 – Ch16, ALL (all channels)
Select On/Off
Default setting:
Ch1
Setting range:
NOTE
• On
The Song data consists of 16 channels. A channel is assigned to a
part, so in this instrument, channel means the same as part.
Playing from the first note
• Off
Playing from the top of the bar (including a rest or blank)
NOTE
Even channels that contain no data are displayed.
Default setting:
NOTE
On
When you clear all channels using the “ALL” parameter, you can
overwrite the Song. In this case, the file which contains Song
settings with no channel data is saved.
Auditioning the channels*
ChannelListen
You can select a single channel to listen to its contents.
Playback starts from the first note.
Playback continues as long as you press
and hold down this button.
ChannelListen
For information on the settings “RecStart” and
“RecEnd,” see “Re-recording a Song partially” on page
37.
For information on the setting “RecExtraPartsCh,” see
“Multi Recording of specific Parts” on page 36.
Start?_ >
Ch1
Select the desired channel for playback.
Setting range:
Ch1 – Ch16
Default setting:
Ch1
NOTE
The Song data consists of 16 channels. A channel is assigned to a
part, so in this instrument, channel means the same as part.
NOTE
Even channels that contain no data are displayed.
Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for recording and playback — [FILE/SONG SETTING]
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Detailed settings for the metronome —
METRONOME [SETTING]
You can set the time signature, volume level, and voice of the instrument’s metronome.
Press the METRONOME [SETTING] button to access the Metronome Setting menu.
Select the parameters to be set by using the A [–]/[+] buttons.
METRONOME [SETTING] button
Select the parameters to be set
Setting the metronome time
signature
Selecting the metronome voice
MetronomeSound
TimeSignature
TimeSignature
4/ 4
Set the numerator of
the time signature.
MetronomeSound
Set the denominator of
the time signature.
For example, to specify “3/4,” use the C [–]/[+] buttons to
select “3” and the D [–]/[+] buttons to select “4.”
Change the setting
Setting range:
• BellOn
Click and bell
• BellOff
Setting range for the numerator:
Click (standard metronome sound)
1 – 16
• EnglishVoice
Setting options for the denominator:
Click and “1, 2, 3, 4” in English
2, 4, and 8
• GermanVoice
Click and “1, 2, 3, 4” in German
Default setting:
4/4 (when a MIDI Song is selected; depends on the particular
Song)
• JapaneseVoice
Click and “1, 2, 3, 4” in Japanese
• FrenchVoice
Click and “1, 2, 3, 4” in French
Setting the metronome volume level
MetronomeVolume
• SpanishVoice
Click and “1, 2, 3, 4” in Spanish
Default setting:
BellOff
MetronomeVolume
NOTE
82
Change the setting
Setting range:
0 – 127
Default setting:
82
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Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for the metronome — METRONOME [SETTING]
BellOff
To mute the beat count, select “BellOff.”
Detailed settings for Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
This menu enables you to make various detailed Voice settings such as Dual, Split, Acoustic Effects, and the
pedal functions. You can make these settings for each Voice (or each combination of Voices) individually.
You can change the settings while playing the keyboard and listening to the sound.
Select a Voice or Voices (Voices 1 – 2 for the right hand and Voices 1 – 2 for the left hand), press
the [VOICE SETTING] to enter the Voice Setting mode then use the A [–][+] buttons to select
the desired item.
Select the parameters to be set.
[VOICE SETTING] button
Select the Voice part.
Use the C [–][+] buttons to select a Voice part to which the setting is applied, then make the
setting of the selected item.
Voice part
• Main
• Left
When this is selected, the setting is applied to Voice 1 for the
right hand.
• M.L. (Main Layer)
Available when the instrument is in the Split mode. When this is
selected, the setting is applied to Voice 1 for the left hand.
• L.L. (Left Layer)
Available when the right hand area is in the Dual mode. When
this is selected, the setting is applied to Voice 2 for the right
hand.
• Main × Layer
Available when the instrument is in the Split mode and the left
hand area is in the Dual mode. When this is selected, the
setting is applied to Voice 2 for the left hand.
• Left × Layer
Available when the right hand area is in the Dual mode. When
this is selected, the setting is applied to both Voice 1 and Voice
2 for the right hand.
Available when the instrument is in the Split mode and the left
hand area is in the Dual mode. When this is selected, the
setting is applied to both Voice 1 and Voice 2 for the left hand.
In the Dual mode, parameters with the “*” mark are set for Voice 1 and Voice 2 individually.
Setting the octave*
Setting the volume level*
Octave
Volume
The pitch of a note can be shifted upward or downward in
steps of an octave.
You can set the volume level for each Voice part.
Store the setting.
Store the setting.
Octave
Main(GrndPno )
Select a Voice part.
Set?_ >
0
Volume
Main(GrndPno )
Set the value.
Select a Voice part.
Set?_ >
100
Set the value.
Setting range:
Setting range:
-2 (two octaves lower) – 0 (no pitch shift) – +2 (two octaves higher)
0 – 127
Default setting:
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
Differs depending on the Voice.
Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
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Setting range:
Setting the position of right and left
channels*
• Room
Simulates reverberation in a room.
• Hall1
Simulates reverberation in a concert hall.
Pan
• Hall2
You can specify the position in the stereo image from
which you hear the sound.
Store the setting.
Pan
Main(GrndPno )
Reverberation is slightly longer than that of “Hall1.”
• Stage
Reverberation suitable for a solo instrument sound.
• Plate
Reverberation simulating that created by vibration of a metal
plate.
Set?_ >
C
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice or Voice combination.
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Setting the reverb depth*
Setting range:
L64 (hard left) – C (center) – R63 (hard right)
ReverbSend
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
NOTE
The reverb effect is not applied if the ReverbSend parameter is set
to “0.”
Store the setting.
Make fine adjustments to the pitch
(only in Dual mode)
ReverbSend
Main(GrndPno )
Detune
The pitch of the two sounds selected in the Dual mode
can be “skewed” slightly away from each other.
Store the setting.
Set?_ >
10
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Setting range:
0 – 127
Detune
MainxLayer
Default setting:
Set?_ >
+3
Differs depending on the Voice.
Select a Voice part.
Selecting the chorus type
Set the value.
Setting range:
-20 – +20 (Positive (+) settings will raise the pitch of Voice 1 and
lower the pitch of Voice 2. Negative (–) settings will do the
opposite.)
Default setting:
ChorusType
The Chorus Type selection is applied to all the Voice parts
commonly or the instrument entirely.
Store the setting.
Differs depending on the Voice.
ChorusType
Selecting the reverb type
ReverbType
Set?_ >
Chorus
Set the value.
The Reverb Type selection is applied to all the Voice parts
commonly or the instrument entirely.
Store the setting.
Setting range:
• Chorus
Adds a rich, spacious sound.
• Celeste
Adds swell and a spacious sound.
ReverbType
Set?_ >
Hall1
• Flanger
Adds swell effects similar to the sound of an ascending or
descending jet plane.
Set the value.
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice or Voice combination.
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Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
Setting range:
Setting the chorus depth*
• DamperReso (Damper Resonance)
Simulates resonance obtained by pressing the damper pedal.
ChorusSend
• DelayLCR
Delay applied at left, center, and right positions.
NOTE
• DelayLR
The reverb effect is not applied if the ChorusSend parameter is set
to “0.”
Store the setting.
Delay applied at left and right positions.
• Echo
Echo-like delay
• CrossDelay
Left and right delays are crossed.
Set?_ >
48
ChorusSend
Main(GrndPno )
• Symphonic
Adds a rich and deep acoustic effect.
• Rotary
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Adds the vibrato effect of a rotary speaker.
• Tremolo
The volume level changes in rapid cycles.
Setting range:
0 – 127
• VibeRotor
Default setting:
• AutoPan
The vibrato effect of a vibraphone.
Differs depending on the Voice.
The sound pans left to right and back and forth.
• Phaser
The phase changes periodically, swelling the sound.
Setting the chorus on/off*
• AutoWah
The center frequency of the wah filter changes periodically.
ChorusOnOff
• Off
No effect.
You can set the [CHORUS] button on or off for each
Voice. When you select a Voice, the chorus on/off setting
for the Voice automatically changes according to this
parameter.
NOTE
Even if this parameter is turned on, the chorus effect is disabled if
the ChorusSend parameter is set to 0.
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
Setting the speed of the Vibraphone
vibrato effect*
VibeRotorSpeed
Store the setting.
Rotor:
The rotating portion of an electrical device etc.
Set?_ >
Off
ChorusOnOff
Main(GrndPno )
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Setting range:
This will be displayed only if VibeRotor is selected for the
DSP Type parameter explained above. This sets the speed
of the vibrato effect that is applied when you have selected
Vibraphone and are using the VibeRotor pedal.
On/Off
Store the setting.
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
VibeRotorSpeed
Main(GrndPno )
Set?_ >
6
Selecting the DSP type*
Select a Voice part.
DSP Type
Set the value.
Setting range:
You can select other effects (than reverb and chorus).
Store the setting.
1 – 10
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
DSP Type
Main(GrndPno )
Select a Voice part.
Set?_ >
DamperReso
Set the value.
Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
63
Turning the Vibraphone vibrato effect
on/off*
Setting range:
1 (output only the original sound with almost no effect applied) –
127 (output only the sound processed by the effect)
Default setting:
VibeRotorOnOff
Differs depending on the Voice.
This will be displayed only if VibeRotor is selected for the
DSP Type parameter explained above. It turns on/off the
vibrato effect that is applied when you use the VibeRotor
pedal.
Adjusting the brightness of the
sound*
Store the setting.
VibeRotorOnOff
Main(GrndPno )
Brightness
NOTE
Set?_ >
Off
Brightness may have little audible effect or not be applied to some
Voices.
Store the setting.
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Setting range:
Brightness
Main(GrndPno )
On/Off
Set?_ >
0
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
Select a Voice part.
Setting the rotation speed of the
rotary speaker*
Set the value.
Setting range:
-64 – +63 (The higher the value, the brighter the sound.)
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
RotarySpeed
This will be displayed only if Rotary is selected for the
DSP Type parameter explained above. It sets the rotation
speed of the rotary speaker effect.
Adjusting the resonance effect*
HarmonicContent
Store the setting.
RotarySpeed
Main(GrndPno )
Resonance can produce a distinctive “peaky” tone,
making the sound brighter and harder.
Set?_ >
Slow
NOTE
Harmonic content may have little audible effect or not be applied
to some Voices.
Select a Voice part.
Store the setting.
Set the value.
Setting range:
Slow/Fast
HarmonicContent
