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Yamaha DOM-30 Owner's manual
YAMAHA
DISK ORCHESTRA MODULE
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Owner's Manual
Bedienungsanleitung
Manuel d'instructions
Manual del Propietario
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Congratulations!
Your DOM-30 is a high-performance MIDI Disk Orchestra Module
that can be used in conjunction with a Yamaha Clavinova to play
back a range of pre-programmed Yamaha music software such as Disk
Orchestra Collection disks and some Disklavier disks (PianoSoft). *
The DOM-30 is an excellent keyboard practice aid since it allows you
to cancel playback of specific parts so you can play them on the
keyboard yourself, accompanied by the rest of the orchestra.
The DOM-30 is also a sophisticated disk recorder, allowing you to
record your own music software. You can independently record up
to ten separate parts of a single musical composition — plus a rhythm
track. You can enjoy recording and playing back simple one-voice
performances, or take advantage of the DOM-30's internal 100-voice
tone generator and create complex multi-track compositions that use
a number of different voices.
With 100 voices and rhythm sounds, the DOM-30 is also an excellent
tone generator system for use with a seguencer or MIDI-compatible
music computer.
In order to make the most of the many features and fine performance
provided by your DOM-30, we urge you to read this owner's guide
thoroughly while trying out the features and functions described.
Keep the owner's manual in a safe place for later reference.
* The DOM-30 will play the following disks:
e All Yamaha Disk Orchestra Collection disks.
* Some Yamaha Disklavier disks (PianoSoft) — refer to the
Yamaha Disk Orchestra Collection catalogue for details.
* Disks recorded on the DOM-30.
e Piano solo disks recorded on a Yamaha DRC-20 Disk Recorder.
CONTENTS
1. NOMENCLATURE 2 5-5: Punch-in Recording ........ 11 8-5: REMOTE IN .................. 18
5-6: Recording a Rhythm Track 12 8-6: REMOTE OUT ............... 18
2. PLAYBACK, BASIC 5-7: Multi-Timbre Recording .. 13 8-7: MODULATION FILTER .... 18
creetee tee tres nee 3 5-8: Voice Number Conversion 13 8-8: VOLUME FILTER ........... 18
3.PLAYBACK .............ccc......... 4 6. OTHER RECORD/PLAY 8-9: EXPRESSION FILTER ...... 18
3-1: Playback Procedure ........ 4 FUNCTIONS 13 8-10: PEDAL FILTER ............. 18
3-2: The PAUSE Button ........ 5 6-1: voice 13 8-11: OTHER CONTROL CHANGE
3-3: Rewind and Fast Forward 5 6 2- VOLUME Y 14 FILTER ..n.e....e.eenecenenes 18
3-4: Phrase Repeat ............... 5 ata nenn mn nn n nn Tee 8-12: MODE MESSAGE FILTER 19
р 6-3: QUANTIZE 14
3-5: Footswitch Functions ..... 6 6-4: OUT TRANSPOSE U" 14 8-13: PROGRAM CHANGE
3-6: Reverb Effects .............. 6 6-5: IN TRANSPOSE U" 14 FILTER ........e...eencacinoo 19
Tee TERT IEE nn nn nn nennen 8-14: PITCH BEND CHANGE
4. ESSENTIAL RECORDING 6-6: TUNE CCC 14 FILTER Ce ane 19
PREPARATIONS .......... pee 7 7.DISK CONTROL .................. 15 8-15: AFTER TOUCH FILTER . 19
4-1: Formatting a New Disk .. 7 7-1: Copying Songs .............. 15 8-16: EXCLUSIVE FILTER ...... 19
4-2: MIDI & Channel Matching 8 7-2: Deleting a Song ............. 15 8-17: TONE GENERATOR
5, RECORDING ........................ 9 7-3: Copying Disks ............... 16 OUTPUT DELAY .......... 19
5-1: Basic Recording/The First 8. MIDI CONTROL ................... 16 8-18: TOUCH CHANGE -........ 19
5-2: e ding a New Track 11 8-1: RECEIVE MODE ............. 17 9.MIDI DATA FORMAT 19
> Й -2: E CHANNEL .......
5-3: changing the Initial Tempo, a RECEIVE Сна NUMBER 1 10. SPECIFICATIONS enuacieoamaaa 81
oice and Volume ......... 11
5-4: The TEMPO CHANGE 8-4: SYNC CLOCK ............... 18
Function ...….......…......…..…….……. 11
TAKING CARE OF YOUR DOM-30
— Prevent Damage and Keep Your DOM-30 in Perfect Condition —
Your DOM-30 is a precision musical device, and deserves the most
careful treatment. Observe the following points and your DOM-30 will
perform flawlessly for many years.
1. Never open the case and touch or tamper with the internal
circuitry.
2. Always turn the POWER switch OFF after use, and unplug the AC
adapter unit from the AC mains outlet.
3. Clean the unit only with a clean, slightly damp cloth. A neutral
cleanser may be used if desired. Never use abrasive cleansers,
waxes, solvents or chemical dust cloths since these can dull or
damage the finish.
4. Use your DOM-30 in a place that is away from direct sunlight,
excessive humidity or heat, dust, or strong vibration.
5. Never apply excessive force to the controls, connectors or other
parts of your DOM-30, and avoid scratching or bumping it with
hard objects.
6. Never spill water, beverages or other liquids on the unit or floppy
disks it uses. |
7. The DOM-30 contains digital circuitry and may cause interference
if placed too close to radio receivers, television sets or similar
radio-frequency reception equipment. If such a problem occurs,
move the DOM-30 further away from the affected equipment.
8. IMPORTANT!: Check your power supply!
The DOM-30 should be powered from a Yamaha PA-4/PA-40 or | i
PA-5 AC Adapter. Attempting to use other power supplies could
result in serious damage to the DOM-30.
Make sure that your local AC mains voltage matches the voltage A
specified on your AC adapter. In some areas a voltage selector may |
be provided on the AC adapter unit. Make sure that the voltage
selector is set for the voltage in your area.
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NOMENCLATURE
VOICE LIST
LU) PIANO
01 PIANO 2
2 HOMEY TORK PONG 12 BES
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14 IYNTA CAYSTAL 4
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1; BAMBOO MARES 20 PAPE CAGAM
40 SYNTH BASS' SO SYNTH STAINGST 60 SYNTH BRASS 4 70 ACCORDIÓN T
41 SYNTH BARES 7 ol SYNTH STRINGS 7 A! SAY T' ÉYNFHI AY SYNTH Wx
a2 STATH 84557 52 ORCHESTRA HIT 62 CLARNET Fe SYNTHZ
153 TAUMIPET- TACHEOME 62 RECORDER 73 BYNTH 3
2 54 MITE TRLMMPET Bd FLUTE 74 SYNTHA
76 SYNFH%
76 DRUMS BE ICE BLOCK SE RACING CIRCUIT
THAFANS- STEEL DA 87 CAYSTAL BLOCK 45 SCRAPE
76 AFRICAN PERCUS 8 SAMOA AMMETLE er ETAUCT ION
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YAMAHA DISK HCHES TRA SACDULE DOA. 40
(1) Power Switch
(2) MASTER VOLUME Control [details on page 4]
(3) Disk Drive Lamp [details on page 7]
(4) 3.5” Floppy Disk Drive /details on page 3, 7]
(5) Disk Eject Button /details on page 7]
(6) VOICE LIST /details on page 14]
(7 Liquid Crystal Display Panel
Beat Indicator
(9 REVERB Button and Indicators (ROOM, HALL 1, HALL
2, COSMIC) [details on page 6]
FUNCTION Button
(1) NO < and » YES Buttons
(2 SONG SELECT Button and Indicator [details on page 4, 9]
(19 PLAY TRACK SELECT RIGHT/1 Button and Indicator
[details on page 4, 10]
PLAY TRACK SELECT LEFT/2 Button and Indicator
[details on page 4, 10]
(5) PLAY TRACK SELECT ORCH/3-10 Button and Indicator
[details on page 4, 10]
PLAY TRACK SELECT RHYTHM/15 Button and In-
dicator [details on page 4, 10]
(17 PHRASE REPEAT Button and Indicator [details on page 5]
(15 METRONOME Button [details on page 9]
(9 PUNCH IN/OUT Button and Indicator details on page 11]
20 START/STOP Button and Indicator [details on page 4, 5,
7, 10, 15]
21) PAUSE Button and Indicator [details on page 5]
22 REW and FF Buttons [details on page 5]
29 RECORD Button and Indicator [details on page 9]
TRACK/O Button [details on page 11, 14]
25 TEMPO/1 Button [details on page 5]
VOICE/2 Button [details on page 13]
27) VOLUME/3 Button [details on page 14]
BEAT/4 Button [details on page 10]
QUANTIZE/5 Button [details on page 14]
TRANSPOSE/6 Button [details on page 14]
3) TUNE/7 Button [details on page 14]
32 DISK/8 Button [details on page 7, 15]
63 MIDI/9 Button /details on page 16]
© MID! IN, OUT and THRU Connectors /details on page 3,
(35 SEND CHANNEL Switch /details on page 3, 8]
FOOT SW. Jack /details on page 6]
7 LINE OUT (L and R) Jacks [details on page 3, 9]
DC-IN Connector
The DOM-30 can be powered from a Yamaha PA-4/P A-40 or
PA-5 AC Adapter. First plug the DC output cable from the
adapter into the DOM-30 DC-IN jack, then plug the AC power
plug into a convenient AC wall outlet.
SETUP & BASIC PLAYBACK
— Setting Up Your DOM-30 System and Playing Back a Disk Orchestra Collection Disk (Sold Separately} —
This section provides brief instructions on using the DOM-30 with
a Clavinova to play back a Disk Orchestra Collection or Disklavier
disk.
The brief instructions given here are by no means complete. Be sure
to read the “3. PLAYBACK” section beginning on page 4 for
detailed coverage of all DOM-30 playback features. Read the entire
manual thoroughly before attempting to use the DOM-30 for
recording.
1. Connect the DOM-30 and Clavinova
The illustration below shows the standard playback connections
for the DOM-30 and a Yamaha Clavinova. Using the MIDI
cable provided, the MIDI OUT terminal of the DOM-30 is
connected to the MIDI IN terminal of the Clavinova. The LINE
OUT L and R jacks of the DOM-30 are connected to the
OPTIONAL IN (L and R) or AUX IN (L and R) jacks of the
Clavinova (L to L, R to R) using the supplied stereo pin-jack
cable.
LINE OUT (L AND R) DOM-30
OPTIONAL IN MIDI OUT
OR AUX IN
Y ÿ (LAND RI Ÿ MIDI IN
With these connections the sound of the DOM-30 voices is
reproduced via the Clavinova’s speakers in addition to the
Clavinova sound. If you will be using a Clavinova that does not
have OPTIONAL IN or AUX IN jacks (CVP-3/5/6/7/8), the
LINE OUT (L and R) jacks of the DOM-30 can be connected
directly to the inputs of a stereo sound system or audio mixer.
e |f you will be using the DOM-30 alone to play back Disk Orchestra
Collection disks {i.e. no keyboard), simply connect the LINE OUT
(L and R) jacks to a stereo sound system using the stereo pin-jack
cable provided.
2. Set the SEND CHANNEL Switch
The SEND CHANNEL switch on the DOM-30 rear panel
should be set according to your system and playback re-
quirements. |
If you have connected the DOM-30 to a Clavinova as described
above, the SEND CHANNEL switch should normally be set to
the “1-27” position. In this position the channel-1 and channel-2
parts (usually the right- and left-hand keyboard parts, respec-
tively) will be reproduced using the Clavinova voices rather
than the DOM-30’s own internal voices. All other parts will be
played using the DOM-30 voices.
