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USER’S GUIDE
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Safety Precautions
Before trying to use the piano, be sure to read
the separate “Safety Precautions”.
Precauciones de seguridad
Antes de intentar usar el piano, asegúrese de
leer las “Precauciones de seguridad” separadas.
PX320ES1A
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
The power indicator being unlit does not mean the apparatus is completely disconnected from the MAINS.
When you need to have the apparatus completely disconnected from the MAINS, you must unplug the power cord. For that purpose, locate
the apparatus in a way that secures easy access to the power cord.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number: PX-320
Trade Name: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
Responsible party: CASIO AMERICA, INC.
Address: 570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801
Telephone number: 973-361-5400
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
NOTICE
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.
FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Important!
Please note the following important information before using this product.
• Before using the AD-12 Adaptor to power the product, be sure to check the AC Adaptor for any damage first. Carefully check the power cord
for breakage, cuts, exposed wire and other serious damage. Never let children use an AC adaptor that is seriously damaged.
• The product is not intended for children under 3 years.
• Use only CASIO AD-12 adaptor.
• The AC adaptor is not a toy.
• Be sure to disconnect the AC adaptor before cleaning the product.
Manufacturer:
CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
This mark applies in EU countries only.
Responsible within the European Union:
CASIO EUROPE GmbH
Bornbarch 10, 22848 Norderstedt, Germany
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Contents
General Guide........................... E-2
Other Settings.........................E-32
Installing the Music Stand........................................... E-3
TONE, Area Buttons (1 through 12) ........................... E-4
Using the T/NO and S/YES Buttons......................... E-5
Saving Settings and Using Operation Lock ................ E-5
Returning the Digital Piano to Its Factory
Default Settings .......................................................... E-5
To configure other settings........................................ E-32
Secondary Parameter Reference.............................. E-34
Power Outlet ............................. E-6
Connecting to a Computer ....E-38
Connecting to the MIDI Terminal .............................. E-38
Connecting to the USB Port ...................................... E-38
USB Mode and MIDI Mode ....................................... E-39
Expanding the Selections in the Music Library ......... E-40
Using an AC Adaptor .................................................. E-6
Connections.............................. E-7
Connecting Headphones ............................................ E-7
Connecting a Pedal .................................................... E-7
Connecting Audio Equipment or an Amplifier ............. E-8
Selecting and
Playing a Tone ........................ E-10
To select a refined tone ............................................ E-10
To select a VARIOUS tone, GM tone, or drum set ... E-11
To adjust the brilliance of a tone............................... E-11
Layering Two Tones ................................................. E-12
Splitting the Keyboard between Two Tones ............. E-12
Using Effects............................................................. E-13
Using the Metronome ............................................... E-14
Playing a Piano Duet ................................................ E-15
Playing a Rhythm ................... E-17
Selecting a Rhythm................................................... E-17
Using Auto Accompaniment ..................................... E-18
Playing Back Built-in
Songs ...................................... E-22
Using an SD Memory Card ....E-41
Inserting and Removing an SD Memory Card .......... E-42
Formatting an SD Memory Card ............................... E-43
Saving Recorded/Registration Data to an
SD Memory Card ...................................................... E-43
Transferring Data from an SD Memory Card to
Digital Piano Memory ................................................ E-45
Playing Back a File Stored on an
SD Memory Card ...................................................... E-47
SD Memory Card Errors............................................ E-48
Reference ................................E-49
Troubleshooting ........................................................ E-49
Product Specifications............................................... E-51
Operating Precautions .............................................. E-52
Appendix ...................................A-1
Tone List ..................................................................... A-1
Drum Assignment List ................................................. A-3
Rhythm List ................................................................. A-4
Song List ..................................................................... A-5
Fingered Chord Chart ................................................. A-6
MIDI Implementation Chart
Playing Back All of the Built-in Songs....................... E-22
Playing Back a Specific Music Library Song............. E-23
Practicing with a Music Library Song........................ E-24
Saving Digital Piano Setups
(Registration Memory) ........... E-25
To store a setup in registration memory ................... E-26
To recall a setup from registration memory .............. E-27
Recording and Play Back ...... E-28
Songs and Tracks..................................................... E-28
Recording Your Keyboard Play ................................ E-29
To play back from digital piano memory ................... E-31
To delete a specific track .......................................... E-31
Company and product names used in this
manual may be registered trademarks of others.
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General Guide
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General Guide
NOTE
• The names shown here are always indicated in bold when they appear within the text of this manual.
1 VOLUME controller
cm LAYER BAL button
2 METRONOME button
cn EFFECT button
3 INTRO/ENDING, WWREW button
co MIDI button
4 SYNCHRO/FILL-IN, FFXX button
5 START/STOP, PLAY/STOP button
cp TONE SEL button
cq STORE, OTHERS button
cr TONE/REGISTRATION button
6 RHYTHM, MUSIC LIBRARY button
7 TRACK/PART button
8 RECORDER button
9 FUNCTION button
cs REVERB, REV TYPE button
ct CHORUS, CHOR TYPE button
dk SPLIT, SPLIT POINT button
dl CARD, FORMAT button
bk T/NO button
dm USB port
bl S/YES button
dn DAMPER PEDAL jack
bm Display
do SOFT/SOSTENUTO PEDAL jack
bn TONE, Area buttons (1 through 12)
dp LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks
bo TEMPO button
dq LINE IN R, L/MONO jacks
bp BEAT button
dr SD memory card slot
bq METRO VOL button
ds POWER button
br SONG/ACCOMP VOL button
dt DC 12V terminal
bs MODE button
ek MIDI OUT/IN terminals
bt TOUCH RES button
ck TRANSPOSE button
el PHONES jack
em Pedal connector
cl TUNE button
*5 Installing
the Music Stand
Insert the bottom of the music stand into the
groove on the top of the digital piano’s
console.
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General Guide
TONE, Area Buttons (1 through 12)
The following three functions are assigned the digital piano’s 12 TONE, Area buttons, depending upon the type of
operation you are performing.
• Tone selection (TONE buttons) (page E-10)
• Registration area selection (Area buttons) (page E-25)
• Other functions (Marked below each button.) (page E-34)
You can find out which function is currently assigned to the TONE, Area buttons by looking at the display contents
and the status of each button’s lamp.
Tone Selection
Tone names
Unlit
Lit
Unlit
Registration Area Selection
Unlit
Unlit
Bank number
Area numbers
Lit or Flashing
Other Settings
Unlit
Flashing
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Setting
Setting names
Unlit
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General Guide
Using the T/NO and S/YES
Buttons
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to change the
currently displayed setting as you view the results of
your changes on the display.
Example: Rhythm number 01
Returning the Digital Piano to
Its Factory Default Settings
Perform the following procedure when you want to
return the digital piano’s stored data and settings to
their initial factory defaults.
1.
While the digital piano is turned off, hold
down the RHYTHM, and FUNCTION buttons
as you press the POWER button to turn on
power.
• This will initialize the digital piano and then perform
system setup.
• The rhythm number (page E-17) appears first
whenever you turn on the digital piano. See the
applicable pages in this manual for detailed
information about each type of setting.
• Each press of the T/NO and S/YES button will
increase or decrease the displayed value by 1.
NOTE
• It will take some time for the digital piano initialization
procedure complete. During that time, the display
contents will be different from those that normally
appear when you turn on power (page E-10).
NOTE
• Holding down either button will scroll continually
through the available settings.
• To return the displayed setting to its initial default value,
press the T/NO and S/YES buttons at the same time.
The initial default tempo is the recommended tempo
setting for the currently selected rhythm or built-in song.
Saving Settings and Using
Operation Lock
Your digital piano lets you save its current settings,
and lock its buttons to protect against operation errors.
For details, see “Secondary Parameter Reference” on
page E-34.
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Power Outlet
Your digital piano runs on standard household power.
Be sure to turn off power whenever you are not using
the digital piano.
Using an AC Adaptor
Use only the AC adaptor that is specified for use with
this digital piano.
Specified AC Adaptor: AD-12
Left Side
DC 12V terminal
AC adaptor
AD-12
Household power
Note the following important precautions to avoid
damage to the power cord.
During Use
• Never pull on the cord with excessive force.
• Never repeatedly pull on the cord.
• Never twist the cord at the base of the plug or
connector.
• The power cord should not be stretched tight while
it is in use.
During Movement
• Before moving the digital piano, be sure to unplug
the AC adaptor from the power outlet.
During Storage
• Loop and bundle the power cord, but never wind it
around the AC adaptor.
IMPORTANT!
• Make sure the digital piano is turned off before plugging
in or unplugging the AC adaptor.
• The AC adaptor will become warm to the touch after very
long use. This is normal and does not indicate
malfunction.
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Connections
Connecting Headphones
Back
PEDAL jacks
IMPORTANT!
• Before connecting headphones, be sure to use the digital
piano’s VOLUME controller to turn the volume down to a
low level. After connecting, you can adjust the volume to
the level you want.
• The digital piano automatically adjusts sound output to
optimize for headphones (when headphones are
connected) or the built-in speakers (when headphones
are not connected).
Left Side
SP-3
PHONES jack
Commercially available
headphones
Mini plug
Connect commercially available headphones to the
PHONES jack. Connecting headphones to the
PHONES jack cuts off output to the speakers, which
means you can practice even late at night without
bothering others. To protect your hearing, make sure
that you do not set the volume level too high when
using headphones.
Connecting a Pedal
The back of the digital piano has two pedal jacks, one
for a damper pedal and one for a soft/sostenuto pedal.
To connect to the pedal jack
Depending on the type of operation you want the
pedal (SP-3) to perform, connect the pedal’s cable
either to the digital piano’s DAMPER PEDAL jack or
SOFT/SOSTENUTO PEDAL jack. If you want to use
both operations (jack) at the same time, you need to
purchase another optionally available pedal.
NOTE
• You can specify the type of operation that should be
performed by the pedal connected to the SOFT/
SOSTENUTO PEDAL jack. See “Other Settings” on
page E-32 for more information.
Pedal Functions
z Damper Pedal
Pressing the damper pedal while playing will cause
the notes you play to reverberate for a very long
time.
• Whenever a piano tone is selected, pressing this
pedal will activate the digital piano’s Acoustic
Resonance effect, which causes notes to resonate in
the same way as when the damper pedal on an
acoustic piano is pressed.
z Soft Pedal
Pressing this pedal suppresses notes played on the
keyboard after the pedal was pressed, and makes
them sound softer.
z Sostenuto Pedal
Only the notes that are played while this pedal are
depressed are sustained until the pedal is released.
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Connections
Pedal Connector
You can connect the optionally available 3-Pedal Unit
(SP-30) to the pedal connector on the bottom of the
digital piano. You can then use the pedals for
expression that is similar to that available on an
acoustic piano.
Bottom
Pedal connector
NOTE
• The SP-30 Pedal Unit supports half-pedal operation
(pressing the pedal part way), and you can adjust the
amount of the pedal effect applied when the pedal is
pressed part way. See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for
more information.
• The optional CS-65P or CS-66P stand is required in order
to use the SP-30 Pedal Unit.
Connecting Audio Equipment
or an Amplifier
You can connect audio equipment or a music amplifier
to the digital piano and then play through external
speakers for more powerful volume and better sound
quality.
IMPORTANT!
• The digital piano automatically adjusts sound output to
optimize for headphone output (when headphones are
connected) or built-in speaker output (when headphones
are not connected). This also will cause a change in the
output quality from the digital piano’s LINE OUT R and
L/MONO jacks.
• Whenever connecting something to the digital piano, first
use the VOLUME controller to set the volume to a low
level. After connecting, you can adjust the volume to the
level you want.
• Whenever you connect any device to the digital piano, be
sure to read the user documentation that comes with the
device.
Audio amplifier AUX IN jack, etc.
Pin plug
RIGHT
(Red)
LEFT
(White)
Standard jack
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
Standard plug
Guitar amplifier, keyboard amplifier, etc.
E-8
Tape recorder,
MIDI sound
source, etc.
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Connections
Playing Output from External Equipment
through the Piano’s Speakers 1
LINE IN R jack input sounds through the piano’s right
speaker, while LINE IN L/MONO jack input sounds
through the left speaker. Connecting to the LINE IN
L/MONO jack only causes the same output to be
produced from both speakers. It is up to you to
purchase connecting cables that are compatible with
the equipment you are connecting.
Connecting to Audio Equipment 2
Use commercially available cables to connect the
external audio equipment to the piano’s LINE OUT
jacks as shown in Figure 2. LINE OUT R jack output is
right channel sound, while LINE OUT L/MONO jack
output is left channel sound. It is up to you to purchase
connecting cables like the ones shown in the
illustration for connection of audio equipment.
Normally in this configuration you must set the audio
equipment’s input selector to the setting that specifies
the terminal (such as AUX IN) to which the piano is
connected. Use the piano’s VOLUME controller to
adjust the volume level.
Connecting to a Musical Instrument
Amplifier 3
Use commercially available cables to connect the
amplifier to the piano’s LINE OUT jacks as shown in
Figure 3. LINE OUT R jack output is right channel
sound, while LINE OUT L/MONO jack output is left
channel sound. Connecting to the LINE OUT
L/ MONO jack only outputs a mixture of both
channels. It is up to you to purchase connecting cable
like the one shown in the illustration for connection of
the amplifier. Use the piano’s VOLUME controller to
adjust the volume level.
Bundled and Optional Accessories
Use only accessories that are specified for use with this
digital piano. Use of unauthorized accessories creates
the risk of fire, electric shock, and personal injury.
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Selecting and Playing a Tone
START/STOP
MUSIC LIBRARY
METRO VOL
FUNCTION
METRONOME
Your digital piano has the following types of tones
built in.
Tone
Numbers
TONE
/YES
/NO
VOLUME
Number of
Tones
Tone Type
—
Refined Tone
11
001 to 061
Various
61
062 to 189
GM (General MIDI)
128
190 to 191
Drum Sets
2 sets
REVERB
CHORUS
EFFECT
SPLIT
VARIOUS/GM TONES
TONE/REGISTRATION
IMPORTANT!
• When you turn on the digital piano, it performs a startup
routine, during which the following messages appears on
the display.
(1)
: Please wait!