Main(GrndPno )
Default setting:
Set?_ >
0
Differs depending on the Voice.
Select a Voice part.
Adjusting the depth of the DSP effect*
Setting range:
DSP Depth
Default setting:
Set the value.
-64 – +63
Differs depending on the Voice.
This sets the depth of the DSP effect (page 63). Some DSP
Type settings do not allow you to set the DSP Depth.
Store the setting.
Setting the touch sensitivity*
TouchSense
DSP Depth
Main(GrndPno )
Set?_ >
26
Select a Voice part.
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Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
Set the value.
This parameter enables determines the manner and
degree to which the volume level changes in response to
your touch on the keyboard (how hard you play). Since
the volume level of Voices in the [HARPSICHORD] and
[PIPE ORGAN] do not change regardless of how you play
the keyboard, the default setting for these Voices is 127.
(See the setting range below.)
Store the setting.
TouchSense
Main(GrndPno )
Setting the center pedal function
CPedalFunc
Various functions (other than the original one) can be
assigned to the center pedal.
Store the setting.
Set?_ >
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CPedalFunc
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Set?_ >
Sostenuto
Setting range:
0 (softest) – 64 (largest changes in the level) – 127 (loudest and
fixed)
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
NOTE
“TouchSense” determines the manner and degree to which the
volume level changes in response to your touch on the keyboard.
The MIDI note-on velocity data is not changed; the volume level is
changed for the same velocity data.
Set the value.
Setting range:
•
•
•
•
•
Sustain
Sostenuto
Soft
RotarySpeed
VibeRotor
Default Setting:
Sostenuto
Setting the right pedal function
Setting the left pedal function
RPedalFunc
LPedalFunc
Various functions (other than the original one) can be
assigned to the right pedal.
Various functions (other than the original one) can be
assigned to the left pedal.
Store the setting.
Store the setting.
RPedalFunc
LPedalFunc
Set?_ >
SustainCont
Set the value.
Set the value.
Setting range:
Setting range:
• Sustain
•
•
•
•
•
ON/OFF switch type damper
• SustainCont (Sustain Continuously)
Damper that sustains the sound proportionately to how deeply
you press the pedal
• Sostenuto
Sostenuto (page 16)
• Soft
Set?_ >
Soft
Sustain
Sostenuto
Soft
RotarySpeed
VibeRotor
Default Setting:
Rotary Speed (JazzOrgan and MellowOrgan), Vibraphone
(VibeRotor), Soft (other Voices)
Soft (page 16)
• Expression
A function that lets you create changes in dynamics (volume)
as you play
• PitchBend Up
Setting the auxiliary pedal function
AuxPedalFunc
A function that smoothly raises the pitch
• PitchBend Down
A function that smoothly lowers the pitch
• RotarySpeed
You can assign a function to the pedal connected to the
Clavinova’s AUX PEDAL jack.
Store the setting.
Change the rotational speed of the JazzOrgan rotary speaker
(switch between fast/slow each time you press the pedal)
• VibeRotor
Switch the vibraphone vibrato on/off (switch on/off each time
you press the pedal)
Default setting:
SustainCont
AuxPedalFunc
Set?_ >
Expression
Set the value.
Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
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Setting range:
Same as “Setting the right pedal function” (page 65).
Default setting:
Setting range:
On/Off
Default setting:
Expression
Differs depending on the Voice.
<Optional pedal>
Yamaha FC7 foot controller
This foot controller is suitable for controlling Expression,
SustainCont, or PitchBend Up/Down.
Turning the left pedal function on/off
Yamaha FC4 foot switch
Yamaha FC5 foot switch
LPedalOnOff
These foot switches are suitable for controlling Sustain, Sostenuto,
Soft, RotarySpeed, or VibeRotor.
Turning the right pedal function on/
off
This turns the left pedal function on or off for the relevant
Voice part. In other words, you can select the desired
Voice part and determine whether the left pedal function
(set on page 65) will affect that part or not.
Store the setting.
RPedalOnOff
This turns the right pedal function on or off for the
relevant Voice part. In other words, you can select the
desired Voice part and determine whether the right pedal
function (set on page 65) will affect that part or not.
Store the setting.
LPedalOnOff
Main(GrndPno )
Set?_ >
On
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Setting for:
Main, M.L. (Main Layer), Left, L.L. (Left Layer)
Setting range:
RPedalOnOff
Main(GrndPno )
On/Off
Set?_ >
On
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
Select a Voice part.
Set the value.
Turning the auxiliary pedal function
on/off
Setting for:
Main, M.L. (Main Layer), Left, L.L. (Left Layer)
Setting range:
AuxPedalOnOff
On/Off
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
Turning the center pedal function on/
off
This turns the auxiliary pedal function on or off for the
relevant Voice part. In other words, you can select the
desired Voice part and determine whether the auxiliary
pedal function (set on page 65) will affect that part or not.
Store the setting.
CPedalOnOff
This turns the center pedal function on or off for the
relevant Voice part. In other words, you can select the
desired Voice part and determine whether the center
pedal function (set on page 65) will affect that part or not.
Store the setting.
AuxPedalOnOff
Main(GrndPno )
Select a Voice part.
Setting for:
Main, M.L. (Main Layer), Left, L.L. (Left Layer)
Setting range:
CPedalOnOff
Main(GrndPno )
Set?_ >
On
On/Off
Default setting:
Differs depending on the Voice.
Select a Voice part.
Setting for:
Main, M.L. (Main Layer), Left, L.L. (Left Layer)
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Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for Voices — [VOICE SETTING]
Set the value.
Set?_ >
On
Set the value.
Detailed settings for acoustic effects
You can set the depth of the I.A. Control and GP Soundboard Speaker.
[I. A. CONTROL] button
[S. BOARD SPEAKER] button
Setting the I.A. Control depth
Acoustic Control Depth
This sets the depth of the I.A. Control (page 14). Hold the
[I.A. CONTROL] button and use the D [–]/[+] buttons to
set the value. The higher the value, the more clearly that
low and high sounds are heard at lower volume levels.
Acoustic Control Depth
Setting the GP Soundboard Speaker
depth
Soundboard Speaker Depth
This sets the depth of the GP Soundboard Speaker (page
15). Hold the [S. BOARD SPEAKER] button and use the
D [–]/[+] buttons to set the value.
Soundboard Speaker Depth
110
0
Change the setting.
Change the setting.
Setting range:
Setting range:
-3 – +3
0 – 127
Default setting:
Default setting:
0
110
Detailed Settings
Detailed settings for acoustic effects
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Other settings — [FUNCTION]
You can make detailed settings for touch, tuning, scale, etc.
To call up the setting display, press the [FUNCTION] button and use the A [–]/[+] buttons.
Select the parameters to be set.
[FUNCTION] button
Changing the key
Selecting a touch response
Transpose
TouchResponse
TRANSPOSE = To change the key
(Changing the key: To raise or lower the overall pitch of the entire
Song.)
The Clavinova’s Transpose function makes it possible to
shift the pitch of the entire keyboard up or down in
semitone intervals to facilitate playing in difficult key
signatures, and to let you easily match the pitch of the
keyboard to the range of a singer or other instruments.
For example, if you set the transposition amount to “5,”
playing key C produces pitch F. In this way, you can play
the Song as if it were in C major, and the Clavinova will
transpose it to the key of F.
You can specify a touch response (how the sound
responds to the way you play the keys).
Set the “Fixed” volume.
TouchResponse
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Fixed
Select the setting.
Setting range:
• Light
With a soft touch, the Clavinova produces a loud sound. The
volume level of tones tends to be consistent.
NOTE
Audio song playback cannot be transposed.
• Medium
Standard touch response.
Transpose
Master
Select what sound the
transpose is applied to.
• Heavy
0
Set the Transpose value.
Setting for:
• Master
The sound of the entire instrument (the manually-played sound
and the Song playback).
• Keyboard
The manually-played sound.
• Song
The Song playback.
Default setting:
Master
Determines the amount of pitch
transposition
Setting range:
-12 (-1 octave) – 0 (normal pitch) – +12 (+1 octave)
Default setting:
0
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Detailed Settings
Other settings — [FUNCTION]
You must hit the key very hard to generate a loud volume. This
allows for versatile expression, from pianissimo to fortissimo
tones.
• Fixed
No touch response. The volume level will be the same
regardless of how hard you play the keys. Use the B [– (NO)]
[+ (YES)] buttons to set the volume level.
Setting range of the “Fixed” volume level:
1 – 127
Default setting:
Medium
NOTE
“TouchResponse” determines the touch sensitivity of an
instrument. The MIDI note-on velocity data is changed when you
play the keyboard with a consistent touch.
Fine tuning the pitch
Selecting a scale
Tune
Scale
You can fine tune the pitch of the entire instrument. This
function is useful when you play the Clavinova along with
other instruments or CD music.
Select a root note.
Scale
NOTE
BaseNote=C
PureMajor
The pitch of audio song playback cannot be fine tuned.
Select a scale.
Tune
A3=440.0Hz
Setting range:
• Equal
One octave is divided into twelve equal intervals. Currently
most popular piano tuning scale.
Set the value.
• PureMajor/PureMinor
Setting range:
Based on natural overtones, three major chords using these
scales produce a beautiful, pure sound.
A3 = 414.8 Hz – 466.8 Hz (0.2 Hz steps)
• Pythagorean
Default setting:
This scale, designed by Pythagoras, a Greek philosopher, is
based on the interval of a perfect 5th. The 3rd produces swells,
but the 4th and 5th are beautiful and suitable for some leads.
A3 = 440.0 Hz
• MeanTone
This scale is an improvement of the Pythagorean in that the
swell of the 3rd has been eliminated. It spread during the late
16th century through the late 18th century. Handel used this
scale.
Selecting a tuning curve for a piano
Voice
PianoTuningCurve
You can select a tuning curve from the Voices in the
[GRAND PIANO 1] – [GRAND PIANO 4]. Select “Flat”
if you feel the tuning curve of the piano Voice does not
quite match that of other instruments’ Voices.
• Werckmeister/Kirnberger
These scales combine Mean Tone and Pythagorean in different
ways. With these scales, modulation changes the impression
and feel of the Songs. They were often used in the era of Bach
and Beethoven. They are also often used now to reproduce the
music of that era on harpsichords.
Default setting:
Equal
PianoTuningCurve
Stretch
Select the setting.
Setting range:
• Stretch
Determines the fundamental (root) note for
the scale
If you select a scale other than Equal, you need to specify
the root note using the B [– (NO)][+ (YES)] buttons.
Setting range:
Tuning curve particularly for pianos.
• Flat
Tuning curve in which the frequency is precisely octave
doubled over the entire keyboard range.
Default setting:
C
Default setting:
Stretch
Detailed Settings
Other settings — [FUNCTION]
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Specifying the Split Point
Selecting a type of auxiliary pedal
SplitPoint
AuxPedalType
You can specify the split point (the boundary between the
right-hand and left-hand keyboard areas).
