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Yamaha CVS-10 Owner's manual
USER'S GUIDE
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MODE D' EMPLOI
CVS-10
For Electones
COMBINATION YOICE EXPANDER
Fiir Electones
COMBINATION VOICE EXPANDER
Pour Electones
EXPANSEUR DE VOIX COMBINEES
hank you for purchasing the YAMAHA Combination
Voice Expander CV$-10.
The CVS-10 gives you new organ sounds for each keyboard of
your Electone. It comes preset with 16 organ voices each for the
upper and lower keyboards, plus 8 organ voices for the pedal
keyboard, all of which can be edited to create the desired sound. To
get optimum satisfaction from your CVS-10, please read through this
User's Guide carefully.
erzlichen Glückwunsch zum Kauf des YAMAHA
Combination Voice Expander CVS-10.
Der CVS-10 bietet Thnen neue Orgelsounds fiir jede Tastatur Ihres
Electones. Er wird mit je 16 ab Werk programmierten Orgelvoices
fiir oberes und unteres Manual sowie 8 Orgelvoices fiir das
Fuflregister geliefert, die alle bearbeitet werden können, um genau
den gewünschten Sound zu erzeugen. Um die Möglichkeiten des
CVS-10 voll auszunutzen, lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung bitte
gründlich durch.
M erci d'avoir porté votre choix sur l'expandeur de
voix combinées CVS-10 de YAMAHA.
Le CVS-10 vous offre de nouvelles sonorités d'orgue pour chaque
clavier de votre Electone. L'appareil contient 16 voix d'orgue
préréglées pour le clavier supérieur et le clavier inférieur et 8 voix
d’orgue pour le clavier à pédales. Toutes peuvent être montées pour
créer le son souhaité. Pour tirer le meilleur parti de votre CVS-10,
veuillez lire attentivement ce mode d'emploi,
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION e Using the Registrations
Handling Precautions.…….……….….………esseoseereracscasennsennens 2 Memorizing a Registration.......g......................... 14
Connection Procedures.................0000000 ID 3 Recalling a Registration ..........................ereee... 16
Description of Parts...................ee.eenicez eee 4 ® Other Types of Control
DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS PITCH reee enero enero 17
e Before You Begin ...................0000000 5 TRANSPOSITION .............e..e8000eneieo en 18
eChoosing a Voice ....................eereenecii eee e e eee 6 MIDI CONTROL EEE 19
e Editing a Voice... EEE 8 Changing the Attack Mode ............................... 21
e Adding an Effect FOR YOUR REFERENCE
TREMOLO/CHORUS....................e ore 10 e Troubleshooting ...................ec...e200000 ee 22
REVERB.........eecc erecciones 13 ESpecifications..................e.erie ee eee 23
e MIDI Implementation Chart........................eee.. 24
® System Exclusive Messages es 25
INHALTSVERZEICHNIS
EINLEITUNG e Einsatz der Registrierungen
Vorsichtsmafregeln zum Umgang”...................eeeriiec 2 Speichern einer Registrierung,.............1.e......... 14
Anschlufiverfahren ..................6100000 ir eee ee. 3 Abruf einer Registrierung.................0................ 16
Beschreibung der Bedienungselemente ........................ 4 ® Weitere Steuerfunktionen
BESCHREIBUNG DER FUNKTIONEN PITCH.....ee.rrrceceneccarice eee one eee eee eee 17
eBevor Sie beginnen ...............e.... EEE 5 TRANSPOSITION ............. emmm e 18
e Wahlen einer Voice...................0e00r nee 6 MIDI CONTROL ee ee 19
@Bearbeiten einer Voice... 8 Andern des Attack-Modus …………………….……… 21
e Hinzufiigen eines Effekts ZU IHRER INFORMATION
TREMOLO/CHORUS.............e....emm 10 eFehlersuche ..................eereci e eee. 22
REVERB........eccce nen icono en Dee 13 e Technische Daten...................11ieee me DA 23
© MIDI Implementation Chart... ee. 24
e System-Exklusivmeldungen……….…….…..………sesserecces 25
TABLE DES MATIERES
INTRODUCTION e Utilisation des registres
Précautions d'utilisation .....................0000000 00... 2 Mémorisation d'un registre ...................vecermi. 14
Démarches des connexions ................ecemennrererr iD 3 Rappel d'un registre..................emiriice e 16
Description des commandes... 4 © Autres types de réglages
DESCRIPTION DES FONCTIONS HAUTEUR DU SON …….………rrerecrssssssssrenserarserrrense 7
@Préparatifs..….…..…...…...…….…iseccessssressrrsrecccenerrenenree 5 TRANSPOSITION .......0.....e.mmminianen eo ..18
@ Sélection de VOIX …….……rircsrrsccrssssercrensancersesrrvee 6 CONTROLE MIDI ………………rrrerersnsrranrescannsenereree 19
® Montage d'une VOIX ……………rerirrssressessessersernecure 8 Changement du mode d'attaque......................... 21
e Ajout d'effet A TITRE DE REFERENCE PERSONNELLE
TREMOLO/CHOEUR ..............ece.es00ere nee 10 e Guide de dépannage.....................eeecciror ri 22
A ie e 13 eSpeécifications.....................eeeeer re DD rece 23
e Tableau d'implentation MIDI..........................eccccos 24
e Message Exclusifs du Systeme ....................2...m.e00.. 25
| INTRODUCTION
В Handling Precautions
Power Supply
e Make sure to use only the YAMAHA power adapter PA-W10.
@In case of electrical storm probability, unplug the power cord from the electrical socket in advance.
elf you will not use the CVS-10 for a long period of time, unplug the power adapter from the electrical outlet.