(2)
: System startup (Indicated by the “rotary” display
pattern shown here.)
To select a refined tone
1.
Press the POWER button to turn on the
digital piano.
(3)
: Complete! (Keyboard and pedal setup
complete.)
Left Side
(4)
: Keyboard and pedal operations are enabled,
but button operations are still not enabled yet.
(5)
POWER button
• It takes about six seconds to reach process (4) after you
press the POWER button.
• The amount of time required to perform process (2)
becomes longer and process (4) is skipped if you turn on
power while the digital piano’s setup memory is turned on
(page E-37).
2.
E-10
: System setup complete
• All functions are enabled.
Use the VOLUME controller to adjust the
volume level.
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Selecting and Playing a Tone
3.
Press one of the TONE buttons (not the
VARIOUS/GM TONES button) to select the
tone you want.
• The names of the refined tones are marked above the
TONE buttons.
• This will cause the lamp of the selected tone’s button
to light.
Example: GRAND PIANO (CLASSIC)
NOTE
• See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for information about
another method you can use to assign a tone to the
VARIOUS/GM TONES button.
• The tone you selected in step 3 will remain assigned to
the VARIOUS/GM TONES button until you turn off the
digital piano.
• If a drum set is assigned to the VARIOUS/GM TONES
button, keyboard keys sound drum sounds when you
press them while the lamp above the VARIOUS/GM
TONES button is lit. See page A-3 for information about
the drum sounds that are assigned to each of the
keyboard keys.
To adjust the brilliance of a
tone
To select a VARIOUS tone,
GM tone, or drum set
1.
Use the tone list on page A-1 to find the
VARIOUS tone, GM tone, or drum set
number you want.
1.
Press the FUNCTION button.
• This will cause the button’s lamp to flash.
2.
Press the EFFECT button.
• The EFFECT lamp will flash and the current
brilliance setting will appear on the display.
Example: 003 MODERN PIANO
2.
Press the VARIOUS/GM TONES button.
• The button’s lamp will light indicating that the tone
currently assigned to the button is lit. The tone’s
number will be displayed while the button is
depressed.
b: Brilliance
3.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to set the
brilliance level (–3 to 0 to 3).
Example: 001 LA PIANO
3.
You can change the tone currently assigned
to the VARIOUS/GM TONES button by
holding down the button as you use the T/NO
and S/YES buttons to select the tone you
want.
4.
To do this:
Press this button:
Make the tone softer
T
Make the tone sharper
S
Press the FUNCTION button again.
• This will cause the lamp below the button to go out.
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Selecting and Playing a Tone
Layering Two Tones
Use the following procedure to layer two tones, so they
sound at the same time. The tone you specify first is
called the “main tone”, while the tone you specify
second is called the “layered tone”.
1.
Splitting the Keyboard
between Two Tones
You can assign different tones to keys on the left side
(low range) and the right side (high range) of the
keyboard.
While holding down the TONE button of the
tone that corresponds to the main tone, press
the button that corresponds to the layered
tone.
Example: While holding down the GRAND PIANO
(CLASSIC) button, press the SYNTH-VOICE
button.
Split point
1.
Low range
High range
STRINGS
GRAND PIANO (CLASSIC)
Press the TONE button of the tone you want
to select for the high range.
Example: GRAND PIANO (CLASSIC)
2.
Press the SPLIT button.
• This will cause the SPLIT lamp to light.
3.
GRAND PIANO (CLASSIC)
Example: STRINGS
SYNTH-VOICE
NOTE
• If you use the VARIOUS/GM TONES button to assign
either of the above tones, the tone currently assigned to
the VARIOUS/GM TONES button will appear on the
display while the button is depressed. Note that a
different tone number appears depending on whether
you press the VARIOUS/GM TONES button first (to
assign it as the main tone) or second (to assign it as the
layered tone).
• While you are holding down the VARIOUS/GM
TONES button and its tone number is displayed, you
can change the currently assigned tone using the T/NO
and S/YES buttons.
2.
To unlayer the keyboard, press any one of
the TONE buttons.
NOTE
• You can adjust the balance between the main tone and
layered tone. See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for more
information.
• You cannot layer the keyboard while in the Duet Mode
or when recording to Track 2 on the digital piano.
E-12
Press the TONE button of the tone you want
to select for the low range.
4.
After you are finished using the split
keyboard, press the SPLIT button again to
unsplit it.
• This will cause the SPLIT lamp to go out.
NOTE
• You can configure the keyboard so it is layered with two
tones in the high range. To do this, first perform the layer
operation in the left side of this page. After that, split the
keyboard as described above.
• You cannot split the keyboard while in the Duet Mode or
when recording to Track 2 on the digital piano.
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Selecting and Playing a Tone
To specify the keyboard split point
1.
While holding down the SPLIT button, press
the keyboard key where you want the left limit
of the high range (right) tone to be.
Low range
Flashing
Split point
High range
To change the effect type
1.
2.
Turn on REVERB or CHORUS.
While holding down the effect button
(REVERB or CHORUS), use the T/NO and
S/YES buttons to change the effect type as
described below.
Reverb
High range leftmost key
• This will change the split point and display the name
of keyboard key that you pressed.
NOTE
• The split point also is the boundary between the
accompaniment keyboard range (pages E-18 to E-21) and
the melody keyboard range. Changing the location of the
split point also changes the sizes of the keyboards.
• See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for information about
another method you can use to change the split point.
• Reverb Settings
1: Room
2: Small Hall
3: Large Hall
4: Stadium
Chorus
Using Effects
Reverb . . . . . Makes your notes resonate.
Chorus . . . . Adds more breadth to your notes.
To turn effects on and off
1.
Use the REVERB and CHORUS buttons to
turn the effects on and off as shown below.
• The lamps above the buttons show whether the
effects are on or off.
• Chorus Settings
1: Light Chorus
2: Medium Chorus
3: Deep Chorus
4: Flanger (Whooshing effect)
NOTE
• While the keyboard is layered, the chorus on/off setting
affects the layered tone only. While the keyboard is split,
the chorus on/off setting affects the low range tone only.
Lit
On
On
Off
Off
Unlit
NOTE
• The chorus effect cannot be turned on while the digital
piano is in the Duet Mode.
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Selecting and Playing a Tone
Using the Metronome
1.
Press the METRONOME button.
• This will start the metronome.
• The two lamps above the START/STOP button will
flash along with the metronome beats.
Flashes on the first beat
of each measure.
To adjust the metronome volume
NOTE
• You can perform the following procedure at any time,
regardless of whether or not the metronome is sounding.
1.
• This will cause the lamp above the button to flash.
Flashes on
subsequent beats.
2.
2.
To change the beats per measure, hold down
the METRONOME button as you press the
T/NO or S/YES button.
• You can select a value in the range of 2 through 6.
A chime sounds as the first beat of each measure, and
the remaining beats sound as clicks. Specifying 0 as
the setting plays a straight click, without any chime.
This setting lets you practice with a steady beat.
3.
Press the FUNCTION button.
• This will cause the button’s lamp to flash.
4.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to adjust
the tempo in a range of 20 to 255 beats per
minute.
Slower
5.
Faster
Press the FUNCTION button again.
• This will cause the lamp above the button to go out.
6.
To stop the metronome, either press the
METRONOME button again or press the
START/STOP button.
NOTE
• See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for information about
another method you can use to configure the metronome
setting.
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Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the METRO VOL button.
• This will cause the lamp above the button to flash.
3.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to change
the metronome volume in the range of 0 to 42.
4.
Press the FUNCTION button again.
• This will cause the lamp above the button to go out.
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Selecting and Playing a Tone
Playing a Piano Duet
You can use the Duet Mode to split the piano’s
keyboard in the center so two people can play a duet.
The left and right side keyboards have virtually the
same range. If you have the optionally available SP-30
Pedal Unit installed, the left pedal operates as the left
side damper pedal, while the right pedal is the right
side damper pedal.
The Duet Mode is the perfect way to conduct lessons,
with the teacher playing on the left side as the student
plays the same song on the right side.
NOTE
• The SP-3 Pedal Unit does not support half-pedal
operation.
1.
Press the MUSIC LIBRARY button so the
MUSIC LIBRARY lamp (below the button) is
lit.
Keyboard
Split point
Left keyboard
C3
C4
C5
Right keyboard
C6
C3
(middle C)
C4
C5
C6
NOTE
• In place of step 1 above, you also could press the CARD
button so the lamp above the button is lit, and then
advance to step 2.
(middle C)
2.
Pedals
While holding down the SPLIT button, press
the TONE/REGISTRATION button.
• This will enter the Duet Mode, which causes “dUE”
(duet) to appear on the display.
z Using the Optional SP-30 Pedal Unit
Right side damper pedal
Left side damper pedal
Left and right side
damper pedal
NOTE
• Only the right-side damper pedal supports half-pedal
operation.
z Using the Optional SP-3 Pedal Unit
Either left side or right side
damper pedal, depending on
configuration*
3.
To exit the Duet Mode, press the SPLIT
button.
IMPORTANT!
• The following functions are all disabled in the Duet Mode.
• Auto Accompaniment (page E-18)
• Registration (page E-25)
• Recorder (page E-28)
* The following are the possible configurations for the
SP-3 Pedal Unit.
In this configuration:
The SP-3 Pedal Unit
performs this operation:
SP-3 connected to digital
Right side damper pedal
piano’s DAMPER PEDAL jack
SP-3 connected to digital
piano’s SOFT/SOSTENUTO
jack, which is configured for
SOFT (page E-7)
Left side damper pedal
SP-3 connected to digital
piano’s SOFT/SOSTENUTO
jack, which is configured for
SOSTENUTO (page E-7)
Left and right side damper
pedal
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Selecting and Playing a Tone
Changing the Octaves of the Keyboards
You can change the ranges of the left and right
keyboards in octave units from their initial default
settings. This comes in handy, for example, if the initial
default range is not enough when one person is
playing the left hand part and another person is
playing the right hand part.
1.
While holding down the SPLIT button and the
TONE/REGISTRATION button, press the
keyboard key of C that you want located at
C4 (middle C) of the left keyboard.
• This changes the octave of the keyboard and displays
the difference between the normal keyboard (when
you are not in the Duet Mode) and the current
setting.
Example: Press the keyboard key of the leftmost C will
assign the range shown below.
Left keyboard
C4
C5
C6
Right keyboard
C7
C3
C4
C5
C6
(Pressed key)
1 octave higher than initial
setting
2.
Unchanged
While holding down the SPLIT button and the
TONE/REGISTRATION button, press the
keyboard key of C that you want located at
C4 (middle C) of the right keyboard.
NOTE
• You can return the keyboards to their initial default
ranges by exiting and then re-entering the Duet Mode.
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Playing a Rhythm
RHYTHM
FUNCTION
/NO
START/STOP
/YES
SYNCHRO/FILL-IN
INTRO/ENDING
Selecting a Rhythm
You can select from among 70 built-in rhythms.
1.
Press the RHYTHM button so the lamp above
it is lit.
MODE
To adjust playback tempo
1.
Press the FUNCTION button.
• This will cause the button’s lamp to flash.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to change
the tempo in the range of 20 to 255.
3.
Press the FUNCTION button again.
• Each press of the button toggles between the lamps
above and below the button.
• This will cause the lamp above the button to go out.
• This will cause the currently selected rhythm number
to appear on the display.
2.
Find the rhythm number of the rhythm you
want to use in the Rhythm List on page A-4.
3.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to scroll
through the rhythm numbers until the one you
want is displayed.
4.
Press the START/STOP button.
• This will start the rhythm.
5.
Press the START/STOP button again to stop
the rhythm.
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Playing a Rhythm
Using Auto Accompaniment
With Auto Accompaniment, the digital piano
automatically plays rhythm, bass, and chord parts in
accordance with chords you select using simplified
keyboard fingerings, or chords you play. Auto
Accompaniment makes it feel like you have your own
private backup group with you all the time.
To play with Auto Accompaniment
PREPARATION
• Use the procedures under “Selecting a Rhythm” to select
the rhythm you want to use and adjust the tempo.
1.
• This will cause the button’s lamp to flash.
2.
3.
NOTE
• With the rhythms listed below, make sure that CASIO
CHORD, FINGERED, or FULL RANGE CHORD is
selected as the Auto Accompaniment mode before you
try playing chords. The percussion sounds will sound at
lower volume while no chord is fingered on the
keyboard.
60
PIANO ROCK’N’ROLL
62
ARPEGGIO 1
63
ARPEGGIO 2
64
ARPEGGIO 3
65
MARCH 2
66
MARCH 3
67
STRIDE PIANO
68
WALTZ 2
69
WALTZ 3
70
WALTZ 4
Press the MODE button.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to select
one of the Auto Accompaniment modes
shown below.
Display Message
Meaning
oFF
NORMAL
C.C.
CASIO CHORD
FnG
FINGERED
FUL
FULL RANGE CHORD
• Here we will select the CASIO CHORD mode.
• See “How to Play Chords” on page E-19 for details
about Auto Accompaniment modes and their chord
fingerings.
4.
Press the FUNCTION button again.
• This will cause the lamp above the button to go out.
5.
Press the SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button.
• This configures the digital piano so rhythm and
chord accompaniment will start automatically when
you press any keys within the accompaniment
keyboard range.
• This will cause the two lamps above the START/
STOP button to flash.
6.
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Press the FUNCTION button.
Press the INTRO/ENDING button.
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Playing a Rhythm
7.
Finger the first chord within the
accompaniment keyboard range.
• Playing a chord will cause the intro pattern for the
selected rhythm to play, followed by the
accompaniment rhythm and chord pattern.
8.
Finger other chords on the keyboard.
• See “How to Play Chords” on page E-19 for
information about how to finger chords within the
different Auto Accompaniment modes.
• The two lamps above the START/STOP button will
flash along with the beat.
Flashes on the first
beat of the measure.
Flashes on
subsequent beats.
NOTE
• You can insert a fill-in pattern while a rhythm pattern is
playing by pressing the SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button.
A fill-in helps to change the mood of the pattern.
9.
To stop accompaniment, press the INTRO/
ENDING button.
How to Play Chords
The way you finger chords depends on the current
Auto Accompaniment mode. If you want to play
without Auto Accompaniment, use the NORMAL
mode.