A pedal connected to the [AUX PEDAL] jack may switch
on and off differently. For example, some pedals turn on
the effects and others turn them off when you press them.
Use this parameter to reverse this mechanism.
NOTE
You can also set the note for the Split Point directly from the
keyboard, by pressing the desired key while “SplitPoint” is shown
on the display.
AuxPedalType
SplitPoint
Make
F#2
Change the setting.
Setting range:
Change the setting.
Make, Break
Setting range:
Default setting:
A -1 – C7
Make
Default setting:
F 2
Setting the point at which the damper
pedal starts to affect the sound
Assigning the SONG [PLAY/PAUSE]
function to the pedal
PedalPlay/Pause
NOTE
If you assign the SONG PLAY/PAUSE function to a pedal and turn
the function On, the pedal function assigned to the pedal in the
Function menu (page 65) is disabled.
HalfPedalPoint
Here you can specify the point to which you must depress
the pedal (right and AUX) before the assigned effect
begins to be applied. This setting applies only to the
“SustainCont” effect (page 65) that is assigned to the right
or AUX pedal.
HalfPedalPoint
PedalPlay/Pause
Center
0
Off
Change the setting.
Select a pedal to assign
the function.
Setting for:
Left, Center, AUX
Setting range:
Select on or off.
Setting range:
-2 (effective with the shallowest press) – 0 – +4 (effective with the
deepest press)
Default setting:
0
On/Off
Adjusting the depth of the Soft pedal
Default setting:
Off for all pedals
SoftPedalDepth
SoftPedalDepth
5
Change the setting.
Setting range:
1 – 10
Default setting:
5
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Detailed Settings
Other settings — [FUNCTION]
Setting range:
Setting the depth of String Resonance
StringResonanceDepth
Off, 1 – 10
Default setting:
5
This parameter is effective on the Grand Piano Voices.
For details about the Voices to which the string resonance
can be applied, refer to page 75.
Setting the range of pitch bend
PitchBendRange
StringResonanceDepth
5
Change the setting.
Setting range:
Off, 1 – 10
Default setting:
5
This specifies the amount of change that can be produced
by the pitch bend function which smoothly varies the
pitch.
• This setting applies only to the manually-played sound.
• This setting can be made in semitone steps.
• You can set the pedal function (page 65) to determine
whether the pitch will be raised or lowered.
PitchBendRange
Setting the depth of Sustain
Sampling for the damper pedal
SustainSamplingDepth
This parameter is effective on some of the Grand Piano
Voices. For details about the Grand Piano Voices to which
Sustain Sampling can be applied, refer to page 75.
2
Change the setting.
Setting range:
0 – +12 (Pressing the pedal will raise/lower the pitch by 12
semitones [1 octave])
Default setting:
2
NOTE
SustainSamplingDepth
5
For some Piano and Harpsichord Voices, the pitch may not be
changed according to the pitch bend setting range here.
Change the setting.
Switching the speaker on/off
Setting range:
Off, 1 – 10
Speaker
Default setting:
5
This setting lets you switch the speaker on/off.
Specifying the volume of the key-off
sound
Speaker
Normal (HeadphoneSW)
KeyOffSamplingDepth
You can adjust the volume of the key-off sound (the
subtle sound that occurs when you release a key. This is
effective on the Voices in the [GRAND PIANO1 – 3],
[E.PIANO2] and [HARPSICHORD].
For details about the Voices to which the Key-Off
Sampling can be applied, refer to page 75.
Change the setting.
Setting range:
• Normal (HeadphoneSW)
The speaker will sound only if headphones are not connected.
• On
The speaker will always sound.
• Off
The speaker will not sound.
Default setting:
Normal (HeadphoneSW)
KeyOffSamplingDepth
5
Change the setting.
Detailed Settings
Other settings — [FUNCTION]
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Setting range:
Setting the MIDI transmit channel
MidiOutChannel
This parameter enables you to specify the channel on
which the Clavinova transmits MIDI data.
Select the data to be transmitted.
Song, Main, Left, M.L. (Main Layer), L.L. (Left Layer), Keyboard,
Off
Default setting:
Midi/Usb1 Ch1 – Ch16.......Song
Usb2 Ch1 ...........................Keyboard
Usb2 Ch2 ...........................Main
Usb2 Ch3 ...........................Left
Usb2 Ch4 ...........................Layer
Usb2 Ch5 ...........................LeftLayer
Others ................................Off
MidiOutChannel
Keyboard
Main
Midi/Usb1 Ch1
Select a Voice part.
USB TO HOST
MIDI IN
Specify the channel.
Setting for:
Main, Left, Layer, Left Layer
Midi/Usb1
Ch1– Ch16
Usb2
Ch1– Ch16
Song
Keyboard – L.L.
(Left Layer)
Setting range:
Midi/Usb1 Ch1 – Ch16, Off (Not transmitted.)
Default setting:
Main ....................Midi/Usb1 Ch1
Left.......................Midi/Usb1 Ch2
M.L. .....................Midi/Usb1 Ch3
L.L........................Midi/Usb1 Ch4
Turning Local Control on/off
Selecting performance from the keyboard
or Song data for MIDI transmission
This display also lets you select the keyboard
performance or Song playback as transmission data.
Setting range:
• Keyboard
Transmits the MIDI messages generated via your keyboard
performance.
• Song
Transmits the MIDI messages generated via Song playback.
Default setting:
Keyboard
LocalControl
“Local Control On” is a state in which the Clavinova
produces the sound from its tone generator when you
play the keyboard. In “Local Control Off ” state, the
keyboard and the tone generator are cut off from each
other. This means that even if you play the keyboard, the
Clavinova will not produce the sound. Instead, the
keyboard data can be transmitted via MIDI to a
connected MIDI device, which can produce the sound.
The “Local Control Off ” setting is useful when you wish
to play an external sound source while playing the keys
on the Clavinova.
Setting the MIDI receive channel
LocalControl
On
MidiInChannel
You can specify whether each channel of data from MIDI
[IN] and USB [TO HOST] will be received.
Select on or off.
Setting range:
On/Off
Default setting:
On
MidiInChannel
Midi/Usb1 Ch1
Select a channel.
Setting for:
• Midi/Usb1 Ch1 – 16
• Usb2 Ch1 – 16
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Detailed Settings
Other settings — [FUNCTION]
Song
Select a MIDI receive part.
Selecting the type of data received
via MIDI
ReceiveParameter
This parameter enables you to specify which MIDI data
the Clavinova can receive.
Selecting items saved at shutdown
ReceiveParameter
Note
On
Select a type of data.
MemoryBackup
Select on or off.
Type of data:
Note, Control (Control Change), Program (Program Change), Pitch
Bend, SysEx (System Exclusive)
Setting range:
On/Off
You can back up some settings, such as Voice selection
and metronome setting, so that they will not be lost after
you turn off the power to the Clavinova. Memory Songs
(saved in the Clavinova’s memory), the backup on/off
setting (this parameter setting), and the “CharacterCode”
parameter setting (page 48) are always backed up.
NOTICE
Default setting:
It takes a few seconds to save the settings. If you turn off the
power of the instrument right after changing the setting, the setting
may not be saved.
On for all types of data
Selecting the type of data transmitted
via MIDI
TransmitParameter
On
Select a type of data.
Off
Select the desired item.
This parameter enables you to specify which MIDI data
the Clavinova can transmit.
TransmitParameter
Note
MemoryBackup
Transpose
Select on or off.
Type of data:
Note, Control (Control Change), Program (Program Change), Pitch
Bend, SystemRealTime, SysEx (System Exclusive)
Select on or off.
Setting for:
Transpose
Brilliance
ReverbOnOff
SoundSetting (for the I.A. Control and GP Soundboard Speaker)
SplitPoint
Main/LeftVoice
MetronomeSetting
File/SongSetting
MidiSetting (“MidiOutChannel” – “TransmitParameter” in the
Function settings)
Function (except for Transpose, SplitPoint and Midi settings).
Setting range:
Setting range:
On/Off
On/Off
Default setting:
Default setting:
The Transpose, Main/LeftVoice, MetronomeSetting, and Function
parameters are set to Off. Other parameters are set to On.
On for all types of data
Transmitting the initial settings on
the panel
Restoring the factory default settings
FactorySet
InitialSetup
You can transmit the panel data, such as Voice selection,
to a connected sequencer. Before you record performance
data to a sequencer, it is useful if you first send and record
(at the beginning of the performance data) the panel
setup data for your performance during playback.
Start transmission.
InitialSetup
Start?_ >
You can reset the Clavinova to its factory default settings.
• The CharacterCode parameter setting does not change.
• The MemoryBackup parameter setting (On/Off) (left
column) is reset to the default setting.
• You can select whether the “Memory Songs” (Songs in
the MEMORY drive) are erased or kept.
NOTE
The “Default setting” refers to the initial setting preprogrammed
when shipped from the factory, called up when you first turn on the
power to this instrument.
NOTICE
Press the B [+ (YES)] button to call up “Sure?->.” Press the
B [+ (YES)] button again to start actual transmission.
Do not turn off the power during factory set. Doing so could result
in damage to the data.
Detailed Settings
Other settings — [FUNCTION]
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Execute the Factory Set.
FactorySet
Execute?_ >
MemorySongExcluded
Select whether the Songs in the MEMORY drive
are erased or kept.
Settings for “MemorySong”:
MemorySongExcluded ...... Memory Songs are kept.
MemorySongIncluded ....... .Memory Songs are erased.
Alternate method for restoring the default
settings
Press and hold down the white key on the right end (C7)
and press the [P] (Power) switch to turn on the power to
the Clavinova. In this case, the Memory Songs (Songs in
the MEMORY drive) are not erased.
C7
Power switch
Saving/Loading backup file for
internal data
FullBackup
From this display, you can save data on internal memory
to the connected USB storage device as a backup file
(named “clp-480.bup”). The backup file (clp-480.bup) can
be loaded to the instrument on this display. Before
executing this function, make sure to connect the USB
storage device.
Execute the Full Backup.
FullBackup
Save
Execute?_ >
Select “Save” or “Load.”
Use the C [–][+] buttons to select “Save” or “Load” then
press the B [+ (YES)] button to execute the Save or Load
operation.
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Detailed Settings
Other settings — [FUNCTION]
NOTICE
• It may take 1 – 2 minutes to complete the backup. Do not turn off
the power during full backup. Doing so could result in damage
to the data.
• If the backup file (clp-480.bup) is already saved in the USB
storage device, the Save operation will overwrite or replace this
file with new one.
• Protected Songs (indicated by MS/Ms in the display) cannot be
backed up. Move such Songs to the USB storage device before
executing Full Backup by following the instructions page 45. If
you do not, the Protected Songs will be deleted when you load
the Backup file to this instrument.
• Do not execute “FullBackup” during other file operations. Doing
so could result in damage to the data.
NOTE
It is best to connect only a single USB storage device when
backing up your data. When several devices are connected, a
specific device cannot be identified for saving data.
Appendix
Preset Voice List (Detailed)
: Yes, —: No
Voice group
GRAND PIANO 1
GRAND PIANO 2
GRAND PIANO 3
GRAND PIANO 4
E.PIANO 1
E.PIANO 2
HARPSICHORD
Voice name
Touch
Stereo
Key-off
Sustain
String
Response Sampling Sampling Sampling Resonance
Voice description
Grand Piano