Power Cord
eBe careful not to touch the power plug with wet hands; you may receive an electric shock.
e'To prevent damage and short-circuiting of the cord wires, always hold the plug when unplugging the cord and never
pull on the cord.
Connection
e Before connecting the CVS-10, make sure that the POWER switch of the Electone is turned OFF.
e Before transporting the CVS-10, make sure to disconnect its power cord and MIDI cables.
Handling
e Never remodel the CYS-10 nor disassemble its parts yourself. Such actions can cause serious damage to the CVS-10.
e Never subject the buttons and switches to unnecessary force.
@To prevent damage and short-circuiting of the cord wires, always hold the plug when unplugging the cord and never
pull on the cord.
elf water accidentally enters the CVS-10, immediately turn OFF the POWER switch, unplug the power cord, and
contact the Yamaha Music Dealer where you purchased this unit.
Choosing an Installation Site
® Avoid places exposed to direct sunlight. |
® Avoid places exposed to excessive moisture, dust, and excessively low temperatures.
Cleaning the Outer Case
® (Clean the outer case by wiping it with a soft, dry cloth.
®Never use thinner, benzine, chemically harsh solvents nor chemically-treated cloths.
elf the case is particularly dirty, moisten a soft, clean cloth in a mild detergent diluted with water, wring the cloth out
well, then wipe off the soiled areas. Next, wipe the unit again with a dry cloth.
If the CVS-10 Operates Abnormally
®If the CVS-10 produces an abnormal odor or smoke, immediately unplug the power cord and contact the Yamaha
Music Dealer where you purchased this unit.
Connection Procedures
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Paci ADAPTOR AUX IN LINE OUT
Connecting the MIDI Cables
*Set to STEREO (HI).
MIDI-1 QUT MIDI IN
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CVS-10 [ Electone —
MIDE1 IN MIDI OUT |
MIDI-2 ; MIDI-2
OUT ; IN
MIDI ; MIDI
№: 1 OUT
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: *Arrange and bind the excess length of each MIDI cable, using the band that secured the cable in its packaged state.
AVS 10 : *If there is excess slack in a LINE cable, use the cord clamp provided to secure the cable to the Electone's chassis.
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Connecting the LINE Cables
MB To connect CVS-10 to HS-8/7/6:
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Г Electone
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Po Electone
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Stereo
LINE OUT (L) AUX IN (L)
CVS-10
LINE OUT (R} AUX IN (R)
*Set to STEREO (HI).
mM To connect CVS-10 to HS-5/4 (or HX-1/3/5 or HE-8/6):
CVS-10 LINE OUT (R) or (L) EXP IN
*Set to MONO,
*Separate the LINE cables, then use only one LINE cable.
BW To connect CVS-10 to a stereo system:
LINE OUT (E) AUX IN (L)
CVS-10
LINE OUT {R) AUX IN (R)
"Set to STEREO (LOW),
Description of Parts
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ATTACK
RBANK SPEED FOOTSW.
TRANSPOSITION
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DEPTH MEMORY
POWER
ON/OFF
— ENSEMBLE —— PITCH
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UPPER LOWER PEDALS EDIT TREMOLO CHORUS REVERB REGIST. M./SHIFT
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(DPOWER: Turns the power ON or OFF,
(2)Display: The status of various data is shown here.
ED <Я A V: Used to move the cursor, change the data, activate a function, etc.
@ENSEMBLE-UPPER: Turn this button ON to enable the voice selected at CVS-10 to be sounded from the
Electone's upper keyboard. Turn it OFF to disable that voice.
BG ENSEMBLE-LOWER: Turn this button ON to enable the voice selected at CVS-10 to be sounded from the
Electone’s lower keyboard. Turn it OFF to disable that voice.
(6 ENSEMBLE-PEDALS: Turn this button ON to enable the voice selected at CVS-10 to be sounded from the
Electone’s pedal keyboard. Turn it OFF to disable that voice.
(EDIT: Press to edit the voice data of a User Voice.
(DR. BANK: To choose the Registration Bank No. for memorizing a registration, press this button while you hold down
the M./SHIFT button.
® TREMOLO: When the Tremolo/Chorus effect is ON, press this button to select Tremolo mode.
@®SPEED: To change the Tremolo Speed of TREMOLO/CHORUS, press this button while you hold down the
M./SHIFT button.
(© CHORUS: When the Tremolo/Chorus effect is ON, press this button to select Chorus mode.
FOOT SW.: To enable/disable Foot Switch control of TREMOLO, press this button while you hold down the
M./SHIFT button.
(OREVERB: Press to enable the Reverb effect.
(ODEPTH: To change the Reverb Depth, press this button while you hold down the M./SHIFT button.
(DREGIST.: Press to recall a memorized registration. This button is also used to change the MIDI Channel No. or to
transmit Bulk data.
(DMEMORY: To memorize a registration, press this button while you hold down the M./SHIFT button.
@M./SHIFT: To select the R BANK, SPEED, FOOT SW., DEPTH, or MEMORY function at the bottom row, press
the pertinent button while you hold down this button. This button is also used to change the Pitch or Transposition
setting, change the Attack mode, etc.
| DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS
Before You Begin
Before choosing a voice, perform the operation
below.
POWER
ON/OFF |
UPPER
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TRANSPOSITION
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RBANK SPEED FOOTSW. DEPTH MEMORY
1. Turn ON the POWER switch.
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ON/OFF |}
2. Decide how to set the ENSEMBLE buttons.
— ENSEMBLE —
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LOWER PEDALS
UPPER: ON/OFF status of the upper keyboard.