„ CASIO CHORD
Even if you do not know how to play chords normally,
this mode lets you play four different types of chords
using simplified fingerings in the accompaniment
keyboard range of the keyboard. The following shows
where the accompaniment keyboard range is located,
and explains how to finger chords in the CASIO
CHORD mode.
CASIO CHORD Mode Keyboard
Accompaniment
keyboard range
Melody keyboard range
• This will play an ending pattern for the selected
rhythm before stopping Auto Accompaniment play.
NOTE
• You can stop accompaniment play without an intro and
ending pattern by pressing the START/STOP button in
place of steps 6 or 9.
• See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for information about
adjusting accompaniment volume.
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Playing a Rhythm
IMPORTANT!
• In the CASIO CHORD mode, the keys in the
accompaniment keyboard range of the keyboard operate
as “chord switches” only. You cannot use the keys in this
keyboard range to play notes.
• You can use the split point to change the size of the
accompaniment keyboard range. See “To specify the
keyboard split point” on page E-13 for more information.
Chord Types
Example:
Major Chords
Pressing a single
accompaniment keyboard
range key in the CASIO
CHORD mode will play
the major chord whose
name is marked above the
key. All of the
accompaniment keyboard
range keys that are
marked with the same
chord name play exactly
the same chord.
C (C Major)
Minor Chords
To play a minor chord,
press the accompaniment
keyboard range key that
corresponds to the major
chord, while also pressing
one other accompaniment
keyboard range key to the
right.
Cm (C Minor)
Seventh Chords
To play a seventh chord,
press the accompaniment
keyboard range key that
corresponds to the major
chord, while also pressing
two other accompaniment
keyboard range keys to
the right.
C7 (C Seventh)
Minor Seventh Chords
To play a minor seventh
chord, press the
accompaniment keyboard
range key that
corresponds to the major
chord, while also pressing
three other
accompaniment keyboard
range keys to the right.
Cm7 (C Minor Seventh)
Note names J
In the FINGERED mode, you play standard chord
fingerings in the accompaniment keyboard range to
play chords. To finger a C chord, for example, you
would press the C-E-G keys.
FINGERED Mode Keyboard
Accompaniment
keyboard range
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
Melody keyboard range
IMPORTANT!
• In the FINGERED mode, the keys in the accompaniment
keyboard range of the keyboard operate as “chord
switches” only. You cannot use the keys in this keyboard
range to play notes.
• You can use the split point to change the size of the
accompaniment keyboard range. See “To specify the
keyboard split point” on page E-13 for more information.
C
Cm
Cdim
Caug *1
Csus4
C7 *2
Cm7 *2
CM7 *2
Cm7b5
C7b5 *1
C7sus4
Cadd9
Cm add9
CmM7 *2
Cdim7 *1
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
NOTE
• When playing a minor, seventh, or minor seventh chord,
it makes no different whether the additional keys you
press are black or white.
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„ FINGERED
NOTE
• See the “Fingered Chord Chart” on page A-6 for
information about fingering chords with other roots in
the accompaniment keyboard range.
*1 Inverted fingerings (see “Fingered Chord Notes” on
page E-21) are not supported for these chords. The
lowest note fingered is used as the root.
*2 For these chords, the same chord is specified even if
the G fifth is not fingered.
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Playing a Rhythm
Fingered Chord Notes
• Except for the chords whose names have *1 after
them in the above examples, you also can use
inverted fingerings. This means that fingering either
E-G-C or G-C-E will produces a C chord.
• Except for the chords whose names have *2 after
them in the above examples, you need to press all of
the indicated keys in order to finger a chord. Failure
to include even a single note may produce a chord
that is different from the one you want.
„ FULL RANGE CHORD
The FULL RANGE CHORD mode lets you play a total
of 38 different types of chords (the same chords
available in the FINGERED mode plus 23 more). FULL
RANGE CHORD recognizes the pressing of three or
more keyboard keys anywhere on the keyboard as a
chord fingering. Anything else (pressing one or two
keys, or playing any group of notes that does not form
a chord fingering that is recognized by the keyboard) is
treated as melody notes.
FULL RANGE CHORD Mode Keyboard
Accompaniment Keyboard/Melody Keyboard
z Recognized Chords
Type
Chord Types
FINGERED
Mode Chords
15 (See “FINGERED” on page E-20.)
23
For example, the following are chords
that have C as the bass note.
Other Chords
C6, Cm6, C69
Db D E F G Ab Bb
C, C, C, C, C, C, C,
B Dbm Dm Fm Gm Am Bbm
C, C, C, C, C, C, C,
Ddim Ab7 F7 Fm7 Gm7 Abadd9
C, C, C, C, C, C
Example: C Major or C chord
E
1
E
E G
C
G
C
2
1 ....
2 ....
Chord C
Chord C
E
NOTE
• When there are at least six semitones between the lowest
note and the next note to the right, the lowest note is
assumed to be the bass note.
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Playing Back Built-in Songs
FF
MUSIC LIBRARY
TRACK/PART
REW
/YES
PLAY/STOP
/NO
IMPORTANT!
• After you select a built-in song, it can take a number of
seconds for the song data to be loaded. While the data is
being loaded, the song number will flash on the display,
and the keyboard keys and button operations will be
disabled. Selecting a song while playing something on
the keyboard will cause sound output of the keyboard
notes to stop.
1.
• This will start playback of the 71 built-in songs in
sequence, from t.01 through L.60.
• You can play along with a song on the keyboard
during all-song playback. The tone assigned to the
keyboard is the one that is preset for the song that is
playing.
• You can use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to skip
sequentially between songs during all-song playback.
• If you press a TONE button, playback will jump to
the demo song that uses that tone. If you press the
MUSIC LIBRARY button during all-song playback,
playback will jump to Music Library song L.01.
Playing Back All of the Built-in
Songs
Your digital piano has a total of 71 built-in songs. You
can use the procedure below to play back all of the
songs, one after the other.
Type
Refined Tone
Demo Tune
Music Library
Song
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Number of
Songs
Indication
11
The TONE button of the
refined tone being used
flashes, and the demo song
number is displayed.
60
The Music Library lamp
flashes and the song
number is displayed.
While holding down the MUSIC LIBRARY
button, press the PLAY/STOP button.
2.
Press the PLAY/STOP button to stop all-song
playback.
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Playing Back Built-in Songs
Playing Back a Specific Music
Library Song
The Music Library includes both built-in songs (01 to
60), plus up to 10 songs (61 to 70) that have been saved
to digital piano memory from a computer* or SD
memory card (page E-41). You can use the procedure
below to select one of these songs and play it back.
* You can download music data from the Internet and
then transfer it from your computer to digital piano
memory. See “Expanding the Selections in the Music
Library” on page E-40 for more information.
1.
5.
Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop
playback.
• Playback will stop automatically when the end of the
song is reached.
NOTE
• You can change tempo, volume, and pre-count settings
for playback. See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for more
information.
To skip back through a song
1.
Press the MUSIC LIBRARY button so the
lamp below the button is lit.
While playback is in progress, hold down the
REW button.
• This skips back through the song measure-bymeasure.
• The measure number appears on the display while
you are skipping back.
Measure number
• Each press of the button toggles between the upper
lamp and lower lamp.
• This will cause the currently selected song number to
appear on the display.
2.
When you reach the point you want, release
the REW button to resume playback.
NOTE
• Depending on what is being played when you press the
REW button, the skip back operation may not start right
away when you press.
2.
Find the song number of the song you want to
play in the Song Llist on page A-5.
3.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to select
a song.
4.
Press the PLAY/STOP button.
• This starts the playback of the song.
• The measure number appears on the display during
playback.
Measure number
• To view the song number during playback, hold
down the MUSIC LIBRARY button.
• While playback is in progress, you can press the
T/NO and S/YES button to change to another song.
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Playing Back Built-in Songs
To skip forward through a song
1.
While playback is in progress, hold down the
FF button.
• This skips forward through the song measure-bymeasure.
• The measure number appears on the display while
you are skipping forward.
Measure number
2.
When you reach the point you want, release
the FF button to resume playback.
Practicing with a Music
Library Song
You can turn off the left hand part or right hand part of
a Music Library song and play along on the digital
piano.
NOTE
• The Music Library includes duet tunes (song numbers
12, 37, and 45). While a duet is selected, you can turn off
the first piano (Primo) or second piano (Secondo) tone
and play along with the song.
• A number of tunes have tempo changes part way
through in order to produce specific musical effects.
PREPARATION
• Select the Music Library song you want to practice and
adjust the tempo.
1.
Use the TRACK/PART button to turn off a
part.
• Each press of the TRACK/PART button cycles
through the part settings as shown below. The lamps
above the button show which part is turned off.
Left
hand
Right
hand
Both parts on
2.
Right hand
part off
Left hand
part off
Press the PLAY/STOP button.
• This starts playback, without the part you turned off
in step 1.
3.
4.
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Play the missing part on the keyboard.
Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop
playback.
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Saving Digital Piano Setups (Registration Memory)
Area buttons (1 through 12)
/YES
/NO
STORE
You can save up to 96 digital piano setups in
registration memory, including tone, rhythm, and
tempo settings, for quick and easy recall whenever you
need them.
Registration Areas and Banks
Each setup is stored in an “area”. There are a total of 96
areas, which are grouped into eight “banks”.
Bank number
TONE/REGISTRATION
Registration Data Contents
• Tone (page E-10)
• Brilliance (page E-11)
• Layer/Split (page E-12)
• Reverb/chorus (page E-13)
• Rhythm* (page E-17)
• Tempo* (page E-17)
• Mode* (page E-18)
• SYNCHRO button on/off* (page E-18)
• Accompaniment volume* (page E-35)
• Keyboard key (page E-35)
• Pedal settings (page E-36)
* These five settings can be recalled only when the
RHYTHM lamp (page E-17) is lit and the registration
filter is turned off (page E-36).
Area buttons (1 through 12)
Bank 1 (bn.1)
1-1
1-2
1-3
—
1-11
1-12
Bank 2 (bn.2)
2-1
2-2
2-3
—
2-11
2-12
Bank 3 (bn.3)
3-1
3-2
3-3
—
3-11
3-12
Bank 4 (bn.4)
4-1
4-2
4-3
—
4-11
4-12
Bank 5 (bn.5)
5-1
5-2
5-3
—
5-11
5-12
Bank 6 (bn.6)
6-1
6-2
6-3
—
6-11
6-12
Bank 7 (bn.7)
7-1
7-2
7-3
—
7-11
7-12
Bank 8 (bn.8)
8-1
8-2
8-3
—
8-11
8-12
Example of area data:
Area 5-1
Tone: Strings
Rhythm number: 32
Tempo: 200
:
Area 3-3
Tone: Jazz Organ
Rhythm number: 40
Tempo: 110
:
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Saving Digital Piano Setups (Registration Memory)
Registration Data Storage Notes
• Registration data is stored even when the digital
piano is turned off.
• Storing new data in an area replaces any data that is
currently in the same area.
• The digital piano is shipped from the factory with
registration data stored in each area. You can restore
this original data by performing the procedure
under “Returning the Digital Piano to Its Factory
Default Settings” on page E-5.
• You can save registration data to an SD memory
card, if you want. See “Using an SD Memory Card”
on page E-41 for more information.
IMPORTANT!
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. takes no responsibility
for any damages, lost profits, or claims by third parties
arising from the loss of deleted recorded data due to
malfunction, repair, or for any other reason.
To store a setup in registration
memory
1.
On the digital piano, configure the tone,
rhythm, and other settings you want to save
as your setup.
• See “Registration Data Contents” (page E-25) for
more information.
NOTE
• If you use the FUNCTION button to configure a setting,
make sure that the FUNCTION button lamp is unlit
before you advance to step 2. If the lamp is lit, press the
FUNCTION button so it goes out.
2.
While holding down the STORE button, use
the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display the
number of the bank where you want to store
the registration data.
• This will display the bank number and then display
the screen for specifying the area number.
Example: Bank 1 selected
3.
While holding down the STORE button, press
one of the area buttons (1 through 12), to
select the area where you want to save the
registration data.
• The lamp of the applicable area button will light after
registration is complete. Also, the message “CPL”
(complete) will appear on the display.
Example: After data has been saved to area 1-2
4.
Release the STORE button.
NOTE
• Registration data cannot be stored when any one of the
following conditions exists. Eliminate the problem
condition and perform the procedure from step 2.
• The digital piano is in the Duet Mode.
• Song, rhythm, or metronome is playing.
• Two RECORDER button lamps are lit or flashing.
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Saving Digital Piano Setups (Registration Memory)
To recall a setup from
registration memory
1.
Press the TONE/REGISTRATION button so
the registration lamp is lit.
• This will cause the currently selected bank number to
appear on the display.
• Each press of the button toggles between the upper
lamp and lower lamp.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the number of the bank that contains the area
you want to recall.
3.
Press the area button (1 through 12) for the
area whose registration data you want to
recall.
• The lamp of the applicable area button will light after
recall is complete.
Example: After data has been recalled from area 3-1
NOTE
• Registration data cannot be recalled when any one of the
following conditions exists. Eliminate the problem
condition and perform the procedure from step 1.
• The digital piano is in the Duet Mode.
• RECORDER button PLAY lamp is flashing.
• To check the current selected song or rhythm number
while a bank number is on the display, press the
RHYTHM, MUSIC LIBRARY button or CARD button.
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Recording and Play Back
START/STOP
TRACK/PART
RECORDER
/YES
/NO
INTRO/ENDING
You can store the notes you play in digital piano
memory for later playback. You can have up to five
songs in memory at one time.
Songs and Tracks
A track is a container of recorded data, and each song
consists of two tracks: Track 1 and Track 2. You can
record each track separately and then combine them so
they play back together as a single song.
Track 1
Auto Accompaniment
(rhythm, bass, chords),
melody
Record
While playing
back. . .
Song
Track 2
Melody
Record
Memory Capacity
• Digital piano memory can hold about 50,000 notes
total, for five songs. Each song can contain up to
about 10,000 notes.
• When remaining memory capacity is 100 notes or
less, the track lamp flashes at high speed to alert
you.
• Recording will stop automatically and the REC lamp
will go out if the number of notes in memory
exceeds the maximum.
