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GDP-8820 DIGITAL PIANO
OWNER’S MANUAL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazards radiation exposure.
Please carefully study this manual and always keep it available. There are, however, some
installation and operation precautions which should be aware of:
1)
Read these instructions.
2)
Keep these instructions.
3)
Heed all warnings.
4)
Follow all instructions.
5)
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6)
Clean only with dry cloth.
7)
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
product heat.
9)
Do not defeat the purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider that 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 the exit from the apparatus.
11)
Only use the 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.
S3125A
13)
14)
15)
16)
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Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
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.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on
the apparatus.
Warning – To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
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
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY:
The lightning symbol inside a triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated or “dangerous voltage” that could constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point inside a trinagle is intended to alert the user of important operation and maintenance/
servicing instructions.
!
CAUTION: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the warranty and the ability to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures :
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.”
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 OPERETION.
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TAKE CARE OF YOUR PIANO
This digital piano will supply you with years of musical enjoyment if you follow the simple rules listed below.
WARNING
When using electrical products, basic safety
precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
SAFETY
Power Source - The product should always be
connected to a power supply only of the type
described in the operating instructions or as
marked on the product.
Periods of Nonuse - The power-supply cord of
the product should be unplugged from the
outlet when left unused for a long period of
time.
SERVICE AND MODIFICATION
This product should be serviced by qualified
service personnel when,
• the power supply cord or the plug has been
damaged,
• liquid has been spilled into the unit or it has
been exposed to rain,
• the instrument does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in
performance.
• the instrument has been dropped or the cabinet
has been damaged.
• Do not attempt to open the piano or make any
change in the circuits or parts of the unit.
HANDLING AND TRANSPORT
• Never apply excessive force to the controls,
connectors or other parts of the instrument.
• Always unplug cables by gripping the plug
firmly, not by pulling on the cable.
• Disconnect all cables before moving the
instrument.
• Physical shocks caused by dropping,
bumping, or placing heavy objects on the
instrument can result in scratches and/or more
serious damage.
• Carefully check the amplifier volume control
before starting to play. Excessive volume can
cause permanent hearing loss.
CLEANING
• For the high-polish finishes, clean the cabinet
and panel with a soft nonabrasive dry cloth.
This cloth should be for High Gloss Lacquer
Finish Furniture. A wax based polish specifically for High Gloss Lacquer Finish Furniture
may be used on the cabinet. Do not use paint
thinner or petrochemical based polishes.
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For Veneer Style Wood finish a standard polish
similar to “pledge” is acceptable or use a dry
“antu-static” cloth.
• To maintain the luster of the keys and buttons
wipe with a clean, slightly damp cloth, and then
polish with a soft dry cloth.
LOCATION
Do not expose the instrument to the following
conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or
more serious damage:
- direct sunlight (near a window)
- high temperatures (near a heat source, outside,
or near a window)
- rain or excessive humidity
- excessive dust
- strong vibration
• Leave enough space around the piano for it to
be properly ventilated.
• This instrument contains digital circuitry and
may cause interference if placed too close to
radio or television receivers. If interference
occurs, move the instrument further away from
the affected equipment.
• Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of the
instrument, vinyl can stick to and discolor the
surface.
• The instrument shall not be exposed to dripping
or splashing and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the
instrument.
POWER
• The instrument should be placed where it is
easy to unplug the power plug
• The instrument is unplugged the power plug
during lightning storn, cleaning or not unused
for long periods of time.
• Turn the power switch off when the instrument is
not in use.
• To avoid damage to the instrument and other
devices to which it is connected, turn the power
switches of all related devices off prior to
connection or disconnection of MIDI cables.
• Turn the power off if the main cable is damaged
or the instrument is spattered with liquid.
• Do not switch the unit on and off in quick
succession, this places an undue load on the
electronic components.
• Avoid plugging the AC power cord into the same
AC outlet as appliances with high power
consumption, such as electric heaters or
refrigerators.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ASSEMBLY ................................................................................ 7
PANEL CONTROLS................................................................ 10
DEMO ....................................................................................... 20
KEYBOARD VOICES ............................................................... 21
Voice Selection ....................................................................... 21
Layer (dual) ............................................................................. 22
Lower (split) ............................................................................ 22
RHYTHM SECTION .................................................................. 24
Rhythm Style Select ............................................................... 24
Adjusting the Tempo ............................................................... 25
Starting and Stopping the Rhythm Style .................................. 26
Variation .................................................................................. 27
Fill-In ....................................................................................... 27
Metronome .............................................................................. 27
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT (AUTO BASE CHORD) ................ 28
Single ...................................................................................... 28
Fingered .................................................................................. 29
Piano ...................................................................................... 30
Manual Bass Chord ................................................................ 30
Auto Harmony ......................................................................... 30
SD CARD ................................................................................. 31
Enter the SD Card mode ........................................................ 31
Save ....................................................................................... 32
Play all songs ......................................................................... 34
Load ........................................................................................ 34
Solo ........................................................................................ 36
Mute ........................................................................................ 39
Delete ..................................................................................... 40
FUNCTION ............................................................................... 41
Drum Kit Selecting (Keyboard Percussion) ............................. 42
Reverb Level .......................................................................... 42
Chorus Level .......................................................................... 43
Touch Response .................................................................... 43
Split Point for Lower Voice ...................................................... 44
Split Point for Auto Accompaniment ........................................ 44
Auto Harmony Type Selecting ................................................ 45
Master Tune ............................................................................ 45
Equalization ............................................................................ 46
Reverb Type ........................................................................... 46
Chorus Type ........................................................................... 47
Vocal Grading ......................................................................... 47
Local .............................................................................. ..........47
Factory Setting ....................................................................... 47
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
RECORD .................................................................................. 48
Recording ............................................................................... 48
Playback ................................................................................. 49
REGISTRATION MEMORY ...................................................... 51
PLAY ALONG SONGS ............................................................ 52
iPOD DOCK ................................................................................. 54
MIDI ........................................................................................... 55
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART ............................................ 57
VOICE LIST .............................................................................. 58
STYLE LIST .............................................................................. 61
DRUM KIT LIST ........................................................................ 62
PEDALS.................................................................................... 65
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 66
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ASSEMBLY
Remove the piano body from the packing carton.
Legs
Hardware for installation is listed below.
You can find them in the accesory tray
1. Bolt M12X45
2. Tapped Screw 4X10 (Brass)
3. Wahser Φ12
4. Power Chord
5. Philips Screw Driver
6. Wrench
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8
8
1
1
1
Accessories
Pedal assembly
Remove the pedal assembly and piano legs
from the packing carton.
Pedal support rods
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ASSEMBLY
Install legs to the bottom of the piano with bolt and washer. Tighten the bolts using
wrench provided.
Install the pedal assembly pedal with bolt and washer. Tighten the bolts using wrench
provided. Then, install the support rods by tapped screws. Tighten the screws using
screw driver provided.
Power cord receptacle
Pedal cabel socket
Plug pedal cable into the cable socket in the bottom of the piano.
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ASSEMBLY
The piano assembly is finished
Place the piano in its final position, on the bottom the pedal assembly is a adjustable knob.
Turn the Knob down to firmly touch the floor.
Locate the Power Cord and plug it into the Receptacle on the bottom of the Piano. Plug the
Power Cord into an appropriate wall socket.
FRONT
Holes for Headphone
Hanger Clip to
attach to the
bottom of the piano
2.
Place the piano in its final position, on the bottom the pedal board is a
turn down knob. Turn the Pedal Brace Knob down to firmly touch the
floor.
3.
Locate the Power Cord and plug it into the Receptacle on the bottom of
the Piano. Plug the Power Cord into an appropriate wall socket.
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CONNECTOR PANEL
This connector panel, with its various jacks, is located on the bottom left of the piano, under the keybed.
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1
3
MIC
PHONES
L
IN
AUDIO
R
L
OUT
R
5
1
Microphone - Plug in a microphone to talk/sing through your piano
speakers.
2.
PHONE 1 / PHONE 2 - You can play in total silence, without disturbing
others in the room, by plugging a set of headphones into one of the
appropriate sockets. When headphones are plugged into either of these
jacks the main speaker system is turned off. Two sets of headphones
may be used simultaneously.
3
LINE IN - These stereo audio input jacks will amplify the suppy signal
through the internal sound delivery system. They can be used to hook
up items such as a home stereo, PA system or other stand alone
amplifiers.
LINE OUT - These stereo audio output jacks supplies the piano’s output
signal to external amplification, such as a home stereo, PA system or
other stand alone amplifiers.
MIDI
OUT
IN
4
4
MIDI IN / MIDI OUT - This piano contains MIDI in and MIDI output ports.
MIDI jacks allow communication with other products equipped with MIDI
interfaces. Please see the MIDI section of this manual for further details.
5
USB - The USB connector allows you to connect the piano directly to your
computer. The piano can be connected with computer without driver
installation under the Windows XP environment. The piano will be recognized as an USB Audio device that receives and transmits MIDI
messages.
USB
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PANEL CONTROLS
The elegant control panel is divided into several distinct sections. The following is a brief
description of all the features located on the control panel.
1
4
MIN
MAX
SINGLE
3
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
MASTER VOLUME
2
MIN
MAX
SYNCHSTART
START/STOP
INTRO/ENDING
FILL IN
VARIATION
ACCOMP
ACCOMP VOLUME
1.
MASTER VOLUME - Use this sliding control button to adjust the
overall volume of the keyboard.
2.
ACCOMP VOLUME - Slide this controller to adjust the volume of
the auto accompaniment, metronome and the left section of the
play along song, the keyboard instrument voice will not be
affected.
3.
TEMPO - Press one of the TEMPO buttons, the current tempo
value will appear on the display. You can use the TEMPO +,
TEMPO – buttons, or the +/YES and –/NO buttons to change the
tempo value range from 40 to 240 bpm (beats per minute).
Press the TEMPO + or TEMPO – buttons or the +/YES and
–/NO buttons simultaneously to recall the default tempo setting for
the selected rhythm style. After three seconds the tempo window will exsit automatically.
There is a four-dot beat indicator above the tempo buttons. It
indicates the tempo and beat for the accompaniment that is
playing.
4.
HARMONY - When selected, the single note played in the righthand section of the keyboard will sound with additional auto
harmony notes. The note played in the upper section of the
piano determines the root key of the harmony. It is recommended that one note be played at a time. If more than one note
is played only the highest note will add harmony.
Auto harmony is only available when the auto accompaniment is engaged. The harmony type selection is assigned in
the Function menu. Use it to select the type of harmony, Duet,
Close Harmony, Open Harmony, or Octave. See the Function
section for more information.
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PANEL CONTROLS
MIN
5
MAX
6
SINGLE
MASTER VOLUME
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
MIN
MAX
ACCOMP VOLUME
SYNCHSTART
7
5.
START/STOP
INTRO/ENDING
FILL IN
VARIATION
ACCOMP
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LAYER - Pressing the LAYER button will put the keyboard in the
layer, or dual, mode. Layer, or dual, refers to an additional voice
that is tone mixed with the selected keyboard voice. The assigned
layer voice will be heard with the original voice. To select a new
layered instrument voice us the +Yes or -No buttons within 4
seconds after the Layer button has been pressed.
6. LOWER - With the LOWER feature engaged the keyboard operates
in split mode. In split mode the keyboard is divided into two
sections. In the right hand section the original or layered voice will
sound, and in the left hand section a different voice can be
assigned. To select a new Lower instrument voice use the +Yes
or -No buttons within 4 seconds after the Lower button has been
pressed.