LOWER: ON/OFF status of the lower keyboard.
PEDALS: ON/OFF status of the pedal keyboard.
After “VOICE EXPANDER CVS-10”
appears on the display, “UPPER
VOICE” is displayed.
[Power-ON Reset operation]
M To return all the CYS-10 data to the originally
preset values, turn OFF the POWER switch, then
turn it back ON while you hold down the EDIT
button. This operation resets all data to the preset
values described below, clearing any data that you
have previously set.
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® Voice No.: GENERAL for all three keyboards
® Voice Volume: U/L: 24, P: 12 @User Voices:
Identical to Preset voices ®Tremolo/Chorus
Speed: 24 ® Foot Switch Control: OFF ®#Reverb
Depth: 24 e Regist. Bank: 1 ® Registrations: All
GENERAL PRESETS from R. Banks 1 to 4
®MIDI Receive Channel: U:1, L:2, P:3 € Attack
Mode: FIRST NEW KEY.
When an ENSEMBLE button is ON,
the voice selected at CVS-10 can be
sounded from the corresponding key-
board. When it is OFF, that voice will
not be sounded.
Choosing a Voice
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TRANSPOSITION
UPPER VOICE № NZ
One voice can be chosen for each keyboard of PRESET 1
the Electone.
FLUTE ATTACK ZN
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-—— ENSEMBLE ——
UPPER LOWER PEDALS
CS DO ©
PITCH
= = == = =
EDIT
R.BANK SPEED FOCTSW. DEPTH MEMORY
Choose the Voice
1. Press the > or < button until the menu of the
desired keyboard is displayed.
<4 LOWER VOICE >»
PRESET 1
P button: Shift to the next menu.
< button: Return to the previous menu.
2. Press the V or A button to choose the desired voice.
< LOWER VOICE P
PRESET 12
V button: Shift to the next Voice No.
A button: Return to the previous Voice No.
Available Range of Voice Nos.
UPPER VOICE PRESET 1-16, USER 1-16
LOWER VOICE PRESET 1-16, USER 1-16
PEDAL VOICE PRESET 1-8, USER 1-8
The display will change in the sequence
shown below:
Upper Keyboard voice
<4 UPPER VOICE №
PRESET 1
1
Lower Keyboard voice
< LOWER VOICE №
PRESET . 1
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Pedal Keyboard voice
< PEDAL VOICE №
PRESET 1
Volume setting
4 VOLUME >
U:24 L:24 P:24
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ON/OFF setting of TREMOLO/
CHORUS (=»page 10)
<4 TREMOLO/CHORUS
U:OFF L:OFF
[Additional Information]
M After creating your own unique voice by
changing the voice data, the new voice can be
stored as a User Voice. (page 8)
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Set its Volume
3. Press the > or < button to display the VOLUME
menu.
< VOLUME >
U:24 L:24 P:24
4. Press the > or < button to position the cursor
under the keyboard for which you wish to change
the volume.
< VOLUME »
U:24 L:24 P:24
5. Press the A or V button to change the volume.
or
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4 VOLUME >
U:24 L:19 P:24
> button: Shift to the next menu.
< button: Return to the previous menu.
D button: Move the cursor to the right.
< button: Move the cursor to the left.
A button: Raise the volume level.
V button: Lower the volume level.
[Additional Information]
EM The volume can be set to one of 24 levels, At
level 0 (MIN), the voice will be inaudible. Level 24
(MAX) corresponds to the maximum volume of
voice at the Electone. `
EM The balance between the volume levels of the
upper and lower keyboards can also be adjusted by
the Electone’s MANUAL BALANCE function.
Editing a Voice
Try editing the voice data of the User Voice to
create your own unique sound,
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TRANSPOSITION
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FLUTE ATTACK
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TREMOLO
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SPEED
CHORUS REVERB RE
FOOTSW. DEPTH MEMORY
M./SHIFT
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R.BANK
1. Press the > or < button to display the menu of the
keyboard for which you wish to edit a voice.
UPPER VOICE №
PRESET 1
[Additional Information]
HB Because the same voices are shared by both
UPPER VOICE and LOWER VOICE, if you edit
the USER 11 UPPER VOICE, for example, the
2. Press the A or V button to choose the User Voice
you wish to edit.
USER 11 LOWER VOICE will also be similarly
revised,
Voice editing is performed by revising
the data of a preset voice.
UPPER VOICE №
USER 11
[Additional Information)
HB Each User Voice of the CVS-10 is assigned the
same factory-preset voice as the Preset Voice of
the corresponding number. For example, User
3. Turn ON the EDIT button.
Voice 1 is initially assigned the same voice as
Preset Voice 1,
The data of the selected User Voice
appears on the display.
UPPER EDIT
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[Additional Information]
FLUTE
ATTACK Ш If the EDIT button is pressed without selecting
a User Voice, the EDIT button will not come ON.
4. Press the I> or < button to position the cursor under
the data you wish to revise.
UPPER EDIT
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FLUTE ATTACK
5. Press the A or V button to change the data.
UPPER EDIT
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FLUTE ATTACK
Variable Range of the Data
MER
FLUTE, ATTACK [1 (MIN)—7 (MAX)
RESPONSE 1 (SLOW)—7 (FAST)
LENGTH 1 (SHORT)—7 (LONG)
TIMBRE A (FLUTE)—B (PRINCIPAL)
6. When you finish editing the voice, store it as a User
Voice by pressing the EDIT button again.
> button: Move the cursor to the right,
< button: Move the cursor to the left.
A button: Raise the level,
Y button: Lower the level.
