Accordions International Concerto DA100 User manual

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Accordions International
1760 South 450 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
www.AccordionInfo.com
Phone 801-485-5840
Accordions International
Concerto
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DA Series 100-255
Digital Accordion
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The ultimate accordion
capable of producing an
entire World of sounds
with variety and contrast!
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Concerto Grill Layout
Concerto Grill – Split, Range, Volume Control & Display
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Concerto Grill
Effects, Exit & Next
Concerto Small Display
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Bass CH 1 CH2
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Solo OR1 OR2
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Concerto Grill – Sounds & Registers
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Getting the most out of
your Concerto DA-250
Thanks for selecting Concerto.
We are here to serve you!
Best Wishes
We at Accordions International wish to thank you for choosing the
incomparable Concerto D/A Digital Acoustic Accordion. Concerto
combines high levels of technology, rich CD quality sound, and an
easy to use format. We are confident you will find it to be the most
advanced and easiest to use accordion of its kind.
We urge you to read and study this manual carefully so you may
obtain the maximum benefits and receive many years of satisfaction
from your new Concerto accordion. After reading this manual should
you need further help then please feel free to contact us for technical
support. Below are several ways to choose from.
You may contact us via the World Wide Web at
http://www.AccordionInfo.com. Where you may find updated
information. Or email us directly at
Concerto@AccordionInfo.com
Or
You may phone Toll Free for an Appointment with our Tech
Support; 1-800-935-0013
Please identify yourself, include your phone number and best
time to call.
Please take the time to review this manual and then if you feel you still
are unclear or need help then please contact us for support.
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Overview
Concerto is a simple to use, yet powerful system providing complete
control at the touch of a button. Simply touching a register button
recalls an entire, global setup, which includes sounds, volumes,
octaves, effects, effect levels, velocities, and many other parameters.
Concerto features eight factory registers for instant playing pleasure,
and the ability to set 128 of your own favorite registers.
Registers are stored in groups of eight, called a song, and may be
stored on optional RAM memory cards, Registers may be sequenced
from the expression pedal allowing for hands-free sequencing.
Concerto's eight factory registers let yon play any style of music
without studying the manual. Simply turn the power on and select one
of the eight register buttons. As you learn to make you own registers
you may store them in one of 128 user registers.
By touching one of the 32 sound select buttons, you may quickly
change sound settings in real time, allowing you to perform without
programming the registers. The six LED's located on the top side of the
grill will indicate which section is assigned to the 32 tone select
buttons. If you wish to change a bass sound simply press the bass
button to light up the bass led and make your selection from the 32
tone buttons.
Concerto has eight families of voices (piano, organ, guitar, etc.). Each
family has four sounds that can be recalled at the touch of a button.
Over 300 additional sounds are available in the sound library.
Concerto features six sections, three for the left hand (bass, chord 1,
and chord 2) and three for the right hand (solo, orchestra 1, and
orchestra 2). A separate sound may be selected for each section
providing for a rich layering of sounds which may be fine tuned with
volume, velocity, octave range, reverb type and level, chorus type and
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level, repeat and other effects, tempo settings for external drum, and
sequencer devices.
We urge you to study this manual carefully and to keep it as a handy
reference to your Concerto.
This manual has been written for the Concerto DA-250 but is also
valuable for the DA-100 and DA-200 models. Please not that both the
DA-200 and DA-250 have the same hardware except for the Sound
Engine. The DA-250 has more sounds and more memory to provide
even more accurate sound than the previous models.
For those who are reading this manual that own a DA-100 the major
functional difference is in how you back-up or archive the registers
saved in your accordion. With the DA-100 they are saved on battery
backed memory cards. Please see Appendix C at the end of this
manual for specific instructions on how to use the Concerto RAM 64
Memory Cards.
Those with the DA-200 and DA-250 have the latest technology in
FLASH memory that requires no batteries and is non-volatile.
Instructions for how you back-up or archive the registers saved in your
accordion are included in Chapter 5 of this manual.
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Chapter One
Concerto Setup
Inventorying Your Equipment
After unpacking your new Concerto carefully place all of the items in
front of you. Check that you have all of the following:
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Concerto accordion
Concerto generator
Concerto power supply
Volume pedal (expression pedal)
Four-way foot switch
Foot-switch cable (with a five pin connector on one end and a
nine pin connector on the other)
1 Firing cable (eight pin DIN plug on both ends)
2 Audio cables for Generator Left and Right
1 Stereo Y Cable for amplified accordion.
You will also need an amplifier or a stereo PA system capable of
handling Concerto's full spectrum of sound. Your local dealer should
be able to assist you in choosing the correct amplification for your
specific needs.
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Connecting Your Concerto
The following steps will assist you in correctly connecting your
Concerto.
A. Connect the firing cable to the bottom of the Concerto and to the
generator connector labeled "accordion"
B. Connect the volume pedal to the generator jack labeled "pedal 1"
C. Connect the four way foot pedal to the generator jack labeled
"pedal 2"
D. Connect the power supply to an electrical outlet and then to the
generator jack labeled “power"
E. Connect the audio cables to the stereo left and right outputs of
the generator, then to two channels on the amplifier. It is
important that both channels used on the amplifier have the
same settings.
F. Power up the Concerto
G. Turn on the amplifier (to prevent popping in the speakers turn
the amplifier off before turning off the rest of the equipment)
H. Adjusting the volume: With the expression pedal in the
maximum position (all the way down) and the Concerto's
volume at the 3 O'clock position gradually raise the volume on
the amplifier until you are at the loudest forte you desire. The
expression pedal will now provide a full range of volume
from zero to full volume.
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Chapter Two
Factory Set Registers
Exploring the Eight Factory-set Registers
Each time Concerto is turned on an automatic systems check will be
performed. At the same time the large display identifies the software
version currently being used. After about four seconds the display will
go immediately to factory-set song register 1.