7. SYNC START - Synchronized Start mode sets the auto accompaniment into standby mode. When the SYNC START button is
pressed the indicator lights above the tempo will flash to the
Tempo of the selected rhythm style. The rhythm style will start
as soon as you play in the auto accompaniment section of
the keyboard. The auto accompaniment will start with the first
recognized chord played in the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard, depending on which fingering mode is selected. Pressing the SYNC START button again will stop the auto accompaniment and put the keyboard back into standby mode.
8.
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START/STOP - This button starts or stops the selected rhythm
style. The auto accompaniment will start with the first recognized
chord played in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard,
PANEL CONTROLS
SINGLE
– TEMPO +
HARMONY
LAYER
LOWER
FINGERED
PIANO
SYNCHSTART
START/STOP
INTRO/ENDING
9
FILL IN
VARIATION
ACCOMP
10
11
12
depending on the fingering mode selected.
9. INTRO/ENDING - All of the 100 rhythm styles can be started or
finished with a unique introduction or ending pattern. When
selected, an introduction of the style will start followed by the main
style pattern.
With a rhythm or accompaniment pattern already engaged the accompaniment can be professionally completed with an ending
pattern from the next measure by pressing the INTRO/ENDING
button. If you press the fill-in button during the ending pattern it
will return to the main accompaniment pattern.
10. FILL IN - The fill-in provides the accompaniment with a short rhythm
pattern of one or two measures for each style. Press the FILL IN
button at any time while the accompaniment is playing to add a fillin. If you hold down the FILL IN button, the fill-in pattern will
repeat until the button is released, then the main pattern will play
from the beginning of the next measure.
11. VARIATION - All of the 100 rhythm styles include a variation of that
style that can be played simply by pressing the VARIATION
button. Press the VARIATION button again to disengage and
return to the main pattern.
12. ACCOMP - Each rhythm style has a fully orchestrated auto accompaniment pattern. These accompaniments are dedicated to the
selected rhythm style, and will create rhythm, bass and chord
accompaniments. The ACCOMP button selects the auto accompaniment mode. With this function engaged, the keys to the left
side of the split point are the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard, while the keys to the right are available for normal
playing.
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PANEL CONTROLS
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PIANO
E.PIANO
H A R P S.
ORGAN
USER 1
13
GUITAR
STRINGS
TRUMPET
FLUTE
USER 2
A/B
SINGLE
FINGERED
PIANO
15
BOSSA NOVA
ROCK
POP
BALLAD
USER 1
LOUNGE
BLUES
JAZZ
GOSPEL
USER 2
METRONOME
ACCOMP
13. A/B BUTTON - The five quick select voice and five quick select
style buttons are each assigned to a line A and line B. Press the
A/B button to alternate between the two selection lines. The
indicator light will be lit when selection line B is active. Please
see the quick select buttons below for more information.
14. QUICK SELECT VOICE - There are ten instrument voices that can
be selected quickly by pressing one of the five voice select
buttons. These voices are assigned to line A and line B. Each of
these selection lines consists of five voices. The voice name in
the line A is printed above the voice select button and the voice
name on line B is beneath the button. Press the A/B button to
select the voice line of your choice. When the indicator light is lit
the B line or bottom line is active. The selected voice name and
its number will be shown on the display. Please see the Keyboard Voices section of this manual for more information.
15. QUICK SELECT STYLE BUTTONS - There are ten Rhythm Styles
that can be selected quickly by pressing one of the five Rhythm
select buttons. These Rhythm Styles are assigned to line A and
line B. Each of these selection lines consists of five rhythm styles.
The Style name in line A is printed above the Style select button
and the Rhythm style name on line B is beneath the button. Press
the A/B button to select the Rhythm Style line of your choice.
When the indicator light is lit the B line or bottom line is active.
The selected rhythm name and its number will be shown on the
display. Please see the Rhythm Styles section of this manual for
more information.
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PANEL CONTROLS
STYLE
A/B
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18
VOICE
METRONOME
16
DEMO/SONG
SONG
FUNCTION
PAGE
PAGE
USER REG
19
16. METRONOME - Press the METRONOME button to engage the
metronome. If the auto accompaniment is playing the metronome
sound will replace the percussive rhythm sound immediately. If the
auto accompaniment is not engaged, press the METRONOME
button to start the metronome, and again to stop it. Time signature
and volume of the metronome can be adjusted. Please see the
Rhythm section of this manual for more information.
17. INSTRUMENT VOICE - There are 128 GM (General MIDI) instrument voices, plus ten Asian folk instrument voices available on this
piano. You can instantly select an instrument voice by pressing one
of the voice select buttons. Or press the VOICE button to engage the
voice selection mode. While its indicator light is lit, you can use the
number pad to select all 138 voices listed in the back of the
manual.Please see the Voice section of this manual for more
information.
18. STYLE - Press the STYLE button to engage the style selection
mode. While its indicator light is lit, use the number pads to select a
style. There is a complete list of all 100 rhythm accompaniment
styles listed in the back of the manual. Please see the Rhythm
section of this manual for more information.
19. DEMO/SONG - This is a dual function button. The first pressing
engages demonstration song mode with a red indicator lighting. The
second pressing engages the teaching mode with a green indicator
lighting.
The “music teacher” feature can be used as an aid to learn the 50
songs built into this piano. Please see the Training section of this
manual for more information.
This piano has ten different demonstration songs. The demo mode
will play back all ten demo songs or select the song individually.
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PANEL CONTROLS
STYLE
VOICE
SONG
FUNCTION
20
PAGE
PAGE
21
USER REG
23
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
22
20. FUNCTION - The FUNCTION button is used to access the function
menu. The function menu can be used to adjust or change the
parameters of a number of settings. Reverb level, chorus level,
touch, split point for voice, auto accompaniment split point, tuning,
drum kit selection, the auto harmony type and local off are all set
from the function menu. Please see the Function section of this
manual for more information.
21. PAGE - The PAGE buttons (up and down) are used to access the
different menus in the Function feature. When the FUNCTION
button has been pressed use the PAGE s and PAGE t to access
the Function menu selections.
22. USER REG - USER REG is used to store keyboard settings. Press
the USER REG button to engage the registration memory mode,
the indicator will light up. Press one of the numeric buttons 1-9,
and the stored setting will be recalled instantly. Please see the
Registration Memory section of the manual for more information.
23. NUMERIC PAD - Use the +/YES, –/NO or the numeric pad to input
numbers directly while using the voice, style or function settings.
These buttons are also used to access or alter many of the function features or whereever numerical input is necessary.
24. TRANSPOSE - The transpose feature can shift the pitch of the
keyboard up or down in semitone intervals up to a maximum of 24
semitones. Press one of the TRANSPOSE buttons and the current transpose value will appear on the display. Use the TRANSPOSE + or TRANSPOSE – buttons to set the transpose value
range from –12, one octave lower, to 12, one octave higher. Press
the + and – value buttons simultaneously to recall the default
value of 0. After three seconds the display will return to the
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PANEL CONTROLS
EFFECT
SONG
1
2
3
– TRANSPOSE +
4
24
PLAY ALL
USER SONG
ACCOMP
REVERB
25
LOAD
MELODY 1
SAVE
MELODY 2
CHORUS
LEFT
26
RIGHT
27
UTILITY
PLAY/STOP
REC
PLAY/STOP
CARD
currently selected instrument voice. Transpose does not affect
notes that are currently playing. Transpose does not affect the
percussion.
25. REVERB - The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the
power is turned on. Reverb simulates the effect of playing in a
big room or hall where the sound reverberates off the walls and
ceiling. Press the REVERB button to turn off the reverb effect.
You can switch the reverb feature on and off by pressing the
REVERB button. The reverb setting does not affect the auto
accompaniment. Reverb depth can be changed in the function
menu “Reverb Level”. Please see the Function Section for
more information.
26. CHORUS - The Chorus effect adds depth and spaciousness to
the selected keyboard voice. Press the CHORUS button to
engage the chorus effect and the indicator will light up. Press
the button again to turn off the chorus effect. The chorus setting
does not affect the auto accompaniment. Chorus depth can be
changed in the function menu “Chorus Level”. Please see the
Function Section for more information.
27. SONG LEFT , SONG RIGHT - These buttons are used in conjunction with the SONG button. It allows the player to play
along with the prerecorded traditional songs contained within
this piano. The LEFT button will play the right hand of the
selected song, so the user can practice the Left Hand portion of
the song. The RIGHT button will play the Left Hand of the
selected song, so that the user can practice the Right Hand
portion of the song.
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PANEL CONTROLS
SONG
EFFECT
1
2
3
– TRANSPOSE +
REVERB
CHORUS
LEFT
RIGHT
4
USER SONG
28
PLAY ALL
LOAD
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
29
SAVE
MELODY 2
UTILITY
REC
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
CARD
30
When engaging the LEFT and RIGHT buttons simultaneously
only the accompaniment (if available) will be heard as the user
should play both the Left and Right portions of the selected song.
Please see the Play Along Song section of this manual for more
information.
28. USER SONG - The USER SONG button accesses one of the four
available song settings for recording or playback. Use the +/
YES, –/NO buttons to select the song you wish, if there is recorded information on any of the three tracks their indicator lights
will light up. Please see the Record section of this manual for
more information.
29. ACCOMP/PLAY ALL - This is a dual function button for Record
and SD Card modes.
In the Record mode, this button is used to select the auto accompaniment track of a song for recording or playback.
In the SD Card mode, press this button to play all MIDI files
stored in the SD Card.
Please see the Record and SD Card sections of this manual for
more information.
30. MELODY 1/LOAD, MELODY 2/SAVE - These are dual function
buttons for Record and SD Card modes. In Record mode, there
are two tracks for recording melody, which are assigned by the
MELODY 1 and MELODY 2 buttons.
In the SD Card mode, MELODY 1/LOAD button is used to load
MIDI file fromthe USB Drive; MELODY 2/SAVE button is used to
save recorded song to SD Card in MIDI file format.
Please see the Record and SD Card sections of this manual for
more information.
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PANEL CONTROLS
EFFECT
SONG
1
2
3
– TRANSPOSE +
REVERB
CHORUS
LEFT
RIGHT
4
USER SONG
PLAY ALL
LOAD
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
SAVE
MELODY 2
UTILITY
REC
31
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
32
CARD
33
31. REC/UTILITY - This is a dual function button for Record and SD
Card mode.
This unit is able to record four songs, each with a 3-track
sequencer. It will record all note events and the accompaniment
patterns exactly as they are performed. This recorded information
is nonvolatile and therefore will not be lost when the power is
turned off. To Record press and hold down the RECORD button
then press the track button(s) you want to record on. Recording
begins as soon as you start to play on any section of the keyboard.
Press the RECORD button again to stop recording.
In the Card mode, it functions as utility access button which includes solo, mute and delete for a selected song in the SD Card.
Please see the Record and SD Card sections of the manual for
more information.
32. PLAY/STOP - This is a dual function button for Record and SD
Card features. In the Record mode, press the PLAY/STOP button
to hear selected tracks that you have recorded on. Press the
PLAY/STOP button again to stop the playback.
In the SD Card mode, it functions as also play/stop switch for a
selected song in the SD Card.
Please see the Record and SD Card section of this manual for
more information.