If you want the channel-1 and channel-2 parts to be played
using the internal DOM-30 voices, the SEND CHANNEL
switch should be set to ““ALL.”’ Also make sure that no MIDI
cable is connected to the DOM-30 MIDI OUT connector.
SEND
CHANNEL
17 ALL
. Turn the Clavinova ON
Make sure the Clavinova AC plug is properly connected to a
convenient AC outlet, then turn the POWER switch ON.
. Connect the DOM-30 Power Adapter and Turn the
Power ON
Plug the DC output cable from the AC adapter into the
DOM-30 DC-IN jack, then plug the adapter's AC plug into a
convenient AC outiet. Turn the DOM-30 power switch ON.
If your Clavinova is a CLP-20/30/50/100/200/300/500 or
CVP-3/5/6/7/8/10, turn the DOM-30 power switch ON while
holding the FUNCTION button (this automatically activates a
special Touch Change function that provides the best sound
when Disk Orchestra Collection disks or Disklavier software is
played back using these models).
POWER
Note: When using a CLP-20/30/50/100/200/300/500 or CVP-3/5/
6/7/8/10 to play back Disk Orchestra Collection disks, use
the Clavinova panel controls to change the playback voice if
necessary.
. Insert Disk
Insert the Disk Orchestra Collection disk into the DOM-30 disk
drive. Insert the disk with the metallic door facing the drive slot
and the disk label facing upwards. Press the disk in firmly until
it clicks into place and the disk drive lamp lights for a few
seconds.
PLAYBACK
— Play, Pause, Rewind & Fast Forward —
mm ОАО ЛОННАОННООАОЛНН ТЕН
® The DOM-30 will play the following disks:
* Yamaha Disk Orchestra Collection disks.
* Some Yamaha Disklavier disks (PianoSoft) — refer to the
Yamaha Disk Orchestra Collection catalogue for details.
* Disks recorded on the DOM-30.
* Piano solo disks recorded on a Yamaha DRC-20 Disk Recorder.
. Select the Desired Song Number
Use the NO < and P YES buttons or number buttons to select
the SONG NUMBER you want to hear. A list of available song
numbers and corresponding titles is provided with Disk Or-
chestra Collection disks.
TRACK TEMPO VOICE VOLUME BEAT
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| QUANTIZE TRANSPOSE TUNE DISK MICH
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. Start Playback
Press the START/STOP button to begin playback.
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START STOP
. Set the Volume
Make sure the Clavinova master volume control is set to ap-
propriate level (try about half way between MIN and MAX),
and set the DOM-30 MASTER VOLUME control for the
desired listening level.
MASTER VEL LIME
. Cancel and Practice Keyboard Parts as Required
If the song being played has separate right- and left-hand parts,
you can use the PLAY TRACK SELECT RIGHT/1 and LEFT/2
buttons to independently cancel each part as required. To
cancel the right-hand part, for example, press the RIGHT/1 but-
ton so that its indicator goes out. The right-hand part is now
cancelled (off), so you can play it yourself on the Clavinova
keyboard. Press the RIGHT/1 button again when you want to
resume automatic playback of the right-hand part (the RIGHT/1
indicator will light). The same applies to the left-hand part and
the LEFT/2 button.
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Note: Some Disk Orchestra Collection and Disklavier disks (PianoSoft)
do not contain separate left and right-hand data. If the LEFT/2
indicator dose not light when one of these disks is loaded, the
performance data for both hands is recorded on the RIGHT
track. In this case, the left and right hand parts can not be in-
dividually cancelled.
® More playback track selection and other features are described
in the “3. PLAYBACK”' section beginning on this page.
Playback Procedure
1. Select the Desired Song Number
Make sure that the disk containing the song you wish to play
is properly loaded in the DOM-30 disk drive. If the SONG
SELECT display is not already showing, press the SONG
SELECT button and use the NO < and P YES buttons or
number buttons to select the song number (1—60) you wish to
play. To use the number buttons, press two buttons in sequence
to select the desired number — e.g. press “0” and then “1” to
select song number 1 (017), or press “2” and then “6” to
select song number 26. You can also select “SONG ALL” by
pressing the NO < button once from the “SONG__NO 1”
display. In this case the DOM-30 will play back all songs on the
disk in sequence, and then start again from the first song.
| SONG ALL |
LJ >» | SONG_NO 1 BB
TRACK TEMPO VOICE VOLUME BEAT
LOO. |
QUANTIZE TRANSPOSE TUNE DISK MIDI
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When any SONG number is selected, the PLAY TRACK
SELECT button indicators corresponding to tracks that contain
data will light, and those tracks will be automatically set to the
playback mode.
. Turn OFF Specific Tracks if Desired
Press the PLAY TRACK SELECT buttons corresponding to
the track or tracks you want to turn OFF — the “de-selected”
track indicators will go out. If the ORCH/3-10 button is press-
ed so that its indicator goes out, all material that was recorded
on tracks 3 through 10 will be OFF. Press the RHYTHM/15
button if you have recorded a rhythm track but do not want to
play it back (see “Recording a Rhythm Track”” on page 12). In
all cases, the playback tracks can be alternately turned ON or
OFF by pressing the appropriate PLAY TRACK SELECT
button.
PLAY TRACK SELECT
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RIGHT LEFT ORCH RHYTHM
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2 3-10 15
It 1s also possible to selectively turn tracks 3 through 10 off or
on. Hold down the FUNCTION button and press the ORCH/
3-10 button to call the following display.
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The numbers “3” through 10” on the display are the track
numbers. An asterisk (*) in place of a track number means that
no data is recorded on that track. Use the REW << and »»
FF buttons to select the desired track number (the selected track
number will blink alternately with a ‘‘ +’’ symbol), then use the
МО < ог № YES button to turn the track OFF (the track
number will disappear), or ON if the track is already OFF.
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When the tracks have been turned on or off as required, press
the FUNCTION button to return to the normal tempo display.
3. Adjust the Tempo if Necessary
With the normal tempo display showing (select by holding
FUNCTION and pressing TEMPO/1 if not already showing),
use the NO < and P YES buttons or number buttons to set the
desired tempo. If this step is skipped the playback tempo will
be the same as that at which the piece was recorded.
TEMPO
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TRACK TEMPO VOICE VOLUME BEAT
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4. Press the START/STOP Button
Playback of the selected tracks begins as soon as the START
button is pressed.
MIDI Information: Playback also starts if a MIDI START command
(FA hexadecimal) is received. This function can be turned on or off
as desired — see the “REMOTE IN” function in the “MIDI CON-
TROL * section on page 18.
Note: If the rhythm accompaniment of a Clavinova connected to
the DOM-30 MIDI OUT connector starts playback at the
same time, set the REMOTE QUT function described on page
18 to “Off.”
5. Stop Playback
Press the START/STOP button to stop playback. Playback will
stop automatically when the end of the recording is reached.
MIDI Information: Playback will also stop if a MIDI STOP message
(FC hexadecimal) is received. This function can be turned on or off
as required — see the “REMOTE IN” function in the ‘“MiDi
CONTROL” section on page 18.
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The PAUSE Button
The DOM-30 PAUSE button functions just like the PAUSE but-
ton on a tape recorder, temporarily stopping playback when it is
pressed. The PAUSE button indicator will light to indicate that the
PAUSE mode is active. Playback resumes from the same point
when the PAUSE button is pressed a second time.
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Rewind and Fast Forward
When the normal tempo display is showing or when the PAUSE
mode is active, the REW «< and PP» FF buttons can be used to
select any measure in the current song. The REW << button steps
backwards through the measures and the DP» FF button steps
forward. Hold either button down for continuous stepping in the
specified direction.
When the START/STOP button is pressed, playback will begin
from the selected measure,
During playback the REW << and PP» FF buttons act as rewind
and fast forward controls. Normal playback resumes from the
point at which the button is released. For convenient cueing, the
playback sound can be heard during fast forward operation.
Phrase Repeat
The DOM-30 Phrase Repeat function makes it possible to place
‘““Phrase Marks’’ at any desired location within a song to define a
number of ‘‘phrases.’’ Any of the defined phrases can then be
selected and repeated automatically.
Phrase Phrase
Beginning mark mark End of
of SONG SONG
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Phrase 01
Phrase 02
1. Placing Phrase Marks
Hold down the FUNCTION button and press the PHRASE
REPEAT button during playback, or with playback PAUSEd
at the desired point in the song, to place a phrase mark at that
location. The REW and FF buttons can be used to precisely
locate the beginning of any measure while in the PAUSE mode.
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Note: This operation can not be carried out if the PHRASE REPEAT
indicator is lit. If the indicator is lit, press the PHRASE REPEAT
button to extinguish it before proceeding.
2. Phrase Repeat Playback
Press the PHRASE REPEAT button while the DOM-30 is
STOPped — the PHRASE button indicator will light, the
START/STOP button indicator will flash, and the following
display will appear:
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PHRASE REPEAT
Use the NO € and » YES buttons or number buttons to select
the desired phrase number, then press the STAR T/STOP but-
ton to begin repeat playback of the selected phrase. The normal
playback display appears during phrase repeat playback.
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Note: If you press the PHRASE REPEAT button during phrase repeat
playback, the normal playback mode will be activated and the
song will continue to play through to the end.
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When you stop phrase repeat playback by pressing the STOP
button, the “PHRASE__REP.”* display reappears so you can
immediately select a different phrase.
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To return to the normal playback mode, press the PHRASE
REPEAT button so that its indicator goes out.
Note: Phrase marks initially contained in Disk Orchestra Collection
data will be played back in same way as described above.
Phrase marks programmed using the procedures described
above, however, will take priority over the pre-programmed
phrase marks. It is not possible to erase pre-programmed
phrase marks on Disk Orchestra Collection disks.
3. Erasing All Phrase Marks
All phrase marks can be erased by holding the FUNCTION
button and pressing the PHRASE REPEAT button for longer
than about three seconds. After the FUNCTION and PHRASE
REPEAT buttons have been held for more than three seconds,
the “MARK ERASE OK?” confirmation display will appear.
Press P YES to erase the phrase marks or NO < to cancel the
erase operation.
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Note: This operation can not be carried out if the PHRASE REPEAT
indicator is lit. If the indicator is lit, press the PHRASE REPEAT
button to extinguish it before proceeding.
Note: All phrase marks are automatically erased when a new SONG
is selected (Pre-programmed phrase marks on Disk Orchestra
Collection disks can not be erased).
Footswitch Functions
An optional Yamaha FC-5 footswitch connected to the rear-panel
FOOT SW. jack can be used for START/PAUSE or NEXT
PHRASE operation. Select the desired function by holding the
FUNCTION button and pressing the footswitch. The “ST/ Pause”
and “Next _Phr” functions are alternately selected each time the
footswitch is pressed while the FUNCTION button is held.
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| Foot_ SW Next_ _Phr |
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tion disk phrase marks may function according to the following
diagram in some cases.
[ Phrase Search |
Start/Pause Operation
When the “ST/Pause” function is selected the footswitch can be
used to START playback from the STOP mode. During playback,
pressing the footswitch once enters the PAUSE mode, and pressing
it again causes playback to CONTINUE from the point at which
it was PAUSEd.
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Next Phrase Operation
When the ““Next__Phr” function is selected the footswitch operates
in conjunction with phrase marks placed within a song as described
in the “3-4: Phrase Repeat” section, above. If the footswitch is
pressed while the song is playing, playback is paused. When the
footswitch is pressed a second time, playback begins from the next
phrase mark rather than from the point at which playback was
paused.