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Recorded Data
• Keyboard play
• Tone used
• Pedal operations
• Reverb and chorus settings*
• Tempo setting*
• Layer and split settings*
• Rhythm Patterns*
• Chord fingering*
• Intro, fill-in, ending operations*
* Track 1 only
Recorded Data Storage
• Starting a new recording deletes any data that was
previously recorded in memory.
• Should power fail during recording, all of the data in
the track you are recording will be deleted.
• You can save memory data to external media, if you
want. See “Using an SD Memory Card” on page E-41
for more information.
IMPORTANT!
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. takes no responsibility
for any damages, lost profits, or claims by third parties
arising from the deletion of recorded data due to
malfunction, repair, or for any other reason.
• After you select a song, it can take a number of seconds
for the song data to be loaded. While the data is being
loaded, the song number will flash on the display, and
keyboard key and button operations will be disabled.
Selecting a song while playing something on the
keyboard will cause sound output of the keyboard notes
to stop.
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4.
Using the RECORDER Button
Each press of the RECORDER button cycles through
the recording options in the sequence shown below.
Playback
Standby
Record
Standby
Use the TRACK/PART button to select the
track to which you want to record.
• Make sure that the lamp for the record track is
flashing.
Track 1: 1/L lamp
Track 2: 2/R lamp
Normal
NOTE
• If you want to record with rhythm or Auto
Accompaniment, select Track 1 (1/L lamp flashing).
Lit
Flashing
Off
5.
Recording Your Keyboard Play
• Tone (page E-10)
After recording to either of the tracks of a song, you can
record to the other track while listening to playback
what you recorded in the first track.
To record to a specific track of a specific
song
1.
Press the RECORDER button so the PLAY
lamp is lit.
Select the tone and effects you want to use in
your recording, and set the tempo you want.
If you are recording to Track 1, you also can
select a rhythm and accompaniment mode.
Track 1 only
• Reverb and chorus (page E-13)
• Tempo (page E-17)
• Rhythm (page E-17)
• Mode (page E-18)
NOTE
• If you want the metronome to sound while you are
recording, configure the beats per measure and tempo
settings, and then press the METRONOME button. See
“Using the Metronome” on page E-14 for more
information.
6.
Start playing something on the keyboard.
• Recording will start automatically.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
a song number (1 to 5).
3.
Press the RECORDER button so the REC
lamp is flashing.
NOTE
• When recording to Track 1 with rhythm or Auto
Accompaniment:
Press the START/STOP button to start recording. You
also can start recording by pressing the SYNCHRO/
FILL-IN button and/or the INTRO/ENDING button,
and then play a chord.
• When recording to Track 1 without rhythm or Auto
Accompaniment:
Recording will start as soon as you play anything on the
keyboard.
• At this time the 1/L lamp also will flash to indicate
that the digital piano is standing by for recording to
Track 1.
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7.
When you are finished, press the START/
STOP button to stop recording.
• To stop recording with a rhythm/Auto
Accompaniment ending pattern, press the INTRO/
ENDING button.
• Stopping recording will cause the REC lamp to go out
and the PLAY lamp to light.
• To play back the track you just recorded, press the
START/STOP button again.
8.
To record to one track of a song while
listening to the playback of the other
track
1.
Press the RECORDER button so the PLAY
lamp is lit.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
a song number (1 to 5).
After you are finished recording or playing
back, press the RECORDER button so the
PLAY lamp and REC lamp are off.
This indicator appears when the track contains recorded
data already.
3.
Press the RECORDER button so the REC
lamp is flashing.
• This will cause the 1/L lamp to flash.
4.
Use the TRACK/PART button to select the
track to which you want to record.
• Make sure that the lamp for the record track is
flashing.
Example: To listen to playback of Track 1 as you record
to Track 2
Lit: Playback standby
Flashing: Record standby
5.
Select the tone and effects you want to use
for your recording.
6.
Press the START/STOP button or play
something on the keyboard to start
simultaneous playback from Track 1 and
recording to Track 2.
• This will start both playback of the recorded track
and recording to the other track.
7.
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When you are finished, press the START/
STOP button again to stop recording.
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To play back from digital piano
memory
1.
2.
Press the RECORDER button so the PLAY
lamp is lit.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
a song number (1 to 5).
NOTE
• When a song has something recorded in both tracks, you
can turn off one track and play back just the other track,
if you want. Whether a track is on or off is indicated by
the lamps above the TRACK/PART button. Each press of
the TRACK/PART button cycles through the different
possible track on/off settings.
3.
To delete a specific track
IMPORTANT!
• The procedure below deletes all of the data of the
selected song. Note that the delete operation cannot be
undone. Check to make sure you really do not need the
data before you perform the following steps.
1.
Press the RECORDER button so the PLAY
lamp is lit.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
a song number (1 to 5).
3.
Press the RECORDER button so the REC
lamp is flashing.
4.
Use the TRACK/PART button to select the
track you want to delete.
• This will cause the lamp of the selected track to flash.
Press the START/STOP button.
• This starts playback of the song and/or track you
selected.
5.
Hold down the RECORDER button until “dEL”
(delete) appears on the display.
6.
Press the S/YES button.
NOTE
• You can change the tempo setting as a track is playing.
• You cannot change the tone setting during playback.
• Press the START/STOP button again to stop playback.
• This will delete the selected track and enter record
standby.
• To cancel the operation, press the T/NO button in
place of the S/YES button.
NOTE
• All digital piano operations except for the RECORDER
button and the T/NO and S/YES buttons are disabled
from step 5 until the delete operation is executed in step 6
of the above procedure.
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Other Settings
TRANSPOSE
FUNCTION
EFFECT
/YES
OTHERS
/NO
This section explains how to configure key, touch,
pedal, MIDI, and other settings.
• The basic procedure below is used for configuring
all settings. The only difference is the button that
you press to select a parameter.
• See the “Secondary Parameter Reference” on page
E-34 for details about the settings you can configure
using this procedure.
To configure other settings
1.
Use the “Secondary Parameter Reference”
on page E-34 to find the parameter whose
setting you want to configure, and note the
applicable parameter button name.
Example: To change key, you would need to use the
TRANSPOSE button.
2.
Press the FUNCTION button.
• This will cause the button’s lamp to flash.
3.
Press the button you looked up in step 1.
• The button’s lamp will flash and the current setting of
the parameter you are configuring will appear on the
display.
Example: TRANSPOSE button
• If the button has multiple parameters assigned to it,
keep pressing the button to cycle through the
parameters until the parameter you want to configure
is displayed. See “Multiple Parameter Buttons”
below for more information.
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MIDI
4.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to change
the setting of the displayed parameter.
Example: Lower the transpose setting by one semitone
by changing the displayed value to –01.
5.
Press the FUNCTION button to complete the
procedure.
• This will cause the button’s lamp to go out.
NOTE
• Holding down the T/NO and S/YES button will scroll
continually through the available settings.
• To return the displayed setting to its initial default value,
press the T/NO and S/YES buttons at the same time.
Multiple Parameter Buttons
The EFFECT, MIDI, and OTHERS buttons have more
than one parameter assigned to them. Use the
procedures below to select the parameter whose setting
you want to change.
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Other Settings
To change the setting of one of the
EFFECT button parameters
Press the EFFECT button in step 3 of the “To configure
other settings” procedure to toggle between the two
parameters shown below.
To change the setting of one of the
OTHERS button parameters
Press the OTHERS button in step 3 of the “To
configure other settings” procedure to cycle between
the parameters shown below.
Brilliance parameter
(“b” stands for “brilliance”.)
Pre-count setting
(“P” stands for “pre-count”.)
Acoustic Resonance parameter
(“A” stands for “acoustic”.)
Soft/Sostenuto pedal jack setting
(“J” stands for “jack”.)
To change the setting of one of the MIDI
button parameters
Press the MIDI button in step 3 of the “To configure
other settings” procedure to cycle between the
parameters shown below.
Send Channel setting
(“C” stands for “channel”.)
Accomp MIDI Out setting
(“o” stands for “out”.)
Damper pedal adjustment
(half-damper) setting
(“H” stands for “half”.)
Registration Filter setting
(“F” stands for “filter”.)
Setup Memory setting
(“S” stands for “setup”.)
Operation Lock setting
(“L” stands for “lock”.)
MIDI In Chord Judge setting
(“J” stands for “judge”.)
Local Control setting
(“L” stands for “local”.)
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Other Settings
Secondary Parameter Reference
„ Tones
Setting
Parameter Name
VARIOUS/GM
TONES button
assignment
TONE SEL
Settings
Description
See “Tone List” on page Assigns one of the digital piano’s Various tone, GM
A-1.
tone, or Drum set to the VARIOUS/GM TONES
button.
Tone layering volume LAYER BAL
balance
–24 to 0 to 24
Specifies the volume balance between the main and
layered tones. A lower value reduces the volume level
of the layered tone.
NOTE
• The tone layering volume balance can not be
changed in the Duet Mode.
Split point
SPLIT POINT
A0 to C8*
See page E-12.
Reverb type
REV TYPE
1 to 4
See page E-13.
Chorus type
CHOR TYPE
1 to 4
See page E-13.
Brilliance level
EFFECT
b.–3 to b.0 to b.3
See page E-11.
Acoustic Resonance
EFFECT
A.oF: Off
A.on: On
When the damper pedal is pressed, acoustic resonance
reproduces the harmonic resonance similar to that of a
grand piano. This parameter turns acoustic resonance
on or off. When configuring the setting of this
parameter, use the procedure under “To change the
setting of one of the EFFECT button parameters” on
page E-33.
NOTE
• Whether or not this effect can be applied depends
on the tone. For details, see “Tone List” on page
A-1.
* Split Point Key Name Display
Display
Settings
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
I
F3
i
B5
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Other Settings
„ Song, Rhythm, and Metronome
Setting
Parameter Name
Settings
Description
Tempo
TEMPO
20 to 255
Specifies the tempo of Music Library songs, the
metronome, Auto Accompaniment playback, recording
and playback, etc.
Metronome beats per
measure
BEAT
0, 2 to 6
Specifies the metronome beat. (page E-14)
Metronome volume
METRO VOL
0 to 42
Specifies the metronome volume. (page E-14)
Song, Auto
Accompaniment
volume
SONG/ACCOMP
VOL
0 to 42
Specifies the volume of rhythm and chord
accompaniment and built-in songs, independent of
overall volume control.
Pre-count
OTHERS
P.oF: Off
P.on: On
Turns the pre-count before playback of a Music Library
song on or off. When configuring the setting of this
parameter, use the procedure under “To change the
setting of one of the OTHERS button parameters” on
page E-33.
NOTE
• When playing a song from the user area or from an
SD memory card, the pre-count may not sound,
even though the pre-count setting is turned on.
Auto Accompaniment MODE
mode
oFF : NORMAL
C.C. : CASIO CHORD
FnG : FINGERED
FUL : FULL RANGE
CHORD
Specifies the Auto Accompaniment mode.
„ Keyboard
Setting
Parameter Name
Settings
Description
Keyboard touch
response
TOUCH RES
oFF : Off
Specifies the relative touch of the keyboard keys.
1 : Strong sound is
produced even
when relatively
light pressure is
applied.
2 : Normal
3 : Normal sound is
produced even
when relatively
strong pressure is
applied.
Keyboard Key
TRANSPOSE
–12 to 0 to 12
Raises or lowers the tuning of the digital piano in
semitone steps.
NOTE
• Using TRANSPOSE to raise the key of the digital
piano can cause notes at the highest range of a tone
to become distorted.
• The transpose setting cannot be configured while
Music Library playback is in progress and in the
Duet Mode.
Keyboard tuning
TUNE
–99 to 0 to 99
Raises or lowers the overall pitch of the digital piano to
match another instrument. The setting range is plus or
minus 99 cents (100 cents = 1 semitone) from the
standard pitch of A4 = 440.0Hz.
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Other Settings
„ Pedals
Setting
Parameter Name
Settings
Description
Soft/Sostenuto pedal
jack setting
OTHERS
J.SF: Soft
J.SS: Sostenuto
Soft pedal is the initial power on default setting for a
pedal connected to the digital piano’s SOFT/
SOSTENUTO PEDAL jack. This parameter can be used
to change the pedal to a sostenuto pedal. When
configuring the setting of this parameter, use the
procedure under “To change the setting of one of the
OTHERS button parameters” on page E-33.
Damper pedal
adjustment
(half-damper)
OTHERS
H.00 to H.42
„ With optional SP-30 only
Adjusts the pedal effect applied when the damper pedal
is half-pressed as a value from 0 (no effect) to 42 (same a
full press). When configuring the setting of this
parameter, use the procedure under “To change the
setting of one of the OTHERS button parameters” on
page E-33.
„ MIDI and Other Settings
Setting
Parameter Name
Settings
Description
Send channel
MIDI
C.01 to C.16
Specifies one of the MIDI channels (1 through 16) as the
Send Channel, which is used for sending MIDI
messages to an external device. When configuring the
setting of this parameter, use the procedure under “To
change the setting of one of the MIDI button
parameters” on page E-33.
Accomp MIDI out
MIDI
o.oF: Off
o.on: On
Specifies whether or not MIDI messages should be sent
in accordance with the digital piano’s Auto
Accompaniment and recording function playback.
When configuring the setting of this parameter, use the
procedure under “To change the setting of one of the
MIDI button parameters” on page E-33.
MIDI In Chord judge
MIDI
J.oF: Off
J.on: On
Specifies whether chord judge should be performed on
accompaniment range MIDI Note On messages
received from an external device. When configuring the
setting of this parameter, use the procedure under “To
change the setting of one of the MIDI button
parameters” on page E-33.
Local control
MIDI
L.oF: Off
L.on: On
When Local Control is turned on, pressing the
keyboard’s keys plays the notes using the currently
selected built-in tone, and also sends the applicable
MIDI messages out the MIDI OUT port. Turning off
Local Control cuts off the digital piano’s sound source,
so no sound is produced by the digital piano when keys
are pressed. This capability comes in handy when you
want to turn off the digital piano’s keyboard and play
on an external sequencer or other device.
When configuring the setting of this parameter, use the
procedure under “To change the setting of one of the
MIDI button parameters” on page E-33.