This sound was sampled from a concert
grand piano. It uses different samples
depending on the strength of your playing
and produces smoother tonal changes. Even
the tonal changes produced by the damper
pedal and the subtle sounds of releasing a
key are reproduced. The sympathetic
vibration (string resonance) that occurs
among the strings of an acoustic piano has
also been simulated. Suitable not only for
classical compositions but also for piano
pieces of any style.
Ballad Grand





Standard piano with a soft and warm tone.
Good for playing ballads.
Rock Piano





A bright-sounding piano. Ideal for rock
styles.
HonkyTonk Piano




—
A honky-tonk style piano. Enjoy a tonal
character that is quite different than a grand
piano.
Mellow Grand



—

Mellow piano sound with gradual attack.
Good for quiet and slow music.
Warm Grand





Warm and soft piano sound. Good for
relaxing music.
Bright Grand





Bright piano sound. Good for clear
expression and “cutting through” other
instruments in an ensemble.
Pop Grand





A slightly brighter piano sound than the
Grand Piano. Good for popular styles.
Live Grand


—
—
—
Spacious and clear piano with bright reverb.
Good for popular music.
Dynamic Grand




—
A solid, bass-heavy piano sound. Good for
making your performance more dynamic.
DX E.Piano

—
—
—
—
An electronic piano sound produced by an
FM synthesizer. The tone will change as you
vary your playing touch. Ideal for popular
music.
Synth Piano

—
—
—
—
This Voice simulates the electric piano sound
produced by synthesizers in popular music.
It also goes well with the acoustic piano
sound.
Stage E.Piano

—

—
—
The sound of an electric piano using
hammerstruck metallic “tines.” Soft tone
when played lightly, and an aggressive tone
when played hard.
Vintage E.Piano

—
—
—
—
A different type of electric piano sound.
Widely used in rock and popular music.
Harpsichord 8'
—


—
—
The sound of the instrument frequently used
in baroque music. Variations in playing touch
will not affect the volume, and a
characteristic sound will be heard when you
release the key.
Harpsichord 8'+4'
—


—
—
A harpsichord with an added upper octave.
Produces a more brilliant sound.
Appendix
Preset Voice List (Detailed)
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Voice group
VIBRAPHONE
PIPE ORGAN
JAZZ ORGAN
STRINGS
CHOIR
SYNTH.PAD
GUITAR
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Voice name
Touch
Stereo
Key-off
Sustain
String
Response Sampling Sampling Sampling Resonance
Voice description
Vibraphone


—
—
—
Vibraphone played with relatively soft
mallets. The tone becomes more metallic the
harder you play.
Marimba


—
—
—
A marimba sound, sampled in stereo for
spaciousness and realism.
Celesta


—
—
—
The sound of a celesta (a percussion
instrument in which hammers strike metallic
bars to produce sound). This instrument is
well-known for its appearance in “Dance of
the Sugar-plum Fairies” from Tchaikovsky’s
“Nutcracker Suite.”
Pipe Organ
Principal
—

—
—
—
This Voice features the combination of pipes
(8'+4'+2') of a principal (brass instrument)
organ. It is suitable for Baroque church
music.
Pipe Organ Tutti
—

—
—
—
This Voice features a full coupler of a pipe
organ, famous for the sound used in Toccata
and Fugue by Bach.
Pipe Organ Flute 1
—

—
—
—
A pipe organ sound that combines flute-type
(woodwind type) stops of different pitches
(8' + 4'). This is a gentle sound that is ideal
for accompanying hymns.
Pipe Organ Flute 2
—

—
—
—
A pipe organ sound that combines flute-type
(woodwind type) stops of different pitches
(8' + 4' + 1-1/3'). This is brighter than
PipeOrganFlute1, and is suitable for solos.
Jazz Organ
—
—
—
—
—
The sound of a “tonewheel” type electric
organ. Often heard in jazz and rock idioms.
Rotary Organ
—
—
—
—
—
A bright electric organ sound.
Mellow Organ
—
—
—
—
—
A mellow electric organ sound. Ideal for
calmer songs.
Strings


—
—
—
Stereo-sampled, large-scale strings
ensemble with realistic reverb. Try
combining this Voice with acoustic piano in
the Dual mode.
Synth Strings

—
—
—
—
A bright and spacious strings sound.
Suitable for sustained parts in the
background of an ensemble.
Slow Strings


—
—
—
The sound of a string ensemble, with a slow
attack. Suitable for use in Dual mode with
GRAND PIANO or E.PIANO.
Choir

—
—
—
—
A big, spacious choir Voice. Perfect for
creating rich harmonies in slow pieces.
Slow Choir

—
—
—
—
The sound of a choir with a slow attack.
Suitable for use in Dual mode with GRAND
PIANO or E.PIANO.
Scat

—
—
—
—
You can enjoy jazz “scatting” with this Voice.
Depending on how hard and what note
range you play, different sounds will be
produced.
Synth Pad 1

—
—
—
—
A warm, mellow, and spacious synth sound.
Ideal for sustained parts in the background
of an ensemble.
Synth Pad 2

—
—
—
—
A clear and spacious synth sound. Ideal for
sustained parts in the background of an
ensemble.
Nylon Guitar


—
—
—
Stereo-sampled, nylon-string guitar with
natural reality. Suitable for any style of
musics.
Steel Guitar

—
—
—
—
A bright steel guitar sound. Ideal for popular
music.
Appendix
Preset Voice List (Detailed)
Voice group
BASS
Voice name
Touch
Stereo
Key-off
Sustain
String
Response Sampling Sampling Sampling Resonance
Voice description
Wood Bass

—
—
—
—
The sound of a finger-plucked upright bass.
Frequently used in jazz and Latin music.
Bass & Cymbal

—
—
—
—
The sound of a cymbal has been layered
onto the bass. Effective when used for jazz
walking-bass lines.
Electric Bass

—
—
—
—
The sound of an electric bass. Frequently
used in jazz, rock, and popular music.
Fretless Bass