When playing the piano part using one of your Clavinova's voices,
this function makes it possible to play a free solo of any length up
to the beginning of the next phrase after pausing playback.
Note: If you change the song number or insert a different disk, the
Start/Pause mode will be automatically re-selected.
Reverb Effects
The REVERB button provides a number of digital effects that you
can use to add extra depth and warmth to the DOM-30 sound.
Simply press the REVERB button a few times until the indicator
corresponding to the desired effect lights.
Ty ROOM
CO HALLA
{) HALL 2
2 COSMIC
REVERB
OFF [All REVERB indicators off]
No effect is produced.
ROOM [ROOM indicator lit]
This setting adds a reverb effect to the sound that is similar to the
type of acoustic reverberation you would hear in a medium-size
room,
HALL 1 [HALL 1 indicator lit]
For a more spacious reverb sound, use the HALL setting. This
effect simulates the natural reverberation of a medium-size
concert hall.
HALL 2 [HALL 2 indicator lit]
HALL 2 simulates the reverb of a very large concert hall.
COSMIC [COSMIC indicator lit]
COSMIC is a dynamic reverb effect in which the reverb sound
seems to bounce back and forth across the stereo sound field.
ESSENTIAL RECORDING PREPARATIONS
— Formatting Disks and MIDI Channel Matching —
3. Select the DISK FORMAT Function
The DISK FORMAT function is one of the DOM-30’s DISK
If you intend to record your own music disks using the DOM-30, CONTROL functions. It can be accessed by holding down the
read this section carefully before going on to the next section. FUNCTION button and pressing the DISK/8 button a few
times until the DISK FORMAT display appears.
IE) Formatting a New Disk + +, ( sona COPY X=
The music data that you record using the DOM-30 is stored on a Ll |
3.5" floppy disk loaded into the DOM-30 disk drive unit. The | sona DELETE |
DOM-30 uses only 3.5” 2DD type floppy disks. We recommend
that you use Yamaha 2DD disks. Before you can use a new disk
for recording, the disk must be “formatted”” so that the DOM-30 = COPY В
can recognize it and correctly write the music data onto it.
1. Turn the Power ON | DISK FORMAT
If you haven't already done so, connect the AC adapter and
turn the power ON as folows:
First plug the DC output cable from the AC adapter unit into y, В
the DOM-30 DC-IN jack, then plug the AC adapter’s AC plug Note: If the PROTECT! display appears, this usually means that
into a convenient AC outlet. After the AC adapter has been the loaded disk’s write protect tab is ON. Remove the disk
: (by pushing the button on the disk drive) and slide the write
properly connected, turn the DOM-30 power switch ON. The protect tab to the OFF position, then start again from the
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LED next to the LCD display will begin to flash and the follow- beginning of the format operation. (Pre-recorded “Disk
ing display will appear on the LCD panel: Orchestra Collection’’ disks and disks recorded on a Yamaha
Disklavier are specially protected and cannot be formatted).
C1 ( 0001 j= 120 } 4. Start the Format Operation
Once the DISK FORMAT function has been selected and you
release the FUNCTION and DISK/8 buttons, the DOM-30 will
9 Insert a New Blank Disk ask you to confirm the format operation with the “FORMAT
75 $
Make sure that the disk's write protect tab is set to the “write” START?” display.
position (tab closed), and insert the new disk into the disk drive
unit with the metallic door facing the drive slot and the label [ FORMAT START ? В
side of the disk facing upward. The disk should click securely
into place, and the disk drive lamp should light briefly.
Press the YES button to confirm the format operation. The
DOM-30 will then ask you to press the START button.
с» ( PusH START SW |
> YES
Write Protect tab .
——— Press the START button and the formatting operation will
actually begin. The display will then count down from 80 to 1
as the format operation progresses (the disk is formatted with
80 “tracks” — which are not related to the DOM-30 record
tracks).
Write Protect OFF
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START: STOP
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| Format 01 |
After the last disk track has been formatted (“FORMAT 01”),
, the format operation ends and the DOM-30 switches automatical-
Every time you insert a brand new unformatted disk, the ly to the SONG SELECT mode.
“Unformat DISK!!”” message will appear on the DOM-30
display. This informs you that the DOM-30 cannot identity the
disk you have inserted and must be formatted before it can be
used for recording with the DOM-30
Note: Disks can be ejected from the drive by pressing the button
near the disk drive door. NEVER eject a disk, however, while
the disk drive lamp is lit.
MIDI & Channel Matching
A Brief Introduction to MIDI
MIDI, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface, is a world-standard
communication interface that allows MIDI-compatible musical
instruments and equipment to share musical information and
control one another. This makes it possible to create “systems” of
MIDI instruments and equipment that offer far greater versatility
and control than is available with isolated instruments. For
example, most MIDI keyboards transmit note and velocity (touch
response) information via the MIDI OUT connector whenever a
note is played on the keyboard. This MIDI data can be convenient-
ly recorded and then played back by a device such as the DOM-30
Disk Orchestra Module. When the recorded data is played back,
the MIDI keyboard connected to the MIDI OUT terminal of the
DOM-30 and/or the DOM-30 internal tone generator automatical-
ly “plays” the recorded performance in precise detail.
MIDI Channels and the DOM-30
The MIDI system allows transmission and reception of MIDI data
on 16 different channels. The DOM-30 actually handles channels
I through 10 and channel 15, corresponding to its recordable
tracks — tracks 1 through 10 and track 15. Data recorded on
track 1 is played back on MIDI channel 1, data recorded on
track 2 is played back on MIDI channel 2, and so on.
MIDI OUT y MID! IN
MIDI OUT| Y MIDI IN =
Multiple channels allow selective control of a number of devices or
instruments at once. For example, the DOM-30 could be used to
“play” two or more different instruments or tone generators. One
of the instruments or tone generators could be set to receive only
on channel 1, while the other is set to receive on channel 2. In this
situation the first instrument or tone generator will respond onl
to channel-1 information transmitted by the DOM-30, while the
second instrument or tone generator will respond only to channel-2
information. This allows the DOM-30 to ““play”” several complete-
ly different parts on the receiving instruments or tone generators.
Tone Generator Module
MIDI OUT MIDI IN EMT-1 FM Sound
DOM-30 a Expander
Set to receive on MIDI
channel 2
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Set to receive on MIDI channel 1
In the same way, the DOM-30 can play its own internal voices. If
the rear-panel SEND CHANNEL switch is set to “1-2,” for exam-
ple, the track/channel 1 and track/channel 2 data is transmitted via
the MIDI OUT connector and can be used to drive an external
keyboard such as a Clavinova, while the remaining tracks/channels
(3—10 and 15) drive the DOM-30's own internal tone generator.
SEND
CHANNEL
1-2 ALL
If the SEND CHANNEL switch is set to “ALL,” the data from
all tracks is transmitted via MIDI OUT on the corresponding MIDI
channels, and the internal tone generator voices assigned to the
those tracks/channels are controlled at the same time.
Note: If you intend to record using only the DOM-30 voices, discon-
nect the MIDI cable from the -30 MIDI QUT connector.
SEND
CHANNEL
1-2 ALL
You can assign any of the DOM-30's 100 voices to each track by
using the VOICE function described on page 13. Track 15,
however, can only be used to record and play the DOM-30 rhythm
(percussion) sounds as described in “5-6: Recording a Rhythm
Track’ on page 12.
[ TRo1 VOICE 2 |
| REC TRACK RHYTHM |
Channel Matching and the DOM-30
In any MIDI setup, the MIDI channels of the transmitting and
receiving equipment must be matched for proper data transfer.
An “OMNI” receive mode is also available, which allows recep-
tion on all 16 MIDI channels. In the OMNI mode it is not necessary
to match the receive channel of the receiving device to the transmit
channel of the transmitting device.
If you are about to make your first recording on the DOM-30,
there is no need to make any special settings since the DOM-30 is
automatically set to receive in the OMNI mode when the power is
first turned ON. It therefore doesn’t matter what channel your
keyboard is set to transmit on.
When your recording is played back, however, the DOM-30 will
transmit the data from each track on the correspondingly numbered
MIDI channel, as described in the previous section. To reproduce
a number of tracks via your keyboard (right- and left-hand
keyboard parts recorded on tracks 1 and 2, for example), your
keyboard should be set to receive in the OMNI! mode. Otherwise,
the various voices on your keyboard should be independently set
to receive on the appropriate MIDI channels. Refer to your key-
board operation manual for details on MIDI channel selection.
Refer to the ‘8. MIDI CONTROL?’ section of this manual for
more important information on setting the DOM-30 MIDI receive
mode and receive channel,
® The MIDI THRU connector simply re-transmits any data received at
the MIDI IN connector, so the MIDI QUT data from the keyboard can
be simultaneously sent to other MIDI equipment via the THRU
connector.
Note: Always use high-quality MIDI cables to connect MID! OUT and
MIDI IN terminals. Never use MIDI cables longer than about 15
meters, since cables longer than this can pick up noise which
can cause data errors.
RECORDING
— Recording Musical Data Using the DOM-30 —
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4. Turn On the Metronome Sound |
After selecting the desired song number, press the FUNCTION
The setup for recording with the DOM-30 and a Clavinova 1s button or SONG SELECT button to return to the normal |
basically the same as the playback system shown on page 3, tempo display.
except that an additional MIDI cable must be connected from |
the Clavinova MIDI OUT to the DOM-30 MIDI IN connector.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: If you haven't read the previous
section — “ESSENTIAL RECORDING PREPARATIONS”
— please go back and do so before attempting to record.
1. Make Necessary MIDI Connections
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SONG SELECT
Note: If you intend to record using only the DOM-30 voices, discon-
nect the MIDI cable from the DOM-30 MIDI QUT connector.
Now press the METRONOME button to turn the metronome
sound on so that it will be easy to set the required tempo. The
METRONOME button indicator will light, and the metronome
will sound on each beat. Pressing the METRONOME button -
alternately turns the metronome sound ON and OFF
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CRISTO 5. Press the RECORD Button
Г If you press and hold the RECORD button, the amount of free
space on the currently loaded disk will be shown on the display.
2. Load a Formatted Disk
If you haven’t already done so, make sure that a properly RECORD
formatted disk is loaded into the DOM-30 disk drive, and that
the disk’s write protect tab is set to the “write” position (tab e DD EXT FREE В
closed).
A single disk can record a total of approximately 700 kilobytes
(a kilobyte is 1,024 bytes) of data — sufficient for many long
and complicated performances. In terms of notes, approximately
50,000 notes can be recorded continuously. This number will
vary, however, depending on the number of pedal operations |
performed, volume changes, etc.
Note: Pre-recorded ‘‘Disk Orchestra Collection” disks and disks
recorded on a Yamaha Disklavier are specially protected and
cannot be recorded using the DOM-30. If you attempt to
record on one of these disks, the "PROTECTI!”” message will
appear and recording will not be possible.
3. Select a Song Number
When a properly formatted disk is loaded into the DOM-30, the
SONG SELECT mode will be automatically selected (this will
also happen if the power is turned ON when a formatted disk
is already in the drive). 6
| SONG__NO 1
. Select a Record Track
) While still holding the RECORD button, use the NO < and №
YES buttons to selected the desired record track number (1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10). It is also possible to select track
numbers by pressing the PLAY TRACK SELECT buttons:
If the “SONG__NO”* display is not showing (i.e. a different
mode has been selected), the SONG SELECT mode can be
selected simply by pressing the SONG SELECT button.