[Additional Information]
@If the M./SHIFT button is pressed during
editing, all data being edited will be cleared and
the original voice data will be restored.
MIf the CVS-10 receives MIDI Registration
Change data during editing, all data being edited
will be cleared and the original voice data will be
restored.
A User Voice can be recalled by
performing the same operation used for
choosing a Preset Voice. (page 6)
Adding an Effect
You can also add the TREMOLO, CHORUS, or
REVERB effect to a voice.
— ENSEMBLE —
= == =
UPPER
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TRANSPOSITION
4 TREMOLO/CHORUS
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PITCH
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EDIT TREMOLO CHORUS REVERB REGIST. M/SHIFT
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ABANK SPEED FOOTSW DEPTH MEMORY
LOWER PEDALS
TREMOLO/CHORUS
1. Press the > or < button to display the TREMOLO/
CHORUS menu, then check the ON/OFF status of
the upper (U) and lower (L) keyboards.
« TREMOLO/CHORUS
U:OFF L:OFF
2. To change the ON/OFF status of the TREMOLO/
CHORUS effect for a keyboard, position the cursor
to select the desired keyboard.
« TREMOLO/CHORUS
U:OFF L:OFF
[Additional Information]
M When the TREMOLO/CHORUS menu first
appears, the cursor is displayed under the *U”
position. To move it to the “L” position, press the
E> button.
3. To turn ON the effect, press the A button. To turn it
OFF, press the V button.
4 TREMOLO/CHORUS
U:OFF L:ON
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4, Select the TREMOLO/CHORUS mode.
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TREMOLO CHORUS
TREMOLO ON: The Tremolo effect is enabled (Tremolo mode).
CHORUS ON: The Chorus effect is enabled (Chorus mode).
Both OFF: A Tremolo effect without trilling of the notes is
enabled.
5. Set the Tremolo Speed by pressing the TREMOLO
button while you hold down the M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT / TREMOLO
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SPEED
The currently set Tremolo Speed will appear on the display.
TREMOLO SPEED
VALUE=24
6. Press the A or V button to adjust the Tremolo
Speed.
TREMOLO SPEED
VALUE=15
7. When the desired setting is displayed, press the
M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT
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[Additional Information]
M The ON/OFF status of the Tremolo/Chorus
effect for each keyboard is set at Step 1. No
matter which mode you choose in Step 4,
therefore, the effect will not be added to the
keyboard which was turned OFF in Step 1.
[Additional Information]
Hl The Tremolo Speed can be set within a range of
0 (MIN) to 24 (MAX).
B To select the Tremolo Speed or Foot Switch
control function, you must press the TREMOLO
or CHORUS button while holding down the
M./SHIFT button.
A button: Increase the Tremolo Speed.
V button: Reduce the Tremolo Speed.
[Additional Information]
EM Even after you turn OFF the CVS-10's
POWER switch, this Tremolo Speed setting will
remain unchanged.
To switch between TREMOLO and CHORUS using the Foot Switch
1. Press the CHORUS button while you hold down the
M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT / CHORUS
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The display below will appear.
FOOTSW. CONTROL
OFF
2. To switch Foot Switch control of Tremolo/Chorus
mode from OFF to ÓN, press the A button.
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To complete the setting, press the M./SHIFT button once more. You
can now switch between the Tremolo and Chorus effects by pressing
the Foot Switch to the left.
FOOTSW. CONTROL
TREMOLO ON
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The bottom row of the display indicates
the ON/OFF status of Foot Switch
control of the Tremolo mode.
ON: The Foot Switch can control the
Tremolo/Chorus mode.
OFF: The Foot Switch cannot control
the Tremolo/Chorus mode.
To switch the Foot Switch control
setting from TREMOLO ON to
TREMOLO OFF, press the V button.
To immediately switch between TREMOLO and CHORUS during a performance
1. Press the A, V, >, or < button while you hold down
the M./SHIFT and TREMOLO buttons.
M/SHIFT /
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The display below will appear.
TREMOLO CONTROL
Press 4AVA
2. When you reach a point in your performance where
you wish to switch between TREMOLO and CHORUS,
press the A, V, >, or < button.
12
By performing this step, you will later
be able to switch between the Tremolo
and Chorus effects in realtime.
To cancel this mode, simply repeat
Step 1.
1. Turn ON the REVERB button.
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REVERB
2. To set the Reverb Depth, first press the REVERB
button while you hold down the M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT / REVERB
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The currently set Reverb Depth will appear.
REVERB DEPTH
VALUE=24
3. Press the A or V button to change the Reverb
Depth.
REVERB DEPTH
VALUE=15
4. When the desired setting is displayed, press the
M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT
EA
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¡Additional Information]
NM The Reverb effect cannot be used if the
REVERB button is turned OFF.
[Additional Information]
Hl The Reverb Depth can be set within a range of
0 (MIN) to 24 (MAX).
For example, the lowest and highest REVERB
buttons on an HS Electone respectively
correspond to Depth 0 and 24 on the CVS-10.
EN To select DEPTH, you must press the DEPTH
button while you hold down the M./SHIFT button.
A button: Increase the depth of re-
verberation.
V button: Reduce the depth of re-
verberation.
(Additional Information]
BM Even after you tum OFF the CVS-10's
POWER switch, this Reverb Depth setting will
remain unchanged.
Using the Registrations
The CVS-10 has 4 Registration Banks which can
store 16 registrations each, so you can
memorize up to 64 of the registrations you set at
the CVS-10.