—
—
—
—
The sound of a fretless bass. Suitable for
styles such as jazz and fusion.
Key-Off Sampling:
Samples of the very delicate noises that are produced when keys are released
Sustain Sampling:
Samples of the resonance of the soundboard and strings when the damper pedal is pressed.
String Resonance:
Simulated string resonance sound.
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Preset Voice List (Detailed)
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Message List
Message
Access error
Meaning
The operation has failed. The following causes can be considered. If the following are not
responsible, the file may be damaged.
• The file operation is wrong. Follow the instructions in “Handling Song files” (page 41) or “Saving/
Loading the Backup file for internal data” (page 74).
• The connected USB storage device is not compatible with this instrument. For information on
compatible USB storage devices, see page 51.
• The protected Song on which you attempted the operation is defective.
Canceled
This message indicates that the operation has been cancelled.
Cannot be executed
The operation has failed. The following causes can be considered. Solve the causes, and try again.
• The file operation you attempted cannot be executed to Preset Songs and folders. For information
on the limitation of handling Song files, see page 41.
• The Song file operation cannot be made to drives, an empty Song file (page 34) or NoSong.
NoSong: This is displayed when you select a drive which contains no song.
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Completed
This message indicates that the operation is completed. Go on to the next step.
Convert to?->
This message prompts you to select the Convert destination. Follow the instructions in “Converting a
MIDI Song to an Audio Song during playback” on page 46.
Copy to?->
This message prompts you to select the Copy destination. Follow the instructions in “Copying files”
on page 44.
Device (media) busy
The operation, such as converting to the Audio Song or Audio Song playback/recording, has failed.
This message appears when you attempt to use a USB storage device to which recording/deleting
operations are repeated. Execute the Format operation after making sure there is no important data
in the USB storage device (page 46), and try again.
Device (media)
removed
This message appears when the USB storage device is removed from the instrument.
Duplicate name
This message indicates that an identically-named file already exists. Rename the file (page 43).
Execute?->
This message prompts you to execute the operation. Press the B [+ (YES)] button to proceed, or
press the [EXIT] button to cancel.
Executing
The instrument is executing the operation. Wait until the message disappears, then go on to the next
step.
Factory set executing
Memory Song excluded
The default settings (except the Songs in the MEMORY drive) have been restored (page 73).
This message also appears if you press and hold down the C7 and turn on the power to the
instrument.
Factory set executing
Memory Song included
The default settings (including the Songs in the MEMORY drive) have been restored (page 73).
FactorySet
Restart
Factory set is completed. The instrument is then restarted.
Completed
Files still in folder
The file(s) exists in the folder which you have attempted to delete. Only folders that contain no files
can be deleted; folders containing a file or files cannot be deleted.
FullBackup
Restart
Loading of the backup file is completed. The instrument is then restarted.
Completed
Incompatible device
This message appears when an incompatible USB storage device is connected. Use a device
whose compatibility has been confirmed by Yamaha (page 51).
Internal hardware error
A malfunction has occurred in the instrument. Contact your nearest Yamaha dealer or authorized
distributor.
Last power off invalid
Checking memory
This message appears when the power is turned on after turning off the power while handling a
Song file (page 41) or saving a backup file (page 74). The internal memory is being checked while
this message appears. If the internal settings are damaged, they will be reset to the default settings.
If the Songs in the MEMORY drive are damaged, they will be deleted.
Appendix
Message List
Message
Meaning
Maximum no. of devices
exceeded
The number of USB storage devices exceeds the limitation. Up to two USB storage devices can be
connected simultaneously. For details, see page 51.
Memory full
Since the capacity and the number of files of MEMORY drive/USB storage device are full, the
operation cannot be made. Delete some Songs in the MEMORY drive/USB storage device or move
Songs to another USB storage device, and try again.
Move to?->
This message prompts you to select the Move destination. Follow the instructions in “Moving files”
on page 45.
Name?->
This message prompts you to change the name of the Song/folder which is currently displayed.
Follow the instructions in “Renaming files” (page 43) or “Making folders in the USB storage device”
(page 45) to change the name, or press the B [– (NO)] button to cancel.
No device
A USB storage device was not connected to the instrument when you attempted to perform a
device-related operation. Connect the device, and try again.
No device (media)
No media is not has been inserted to the selected USB storage device. Insert the media.
No file
This message appears when there is no backup file to load in the connected USB storage device.
No response
from USB device
The instrument cannot communicate with the connected USB device. Redo the connection (page
51). If you still see this message, the USB device may be damaged.
Notice:
Protected Song
This message appears when you attempt to handle the Protected Song. For information on the
limitation of file operations, see page 41.
Overwrite?->
The file already exists. This message prompts you to overwrite the existing data with new data. Press
the B [+ (YES)] button to proceed, or press the B [– (NO)] button to cancel.
Please wait
The instrument is processing the data. Wait until the message disappears, then go on to the next
step.
Protected device (media)
This message appears when you attempt a file operation (page 41), record your performance or
save the data on a read-only USB storage device. Cancel the read-only setting, if possible, and try
again. If you still see this message, the USB storage device is internally protected (such as
commercially available music data). You cannot make the file operation or record your performance
to such a device.
Protected Song
You attempted a file operation to a Protected Song or read-only file. Data of those types have
handling limitations (page 41), and also cannot be used for editing (page 37). Use a read-only file
after cancelling the read-only setting.
Remaining space
on drive is low
Since the remaining space on the MEMORY drive/USB storage device is low, delete any
unnecessary files (page 43) before recording.
Selected drive?->
This message prompts you for confirmation to continue the operation with the currently selected
USB storage device. Press the Press the B [+ (YES)] button to proceed, or press the B [– (NO)]
button to cancel.
Set?->
This message prompts you to save the settings. Press the B [+ (YES)] button to save, or press the
[EXIT] button to cancel.
Song error
This message appears, if a problem is found with the Song data when you select a Song or while the
Song is playing. In this case, reselect the Song, and try again to play back. If the message still
appears, the Song data may have been damaged.
Song too large
The size of Song data (MIDI/Audio) exceeds the limitation. The following causes can be considered.
• The Song size you attempt to play back exceeds the limitation. The limitation for playback is
approx. 550KB (MIDI), 80 minutes (Audio).
• The Song size exceeds the limitation during recording. The limitation for recording is approx.
550KB (MIDI), 80 minutes (Audio). The recording will end automatically and the recording data
before the end is saved.
• The Song size exceeds the limitation during converting a MIDI Song to an Audio Song. The
limitation is 80 minutes (Audio).
Start?->
This message prompts you to start the operation. Press the B [+ (YES)] button to start, or press the
[EXIT] button to cancel.
Sure?->
This message prompts you for confirmation of the operation. Press the B [+ (YES)] button to execute,
or press the B [– (NO)] button to cancel.
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Message List
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Message
Meaning
System limit
This message appears when the number of files and folders exceeds the system limit. The maximum
number of files/folders which can be saved in a folder is 250. Try again after deleting/moving the
unnecessary file(s).
Unformatted device (media)
This message appears when you attempt to use an unformatted USB storage device. Format it
(page 46), and try again.
Unsupported device
This message appears when an unsupported USB storage device is connected. Use a device
whose compatibility has been confirmed by Yamaha (page 51).
USB device
overcurrent error
Communication with the USB device has been cut off because of an abnormal power surge to the
device. Disconnect the USB device from the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal and turn the power switch of
the instrument off and on again.
USB hub
hierarchical error
The USB hub is connected in two layers. USB hub use is limited to one layer.
USB power consumption
exceeded
The power consumption of the connected USB device exceeds the predetermined value. This
message appears when a bus-powered USB hub is used. The USB hub must be self powered (with
its own source) and the power must be on.
Wrong device
The file operation cannot be made to the connected USB storage device. The following causes can
be considered.
• The USB storage device in not formatted. Format it (page 46), and try again.
• The number of files and folders exceeds the system limit. The maximum number of files/folders
which can be saved in a folder is 250. Try again after deleting/moving the unnecessary file(s).
• The media is not inserted. Insert the media.
Wrong name
The Song name is not appropriate. This message appears during the “Renaming files” (page 43) or
“Making folders” (page 45) operation because of the following causes. Press the B [– (NO)] button to
return to the previous display, and rename the Song correctly.
• No character has been input.
• You used a period or space at the beginning/ending of a Song name.
Wrong selection
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Message List
The file operation you attempted cannot be executed to the selected drive. For information on the
limitations of handling Song files, see page 41.
Troubleshooting
When a message is displayed, refer to the “Message List” (page 78) for troubleshooting aid.
Problem
Possible Cause and Solution
The instrument does not turn on.
The instrument has not been plugged in properly. Securely insert the female plug into the
socket on the instrument, and the male plug into a proper AC outlet (page 12).
A click or pop is heard when the power is
turned on or off.
This is normal when electrical current is being applied to the instrument.
Noise is heard from the speakers or
headphones.
The noise may be due to interference caused by the use of a mobile phone in close
proximity to the instrument. Turn off the mobile phone, or use it further away from the
instrument.
The overall volume is low, or no sound is
heard.
The Master Volume is set too low; set it to an appropriate level using the [MASTER
VOLUME] dial (page 14).
The volume level for the keyboard performance is set too low. Move the [SONG BALANCE]
slider toward “KEYBOARD” to increase the keyboard volume (page 40).
Headphones are connected when the Speaker setting is “Normal (HeadphoneSW)” (page
71). Disconnect the headphone plug.
Speaker setting is “Off.” Set the Speaker to “Normal (HeadphoneSW)” or “On” (page 71).
Local Control is “Off.” Set Local Control “On” (page 72).
“Expression” is assigned to the right pedal or the AUX pedal. Assign any function other
than “Expression” to the pedal (page 65).
The speakers do not switch off when a pair
of headphones is connected to the
[PHONES] jack.
Speaker setting is “On.” Set the speaker setting to “Normal (HeadphoneSW)” (page 71).
The tone quality and/or volume from the
speakers or headphones has changed.
The sound condition output from the internal speakers and the headphones changes
automatically to the appropriate settings depending on how the external device is
connected to the AUX OUT jacks. See chart on page 50.
Pedals do not function.
The pedal cord may not be securely connected to the [PEDAL] jack. Be sure to insert the
pedal cord all the way until the metal part of the cord plug disappears from view (page 85).
The on/off setting of the pedal connected to
the AUX PEDAL jack is reversed.
Some types of pedals may turn on and off in opposite fashion. Use the “AuxPedalType”
parameter (page 70) in the “FUNCTION” menu to change the external pedal setting.
The keyboard volume is lower than the
Song playback volume.
The volume level for the keyboard performance is set too low. Move the [SONG BALANCE]
slider toward “KEYBOARD” to increase the keyboard volume (page 40).
The buttons do not respond.
While you are using a function, some buttons not used for the function are disabled. If the
Song is playing, stop playback. Otherwise, press the [EXIT] button to return to the Voice
display. Then, perform the desired operation.
Higher or lower notes do not sound
correctly when the transpose or octave
setting is made.
This instrument can cover the range of C -2 – G8 when you set the transposition or octave.
If notes lower than C -2 are played, the sound is moved one octave higher. If notes higher
than G8 are played, the sound is moved one octave lower.
Performance in Dual or Split mode is not
recorded, or part data is lost unexpectedly.
Switching to Dual mode or Split mode in the middle of the Song is not recorded. Also, the
recording part for the Voice 2 (Dual mode) or the left-hand Voice (Split mode) is
automatically assigned (page 40). If the assigned part already has data, the data will be
overwritten and deleted when you record.
The Song title is not correct.