Use the NO 4 and » YES buttons or number buttons (0
through 9) to select a SONG NUMBER between 1 and 60 for
the piece you are about to record (up to 60 different songs, each
with a different song number, can be recorded on a single disk).
To use the number buttons, press two buttons in sequence to
select the desired number — e.g. press ‘0’ and then “1” to
select song number 1 (“01”), or press 2” and then “6” to
select song number 26. Make sure the song number you select
has not already been used for a song previously recorded on the
disk vou are using.
“RIGHT/1” selects track 1, “LEFT/2” selects track 2, and
“ORCH/3-10 select a track between 3 and 10 (press the
ORCH/3-10 button a few times until the desired track number
appears on the display).
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| REC TRACK RHYTHM |
| REC TRACK MULTI |
Note that you can also select “REC TRACK RHYTHM?
(PLAY TRACK SELECT “15” button) or “REC TRACK
MULTI” at this stage. These functions will be described in the
“Recording a Rhythm Track” and “Multi-Timbre Recording”
sections beginning on page 12 and 13.
Obviously, the most logical approach to track selection is to
start with the accompaniment tracks (bass, chords, rhythm,
etc.) which should be recorded on track 3 and above. Record
the melody (piano) part last on tracks 1 and 2.
Note: It's best to record parts that will be played back using the
Clavinova voices (i.e. the piano part) on tracks 1 and 2. If the
SEND CHANNEL switch is set to “1-2,” the DOM-30 internal
tone generator will not sound at the same time as the
Clavinova voice when recording or rehearsing these tracks.
. Release the RECORD Button to Activate RECORD
READY
When you release the RECORD button the DOM-30 will enter
the RECORD READY mode — The REC button indicator will
be lit and the START/STOP button indicator will be flashing.
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. Set the Desired Tempo
Use the NO « and » YES buttons or number buttons to set
the desired tempo. The selected tempo will be displayed on the
LCD panel in beats per minute (the range is from 32 to 280
beats per minute), and the metronome will sound at the
corresponding tempo.
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Note: The “standard'” tempo of 120 beats per minute can be
recalled at any time when the tempo display is showing by
pressing both the NO < and > YES buttons at the same
time. If one or more tracks of the current song have already
been recorded, pressing the NO 4 and P YES buttons recalls
the original tempo of the song.
. Select the Desired Time Signature
If you want to record in standard 4/4 time you can skip this step
since the DOM-30 is automatically set to 4/4 time whenever it
is turned ON. If you want to record in 3/4, 2/4 or 6/8 time,
however, the “BEAT” function will have to be set as follows.
First, select the BEAT function by holding down the FUNCTION
button and pressing the BEA T/4 button.
BEAT
FUNCTION d=
Then, use the NO < and » YES buttons to select the desired
time signature.
NO > YES
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Note: The BEAT function (time signature) can only be set before
recording the first track in a new song.
Note: If you have any special settings you need to make on your
keyboard before recording — volume, effects, etc. — make
them after activating the DOM-30 RECORD READY mode.
This causes settings which are also transmitted as MIDI
messages to be recorded so that these same settings are
automatically reinstated when the recording is played back
10. Play
Recording will begin automatically as soon as the first note is
played on the keyboard.* You can also start recording by press-
ing the START/STOP button. Both the RECORD and START/
STOP button indicators will be lit continuously while recording.
The current measure number will be shown on the LCD display
as you record,
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There are no special recording requirements. Simply play on the
keyboard as you normally do.
* MIDI Information: If you're familiar with MIDI, you might be
interested to know that this is because the DOM-30 is set up to
start recording the instant a MIDI KEY ON message is received.
Recording also starts if a MIDI START command (FA in hex-
adecimal) is received, but this function can be turned on or off as
desired — see the “REMOTE IN” function in the “MIDI CONTROL”
section on page 18.
Note: If the rhythm accompaniment of a Clavinova connected to
the DOM-30 MIDI OUT connector starts playback at the
same time, set the REMOTE OUT function described on page
18 to “Off.”
11. Stop Recording
Press the RECORD button or the START/STOP button to
stop recording,* At this point the RECORD button indicator
will flash and the DOM-30 will ask you whether you want to
store the data you just recorded to the floppy disk.
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START/STOP RECORD
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If you think the recording went OK and you do want to store
the data, press the » YES button. The “NOW Working”
display will appear while the data is being written to the disk.
If you want to cancel the recording, simply press the NO «<
button (if you press NO < any previous data on the current 10
track will be left untouched).
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When the “NOW Working” display disappears and the
RECORD button indicator goes out your data has been safely
stored to disk and the recording (this track, at least) is complete.
Please note that any previous data on the current track (1 through
10} will be erased when newly recorded data is stored.
* MIDI Information: Recording will also stop if a MIDI STOP message
{FC hexadecimal} is received. This function can be turned on or
off as required — see the “REMOTE IN” function in the “MID!
CONTROL” section on page 18.
Note: Recording will stop automatically if the disk memory capaci-
ty is reached, and the “DISK FULL” message will appear on
the LCD. If this occurs the data you are currently recording
will be erased. You can either delete one or more unwanted
SONGs to make more room on the disk (see "SONG DELETE"
on page 15) or copy some songs to a new disk (“SONG
COPY” on page 15).
Recording a New Track
When you've finished recording the first track, you can simply play
it back as described in “3. PLAYBACK,” or record a new track.
To record a new track, select a record track that has not been used
yet (if you record to the same track again, the previously recorded
material will be erased and the new material will be recorded in its
place), and record in the same way as described in the previous
section. You can assign any of the DOM-30’s 100 voices to the
track you are about to record by using the VOICE function
described on page 13.
It is possible to rehearse a part before actually recording it using
the DOM-30 voices as follows:
1. While holding the FUNCTION button, press the TRACK/0
button as many times as is necessary to select the track you will
record.
2. Select the desired DOM-30 voice using the VOICE function
described on page 13.
3. Play back the previously recorded parts and rehearse the new
part to be recorded.
4. When you're ready to record, select the record track by using
the PLAY TRACK SELECT buttons while holding the RECORD
button.
5. Play and record the new part.
Previously recorded tracks are automatically set to the playback
mode when you select a new record track, so you'll be able to
record the new track while listening to the previously recorded
material. You could also use the PLAY TRACK SELECT buttons
to turn playback of any previously recorded track or tracks off if
desired (see “2. Turn OFF Specific Tracks if Desired” in the ““3.
PLAYBACK” section on page 4).
Note: When recording you might want to engage your Clavinova's
“Local Control OFF” function so that playing the keyboard does
not produce the Clavinova sound at the same time as the
DOM-30 voice you are recording. Refer to your Clavinova
owner's manual for instructions on engaging the Local Control
OFF mode.
Note: If your Clavinova features the Multi-Timbre Mode, it should be
turned ON to hear the Clavinova sound while recording a new
track. Refer to your Clavinova owner's manual for instructions
on engaging the Multi-Timbre Mode.
Changing the Initial Tempo,
Voice and Volume
It is possible to change the tempo of a previously-recorded song,
as well as the voices and volume of each track.
1. Select the Song To Be Modified
2. Select the Track To Be Modified
Select the track for which the voice or volume is to be changed
by holding the RECORD button and using the NO «< and >
YES or PLAY TRACK SELECT buttons.
Although it is not necessary to select a track in order to change
the tempo, the above procedure must be carried cut in order to
activate the record ready mode.
Caution: Do not press the START button. If you do, the recorded
data will be erased.
3. Select the Function To Be Modified
Press the button corresponding to the function to be changed
(TEMPO/1, YOICE/2, or VOLUME/3) while holding the
FUNCTION button (the VOICE and VOLUME functions are
described in detail on pages 13 and 14).
Initial Tempo Display
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Initial Voice Display
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Initial Volume Display
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4. Change the Initial Setting
Use the NO < and YES № or number buttons to change the
initial setting as required.
5. Press the Record Button To Enter the Stop Mode
The “ARE YOU SURE?” display will appear when you press
the RECORD button — press the NO « or P YES button as
required. If you press PM YES, the data will be stored and the
STOP mode will be activated after a few seconds.
I] The TEMPO CHANGE Function
You'll notice that if some data has already been recorded in a song,
a “TEMPO CHANGE" display will appear following ‘REC
TRACK 10” when selecting a record track using the RECORD
button and ORCH/3-10 button, or following “REC TRACK
RHYTHM” when using the NO < and P YES buttons to select a
record track. If you choose this function and then begin record-
ing, you can use the NO < and > YES buttons or number buttons
to change the tempo of the recorded material as it plays. This
allows you to add ritardando, rubato and other tempo-related
effects to your recordings.
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Punch-in Recording
Punch-in recording is an extremely handy feature that lets you re-
record a section of a previously recorded track — one measure,
several measures or many — without having to re-record the entire
track.
The point at which you begin recording the new material within
the recorded track is called the ‘‘punch-in point,” and the point at
which you finish recording is called the “punch-out point.”
PUNCH-IN PUNCH-OUT
POINT POINT
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PREVIOUSLY RECORDED | PREVIOUSLY RECORDED
MATERIAL MATERIAL
NEW MATERIAL
To use the DOM-30 punch-in recording function, you must first
specify the punch-in and punch-out points and then record, as
follows: |
1. Set the PUNCH-IN Point
Play back the recording (see instructions in the “3. PLAY-
BACK” section) and press the PUNCH IN/OUT button at the
point at which you want to begin recording. The PUNCH IN/
OUT button indicator will begin to flash.
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PUNCH NOT
Note: It is also possible to set the punch-in point by pressing the
PUNCH IN/OUT button while playback is PAUSEd at the
desired location. The REW and FF buttons can be used to
precisely locate the beginning of any measure while in the
PAUSE mode.
2. Set the PUNCH-OUT Point
With the recording still playing, press the PUNCH IN/OUT
button a second time at the point at which you want to finish
recording. The PUNCH IN/OUT button indicator will now
light continuously to indicate that both the PUNCH-IN and
PUNCH-OUT points have been selected.
If you do not set the punch-out point and allow the song to play
through all the way to the end, the PUNCH-IN/OUT indicator
will light continuously when the end is reached. In this case
punch-in recording will continue until the START/STOP
button is pressed, making it possible to extend the length of
the recording.
Note: Fast forward and rewind operations cannot be carried out while
the PUNCH IN/OUT indicator is lit,
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PUNCH IN/OUT
Note: As with the punch-in point, it is also possible to set the
punch-out point by pressing the PUNCH IN/OUT button while
playback is PAUSEd at the desired location {using the REW
and FF buttons to locate the beginning of the desired
measure, if necessary).
3. Record
If you now record in the normal way while the PUNCH IN/
OUT button indicator is lit (with the record track you want to
punch into selected, of course), actual recording will begin at
the selected punch-in point and end at the punch-out point.
Previously recorded material prior to the punch-in point and
following the punch-out point will be left untouched. The
PUNCH IN/OUT button indicator will flash during recording
between the punch-in and punch-out points, and will light con-
tinuously again following the punch-out point.
At this point the punch-in and punch-out points are still
memorized and the punch-in recording mode is still active so
you can run the punch-in operation again immediately on the
same or a different track.
4. Turn Off the PUNCH-IN RECORD Mode
Press the PUNCH IN/OUT button to turn off its indicator and
disengage the punch-in recording mode.
Recording a Rhythm Track
As you've already seen, the DOM-30 has tracks numbered 1 through
10 and a RHYTHM track numbered 15. The reason for this track
number is simply that Yamaha Clavinovas and other MIDI
keyboards that are capable of handling rhythm data use MIDI
channel 15 to transmit and receive the rhythm data.