— ENSEMBLE -—
= == =
UPPER
TRANSPOSITION
Seiect MEMORY
12345678910111213141516
NA
ZN
PITCH
LE — = E — =a
16 85% 4 27 1% 16 1 RL T 42473 L
FLUTE ATTACK
LOWER PEDALS EDIT
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TREMOLO CHORUS REVERB REGIST M./SHIFT
RBANK SPEED FOOTSW. DEPTH MEMORY
Memorizing a Registration
1. Set a registration at CVS-10.
2. To choose a Bank, you must first press the EDIT
button while you hold down the M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT /
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The menu below will be displayed.
REGIST. BANK
1 2 3 4 GENERAL
3. Press the > or < button to position the cursor under
the Bank No. or under GENERAL, depending on
where you wish to memorize the registration.
REGIST. BANK
1 2 3 4 GENERAL
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[Additional Information]
E In the memory area reserved for each registra-
tion, you can memorize the selected Voice No.,
volume level, ON/OFF status of effects, Tremolo
Speed, and Reverb Depth for each keyboard, as
well as the ON/OFF status of the ENSEMBLE
buttons.
E Tí you set the upper keyboard voice to USER 1
and memorize that registration, for example, the
data indicating that “USER 1 is selected for the
upper keyboard” will be memorized but not the
actual voice data of USER 1.
[What is a Bank?]
If we assume that each registration from 1 to 16
is a member of one family, then each Bank from 1
to 4 can be regarded as a “house.” The CVS-10 is
provided with four houses (Banks 1 to 4) in which
resides one individual 16-member family each as
well as one house (GENERAL) in which resides
one model family.
GENERAL
4. When the desired Bank is selected, press the M./
SHIFT button. |
—
M./SHIFT
ais OF 2
The previous display is restored.
5. Next, select a Registration No. by pressing the REGIST.
button while you hold down the M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT / REGIST.
, MEMORY
The menu below will be displayed.
Select MEMORY
123456789310111213141516
6. Press the > or < button to position the cursor under
the number at which you wish to memorize your
registration.
Select MEMORY
1234567891011 1213141516
7. To memorize your registration at the selected Registra-
tion No., press the REGIST. button.
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REGIST.
MEMORY
The message below will be displayed for a few seconds.
Memorizing. . !|
REGIST. = 5
8. To complete the setting, press the M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT
15
TT TT TT TT
For example, if you select Bank No. 3,
the 16 members of the family residing
in BANK 3 (shown on page 14) are re-
presented on the display as numbers 1
to 16.
When a Registration No. is selected,
one memory area of BANK 3 is
selected,
When the REGIST. button is pressed,
the registration you have set is memo-
rized in that memory area.
[Additional Information]
El If you turn OFF the POWER switch and then
turn it back ON while you hold down the REGIST.
button, the GENERAL Bank will be selected and
lts memory areas 1-16 will contain the preset
GENERAL Registration data. (When this opera-
tion is performed, any previously set Registrations
in the GENERAL Bank will be cleared.)
BIf you press a different numeric button of
REGISTRATION MEMORY at the Electone
while the M./SHIFT button of CVS-10 is ON, the
registration at the CVS-10 will also be memorized
as that same Registration No.
Recalling a Registration
1. Press the REGIST. button.
The menu below will be displayed.
Select REGIST.
12345678810111213141516
2. Press the I> or < button to position the cursor under
the number of the desired registration.
Select REGIST.
12345678810111213141516
3. To recall the selected registration, press the REGIST.
button again.
REGIST.
The message below will be displayed for a few seconds.
Recalling... |]
REGIST. = 5
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Registrations can also be stored in the MDR.
|
|
| When you connect the CVS-10 to an MDR (Music Disk Recorder) and
| then perform recording at MDR in Normal mode, the data of the
| Registrations in the currently selected Bank at CVS-10 will be
| memorized onto the MDR's disk.
| In addition, when playback at MDR is performed in Normal mode,
| the registrations stored on the MDR’s disk will be saved in the
| currently selected Bank at CVS-10 (and the previous data in that
| Bank will be erased).
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#
If you wish to switch to another Bank
before selecting a Registration No.,
perform Steps 2, 3, and 4 of “Memo-
rizing a Registration” (page 14), before
performing Step 1 on the left.
(Additional Information]
E Registrations 1-16 of the GENERAL Bank are
all provided with preset Registration data
(GENERAL PRESETS). If you wish to recall a
GENERAL Registration, select the GENERAL
Bank first by performing Steps 2, 3, and 4 of
“Memorizing a Registration” (page 14).
If you select a different REGISTRATION
MEMORY number at the Electone,
however, the current Registration No.
at the CVS-10 will also change to that
same number. Be sure to set each of the
CVS-10's Registration No. to the same
Registration No. at the Electone
(REGISTRATION MEMORY) that you
wish to use at the same time.
[Additional Information]
If a disk has been used to record a performance
using an Electone+CV5-10+ MDR system, that
disk cannot be played back when using an
Electone + MDR system (without the CVS-10).
Other Types of Control
#
The CVS-10 also allows you to finely adjust the TRANSPOSITION
pitch, transpose the overall key, perform MIDI PITCH CONTROL
control, or change the Attack mode. —
9 VALUE= @
16 85% 4 2242 414 1 AL T 422 L 7 x
FLUTE ATTACK
—— ENSEMBLE —— PITCH
с === с = с = — = >
UPPER LOWER PEDALS EDIT TREMOLO CHORUS REVERB REGIST. M./SHIFT
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R BANK SPEED FOOT SW. DEPTH MEMORY
1. Press the V button while you hold down the M./
SHIFT button.
m
M./SHIFT
The menu below will be displayed.
PITCH CONTROL
VALUE= 0
2. Use the A or V button to finely adjust the pitch.
A button: Each time this button is
pressed, the pitch is slightly raised.