The “CharacterCode” setting may be different than that is selected when you named the
Song. Also, if the Song was recorded on another instrument, the title might be displayed
incorrectly. Use the “CharacterCode” parameter (page 48) in the [FILE/SONG SETTING]
menu to change the setting. However, if the Song was recorded on another instrument,
changing the “CharacterCode” parameter setting may not resolve the problem.
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Troubleshooting
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Assembling the Clavinova
CAUTION
• Be careful not to confuse parts, and be sure to install all parts in the correct direction. Please assemble in accordance with the
sequence given below.
• Assembly should be carried out by at least two persons.
• Be sure to use the correct screw size, as indicated below. Use of incorrect screws can cause damage.
• Assemble the unit on a hard and flat floor with ample space.
• Be sure to tighten up all screws upon completing assembly of each unit.
• To disassemble, reverse the assembly sequence given below.
Have a Philips-head (+) screwdriver of the appropriate size ready.
Remove all parts from the package and make sure you have all of the items.
A
Connector
panel
AC IN
Foamed styrol pads
Take out the styrofoam pads, and place A on top of the pads.
Position the styrofoam pads so that they do not interfere with
the connector panel at the bottom of A, AC IN, or the fittings on
the center of the rear panel.
B
C
6 x 20 mm long screws x 4
4 x 20 mm
tapping screws x 4
6 x 16 mm short screws x 6
Cord holders x 2
4 x 14 mm thin screws x 9
Power cord
4 x 10 mm thin screws x 2
Headphone hanger
Pedal cord
D
The pedals are covered with vinyl covers when
shipped from the factory. For optimum use of the
GP Responsive Damper Pedal, we recommend
that you remove the cover from the damper pedal.
E
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Assembling the Clavinova
F
1.
1-1
1-2
2-3
Attach E and F to D.
Secure D using the four 6 x 20 mm long
screws.
Remove the twist tie from the folded pedal
cord.
Do not remove the twist tie located next to the hole.
Don’t discard the twist tie, you’ll need it later in
step 6.
E
2-4
1-1
F
D
3.
Lay A into position.
Align the screw threads on the bottom of A with
the screw threads of E and F, while gently lowering
A into position.
1-2
2.
2-1
A
Attach B.
15cm
Insert B between E and F as shown in the
illustration.
F
15cm
E
F
B
D
2-2
2-3
Place your hands at least 15 cm
from either end of A when
positioning it.
E
CAUTION
• Be extra careful not to drop or let your fingers be pinched
by the main unit.
• Do not hold the main unit in any position other than the
position specified above.
Align and attach B to the front side of D, E
and F.
Secure B using the 4 x 14mm thin screws.
* Insert two screws into the smaller holes on the brackets.
2-4
Temporarily secure with 4 x 14mm thin
screws.
* Insert four screws into the smaller holes on the brackets.
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Assembling the Clavinova
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4.
4-1
4-2
4-3
5.
Attach A.
Adjust the position of A so that the left and
right ends of A will project beyond E and F
equally (as seen from the rear).
5-1
5-2
Secure A using two 6 x 16mm short screws
from the rear.
Connect the speaker cord.
Remove the twist tie attaching the speaker
cord.
Insert the speaker cord plug into the
connector so that the tab extends toward the
front when viewed from the rear.
Secure A using four 6 x 16mm short screws
from the front.
4-1
A
4-2
4-3
6.
6-1
4-4
Firmly tighten the screws from the upper
parts you temporarily fastened in step 2-4
(assembly B).
6-2
6-3
Connect the pedal cord.
Insert the pedal cord plug into the [PEDAL]
connector.
Attach the cord holders to the instrument,
then clip the cord into the holders. At this
time, be careful that the pedal cord isn’t
loose between the plug and cord holder.
Use a twist tie to bundle the pedal cord.
6-1
B
4-4
6-2
6-3
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E
Insert the pedal cord securely
until the metal part of the cord
plug disappears from view.
Otherwise, the pedal may not
function properly.
7-2
Attach C.
Place on D, the stopper-wood at the bottom
edges of C, then secure the top.
8-2
8-1
Secure the upper right, left, and center parts
of C using three 4 x 14 mm thin screws.
110
7-3
Insert the plug of the power cord into the
power connector.
220
7-1
8-2
240
7.
WARNING
An improper voltage setting can cause serious damage to the
instrument or result in improper operation.
Secure the lower part of C using four 4 x 20
mm tapping screws.
127
7-2
9.
Set the adjuster.
Rotate the adjuster until the pedal box comes in
firm contact with the floor surface.
7-1
C
D
C
7-3
8.
8-1
Connect the power cord.
10. Attach the headphone hanger.
Use the included two screws (4 x 10 mm) to attach
the hanger as shown in the illustration.
For models that feature a voltage selector:
Set the voltage selector to an appropriate
voltage.
Voltage Selector
Before connecting the AC power cord, check the
setting of the voltage selector which is provided in
some areas. To set the selector for 110V, 127V, 220V
or 240V main voltages, use a “minus” screwdriver to
rotate the selector dial so that the correct voltage for
your region appears next to the pointer on the panel.
The voltage selector is set at 240V when the unit is
initially shipped. After the proper voltage has been
selected, connect the AC power cord to the AC IN
and an AC wall outlet. A plug adaptor may be also
provided in some areas to match the pin
configuration of the AC wall outlets in your area.
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Assembling the Clavinova
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After completing the assembly, please
check the following.
• Are there any parts left over?
Review the assembly procedure and correct any
errors.
• Is the instrument clear of doors and other
movable fixtures?
Move the instrument to an appropriate location.
• Does the instrument make a rattling noise
when you shake it?
Tighten all screws.
• Does the pedal box rattle or give way when
you step on the pedals?
Turn the adjuster so that it is set firmly against the
floor.
• Are the pedal and power cords inserted
securely into the sockets?
Check the connection.
• If the unit creaks or is otherwise unsteady
when you play on the keyboard, refer to the
assembly diagrams and retighten all screws.
CAUTION
• When moving the instrument after assembly, always
hold instrument by the lower surface in the front of the
main unit and by the handles in the rear panel.
• Do not hold the key cover. Improper handling can result
in damage to the instrument or personal injury.
Hold here.
Do not hold here.
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After transporting the instrument, place the
instrument so that the rear side of the instrument is 1–
2cm away from the wall to ensure optimum
performance of the GP Soundboard Speaker function
(page 15).
Specifications
Size/Weight
Dimensions
Width
[in the case of a model with a
polished finish]
1420mm (55-15/16")
[1424mm] (56-1/16")
Height
[in the case of a model with a
polished finish]
940mm (37")
[943mm] (37-1/8")
Height with music rest
[in the case of a model with a
polished finish]
1108mm (43-5/8")
[1109mm] (43-11/16")
Depth
[in the case of a model with a
polished finish]
513mm (20-3/16")
[513mm] (20-3/16")
Weight
[in the case of a model with a polished finish]
Control
Interface
Keyboard
Pedal
Display
Panel
Cabinet
Number of Keys
88
Type
NW (Natural Wood) with Synthetic ivory keytops (with realwood white keys)
Linear Graded Hammer
Yes
Touch Sensitivity
Yes
Number of Pedals
3 (Damper, Sostenuto, Soft)
Half Pedal
Yes (Damper)
GP Responsive Damper
Pedal
Yes
Type
Backlit LCD (24-character x 2-line)
Contrast
Yes
Color
Monochrome
Language
English, Japanese
Language
English
Key Cover Style
Sliding
Music Rest
Yes
Music Braces
Voices
Effects
87.5kg (192lbs., 14oz.)
[91.0kg] (200lbs., 10oz.)
Yes
Tone Generation
Tone Generation Technology
Real Grand Expression (RGE)
Piano Tone
Generation
Effects
Smooth Release
Yes
Sustain Samples
Yes
Key-off Samples
Yes
String Resonance
Yes
Polyphony
Number of Polyphony (Max.)
256
Preset
Number of Voices
40 + 480 XG + 12 Drum Kits
Compatibility
XG
Yes
GS
Yes
Types
Functions
GM
Yes
GM2
Yes
Reverb
5
Chorus
3
Brilliance
7
DSP
12
Others
Intelligent Acoustic Control, GP Soundboard Speaker
Dual/Layers
Yes
Split
Yes
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Specifications
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Recording/
Playback
(MIDI Songs)
Recording
Number of Songs
250 (max.)
Number of Tracks
16
Data Capacity
Approx. 1.5MB (max.) <Approx. 550KB/song (max.)>
Playback
Data Capacity
Approx. 550KB/Song (max.)
Data Format
Recording
SMF (Format 0)
Playback
SMF (Format 0, Format 1), ESEQ
Data Size
Preset
Approx. 550KB/song (max.)
Number of Preset Songs
50
Recording/
Playback
(Audio Songs)
Length of Recording/Playback
80 minutes/song (max.)
Data Format
.wav (44.1 kHz sample rate, 16-bit resolution, stereo)
Functions
Demo Songs
Overall Controls
Storage and
Connectivity
Storage
Connectivity
Voice Demo: 16
Metronome
Yes
Tempo Range
5 – 500
Transpose
-12 to 0, 0 to +12
Tuning
Yes
Scale Type
7 types
Internal Memory
Approx. 1.5MB
External Device
USB Storage Device (optional)
Headphones
×2
MIDI
[IN][OUT][THRU]
AUX IN
[L/L+R][R]
AUX OUT
[L/L+R][R]
[AUX PEDAL]
Yes
[USB TO DEVICE]
Yes
USB [TO HOST]
Amplifiers/
Speakers
Accessories
Amplifiers
Yes
(30W + 30W + 20W + 20W) x 2
Speakers
(16cm + 8cm + 2.5cm) x 2 + 8cm x 2
Tri-Amp System
Yes
Included Accessories
Owner’s Manual, “50 greats for the Piano” (Music Book), Data
List, AC Power Cord, Bench (included or optional depending
on locale), My Yamaha Product User Registration
* Specifications and descriptions in this owner’s manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or
modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in
every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
Options
(May not be available depending on your particular area.)
BC-100 Bench
A comfortable bench styled to match your Yamaha Clavinova.
HPE-160 Stereo Headphones
High-performance lightweight dynamic headphones with extra-soft ear pads.
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Index
A
I
A-B Repeat ..........................................................................32
Assembly .............................................................................82
Audio Song .........................................................................27
I.A. CONTROL ................................................................. 14
Included Accessories .......................................................... 7
Intelligent Acoustic Control ............................................ 14
B
K
Backup file ..........................................................................74
Backup on/off .....................................................................73
BRILLIANCE .....................................................................23
Key ...................................................................................... 68
Key cover ............................................................................ 12
Key-off sound (Key-Off Sampling) .......................... 71, 77
C
L
CharacterCode ...................................................................48
CHORUS ............................................................................23
Computer ............................................................................52
Connectors .........................................................................49
CONTRAST .......................................................................14
Convert ...............................................................................46
Copy ....................................................................................44
Load (backup file) ............................................................. 74
D
Damper Resonance ...........................................................63
Data Format .......................................................................88
Data List ................................................................................7
Delete ..................................................................................43
Demo Song .........................................................................21
Display characters .............................................................48
Display messages ...............................................................78
Drive (data location) .........................................................28
DriveProperty ....................................................................47
Dual .............................................................................. 24, 62
M
Maintenance ...................................................................... 19
MASTER VOLUME ......................................................... 14
MEMORY .................................................................... 28, 41
Message List ....................................................................... 78
Metronome ........................................................................ 17
MID settings  Other settings ....................................... 56
MIDI Basics ......................................................................... 7
MIDI Song ......................................................................... 27
MIDItoAUDIO ................................................................. 46
Move ................................................................................... 45
Music braces ...................................................................... 14
Music rest ........................................................................... 13
O
Online materials .................................................................. 7
P
E
Factory Set ..........................................................................73
Fast forward ........................................................................29
Format .................................................................................46