Registration Filter
OTHERS
F.oF: Off
F.on: On
When Registration Filter is turned on, the rhythm and
Auto Accompaniment related settings are not recalled
when recalling registration data. For details about the
settings that are not recalled, see “Registration Data
Contents” on page E-25.
When configuring the setting of this parameter, use the
procedure under “To change the setting of one of the
OTHERS button parameters” on page E-33.
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Other Settings
Setting
Setup Memory
Parameter Name
OTHERS
Settings
S.oF: Off
S.on: On
Description
When “On” is selected for this setting, the digital piano
will remember its current settings*, and restore them
when it is turned on again.
When “Off” is selected, settings are reset to their initial
defaults whenever the digital piano is turned on.
When configuring the setting of this parameter, use the
procedure under “To change the setting of one of the
OTHERS button parameters” on page E-33.
NOTE
• To clear current setup memory contents, turn the
Setup Memory setting off and then back on again.
• The setup memory setting cannot be changed while
Music Library playback is in progress, while a
rhythm or the metronome is sounding, in the Duet
Mode, and during recording.
Operation Lock
OTHERS
L.oF: Off
L.on: On
Selecting “On” for this setting locks the digital piano’s
buttons (except for the POWER button and the buttons
required for unlock), so no operation can be performed.
Turn on operation lock when you want to protect
against unintentional button operations.
When configuring the setting of this parameter, use the
procedure under “To change the setting of one of the
OTHERS button parameters” on page E-33.
NOTE
• The operation lock setting cannot be changed while
Music Library playback is in progress, while a
rhythm or the metronome is sounding, and during
recording.
* Setup Memory Data Contents
Tone selection, layer/split on/off, reverb/chorus on/off, rhythm number, SD memory card playback selection,
settings on pages E-34 through E-37 (except VARIOUS/GM TONES button assignment, Accomp MIDI out,
MIDI In Chord judge, Local control, Operation Lock), RHYTHM/MUSIC LIBRARY button setting,
TONE/REGISTRATION button setting, CARD button setting.
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Connecting to a Computer
Connecting to the MIDI
Terminal
Connecting to the USB Port
What is MIDI?
MIDI is a standard for digital signals and connectors
that allows musical instruments, computers, and other
devices, regardless of manufacturer, to exchange data
with each other.
NOTE
• For details about MIDI implementation, visit:
http://world.casio.com/
MIDI Connections
Connecting your computer or other external MIDI
device to the digital piano’s MIDI OUT/IN terminals
makes it possible for them to exchange MIDI messages.
You also can playback notes you play on the digital
piano on the connected device.
The digital piano’s USB port makes it quick and simple
to connect to a computer.
You can install a USB MIDI driver from the CD-ROM
that comes bundled with the digital piano onto a
computer equipped with a USB port. After that, you
can connect the digital piano to your computer and run
commercially available MIDI software on your
computer to exchange MIDI data with the digital
piano. You also can use the USB connection to transfer
files you downloaded from the CASIO MUSIC SITE
from your computer to the digital piano.
You will need a commercially available USB cable to
connect a computer to the digital piano’s USB port.
To connect to a computer using the USB
port
1.
MIDI Cable
Left Side
MIDI OUT
On the computer to which you plan to
connect, install the USB MIDI driver from the
CD-ROM that comes bundled with the digital
piano.
MIDI IN
NOTE
• Before installing the USB MIDI driver, be sure to read the
contents of the “readme.txt” file in the “English” folder
on the bundled CD-ROM.
• For details about how to install the USB MIDI driver, see
the “CASIO USB MIDI Driver User’s Guide”
(manual_e.pdf) that also is on the bundled CD-ROM.
MIDI Settings
You can use the procedure in “Other Settings” (page
E-32) to configure MIDI settings. See page E-34 for a
description of the settings and information about how
to configure them.
2.
Use a commercially available USB cable (A-B
type) to connect the digital piano to the
computer.
IMPORTANT!
• Make sure that the digital piano is turned off before
connecting or disconnecting the USB cable.
Computer
USB port
USB cable
(A-B type)
USB connector
Digital piano USB port
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• You need to have Adobe Reader or Acrobat Reader
installed on your computer in order to view the contents
of the “CASIO USB MIDI Driver User’s Guide”
(manual_e.pdf). If your computer does not have Adobe
Reader or Acrobat Reader installed already, use the
procedure below to install it.
To install Adobe Reader (Acrobat Reader)
1.
Place the CD-ROM that comes with the
digital piano into your computer’s CD-ROM
drive.
2.
On the CD-ROM, navigate to the “Adobe”/
“English” folder and double-click
“ar601enu.exe” (or “ar505enu.exe”). Follow
the instructions that appear on your computer
screen to install the driver.
IMPORTANT!
• Adobe Reader cannot be installed using the
“ar601enu.exe” file on a computer running Windows 98.
If your computer is running Windows 98, click
“ar505enu.exe” to install Acrobat Reader.
Minimum Computer System Requirements for
the USB MIDI Driver
z Universal
• Operating System
Windows VistaTM (32-bit), Windows® XP
Professional (32-bit), Windows® XP Home Edition,
Windows® 2000 Professional, Windows® Me,
Windows® 98SE, Windows® 98
• IBM AT or compatible computer
• USB port that provides normal operation under
Windows
• CD-ROM drive (for installation)
• At least 2MB of free hard disk space (not including
space required for Acrobat Reader)
z Windows Vista, Windows XP
• Pentium 300MHz or higher
• 128MB minimum memory
z Windows 2000
• Pentium 166MHz or higher
• 64MB minimum memory
Attention Windows Vista users!
• If your computer is running Windows Vista, the
MIDI device selection screen of the MIDI application
software you are using may show a MIDI OUT
device name in the menu of MIDI IN items, or a
MIDI IN device name in the menu of MIDI OUT
items. Note that selecting the wrong type of item for
MIDI IN or MIDI OUT will result in a setup error. If
a setup error occurs, reconfigure the MIDI device
settings, taking care to select the proper items for
MIDI IN and MIDI OUT. For details about
configuring settings, see the user documentation
that comes with your MIDI application software.
USB Mode and MIDI Mode
Your digital piano has two data communication
modes: a USB mode and a MIDI mode.
The digital piano will enter the USB mode
automatically whenever a connection is established
between it and the USB driver running on a connected
computer. If there is no computer connected to the USB
port, the digital piano will enter the MIDI mode.
z USB Mode
USB enabled
The above message appears for about three seconds
after a USB connection is established. For details about
using the MIDI device functions in the USB mode, see
the “CASIO USB MIDI Driver User’s Guide”
(manual_e.pdf) on the bundled CD-ROM.
z MIDI Mode
USB disabled
The above message appears for about three seconds
after a USB connection terminated. The MIDI mode is
used when sending and receiving data over the digital
piano’s MIDI terminals.
z Windows Me, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
• Pentium 166MHz or higher
• 32MB minimum memory
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Expanding the Selections in
the Music Library
You can store up to 10 songs you have downloaded
with your computer as songs 61 through 70 of the
Music Library and practice along with them as they
play, just as you do with the built-in songs.
You also can use the CASIO SMF conversion software
(SMF Converter) to convert SMF data files you have
purchased or created, and transfer them to the digital
piano’s Music Library.
SMF Format Data Files
Ð
CASIO SMF conversion software
Ð
Music Library (Songs 61 to 70)
NOTE
• You will not be able to transfer data from a computer to
the digital piano during playback or recording of song
data, during a data save or recall operation, etc. Wait
until the current operation is complete before
transferring data.
To install the SMF conversion software
(SMF Converter)
1.
Place the CD-ROM that comes with the
digital piano into the CD-ROM drive of a
computer that is equipped with a USB port.
2.
Navigate to the CD-ROM and then doubleclick the “SMFConv-e.exe” file. Next, follow
the instructions that appear on your computer
screen to install the software.
• Before installing SMF Converter, be sure to read the
contents of the “smfreadme.txt” file. A version of this
file is provided in each language folder on the CDROM.
For information about using SMF Converter, doubleclick [index.html] in the [help] folder, which was
created when you installed SMF Converter. You also
can access user documentation from the Windows
[Start] menu by clicking [Programs] – [CASIO] – [SMF
Converter] – [manual].
A browser that supports frames (like Internet Explorer
4 or Netscape Navigator 4.04 or higher) is required to
view the SMF Converter manual.
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Minimum Computer System Requirements for
SMF Converter
z Operating System
Windows VistaTM (32-bit), Windows® XP
Professional (32-bit), Windows® XP Home Edition,
Windows® Me, Windows® 98SE
z Storage
At least 10 MB of available disk space
z USB Interface
You also can download the SMF conversion software
from the CASIO Website.
CASIO MUSIC SITE
http://music.casio.com/
In addition to the software itself, the CASIO MUSIC
SITE also will provide you with information about its
installation and use. You also can find out the latest
news about your digital piano and other CASIO
musical instruments, and much more.
NOTE
• Your digital piano supports SMF Format 0 and Format 1.
IMPORTANT!
• If your computer is running Windows Vista, note the
precautions under “Attention Windows Vista users!” on
page E-39. If a setup error occurs, perform the following
steps to reconfigure settings.
(1) Restart SMF Converter.
(2) Open any file and display the “Selection” screen.
(3) Click “Setup(S)” to display the “MIDI Device” screen.
(4) Select the proper items and then exit MIDI device
setup.
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Using an SD Memory Card
MUSIC LIBRARY
FUNCTION
TONE/REGISTRATION
PLAY/STOP
/YES
RECORDER
CARD
/NO
Your digital piano’s SD memory card
slot makes it possible for you to store
song data on a commercially
available SD memory card.
The digital piano also can read SMF song data and
CASIO format song data from an SD memory card.
z Supported SD Memory Cards
The maximum supported SD memory card size is 2 GB.
Use of any SD memory card with greater capacity is
not supported.
SD CARD SLOT
*1 If the first two characters of the filename of song
data is not a two-digit number from 01 to 99, the
corresponding letter (according to data type)
shown in the parentheses will be displayed as
the data type indicator.
The digital piano will no longer be able to access
a registration data file if the file name is changed
to a format that is not allowed.
*2 The display below shows the digital piano
display for “v”.
z Supported Data File Types and SD Memory Card
Operations
Display File Name
Data File Type
Indicator*1 Extension
Supported SD
Memory Card
Operations
SMF Data
(Format 0)
U (v)*2
.MID
Playback,
transfer to user
area
SMF Data
(Format 1)*3
U (v)*2
.MID
Playback,
transfer to user
area
Song data
converted to
CASIO format
using CASIO
SMF conversion
software
(CASIO format)
Song data
recorded on the
digital piano
(CASIO format)
Registration
data recorded
on the digital
piano (CASIO
format)
*3 The digital piano will not be able to correctly
play a file that has more than 17 tracks.
*4 Song data recorded with the digital piano can be
saved as SMF Format 0 data.
z Data File Display
Data File Type
C (d)
r (q)
G
.CM2
Playback,
transfer to user
area
.CSR
Save to SD
memory card,*4
recall to
recorder area
.CR6
Save to SD
memory card,
recall to
registration
area
File Number (01 to 99)
IMPORTANT!
• Use only SD memory cards. Operation is not guaranteed
when any other type of memory card is used.
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SD Memory Card and SD Memory Card
Slot Precautions
IMPORTANT!
• Whenever handling an SD memory card, be sure to
observe the instructions and precautions in the user
documentation that comes with it.
• SD memory cards have a write-protect switch that
protects against accidental deletion of data.
• Avoid using an SD memory card in the following types of
areas. Such conditions can corrupt data stored on the
memory card.
• Areas subjected to high temperature, high humidity,
and corrosive gas
• Areas subjected to strong electrostatic charge and
digital noise
• Never touch the contacts of an SD memory card when
loading it or when removing it from the digital piano.
• Never remove the SD memory card from the digital piano
or turn off the digital piano while it is reading data from or
writing data to the memory card. Doing so can corrupt the
data on the memory card and damage the SD memory
card slot.
• Exchange of data between the digital piano and an SD
memory card can take anywhere from a few seconds to
as long as a few minutes.
• Never insert anything besides an SD memory card into
the SD memory card slot. Doing so creates the risk of
malfunction.
• Inserting an SD memory card that carries an electrostatic
charge into the SD memory card slot can cause
malfunction of the digital piano. If this happens, turn the
digital piano off and then back on again.
• An SD memory card can become quite warm after very
long use in the SD memory card slot. This is normal and
does not indicate malfunction.
• An SD memory card has a limited service life. After very
long use, you may start to experience problems with
storing data to, or reading or deleting data from the
memory card. When this happens, you need to purchase
a new SD memory card.
* Note that CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be
held liable for any loss of data stored on an SD memory
card.
Inserting and Removing an SD
Memory Card
IMPORTANT!
• Note that the SD memory card must be oriented correctly
when you insert it into the SD memory card slot. Trying to
force the memory card into the slot can damage the card
and the slot.
• Never remove the SD memory card from the card slot or
turn off the digital piano while any data access operation
(save, recall, format) is being performed. Doing so can
corrupt the data on the memory card and damage the SD
memory card slot.
„ To insert an SD memory card
1.
With the SD memory card facing upwards as
shown in the illustration, angle the card
downwards as you insert it into the SD
memory card slot.
• Push the card into the slot until you hear it click into
place.
Front
„ To remove an SD memory card
IMPORTANT!
• Before removing the SD memory card, check to make
sure that the lamp above the CARD button is not lit. If the
lamp is lit or flashing, it means that the card is being
accessed, and that you should not remove it.
1.
Press the memory card into the slot slightly
and then release it.
• This will cause the memory card to disengage and
eject partially.
2.
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Pull the memory card out of the slot.
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Using an SD Memory Card
Formatting an SD Memory
Card
Use the procedures in this section to format an SD
memory card.
IMPORTANT!
• When using an SD Memory card, first be sure to format
the memory card on the digital piano.
• Before performing the procedure below, check to make
sure that the SD memory card does not contain any data
you might need.
• The SD memory card format performed by your digital
piano is a “quick format”. If you want to completely delete
all of the data on the card, format it on you computer or
using some other device.
PREPARATION
• Insert the SD memory card you want to format into the
digital piano’s SD memory card slot. Make sure that the
write-protect switch of the SD memory card is not in the
write-protect position.