Factory-set Registers
(Please note - The numbers in parenthesis - example (60) - refer to the drawing on page 3.)
v Register 1 (60): Features acoustic piano and slow strings on the right
hand, and acoustic bass, acoustic piano, and slow strings on the left
hand.
v Phantom*: Violin
v Register 2 (61): Features great theater organ combination on both
right and left hands.
v Phantom*: Trumpet
v Register 3 (62): Features acoustic nylon guitar with slow strings on
the right hand, and acoustic bass, nylon guitar and slow strings on the
left hand.
v Phantom*: Flute
v Register 4 (63): Features orchestra strings on both hands.
v Phantom*: Violin
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v Register 5 (64): Features solo clarinet with soft brass on the right hand,
and acoustic bass and soft brass on the left hand.
v Phantom*: Clarinet
v Register 6 (65): Features solo trumpet with brass on the right hand,
and acoustic bass and brass on the left hand.
v Phantom*: Trumpet
v Register 7 (66): Features vibes with slow strings on the right hand, and
acoustic bass and organ on the left hand.
v Phantom*: Clarinet
v Register 8 (67): Features mandolin with strings on the right hand, and
acoustic bass with clarinet (arpeggio) on the left hand.
v Phantom*: Tremolo strings
Touch the Register 1 button. You should hear piano with slow strings.
Notice the touch-sensitivity. The piano really comes alive with the
touch feature! Turn off this feature by touching the button labeled
touch. The red LED above the button will go off. Play the Concerto
with the touch feature on and off and compare the difference. Touch
sensitivity adds extra realism to many sounds.
Now touch the Register 2 button and try the great organ sound.
Notice the touch button is off. For more realistic ORGAN sounds we
recommend turning off this feature and using the using the expression
pedal.
Try all of the factory settings and you will find they match most styles
of music. Pay particular attention to Registers 5 and 6 as they feature
solo sounds. Solo means there is an automatic split which plays the
solo sound only on the highest note and other orchestra sounds are
played on all other notes.
We suggest that after becoming familiar with the factory-set registers
you learn how to select and create your own registers. Refer to Chapter
3, "Making and Recording Your Very Own Registers"
* Phantom is a feature that brings a new (phantom) sound to the
treble keyboard. This feature is presented in the next chapter.
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Chapter Three
Fixed Footswitches
& Panel Buttons
In this chapter you will learn the functions of the two side switches on the
expression pedal, the phantom pedal on the four-way pedal, and the buttons on
the front of the Concerto.
Fixed Foot Switches
Expression Pedal
The expression pedal is equipped with two side switches. The left
switch turns on and off the internal drum unit clock on the Concerto.
Notice the LED above the start/stop button on the accordion flashes at
the current tempo setting when the clock is off and remains steady
when the clock is on. No drums will play unless your Concerto is
connected to an external Midi drum unit.
The right switch on the expression pedal is a very powerful tool, which
allows you the hands-free ability to sequence up to the next register.
Set your Concerto at Resister 1 and touch the right switch on the
expression pedal. Notice the LED above the registers advances to the
next register.
It is important to mention that Concerto has been painstakingly
studied to provide you with the most natural musical effects. One of
our achievements in producing natural effects is that the sound of any
note held during a register change is not affected until the note is
released and a new note played. This provides for a smooth and
natural transition between register changes. Notice, there is a special
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screen saver function that allows register changes to occur as fast as
possible. When notes are played during a register change, the screen is
not fully displayed which saves time and allows the register change to
be immediate. If you wish to view the entire screen, simply touch the
exit button and the full screen will be displayed.
Phantom
Phantom is a feature you will find invaluable no matter what your
music ability. Phantom is an imaginary keyboard, or second sound,
that allows you to carry on a dialogue between two separate
instruments. Phantom also provides the ability to play a solo passage
on notes other than those with high note priority, with phantom, notes
up and down the scale may be played by the solo instrument.
To see how this feature works select factory-set Register 2. You now
have a theater organ sound. Touch the "phantom" foot pedal (the first,
or far left pedal on the four-way pedal) and the sound will change to a
trumpet. Touch the "phantom" pedal again and you will return to the
organ sound. The LED above the solo button will flash when phantom
is on.
Now, with the phantom off touch any note on the keyboard. While
holding that note (organ sound) touch the "phantom" foot switch and
play a passage of notes above and below the original note. Note that
these have a trumpet sound while the original note remains the organ.
Now release all the notes and play a new passage. All of these notes
will have a trumpet sound. Touch the "phantom" pedal (turning the
phantom feature off) and any new notes return to the organ sound.
Four-way Foot Pedal
Foot pedal A (second pedal from the left) is set as a sustain pedal while
in the factory songs. Foot pedal B (third pedal from the left) is
sostenuto. To use the sostenuto effect you must first play a note(s),
then before releasing it hold down the sostenuto pedal. The sostenuto
pedal will sustain the notes for you allowing you to play nonsustained passages with only the pre-selected notes being sustained.
Foot pedal C (far right pedal) is the soft damper pedal. This allows you
to soften a passage on the right hand. The use of these pedals will be
described later in this manual.
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Panel Buttons
The buttons on the Concerto panel, or grill, are described below. See
attachment A for a picture of Concerto with accompanying reference
numbers. (Panel buttons will be italicized throughout these manuals).
Important: We have placed settings in your Concerto that should
suffice for your immediate needs. We do not recommend you
experiment with these settings until you read about them specifically
in this manual.
#1. Split
There are four split settings, which are indicated by the following LED
patterns:
a. No split (no LED): All active sections play (solo plays
only high notes).
b. Split one (left LED on): High note is played only by solo
section.
c. Split two (right LED on): Same as split one, but three
notes must be played before orchestra section sounds.