FUNCTION .......................................................................68
Part (recording) ................................................................. 34
Part Cancel ......................................................................... 31
Pause ................................................................................... 29
Pedal .............................................................................. 16, 70
Piano Demo ....................................................................... 22
Power .................................................................................. 12
PRESET ........................................................................ 28, 41
Preset Song ......................................................................... 41
G
R
GP Responsive Damper Pedal .........................................16
GP Soundboard Speaker ...................................................15
Recorded data .................................................................... 39
Recording ........................................................................... 33
Rename ............................................................................... 43
Repeat playback ........................................................... 32, 57
Reset .................................................................................... 18
Restore ................................................................................ 73
REVERB ............................................................................. 23
Rewind ................................................................................ 29
Effects ..................................................................................23
F
H
Half-pedal ...........................................................................16
Handling Song files ...........................................................41
Headphone hanger ............................................................15
Headphones ........................................................................15
Appendix
Index
89
Root note ............................................................................69
S
Save (backup file) ...............................................................74
Scale .....................................................................................69
Song .....................................................................................27
Song Auto Open ................................................................48
Song file operation ............................................................41
Song Repeat ........................................................................57
Song types ...........................................................................41
Speaker on/off ....................................................................71
Split ......................................................................................25
String Resonance ........................................................ 71, 77
Sustain Sampling ........................................................ 71, 77
Sync Start ............................................................................30
T
Tempo (metronome) ........................................................17
Tempo (Song playback) ....................................................29
Time signature ...................................................................60
Touch Response .................................................................68
Transpose ...........................................................................68
Troubleshooting ................................................................81
Tuning .................................................................................69
U
USB AUDIO ................................................................ 28, 41
USB storage device ............................................................51
USB1 ............................................................................. 28, 41
V
Voice ....................................................................................20
Voice (Dual) .......................................................................24
Voice Demo ........................................................................21
Volume (Dual/Split) .........................................................61
Volume (Master Volume) ................................................14
Volume (metronome) .......................................................60
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Appendix
Index
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment
This symbol on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical
and electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products, please take them to applicable collection
points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC.
By disposing of these products correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any
potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from
inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products, please contact your local
municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.
[For business users in the European Union]
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for
further information.
[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]
This symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your
local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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The name plate of this product may be found on the bottom of the unit.
The serial number of this product may be found on or near the name
plate. You should note this serial number in the space provided below
and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase to aid
identification in the event of theft.
Model No.
Serial No.
(bottom)
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Explanation of Graphical Symbols
C AUT I ON
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol
within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
The above warning is located on the bottom of the unit.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug
does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12 Use only with the cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13 Unplug this apparatus during
lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does
not operate normally, or has been dropped.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
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Important Notice: Guarantee Information for customers in European
Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland
English
Important Notice: Guarantee Information for customers in EEA* and Switzerland
For detailed guarantee information about this Yamaha product, and Pan-EEA* and Switzerland warranty service, please either visit the website address below (Printable file is available at our
website) or contact the Yamaha representative office for your country (next page). * EEA: European Economic Area
Deutsch
Wichtiger Hinweis: Garantie-Information für Kunden in der EWR* und der Schweiz
Für nähere Garantie-Information über dieses Produkt von Yamaha, sowie über den Pan-EWR*- und Schweizer Garantieservice, besuchen Sie bitte entweder die folgend angegebene Internetadresse
(eine druckfähige Version befindet sich auch auf unserer Webseite), oder wenden Sie sich an den für Ihr Land zuständigen Yamaha-Vertrieb (nächste Seite). *EWR: Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum
Français
Remarque importante: informations de garantie pour les clients de l’EEE et la Suisse
Pour des informations plus détaillées sur la garantie de ce produit Yamaha et sur le service de garantie applicable dans l’ensemble de l’EEE ainsi qu’en Suisse, consultez notre site Web à l’adresse
ci-dessous (le fichier imprimable est disponible sur notre site Web) ou contactez directement Yamaha dans votre pays de résidence (page suivante). * EEE : Espace Economique Européen
Nederlands
Belangrijke mededeling: Garantie-informatie voor klanten in de EER* en Zwitserland
Voor gedetailleerde garantie-informatie over dit Yamaha-product en de garantieservice in heel de EER* en Zwitserland, gaat u naar de onderstaande website (u vind een afdrukbaar bestand op
onze website) of neemt u contact op met de vertegenwoordiging van Yamaha in uw land (volgende pagina). * EER: Europese Economische Ruimte
Español
Aviso importante: información sobre la garantía para los clientes del EEE* y Suiza
Para una información detallada sobre este producto Yamaha y sobre el soporte de garantía en la zona EEE* y Suiza, visite la dirección web que se incluye más abajo (la version del archivo para
imprimir esta disponible en nuestro sitio web) o póngase en contacto con el representante de Yamaha en su país (página siguiente). * EEE: Espacio Económico Europeo
Italiano
Avviso importante: informazioni sulla garanzia per i clienti residenti nell’EEA* e in Svizzera
Per informazioni dettagliate sulla garanzia relativa a questo prodotto Yamaha e l’assistenza in garanzia nei paesi EEA* e in Svizzera, potete consultare il sito Web all’indirizzo riportato di seguito (è
disponibile il file in formato stampabile) oppure contattare l’ufficio di rappresentanza locale della Yamaha (pagina seguente). * EEA: Area Economica Europea
Português
Aviso importante: informações sobre as garantias para clientes da AEE* e da Suíça
Para obter uma informação pormenorizada sobre este produto da Yamaha e sobre o serviço de garantia na AEE* e na Suíça, visite o site a seguir (o arquivo para impressão está disponível no
nosso site) ou entre em contato com o escritório de representação da Yamaha no seu país (próxima página). * AEE: Área Econômica Européia
Σημαντική σημείωση: Πληροφορίες εγγύησης για τους πελάτες στον ΕΟΧ* και Ελβετία
Για λεπτομερείς πληροφορίες εγγύησης σχετικά με το παρόν προϊόν της Yamaha και την κάλυψη εγγύησης σε όλες τις χώρες του ΕΟΧ και την Ελβετία, επισκεφτείτε την παρακάτω ιστοσελίδα
(Εκτυπώσιμη μορφή είναι διαθέσιμη στην ιστοσελίδα μας) ή απευθυνθείτε στην αντιπροσωπεία της Yamaha στη χώρα σας (επόμενη σελίδα). * ΕΟΧ: Ευρωπαϊκός Οικονομικός Χώρος
Svenska
Viktigt: Garantiinformation för kunder i EES-området* och Schweiz
För detaljerad information om denna Yamahaprodukt samt garantiservice i hela EES-området* och Schweiz kan du antingen besöka nedanstående webbaddress (en utskriftsvänlig fil finns på
webbplatsen) eller kontakta Yamahas officiella representant i ditt land (nästa sida). * EES: Europeiska Ekonomiska Samarbetsområdet
Norsk
Viktig merknad: Garantiinformasjon for kunder i EØS* og Sveits
Detaljert garantiinformasjon om dette Yamaha-produktet og garantiservice for hele EØS-området* og Sveits kan fås enten ved å besøke nettadressen nedenfor (utskriftsversjon finnes på våre
nettsider) eller kontakte kontakte Yamaha-kontoret i landet der du bor (neste side). *EØS: Det europeiske økonomiske samarbeidsområdet
Dansk
Vigtig oplysning: Garantioplysninger til kunder i EØO* og Schweiz
De kan finde detaljerede garantioplysninger om dette Yamaha-produkt og den fælles garantiserviceordning for EØO* (og Schweiz) ved at besøge det websted, der er angivet nedenfor (der findes
en fil, som kan udskrives, på vores websted), eller ved at kontakte Yamahas nationale repræsentationskontor i det land, hvor De bor (næste side). * EØO: Det Europæiske Økonomiske Område
Suomi
Tärkeä ilmoitus: Takuutiedot Euroopan talousalueen (ETA)* ja Sveitsin asiakkaille
Tämän Yamaha-tuotteen sekä ETA-alueen ja Sveitsin takuuta koskevat yksityiskohtaiset tiedot saatte alla olevasta nettiosoitteesta. (Tulostettava tiedosto saatavissa sivustollamme.) Voitte myös
ottaa yhteyttä paikalliseen Yamaha-edustajaan (seuraavalla sivulla). *ETA: Euroopan talousalue
Polski
Ważne: Warunki gwarancyjne obowiązujące w EOG* i Szwajcarii
Aby dowiedzieć się więcej na temat warunków gwarancyjnych tego produktu firmy Yamaha i serwisu gwarancyjnego w całym EOG* i Szwajcarii, należy odwiedzić wskazaną poniżej stronę internetową (Plik
gotowy do wydruku znajduje się na naszej stronie internetowej) lub skontaktować się z przedstawicielstwem firmy Yamaha w swoim kraju (następna strona). * EOG — Europejski Obszar Gospodarczy
Důležité oznámení: Záruční informace pro zákazníky v EHS* a ve Švýcarsku
Podrobné záruční informace o tomto produktu Yamaha a záručním servisu v celém EHS* a ve Švýcarsku naleznete na níže uvedené webové adrese (soubor k tisku je dostupný na našich
webových stránkách) nebo se můžete obrátit na zastoupení firmy Yamaha ve své zemi (další stránka). * EHS: Evropský hospodářský prostor
Magyar
Fontos figyelmeztetés: Garancia-információk az EGT* területén és Svájcban élő vásárlók számára
A jelen Yamaha termékre vonatkozó részletes garancia-információk, valamint az EGT*-re és Svájcra kiterjedő garanciális szolgáltatás tekintetében keresse fel webhelyünket az alábbi címen (a
webhelyen nyomtatható fájlt is talál), vagy pedig lépjen kapcsolatba az országában működő Yamaha képviseleti irodával (következő oldal). * EGT: Európai Gazdasági Térség
Eesti keel
Oluline märkus: Garantiiteave Euroopa Majanduspiirkonna (EMP)* ja Šveitsi klientidele
Täpsema teabe saamiseks selle Yamaha toote garantii ning kogu Euroopa Majanduspiirkonna ja Šveitsi garantiiteeninduse kohta, külastage palun veebisaiti alljärgneval aadressil (meie saidil on
saadaval prinditav fail) või pöörduge Teie regiooni Yamaha esinduse poole (järgmine lehekülg). * EMP: Euroopa Majanduspiirkond
Svarīgs paziņojums: garantijas informācija klientiem EEZ* un Šveicē
Lai saņemtu detalizētu garantijas informāciju par šo Yamaha produktu, kā arī garantijas apkalpošanu EEZ* un Šveicē, lūdzu, apmeklējiet zemāk norādīto tīmekļa vietnes adresi (tīmekļa vietnē ir
pieejams drukājams fails) vai sazinieties ar jūsu valsti apkalpojošo Yamaha pārstāvniecību (nākamā lappuse). * EEZ: Eiropas Ekonomikas zona
Dėmesio: informacija dėl garantijos pirkėjams EEE* ir Šveicarijoje
Jei reikia išsamios informacijos apie šį „Yamaha“ produktą ir jo techninę priežiūrą visoje EEE* ir Šveicarijoje, apsilankykite mūsų svetainėje toliau nurodytu adresu (svetainėje yra spausdintinas
failas) arba kreipkitės į „Yamaha“ atstovybę savo šaliai (kitas puslapis). *EEE – Europos ekonominė erdvė