To record a rhythm track, simply select “REC TRACK RHYTHM?’
at the record track selection stage and record in the normal way,
playing the DOM-30 percussion instruments via the corresponding
notes on your keyboard. The chart below shows which DOM-30
percussion instruments are assigned to which keys.
[ REC TRACK RHYTHM |
TRIANGLE OPEN
TRIANGLE CLOSED BRUSH ROLL
TAMBOURINE CRASH CYMBAL
ELECTRONIC TOM 2
N
AGOGO HIGH BONGO LOW
AGOGO LOW HAND CLAPS
CUICA HIGH
ii CUICA LOW
CASTANETS TIMBALE HIGH
CLAVES TIMBALE LOW
BONGO
METRONOME CONGA HIGH
CABASA
CONGA LOW
ELECTRONIC TOM 1
ELECTRONIC TOM 2
ELECTRONIC TOM 3
TOM 1
TOM 2
TOM 3
TOM 4
SNARE DRUM ECHO
SNARE DRUM LIGHT
SNARE DRUM HEAVY
BASS DRUM
CRASH CYMBAL
CRASH CYMBAL
RIDE CYMBAL
HI-HAT OPEN
HI-HAT CLOSED
HI-HAT PEDAL
BRUSH SHOT
RIM SHOT
SNARE DRUM +RIM LIGHT
SNARE DRUM +RIM HEAVY
BASS DRUM LIGHT
RIDE CYMBAL CUP
CRASH CYMBAL LIGHT
HI-HAT CLOSED HEAVY
BRUSH ROLL
Note: These key assignments are fine if you have a full-size keyboard
(.e. 88 keys), but if you have a shorter 76-key keyboard you
should use the DOM-30 RHYTHM KEY NUMBER function to shift
the percussion instruments down to a lower range. Refer to
8-3: RHYTHM KEY NUMBER" on page 17 of the “8. MIDI
CONTROL” section,
You can record on the RHYTHM track over and over again
without erasing previously recorded material, so you can easily
build up complex rhythm patterns. If previous material exists on
the rhythm track when you enter the record mode, the “OVER
DUBBING?” display will appear, asking you if you want to leave
the previous material as it is (‘‘overdubbing’’ means to recorded
over previous material without erasing it). Press the >? YES button
if you want to overdub, or the NO < button if you want to erase
the previous data.
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5. RECORDING
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Previously recorded tracks are automatically set to the playback
mode when you record the rhythm track, so you’ll be able to record
the rhythm track while listening to the previously recorded material.
You could also use the PLAY TRACK SELECT buttons to turn
playback of any previously recorded track or tracks off if desired
(see 2. Turn OFF Specific Tracks if Desired’’ in the ‘3. PLAY-
BACK” section on page 4).
Note: When recording the rhythm track you might want to engage your
Clavinova's “Local Control OFF” function so that playing the
keyboard does not produce the Clavinova sound at the same
time as the DOM-30 percussion voices you are recording. Refer
to your Clavinova owner's manual for instructions on engaging
the Local Control OFF mode.
Multi-Timbre Recording
If you select the “REC TRACK MULTI” display when selecting
a record track, the DOM-30 is set to record in the “Multi-Timbre”*
mode. This means that all tracks can be recorded simultaneously
via the corresponding MIDI channels. In other words, data receiv-
ed on MIDI channel 1 will be recorded on DOM-30 track 1, data
received on channel 2 will be recorded on track 2, etc. As usual,
the data will then be transmitted on the corresponding MIDI chan-
nels (and, of course, to the corresponding internal voices) when the
recording is played back.
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DOM-30
Channel-1 data —_— — — | Record track 1
Channel-2 data — > Record track 2
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Record track 10
Record track 15
Channel-10 data —
Channel-15 data ——
Note: The DOM-30 records data received on all 16 MIDI channels
(1 through 18), and plays the data back on the same channels
in this mode only.
One way to take advantage of this feature is to record the left- and
right-hand parts from a Clavinova simultaneously on tracks 1 and
2. The Clavinova should be set up so that the bass (left-hand) part
is transmitted on MIDI channel 2, and the melody (right-hand)
part is transmitted on MIDI channel 1 (split send mode). Then if
you record using the “REC TRACK MULTI” mode, the bass part
and melody part will be simultaneously recorded on tracks 2 and
1, respectively. Then, when you play the recording back, the
DOM-30 “R1” and “L2” PLAY TRACK SELECT buttons can be
used to turn the left- or right-hand parts on or off so you can
conveniently practice either part.
The “REC TRACK MULTI” mode can be used to record data from
any other MIDI instrument or device that transmits several chan-
nels at once.
Note: Previous data on all tracks will be erased when new data is
recorded using the MULTI mode.
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Voice Number Conversion
Disks recorded on the DOM-30 can be played back on a Yamaha
CVP-70 or CVP-50 Clavinova if the songs they contain are first
converted to the appropriate format using the Voice Number
Conversion function,
Note: Voice Number Conversion is not reversible (some of the voice
assignments may change if you play back a converted song on
the DOM-30), so if you want to keep a song for use with the
DOM-30, use the SONG COPY function (see page 15) to make a
copy of the song, then use the Voice Number Conversion func-
tion on the copy.
With the disk to be converted inserted in the DOM-30 disk drive
(it’s write protect tab must also be set to the write enable position),
press the DISK/8 and MIDI/9 buttons simultaneously while hold-
ing the FUNCTION button.
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When you release the FUNCTION, DISK/8 and MIDI/9 buttons,
the DOM-30 will ask you to specify the song number to be con-
verted. Use the NO < and P YES buttons or number buttons to
select the song number to be converted.
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Press the START/STOP. The DOM-30 will respond with “ARE
YOU SURE?”. Press the P YES button to execute the conversion
operation.
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OTHER RECORD/PLAY
FUNCTIONS
__ Quantization, Voice/Volume Changes & _
Transposition
This section will describe the record and playback functions access-
ed by the FUNCTION and number buttons that have not been
previously covered.
The normal track and tempo display is described in both the 5.
RECORDING” and “3. PLAYBACK’ sections. The BEAT func-
tion is described in detail in “9. Select the Desired Time Signature”
on page 10 of the “5. RECORDING” section.
TRACK TEMPO VOICE VOLUME BEAT
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VOICE
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This function makes it possible to change the voice played by the
currently selected track.
6. OTHER RECORD/PLAY FUNCTIONS
TE EE ES
With the appropriate track selected, call the VOICE function and
use the NO < and > YES buttons or number buttons to select the
desired voice number. When the selected track is controlling an
external keyboard or tone generator, the voice corresponding to
the voice number you select will depend on the particular keyboard
and/or tone generator unit you are using. If the selected track is
controlling the DOM-30 tone generator, the names of the voices
corresponding to each voice number are listed in the VOICE list at
the top of the control panel.
A different track can be selected while the VOICE function is selected
by holding the FUNCTION button and pressing the TRACK/0
button a few times until the desired track number appears.
NO. NAME NO. NAME NO. NAME
0 PIANO 1 34 HARPSICHORD 2 68 BAGPIPE
1 PIANO 2 35 HARPSICHORD 3 69 HARMONICA
2 HONKY TONK PIANO 36 E.BASS 1* 70 ACCORDION
3 E.PIANO 1 37 E.BASS 2* 71 SYNTH1*
4 E.PIANO 2 38 E.BASS 3* 72 SYNTH 2
5 E.PIANO 3 39 SLAP BASS" 73 SYNTH 3*
6 E.PIANO 4 40 SYNTH BASS 1* 74 SYNTH 4*
7 SYNTH PIANO 41 SYNTH BASS 2+ 75 SYNTH 5*
8 CELESTA 42 SYNTH BASS 3* 76 DRUMS
9 MARIMBA 43 UPRIGHT BASS 1* 77 TIMPANI/STEEL DR
10 BAMBOO MARIMBA* 144 UPRIGHT BASS 2* 78 AFRICAN PFRCUS*
11 KALIMBA* 45 UPRIGHT BASS 3* 79 GAMELAN*
12 VIBES 46 VIOLIN/CELLO 80 CHOIR
13 MUSIC BOX* 47 PIZZICATO 81 SYNTH VOX 1
14 SYNTH CRYSTAL 48 STRINGS 1 82 SYNTH VOX 2*
15 CLAVI* 49 STRINGS 2 83 ow!*
16 SYNTH CLAVI* 50 SYNTH STRINGS 1 84 AQUA*
17 JAZZ ORGAN 1 51 SYNTH STRINGS 2 85 LANDSCAPE*
18 JAZZ ORGAN 2 52 ORCHESTRA HIT* 86 ICE BLOCK*
19 ROCK ORGAN 53 TRUMPET/TROMBONE* 87 CRYSTAL BLOCK*
20 PIPE ORGAN 64 MUTE TRUMPET* 88 SAMBA WHISTLE*
21 FOLK GUITAR* b5 HORN 89 BIRDS*
22 12 STR.GUITAR* 56 BRASS 1* 90 HAMMER SHOT*
23 ACOU. GUITAR 57 BRASS 2* 91 INVADER*
24 JAZZ GUITAR" 58 SYNTH BRASS 1* 92 SHOCK ALARM
25 ROCK GUITAR 1* 59 SYNTH BRASS 2* 93 WATER DROP*
26 ROCK GUITAR 2* 60 SYNTH BRASS 3* 94 EMERGENCY
27 DISTORTION GUITAR" 61 SAX* 95 ZING
28 MUTE GUITAR™ 62 CLARINET 96 RACING CIRCUIT
29 BANJO 63 RECORDER 97 SCRAPE
30 SITAR* 64 FLUTE 98 CONSTRUCTION
31 HARP 65 PAN FLUTE 99 WAVE
32 KOTO* 66 OBOE
33 HARPSICHORD 1 67 BASSOON
Voices marked with an asterisk {*} accept pitch bend control.
VOLUME
VOLUME
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With this function you can easily change the playback volume of
the currently selected track. The VOLUME function can be used
to achieve the desired volume balance between different tracks.
With the appropriate track selected, call the VOLUME function
and use the NO < and » YES buttons or number buttons to select
the desired volume level. A setting of “0” produces minimum
volume while a setting of *‘100’’ produces maximum volume.
A different track can be selected while the VOLUME function is
selected by holding the FUNCTION button and pressing the
TRACK button a few times until the desired track number appears.
QUANTIZE
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The QUANTIZE function makes it simple to achieve perfect note
timing by automatically aligning notes in a recorded track to a
specific timing that you specify. You can specify quantization to
1/4 notes, 1/8th notes, 1/8th note triplets, 16th notes, 16th note
triplets or 1/32nd notes. All notes in the selected track will be
shifted so that they line up precisely with the nearest beat of the
specified length.
Call the QUANTIZE function, use the NO < and P YES buttons
to select the desired QUANTIZE value (see chart below), and press
the START/STOP button. The DOM-30 will then ask you which
track you want to quantize. Select the desired track using the NO
«€ and P YES buttons, then press the START/STOP button to
execute the QUANTIZE operation.
QUANTIZE NOTE VALUE
1/4 1/4 notes
1/8 1/8th notes
1/12 1/8th note triplets
1/16 1/16th notes
1/24 1/16th note triplets
1/32 1/32nd notes
Note: So you have a backup in case QUANTIZE dose not produce the
results you require, itis a good idea to use the SONG COPY func-
tion to make a copy of the song to be quantized prior to using
the QUANTIZE function.