To format an SD memory card
1.
Saving Recorded/Registration
Data to an SD Memory Card
You can save song data that you recorded in the digital
piano’s recorder area or registration data you saved to
the registration area to an SD memory card. Song data
also can be converted to SMF format 0 for storage.
PREPARATION
• Insert an SD memory card that has been formatted on the
digital piano into the digital piano’s SD memory card
slot. Make sure that the write-protect switch of the SD
memory card is not in the write-protect position.
IMPORTANT!
• Never turn off the digital piano or perform any other
operation while data is being saved to an SD memory
card. Doing so can cause SD memory card data to be
deleted and make impossible to store data to the card.
To save recorder area data
1.
Press the RECORDER button so the PLAY
lamp is lit.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the song number (1 through 5) of the song
you want to save.
3.
Hold down the CARD button until its lamp
starts to flash slowly and “Ldr” (load recorder
area) appears on the display.
4.
Press the CARD button again.
Press the FUNCTION button.
• This will cause the button’s lamp to flash.
2.
Press the CARD button.
• This will cause “For” (format) to flash on the display.
3.
Press the S/YES button to start formatting.
• “PLS” (please wait) remains on the display while the
formatting operation is performed. Never try to
perform any other operation on the digital piano
while the memory card is being formatted. The
message “CPL” (complete) will appear on the display
to let you know when the format operation is
complete.
z To cancel the format operation, press the T/NO
button in place of the S/YES button in step 3.
• This will cause the CARD button lamp to flash at a
higher speed and “SvC” (save as CSR file) to appear
on the display. This setting will save song data in
CASIO CSR format.
• If you want to save the song data in SMF Format 0,
press the CARD button again. This will cause “SvS”
(save as SMF0 file) to appear on the display.
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Using an SD Memory Card
5.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the file number where you want to save the
song data.
To save registration data
1.
Press the TONE/REGISTRATION button so
the registration lamp is lit.
2.
Hold down the CARD button until its lamp
starts to flash slowly and “LdG” (load
registration area) appears on the display.
3.
Press the CARD button again.
This mark indicates that the currently displayed file
number on the SD memory card has data stored already.
6.
When everything is the way you want, press
the FUNCTION button to begin saving data.
• The message “CPL” (complete) will appear on the
display to let you know when the save operation is
complete. After that, the digital piano will return to
playback standby.
z To cancel the save operation, press the CARD
button.
z If the SD memory card already contains a data file
with the same file number, pressing the FUNCTION
button in step 6 will display “rEP” (replace) to
confirm that you want to replace the existing file
with the file you are saving. Press the S/YES button
to overwrite the existing data file or the T/NO
button to cancel.
• This will cause the CARD button lamp to flash at a
higher speed and “SvG” (save as CR6 file) to appear
on the display.
4.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the file number where you want to save the
registration memory data.
This mark indicates that the currently displayed file
number on the SD memory card has data stored already.
5.
When everything is the way you want, press
the FUNCTION button to begin saving data.
• The message “CPL” (complete) will appear on the
display to let you know when the save operation is
complete.
z To cancel the save operation, press the CARD
button.
z If the SD memory card already contains a data file
with the same file number, pressing the FUNCTION
button in step 5 will display “rEP” (replace) to
confirm that you want to replace the existing file
with the file you are saving. Press the S/YES button
to overwrite the existing data file or the T/NO
button to cancel.
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Using an SD Memory Card
Transferring Data from an SD
Memory Card to Digital Piano
Memory
To transfer song data from an SD memory
card to the digital piano user area
1.
Press the MUSIC LIBRARY button so the
lamp below the button is lit.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the number of the user area song (Music
Library song number 61 through 70) to which
you want to transfer the song data.
You can use the procedures in this section to transfer
data from an SD memory card to the digital piano user
area,*1 recorder area,*2 or registration area.*3
*1 Music Library Songs 61 to 70
*2 Memory area where songs recorded on the digital
piano are stored.
*3 Memory area where registration data on the piano
is stored.
z Supported Data
User Area .............SMF format data and song data
converted using SMF conversion
software (CASIO CM2 format)
Recorder Area.......Song data recorded on the digital
piano (CASIO CSR format)
Registration Area ...Registration data saved with the
digital piano (CASIO CR6 format)
PREPARATION
• Insert the SD memory card, which contains the data you
want to transfer, into the piano’s SD memory card slot.
IMPORTANT!
• Never turn off the digital piano or perform any other
operation while data is being recalled from an SD
memory card. Doing so can cause SD memory card data
to be deleted or damaged, making transfer of the data
impossible. It also can cause deletion of data stored in
the area to which you are saving the data.
This mark indicates that the currently displayed user area
song number has data stored already.
3.
Hold down the CARD button until its lamp
starts to flash slowly and “LdU” (load user
area) appears on the display.
4.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the file number of the song data you want to
transfer to digital piano memory.
5.
When everything is the way you want, press
the FUNCTION button to begin data transfer.
• The message “CPL” (complete) will appear on the
display to let you know when data transfer is
complete. After that, the display will change to show
the number of the user area song to which the data
was transferred.
z To interrupt an ongoing data transfer operation,
press the CARD button.
z If the user area song number you select contains data
already, pressing the FUNCTION button in step 5
will display “rEP” (replace) to confirm that you want
to replace the existing data with the data you are
transferring. Press the S/YES button to overwrite
the data or the T/NO button to cancel.
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To transfer song data from an SD memory
card to the recorder area
1.
Press the RECORDER button so the PLAY
lamp is lit.
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the number of the recorder area song (1
through 5) to which you want to transfer the
song data.
To transfer registration data from an SD
memory card to the registration area
1.
Press the TONE/REGISTRATION button so
the registration lamp is lit.
2.
Hold down the CARD button until its lamp
starts to flash slowly and “LdG” (load
registration area) appears on the display.
3.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the file number of the registration data you
want to transfer to digital piano memory.
4.
When everything is the way you want, press
the FUNCTION button to begin data transfer.
This mark indicates that the currently displayed song
number has data stored already.
3.
Hold down the CARD button until its lamp
starts to flash slowly and “Ldr” (load recorder
area) appears on the display.
4.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the file number of the song data you want to
transfer to digital piano memory.
5.
When everything is the way you want, press
the FUNCTION button to begin data transfer.
• The message “CPL” (complete) will appear on the
display to let you know when data transfer is
complete. The number of the recorder area song to
which the data was transferred will be shown on the
display.
z To interrupt an ongoing data transfer operation,
press the CARD button.
z If the recorder area song number you select contains
data already, pressing the FUNCTION button in
step 5 will display “rEP” (replace) to confirm that
you want to replace the existing data with the data
you are transferring. Press the S/YES button to
overwrite the data or the T/NO button to cancel.
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• The message “rEP” (replace) will appear to confirm
that you wish to overwrite existing data. Press the
S/YES button to recall the data. The message “CPL”
(complete) will appear when data transfer is
complete. To cancel the transfer operation, press the
T/NO button.
z You can cancel the above operation any time before
you press the FUNCTION button by pressing the
CARD button twice.
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Using an SD Memory Card
Playing Back a File Stored on
an SD Memory Card
Playback of SMF format data and song data converted
using SMF conversion software to CASIO CM2 format.
NOTE
• You can change tempo, volume, and pre-count settings
for playback. See “Other Settings” on page E-32 for more
information.
IMPORTANT!
• Note the following important precautions whenever
playing back a data file you copied to a memory card with
a computer.
To perform the procedure below, you must have an SD
memory card to which an SMF data file has been copied
from a computer. Insert an SD memory card that has
been formatted on the digital piano into the memory card
slot of your computer, and copy the data file you want to
play back from your computer into the memory card
folder named “MUSICDAT”. Note that you will not be able
to play back the data on the digital piano if it is not
located inside the “MUSICDAT” folder. If you create a
sub-folder inside of the “MUSICDAT” folder, the digital
piano will not be able to load any data file inside the subfolder.
• After you select song data, it can take a number of
seconds for it to be loaded. While the data is being
loaded, the song number will flash on the display, and the
keyboard keys and button operations will be disabled.
Selecting a song while playing something on the
keyboard will cause sound output of the keyboard notes
to stop.
1.
Press the CARD button.
• The CARD button lamp will light and a file number
will appear on the display.
CASIO format song
2.
Use the T/NO and S/YES buttons to display
the song number of the song you want to
play.
3.
Press the PLAY/STOP button.
• This starts the playback of the song.
• The measure number appears on the display during
playback.
• To view the song number during playback, hold
down the CARD button.
4.
Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop
playback.
5.
After you are finished playing back files from
the SD memory card, stop playback and then
press the CARD button.
• This will cause the lamp above the button to go out.
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Using an SD Memory Card
SD Memory Card Errors
Display
Message
Cause
Action
No SD memory card loaded in the SD memory
card slot or the card is not loaded correctly.
Correctly insert the SD memory card into the SD memory card
slot. (Page E-42)
You are trying to load data from an SD memory
card that does not contain any data that is
supported by this digital piano.
1. Change to an SD memory card that contains data saved by
or supported by this digital piano.
2. When copying data to an SD memory card from a computer,
copy it to the “MUSICDAT” folder. (Page E-47)
The SD memory card is damaged or the card
was removed while it was being accessed.
1. Use an SD memory card that was formatted on the digital
piano. (Page E-43)
2. Use a different SD memory card.
The SD memory card is full.
Use a different SD memory card.
An SD memory card was removed while some
operation was in progress.
Never remove a card from the card slot while a card access
operation is in progress.
Attempt to overwrite the song data file that is
read-only.
Save the file to a different SD memory card or under a different
number.
The data file you are trying to transfer to the
digital piano is too large.
When playing back a file stored on an SD memory card or
loading data to the user area, select a data file that is no larger
than about 318 KB.
When loading song data to the recorder area, you can select
only song data that was recorded on this model of digital piano.
You are trying to load SMF (Standard MIDI File) Use only Format 0 or Format 1 SMF data.
data that is not Format 0 or Format 1.
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You are trying to store data to an SD memory
card that is write-protected.
1. Use a different SD memory card.
2. If you want to write to the SD memory card, change the
write-protect switch position to enable writing. (Page E-42)
There is a problem with the SD memory card
data format or the data is corrupted.
Use different data or a different SD memory card.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Action
See Page
No sound is
1. The VOLUME controller is set to
produced when I
“MIN”.
press a keyboard key. 2. Headphones are connected to the
digital piano.
3. MIDI Local Control is turned off.
4. Check the current accompaniment
mode setting. Normally, the
accompaniment keyboard range will
not produce any note while CASIO
CHORD or FINGERED is selected as
the Auto Accompaniment mode.
1. Rotate the VOLUME controller more
towards “MAX”.
2. Unplug the headphones from the
digital piano.
3. Turn on the Local Control setting.
4. Change the accompaniment mode to
NORMAL.
) E-10
No rhythm
Accompaniment volume is set to 0.
Use the FUNCTION button and SONG/
ACCOMP VOL button to increase the
volume.
) E-35
The pitch of the
digital piano is off.
1. The digital piano’s key setting is
something other than “0”.
1. Change the key setting to “0”, or turn
digital piano power off and then back
on again.
2. Adjust digital piano tuning, or turn the
piano off and then back on again.
) E-35
No sound is
1. The VOLUME controller is set to
produced when I try
“MIN”.
to play back a built-in 2. Headphones are connected to the
song or a recorded
digital piano.
song.
1. Rotate the VOLUME controller more
towards “MAX”.
2. Unplug the headphones from the
digital piano.
) E-10
When I play
something on the
digital piano, my
connected external
MIDI sound source
does not sound.
1. The digital piano’s send channel is
different from the send channel of the
external MIDI sound source.
) E-36
2. The volume or expression setting of
the external sound source is “0”.
1. Change the send channel settings of
the digital piano and/or the external
MIDI sound source so they are the
same.
2. Adjust the volume and expression
settings of the external sound source.
No sound is
produced when
playing MIDI data
from a computer.
The USB cable is not connected
correctly.
Check to make sure that the USB cable is ) E-38
connected correctly.
2. Digital piano tuning is incorrect.
) E-7
) E-36
) E-18
) E-35
) E-7
) External
sound
source
user’s guide
When connected to a The computer’s MIDI THRU function is
computer over a USB turned on.
connection, playing
on the keyboard
produces unnatural
sounds.
Turn off MIDI THRU on the computer, or
turn off digital piano Local Control.
) E-36
I can’t record chord
accompaniment data
on my computer.
Accomp MIDI out is turned off.
Turn on Accomp MIDI out.
) E-36
I can’t store data to
an SD memory card.
1. The SD memory card is writeprotected.
2. The card is not inserted properly into
the SD memory card slot.
3. There is not enough room available on
the SD memory card.
4. The capacity of the SD memory card is
not supported by the digital piano.
5. The SD memory card is damaged.
1. Change the write-protect switch
position to enable writing.
2. Insert the card properly.
) E-42
3. Use a different SD memory card.
) E-42
4. Use an SD memory card with a
supported capacity.
5. Use a different SD memory card.
) E-42
) E-42
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Problem
Cause
Action
See Page
I can’t load data from 1. The card is not inserted properly into
an SD memory card.
the SD memory card slot.
2. The capacity of the SD memory card is
not supported by the digital piano.
3. The SD memory card is damaged.
4. When the data was copied to the SD
memory card from a computer, it was
copied to a folder other than
“MUSICDAT”.
1. Insert the card properly.
) E-42
2. Use an SD memory card with a
supported capacity.
3. Use a different SD memory card.
4. Move the data to the “MUSICDAT”
folder.
) E-42
Playback stops part
way through while
transferring song
data from my
computer.
Stop song playback, disconnect the USB ) E-38
cable from the digital piano, and then
reconnect it. Next, try playing back the
song again.
If this does not solve the problem, quit the
MIDI software you are using, disconnect
the USB cable from the digital piano, and
then reconnect it. Next, restart the MIDI
software and then try playing back the
song again.
Digital noise from the USB cable or power
cord caused data communication your
computer and digital piano to be
interrupted.
“E-A” appears on the Built-in flash memory is corrupted.
display immediately
after power is turned
on.
Contact your nearest CASIO Service
Center.