This split allows solo legato passages to be played
without the interference of the orchestra sections
popping in between legato notes.
d. Split three (both LED's on): This is first note priority for
the solo section. Similar to phantom in that this is not
high note priority. Different from phantom in which the
solo sound is really struck after the first note; this is first
note priority.
#2.Bass Range
There are two bass ranges to select from:
a.
b.
Bass range one (left LED on): Lowest bass note is C
ranging up to B.
Bass range two (right LED on): Lowest bass note is F#
below C with the highest note being F above C.
#3. Chord Range
There are three selections:
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a.
b.
c.
Chord range one (left LED on): Chords are formed in the
octave F# to F
Chord range two (right LED on): Chords are formed in
the octave C to B
Chord range three (both LED's on): Chords are formed in
the 1.5 octave range of F# to B3 forming open harmony.
#4. Arpeggio
There are four positions:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Arpeggio off (no LED's): Chords are fixed.
Arpeggio one (left LED on): Chords are automatically
inverted upward in harmony with each strike. Striking a
bass note starts the chord position at the beginning.
Arpeggio two (right LED on): Chords are automatically
inverted up once and repeated down once with each
strike. Again striking a bass note starts the pattern from
the beginning.
Arpeggio three (both LED's on): Chords are automatically
played in a pattern of invert up, up, up then down, down,
down which when combined with a bass note forms a
classical six step pattern. Try with 3/4 or 6/8 time
signatures.
#5. Arr.
Reserved for future use.
#6. C. Hold
LEFT HAND REGISITER FREEZE
The C.HOLD button turns on and off this feature. When the C.HOLD
button is on the left hand remains frozen to the current Song Register
and as new Song Registers are recalled they are applied only to the
right hand. While the Concerto is in this mode you can still make
changes manually to the left hand and record new registers while the
C.HOLD feature is on.
Example you may recall Factory Setting #2 (ORGAN) and then select
C.HOLD and then Recall Factory Setting #1. You will then have the
ORGAN on the left hand and the Piano & Strings on the Right hand
(this could then be saved as a new register). Now release the C.HOLD
function and press Factory Setting #1 again and you will have
Acoustic Bass & Piano again in the left hand and the Song Registers
will now apply to both Left and Right sides of the Concerto.
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#7. T.Start
Reserved for future use.
#8. Select
Used to select screens, sub-menu screens, second functions such as
manual drums, and record a register. Each function is discussed in
detail under the appropriate sections later in this manual.
#9. Track
Used to access Manual Drum Sounds with pressed together with
SELECT. Other functions reserved for future updates.
#10. Intro/End
Reserved for future use.
#11. Start/Stop
Start/stop internal Midi clock
#12. Exit
Exit performs several functions. First it exits any sub-menu and brings
back the main screen. It also writes the screen, which may not be
visible when recalled while playing. Exit is also used in conjunction
with select to bring up the record menu to record a register.
#13. Trans
You may transpose the electronics of Concerto (and all attached midi
gear) up or down half steps with the up or down arrow buttons. This is
easily done in real time during performance. Note you must return the
transpose to +O to play the acoustic accordion together with the
electronics so that they are both in the same key.
#14. Bass
Volume for bass section
#15. Chord l
Volume for chord I. section
#16. Chord 2
Volume for chord 2 section
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#17. Rhythm
Sends Program Change numbers 1 to 64 on Channel 10
#18. Solo
Volume for solo section
#19. Orch. I
Volume for orchestra 1
#20. Orch. 2
Volume for orchestra 2
Additional Information about volume keys:
Volume Range
There are 64 increments of volume ranging from 0 (volume off) to 64
(maximum volume). The volumes settings for all sections being played
are indicated in the large display while the top display shows the
volume setting momentarily while you are adjusting an individual
instrument.
The Volume or “value” buttons are an important part of your
Concerto. You will later learn that with different menu’s you can
change the “value” or many different things such as changing the
octave range of the section or selecting a new sound from the
alphabetized “Library” of sounds.
You may want to spend some time practicing using the volume
buttons. They have two speeds. If you touch the button momentarily
the numbers will roll by slowly one at a time. If you hold the key
down after about 2 seconds the numbers go into high gear and roll by
very rapidly. The high-speed feature is to get you to the general range
and the slow speed (touching the button and releasing) is for accuracy.
Section on/off:
When both up/down volumes of a section are depressed then the
section is turned off. To turn on a section, simply touch either up or
down for the desired section. Example; pressing both bass volume up
and down together turns off the bass section, pressing either bass
volume up or down turns the bass section back on again.
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Other Functions
Important: Buttons 14 - 20 are also used as value keys for other menus.
The only time they perform the descriptions above is during the main
screen. Each button controls the information present in the screen.
There are four rows of information in the screen and four rows of
volume/value keys on each side of the screen. Each button controls
the corresponding line of information in the display screen.
#21. Tempo
Adjusts the tempo of the internal Midi clock
#22. Reverb
Turns on and off the reverb effect on the entire instrument
#23. Chorus
Turns on and off the chorus effect for the entire instrument
#24. Touch
Turns on and off the keyboard touch sensitivity
Additional Information about Effects Buttons
Note: Other functions
The effects sections (buttons 22 - 24) also have sub-menus that are
important to their function. To select these sub-menus simply hold
select and then touch the effect you wish to select. For example,
selecting reverb will bring up a reverb menu that will allow you to
select the type and level of reverb for each section. Again exit brings
you out of this menu. We will explore these features in further detail
later.
#25. Bellows
Turns on and off the bellow expression. When bellows expression is
engaged the expression is controlled by the bellows rather than by the
expression pedal.