Dôležité upozornenie: Informácie o záruke pre zákazníkov v EHP* a Švajčiarsku
Podrobné informácie o záruke týkajúce sa tohto produktu od spoločnosti Yamaha a garančnom servise v EHP* a Švajčiarsku nájdete na webovej stránke uvedenej nižšie (na našej webovej stránke
je k dispozícii súbor na tlač) alebo sa obráťte na zástupcu spoločnosti Yamaha vo svojej krajine (nasledujúca strana). * EHP: Európsky hospodársky priestor
Pomembno obvestilo: Informacije o garanciji za kupce v EGP* in Švici
Za podrobnejše informacije o tem Yamahinem izdelku ter garancijskem servisu v celotnem EGP in Švici, obiščite spletno mesto, ki je navedeno spodaj (natisljiva datoteka je na voljo na našem
spletnem mestu), ali se obrnite na Yamahinega predstavnika v svoji državi (naslednja stran). * EGP: Evropski gospodarski prostor
Важно съобщение: Информация за гаранцията за клиенти в ЕИП* и Швейцария
За подробна информация за гаранцията за този продукт на Yamaha и гаранционното обслужване в паневропейската зона на ЕИП* и Швейцария или посетете посочения по-долу уеб сайт (на
нашия уеб сайт има файл за печат), или се свържете с представителния офис на Yamaha във вашата страна (следваща страница). * ЕИП: Европейско икономическо пространство
Notificare importantă: Informaţii despre garanţie pentru clienţii din SEE* şi Elveţia
Pentru informaţii detaliate privind acest produs Yamaha şi serviciul de garanţie Pan-SEE* şi Elveţia, vizitaţi site-ul la adresa de mai jos (fişierul imprimabil este disponibil pe site-ul nostru) sau contactaţi
biroul reprezentanţei Yamaha din ţara dumneavoastră (pagina următoare). * SEE: Spaţiul Economic European
http://europe.yamaha.com/warranty/
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Yamaha Representative Offices in Europe
AUSTRIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Austria
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: +43 (0)1 602 03900
Fax: +43 (0)1 602 039051
GREECE
PH. Nakas S.A.Music House/Service
19 KM Leoforos Lavriou
19002 Peania / Attiki, Greece
Tel: +30 (0)210 6686260
Fax: +30 (0)210 6686269
BELGIUM
Yamaha Music Europe
Branch Benelux
Clarissenhof 5b NL, 4133 AB. Vianen
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)347 358040
Fax: +31 (0)347 358060
HUNGARY
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Austria (Central and Eastern Europe)
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: +43 (0)1 602 03900
Fax: +43 (0)1 602 039051
BULGARIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Austria (Central and Eastern Europe)
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: +43 (0)1 602 03900
Fax: +43 (0)1 602 039051
CYPRUS
NAKAS Music Cyprus Ltd.
31C Nikis Ave., 1086 Nicosia
Tel: +357 (0)22 510 477
Fax: +357 (0)22 511 080
CZECH REPUBLIC
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Austria (Central and Eastern Europe)
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: +43 (0)1 602 03900
Fax: +43 (0)1 602 039051
DENMARK
YS Copenhagen Liaison Office
(Yamaha Scandinavia AB Filial Denmark)
Generatorvej 6A, 2730 Herlev, Denmark
Tel: +45 44 92 49 00
Fax: +45 44 54 47 09
ESTONIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Sp. z o.o. Oddział w Polsce
(Branch Poland)
ul. 17 Stycznia 56
PL-02-146 Warszawa Poland
Tel: +48 (0)22 500 29 25
Fax: +48 (0)22 500 29 30
FINLAND
(For Musical Instrument)
F - Musiikki OY
Kaisaniemenkatu 7, PL260
00101 Helsinki, Finland
Tel: +358 (0)9 618511
Fax: +358 (0)9 61851385
(For Pro Audio)
Yamaha Scandinavia AB
J A Wettergrens gata 1
Västra Frölunda, Sweden
(Box 300 53, 400 43 Goteborg
Sweden - Postal Address)
Tel: +46 (0)31 893400
Fax: +46 (0)31 454026
FRANCE
Yamaha Musique France
Zone d’activité de Pariest
7, rue Ambroise Croizat
77183 Croissy-Beaubourg, France
(B.P. 70, 77312 Marne la Vallée Cedex 2
France-Adresse postale)
Tel: +33 (0)1 64 61 4000
Fax: +33 (0)1 64 61 4079
GERMANY
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Siemensstr 22-34
D-25462 Rellingen, b. Hamburg, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)4101 3030
Fax: +49 (0)4101 303 77702
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ICELAND
(For Musical Instrument)
HLJODFAERAHUSID EHF
Sidumula 20
108 Reykjavik, Iceland
Tel: +354 525 50 50
Fax: +354 568 65 14
(For Pro Audio)
Yamaha Scandinavia AB
J A Wettergrens gata 1
Västra Frölunda, Sweden
(Box 300 53, 400 43 Goteborg
Sweden - Postal Address)
Tel: +46 (0)31 893400
Fax: +46 (0)31 454026
IRELAND (REPUBLIC OF IRELAND)
Yamaha Music UK Ltd.
Sherbourne Drive
Tilbrook, Milton Keynes MK7 8BL
United Kingdom
Tel: +353 (0) 1526 2449
Fax: +44 (0) 1908 369278
ITALY
Yamaha Musica Italia s.p.a.
Viale Italia 88
20020, Lainate (Milano), Italy
Tel: +39 (0)02 93577 1
Fax: +39 (0)02 937 0956
LATVIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Sp. z o.o. Oddział w Polsce
(Branch Poland)
ul. 17 Stycznia 56
PL-02-146 Warszawa Poland
Tel: +48 (0)22 500 29 25
Fax: +48 (0)22 500 29 30
LIECHTENSTEIN
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH, Rellingen,
Branch Switzerland in Zurich
Seefeldstrasse 94, CH-8008
Zürich, Switzerland
Tel: +41 (0)44 3878080
Fax: +41 (0)44 3833918
LITHUANIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Sp. z o.o. Oddział w Polsce
(Branch Poland)
ul. 17 Stycznia 56
PL-02-146 Warszawa Poland
Tel: +48 (0)22 500 29 25
Fax: +48 (0)22 500 29 30
LUXEMBOURG
Yamaha Music Europe
Branch Benelux
Clarissenhof 5b NL, 4133 AB. Vianen
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)347 358040
Fax: +31 (0)347 358060
MALTA
Olimpus Music Ltd.
The Emporium, Level 3, St. Louis Street
Msida MSD06
Tel: +356 (0)2133 2093
Fax: +356 (0)2133 2144
NETHERLANDS
Yamaha Music Europe
Branch Benelux
Clarissenhof 5b NL, 4133 AB. Vianen
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)347 358040
Fax: +31 (0)347 358060
NORWAY
YS Oslo Liaison Office
(Yamaha Scandinavia AB Filial Norway)
Grini Naeringspark 1
1361 Osteras, Norway
Tel: +47 67 16 77 70
Fax: +47 67 16 77 79
POLAND
YAMAHA Music Europe GmbH
Sp. z o.o. Oddział w Polsce
ul. 17 Stycznia 56
02-146 WARSZAWA/POLSKA
Tel: +48 (0)22 500 29 25
Fax: +48 (0)22 500 29 30
PORTUGAL
Yamaha Música Ibérica, S.A.U.
Sucursal Portuguesa
Rua Alfredo da Silva
2610-016 Amadora, Portugal
Tel: +351 214 704 330
Fax: +351 214 718 220
ROMANIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Austria (Central and Eastern
Europe)
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: +43 (0)1 602 03900
Fax: +43 (0)1 602 039051
SLOVAKIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Austria (Central and Eastern
Europe)
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: +43 (0)1 602 03900
Fax: +43 (0)1 602 039051
SLOVENIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Austria (Central and Eastern
Europe)
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: +43 (0)1 602 03900
Fax: +43 (0)1 602 039051
SPAIN
Yamaha Música Ibérica, S.A.U.
Ctra. de la Coruna km.17, 200
28230 Las Rozas de Madrid, Spain
Tel: +34 902 39 8888
Fax: +34 91 638 4660
SWEDEN
Yamaha Scandinavia AB
J A Wettergrens gata 1
Västra Frölunda, Sweden
(Box 300 53, 400 43 Goteborg
Sweden - Postal Address)
Tel: +46 (0)31 893400
Fax: +46 (0)31 454026
SWITZERLAND
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH, Rellingen,
Branch Switzerland in Zurich
Seefeldstrasse 94, CH-8008
Zürich, Switzerland
Tel: +41 (0)44 3878080
Fax: +41 (0)44 3833918
UNITED KINGDOM
Yamaha Music UK Ltd.
Sherbourne Drive
Tilbrook, Milton Keynes MK7 8BL
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 870 4445575
Fax: +44 (0) 1908 369278
For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha representative or the
authorized distributor listed below.
Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser à Yamaha ou au
distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans la liste suivante.
NORTH AMERICA
CANADA
Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
135 Milner Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario,
M1S 3R1, Canada
Tel: 416-298-1311
U.S.A.
Para detalles sobre productos, contacte su tienda Yamaha más cercana o el
distribuidor autorizado que se lista debajo.
FRANCE
HONG KONG
Yamaha Musique France
BP 70-77312 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 2, France
Tel: 01-64-61-4000
ITALY
Yamaha Musica Italia S.P.A.
Viale Italia 88, 20020 Lainate (Milano), Italy
Tel: 02-935-771
Yamaha Corporation of America
6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, Calif.
90620, U.S.A.
Tel: 714-522-9011
SPAIN/PORTUGAL
CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
GREECE
MEXICO
Yamaha de México S.A. de C.V.
Calz. Javier Rojo Gómez #1149,
Col. Guadalupe del Moral
C.P. 09300, México, D.F., México
Tel: 55-5804-0600
BRAZIL
Yamaha Musical do Brasil Ltda.
Rua Joaquim Floriano, 913 - 4' andar, Itaim Bibi,
CEP 04534-013 Sao Paulo, SP. BRAZIL
Tel: 011-3704-1377
ARGENTINA
Yamaha Music Latin America, S.A.
Sucursal de Argentina
Olga Cossettini 1553, Piso 4 Norte
Madero Este-C1107CEK
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tel: 011-4119-7000
PANAMA AND OTHER LATIN
AMERICAN COUNTRIES/
CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Latin America, S.A.
Torre Banco General, Piso 7, Urbanización Marbella,
Calle 47 y Aquilino de la Guardia,
Ciudad de Panamá, Panamá
Tel: +507-269-5311
EUROPE
THE UNITED KINGDOM/IRELAND
Yamaha Music U.K. Ltd.
Sherbourne Drive, Tilbrook, Milton Keynes,
MK7 8BL, England
Tel: 01908-366700
Die Einzelheiten zu Produkten sind bei Ihrer unten aufgeführten Niederlassung
und bei Yamaha Vertragshändlern in den jeweiligen Bestimmungsländern
erhältlich.
Yamaha Música Ibérica, S.A.
Ctra. de la Coruna km. 17, 200, 28230
Las Rozas (Madrid), Spain
Tel: 91-639-8888
SWITZERLAND/LIECHTENSTEIN
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Switzerland in Zürich
Seefeldstrasse 94, 8008 Zürich, Switzerland
Tel: 01-383 3990
AUSTRIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH Branch Austria
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien, Austria
Tel: 01-60203900
CZECH REPUBLIC/SLOVAKIA/
HUNGARY/SLOVENIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH Branch Austria
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien, Austria
Tel: 01-602039025
POLAND/LITHUANIA/LATVIA/ESTONIA
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Branch Sp.z o.o. Oddzial w Polsce
ul. 17 Stycznia 56, PL-02-146 Warszawa, Poland
Tel: 022-500-29-25
THE NETHERLANDS/
BELGIUM/LUXEMBOURG
Yamaha Music Europe Branch Benelux
Clarissenhof 5-b, 4133 AB Vianen,
The Netherlands
Tel: 0347-358 040
Philippos Nakas S.A. The Music House
147 Skiathou Street, 112-55 Athens, Greece
Tel: 01-228 2160
SWEDEN
Yamaha Music India Pvt. Ltd.
5F Ambience Corporate Tower Ambience Mall
Complex
Ambience Island, NH-8, Gurgaon-122001, Haryana,
India
Tel: 0124-466-5551
PT. Yamaha Musik Indonesia (Distributor)
PT. Nusantik
Gedung Yamaha Music Center, Jalan Jend. Gatot
Subroto Kav. 4, Jakarta 12930, Indonesia
Tel: 021-520-2577
KOREA
Yamaha Scandinavia AB
J. A. Wettergrens Gata 1, Box 30053
S-400 43 Göteborg, Sweden
Tel: 031 89 34 00
Yamaha Music Korea Ltd.
8F, 9F, Dongsung Bldg. 158-9 Samsung-Dong,
Kangnam-Gu, Seoul, Korea
Tel: 02-3467-3300
DENMARK
YS Copenhagen Liaison Office
Generatorvej 6A, DK-2730 Herlev, Denmark
Tel: 44 92 49 00
FINLAND
F-Musiikki Oy
Kluuvikatu 6, P.O. Box 260,
SF-00101 Helsinki, Finland
Tel: 09 618511
MALAYSIA
Yamaha Music (Malaysia) Sdn., Bhd.
Lot 8, Jalan Perbandaran, 47301 Kelana Jaya,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 03-78030900
PHILIPPINES
Yupangco Music Corporation
339 Gil J. Puyat Avenue, P.O. Box 885 MCPO,
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel: 819-7551
NORWAY
Norsk filial av Yamaha Scandinavia AB
Grini Næringspark 1, N-1345 Østerås, Norway
Tel: 67 16 77 70
ICELAND
Skifan HF
Skeifan 17 P.O. Box 8120, IS-128 Reykjavik, Iceland
Tel: 525 5000
RUSSIA
Yamaha Music (Russia)
Room 37, bld. 7, Kievskaya street, Moscow,
121059, Russia
Tel: 495 626 5005
OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: +49-4101-3030
SINGAPORE
Yamaha Music (Asia) Pte., Ltd.
#03-11 A-Z Building
140 Paya Lebor Road, Singapore 409015
Tel: 6747-4374
TAIWAN
Yamaha KHS Music Co., Ltd.
3F, #6, Sec.2, Nan Jing E. Rd. Taipei.
Taiwan 104, R.O.C.
Tel: 02-2511-8688
THAILAND
Siam Music Yamaha Co., Ltd.
4, 6, 15 and 16th floor, Siam Motors Building,
891/1 Rama 1 Road, Wangmai,
Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel: 02-215-2622
OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES
AFRICA
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Sales & Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu,
Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2317
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Sales & Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu,
Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2317
OCEANIA
MIDDLE EAST
AUSTRALIA
TURKEY/CYPRUS
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: 04101-3030
OTHER COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Australia Pty. Ltd.
Level 1, 99 Queensbridge Street, Southbank,
Victoria 3006, Australia
Tel: 3-9693-5111
NEW ZEALAND
Music Works LTD
P.O.BOX 6246 Wellesley, Auckland 4680,
New Zealand
Tel: 9-634-0099
Yamaha Music Gulf FZE
LOB 16-513, P.O.Box 17328, Jubel Ali,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971-4-881-5868
COUNTRIES AND TRUST
TERRITORIES IN PACIFIC OCEAN
ASIA
THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Yamaha Music & Electronics (China) Co., Ltd.
2F, Yunhedasha, 1818 Xinzha-lu, Jingan-qu,
Shanghai, China
Tel: 021-6247-2211
HEAD OFFICE
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INDIA
INDONESIA
GERMANY
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: 04101-3030
Tom Lee Music Co., Ltd.
11/F., Silvercord Tower 1, 30 Canton Road,
Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: 2737-7688
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Sales & Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu,
Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2317
Yamaha Corporation, Digital Musical Instruments Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-3273
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http://music.yamaha.com/homekeyboard/
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http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/
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