33. SD CARD - This piano is equipped with a mass storage device
using popular SD Card. The user can read and play MIDI files on
the SD Card either in format 0 or format 1 and save the recorded
music into the SD Card as the MIDI file in format 1. The user can
also delete the MIDI files in the SD Card. Press the CARD button
to engage the SD Card mode and the indicator will light up. Press
the button again to exit this mode.
Please see the Record and SD Card sections of this manual for
more information.
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DEMO
PLAYING THE DEMO SONGS - This piano has 13 different demonstration songs that are
designed to showcase the different sampled voices that are available. The display will show
the song number with a “d” prefix. When playing all the songs, “ALL” will appear on the
display initially, and will change to the demo song number as it plays. After exiting the demonstration mode the display will revert to its initial data.
The DEMO/SONG button is a dual function button used for both Demo and play along song
with variation of indicator color.
1.
DEMO/SONG
PLAY ALL DEMO SONGS - Press the DEMO/SONG, the indicator
lights up with red color. The first demo song will playback
instantly. This unit has ten demo songs. All songs will play
repeatedly until you press the DEMO/SONG button again to stop
the demonstration and turns to the teaching song mode.
VOICE
2.
DEMO/SONG
1
2
3
+/YES
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
–/NO
ALL:Demo Song
STYLE
PLAY A SINGLE DEMO SONG - Use the +/YES or the -/NO buttons to change songs while the demo is playing, or enter a song
number directly by using the numeric pad. Please note that two
digits are required for selecting a song number, for example, to
select song No. 9 enter “09”. The song will play repeatedly until
you press the demo button again to stop.
VOICE
d-9:Demo Song
STYLE
There are 50 songs for the musical training course that can also be
played back for demonstration. Please see the Training section of
this manual for more information.
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KEYBOARD VOICES
VOICE SELECTION - There are 128 GM voices in 16 groups plus 10 Asian ethnic folk
instrument voices. There is a complete list of all 138 voices in the back of the manual.
G.PIANO
E.PIANO
HARPSICHORD
ORGAN
GUITAR
STRINGS
TRUMPET
FLUTE
USER 1
USER 2
A/B
QUICK SELECT - There are ten voices that can be selected quickly by
pressing one of the five voice select buttons. These voices are
assigned to Instrument Line A and Instrument Line B. Each Line
consists of five voices. The voice name in Line A is printed above
the voice select button and the voice name in Line B is beneath
the button.
1.
Press the A/B button to select a voice kit. Selection of the Instrument Lines will alternate when the A/B button is pressed
repeatedly. The indicator will be lit when Line B is selected .
2.
Press the voice select button that corresponds to the desired voice
in the Instrument Line you have selected. The voice name and its
number will show on the display.
VOICE A/B
G.PIANO
GUITAR
VOICE
001:Grand Piano
SELECTING ONE OF THE 138 VOICES
1.
If the Instrument Voice Button is not already lit press the VOICE
button to engage the voice selection mode, the indicator will turn
on.
2.
Use the numeric pad or the +/YES, –/NO buttons to select a voice
number.
Please note, when using the number pads, you must enter three
digits to select a voice number from 001-138. For example, to
select voice No. 2 you must enter “002”. The voice name and its
VOICE
1
2
3
+/YES
3
4
5
6
VOICE
7
8
9
002:Bright Piano
–/NO
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KEYBOARD VOICES
number will show on the display. Please refer to the back of the manual
for a list of all available voices.
USER DEFINED QUICK SELECTION BUTTON - You can assign a
favorite voice to the voice quick select button in the follow manner.
USER 1
USER 2
A/B
1.
2.
3.
4.
LAYER
5.
LOWER
Press the voice USER button, USER 1 from Line A, or USER 2 from
Line B to recall the current stored voice (User key LED On). The
default user voices are USER 1= 012; Vibraphone, USER 2=092;
Choir Pad.
If you want to assign your desired voice to the USER button, press
and hold down the User key for 2 or 3 seconds, the User key LED
will blink to indicate store mode
Select the desired voice by using the numeric pad or the +/YES, –/
NO buttons. Please note: you cannot use Voice quick select
buttons.
Press the USER button again to store the voice. The indicator stays
On. The currently selected voice will be assigned to this button to
be available for quick selection.
If another voice is selected while User Key is ON but the indicator
does not blink for store mode, the new voice will become the active
voice. When User mode exits, the User indicator turns Off.
User Key assignments will be saved after Power Off.
LAYER (DUAL) VOICE - Layer, or dual, refers to an additional voice that
is tone mixed with the selected keyboard voice. The assigned
layer voice will be heard with the original voice when the layer
feature is engaged.
1.
Press the LAYER button, the currently assigned layer voice will
show on the display, and the indicator will light up.
2.
Use the +/YES, –/NO buttons or the numeric pad to select the desired voice. The display will show the layer voice number and
name,
3.
Press the LAYER button a second time within 3 seconds and the
current layer volume level will show on the display. Use the +/
YES, –/NO buttons to adjust the layer volume level. Otherwise, this
procedure will be skipped.
After three seconds the display will revert to the selected main voice.
4.
Press the LAYER button again to turn the feature off.
LOWER VOICE - In the lower, or split, mode the keyboard is divided into
two sections. To the right of the Split Point the currently selected
main voice, or the layer voice will sound. The keys to the left of the
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KEYBOARD VOICES
2.
FUNCTION
3.
4.
Split Point can play a different instrument voice.
Use the +/YES, –/NO buttons or the numeric pad to select the
desired voice. The display will show the lower voice number and
name,
Press the SPLIT button a second time gain within 3 seconds and
the current lower volume level will show on the display. Use the
+/YES, –/NO buttons to adjust the lower volume level. Otherwise,
this procedure will be skipped.
After three seconds the display will revert to the selected main
voice.
Press the SPLIT button again to turn the feature off.
ASSIGNING THE SPLIT POINT FOR VOICE - The keyboard is split into
two sections at the split point. The default split point for voice is
the C3 key. A different voice split point can be assigned in the
Function menu “Split Point”. Please see the Function section of
this manual for more information.
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RHYTHM SECTION
RHYTHM STYLE SELECTION - This piano offers 100 rhythm styles and a variation of each
style to choose from. There is a complete list of all 100 styles in the back of the manual.
A/B
BOSSA NOVA
ROCK
POP
BALLAD
USER 1
LOUNGE
BLUES
JAZZ
GOSPEL
USER 2
METRONOME
QUICK SELECT - There are ten styles that can be selected quickly
by pressing one of the five style select buttons. These styles
are assigned to Line A and Line B. Each Rhythm Style Line
consists of five styles. The style name in Line A is printed
above the style select button and the voice name in Line B is
beneath the button.
STYLE A / B
1.
Press the A/B button to select a Line. Selection of the Lines will
alternate when the A/B button is pressed repeatedly. The
indicator will be lit when Line B is selected.
2.
Press the style quick select button that corresponds to the
desired style in the Line you have selected. The style name
and its number will show on the display.
BOSSA NOVA1
LOUNGE
54:BossaNova
STYLE
SELECTING ONE OF THE 100 STYLES
STYLE
1
2
3
+/YES
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
–/NO
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1.
Press the STYLE button to engage the style selection mode, the
indicator will light up.
2.
Use the numeric pad or the +/YES, –/NO buttons to select a
style number while the indicator is lit.
Please note, when using the number pads, you must enter two
digits to select a style number from 00-99. For example, to
select style No. 4 you must enter “04”. The style name and its
number will be shown on the display. Please refer to the back
of the manual for a list of all available styles.
04:Dixie
STYLE
RHYTHM SECTION
USER DEFINED QUICK SELECTION BUTTON - You can assign a
favorite rhythm style to the style quick select button in the following
manner.
STYLE
1.
2.
USER 1
3.
USER 2
METRONOME
4.
5.
- TEMPO +
Press the style USER button, USER 1 from Line A, or USER 2 from
Line B to recall the current stored style (User key LED On). The
default user style is USER 1= 82; Kids 1, USER 2=32; Folk 2).
If you want to assign your desired style to USER button, press and
hold down the User key for 2 or 3 seconds, the User key LED will
blink to enter store mode.
Select the desired style by using the numeric pad or the +/YES, –/
NO buttons. Please note: you cannot use style quick select
buttons.
Press the USER button again to store the style. The indicator atays
On. The currently selected style will be assigned to this button to
be available for quick selection.
If another style is selected while User Key is ON but the indicator
does not blink for store mode, the new voice will become the
active voice but not change the User Key assignment while User
mode exits, the User indicator turns Off.
User Key assignments will be saved after Power Off.
ADJUSTING THE TEMPO - There is a four-beat indicator above the
TEMPO buttons that indicates the tempo and the beat for the
accompaniment playing. Each style has its own preset tempo.
The tempo can be adjusted before or during rhythm style playback
by pressing either of the –TEMPO+ buttons. When you change
the style before you play, the tempo will be set to that default
value. If you change style during play, the tempo will keep its
current value, press the –/+ TEMPO buttons simultaneously to set
the tempo to the new styles default value.
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RHYTHM SECTION
STARTING AND STOPPING THE RHYTHM STYLE - There are several ways to start and
stop the rhythm style.
START/STOP
INTRO/ENDING
SYNCH START
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STRAIGHT START - The START/STOP button starts the selected
rhythm style immediately. Press the START/STOP button again
to stop the accompaniment.
STARTING WITH AN INTRODUCTION - All of the 100 styles can be
started with an appropriate introduction. As soon as you press the
INTRO/ENDING button, the rhythm of the introduction will start
followed by the main pattern. Press the START/STOP button to
stop the accompaniment or the INTRO/ENDING button again to
stop with an ending pattern.
Please note, if you want the selected rhythm style to be engaged
again after the ending pattern has been completed, press the FILL
IN button while the ending pattern is engaged.
SYNCHRONIZED START - Synchronized Start engages the accompaniment in standby mode.
Press the SYNC START button, the beat indicator dots above the
TEMPO buttons will blink at the current tempo, showing that the
synchronized start mode is ready. The rhythm style will start as
soon as you play in the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard. You may add an introduction by pressing the INTRO/
ENDING button after pressing the SYNC START button.
Press the START/STOP or the SYNC START buttons to stop the
accompaniment. If the SYNC START button is used, the synchronized start mode will be on standby. Use the INTRO/ENDING
button to stop with an ending pattern.
RHYTHM SECTION
VARIATION
VARIATION - To select the a variation of the main patterns, press the
VARIATION button. The indicator will light up. If you press the
VARIATION button, then press the INTRO/ENDING button, the
variation pattern will play after the introduction.
FILL - IN - The fill feature will insert a short rhythmic pattern of one to two
measures in length, depending on the rhythm style selected and
the variation. Holding down the FILL IN button will extend the fill
indefinitely.
FILL IN
FUNCTION
METRONOME
ASSIGNING THE SPLIT POINT FOR THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT The keyboard is split into two sections at the split point. The
default split point for auto accompaniment section is the G1
key. A different split point for the auto accompaniment can be
assigned in the Function menu “Auto A.Split”. Please see the
Function section of this manual for more information.
METRONOME If the rhythm accompaniment is not engaged, press the METRONOME button to start the metronome, and press the button again
to stop it.
If the Rhythm accompaniment is playing the metronome sound
will replace the percussive rhythm sound immediately.
1.
Press the METRONOME button to start the metronome. Its indicator will light up and the “Metronome” menu will appear on the
display..