#26. Next
From/to (arrows left/right) turns the pages of the screen. There are
three types of menus:
a. Main menu: Includes volume (normal screen), octave, library,
and velocity.
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b. Effect menu: Includes repeat, reverb, chorus, bellow, pedal 2,
foot pedal A, foot pedal B, and foot pedal C.
c. Global screens: These are used to set master tune, master reverb,
chorus amounts, and constant bass. To select a global screen
press select + next (again remember exit gets you out).
#22 - #58. Tone Bank
These are individual tone buttons grouped in eight families
#59. Song
There are three song positions
a. Factory song (lower arrow): Eight factory-set registers
b. User song (upper arrow): Buttons 43 - 50 are used to select user
songs 1 - 8, and buttons 51 - 58 used to select user songs 9 - 16.
Only buttons 27 - 43 can be used to change sound settings while
in this mode.
c. Tone select (no arrows): This position allows all the tone bank
buttons to be used while in the user song mode. When in this
mode the user songs cannot be changed.
#60-67. Song registers
Resister buttons 1 -8
(8-9) Manual Drums
Manual drums; a feature selected from the front panel by touching
select (8) and track (9) together. To try this feature we suggest you
begin with user register 1 and then recall the manual drums. You will
then have a 41 (46 chromatic) note drum kit on the treble keyboard of
the accordion that is TOUCH SENSITIVE. To exit touch the exit button
to return to the normal playing mode.
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Additional Information about Small Display
(68 and 69) Small Display
The small display is your navigation guide – it tells you (68) what song
bank you are on – and therefore you will know what bank of 8
registers you are playing (buttons 60 – 67) whether they are FACTORY
or USER registers.
The display will show F for Factory (which is the normal position
when you power up your Concerto).
When you select the USER song banks – (done with the SONG [59]
button – turning on the top triangular LED indicating USER SONGS).
The SONG BANKS are then selected with the row of buttons starting
with 24, 33, 37, 41, 45, 49, 53, & 58. This row will select the USER
SONGS 1 thru 8 and the small display will display the number of the
BANK.
The second set of 8 USER Songs selected with the buttons just below
the previous row – 25, 34, 38, 42, 46, 50, 54, & 58. This row selects
banks 9 thru 16 but is displayed as 1. thru 8. (please pay attention to
the dot (.) after the number this is indicating the second set of Bank
Numbers.
Concerto Small Display
68
F.
69
Bass CH 1 CH2
70
71
72
73
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75
Solo OR1 OR2
59
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Chapter 4
Making and Recording
Your Own Registers
In this chapter you will learn to record your own user registers. The
ability to select sounds and record registers assists you in making your
Concerto a very unique and personal instrument.
The following examples will lead you through the steps necessary to
record user registers. Each example results in a different type or style
of sound.
Example l: Jazz Guitar with Strings
Step 1
Begin by selecting a factory song register, which is close to
your desired style. A register that has many of the traits you already
desire. This means you have far less work in creating the new register
if much of the register is similar to what you desire.
After you have recorded your own user song registers, you may
choose either one of these or a factory song register as the basis of a
new register.
a. In this example choose factory song register l.
b. Touch the orchestra 1 volume button
c. Select jazz guitar - now assigned to orchestra I
d. Activate chord l and select jazz guitar again
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You now have a jazz guitar on both the left hand chords and the right
hand along with an acoustic bass. Using steps a through d practice
making other changes.
Important when you select or touch a volume button you must change
the volume setting to activate the section. We suggest you practice this
so that when you touch a section button you only move the volume up
or down by one number (example 55 to 56).
Step 2.
Now you are ready to record your new register
a. Press both the Select and Exit together until you see a
J Gtr
J Gtr
a. Select & Exit TOGETHER
b. Press 1
to record
new screen appear. Since you were at factory song
(which cannot be recorded over) Concerto has taken you
to user song bank 1 (if you wish to select another bank
then select it now [example - organ 3 button will recall
song 2.
b. Now select register I to write. That is it you have
recorded a new register.
Step 3.
Recalling your new register.
a. Press the song button until the user song arrow is lit
b. Press user song bank l button (EP2)
c. Press the desired register button 1- 8 (for this example 1
is where we recorded our new register and pressing 1
will now recall it)
J Gtr
b.
J Gtr
a.
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c.
Example 2: Jimmy Smith B3 organ with key click
Step 1.
Selecting an appropriate register and then make selections
and alterations (Since we are dealing with an organ register
we will begin with factory song register 2).
a. Select factory song 2
b. Select organ 2 on orchestra 1
c. Turn off the chorus effect button
Step 2.
Now record this new setting on user song bank 1 register 2
a. Press select and exit together
b. Select song bank 1 (if not selected press EP 1 button)
c. Press register 2 button to write
You have now completed and recorded two new registers on your Concerto!
Example 3: Banjo solo and guitar accompaniment on chord
Step 1. Selecting the sounds – For this register we will begin with
factory song register 3 (Guitar), which is similar to a banjo.
a. Select factory register 3
b. Select banjo on orchestral
c. Cancel orchestra2 (up and down volume together = off
Step 2. Record to song bank 1 register 3 (remember you have 128
places to store your favorite settings located in 16 user
song banks times 8 registers each).
a. Press select/exit
b. Make sure song 1 is selected
c. Press register 3 to write
Example 4: Strauss waltz style
Step 1.
Selecting the sounds
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a. Select factory register 4
b. Select arpeggio #1 (left LED on next to arpeggio
button)
c. Raise volume of both chord 1 and chord 2 to about 50
Step 2
Record to song bank 1 register 4
a. Press select/exit
b. Select song 1
c. Press register 4 to write
Recalling your registers
Once you have entered user song bank 1 you simply need press the
register button to recall one of the 4 registers we have just recorded. If
you have already recalled a register in that bank (example 2 the B3
organ) and wish to recall the banjo setting simply press register 3 (you
do not need to press the song bank button as long as you do not wish
to go to another song bank).