(When A3=440 Hz, 1 step is equal to
PITCH CONTROL
Neon E Gi
about 0.3 Hz over a maximum 15-step
range.)
V button: Each time this button is
pressed, the pitch is slightly lowered.
VALUE= 7
PITCH
3. When the desired pitch is displayed, pre
M./SHIFT button.
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M./SHIFT
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(When A3=440 Hz, 1 step is equal to
about 0.3 Hz over a maximum 4-step
range.)
{Additional Information]
BM The variable ranges described above are
identical to those of the Electones PITCH
CONTROL function.
ss the
TRANSPOSITION
1. Press the A button while you hold down the M./
SHIFT button.
/ TRANSPOSITION
EE /
M./SHIFT /
Pre /
/
+
r
4
The menu below will be displayed.
TRANSPOSITION
VALUE= O
2. Use the A or V button to adjust the key.
TRANSPOSITION
A button (Higher key)
TRANSPOSITION
VALUE= 5
Normal Key | Ax1 | Ax2 | Ax3 | Ax4 Ax5 | Ax6
C CcIM| D D#(Eb)| Е F |F#(Gb)
Y button (Lower key)
Normal Key, Vx1 | Vx2 | Vx3 | Vx4 | Vx5 | Vx6
С B |Bb(at |) A [ab GH] a [cb Fh
3. When the desired Transposition value is displayed,
press the M./SHIFT button.
с
M./SHIFT
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A button: Each time this button is
pressed, the key is raised one half-step
(for a maximum of six half-steps).
V button: Each time this button is
pressed, the key is lowered one half-
step (for a maximum of six half-steps).
[Additional Information]
8 The variable ranges described above are
identical to those of the Electone’s TRANS-
POSITION function.
MIDI CONTROL
Changing the MIDI Receive Channel Nos.
Although this operation is usually not required, it can be useful when you wish, for example, to provide a CVS-10 organ
sound with greater richness, to sound a PEDALS voice from the upper (or lower) keyboard, and so on.
Fr mmm m= = = = = = — — — — Example — — — —
| Let's assume that you have set the MIDI Receive Channel Nos. to
| “1” for the upper keyboard, “2” for the lower keyboard, and “2” for
| the pedal keyboard. Now, when you play the upper keyboard, the
I “UPPER VOICE” will be sounded; and when you play the lower
| keyboard, both the “LOWER VOICE” and “PEDALS VOICE” will
| be sounded. This method can be used when you wish to combine the
| bass notes with the part you perform using the left hand.
1. Press the V button while you hold down the
REGIST. button.
The menu below will be displayed.
RECEIVE CHANNEL
U: 1 L: 2 P: 3
2. Press the > or < button to position the cursor at
the keyboard for which you wish to change the
Channel No.
RECEIVE CHANNEL
U: 1 L: 2 P: 3
U: Channel No. of the upper keyboard.
L: Channel No. of the lower keyboard.
P: Channel No. of the pedal keyboard.
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RECEIVE CHANNEL
JU: 1 L: 2 P: 3
The MIDI Receive Channels for the
upper, lower, and pedal keyboards are
pre-assigned with the numbers below:
®]1 =Received by the upper keyboard.
@2= Received by the lower keyboard.
03 = Received by the pedal keyboard.
> button: Move the cursor to the
right.
< button: Move the cursor to the left.
3. Press the A or V button to change the Channel No.
RECEIVE CHANNEL
U: 1 LI 1 PP: 3
4. To complete the setting, press the M./SHIFT button.
=
M./SHIFT
Setting MIDI Transfer to SLEEP Mode
Although this operation is usually not required, it may be useful if you have connected the Electone and the CVS-10
to an MDR (Music Disk Recorder).
This operation can be used in the following cases:
e After recording only the Electone's data at MDR without using the
CVS-10, when you wish to perform playback at MDR without
disconnecting the CVS-10.
e When you wish to transfer data only between the Electone and the
MDR. (Other cases when you wish the simulate the status of a
direct connection between the Electone and the MDR.)
A button: Increase the Channel No.
V button: Decreage the Channel No.
MDR — Cvs:10
RARA
1. Turn OFF the POWER switch, then turn it back ON
while you hold down the A button.
POWER ||: | DEE
ON/OFF 4 : A ; a - a e
The message below is displayed to indicate that the CVS-10 is in SLEEP
mode (data will simply pass THROUGH the CVS-10 without being
processed).
YAMAHA CVS-10
|’ т sleeping. ..
Electone
To cancel this mode, turn off the
POWER switch.
Changing the Attack Mode
1. Press the [> button while you hold down the M./
SHIFT button.
Vs /
/
M./SHIFT 7
The menu below is displayed.
ATTACK MODE
FIRST NEW KEY
2. Press the A or V button to change the Attack mode.
ATTACK MODE
EACH KEY
A button: Select FIRST NEW KEY mode.
V button: Select EACH KEY mode.
3. To complete the setting, press the M./SHIFT button.
=
M./SHIFT
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#
ATTACK MODE: Indicates how the
Attack is to be applied to the notes
when the keys are pressed.
FIRST NEW KEY mode: Only the
first key pressed is sounded using the
Attack Rate, and subsequent notes are
sounded according to the Envelope
Generator level of the first note. (This
Attack mode is identical to that of an
HX Electone.)
EACH KEY mode: Each time a pressed
key is sounded using the Attack Rate.
(This Attack mode is identical to that of
an HS Electone.)
FOR YOUR REFERENCE
Troubleshooting
Please note that the appearance of any of the following phenomena does not indicate a mechanical failure of the
CVS-10.