Metronome 3/4
2.
Use the +/YES or the –/NO to choose the time signature to
choose the meter 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 6/8 or 12/8 within 3
seconds after the metronome has been engaged .
3.
Use the ACCOMP VOLUME slider to adjust the metronome volume and use the TEMPO +/- buttons to change the tempo of the
metronome.
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT (AUTO BASS CHORD) - The rhythm styles have their own
auto accompaniment. These auto accompaniment patterns create fully orchestrated rhythm,
bass and chord progressions based on the chords that you play with your left hand. The
selected rhythm style determines the characteristics of the auto accompaniment. The auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard is assigned by the split point. The keys on the left
of the split point are reserved for the auto accompaniment. The keys to the right are available for normal playing.
AUTO BASS CHORD FINGERING - This piano has three auto accompaniment fingering modes, single, fingered, and piano.
SINGLE
FINGERED
PIANO
1.
2.
3.
ACCOMP
Press the ACCOMP button until the indicator light until the Fingering mode that you desire is selected.
Press the START/STOP or the SYNC START buttons to start the
rhythm style. Press the INTRO/ENDING button to start with an
introduction.
Press the START/STOP or the SYNC START buttons to stop the
accompaniment, or press the INTRO/ENDING button to stop with
an ending.
SINGLE (INTELLIGENT) MODE - Single fingering mode makes it
simple to produce four types of orchestrated accompaniment
chords using a minimum of fingers, (one, two, or three fingers at
the most), while playing in the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard. In this mode, keys in the auto accompaniment section
of the keyboard are used to produce major, seventh, minor, and
minor-seventh chords. The auto accompaniment will start with the
percussive rhythm as soon as a recognized chord is played. The
accompaniment produced is perfectly matched to the selected
rhythm style.
Major Chord: Press any key in the auto accompaniment section of
the keyboard. The key you press determines the root note of the
major chord.
Minor Chord: Press the root key and two keys to its left in the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard simultaneously.
Seventh Chord: Press the root key and one key to its left (7th key)
in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard simultaneously.
Minor-Seventh Chord: Press the root key and both the first and
second keys to its left in the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard simultaneously.
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
AUTO BASS CHORD FINGERING continued
SINGLE
FINGERED
PIANO
ACCOMP
FINGERED MODE - The fingered mode is ideal if you already know how
to play chords on the keyboard. It allows you to play the chords in
the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard that produce the
selected auto accompaniment pattern.
Please note, if a chord played cannot be recognized (fingered
beyond the table), the previous chord will keep playing. An unrecognized chord cannot start a bass chord in the straight start mode,
and cannot start the auto accompaniment in the synchronized start
mode. The “Fingering Guide” table below lists all of the 31 playable chords of this mode.
FINGERING GUIDE
Chord
Major
Major sixth
Major seventh
Major seventh sharp eleventh
Major add ninth
Major seventh ninth
Major sixth add ninth
Augmented
Minor
Minor sixth
Minor seventh
Minor seventh flatten fifth
Minor add ninth
Minor seventh add ninth
Minor seventh add eleventh
Minor major seventh
Minor major seventh add ninth
Diminished
Diminished seventh
Seventh
Seventh suspend fourth
Seventh add ninth
Seventh sharp eleventh
Seventh thirteenth
Seventh flatted fifth
Seventh flatted ninth
Seventh flatted thirteenth
Seventh sharp ninth
Major seventh augmented
Seventh augmented
Suspended fourth
Mark
M
M6
M7
M7 #11
M9
M7 9
M6 9
Aug
m
m6
m7
m7b5
m9
m7 9
m7 11
mM7
mM7 9
Dim
Dim7
7
7sus4
79
7 #11
7 13
7 b5
7 b9
7 b13
7 #9
M7aug
7aug
Sus4
Fingering
1-3-5
1-3-5-6
1-3-(5)-7
1-(2)-3-#4-(5)-7
1-2-3-5
1-2-3-(5)-7
1-2-3-(5)-6
1-3-#5
1-b3-5
1-b3-5-6
1-b3-(5)-b7
1-b3-b5-b7
1-2-b3-5
1-2-b3-(5)-b7
1-(2)-b3-4-5-(b7)
1-b3-(5)-7
1-2-b3-(5)-7
1-b3-b5
1-b3-b5-6
1-3-(5)-b7
1-4-5-b7
1-2-3-(5)-b7
1-(2)-3#4-(5)-b7
1-3-(5)-6-b7
1-3-b5-b7
1-b2-3-(5)-b7
1-3-5-b6-b7
1-#2-3-(5)-b7
1-3-#5-7
1-3-#5-b7
1-4-5
Please note, the notes listed in parentheses can be omitted.
The listed chord fingerings are all in root note position, other inversions can be used with the exception of:
1. The M6 chords are only recognized in root note position. All other inversions are interpreted as m7.
2. The 6 9 chords are only recognized in root note position. All other inversions are interpreted as minor
chords.
3. The m6 chords are only recognized in root note position. All other inversions are interpreted as m7b5.
4. With aug and dim7 chords the lowest note played is assumed to be the root.
5. With 7#11 chords the lowest note played is assumed to be the root or b7.
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AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
AUTO BASS CHORD FINGERING continued
SINGLE
FINGERED
PIANO
ACCOMP
PIANO CHORD MODE - When the Piano fingering chord mode is
engaged you may enter chords anywhere on the keyboard,
and the auto accompaniment will make complete styled
arrangements. You are not limited to the auto accompaniment section or the range of the split point. In this regard
there is no keyboard split point function for this Piano
Chord Mode.
MANUAL BASS CHORD - When engaged in the single or fingered mode, you may play individual keys in the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard. The voice on this
section of the keyboard will be a layered bass and chord
voice determined by the current style. This is a split voice
mode, with the right hand playing the main voice.
START/
STOP
AUTO HARMONY - With the harmony feature engaged, a single
note on the right-hand section of the keyboard will sound
with additional auto harmony notes. The note played in the
right-hand section of the keyboard determines the root key
of the harmony. If more than one note is played only the
highest note will add harmony.
Please note, auto harmony is only available when the
auto accompaniment is engaged.
Press the HARMONY button to turn the feature on and off.
There are four harmony types that can be selected, duet,
close harmony, open harmony, and octave. The harmony
type selection is assigned in the Function menu. Use the
“Harmony Type” menu to select the type of harmony.
Please see the Function section for more information.
HARMONY
FUNCTION
METRONOME
METRONOME If the auto accompaniment is playing the metronome sound will
replace the percussive rhythm sound immediately. If the auto
accompaniment is not engaged, press the METRONOME button
to start the metronome, and again to stop it.
1.
Press the METRONOME button to start the metronome. Its indicator will light up and the “Metronome” menu will appear on the
display..
Metronome 3/4
2.
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Use the +/YES or the –/NO to choose the meter 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4,
6/4, 6/8 or 12/8 within 3 seconds after the metronome has been
engaged .
SD CARD
This piano is equipped with a mass storage device using popular USB Flash memory
drive.
The User can read and play MIDI files in the memory either in format 0 or format 1 and
save the recorded music into the USB flash memory drive as the MIDI file in format 1. User
can also delete the MIDI files in the memory.
Note: Directory architecture in the USB flash drive cannot be supported, you can only
operate the files under the root directory in the USB memory. The Max number of files
supported is 128 and the Max size of a MIDI file cannot be larger than 128Kbytes.
Insert Memory Card - Insert SD card into the slot of the card reader, then poke the card
into slot with the index finger until hear a click sound which means the card is located at the
right place.
Take Out The Memory Card - Poke the card in the slot with the index finger, the card will
pop out automatically. Then you can take out the card in a safe condition.
Note: Don’t take out the card or turn off the power switch when the card is involving a
reading or saving process to avoid any damage
Enter the Card
Mode
1. Press the SD card button to engage the memory card operation
mode and the indicator is lit. The main page of card mode is:
SD CARD
CARD
Press the SD card button again to exit the card mode and return to
the normal piano mode, the indicator turns off.
Note: You can not enter the card mode directly when record or play
along song mode is engaged.
2. The record function buttons are dual function buttons. Please
follow the description above the buttons in the card mode.
PLAY ALL
LOAD
SAVE
UTILITY
PLAY / STOP
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SD CARD
3. If no SD card is inserted, or the SD Card is not inserted properly, or
the card has been damaged, you will be unable to proceed to the various functions. The screen displays “No SD Card!”. After about 3
seconds, it returns to normal piano mode, the card indicator turns off.
Save the Recorded Song
into the Card
1. Press the SAVE button, the indicator lights up. If there is no unsaved song, the display will show “No new song”. After about 3
seconds, it will exit the saving operation and return to main page.
No new song
SAVE
2. If an unsaved song does exist, one of the song indicators will blink
requesting the song to be saved to the card. The display will prompt
“Save it to card?”
Save it to card?
3. If you don’t want to save this song, press -/NO button. If there is
more than one unsaved song, the next song indicator will blink and the
display will prompt “Save it to card?” again. Keep on pressing -/NO
button to cancel the saving operation for each unsaved song.
4. If you want to save a song, press +/YES button. The file name of
the song to be saved to the SD Card will appear in the display. This
file name is automatically generated.
When the saving starts, the completion percentage of the saving will
be shown in the display.
Song 003
88%
5. After you finish saving this song, OK will appear in the
display for about 3 seconds. If there is another unsaved
song, the procedure will repeat. After all songs have been
completed/saved, the piano will automatically exit the
saving operation and return to the main page. The saving
indicator turns off.
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SD CARD
6. If the card is full, “Card is full!” will appear in the display for 3
seconds. Then, it will exit the saving operation and turn back to the
main page and the saving indicator turns off.
Card is full!
7.Press the button “0” button to exit the saving operation and return to
the main page. The save indicator turns off.
Note: although the recorded songs have been saved to the SD Card,
they are still kept in internal memory of the piano. You will not be
asked to save them to the SD Card. If you change them in record
mode, you will then be asked to save them into the SD Card.
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SD CARD
This feature plays all MIDI files in the card one by one.
Play All MIDI 1. Press the PLAY ALL button and its indicator is lit.
Files on the Before playing back, the file in the card will be loaded into the piano.
Card
Because the file loaded shares the same memory of recorded song in the
PLAY ALL
piano, if you have your song recorded, this loading operation will erase it.
When songs recorded but unsaved to card exist, the display will remind
you “Save your song?” for safety.
Save your song?
2. If you want to save it, press the +/YES button and the piano will turn to
the save page mentioned above automatically. When the saving process
is finished, the piano returns to the normal settings page. If you don’t
need to save, press the -/NO button and the loading process will
continue. If there is no unsaved song, the loading process goes on
automatically.
3. After the step above is finished or skipped, the first file name appears
in the display. The display will show 8 letters of the file name. If the file
name consists of more than 8 letters, the display presents the first 6
letters and the 7th letter appears as “^” to indicate that the rest of the
letters are eliminated. The 8th letter is a number. It refers to the file number relating to the first 8 letters. For example, “Dreaming Melody” is displayed as “Dreami^1”, “Dreaming song” is displayed as “Dreami^2”.
Dreami~1
Note: If there is no MIDI file in the card, “No music file” will appear in the
display for about 3 seconds. Then it returns to the main page.
No MIDI file
4. When loading starts, the completion percentage of loading will be
shown in the display.