We are confident that with a little experimentation you will soon be
creating many of your own personal combinations. Have fun
experimenting.
If you wish to alter one of your user registers you may record over the
original and save the new version. You may also copy registers by
recalling them and then recording them to a new location. (This is a
necessary step to avoid erasing a previously recorded register). This is
especially useful in programming sequences of registers to perform a
concert type arrangement. Using the sequence up switch on the side of
the volume pedal will move you smoothly to the next register.
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Chapter 5
Overall Settings
& Archival Memory
About Archival Memory*
*NOTE – DA-100 Series Users See Appendix for Memory Card
Instructions
It is really simple! You can either bring (RECALL) 64 registers UP to
the ACCORDION or you can send (SAVE) 64 registers down to an
archival position in the generator box.
Let's examine a little further - you have the ability to SAVE or RECALL
64 registers at one time. The 64 registers in the Accordion are labeled
either <SONGS 1to 8> or they are <SONGS 9 to 16>.
The Archive positions are labeled as numbers <1, 2, 3 and so on> and
depending on what was purchased in your accordion you have a
minimum of 3 positions up to total possible 14 Archival positions.
Should you be interested in purchasing more memory please contact
Accordions International.
Below is a listing of how many archival positions are available with 1,
2 , 3 or 4 memory units.
1 UNIT (Standard) provides 3 positions
2 UNITS (with 1 optional unit) provides a total of 7 positions
3 UNITS (with 2 optional units) provides a total of 10 positions
4 UNITS (with 3 optional units) provides a total of 14 positions
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Now - back to the Archival positions - say you have 3 positions only in
your Generator box. Then when you enter the ARCHIVAL SCREEN
area, in the bottom half of the screen with the <ORCH 1> button you
select the Archive positions and they will scroll only from 1 to 3 but
should you have a second FLASH memory unit installed you will then
have a total of 7 positions should you have 3 units installed you will
then have 10 total archival positions and with all 4 units installed you
will have the maximum of 14 positions - that is 14 X 64 registers or 896
total archival registrations (and combined with the 128 in the Concerto
that is 1024 Registers) - more than even I would ever need.
It is best to think about ARCHIVAL MEMORY as you would think
about storing your Christmas Decorations – Archive is a place to put
away registers that may be specialty items such as 64 registers for
Christmas songs.
Helpful hint! - It is very important that you keep a written log of your
registers - and even making a title for all 64 registers as a group is a
good idea - such as "Christmas Registers" then when you keep a
written record and you archive them say you store them to Archive 3
and you develop 64 for Country Western and October-Fest and maybe
another for weddings and parties. Then you can logically save 64
registers away with labels and for example have the following saved.
Archive 1 = Weddings and Parties
Archive 2 = Country Western and October-Fest
Archive 3 = Christmas
SAVING and RECALLING Archival Registers
Archiving is simple all you need to do is follow the instructions in the
Concerto’s screen – below are the steps to SAVE or RECALL registers
into archival memory.
GLOBAL EDIT
Reverb depth
Chorus depth
Master Tune
64
64
0
1. Enter the GLOBALS Screens, by pressing the SELECT and NEXT
together until you see the global screen appear.
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2. Step with the NEXT key until you see the ARCHIVE MEMORY
screen
ARCHIVE MEMORY
RECALL SONGS [1 TO 8]
FROM ARCHIVE [ 1 ]
PUSH SPLIT & T. START
3. Follow the instructions in the screen.
4. Decide if you want to do by pressing the SOLO button < q or p >
RECALL SONGS 1 TO 8
RECALL SONGS 9 TO 16
SAVE SONGS
1 TO 8
SAVE SONGS
9 TO 16
Note: You may want to SAVE the song registers in your accordion first
before you RECALL song registers from the archive memory.
Recalling means that you will erase and replace 64 registers in your
accordion with 64 registers from the archive memory.
5. Then use the ORCH1 and press < q or p >to choose the desired
archive 1, 2 or 3. Change to the archive you want to either RECALL or
SAVE.
6. Double check and read the screen THREE TIMES –and make sure
the statement is really what you want to do – remembering SAVE will
save your registers to the selected archive location in your generator
box – and RECALL means that you will replace the selected 64
registers in your accordion with the selected archive position. Once
you are sure you have read it three times and are sure that you want to
proceed then go on to the final step. Otherwise you may always press
EXIT and abort the procedure.
7. Now that you are ready to either SAVE or RECALL the desired 64
registers – you simply press the SPLIT and T.START buttons together
on your grill.
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Master Settings
The following global settings are important depending on which
sound engine you have in your Concerto Generator box. The settings
below may need to be restored manually if your Concerto has
experienced a static shock and has lost temporarily these settings.
First-generation Concerto DA-100 accordions
Global Reverb 64
Global Chorus 64
Master Tune 0
Second Generation Concerto DA-100 accordions
Global Reverb 110
Global Chorus 40
Master Tune 0
Concerto DA-250 accordions
Global Reverb 64
Global Chorus 40
Master Tune 0
To enter the global screens simply press the SELECT and NEXT keys
together. Simply use the plus minus buttons on the right of the screen
(SOLO, ORCH 1 and ORCH 2 buttons) to enter the desired values.
GLOBAL EDIT
Reverb depth
Chorus depth
Master Tune
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64
0
Global Reverb is a master reverb value that adds more or less reverb to
all registers. As does Global Chorus – Master Tune adjusts the pitch of
the Concerto electronics in 1000th steps of semi tone. That is 0 =
concert pitch and each number every 100 steps is 10 cents above or
below concert pitch. The total range of tuning is from -1000 to +1000.