Phenomenon
Cause and Solution
The CSV-10 is turned ON, but no
sound is produced from the Electone's
keyboard.
The MIDI cables, LINE cables, and/or the power adapter are not
properly connected. For example, the MIDI IN and OUT cables are
connected in reverse, the MIDI-1 and MIDI-2 cables are improperly
connected, etc. (page 3)
(2 The pertinent ENSEMBLE button is OFF. (= page 5)
(3) The volume for the pertinent keyboard is set to “0”. (™ page 7)
(DA User Voice is selected but its data has all been set to “0” (the lowest
value). (page 8)
(5) The MIDI Receive Channel No. is set to receive the data sent from a
different keyboard than the one which you are playing. (page 19)
CVS-10 is connected to a stereo, but
either no sound is produced from the
stereo, or its volume is too small or too
loud, the sound is distorted, etc.
(If no sound is produced: The LINE cables are improperly connected.
For example, the AUX IN jack of CVS-10 is connnected to the LINE OUT
jack of the stereo, etc. ("page 3)
DIE the volume is too small or too loud, the sound is distorted, etc.: Either
the LINE OUT selector switch is improperly set, or the connection to the
Electone's AUX IN or EXP IN jack is incorrect. (page 3)
The volume balance between the
upper and lower keyboards differs
from the volume settings performed
at the CVS-10.
The volume settings at the CVS-10 are being affected by the Manual
Balance setting at the Electone. The volume balance between the upper
and lower keyboards is designed to be set by the Electone’s Manual Balance
function. If you want the volume balance to be solely controlled by the
CVS-10, set the Electone’s Manual Balance function to the center level.
The EDIT button is pressed, but the
EDIT mode is not entered.
When choosing the voice to be edited, you have mistakenly chosen a Preset
Voice instead of a User Voice. (=#page 8)
The Tremolo or Chorus effect is not
produced.
(1)The Tremolo or Chorus effect is disabled. (“page 10)
(The Tremolo Speed is set to “0”. (=>page 11)
The Reverb effect is not produced.
The Reverb Depth is set to “0”. (=»page 13)
Certain keys of the lower (or upper)
keyboard are sounded as notes in the
next higher octave (or are not sounded).
After the overall key has been lowered using the Transposition function,
the C to F keys at the left side of the lower keyboard may be sounded as
notes in the next higher octave. When the overall key has been raised, the
A to C keys at the right side of the upper keyboard may not be sounded.
The functions do not operate properly.
This may be caused by various reasons. Normal operation can sometimes
be restored by turning off the POWER switch, then performing a Power-
ON Reset operation. (page 5)
A crackling sound is sometimes heard.
Noise may be produced when either an electrical appliance is turned
ON/OFF or an electric power tool, such as a neon sign or drill, is used in
the proximity of the CVS-10. In such case, plug the CVS-10 into an
electrical outlet located as far as possible from the device that seems to be
the source of the problem.
Interference from radio, TV, wireless
radios, etc.
This is caused by the proximity of a high-power broadcasting station or
amateur ham radio station.
Specifications
Tone Generator
WM (Wave Memory) and FM (Frequency Modulation); Upper: 8-note polyphonic; Lower:
8-note polyphonic; Pedals: monophonic
Voices Upper/Lower (16 Preset, 16 User Voices) Flute: 16’, 8’, 5-1/3’, 4°, 2-2/3’, 2’, 1-3/5’,
1-1/3’, 1’; Attack: 4’, 2-2/3’, 2’; Pedals (8 Preset, 8 User Voices) Rute: 16’, 8°, 4’
Ensemble Upper, Lower, Pedals
Edit Flute, Attack 1-7; Response 1-7; Length 1-7; Timbre A, В; Data Controller (A V, < >)
Effects/Control Volume: Upper/Lower/Pedals; Tremolo/Chorus: On/Off (for Upper/Lower), Speed,
Footsw.; Reverb On/Off, Depth; Pitch; Transposition
Registration Memory
16 Memories x 4 Banks; 16 Preset Combinations
Other Controls M./Shift, Power Switch, Stereo/Mono Switch, Impedance Switch (Hi: Electone; Low:
Home Stereo)
Indicators LCD Display, LED Lamps: Upper, Lower, Pedals, Edit, Tremolo, Chorus, Reverb, Regist.
M./Shift
Input/Output Jacks MIDI-1 (In, Out; for Electone), MIDI-2 (In, Out), Aux. In (L, R), Line Out (L, R), DC In
Accessories MIDI Cable (1.5m x 2), Audio Cable (Stereo; 1.5m), 1-unit Bracket BRT-3 (for HX, HS and
HE Electones; optional), 2-unit Bracket BRT-3D (for HX, HS and HE Electones; optional),
Power Adaptor PA-W10 (DC In 10V; 700mA — A; not included)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
135 x 200 x 63.5mm (5.3” x 7.9” x 2,5”)
Weight
1.1kg (2.4 Ibs.)
“Specifications and descriptions in this User's Guide are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products
or specifications at any time without prior notice. As specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with
Yamaha dealer.
CANADA
THIS APPARATUS COMPLIES WITH THE “CLASS B” LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS SET OUT
IN RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS.
*This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
FCC Information (USA)
While the following statements are provided to comply with FCC
Regulations in the United States, the corrective measures listed are
applicable worldwide.
The digital series of Yamaha Electones™ use frequencies that appear
in the radio frequency range, and if installed in the immediate
proximity of some types of audio or video devices within three meters
(approximately ten feet), interference may occur.
This series of Yamaha Electones™ has been type-tested and found to
comply with the specifications set for a class B computer in accordance
with those specifications listed in sub-part J, part 15 of the FCC rules.