Dreami~1
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88%
SD CARD
5. The file will automatically play after being loaded. The PLAY/
STOP indicator lights up. The percentage of played parts of the file
will appear in the display.
6. After a file playback is finished, steps 2-3 mentioned above will
be automatically carried on. While the file is playing you can press
the +/YES or -/NO button to select other files.
Note: If the channel number of the MIDI file is more than 16, which
exceeds the capability of the piano, the file can not be loaded. “Too
many Channels” will appear on the display. The nest file will be
loaded and played automatically.
Too many chnls!
Note: The Maximum size of an individual file is 128K, If the size is
larger than 128K, “Too large file” will appear on the display. The
nest file will be loaded and played automatically.
Too large file!
PLAY / STOP
6. Press the PLAY/STOP or press Play All button again to stop all
playing. The indicator turns off and returns to the main page. Or,
when all files in the SD Card are played, it will automatically stop
and return to the main page.
The solo, mute, save operation is available only after Play All mode
is exited.
Note: Lyrics display feature is not supported.
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SD CARD
Load and Play
a File
LOAD
You should load the file into the piano at first to play single file in card,
or to enable solo, mute feature.
1. Press the LOAD button, the button indicator lights up.
The first file name appears in the display.
The display can show the file name with 8 letters maximum. If the file
name consists of more than 8 letters, the display presents the first 6
letters and the 7th letter appears as “^” to indicate that the rest letters
are eliminated. The 8th letter is a number. It refers to file number
which has the same first 8 letters and the file name is more than 8
letters.
Dreami~1
If there is no MIDI file in the card, “No music file” will appear in the
display for about 3 seconds. Then it returns to the main page.
No music file
2.Use +/YES or -/NO button to selcet file you desire.
3. Press the LOAD button again to confirm your selection.
Because the file loaded shares the same built-in memory asrecorded
songs in the piano, if you have your song recorded, this loading
operation will erase it. When songs recorded but not saved to the card
really exist, the display will remind you “Save your song?” for safety.
Save your song?
If you want to save it, press the +/YES button and the piano returns to
the save page mentioned above automatically while the LOAD indicator turns off. When the saving function is finished, it’ll go back to the
loading page. If you don’t need to save, press the -/NO button and the
loading goes on. If there is no unsaved song detected, this operation
will be skipped.
4. When loading starts, the percentage of completed loading will be
shown in the display.
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88%
SD CARD
Note: The Maximum size of an individual file is 128K, If the size is
larger than 128K, “Too large file” will appear on the display. Then, it’ll
return to the main page.
Too large file
Note: If the channel number of the MIDI file is more than 16, which
exceeds the capability of the piano, the file can not be loaded. “Too
many Channels” will appear on the display. Then, it’ll turn to the main
page.
Too many channels
5. After loading 100% completed, “OK” appears on the display then it
turns to the main page. LOAD indicator turns off.
PLAY / STOP
6. Press the PLAY/STOP button to play the file. The PLAY/STOP
indicator lights up. The percentage of played parts of the file will
appear in the display. Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop
playing, the indicator turns off.
Note: If press the PLAY/STOP button while no file has been loaded,
“No file loaded” will appear on the display.
No file loaded
7. You can play the piano keyboard while a file is playing. You can
also choose a voice while playing the keyboard. If your playing
overlaps a voice of the playback file, you may mute the first channel
as described in the next chapter of the manual, and play your own
melody to replace that in the file.
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SD CARD
Note: You can’t play with layer or split mode. If the layer or split
mode has been engaged when enter into the card operation mode,
they will automatically be disabled.
Note: Lyrics display feature is not supported.
Solo a Channel The MIDI file may contain several channels; each channel delivers a
UTILITY
musical instrument sound simultaneously with other channels. If you
want, you can choose a channel to Solo. This can also used as the
preparation for muting a channel – determining which channel to be
muted in the mute mode.
1. Press the UTILITY button after loading a file, the indicator lights on.
There are three utilities that can be selected. They are Solo, Mute
and Delete. Use +/YES button or -/NO button to select Solo.
Solo
Note: If there is no files loaded, “No file loaded” will appear on the
display. The piano will returns to the main page.
2. Press the UTILITY button again to confirm your
selection. The first channel number will appear on the display. Use +/
YES button or -/NO button to select a channel to solo.
Note: If the file contains less than 16 channels, the display shows
only the active channel numbers.
Solo Channel 2
PLAY / STOP
3. Press the PLAY/STOP button to play the solo channel
selected with its indicator lighting up. Press the PLAY/STOP button
again to stop playing, the indicator turns off. The playing will automatically stop after all contents in this channel have been played.
Then it returns to the Solo page and you may continue to select
channels.
4. Press button 0 in the number pad area to exit the utility mode and
return to the main page.
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SD CARD
Mute a
Channel
UTILITY
The MIDI file may contain several channels; each channel delivers a
musical instrument sound simultaneously with other channels. If you
want, you can mute a channel and play by yourself on the keyboard.
1. Press the UTILITY button after loading a file, the indicator lights on.
There are three utilities that can be selected. Use +/YES button or -/
NO button to select Mute.
Mute
2. Press the UTILITY button again to confirm your
selection. The first channel number will appear on the display. Use +/
YES button or -/NO button to select a channel to mute.
Note: If the file contains less than 16 channels, the display shows only
the active channel numbers.
Mute Channel 2
Note: If there is no file loaded, “No file loaded” will appear on the
display. Then it returns to the main page.
PLAY / STOP
3. Press the PLAY/STOP button to play all channels except the mute
channel selected with its indicator lighting up. Press the PLAY/STOP
button again to stop playing, the indicator turns off. The playing will
automatically stop after all contents in this channel are played. Then
the piano returns to the Solo page and you may continue to select
channels.
4. You may perform on the keyboard with a music file playing as
accompaniment. Normally, the voice in your playing is the same as the
muted voice; all indicators of the voice quick select buttons will beoff.
You may choose your own voice using voice quick select buttons; press
the same quick select button to recover the original voice of the mute
channel.
5. Press button 0 in the number pad area to exit the utility mode and
return to the main page.
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SD CARD
Delete File
UTILITY
This operation is performed while in the SD Card main page.
1. Press the UTILITY button, the indicator lights on. Use +/YES button
or -/NO button to select Delete.
Delete
2. Press the UTILITY button again to confirm your
selection.
3. The first file name will appear on the display. Use +/YES button or /NO button to select a file to delete.
Del Song012
Note: If there is no MIDI file in the card, “No music file” will appear in
the display for about 3 seconds. Then it returns to the main page.
No MIDI file
4. Press the UTILITY button again to enter the file selected.
5. The display will remind you “Delete your song?” for safety.
Are you sure?
Press the +/YES button to carry on the deleting or press the -/NO
button to ignore the delete then return to the main page.
6. When the delete is finished, “OK” will appear on the display then
return to the main page.
OK!
7. Press button 0 in the number pad area to exit the utility mode and
return to the main page.
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FUNCTION
The Function mode is used to set up or to adjust various parameters related to the operation of this keyboard. With the FUNCTION button engaged you may access the menu for
the Equalization, Reverb type & level, Chorus type & level, Touch sensitivity, Lower Split
point for voice, Split point for auto accompaniment, tuning, the Drum kit selection, Harmony type selection and local off feature switch.
Equalization
VOICE
SONG
FUNCTION
PAGE
PAGE
1
2
3
+/YES
4
5
6
0
7
8
9
–/NO
STYLE
USER REG
USING THE FUNCTION MENU
1.
Press the FUNCTION button. The first menu item that can be
manipulated will appear on the display.
2.
Press the PAGE
or the PAGE buttons until the menu you
wish to access appears on the display screen.
3.
Press the +/YES button to show the current parameter for your
selected function.
4.
Use the number pad or the +/YES, –/NO buttons to set a new
parameter.
Note: Pressing the +/YES and the –/NO buttons simultaneously
will recall the default setting.
5.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES,
-/NO or the FUNCTION button.
FUNCTION
PAGE
PAGE
+ / YES
0
- / NO
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FUNCTION
DRUM KIT SELECTION (KEYBOARD PERCUSSION) - When keyboard
percussion has been engaged, the entire keyboard will play the
percussion voices from the selected Drum kit. There are ten drum
kits, based on the Standard Kit that can be assigned. Kit 10 is a
sound effects kit. Please see the “Drum List” at the back of the
manual for a complete listing.
Drum Kit
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the FUNCTION button, then the +/YES button to confirm.
Press the PAGE or the PAGE
buttons until the “Drum Kit” menu
appears.
Press the +/YES button to enter the Keyboard Percussion mode.
Use the +/YES, –/NO buttons to select a drum kit 01 to 10.
KYBD PERC.01
5.
6.
Note: Pressing the -/NO button when KYBD PERC.01 is selected will
return the piano to regular Voice mode, and display the last selected
voice. Pressing the -/NO button when KYBD PERC.10 is selected
will return the piano to regular Voice mode, and display “Percussion
OFF” until another kit is selected.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button. If a kit is selected, the display will
show “Percussion ON”. Use the +/YES, –/NO buttons to select a
drum kit 01 to 10.
To quickly exit the keyboard percussion mode, press any one of the
quick select voice key.
REVERB LEVEL SETTING - Reverb simulates the effect of playing in a
big room or hall where the sound reverberates off the walls and
ceiling. The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the power
is turned on. You can switch the reverb feature on and off by pressing the REVERB button. Select the level of reverb from the Function menu.
Reverb Level
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE
or the PAGE buttons until the “Reverb Level”
menu appears.
Press the +/YES button and the current reverb level will be shown.
Use the +/YES button to increase the reverb level or the –/NO buttons
to decrease the level. The number pad can also be used to directly
enter a value ranged from 01-127. Press the +/YES, –/NO
FUNCTION
CHORUS
buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting.
5.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
CHORUS LEVEL SETTING - The Chorus effect enriches your selected
instrument voice by adding depth and texture.
Press the CHORUS button to engage the chorus effect, the indicator will light up. Adjust the level of chorus in the Function menu.
Chorus Level
1.
2.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE or the PAGE buttons until the “Chorus Level”
menu appears.
3.
Press the +/YES button to confirm your selection and the current
Chorus level will be shown.
4.
Use the +/YES to increase the chorus level or the –/NO buttons to
decrease the level. The number pad can also be used to directly
enter a value ranged from 01-127. Press the +/YES, –/NO buttons
simultaneously to recover the default setting of 08.
5.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
TOUCH RESPONSE SETTING - The piano offers four types of keyboard
touch sensitivity settings, soft, normal, hard, and fixed. These are
also known as velocity settings and are designed to suit your style
of playing. The normal setting is selected automatically when the
piano is turned on. The touch response can be changed with the
function feature.
Soft is the most sensitive keyboard response which permits maximum sound levels with a light touch.
Normal is an intermediate response suitable for most styles of music.
Normal is the default setting.
Hard is a less sensitive keyboard response which requires a heavier
touch to obtain maximum sound levels.
Fixed does not offer any touch sensitivity. Each key plays at full
volume no matter how hard the piano key is hit.
It is commonly used on Harpsichord and Organ voices.
Touch
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE or the PAGE buttons until the “Touch” menu
appears.
Press the +/YES button to confirm your selection. The current touch
response setting will be shown.
Use the +/YES, –/NO buttons to select a touch response.
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FUNCTION
5.