We recommend you leave tuning at 0 which is in tune with the
Concerto reeds.
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Some Final Notes
Now that you have learned the basics of your Concerto it is time to
explore and experiment with all the possibilities available to you. Keep
this manual as a handy reference.
Most importantly, have fun exploring, experimenting, and wowing
your family, friends, and community with your new incomparable
Concerto. We wish you lots of fun and happy years of enjoyment.
To clean your accordion we recommend Uncle Paul’s Accordion
Formula #1 and a clean micro fiber cloth. Spray the cloth and then
wipe and restore the lustrous shine of your Concerto. Avoid spraying
any cleaner or polish directly on the area’s that are engraved on your
Concerto as liquids may dissolve and wash away the decorative filling.
Thank you for owning a Concerto – you own a very special musical
instrument that has been not only engineered with love and care – but
has had much thought and design in creating the hand built Concerto
you own. This has been a personal dream for me to offer to the world
the Concerto accordion and I am proud that you have chosen to own
the World’s BEST Accordion!
All the best to you and if you have any questions please feel free to call
me – it will be my pleasure to personally assist you. And again thank
you for caring enough to own a Concerto!
Sincerely,
Paul Pasquali
Accordions International
(Home of the Concerto)
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APENDIX A
History of Concerto
Software Upgrades.
Note: from time to time we have added and will continue to add features to the Concerto – below
is a list of past releases and the features that have been added – note all these features are in your
new Concerto DA-250. Please feel free to contact us about new updates from time to time.
Version 1.07 New Release
Version 1.07 provides several fixes as well as allows the Concerto to be compatible
between sound engines including the new DREAM sound engine.
Also version 1.07 allows the pedal feature of both sequences UP and DOWN of
Song Registers. You will find that now the Right butterfly switch on the
Expression Pedal advances the Song Registers while the left butterfly switch
decrements the Song Register to the previous Register.
If you require STOP/START to be on the floor with version 1.07 then an optional
footswitch is available. Please contact your dealer or Accordions International.
Version 1.10c Release
Version 1.10c incorporates all previous upgrades including version 1.07 and
provides two new features to the Concerto. The first is UP and DOWN volume
of the Section Buttons (Bass, Solo, ORCH 1, etc.) has been changed. Now when
the volume reaches the lowest or highest level it stops at either 0 or 63 and does
not wrap around and cycle again. Also, the GS Bank Select is now implemented
on the Footswitch programs.
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The most significant feature of is the Left Hand HOLD function. The C.HOLD
button turns on and off this feature. When the C.HOLD button is on the left
hand remains frozen to the current Song Register and as new Song Registers are
recalled they are applied only to the right hand. While the Concerto is in this
mode you can still make changes manually to the left hand and record new
registers while the C.HOLD feature is on.
Example you may recall Factory Setting #2 (ORGAN) and then select C.HOLD
and then Recall Factory Setting #1. You will then have the ORGAN on the left
hand and the Piano & Strings on the Right hand (this could then be saved as a
new register). Now release the C.HOLD function and press Factory Setting #1
again and you will have Acoustic Bass & Piano again in the left hand and the
Song Registers will now apply to both Left and Right sides of the Concerto.
Accordions International
1760 South 450 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
www.AccordionInfo.com
Phone 801-485-5840
Version 1.10D Release
Version 1.10D incorporates the GS PAN effect. This allows the sound for each of
the musical sections of the Concerto to be PANNED in the STEREO field from
LEFT (0) to RIGHT (63) with Center being (32). To access and adjust the PAN
feature in the default mode simply press the NEXT key until you see PAN in the
upper left corner of the display. The PAN setting is then displayed for each
section. Simply change the number from 0 to 64 to adjust the PAN for each
section desired.
The PAN values are specific for each REGISTER – this means you can save the
settings in a USER REGISTER and each USER REGISTER can have its very own
PAN settings.
NOTE – YOU MUST HAVE A STEREO SOUND SYSTEM TO HEAR THE
STEREO PAN EFFECT!
Version 1.11b Gateway to DA-250 Release
Version 1.11B incorporates all the previous versions and is the first release for the Concerto
DA-250. The major change here is the new generator box and this software is the gateway
interface to the new DA-250 Generator box including the FLASH ARCHIVAL MEMORY
replacing the memory cards of the DA-250 generator. The advantages are added power,
quieter design, better sound, greater memory capacity and the fact that the memory is not
dependent on battery power. Archival memory is more secure and stable with this new
technology.
You may save SONG Banks 1 to 8 OR 9 to 16 from the accordion to the ARCHIVE as well as
recall archive memory back to SONG Banks 1 to 8 or 9 to 16 in the accordion
Enter the GLOBAL Screens – Press SELECT and NEXT together until you see the global
screen appear
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Step with the NEXT key until you see the archive memory screen and follow the instructions
in the screen. The generator box is shipped with 3 archive positions and is expandable to 14
positions.
To SAVE 64 Registers created in your Concerto
Step 1 – Enter Archive Menu – See instructions above with SELECT & NEXT
Step 2 – Select with SOLO button – UP or DOWN Select the 64 Registers you
want to
save either [SAVE SONGS 1-8] or [SAVE SONGS 9-16]
Step 3 - Select the archive location to save your 64 registers use the ORCH 1
button,
either 1, 2 or 3 (optional memory locations to 14).
Step 4 – When you have completed making your selection of 64 registers to SAVE and
also selected the archive location PRESS [SPIT] and [T START]
and wait for your
Concerto to could up to 64 as is transfers the data.
Step 5 – When the data transfer reaches 64 the Archive Screen returns – you
may
either save or recall more groups of 64 registers or press [EXIT] to exit the archive menu.