[31] OUT TRANSPOSE
TRANSPOSE
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The OUT TRANSPOSE function makes it possible to transpose
the pitch of all notes played back by the DOM-30 (except for the
RHYTHM track) up or down in semitone steps by a maximum of
plus or minus six semitones. A setting of +4, for example, raises
the overall playback pitch by an interval of a major third (four
semitones). This function does not affect the recorded data.
Use the NO < and P YES buttons to select the desired degree of
transposition,
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Note: Hold FUNCTION and press TRANSPOSE/6 twice to call IN
Transpose.
IN TRANSPOSE allows musical data to be transposed as it is
being recorded, so that the transposed data is actually recorded by
the DOM-30 (except for the RHYTHM track). The transposition
range is the same as for the OUT TRANSPOSE function: a max-
imum of plus or minus six semitones in semitone steps. A setting
of -6, for example, lowers the recorded pitch by an interval of a
diminished fifth (six semitones).
Use the NO < and » YES buttons to select the desired degree of
transposition.
EJ TUNE
TUNE
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This function allows overall tuning of the SOM-30 tone generator
(except rhythm voices) over a +50 cent range in 3-cent steps.
100 cents equals one semitone, so the total tuning range is one
semitone. When the power is initially turned ON, TUNING is
automatically set to concert pitch: A3 =440 Hz.
Use the NO < and P YES buttons to tune as required.
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DISK CONTROL
— Copying & Deleting Songs, Copying Disks —
The DOM-30 DISK CONTROL functions allow copying and delet-
ing songs, copying entire disks, and formatting new disks. The
DISK FORMAT operation has been described in detail in ““Format-
ting a New Disk” on page 7. The remaining DISK CONTROL
functions are described below.
To select a DISK CONTROL function, hold down the FUNC-
TION button and press the DISK/8 button. A new DISK CON-
TROL function is selected each time the DISK/8 button is pressed.
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Copying Songs
Song data can ‘‘backed up’’ by copying to a new song number or
a different disk, as follows:
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Select the SONG COPY Function
Hold down the FUNCTION button and press the DISK/8
button a few times until the SONG COPY display appears.
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. Select the ‘’Source’’ Song
When you release the FUNCTION button after selecting the
SONG COPY function, the following display will appear:
( FROM 1 TO 1 )
Use the NO < and P YES buttons or number buttons to select
the number of the source song (i.e. the song which is to be
copied to a new song number or disk).
TRACK TEMPO VOICE VOLUME BEAT
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. Select the “Target” Song Number.
After selecting the source song number, press the START/
STOP button and select the target song number* (the new song
number to which the source song is to be copied).
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* A target song number between 101 and 160 causes the copy to
be made to a different disk. For example, if you select “106” as
the target song number, the source song will be copied to song
number ''6” on a different disk. When you START the copy
operation, the DOM-30 will tell you when to insert the “TARGET
DISK’ (the disk to which the song is being copied) or the
“SOURCE DISK” {the disk from which the song is being copied)
as necessary. When copying to a new disk, make sure your
target disk has been properly formatted by the DOM-30, and that
its write protect tab is set to the write-enable position.
. Start the Copy Operation
Press the START/STOP to actually begin the copy operation.
If you copy to a song number that already contains data, that
data will be overwritten by the new song data. To prevent
accidental erasure of previous material, the DOM-30 will ask
“ARE YOU SURE ?”” if you have picked a target song number
that already contains data. Press the > YES button if you want
to go ahead with the copy operation, or the NO < button to
cancel.
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Note: When copying to a different disk, the source and target disks
may have to be exchanged several times until the entire copy
is complete. Follow the DOM-30's “INSERT SOURCE!” and
“INSERT TARGET!” instructions until the entire song has
been copied.
Note: If you incorrectly insert the source or target disk, or insert a
completely different disk, the “CHANGE DISKI!* message
will appear prompting you to insert the correct disk.
Deleting a Song
You can delete any song from a loaded disk as follows:
1. Select the SONG DELETE Function
Hold down the FUNCTION button and press the DISK/8
button a few times until the SONG DELETE display appears.
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. Select the Song to Delete.
When you release the FUNCTION button after selecting the
SONG DELETE function, the following display will appear:
| DELETE SONG ++ |
Use the NO < and P YES buttons or number buttons to select
the song number you wish to delete.
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. Start the Delete Operation.
Press the START/STOP button to actually delete the selected
song. To prevent accidental erasure, the DOM-30 will ask
“ARE YOU SURE ?” at this point. Press the > YES button
if you want to go ahead with the delete operation, or the NO
«€ button to cancel.
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Copying Disks
1. Insert the Disk to be Copied
2. Select the DISK COPY Function
Hold down the FUNCTIÓN button and press the DISK/8
button a few times until the DISK COPY display appears.
[ DISK COPY ]
When you release the FUNCTION button after selecting the
DISK COPY function, the “NOW READING ...” display will
appear while the DOM-30 reads the source disk.
| Now READING ... ] |
Then, after the DOM-30 has read as much material as will fit
in its internal memory, the “INSERT TARGET!” display will
appear.
[ INSERT TARGET ! В
3. Insert the TARGET Disk
Insert the target disk (the new disk to which you want to copy
the material from the source disk). The “ARE YOU SURE?”
display will appear, asking you to confirm that you want to
write to the loaded disk (thereby erasing any previous material
that may be on it). Press the P YES button to continue, or the
NO « button to cancel the disk copy operation. The “NOW
WRITING ...” display will appear while the DOM-30 writes to
the new disk.
(Re vou sure? —)
[ now WRITING ... |
The normal Tempo display reappears when the copy is complete.
Note: The source and target disks may have to be exchanged
several times until the entire copy is complete. Follow the
DOM-30's ‘INSERT SOURCE!” and ‘INSERT TARGET!”
Instructions until the entire disk has been copied.
Note: If you incorrectly insert the source or target disk, or insert a
completely different disk, the “CHANGE DISKI!" message
will appear prompting you to insert the correct disk.
MIDI CONTROL
_ Mode/Channel Selection, Synchronization 8% _
Data Filters
The DOM-30 MIDI CONTROL functions include important func-
tions for matching the DOM-30 MIDI channels with those of your
keyboard/tone generator system, and for determining what MIDI
information will or will not be recorded.
For all MIDI CONTROL functions described in this section, the
functions are selected by holding the FUNCTION button and press-
ing the MIDI/9 button as many times as necessary until the desired
function appears (the REW and FF buttons can also be used while
the FUNCTION button is held). The NO 4 and PM YES buttons
are then used to set the selected function as required.
REW FF
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| Expression
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Note: The “FILTER” functions described below do not affect Disk
Orchestra Collection disk playback using the internal tone
generator.
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5. MIDI CONTROL |
Percussion Voice Assignments
EEN RECEIVE MODE
on | Settings: On, Off, Multi
| RCV__Mode Default: On
The “On” setting (OMNI ON) turns the OMNI receive mode on,
allowing MIDI voice messages received on any MIDI channel (1
through 16) to be recorded on any track of the DOM-30. When the
data is played back, it is transmitted on the corresponding track
number (e.g. data recorded on track 3 is transmitted on MIDI
channel 3).
The “Off” setting (OMNI OFF) turns the OMNI receive mode off
so that only MIDI voice messages received on the MIDI channel
specified by the RECEIVE CHANNEL function (described below)
can be recorded. The received data can be recorded to any DOM-30
record track. When the data is played back, it is transmitted on the
corresponding track number (e.g. data recorded on track 3 is
transmitted on MIDI channel 3).
When the “Multi” setting is selected, only MIDI voice messages
received on the MIDI channel number corresponding to the current
DOM-30 record track number (1 through 10, or 15) will be record-
ed, regardless of the setting of the RECEIVE CHANNEL function
(below). For example, in the Multi receive mode if record track 5
is selected, only MIDI voice messages received on MIDI channel 5
will be recorded.
RECEIVE CHANNEL
| Receive_ CH 1
This function sets the DOM-30 MIDI receive channel to any chan-
nel between 1 and 16. The RECEIVE CHANNEL setting 1s only
effective when the OMNI OFF (“Off”) RECEIVE MODE (see the
RECEIVE MODE function, above) is selected.
Settings: 1 — 16
Default: 1
RHYTHM KEY NUMBER
Settings: HIGH, LOW
| RHY.key_No. HIGH | Default: HIGH
This function re-assigns the DOM-30 rhythm (percussion) voices to
a lower area of the keyboard so that the percussion voices can be
played from 76-key keyboards. The following chart shows the
percussion voice assignments in the HIGH and LOW modes:
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Note (MIDI Instrument Note (MIDI
Note No.) Note No.)
F¥2 (54) BRUSH ROLL Е*о (30)
G#2 (56) HI-HAT CLOSED HEAVY G*o (32)
А* (58) CRASH CYMBAL LIGHT A*o (34)
B2 (59) BASS DRUM LIGHT Bo (35)
C3 (60) | SNARE DRUM + RIM HEAVY | C1 (36)
С® (61) RIDE CYMBAL CUP CH (37)
D3 (62) | SNARE DRUM + RIM LIGHT Di (38)
F3 (65) BASS DRUM Fi (41)
F*3 (66) RIM SHOT F*1 (42)
G3 (67) SNARE DRUM HEAVY С: (43)
G*3 (68) BRUSH SHOT G*1 (44)
A3 (69) SNARE DRUM LIGHT A1 (45)
Al: (70) HI-HAT PEDAL Af (46)
B3 (71) SNARE DRUM ECHO Bi (47)
Ca (72) TOM 4 C2 (48)
Cha (73) HI-HAT CLOSED C*2 (49)
D4 (74) TOM 3 D2 (50)
D*4 (75) HI-HAT OPEN D#2 (51)
E4 (76) TOM 2 E2 (52)
Fa (77) TOM 1 F2 (53)
F*s (78) RIDE CYMBAL F*2 (54)
Ga (79) ELECTRONIC TOM 3 G2 (55)
Ga (80) CRASH CYMBAL G¥2 (56)
A4 (81) ELECTRONIC TOM 2 A2 (57)
Ata (82) CRASH CYMBAL A¥2 (58)
Ba (83) ELECTRONIC TOM 1 B2 (59)
Cs (84) CONGA LOW C3 (60)
Cs (85) CABASA C*3 (61)
Ds (86) CONGA HIGH Di (62)
D*s (87) METRONOME D*: (63)
Es (88) BONGO E3 (64)
Fs (89) TIMBALE LOW F3 (65)
F*s (90) CLAVES F*3 (66)
Gs (91) TIMBALE HIGH G3 (67)
G¥s (92) CASTANETS G*3 (68)
As (93) CUICA LOW A3 (69)
Als (94) COWBELL A#3 (70)
Bs (95) CUICA HIGH B3 (71)
C6 (96) HAND CLAPS Cs (72)
C*s (97) AGOGO LOW Cha (73)
D'*s (99) AGOGO HIGH D#4 (75)
Es (100) BONGO LOW Es (76)
Fé (101) ELECTRONIC TOM 2 Fa (77)
F*s (102) TAMBOURINE Е*а (78)
Gs (103) CRASH CYMBAL Ga (79)
G*6 (104) TRIANGLE CLOSED G*4 (80)
A6 (105) BRUSH ROLL A4 (81)
A*6 (106) TRIANGLE OPEN A#4 (82)
| Е SYNC CLOCK
INT | Settings: INT, EXT
| syne_Clock Default: INT
Determines whether the DOM-30 is driven by its own internal clock
or an external MIDI clock received via the MIDI IN connector.
The default INT (INTERNAL) setting is appropriate for most
applications.