LOWER
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
CHANGING THE SPLIT POINT FOR LOWER VOICE - When the lower
mode is engaged the keyboard is divided into two parts at the split
point. In the right hand section the original or Upper voice will
sound. In the left hand section a new instrument voice can be
assigned, the lower voice. The split point for the Lower section
can be changed in the Function feature.
Split Point
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE or the PAGE buttons until the “Split Point”
menu appears.
Press the +/YES button to confirm your selection and the current
voice split point will be shown.
Use the +/YES button to shift the split point up the keyboard, to the
right, and the –/NO button to shift the split point down the
keyboard, to the left. The number pad can also be used to enter
the split point directly (by key number) from G2–C7. Press the +/
YES, –/NO buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting of
C3.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
SINGLE
FINGERED
PIANO
CHANGING THE SPLIT POINT FOR AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT - The
split point that divides the keyboard can also be changed in the
function menu.
Auto A.Split
ACCOMP
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE or the PAGE buttons until the “Auto A.Split”
menu appears.
Press the +/YES button to confirm your selection and the current
auto accompaniment split point will be shown.
Use the +/YES button to shift the split point up the keyboard, to the
right, and the –/NO button to shift the split point down.
FUNCTION
AUTO HARMONY TYPE SELECTING - When the HARMONY button is
engaged, a single note on the right-hand section of the keyboard
will sound with additional auto harmony notes, when the auto
accompaniment is engaged. There are four types of harmony that
can be selected.
Duet adds a harmonizing note sounding below the single right hand
note that you supply when the chord accompaniment is playing.
Close harmony adds two harmonizing notes sounding below the
single right hand melody note that you supply, when the chord accompaniment is playing.
Open harmony
Octave add a note one octave below the note you play in the right
hand section of the keyboard when the chord accompaniment is
playing.
HARMONY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the FUNCTION button, then the +/YES button to confirm.
Press the PAGE or the PAGE buttons until the “Harmony Type”
menu appears.
Press the +/YES button to confirm your selection. The current harmony type will be shown.
Use the +/YES or –/NO buttons to select a harmony type.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES,
-/NO or the FUNCTION button.
Harmony Type
MASTER TUNE - The pitch of this piano is very accurate and stable, it is
automatically set to standard A440 pitch when the piano is turned
on. The tuning feature makes it possible to tune the pitch of the
instrument in fine intervals. If necessary, you can alter the piano
pitch. Tuning can be accomplished over –50 to +50 semitone
steps, or cents.
Master Tune
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE s or the PAGE t buttons until the “Master Tune” menu appears.
Press the +/YES button the tuning value will be shown.
Use the +/YES button to increase the value or the –/NO
buttons to decrease the value. Press the +/YES, –/NO
buttons simultaneously to recover the default setting of
00.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the
+/YES, -/NO or the FUNCTION button.
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FUNCTION
EQUALIZATIONE - The Equalization function will adjust the global “tone”
of the internal sound output of the piano.
Equalization
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE s or the PAGE t buttons until the “Equalization”
menu appears.
Press the +/YES button the current EQ type will be shown.
Use the +/YES or the –/NO buttons to select EQ type you desire. The
available EQ types are listed below:
1. Piano
2. Bright
3. Bright Middle
4. Middle boost
5. Bass Middle 6. Bass Boost 7. Flat
8. Classical
9. Jazz
10.Pop
11. Rock
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
REVERB TYPE - There are 10 reverb types available to choose from.
Reverb Type
1.
2.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE s or the PAGE t buttons until the “Reverb Type”
menu appears.
3.
Press the +/YES button the current reverb type will be shown.
4.
Press the +/YES or the –/NO buttons to select type listed below
1. Small Hall 2. large Hall
3 . Plate reverb 4. Church
5. Cathedral 6. Gated Reverb 7. Echo
8. 3/4 Echo
9. 4/4 Echo
10. Triplet Echo
5.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
CHORUS TYPE - There are 8 Chorus types available to choose from.
Chorus Type
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE s or the PAGE t buttons until the “Chorus Type”
menu appears.
Press the +/YES button the current chorus type will be shown.
Press the +/YES or the –/NO buttons to select type listed below:
1. Chorus Deep 2. Resonant Chorus 3 . Flange 4. Flange Deep
5. Phaser
6. Tremolo 7. Tremolo Medium 8. Tremolo Fast
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
FUNCTION
VOCAL GRADING - After performance of the play-along song, you can
hear vocal grading. You can also disable this feature.
Vocal Grade
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE s or the PAGE t buttons until the “Vocal Grade”
menu appears.
Press the +/YES button the current status will be shown.
Press the +/YES button to set Vocal grading ON, or the –/NO buttons
to set it Off
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
LOCAL - Normally, playing on the keyboard generates sound while it
sends MIDI messages via the MIDI connector or USB. This mode is
called Local On. If you desire, you could mute the piano but simply
send out the MIDI messages. This mode is called Local Off.
Local
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE s or the PAGE t buttons until the “Local” menu
appears.
Press the +/YES button the current status will be shown.
Press the +/YES button to set Local ON, or the –/NO buttons to set it
Off
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
FACTORY SETTING - This function will reset the piano with factory default setting..
Reset
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the PAGE s or the PAGE t buttons until the “Reset” menu
appears.
Press the +/YES button to recover the factory setting.
To exit the setup mode press any control button except the +/YES, -/
NO or the FUNCTION button.
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RECORD
This piano is equipped with a real time recorder, able to store four songs, each with a 3track sequencer. It will record all note events and the accompaniment as they are
performed. This recorded information is nonvolatile and therefore will not be lost when
the power is turned off. All the tracks can playback separately or together as a complete
song.
PLAY ALL
USER SONG
1
+/YES
2
ACCOMP
LOAD
MELODY 1
SAVE
UTILITY
PLAY/STOP
MELODY 2
REC
PLAY/STOP
RECORDING 1.
Prepare - Prepare to record by setting the voice, style, tempo and
reverb level and other parameters as desired.
These settings can be stored into a registration memory for easy
recall, please see the registration memory section for more
information.
3
4
6
2.
USER SONG
–/NO
Select a Song - Press the USER SONG button, and use the
+/
YES, –/NO buttons to select a song, the display will show the song
number selected. This is where the recorded information will be
stored.
1:User Song
3.
MELODY 1
MELODY2
ACCOMP
REC
4.
METRONOME
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Select a track Melody will record all notes.
There are two tracks available for recording the melody, these are
assigned by pressing the MELODY 1 or the MELODY 2 button.
Auto Accompaniment will record all the auto accompaniment
events just as they are played.
The ACCOMP track button will select the accompaniment track.
Press and hold down the REC button, then press the track button
that you want to record in. The corresponding track indicator will
blink and immediately erase the existing recording in this track. The
four dots of the beat indicator will blink with the current tempo, to
show that the recorder is on standby.
If you already have a recorded track(s) in the selected song, that
indicator will also be lit and the recorded music will play, as a
reference for you while you record the new track. If you do not wish
for previously recorded tracks to play while you are recording,
press the corresponding track button to turn the indicator light off.
Metronome - Press the METRONOME button to enable the metronome as a reference when recording only melody track. The metronome sound will not be recorded.
Note: If you use the metronome when recording the accompaniment track, the metronome will play in place of the drum part of the
auto accompaniment.
RECORD
RECORDING (continued)
4.
MELODY 1
Record - Your performance can be recorded in the following ways:
Record Melody Track Only
If the MELODY 1 or MELODY 2 buttons are selected the recording
will begin as soon as you play the keyboard.
Please Note: It is suggested to turn off the fingering mode when
recording on a melody track alone. When the fingering mode is
set to Fingered or Single, the auto accompaniment section of the
keyboard will not be recorded, although the notes are sounding.
MELODY2
Record Auto Accompaniment Track Only
With the Auto Accompaniment ACCOMP engaged recording will
start as soon as a chord is played on the auto accompaniment
section of the keyboard.
ACCOMP
Please note, notes played on the Melody section of the keyboard
will not be recorded in the auto accompaniment track. If the auto
accompaniment is off, only the percussive rhythm will be recorded
in the ACCOMP track.
An unrecognized chord in the fingered mode cannot start the
recording.
Record the Auto Accompaniment and a Melody Track
If you want to record a melody and the accompaniment at the same
time, Press a MELODY track button, then the ACCOMP track
button and both indicators will blink in the standby mode. Recording begins as soon as you start to play on any section of the
keyboard.
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
Please Note: the contents in a track will be erased as soon you
start to record on the selected track.
It will be replaced by the new data that the user is recording.
5.
REC
Stop Recording - Press the START/STOP button, the PLAY/STOP
button or the REC button to stop recording.
Or when the accompaniment track is being recorded, press the
INTRO/ENDING button to stop the recording with an ending
pattern in the accompaniment track.
PLAY/STOP
Please Note: When the record memory is full, recording will stop
automatically and “End” will appear on the display screen.
PLAYBACK - To listen to the recorded passage:
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RECORD
1.
1
+ / YES
2
Press the USER SONG button and select the song you want to play
back, using the +/YES, –/NO buttons. The display will show the
song number.
3
4
0
VOICE
- / NO
MELODY 1
1:User Song
STYLE
USER SONG
2.
After you have selected your desired User Song, the LED indicators
of those recorded channel tracks will be engaged.
If you do not wish to hear a specific track, press the corresponding
track button to turn that track off.
Its LED indicator will turn off.
3.
Press the PLAY/STOP button to hear the recorded track(s).
The dots of the beat indicator will flash.
You can change the tempo by pressing the +TEMPO– buttons.
You may also play on the keyboard while the recording is playing
back.
4.
Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop the playback.
Playback will stop automatically when the recording reaches its
end.
5.
Press the USER SONG button again to exit the Record Mode, the
display screen will revert to the current voice selected.
MELODY2
ACCOMP
PLAY/STOP
PLAY/STOP
USER SONG
Note: The melody track can record layer or lower performance. But
cannot record layer and lower at the same time. In the record mode,
when layer or lower mode is triggered, then press another mode button,
the mode will be toggled to new one. If both layer and lower mode are
engaged before entering record, when enter the record mode, only
layer mode remains and the lower will be disabled automatically.
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REGISTRATION MEMORY
Registration Memory can recall particular settings of style, voice, chord and other parameters or features you have engaged. This piano has nine registration memories to hold your
favorite settings so that they can be recalled quickly by pressing a button.
The unit is equipped with a backup battery and your registration memories will not be lost
when the power is turned off.
Please Note: The Registration Memory is recalled by using the numeric pad buttons.
SAVE YOUR SETTINGS IN THE REGISTRATION MEMORY
1.
Set the voice, rhythm, tempo, accompaniment, reverb effect and
any other parameters that you wish to save.
2.
Hold down the REG button.
DIGITAL/REG
VOICE
1
2
3
+/YES
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
–/NO
3.
b-1:Store
STYLE
Press one of the number pads 1-9. The display will show the
current registration memory number with a “b-” prefix. Your
panel setting will be saved into that registration memory button
instantly.
RECALL CONTENTS IN THE REGISTRATION MEMORY
1.
Press and release the DIGITAL/REG button to engage the registration memory mode, the indicator will light up.
2.
Press one of the number pads 1-9 buttons, the stored setting will
be recalled instantly and the display will show the memory
number with a “b-” prefix. The relevant parameters will be set
and the display will recover to the voice that has just been
recalled.
DIGITAL/REG
1
2
3
3
4
5
7
8
9
+/YES
6
VOICE
b-1:RegisterBank
STYLE
–/NO
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PLAY ALONG SONGS
Press the DEMO/SONG button twice to access the play along song function.