TO RECALL 64 Registers saved in your Concerto Sound Module
Step 1 – Enter Archive Menu – See instructions above with SELECT & NEXT
Step 2 – Select with SOLO button – UP or DOWN Select the 64 Registers you
want to
RECALL (bring up to your Concerto)by selecting either
[RECALL SONGS 1-8] or [RECALL SONGS 9-16]
Step 3 – Now select the archive location where you want to recall your 64 registers
from by using the ORCH 1 button, either 1, 2 or 3 (optional memory
locations to 14).
Step 4 – When you have completed making your selection of the archival
location to
recall 64 registers to
RECALL and also selected the archive
location PRESS [SPIT]
and [T START] and wait for your Concerto to could up to 64 as is transfers the data.
Step 5 – When the data transfer reaches 64 the Archive Screen returns – you
may
either save or recall more groups of 64 registers or press [EXIT] to exit the archive menu.
Accordions International
1760 South 450 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
www.AccordionInfo.com
Phone 801-485-5840
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Model DA-255 Release
X2 – Additional NEW Sound Samples Added
OR – Theater Organ Library of Sounds Added
NEW Factory Registers Featuring New Sounds Added
Version 1.30p – Adds the X2 and OR libraries to the Concerto. See Appendix B
DA-255 Complete Sound List for a complete listing of sounds now included in
the Concerto alphabetical libraries.
Various items are updated for superior performance in this release and it is full
backwards compatible with any registers previously saved in your Concerto 200
series accordion. With the exception of the Mandolin sound which now
incorporates a repeating sample. Any register previously saved with the
mandolin sound may need to have the auto repeat feature turned off and the
register resaved without the auto repeat.
The 1.30p DA-255 release now features several double sounds (two sounds
layered together) as well as several dynamic sounds (soft touch on keyboard plays
first sound while a harder touch on the keyboard plays a second sound in the same
patch).
Accordions International
1760 South 450 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
www.AccordionInfo.com
Phone 801-485-5840
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APPENDIX B
Concerto DA-250
Sound List & Drum Charts
On page 34 starts the library list of sounds contained in your Concerto
DA-255 accordion. Please note that the chart contains under the word
Display the exact name as it appears in your Concerto display screen.
The list is also it the same alphabetical order as they appear in the
display for each section of the library.
The first column is the LIBRARY column tell the name of the library
these are:
AC = Accordion samples
EX = Extra Sounds to the GS Library
GS = General Synth sound list – the major listing of sounds
X2 = NEW DA-255 Library including some double sounds and
dynamic sounds!
OR = NEW DA-255 Library of theater organ sounds
The second and third columns are the Patch Change and Bank Number
sent by you Concerto for the sound listed on that row.
IMPORTANT Please note that the Patch Change numbers listed in the
PC column are midi PC numbers from 0-127. When you want to
program your pedals you may simply use the PC and Bank numbers
as they appear in the chart! Making it much easier to enter the sound
information to the footswitches of your Concerto!
Full Name – this is a full description for the sound in that row. Please
note that some of the new sounds are dual sounds and some are
dynamic sounds. Dual sounds are layered sounds like Guitar and
Strings or Jazz Guitar and Vibes.
Notes – This is place for you to make notes about each of the sounds in
your Concerto – you might want to add a notes about particular
sounds as you hear them and experiment with them to help you make
new and better registers.
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Concerto Drum Sounds Chart A
Note
STANDARD PC=1
ROOM PC=9
POWER PC=17
ELECTRIC PC=25
TR-808 PC=26
24 - C1
25 - C#1
26 - D1
27 - D#1
28 - E1
29 - F1
30 - F#1
31 - G1
32 - G#1
33 - A1
34 - A#1
35 - B1
36 - C2
37 - C#2
38 - D2
39 - D#2
40 - E2
41 - F2
42 - F#2
43 - G2
44 - G#2
45 - A2
46 - A#2
47 - B2
48 - C3
49 - C#3
50 - D3
51 - D#3
52 - E3
53 - F3
54 - F#3
55 - G3
56 - G#3
57 - A3
58 - A#3
59 - B3
60 - C4
61 - C#4
62 - D4
63 - D#4
64 - E4
65 - F4
66 - F#4
67 - G4
68 - G#4
69 - A4
70 - A#4
71 - B4
72 - C5
73 - C#5
74 - D5
75 - D#5
76 - E5
77 - F5
78 - F#5
79 - G5
80 - G#5
81 - A5
82 - A#5
83 - B5
84 - C6
85 - C#6
86 - D6
87 - D#6
Fingers Snap Left
Finger Snap Right
Snare Roll
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
Bass Drum 2
Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 1
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 2
Low Floor Tom
Close Hi-Hat
H. Floor Tom
Pedal Hi-Hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-Hat
Low Mid Tom
Hi Mid Tom
Crash Cymbal1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Conga Low
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Fingers Snap Left
Finger Snap Right
Snare Roll
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
Bass Drum 2
Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 1
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 2
Room Low Tom 2
Close Hi-Hat
Room Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-Hat
Room Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-Hat
Room Mid Tom 1
Room Hi Tom 2
Crash Cymbal1
Room Hi Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Conga Low
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Fingers Snap Left
Finger Snap Right
Snare Roll
High Q
Slap
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Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
Bass Drum 2
Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Gated Snare
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 2
Room Low Tom 2
Close Hi-Hat
Room Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-Hat
Room Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-Hat
Room Mid Tom 1
Room Hi Tom 2
Crash Cymbal1
Room Hi Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbalal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Conga Low
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Fingers Snap Left
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Snare Roll
High Q
Slap
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Sticks
Square Click
Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
El. Bass Drum 2
El. Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
El. Snare Drum 1
Hand Clap
Gated Snare
El. Low Tom 2
Close Hi-Hat
El. Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-Hat
El. Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-Hat
El. Mid Tom 1
El. Hi Tom 2
Crash Cymbal1