If you want to synchronize the timing of the DOM-30 to a second
MIDI disk recorder, drum machine or other device that does
transmit MIDI clock information, the controlling device must be
connected to the DOM-30 MIDI IN connector and the SYNC
CLOCK function should be set to EXT (EXTERNAL).
EX REMOTE IN
Settings: On, Off
[ Remote__In On Default: On
Determines whether MIDI START, STOP, CONTINUE, SONG
POSITION, and SONG SELECT messages are received by the
DOM-30. All these messages are received when this function is
“On,” but are ignored by the DOM-30 when the setting is “Off.”
EX REMOTE OUT
Settings: On, Off
| Remote_out On Default: On
Determines whether MIDI START, STOP, CONTINUE, SONG
POSITION, SONG SELECT, and TIMING CLOCK messages are
transmitted by the DOM-30. All these messages are transmitted
when this function is **On.’’ None are transmitted when the setting
is “Off.”
Note: START, STOP and CONTINUE messages are not sent during
Disk Orchestra Collection and Disklavier disks (PianoSoft) even
if this function is turned “On.”
MODULATION FILTER
Settings: On, Off
| Modulation On Default: On
Determines whether MIDI modulation data (01 and 21 hexadecimal)
are received and transmitted by the DOM-30. This data is handled
when this function is “On,”” but is neither transmitted or received
when the setting 15 “Off.”
Modulation data contains information on keyboard modulation
wheel, controller or breath controller operations. If you don’t want
the DOM-30 to record or reproduce any modulation effects, turn
this function “Off.”
VOLUME FILTER
on | Settings: On, Off
| Volume Default: On
Determines whether MIDI volume data (07 and 27 hexadecimal)
are received and transmitted by the DOM-30. This data is handled
when this function is ‘‘On,’’ but is neither transmitted or received
when the setting is “Off.”
Volume data contains information on keyboard volume control
operations. If you don’t want the DOM-30 to record or reproduce
any volume changes, turn this function “Off.”
EX] EXPRESSION FILTER
| Expression On Settings: on. Off
Determines whether MIDI expression data (0B and 2B hexadecimal)
is received and transmitted by the DOM-30. This data is handled
when this function 1s “On,”” but is neither transmitted or received
when the setting 1s “Off.”
Expression data contains information on expression pedal or con-
troller operations. If you don’t want the DOM-30 to record or
reproduce any expression pedal operations, turn this function “Off,”
EX] PEDAL FILTER
Settings: On, Off
| Pedal On Default: On
Determines whether MIDI pedal data (40, 42 and 43 hexadecimal)
is received and transmitted by the DOM-30. This data is handled
when this function is “‘On,’’ but is neither transmitted or received
when the setting is “Off,”
Pedal data contains information on keyboard pedal operations
(damper, soft, sostenuto). If you don't want the DOM-30 to record
or reproduce any pedal operations, turn this function “Off.”
OTHER CONTROL CHANGE
FILTER
On | Settings: On, Off
| other_CNT Default: On
Determines whether MIDI control change data other than that
described in 8-7, 8-8, 8-9 and 8-10 above is received and transmit-
ted by the DOM-30. This data is handled when this function is
“On,” but is neither transmitted or received when the setting is
“Off.”
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8. MIDI CONTROL
MODE MESSAGE FILTER
on | Settings: On, Off
| Mode_msG Default: On
Determines whether MIDI mode messages are received and
transmitted by the DOM-30. These messages are handled when this
function is ““On,”” but are neither transmitted or received when the
setting is “Off.”
Mode messages affect the MIDI OMNI On/Off status, mono/poly
mode switching and related settings. If you don’t want the DOM-30
to record or reproduce this type of data, turn this function “Off.”
PROGRAM CHANGE FILTER
Settings: On, Off
| Program On Default. On
Determines whether MIDI program change messages are received
and transmitted by the DOM-30. These messages are handled when
this function is ““‘On,’’ but are neither transmitted or received when
the setting is “Off,”
Program change messages primarily deal with voice selection. If
you don’t want the DOM-30 to record or reproduce any voice
selection changes, turn this function “Off.”
ERE] PITCH BEND CHANGE FILTER
Settings: On, Off
| Pitch_Bena On Default: On
Determines whether MIDI pitch bend change messages are received
and transmitted by the DOM-30. These messages are handled when
this function is *‘On,”’ but are neither transmitted or received when
the setting 1s “Off.”
Pitch bend change messages obviously deal with pitch-bend
control. If you don’t want the DOM-30 to record or reproduce any
pitch bends, turn this function “Off.”
EXT AFTER TOUCH FILTER
| A.Touch он } Settings: off. Key. Ch,
Default: Off
Determines whether MIDI after touch messages are received and
transmitted by the DOM-30, and the particular type of after touch
data handled when after touch reception and transmission is on.
No after touch data 15 received or transmitted when this function
is “Off.
The “Key” setting allows reception of polyphonic key pressure
type after touch data.
The “Ch” setting allows reception and transmission of channel
pressure type after touch data,
The “Both” setting allows reception and transmission of both of
the above-mentioned after touch data types.
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ET EXCLUSIVE FILTER
оп } Settings: On, Off
Default: On
| Exclusive
Determines whether MIDI system exclusive data (keyboard panel
settings, etc) is received and transmitted by the DOM-30. This data
is handled when this function is ‘“On,’’ but is neither transmitted
or received when the setting is “Off.”
System exclusive messages generally contain information relating
to panel control settings, voice data, etc. If you don’t want the
DOM-30 to record or reproduce this type of data, turn this func-
tion “Off,”
TONE GENERATOR OUTPUT
DELAY
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This function delays tone generator output by a specified amount,
Adjustment is made in 2.5 millisecond steps from 0 to 500
milliseconds.
Note: When the tone generator output is delayed, the DOM-30
measure display, beat lamp and metronome sound will be out of
synchronization with the playback sound.
TOUCH CHANGE
@ Touch__change он | Settings: ort: On
This is a special function which modifies the note velocity values
of data played back from Disk Orchestra Collection and Disklavier
disks to match the velocity response of older Clavinova models.
Set this function “On” to achieve the best response with Disk
Orchestra Collection/ Disklavier disks and the following Clavinova
models:
CLP-20, CLP-30, CLP-50, CLP-100, CLP-200, CLP-300, CLP-500
CVP-3, CVP-5, CVP-6, CVP-7, CVP-8, CVP-10
Note: The Touch Change function can also be turned on by holding
down the FUNCTION button while switching the power ON.
MIDI DATA FORMAT
If you're already very familiar with MIDI, or are using a computer
to control your music hardware with computer-generated MIDI
messages, the data provided in this section can help you to control
the DOM-30.
1. NOTE ON/OFF
Data format: [9nH] — [kk] — [vv]
9nH = Note ON/OFF event (n= channel number)
kk = Note number (0 — 127 = C-2 — G8)
vv = Velocity (Key ON = 1— 127. Key OFF = 0)
* Note OFF event format [8nH] — [kk] — [vv] also recognized.
9. MIDI DATA FORMAT
2. POLYPHONIC KEY PRESSURE (AFTER TOUCH)
Data format: [AnH] — [kk] — [vv]
AnH = Polyphonic After Touch event (n=channel number)
kk = Note number (0 — 127 = C-2 — GB)
vv = Pressure value (0— 127)
* Reception/transmission of this data can be turned ON or OFF using
the MIDI CONTROL mode AFTER TOUCH FILTER function,
3. CONTROL CHANGE & MODE MESSAGES
Data format: [BnH] — [cc] — [dd]
BnH = Control event (n=channel number)
cc = Control number
dd = Control value
(1) Control Change
If the byte format 1s correct, all control change message can be
recorded,
(2) Mode Message
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79H Reset all controllers 0
7AH Local ON/OFF 0= OFF; 7FH = ON
7BH All notes OFF 0
7CH OMNI OFF/All notes OFF 0
7DH OMNI ON/AIl notes OFF 0
7EH Mono mode ON/AIl notes OFF 0
7FH Mono mode OFF/AIt notes OFF 0
* “Reset All Controilers’” and “All Notes Off" not recorded
when the receive mode is set to OMNI ON.
** DOM-30 receive mode not affected by [7CH] or [7DH] messages.
*** Reception/ transmission of this data can be turned ON or OFF
using the MIDI CONTROL mode MODE MESSAGE FILTER
function.
4. PROGRAM CHANGE
Data format: [CnH] -> [dd]
CnH = program event (n= channel number)
dd = Program number
* Reception/ transmission of this data can be turned ON or OFF using
the MIDI CONTROL mode PROGRAM CHANGE FILTER function.
5. CHANNEL PRESSURE (AFTER TOUCH)
Data format: [DnH} -> [vv]
DnH = Polyphonic After Touch event (n = channel number)
vv = Pressure value (0 — 127)
* Reception/transmission of this data can be turned ON or OFF using
the MIDI CONTROL mode AFTER TOUCH FILTER function.
6. PITCH BENDER DATA
Data format: [EnH] -» [cc] -> [dd]
EnH = Pitch Bender event (n=channel number)
cc = Least significant byte
dd = Most significant byte
* Reception/transmission of this data can be turned ON or OFF using
the MIDI CONTROL mode PITCH BEND CHANGE FILTER
function.
7. SYSTEM COMMON MESSAGES
(1) Song Position Pointer
Data format: [F2H] -> [11H] -» [hhH]
F2H = Song Position Pointer
11H = Least significant byte
hhH = Most significant byte
I beat =6 MIDI clocks
* Transmitted when the REW or FF buttons are used during STOP
or PAUSE, |
** When received during STOP, the internal pointer is moved to the
corresponding position and playback will start from that point
when the START/STOP button is pressed.
(2) Song Select
Data format: [F3H] > [ddH]
F3H = Song Select
ddH = Song number
* Transmitted whenever a DOM-30 SONG NUMBER is selected.
** If received during STOP, the corresponding SONG NUMBER
will be selected.
8. SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGES
(1) Timing Clock (F8H)
Transmitted during all run modes. Used as 1/96th-beat timing clock
when DOM sync mode set to EXT (external).
(2) Start (FAH)
Transmitted when run started from beginning of song. Causes run
from beginning of song when received.
(3) Continue (FBH)
Transmitted when a “continue start?” occurs. Reception causes a
continue start.
(4) Stop/Pause (FCH)
Transmitted when a stop/pause occurs. Causes stop/pause when
received.
(5) Active Sensing (FEH)
Transmitted every 200 milliseconds. If not received for more than
400 milliseconds a NOTE OFF occurs.
. SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES
All system exclusive messages recorded during RECORD. Blocks greater
than 1Kbyte, however, can only be recorded as initial data during REC
READY mode.
(1) Name Data/Bulk Data Request
Name data 1s transmitted when this data is received.
Status 11110000(FOH) “System Exclusive”
ID No. 01000011(43H) “Yamaha”
Substatus 0010nnnn(2nH) n=0{channel 1)-15(channe! 16)
Format No. 01111101(7DH)
EOX 11110111(F7H)
(2) Name data
This data is transmitted when a Name Data/Bulk Data request is
received.
Status 11110000(FOH) “System Exclusive”
ID No. OLOO00L1(43H) “Yamaha”
Substatus O000nnnn(OnH) n=0(channel 1)-15(channel 16)
Format No. 01111101(7DH)
Byte Count
(MSB) 00000000(00H)
Byte Count
(LSB) 00010000(10H)
01010011(53H) <8”
01001011(48H) “‘K”
00100000(20H) “‘space’’
00100000(20H) ‘‘space”
00110010(32H) 2”
00110001(31H) “1”
00110111437H) “7”
00110101(35H) “5”
00100000(20H) “space”
00100000(20H) ‘space’
Version No. Obbbbbbb
Obbbbbbb
0010000020H) “space”
0010000020H) “space”
00100000(20H) “space”
00100000(20H) “space”
Checksum Oeeceeee
EOX 11110111(F7H)
(3) Reverb Switch
Reverb switching occurs when this message is received.