There are 50 songs built into the piano for your musical enjoyment.
You can change the song by pressing the +/YES , –/NO buttons or use the number pads to
input a song number directly.
Press the DEMO/SONG button again to stop the song demonstration.
DEMO/SONG
DEMO/SONG
FUNCTION
PAGE
PAGE
USER REG
USING THE SONG FEATURE
1.
DEMO/SONG
SONG
+ / YES
0
Engage the Song mode - Press the DEMO/SONG button twice
until green indicator lights up. The first song number will appear on
the display.
Use the +/YES, –/NO buttons or the number pads to select a song.
The song number will appear on the display.
001:Mary Lamb
- / NO
START/STOP
RIGHT
LEFT
LEFT
START/STOP
DEMO/SONG
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RIGHT
2.
Listen to the demonstration - Press the START/STOP button to
listen to the selected song. The chord playing from the auto
accompaniment and the tempo will be shown on the display.
Right hand play along - Press the RIGHT button. Then press the
START/STOP button, after the metronome sound count in, the
auto accompaniment will playback, and you can play the right
hand melody notes with the rhythm accompaniment track.
While playing, press the METRONOME button if you want to
replace the drum part of the auto-accompaniment by the
metronome.
If you want to play slower or faster than the preset tempo, press
the TEMPO + or TEMPO - button to adjust the tempo. Press
TEMPO+ and TEMPO- button simultaneously to return to the
PLAY ALONG SONGS
default tempo for the selected song.
Left hand play along - Press the LEFT button. Then press the
START/STOP button, after the metronome sound count in the melody
will playback with the drum rhythm of the accompaniment track, you
can play the left hand accompaniment pattern to match this melody.
You may use METRONOME, TEMPO button as described above.
LEFT
START/STOP
LEFT
Right and Left hand play along- Press the RIGHT and LEFT buttons
simultaneously, then press the START/STOP button, after the metronome sound, you can play the entire section with both hands with the
percussive rhythm or metronome track.
You may use METRONOME, TEMPO button as described above.
RIGHT
START/STOP
3.
Check you progress - You will hear a vocal grading as soon as you
finish the performance. The grades are “Try Again”, “Good”, “Very
good” and “Excellent”. You can also disable the vocal grading system in the Function mode.
The same song passage will continue until you press the START/
STOP button.
DEMO/SONG
4.
Stop the Song Function - Press the DEMO/SONG button again to
exit the Play Along Song Mode.
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iPOD DOCK
The iPod docking station is located on the right hand side of the piano underneath the
keyboard.
1. Pull out the iPod docking station from under the keyboard.
2. Turn the Piano’s Master Volume to mid level to ensure that the initial iPod volume will not
damage the Piano’s sound delivery system.
3. Place your iPod onto the docking station carefully. The bottom of the iPod needs to interface with the compatible connector on the docking station.
iPod Volume
The volume control to the right of the iPod docking cradle can be used to easily adjust the
iPod’s volume to match your playing volume level, while you may use the master volume
control for overall volume of the piano.
The Piano’s EQ controls will not affect the iPod sound output. Therefore please use the
iPod’s EQ to optimize the iPod’s sound and tone.
IPod Charging
Your iPod will be charging while it is connected to your piano’s iPod docking station.
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MIDI
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. This is a world wide standard communication interface that enables electronic musical instruments and computers (of all brands)
to communicate with each other so that instructions and other data can pass between them.
This exchange of information makes it possible to create a system of MIDI instruments and
devices that offers far greater versatility and control than is available with isolated
instruments. Whether you interface with computers, sequencers, expanders or other keyboards your musical horizons will be greatly enhanced.
MIDI
OUT
IN
MIDI CONNECTION - The MIDI terminals are located on the left side
panel of the piano.
1.
MIDI In: This terminal receives MIDI data from an external MIDI
device.
2.
MIDI Out: This terminal transmits data from this instrument to other
MIDI devices. The transmitted data includes the note and touch
velocity produced while playing on the keyboard, as well as voice
changes, wheel operation, and recorded playback for the melody
tracks. Demo songs and auto accompaniment are not transmitted.
USB - The USB connector allows you to connect the piano directly to
your computer. It can be connected without driver installation
under the Windows XP, Windows Vista & MAC OSX environment.
The piano will be recognized as a USB Audio device to receive
and transmit the same MIDI messages described above.
For more information regarding transmitted MIDI data please
see the next page and or the MIDI implementation chart.
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MIDI
MIDI CHANNELS - The MIDI system in this unit has 16 channels
numbered from 1-16. Each of the channels is responsible for a
voice. When the instrument receives from an external device, the
active channel is determined by the control message. The transmission channels on this keyboard are fixed as follows:
Channel 1: Master voice
Channel 2: Layer voice
Channel 3: Split voice
Channel 4: Bass in manual bass chord mode
Channel 7: Chord in manual bass chord mode
Channel 10: Percussion sound
Please see the MIDI Implementation Chart for more detail.
For further MIDI setup options please see your local Suzuki Music
Store.
Note: When a USB cable is connected from the piano to to a
computer, all MIDI messages will receive/transmit via USB.
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MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
Function
Basic Channel
Channel changed
Default mode
Note number
Velocity Note On
Note Off
Pitch Bender
Control Change
Transmitted
1 CH
1 – 16 CH
X
11 – 118
9N,V=1–127
X
X
Recognized
1 – 16 CH
1 – 16 CH
3
0 – 127
9N,V=0–127
Yes
Yes
1
X
Yes
Modulation
5
X
Yes
Portamento value
7
X
Yes
Volume
10
X
Yes
Pan
11
X
Yes
Expression
64,
Yes
Yes
Sustain, ,
66
Yes
Yes
Sostenuto
67
Yes
Yes
Soft pedal
65
X
Yes
Portamento yes/no
80
Yes
X
Reverb program
81
Yes
X
chorus program
91
Yes
Yes
Reverb send level
92
Yes
Yes
chorus send level
98
X
Yes
NRPNL
99
X
Yes
NRPNH
100
X
X
RPNL
101
X
X
RPNH
121
Yes
Yes
Reset all controllers
Yes
0 – 138 *
X
X
X
X
X
Yes
0 – 127
X
X
X
X
X
All notes off
123
Program change
System exclusive
Sys. Common: Song select
Song position
System: Clock
Real time: Commands
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Remark
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
* Including some special voices.
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VOICE LIST
No. Name
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
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Display
PIANO
Acoustic Grand Piano
Grand Piano
Bright Acoustic Piano
Bright Piano
Electric Grand Piano
El.G.Piano
Honky-Tonk Piano
Honky-Tonk
Electric Piano 1
Elec.Piano1
Electric Piano 2
Elec.Piano2
Harpsichord
Harpsichord
Clavichord
Clavichord
CHROMATIC PERCUSSION
Celesta
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Glockenspiel
Music box
Music Box
Vibraphone
Vibraphone
Marimba
Marimba
Xylophone
Xylophone
Tubular Bells
TubularBells
Dulcimer
Dulcimer
ORGAN
Drawbar Organ
Draw Organ
Percussive Organ
Percus Organ
Rock Organ
Rock Organ
Church Organ
ChurchOrgan
Reed Organ
Reed Organ
Accordion
Accordion
Harmonica
Harmonica
Tango Accordion
Tango Accordn
GUITAR
Acoustic Nylon Guitar
Nylon Guitar
Acoustic Steel Guitar
Steel Guitar
Electric Jazz Guitar
Jazz Guitar
Electric Clean Guitar
Clean Guitar
Electic Muted Guitar
Mute Guitar
Overdriven Guitar
Overdrive
Distortion Guitar
Dist Guitar
Guitar Harmonics
GtrHarmonics
BASS
Acoustic Bass
AcousticBass
Electric Bass (finger)
Finger Bass
Electric Bass (pick)
Pick Bass
Fretless Bass
FretlessBass
Slap Bass 1
SlapBass1
Slap Bass 2
SlapBass2
Synth Bass 1
Synth Bass1
Synth Bass 2
Synth Bass2
No. Name
Display
STRINGS
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
Violin
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
Tremolo Strings
Pizzicato Strings
Orchestral Harp
Timpani
ENSEMBLE
String Ensemble 1
String Ensemble 2
Synth Strings 1
Synth Strings 2
Choir Aahs
Voice Oohs
Synth Voice
Orchestra Hit
BRASS
Trumpet
Trombone
Tuba
Muted Trumpet
French Horn
Brass Section
Synth Brass 1
Synth Brass 2
REED
Soprano Sax
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Oboe
English Horn
Bassoon
Clarinet
PIPE
Piccolo
Flute
Recorder
Pan Flute
Bottle Blow
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
Violin
Viola
Cello
ContraBass
TremStrings
PizzStrings
OrchHarp
Timpani
StringEnsbl1
StringEnsbl2
SynthString1
SynthString2
ChoirAahs
VoiceOohs
Synth Voice
OrchHit
Trumpet
Trombone
Tuba
MutedTrumpet
FrenchHorn
BrassSection
SynthBrass1
SynthBrass2
SopranoSax
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Oboe
English Horn
Bassoon
Clarinet
Piccolo
Flute
Recorder
Pan Flute
Bottle
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
VOICE LIST
No. Name
No. Name
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
Display
SYNTH LEAD
Lead 1 (square)
Square Lead
Lead 2 (sawtooth)
SawtoothLead
Lead 3 (caliope lead)
CaliopeLead
Lead 4 (chiff lead)
Chiff Lead
Lead 5 (charang)
Charang Lead
Lead 6 (voice)
Voice Lead
Lead 7 (fifths)
Fifth Lead
Lead 8 (bass + lead)
Bass +Lead
SYNTH PAD
Pad 1 (new age)
New Age Pad
Pad 2 (warm)
Warm Pad
Pad 3 (polysynth)
PolySynthPad
Pad 4 (choir)
Choir Pad
Pad 5 (bowed)
Bowed Pad
Pad 6 (metallic)
Metallic Pad
Pad 7 (halo)
Halo Pad
Pad 8 (sweep)
Sweep Pad
SYNTH EFFECT
FX 1 (rain)
Rain
FX 2 (soundtrack)
Sound Track
FX 3 (crystal)
Crystal
FX 4 (atmosphere)
Atmosphere
FX 5 (brightness)
Brightness
FX 6 (goblins)
Goblins
FX 7 (echoes)
Echoes
FX 8 (sci-fi)
Sci-Fi
ETHNIC
Sitar
Sitar
Banjo
Banjo
Shamisen
Shamisen
Koto
Koto
Kalimba
Kalimba
Bagpipe
Bagpipe
Fiddle
Fiddle
Shanai
Shanai
PERCUSSIVE
Tinkle Bell
Tinkle Bell
Agogo
Agogo
Steel Drums
Steel Drums
Woodblock
WoodBlock
Taiko Drum
Taiko Drum
Melodic Tom
MelodicTom
Synth Drum
Synth Drum
Reverse Cymbal
ReversCymbal
Display
SOUND EFFECT
Guitar Fret Noise
Fret Noise
Breath Noise
Breath Noise
Seashore
Seashore
Bird Tweet
Bird Tweet
Telephone Ring
Telephone
Helicopter
Helicopter
Applause
Applause
Gunshot
Gunshot
Please note: For voices from 001 - 128
in the table, the “No.” is the displayed voice number. The MIDI
program number for any voice
listed is one less than the display
number. For example voice 001
Acoustic Grand Piano MIDI program number is 000, voice 002
Bright Acoustic Piano MIDI program number is 001, and so forth.