) E-47
—
A tone’s quality and
This is an unavoidable result of the digital sampling process,* and does not indicate malfunction.
volume sounds
* Multiple digital samples are taken for the low range, middle range, and high range of the original
slightly different
musical instrument. Because of this, there may be a very slight difference in tonal quality and volume
depending where it is
between sample ranges.
played on the
keyboard.
When I press a
button, the note that
is sounding cuts out
momentarily or there
is a slight change in
how effects are
applied.
Selecting some tones or functions automatically changes internal effect settings that are unique the
tone being used, which can cause such phenomena. This is due to the limitations of the digital piano’s
system, and does not indicate malfunction.
Even though I play on
different ranges of
the keyboard, the
notes do not change
octaves.
The ranges of certain tones are limited, which means that octaves change normally up to a certain low
note or high note. With such a tone, the notes of the lowest octave will be repeated to the left of the
lowest possible note, and the highest octave will be repeated to the right of the highest possible note.
This is due do limitations in the range of the original musical instrument for each tone, and does not
indicate malfunction of the digital piano.
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Product Specifications
Model
PX-320
Keyboard
88-key piano keyboard, with Touch Response
Maximum Polyphony
128 notes
Tones
202 (with Layer and Split)
Effects
Reverb (4 types), Chorus (4 types), Brilliance (–3 to 0 to 3), Acoustic Resonance
Metronome
• Beats per measure: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
• Tempo Range: 20 to 255
Duet
Adjustable tone range: 0 to 3 octaves for the left keyboard; –4 to –1 octaves for the right keyboard
Auto Accompaniment
•
•
•
•
•
Demo Songs
71 (11 tone demo songs; 60 Music Library songs)
Music Library
• Built-in Songs: 60
User Songs: Up to 10 (3.1 MB total memory capacity; up to approximately 318 KB per song)*
* Based on 1 KB = 1024 bytes, 1 MB = 10242 bytes.
• Song volume: Adjustable
• Part On/Off: L, R
Registration
Number of Areas: 96 (12 sets × 8 banks)
Recorder
•
•
•
•
•
Pedals
Damper, Soft/Sostenuto (switchable)
Other Functions
•
•
•
•
MIDI
16-channel multi-timbre receive
SD Memory Card
• SD memory card slot
• Supported SD Memory Cards: Up to 2 GB
• Functions: SMF playback, file storage, file recall, card format
Inputs/Outputs
•
•
•
•
•
Speakers
(12cm × 6cm oval) × 2 + φ 5cm × 2 (Output: 8.0W + 8.0W)
Power Requirements
AD-12 AC adaptor
Number of Rhythms: 70
Tempo Range: 20 to 255
Controllers: START/STOP, INTRO/ENDING, SYNCHRO/FILL-IN
Auto Accompaniment modes: NORMAL, CASIO CHORD, FINGERED, FULL RANGE CHORD
Accompaniment Volume Level: Adjustable
Functions: Real-time recording, playback
Number of Songs: 5
Number of Tracks: 2
Capacity: Approximately 50,000 notes total (Up to approximately 10,000 notes per song)
Recording Media: Built-in flash memory
Touch Select: 3 types, Off
Transpose: ±1 octave (–12 to 0 to 12)
Tuning: A4 = 440.0 Hz ±99 cents (variable)
Operation Lock
PHONES jack: Stereo mini jacks × 2
Pedal Jacks: Standard jacks × 2
AC adaptor terminal: 12V DC
MIDI OUT/IN terminals
LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks: Standard jacks × 2
Output impedance: 2.3KΩ
Output voltage: 1.8V (RMS) MAX
• LINE IN R, L/MONO jacks: Standard jacks × 2
Input impedance: 9.0KΩ
Input voltage: 200mV
• USB port: Type B
• Pedal connector (for optional SP-30 only)
Power Consumption
12V
Dimensions
132.2 (W) × 27.8 (D) × 13.4 (H) cm (52 1/16 × 10 15/16 × 5 1/4 inch)
18W
Weight
Approximately 12.0kg (26.4 lbs)
• Specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.
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Reference
Operating Precautions
Be sure to read and observe the following operating
precautions.
„ Location
Avoid the following locations for this product.
• Areas exposed to direct sunlight and high
humidity
• Areas subjected to temperature extremes
• Near a radio, TV, video deck, or tuner
The above devices will not cause malfunction of
the product, but the product can cause interference
in the audio or video of a nearby device.
„ User Maintenance
• Never use benzene, alcohol, thinner, or other
chemical agents to clean the product.
• To clean the product or its keyboard, wipe with a
soft cloth moistened in a weak solution of water
and a mild neutral detergent. Wring all excess
moisture from the cloth before wiping.
„ Included and Optional Accessories
Use only accessories that are specified for use with
this product. Use of unauthorized accessories creates
the risk of fire, electric shock, and personal injury.
„ Weld Lines
Lines may be visible on the exterior of the product.
These are “weld lines” that result from the plastic
molding process. They are not cracks or scratches.
„ Musical Instrument Etiquette
Always be aware of others around you whenever
using this product. Be especially careful when
playing late at night to keep the volume at levels that
do not disturb others. Other steps you can take when
playing late at night are closing windows and using
headphones.
E-52
• Any reproduction of the contents of this manual,
either in part or its entirety, is prohibited. Except
for your own, personal use, any other use of the
contents of this manual without the consent of
CASIO is prohibited under copyright laws.
• IN NO EVENT SHALL CASIO BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS
OF PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS
OF INFORMATION) ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OF OR INABILITY TO USE THIS MANUAL OR
PRODUCT, EVEN IF CASIO HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
• The contents of this manual are subject to change
without notice.
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Appendix/Apéndice
Tone List/Lista de tonos
No./
Nº
Tone Name/
Nombre de tonos
Program
Change/
Cambio de
programa
Bank Select
Maximum Acoustic
MSB/
Polyphony/ Resonance/
MSB de
Polifonía Resonancia
selección
máxima
acústica
de banco
Bank Select
Maximum Acoustic
MSB/
Polyphony/ Resonance/
MSB de
Polifonía Resonancia
selección
máxima
acústica
de banco
No./
Nº
Tone Name/
Nombre de tonos
Program
Change/
Cambio de
programa
048
BREATHY TENOR SAX
66
49
64
049
ALTO SAX
65
48
128
050
TENOR SAX
66
48
128
051
CLARINET
71
48
128
128
GRAND PIANO
MODERN
0
02
GRAND PIANO
CLASSIC
0
03
GRAND PIANO
VARIATION
0
50
128
052
FLUTE
73
48
04
ROCK PIANO
1
48
64
053
SAWTOOTH LEAD
81
48
64
05
ELEC PIANO 1
4
48
128
054
MELLOW SAW LEAD
81
49
64
01
48
49
64
64
06
ELEC PIANO 2
5
48
64
055
SQUARE LEAD
80
48
64
07
60’S E.PIANO
4
51
128
056
SYNTH-PAD
90
48
64
08
ROCK ORGAN
16
49
128
057
FANTASY
88
48
64
09
JAZZ ORGAN
17
48
64
058
NEW AGE
88
49
64
10
STRINGS
49
48
128
059
WARM PAD
89
48
128
11
SYNTH-VOICE
54
48
128
060
WARM VOX
89
49
64
061
POLYSYNTH PAD
90
49
64
Various
GM
001
LA PIANO
1
49
128
002
MELLOW PIANO
0
51
64
062
GM PIANO 1
0
0
128
003
MODERN PIANO
1
50
64
063
GM PIANO 2
1
0
128
128
004
DANCE PIANO
1
51
128
064
GM PIANO 3
2
0
005
STRINGS PIANO
0
52
64
065
GM HONKY-TONK
3
0
64
006
PIANO PAD
0
53
64
066
GM E.PIANO 1
4
0
128
007
HONKY-TONK
3
48
64
067
GM E.PIANO 2
5
0
128
008
OCTAVE PIANO
3
49
64
068
GM HARPSICHORD
6
0
128
009
E.GRAND 80
2
48
128
069
GM CLAVI
7
0
128
010
DYNO ELEC.PIANO
4
49
128
070
GM CELESTA
8
0
128
011
FM ELEC.PIANO
5
49
128
071
GM GLOCKENSPIEL
9
0
128
012
MELLOW E.PIANO
4
50
64
072
GM MUSIC BOX
10
0
64
013
POP ELEC.PIANO
5
50
64
073
GM VIBRAPHONE
11
0
128
014
SYNTH-STR E.PIANO
4
52
64
074
GM MARIMBA
12
0
128
015
CLAVI
7
48
128
075
GM XYLOPHONE
13
0
128
016
HARPSICHORD
6
48
128
076
GM TUBULAR BELL
14
0
128
017
COUPLED
HARPSICHORD
6
077
GM DULCIMER
15
0
64
078
GM ORGAN 1
16
0
128
018
VIBRAPHONE
64
019
MARIMBA
020
49
64
11
48
128
079
GM ORGAN 2
17
0
12
48
128
080
GM ORGAN 3
18
0
64
DRAWBAR ORGAN
16
48
128
081
GM PIPE ORGAN
19
0
64
021
ROTARY DRAWBAR
16
50
128
082
GM REED ORGAN
20
0
128
022
ROTARY ORGAN
16
51
128
083
GM ACCORDION
21
0
64
023
PERC.ORGAN
17
49
128
084
GM HARMONICA
22
0
128
024
70’S ORGAN
17
50
128
085
GM BANDONEON
23
0
64
025
OVERDRIVE ORGAN
16
52
128
128
086
GM NYLON
STR.GUITAR
24
0
128
128
026
TREMOLO ORGAN
16
53
027
CHURCH ORGAN
19
48
64
087
GM STEEL STR.GUITAR
25
0
028
CHAPEL ORGAN
19
49
128
088
GM JAZZ GUITAR
26
0
128
029
NYLON STR.GUITAR
24
48
128
089
GM CLEAN GUITAR
27
0
128
030
STEEL STR.GUITAR
25
48
128
090
GM MUTE GUITAR
28
0
128
031
JAZZ GUITAR
26
48
128
091
GM OVERDRIVE GT
29
0
64
032
CHORUS CLEAN
GUITAR
27
48
092
GM DISTORTION GT
30
0
64
093
GM GT HARMONICS
31
0
128
033
OVERDRIVE GUITAR
29
48
64
094
GM ACOUSTIC BASS
32
0
128
034
ACOUSTIC BASS
32
48
128
095
GM FINGERED BASS
33
0
128
035
RIDE BASS
32
49
64
096
GM PICKED BASS
34
0
128
036
FINGERED BASS
33
48
128
097
GM FRETLESS BASS
35
0
128
037
STRING ENSEMBLE
48
48
128
098
GM SLAP BASS 1
36
0
128
038
SYNTH-STRINGS
50
48
128
099
GM SLAP BASS 2
37
0
128
039
70’S SYNTH-STR
50
49
128
100
GM SYNTH-BASS 1
38
0
64
040
80’S SYNTH-STR
50
50
128
101
GM SYNTH-BASS 2
39
0
128
041
CHOIR
52
48
64
102
GM VIOLIN
40
0
128
042
TRUMPET
56
48
128
103
GM VIOLA
41
0
128
043
TROMBONE
57
48
128
104
GM CELLO
42
0
128
044
STEREO BRASS
61
48
128
105
GM CONTRABASS
43
0
128
045
SYNTH-BRASS
62
48
64
046
80’S SYNTH-BRASS
62
49
64
106
GM TREMOLO
STRINGS
44
0
128
047
BREATHY ALTO SAX
65
49
64
107
GM PIZZICATO
45
0
128
128
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Appendix/Apéndice
No./
Nº
Tone Name/
Nombre de tonos
Program
Change/
Cambio de
programa
Bank Select
Maximum Acoustic
MSB/
Polyphony/ Resonance/
MSB de
Polifonía Resonancia
selección
máxima
acústica
de banco
No./
Nº
Tone Name/
Nombre de tonos
Program
Change/
Cambio de
programa
Bank Select
Maximum Acoustic
MSB/
Polyphony/ Resonance/
MSB de
Polifonía Resonancia
selección
máxima
acústica
de banco
108
GM HARP
46
0
128
177
GM WOOD BLOCK
115
0
109
GM TIMPANI
47
0
128
178
GM TAIKO
116
0
128
110
GM STRINGS 1
48
0
128
179
GM MELODIC TOM
117
0
128
111
GM STRINGS 2
49
0
128
180
GM SYNTH-DRUM
118
0
128
112
GM SYNTH-STRINGS 1
50
0
128
181
GM REVERSE CYMBAL
119
0
128
113
GM SYNTH-STRINGS 2
51
0
128
182
GM GT FRET NOISE
120
0
128
114
GM CHOIR AAHS
52
0
128
183
GM BREATH NOISE
121
0
128
115
GM VOICE DOO
53
0
128
184
GM SEASHORE
122
0
64
116
GM SYNTH-VOICE
54
0
128
185
GM BIRD
123
0
64
117
GM ORCHESTRA HIT
55
0
64
186
GM TELEPHONE
124
0
128
118
GM TRUMPET
56
0
128
187
GM HELICOPTER
125
0
128
119
GM TROMBONE
57
0
128
188
GM APPLAUSE
126
0
64
120
GM TUBA
58
0
128
189
GM GUNSHOT
127
0
128
121
GM MUTE TRUMPET
59
0
128
122
GM FRENCH HORN
60
0
64
190
STANDARD SET
0
120
128
—
123
GM BRASS
61
0
128
191
BRUSH SET
40
120
128
—
124
GM SYNTH-BRASS 1
62
0
64
125
GM SYNTH-BRASS 2
63
0
64
126
GM SOPRANO SAX
64
0
128
127
GM ALTO SAX
65
0
128
128
GM TENOR SAX
66
0
128
129
GM BARITONE SAX
67
0
128
130
GM OBOE
68
0
128
131
GM ENGLISH HORN
69
0
128
132
GM BASSOON
70
0
128
133
GM CLARINET
71
0
128
134
GM PICCOLO
72
0
128
135
GM FLUTE
73
0
128
136
GM RECORDER
74
0
128
137
GM PAN FLUTE
75
0
128
138
GM BOTTLE BLOW
76
0
128
139
GM SHAKUHACHI
77
0
64
140
GM WHISTLE
78
0
128
141
GM OCARINA
79
0
128
142
GM SQUARE LEAD
80
0
64
143
GM SAWTOOTH LEAD
81
0
64
144
GM CALLIOPE
82
0
64
145
GM CHIFF LEAD
83
0
64
146
GM CHARANG
84
0
64
147
GM VOICE LEAD
85
0
64
148
GM FIFTH LEAD
86
0
64
149
GM BASS+LEAD
87
0
64
150
GM FANTASY
88
0
64
151
GM WARM PAD
89
0
128
152
GM POLYSYNTH
90
0
64
153
GM SPACE CHOIR
91
0
64
154
GM BOWED GLASS
92
0
64
155
GM METAL PAD
93
0
64
156
GM HALO PAD
94
0
64
157
GM SWEEP PAD
95
0
128
158
GM RAIN DROP
96
0
64
159
GM SOUND TRACK
97
0
64
160
GM CRYSTAL
98
0
64
161
GM ATMOSPHERE
99
0
64
162
GM BRIGHTNESS
100
0
64
163
GM GOBLINS
101
0
64
164
GM ECHOES
102
0
128
165
GM SF
103
0
64
166
GM SITAR
104
0
128
167
GM BANJO
105
0
128
168
GM SHAMISEN
106
0
128
169
GM KOTO
107
0
128
128
170
GM THUMB PIANO
108
0
171
GM BAGPIPE
109
0
64
172
GM FIDDLE
110
0
128
173
GM SHANAI
111
0
128
174
GM TINKLE BELL
112
0
128
175
GM AGOGO
113
0
128
176
GM STEEL DRUMS
114
0
64
A-2
128
Drum Sets
NOTE
• Acoustic resonance (page E-34) is applied only to tones
indicated by “ ”.