These rules are designed to provide a reasonable measure of
protection against such interference. However, this does not
guarantee that interference will not occur.
If your Electone™ should be suspected of causing interference with
other electronic devices, verification can be made by turning your
Electone™ off and on. If the interference continues when your
Electone™ is off, the Electone™ is not the source of the interference.
If your Electone™ does appear to be the source of the interference,
you should try to correct the situation by using one or more of the
following measures:
® Relocate either the Electone™ or the electronic device that is being
affected by the interference.
® Utilize power outlets for the Electone™ and the device being
affected that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits,
or install AC line filters.
@In the case of radio-TV interference, relocate the antenna or if the
antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial
type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please
contact an authorized Yamaha Electone™ dealer for suggestions
and/or corrective measures. If you can not locate an authorized
Yamaha Electone™ dealer in your general area, please contact the
Electone™ Service Department, YAMAHA CORPORATION OF
AMERICA, U.S.A., 6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, CA 90620.
If for any reason, you should need additional information relating to
radio or TV interference, you may find a booklet prepared by the
Federal Communications Commission Helpful: “How to Identify and
Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.” This booklet, Stock
#004-000-00345-4, is available from the US. Government Printing
Office, Washington DC. 20402.
CVS-10
MIDI Implementation Chart / MIDI-Anwendungstabelle
Tableau d'implantation MIDI # Date: 3/20, 1989
Version: 1.0
Transmitted Recognized Remarks
Functions...
Basic Channel Default X 1 UK (PRESET)
X 2 LK (PRESET)
x 3 PK (PRESET)
Changes x 1-16
Default Mode 3 Mode 3
Mode Messages x x
Altered de ee ok fe ok ok ok kk ok ok ok X
Note Number X 36-96 UK
X 36-96 LK
X 36-96 PK
True Voice * + + * 0e dk ok de de dk de de dk ok 36-96 UK, LK, PK
Velocity Note ON X O 9nH, v=1-127
Note OFF X O 9nH, v=0, 8nH
After Touch Key's X X
Ch's X X
Pitch Bender x x
Control Change 7 | Xx O Volume
X O Manual Balance
11 | x O Expression Pedal
Program Change X 0-15 Regist. Memory
True # Ak ok kk dk dk ok NOR OR * * 0-15
System Exclusive O * | © *
Song Pos X X
System Common Song Sel X X
Tune X X
System Real Time Clock X X
Commands x x
Aux Messages Local ON/OFF | x x
All Notes OFF X O
Active Sense X O
Reset X O
Notes * Refer to Exclusive message list.
Mode 1: OMNI ON , POLY Mode 2: OMNI ON , MONO O: YES
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO x: NO
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SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES / SYSTEM-EXKLUSIVMELDUNGEN
MESSAGE EXCLUSIFS DU SYSTEME
o Code Messages Remarks
РОН, 43H, 70H, 70H (Electone), ..., F7H | 1. Electone common messages/Electone-Normalmeldungen/ Messages communs de | Electone
FOH, 43H, 70H, 2BH (Model), ....., F7H |2. Model-Specific messages/Modell/Einzelmeldungen/Messages spécifiques au modèle
FOH, 43H, 70H, 71H, ................. ‚ F7H (3. HX-Series common messages/Normalmeldungen fúr HX-Serie/Messages communs de la série HX
FOH, 43H, 70H, 72H) .........m....... , F7H |4. HS-Series common messages/Normalmeldungen fiir HX-Series/Messages communs de la série HS
FOH, 43H, 70H, 76H, .................. , F7H | 5. Expander common messages/Expander-Normalmeldungen/Messages communs de l'expanseur
1. Electone common messages/Electone-Normalmeldungen/Messages communs de l’Electone
FOH, 43H, 70H, 70H, ... (code) ..., F7H
Code Messages Trans. Recog.
00H, … (data) … Bulk dump data X O
10H Request-to-send all RAM data O O
20H Request-to-receive all RAM data O O
30H Request-to-send Model ID data O O
40H, 45H, (data) Foot Sw data x e
40H, 60H, xxH Tremolo Control O (MIDI-2) O
43H, (data) Regist. Memory X O
70H, 01H MDR Play start x O
70H, 03H MDR Record start X O
xx 00: off 01: Tremolo 2: Chorus
2. Model-specific messages/Modell-Einzelmeldungen/Messages spécifiques au modele
FOH, 43H, 70H, 2BH (Model), ... (code) ..., F7H
Code Messages Trans. Recog.
00H, ... (data) ... Bulk dump data O O
00H Model ID data O X
10H Request-to-send all RAM data X O
20H Request-to-receive all RAM data X O
30H Request-to-send Model ID data X O
42H Current Request data O O
3, HX-Series common messages/Normalmeldungen fiir HX-Serie/Messages communs de la
série HX
FOH, 48H, 70H, 71H, ... (code) ..., F7H
| Code Messages Trans. Recog.
|41H, 1EH, xxH Manual Balance X О
эхх =00Н, 04H, 08H, OCH, 10H, 14H, 18H
4. HS-Series common messages/Normalmeldungen für HS-Serie/Messages communs de la
série HS
FOH, 43H, 70H, 72H, ... (code) ..., F7H
Code Messages Trans. Recog.
41H, 20H, xxH Manual Balance X O
хх = 00H-0CH
5. Expander common messages/Expander-Normalmeldungen/Messages communs de l’expanseur
FOH, 43H, 70H, 76H, ... (code) ..., FTH
Code
Messages
Trans.
Recog.
00H, ... (data) ...
Bulk dump data
O
O
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