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VOICE LIST
More ethnic Asian Instruments have been added to the voice list as shown below.
ASIAN FOLK INSTRUMENTS
No.
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
Name
Display
Yangqin
Yangqin
Sanxian
Pipa
Zheng
Zheng
Erhu
Erhuvib
Banhu
Banhu
Suona
Suona
Sheng
Sheng
Dizi
Dizi
Erhu + Yangqin ErhuYangqin2
Dizi + Zheng
DiziZheng2
Prog. Change
15
106
107
110
0
1
2
3
7
11
Bank
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Please note: When the touch sensitivity is in the “Soft,” “Normal,” or “Hard,” mode,
voice No. 137 will sound as Erhu when a key is struck softly, and as Yangqin
when the key is struck hard.
If the touch response is fixed, voice No. 137 will always sound as Yangqin.
Voice No. 138 will sound as Zheng when a playing keys below C4, and as
Dizi when playing key C4 and above.
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STYLE LIST
No.
Name
Swing
00 Swing 1
01 Swingin'Organ
02 Swing Trio
03 Slow Swing
04 Dixie
05 Jazz
06 Lounge
07. Shuffle Blues
08. Blues
R&B
09 Gospel 1
10 Gospel 2
11 Reggae 1
12 Reggae 2
13 Motown
14 Shuffle
15 R&B 1
16 R&B 2
17 R&B Shuf
POP
18 Pop 1
19 Pop 2
20 Pop 3
21 8 Beat Pop 1
22 8 Beat Pop 2
23 8 Beat Pop 3
24 Pop16
25 Pop Acoustic
26 EasyPop
27 Funky Pop
28 Disco Pop
29 Slow Groove
30 Florida
31 Folk 1
32 Folk 2
33 Funky
DISCO
34 Disco
No.
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
Name
Disco Dance 1
Disco Dance 2
Disco Shuffle
Disco Groove
House
Dance 1
Dance Pop 1
Dance Pop 2
80’s Dance
Dance 2
Techno
Rap
ROCK
Rock1
Rock2
Slow Rock
Rock n Roll 1
Rock n Roll 2
Surf Rock
Jerry
BOSSA
Bossa Nova
Bossa Nova 2
Pop Bossa 1
Pop Bossa 2
Salsa
Tango
Merenque
LATIN
Rumba
Beguine
Samba
Chacha
Latin 1
Latin 2
OLDIES
Hawaiian
Hula
Boogie
No.
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Name
Fox Trot
Ragtime
Waltz 1
Waltz 2
Classic 1
Classic 2
BALLAD
Ballad
50's Ballad
Power Ballad
Jazz Ballad
Bolero
Slow 16
ACOUSTIC
Kids 1
Kids 2
March0 1
March0 2
March0 3
Polka 1
Polka 2
MexPolka
NewAge
ROCK
Country
Country Train
Bluegrass
SlowBlus
BIG BAND
Latin Big Band
Brodway1
Brodway2
Big band
Mambo Band
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DRUM KIT LIST-1
No.-Key
27-Eb1
28-E1
29-F1
30-F#1
31-G1
32-G#1
33-A1
34-Bb1
35-B1
36-C2
37-C#2
38-D2
39-Eb2
40-E2
41-F2
42-F#2
43-G2
44-G#2
45-A2
46-Bb2
47-B2
48-C3
49-C#3
50-D3
51-Eb3
52-E3
53-F3
54-F#3
55-G3
56-G#3
57-A3
58-Bb3
59-B3
60-C4
61-C#4
62-D4
63-Eb4
64-E4
65-F4
66-F#4
67-G4
68-G#4
69-A4
70-Bb4
71-B4
72-C5
73-C#5
74-D5
75-Eb5
76-E5
77-F5
78-F#5
79-G5
80-G#5
81-A5
82-Bb5
83-B5
84-C6
85-C#6
86-D6
87-Eb6
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Standard (0)
P-1: Standard
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
RHigh Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Room (8)
Power (16)
P-2: Room
P-3: Power
High Q
High Q
Slap
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Scratch Pull
Stick
Stick
Square Click
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Power Kick Drum
Side Stick
Side Stick
Snare Drum 2
Power Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Power Snare Drum 1
Room Low Floor Tom 2 Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Close Hi-hat
Room Low Floor Tom 1 Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Pedal Hi-hat
Room Low Tom
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Open Hi-hat
Room Low-mid Tom
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
Crash Cymbal 1
R High Tom
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Cabasa
Maracas
Maracas
Short Whistle
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Cabasa
Shaker
Shaker
Belltree
Belltree
Castanets
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Open Surdo
Electronic (24)
P-4: Electronic
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Elec Kick Drum
Side Stick
Elec Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Power Snare Drum 1
Elec Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Elec Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Elec Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Elec Low-mid Tom
Elec Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
Elec High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Reverse Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
TR-808 (25)
P-5: TR-808
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick Drum 2
Synth Kick Drum 1
Synth Side Stick
Synth Snare Drum
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Synth Low Floor Tom 2
Synth Close Hi-hat
Synth Low Floor Tom 1
Synth Pedal Hi-hat
Synth Low Tom
Synth Open Hi-hat
Synth Low-mid Tom
Synth Hi-mid Tom
Synth Crash Cymbal 1
Synth High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
DRUM KIT LIST-2
No.-Key
27-Eb1
28-E1
29-F1
30-F#1
31-G1
32-G#1
33-A1
34-Bb1
35-B1
36-C2
37-C#2
38-D2
39-Eb2
40-E2
41-F2
42-F#2
43-G2
44-G#2
45-A2
46-Bb2
47-B2
48-C3
49-C#3
50-D3
51-Eb3
52-E3
53-F3
54-F#3
55-G3
56-G#3
57-A3
58-Bb3
59-B3
60-C4
61-C#4
62-D4
63-Eb4
64-E4
65-F4
66-F#4
67-G4
68-G#4
69-A4
70-Bb4
71-B4
72-C5
73-C#5
74-D5
75-Eb5
76-E5
77-F5
78-F#5
79-G5
80-G#5
81-A5
82-Bb5
83-B5
84-C6
85-C#6
86-D6
87-Eb6
88-E6
89-F6
90-F#6
91-G6
92-G#6
93-A6
94-Bb6
95-B6
96-C7
Jazz (32)
P-6: Jazz
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Bass Drum
70 Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Brush (40)
P-7: Brush
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Bass Drum
70 Bass Drum
Side Stick
Brush Tap
Brush Slap
Brush Swirl
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Orchestra (48)
P-8: Orchestra
Close Hi-hat
Pedal Hi-hat
Open Hi-ha
Ride Cymbal
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Orche Bass Drum 2
Orche Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Orche Snare Drum 2
Casstanets
Orche Snare Drum 1
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
Orche Crash Cymbal
Vibra Slap
Orche Cymbal
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Chinese (58)
P-9: Chinese
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Bass Drum
70 Bass Drum 1
Side Stick
Snare Drum 2
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 1
Low Floor Tom 2
Close Hi-hat
Low Floor Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
Low Tom
Open Hi-hat
Low-mid Tom
Hi-mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra Slap
Ride Cymbal 2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Chi
Da
Gong
Xiao cha 1
Dagu
Xiao cha mute 1
Hey
Pai gu Low
Xiao cha 2
Pai gu Mid
Xiao cha mute 2
Pai gu Hi
Jing Luo mute
Jing Luo
Xiao Luo
Effects (56)
P-10: SFX
High-Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Stick
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Gtr. Cut Noise1 (down)
Gtr. Cut Noise2 (up)
Bass Slap
Bass Pick
Key Click
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Footstep 1
Footstep 2
Applause
Door Creaking
Door Closing
Scratch
Wind Chime
Car Engine Starting
Car stop
Car Pass
Car Crash
Siren
Train
Jet Plane
Helicopter
Starship
Gun Shot
Machingun
Laser Gun
Explosion
Dog
Horse Gallop
Birds
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Sea Shore
Stream
Bubble
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DRUM KIT LIST
Please Note: For the drum kit lists on the previous two pages, in
the first title row, the number in the bracket, after the kit
name, is the MIDI program number. The Drum kits name
and number that are shown on the LCD display are listed in
the second title row.
The “No.” refers to MIDI note number, and “Key” refers to the
key on the keyboard.
Keys from A1 to D2 sound as timpani, except for in Kit 10, the
effects kit.
Keys from E6 to C7 sound the same as the D#1 to B2 keys,
except for Kit 9, the Chinese kit.
A list of the sounds of E6 to C7 for Kit 9, Chinese kit are listed
below.
KIT 9 COMPLEMENT
No. - Key Sound
88-E5
Drum + Hey!
89-F5
Low Pai Gu
90-F#5
Small Cymbal
91-G5
Mid Pai Gu
92-G#5
Mute Small Cymbal
93-A5
High Pai Gu
94-Bb5
Mute Jing Gong
95-B5
Jing Gong
96-C6
Small Gong
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PEDALS
1
2
3
PIANO PEDALS
1.
SOFT PEDAL - When the left pedal is engaged the piano volume is reduced
and the timbre slightly altered on the notes that are played.
2.
FUNCTION PEDAL - This center pedal can be used to trigger various events,
such as start/stop and Fill In. Pedal functions are assigned in the
setup menu, “Pedal Assign”. Please see the Setup section of this
manual for more information.
3.
SUSTAIN PEDAL - When the right pedal is engaged the piano keys will
continue to sustain as they are played. Thereby the piano note will decay
gradually) as if you were continuing to hold down the piano keys.
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SPECIFICATIONS
KEYBOARD
88-note, Graded hammer-action keyboard
MAX. POLYPHONY WITH SOUND EFFECTS: 64
VOICES
138 Voices
(Including ten Asian folk instrument voices)
5 quick select voice buttons + A/B select
VOICE MODE
Layer (dual) voice
Lower (split) voice
VOICE EFFECTS
Reverb
Chorus
NUMERIC PAD: 12
DISPLAY: 16-Character LCD
REGISTRATION MEMORY: 9
DEMONSTRATION: 13 songs,
RECORDING: Four songs, 3 track recording
OVERALL CONTROL
Transpose
Tempo
Main Volume Control: Min-Max
Accomp Volume Control: Min-Max
Setup
AUTO BASS CHORD MODE
Single
Fingered
Piano
Off
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT STYLE
100 Auto accompaniment styles
5 quick select style buttons + A/B select
ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL
Sync start
Start/Stop
Introduction
Ending
Fill-In
Variation
Metronome
Auto harmony (four types)
PLAY ALONG SONGS
50 songs
Right hand, left hand or both hands performance
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Vocal grading
FUNCTION
Equalization
Reverb Type & level
Chorus Type & level
Touch Sensitivity
Split point for voice
Split point for auto accompaniment
Master Tune
Drum kit selection
Harmony type selection
Local Off
Vocal Grading
Factory setting
EXTERNAL MEMORY
SD Card
CONNECTIONS
iPod Docking Station
Headphone x 2
Line Out
Line In
Power In
MIDI In/Out
USB
Microphone In
PEDALS
Sustain Pedal
Sustenuto Pedal
Soft Pedal
AMPLIFIER: 60W x 2
DIMENSIONS
1406mm x 717mm x 900mm
GDP-8820 DIGITAL PIANO
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