NOTA
• La resonancia acústica (página S-34) se aplica solamente
a los tonos indicados mediante “ ”.
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Appendix/Apéndice
Drum Assignment List/
Lista de sonidos de batería
Key/Note Number
Número de clave/nota
E1 28
E b 1 27
F1 29
F # 1 30
G1 31
A b 1 32
A1 33
B b 1 34
B1 35
C2 36
C # 2 37
D2 38
E b 2 39
E2 40
F2 41
F # 2 42
G2 43
A b 2 44
A2 45
B b 2 46
B2 47
C3 48
C # 3 49
D3 50
E b 3 51
E3 52
F3 53
F # 3 54
G3 55
A b 3 56
A3 57
B b 3 58
B3 59
C4 60
C # 4 61
D4 62
E b 4 63
E4 64
F4 65
F # 4 66
G4 67
A b 4 68
A4 69
B b 4 70
B4 71
C5 72
C # 5 73
D5 74
E b 5 75
E5 76
F5 77
F # 5 78
G5 79
A b 5 80
A5 81
B b 5 82
B5 83
C6 84
C # 6 85
D6 86
E b 6 87
E6 88
F6 89
STANDARD SET
HIGH Q
SLAP
SCRATCH PUSH
SCRATCH PULL
STICKS
SQUARE CLICK
METRONOME CLICK
METRONOME BELL
STANDARD 1 KICK 2
STANDARD 1 KICK 1
SIDE STICK
STANDARD 1 SNARE 1
HAND CLAP 1
STANDARD 1 SNARE 2
LOW TOM 2
CLOSED HI-HAT
LOW TOM 1
PEDAL HI-HAT
MID TOM 2
OPEN HI-HAT
MID TOM 1
HIGH TOM 2
CRASH CYMBAL 1
HIGH TOM 1
RIDE CYMBAL 1
CHINESE CYMBAL
RIDE BELL
TAMBOURINE 1
SPLASH CYMBAL
COWBELL
CRASH CYMBAL 2
VIBRA-SLAP
RIDE CYMBAL 2
HIGH BONGO
LOW BONGO
MUTE HIGH CONGA
OPEN HIGH CONGA
LOW CONGA
HIGH TIMBALE
LOW TIMBALE
HIGH AGOGO
LOW AGOGO
CABASA
MARACAS
SHORT HI WHISTLE
LONG LOW WHISTLE
SHORT GUIRO
LONG GUIRO
CLAVES
HIGH WOOD BLOCK
LOW WOOD BLOCK
MUTE CUICA
OPEN CUICA
MUTE TRIANGLE
OPEN TRIANGLE
SHAKER
JINGLE BELL
BELL TREE
CASTANETS
MUTE SURDO
OPEN SURDO
APPLAUSE
APPLAUSE 2
BRUSH SET
BRUSH KICK 2
BRUSH KICK 1
BRUSH SIDE STICK
BRUSH TAP
BRUSH SLAP
BRUSH SWIRL
BRUSH CRASH CYMBAL 1
BRUSH RIDE CYMBAL 1
BRUSH RIDE BELL
TAMBOURINE 2
BRUSH SPLASH CYMBAL
BRUSH CRASH CYMBAL 2
BRUSH RIDE CYMBAL 2
NOTE
• “” : indicates the same sound as STANDARD SET.
NOTA
• “” : indica el mismo sonido que STANDARD SET.
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Appendix/Apéndice
Rhythm List/Lista de ritmos
Category/Categoría
8BEAT/16BEAT
BALLAD
POPS
ROCK
JAZZ
EUROPEAN
LATIN
VARIOUS
A-4
Rhythm Name/
Nombre de ritmo
No./Nº
01
02
STRAIGHT 8 BEAT
MELLOW 8 BEAT
03
04
Category/Categoría
FOR PIANO
No./Nº
Rhythm Name/
Nombre de ritmo
51
52
PIANO 8 BEAT
PIANO BALLAD 1
GUITAR 8 BEAT
8 BEAT POP
53
54
PIANO BALLAD 2
EP BALLAD 1
05
16 BEAT
55
EP BALLAD 2
06
16 BEAT SHUFFLE
56
BLUES BALLAD
07
SLOW BALLAD
57
JAZZ COMBO 2
08
POP BALLAD
58
JAZZ COMBO 3
09
6/8 BALLAD
59
RAGTIME
10
ROCK BALLAD
60
PIANO ROCK’N’ROLL
11
POP
61
BOOGIE-WOOGIE
12
POP ROCK
62
ARPEGGIO 1
13
FAST SOUL
63
ARPEGGIO 2
14
60’S SOUL
64
ARPEGGIO 3
15
DISCO SOUL
65
MARCH 2
MARCH 3
16
SHUFFLE ROCK
66
17
BLUES
67
STRIDE PIANO
18
SOFT ROCK
68
WALTZ 2
19
SLOW ROCK
69
WALTZ 3
20
NEW ORLNS R&R
70
WALTZ 4
21
ROCK WALTZ
22
SLOW BIG BAND
23
FAST BIG BAND
24
SWING
25
SLOW SWING
26
JAZZ WALTZ
27
FOX TROT
28
QUICKSTEP
29
JAZZ COMBO 1
30
POLKA
31
WALTZ 1
32
VIENNESE WALTZ
33
FRENCH WALTZ
34
TANGO
35
MARCH 1
36
BOSSA NOVA
37
BEGUINE
38
SAMBA
39
MAMBO
40
RHUMBA
41
CHA-CHA-CHA
42
BOLERO
43
SALSA
44
REGGAE
45
COUNTRY 8 BEAT
46
COUNTRY BALLAD
47
COUNTRY SHUFFLE
48
FAST GOSPEL
49
SLOW GOSPEL
50
STR QUARTET
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Appendix/Apéndice
Song List/Lista de canciones
Tone Demo/Demostración de tonos
No./Nº
Tone Name/
Nombre de tonos
Song Name/
Nombre de canciones
02
03
Fantaisie-Impromptu Op.66
Étude Op.10-3 “Chanson de l’adieu”
Ungarischer Tanz 5
04
05
Étude Op.10-5 “Black Keys”
Étude Op.10-12 “Revolutionary”
Original
06
07
Étude Op.25-9 “Butterflies”
Prélude Op.28-7
08
09
Valse Op.64-1 “Petit Chien”
Valse Op.64-2
10
11
Moments Musicaux 3
Impromptu Op.90-2
12
13
Marche Militaire 1 (Duet)
Frühlingslied [Lieder Ohne Worte Heft 5]
14
15
Fröhlicher Landmann [Album für die Jugend]
Von fremden Ländern und Menschen [Kinderszenen]
16
17
Träumerei [Kinderszenen]
Tambourin
3 Romances Sans Paroles 3
04
GRAND PIANO
(CLASSIC)
GRAND PIANO
(VARIATION)
ROCK PIANO
05
ELEC PIANO 1
Original
06
ELEC PIANO 2
Original
07
60’s E.PIANO
Original
08
ROCK ORGAN
Original
09
JAZZ ORGAN
Original
10
STRINGS
Nessun Dorma [Turandot]
11
SYNTH-VOICE
Original
03
Song Name/Nombre de canciones
Nocturne Op.9-2
Pr_lude [Suite bergamasque]
02
No./Nº
01
GRAND PIANO
(MODERN)
01
Music Library/Biblioteca musical
19
Menuet BWV Anh.114 [Clavierbüchlein der Anna Magdalena
Bach]
Inventio 1 BWV 772
20
21
Inventio 8 BWV 779
Inventio 13 BWV 784
22
23
Praeludium 1 BWV 846 [Das Wohltemperierte Klavier 1]
Le Coucou
24
25
Gavotte
Sonatina Op.36-1 1st Mov.
26
27
Sonatine Op.20-1 1st Mov.
Sonate K.545 1st Mov.
28
29
Sonate K.331 3rd Mov. “Turkish March”
Rondo K.485
30
31
Für Elise
Marcia alla Turca
32
33
Sonate Op.13 “Pathétique” 1st Mov.
Sonate Op.13 “Pathétique” 2nd Mov.
34
35
Sonate Op.13 “Pathétique” 3rd Mov.
Sonate Op.27-2 “Moonlight” 1st Mov.
36
37
Rhapsodie 2
Waltz Op.39-15 (Duet)
38
39
Liebesträume 3
Blumenlied
40
41
La Prière d’une Vierge
Csikos Post
42
43
Humoresque Op.101-7
Melodie [Lyrische Stücke Heft 2]
44
45
Sicilienne Op.78
Berceuse [Dolly] (Duet)
46
47
Arabesque 1
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin [Préludes]
48
49
Passepied [Suite bergamasque]
Gymnopédie 1
50
Je Te Veux
18
51
Salut d’Amour
52
53
The Entertainer
Maple Leaf Rag
54
55
L’arabesque [25 Etüden Op.100]
La Styrienne [25 Etüden Op.100]
56
57
Ave Maria [25 Etüden Op.100]
Le retour [25 Etüden Op.100]
58
59
La chevaleresque [25 Etüden Op.100]
No.13 [Études de Mécanisme Op.849]
60
61-70
No.26 [Études de Mécanisme Op.849]
User area songs/Canciones del área de usuario
A-5
A-6
F
#
F /(Gb )
G
#
(G )/Ab
A
#
(A )/B b
B
#
F /(Gb )
G
#
(G )/Ab
A
#
(A )/B b
B
Chord
Type
F
Root
E
m7 b 5
E
dim
#
(D )/E b
M7
#
(D )/E b
dim7
D
m7
D
7
#
C /(D b)
m
#
C /(D b)
M
C
Chord
Type
aug
sus4
7sus4
m add9
mM7
7b5
add9
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Appendix/Apéndice
Fingered Chord Chart/Cuadro de acordes digitados (Fingered)
MIDI Implementation Chart
Model PX-320
Function
Transmitted
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1 - 16
1 - 16
1 - 16
1 - 16
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode 3
X
Mode 3
X
21 - 108
0 - 127
0 - 127*1
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
X 8nH v = 64
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
X 9nH v = 0.8nH V =**
X
X
X
O
X
O
O
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O 0 - 127
O 0 - 127
System Exclusive
O
O
System
Common
: Song Pos
: Song Sel
: Tune
X
X
X
X
X
X
System
Real Time
: Clock
: Commands
O
O
X
X
Aux
: Local ON/OFF
: All notes OFF
: Active Sense
: Reset
X
O
X
X
X
O
O
X
Note
Number
True voice
Velocity
Note ON
Note OFF
After
Touch
Key’s
Ch’s
Pitch Bender
0,32
1
6, 38
7
10
11
16
17
18
19
64
66
67
76
77
78
80
81
82
83
91
93
100, 101
120
121
Control
Change
Program
Change
Messages
Version : 1.0
Remarks
*1: Depends on tone
*1: Depende del tono.
**: no relation
**: sin relación
Bank select
Modulation
Data entry
Volume
Pan
Expression
DSP Parameter0*2
DSP Parameter1*2
DSP Parameter2*2
DSP Parameter3*2
Damper
Sostenuto
Soft pedal
Vibrato rate
Vibrato depth
Vibrato delay
DSP Parameter4*2
DSP Parameter5*2
DSP Parameter6*2
DSP Parameter7*2
Reverb send
Chorus send
RPN LSB, MSB*3
All sound off
Reset all controller
:True #
Remarks
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
*2
*2
*3
*3
*4
*4, *5
:
:
:
:
:
For details, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/.
Si desea más información, vea Implementación MIDI en http://world.casio.com/.
Pitch Bend Sensitivity, Fine Tune, Coarse Tune, Modulation Depth, Null
Sensibilidad de inflexión de tono, afinación precisa, afinación poco precisa, profundidad de modulación, nulo
Universal Real-time Exclusive Messages: Master Volume, Master Balance, Master Fine Tuning, Master Coarse Tuning, Reverb Parameter,
Chorus Parameter, GM System Message
*4 : Mensajes exclusivos de sistemas universales en tiempo real: Volumen maestro, balance maestro, afinación precisa maestra, afinación
poco precisa maestra, parámetro de reverberación, parámetro de coro, mensaje de sistema GM
*5 : This model’s System Exclusive Message
• For details about footnotes 3 through 5, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/.
*5 : Mensaje exclusivo del sistema de este modelo
• Si desea más información sobre los pies de página 3 a 5, vea Implementación MIDI en http://world.casio.com/.
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
O : Yes
X : No
E-1
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the environmental protection legislation in Germany.
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