El. Hi Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Reverse Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Conga Low
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Fingers Snap Left
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Snare Roll
High Q
Slap
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Sticks
Square Click
Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
808 Bass Drum 2
808 Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
808 Snare Drum
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 2
808 Low Tom 2
808 Close Hi-Hat
808 Low Tom 1
808 Pedal Hi-Hat
808 Mid Tom 2
808 open Hi-Hat
808 Mid Tom 1
808 Hi Tom 2
808 Crash Cymb 1
808 Hi Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
808 Cow Bell
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Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
808 Mute Hi Cong
808 Open Hi Cong
808Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
808 Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
808 Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
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Concerto Drum Sounds Chart B
24 - C1
25 - C#1
26 - D1
27 - D#1
28 - E1
29 - F1
30 - F#1
31 - G1
32 - G#1
33 - A1
34 - A#1
35 - B1
36 - C2
37 - C#2
38 - D2
39 - D#2
40 - E2
41 - F2
42 - F#2
43 - G2
44 - G#2
45 - A2
46 - A#2
47 - B2
48 - C3
49 - C#3
50 - D3
51 - D#3
52 - E3
53 - F3
54 - F#3
55 - G3
56 - G#3
57 - A3
58 - A#3
59 - B3
60 - C4
61 - C#4
62 - D4
63 - D#4
64 - E4
65 - F4
66 - F#4
67 - G4
68 - G#4
69 - A4
70 - A#4
71 - B4
72 - C5
73 - C#5
74 - D5
75 - D#5
76 - E5
77 - F5
78 - F#5
79 - G5
80 - G#5
81 - A5
82 - A#5
83 - B5
84 - C6
85 - C#6
86 - D6
87 - D#6
88 - E6
JAZZ PC=33
BRUSH PC=41
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Fingers Snap Left
Finger Snap Right
Snare Roll
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
Bass Drum 2
Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Jazz Snare 2
Hand Clap
Jazz Snare 1
Low Floor Tom
Close Hi-Hat
H. Floor Tom
Pedal Hi-Hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-Hat
Low Mid Tom
Hi Mid Tom
Crash Cymbal1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Conga Low
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Fingers Snap Left
Finger Snap Right
Snare Roll
High Q
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Sticks
Square Click
Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
Bass Drum 2
Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Brush Tap
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Low Floor Tom
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H. Floor Tom
Pedal Hi-Hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-Hat
Low Mid Tom
Hi Mid Tom
Crash Cymbal1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Conga Low
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Fingers Snap Left
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Snare Roll
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Ride Cymbal
Sticks
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Metron. Click
Metron. Bell
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Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Concert SD
Castanets
Concert SD
Timpani F
Timpani F#
Timpani G
Timpani G#
Timpani A
Timpani A#
Timpani B
Timpani C
Timpani C#
Timpani D
Timpani D#
Timpani E
Timpani F
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
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Vibraslap
Concert Cymb. 1
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Conga Low
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Woodblok
Low Woodblok
Mute Cuica
Open Quica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Applause
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SOUND FX PC=57
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Guitar Slide
Guitar Cut Noise 1
Guitar Cut Noise 2
Double Bass Slap
Key Click
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Foot Step 1
Foot Step 2
Applause
Door Creaking
Door Closing
Scratch
Wind Chime
Car Start
Car Breaking
Carr Pass
Car Crash
Police
Train
Jet
Helicopter
Starship
Gun Shot
Machine Gun
Laser
Explosion
Dog
Horse
Birds
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Seashore
Bubble
Yeah
Appendix C
This Section For DA-100 Owners ONLY
Concerto DA-100 Memory Card
Memory Card Device Prior to Archival
Overview
The RAM-64 Memory card will hold 64 Performance Registers at one time from your
Concerto. These can be either from Songs 1 to 8 or from Songs 9 to 16. The memory
card must be inserted with the chrome cover face down and going in first. Opposite
of the chrome cover you will find a small switch that is used for memory protection.
Next to the switch is a small plastic carrier that pulls out (see the indent where the
nail of your thumb can be used to pull the carrier out). The card may be shipped to
you with the carrier partially open.
Installing Battery
Pull the battery carrier out and install the 2016 battery in the carrier positive side up
and insert the carrier back into the slot fully inserted. The battery will last about two
years but we suggest you change the battery once a year.
Using the Memory Card
With the Concerto OFF insert the card with the chrome end face down first into the
Concerto Generator until you feel the card latch into place. You will first feel a little
resistance and then the card will firmly latch into place. Make sure you always
insert and remove the memory card with the power OFF.
With the power ON from the grill of the accordion enter the GLOBAL screen by
pressing SELECT and NEXT together. Then with the NEXT key turn the page in the
display until you come to the page dealing with the memory card. Note that if the
memory card is not installed correctly the screen will read MEMORY CARD NOT
INSTALLED. Then use the SOLO key to change the wording in the display. There
are four options.
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*RECALL SONGS 1 to 8=
COPY from CARD to *Concerto song banks 1 to 8
*RECALL SONGS 9 to 16=
COPY from CARD to *Concerto song banks 9 to 16
SAVE SONGS 1 to 8=
Save from Concerto to CARD song banks 1 to 8
SAVE SONGS 9to 16=
Save from Concerto to CARD song banks 9 to 16
*RECALL will ERASE registers in the accordion and replace them with registers
stored on the card!
Memory Protect Switch
The memory protect switch will allow you to save data on the card & not
accidentally write over or erase the settings you have saved. When the switch is in
the WRITE PROTECT position positions 1 and 2 above will read MEMORY
PROTECTED and the Concerto will not allow you to write onto the protected card.
If you want to SAVE information to a protected card simply move the switch.
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