Status 11110000(F0H} “‘System Exclusive”
ID No. 01000011(43H) “Yamaha”
ID No. 01110011(73H) ““Clavinova”
ID No. 00000001(01H) “Common Device ID”*
Special Operation
Code O0010001(11H)
Substatus 0010nnnn(2nH) n=0(channel 1)-15(channel 16)
Control No. 01011001(59H) *““Reverb”
Control Value 0000vvvy v = O(OFF), 1(ROOM),
2(HALL 1), (HALL 2),
4(COSMIC).
EOX 1111011 1(F7H)
e The above covers all MIDI data available for general use.
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SPECIFICATIONS/TECHNISCHE DATEN
SPECIFICATIONS/ESPECIFICACIONES
DOM-30
Voices
PIANO 1, PIANO 2, HONKY TONK PIANO, E.PIANO 1, E.PIANO 2, E.PIANO 3, E.PIANO 4,
SYNTH PIANO, CELESTA, MARIMBA, BAMBOO MARIMBA, KALIMBA, VIBES, MUSIC BOX,
SYNTH CRYSTAL, CLAVI, SYNTH CLAVI, JAZZ ORGAN 1, JAZZ ORGAN 2, ROCK ORGAN,
PIPE ORGAN, FOLK GUITAR, 12 STR.GUITAR, ACOU.GUITAR, JAZZ GUITAR, ROCK
GUITAR 1, ROCK GUITAR 2, DISTORTION GUITAR, MUTE GUITAR, BANJO, SITAR, HARP,
KOTO, HARPSICHORD 1, HARPSICHORD 2, HARPSICHORD 3, E.BASS 1, E.BASS 2, E.BASS
3, SLAP BASS, SYNTH BASS 1, SYNTH BASS 2, SYNTH BASS 3, UPRIGHT BASS 1, UPRIGHT
BASS 2, UPRIGHT BASS 3, VIOLIN/CELLO, PIZZICATO, STRINGS 1, STRINGS 2, SYNTH
STRINGS 1, SYNTH STRINGS 2, ORCHESTRA HIT, TRUMPET/TROMBONE, MUTE TRUMPET,
HORN, BRASS 1, BRASS 2, SYNTH BRASS 1, SYNTH BRASS 2, SYNTH BRASS 3, SAX,
CLARINET, RECORDER, FLUTE, PAN FLUTE, OBOE, BASSOON, BAGPIPE, HARMONICA,
ACCORDION, SYNTH 1, SYNTH 2, SYNTH 3, SYNTH 4, SYNTH 5, DRUMS, TIMPANI/
STEEL DR, AFRICAN PERCUS, GAMELAN, CHOIR, SYNTH VOX 1, SYNTH VOX 2, OW!,
AQUA, LANDSCAPE, ICE BLOCK, CRYSTAL BLOCK, SAMBA WHISTLE, BIRDS, HAMMER
SHOT, INVADER, SHOCK ALARM, WATER DROP, EMERGENCY, ZING, RACING CIRCUIT,
SCRAPE, CONSTRUCTION, WAVE
Percussion Instruments
BRUSH ROLL, HI-HAT CLOSED HEAVY, CRASH CYMBAL LIGHT, BASS DRUM LIGHT,
SNARE DRUM + RIM HEAVY, RIDE CYMBAL CUP, SNARE DRUM + RIM LIGHT, BASS
DRUM, RIM SHOT, SNARE DRUM HEAVY, BRUSH SHOT, SNARE DRUM LIGHT, HI-HAT
PEDAL, SNARE DRUM ECHO, TOM 4, HI-HAT CLOSED, TOM 3, HI-HAT OPEN, TOM 2,
TOM 1, RIDE CYMBAL, ELECTRONIC TOM 3, CRASH CYMBAL, ELECTRONIC TOM 2,
ELECTRONIC TOM 1, CONGA LOW, CABASA, CONGA HIGH, METRONOME, BONGO,
TIMBALE LOW, CLAVES, TIMBALE HIGH, CASTANETS, CUICA LOW, COWBELL, CUICA
HIGH, HAND CLAPS, AGOGO LOW, AGOGO HIGH, BONGO LOW, TAMBOURINE, TRIANGLE
CLOSED, TRIANGLE OPEN
Number of simultaneous
Notes
Voices: 16-note polyphony
Percussion Instruments: 8-note polyphony
Reverb
ROOM, HALL 1, HALL 2, COSMIC
Recording Media
3.5 inch microfloppy disks (2DD)
Memory Capacity
700K bytes/60 songs maximum
Controls
SONG SELECT, PLAY TRACK SELECT (RIGHT/1, LEFT/2, ORCH/3-10, RHYTHM/15),
PHRASE REPEAT, METRONOME, PUNCH IN/OUT, START/STOP, PAUSE, REW, FF,
RECORD, REVERB, FUNCTION, NO </P YES, TRACK/0, TEMPO/1, VOICE/2, VOLUME/3,
BEAT/4, QUANTIZE/S, TRANSPOSE/6, TUNE/?, DISK/8, MIDI/9, MASTER VOLUME,
SEND CHANNEL 1-2/ALL
Display
l6-character Liquid Crystal Display
Other Components
POWER switch, disk drive, eject button
Connectors
MIDI (IN/OUT/THRU), DC IN, FOOT SW., LINE OUT L/R
Nominal Output Level
+4 dBm or 3V p-p max.
Power Supply
DC IN (9-12V), Power Adapter (PA-4/PA-40 or РА-5)
Maximum Current
1A
Dimensions (W x H x D)
310 x 84 x 245 mm (12-1/5" x 3-2/7” x 9-1/4”)
Weight
2.0 kg (4.4 lbs)
Supplied Accessories
MIDI cable x 1, Connecting Cord x 1
Option
Power Adapter (PA-4/PA-40 or PA-5)
The PA-4/PA-40 AC Adapter is supplied with the DOM-30 in some areas.
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
* Änderungen ohne Vorankündigung vorbehalten.
* Sous toute reserve de modification des caracteristiques sans preavis.
* Especificationes sujetas a cambios sin previo aviso.
YAMAHA [ Disk Orcestra Module ] Date : 10/12 1989
Model DOM-30 MIDI Implementation Chart Version : 1.0
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Transmitted : Recognized Remarks
Function :
TT == Фо — — — — — — — = = — — == = = = — 4 — — —= — = = — — — == = == = = = — +
Basic Default : all channel 1
Channel Changed : X : 1-16
TALLE e o фо = — — = — — = = = — — == = — = ++ == — == = — = = = — == — — — == = = +
: Default : : 1 :
:Mode Messages : OMNIon,OMNIoff : OMNIon,OMNIoff : #1 «2
: : POLY ,MONO : POLY,MONO : #1 #2
AE +------------ + AR Y === — — — == == == = — — — — — +
:Note : 0-127 : 0-127 : »*l
‘Number : True voice: «*+*+xxxxxxxxxxx : 21-108 : #3
LOTA == — — == = — — о — — — — == = = = = = = — — — — == ЯН — — — — — — == == == == — — = = = = о о=— — — == = = — — — — — = — = = — +
:Velocity Note on O 9nH v=1-127 : 0 : #1 #3
: Note off O 9nH v=0, 8nH : O : #1
…-=---=--------- 4 = = = = = — = = = = = = — — — == + = = = == = — == = = = = — — == = = + = — — — = = = = — — — — — — = = +
After Key's O : 0 : #1 #2
Touch Ch's O : 0 #1 *2
= = = = = = = = — = == — — — — — — = = у = = = = = — = = = = = = = — — = + = = = = — — — = = = = = — — == = + = — — — — = = = — — — — — — — = +
Pitch Bender О : 0 +] *2 *3
= = = нон = = = = = = — == — — — — — — $+ = = = = = = == = — = = = = = = — + — == == = = = = — = — = = = = — — + = = = — — = = = = = — — — — — — +
0-120 : 0 : © *1 #2
: 01 O O :Modulation #3
:Control 07 : © : О : Volume #3
: 11 : 0 : O Expression #3
:Change 64 : 0 O :Damper * 3
: 66 O O :Sostenuto * 3
67 e e :Soft Pedal +3
121 : O : O #4 :Reset All
: : : Controllers
: #1 #2 #3
Pm = ев ен ен он но ето сто == ее = == == == == = — Зо о == == == т — — == == == = = — — — о = = == == == = — == == == == == — — == = он — — — = = = = — — — — — — = = +
Program : O 0-99 : O 0-99 ; *l1 *2 #3
:Change : True # | *+*+XERERAKERAEL Y 0-99 :
$ = = — — = = = = = — — — == == = = — — —= 4 = — = = — — — = == = = = — — — — + = — = = — — — = = = = — — — = — + = — = = = = — — — — = = — — = — +
System Exclusive O : OÖ : #1 *2 #3
--_…------------- + = = = — = = = — = == = = = — — — + = == = = — = = = = = = — — = = + = — — = = => = — — — — — — = = — +
:System : Song Pos : O : O
: song Sel : O O : #2
:Common : Tune : À . + X
:System :Clock O : O * 2
:Real Time:Commands e : O * 2
тан ен ен ен == — —е ен == == = == — — — — — — фо = = = = = — == = = = = = — — == — 4 == == == — — — — — — = = — — — == == ое — — — == — = — — — — == = = = = +
; :Aux :Local ON/OFF О : © +1 #2
Y :All Notes OFF:. O : Q #4: #1 #2 *3
" :Mes- :Active Sense : O | : O
т :sages:Reset : X : X
TEA == == = = — — Но == == — = = = = == — = == =н == == == == Фон == = = = = == = == == == = = = == — Я == == = = — — — — == == = = = == — — +
:Notes : #1 Recognized and transmitted as record data.
+2 Enabled or disabled by command.
*3 Recognized by sound module section
#4 Recognized if Recieve Mode is off.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO O : Yes
OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO X : No 82
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FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT! |
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements, Modifications not
expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s
supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to foliow instructions could void your FCC
authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B”
digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a
residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio
frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful
to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in
all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”,
please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch {circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in
to co-axial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of
product. tf you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division,
6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!
The solder used in the manufacture of this product contains LEAD. In addition, the electrical/electronic and/or plastic (where applicable)
components may also contain traces of chemicals found by the California Health and Welfare Agency (and possibly other entities) to
cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY ENCLOSURE COMPONENTS! There are no user serviceable parts inside. All service should be performed
by a service representative authorized by Yamaha to perform such service.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Yamaha strives to produce products that are both user safe and environmentally “friendly”. We sincerely
believe that our products meet these goals. However, in keeping with both the spirit and the letter of various statutes we have included
the messages shown above and others in various locations in this manual.
“ This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
Wichtiger Hinweis fúr die Benutzung in der Bundesrepublik
Deutschland.
Bescheinigung des Importeurs
Hiermit wird bescheinigt, daß der/die/das
Disk Orchestra Module Typ: DOM-30
(Gerät, Typ, Bezeichnung}
in Übereinstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der
VERFUGUNG 1046/84
(Amtsblattverfúigung)
funk-entstórt ist.
Der Deutschen Bundespost wurde das Inverkehrbringen
dieses Gerátes angezeigt und die Berechtigung zur Uberprúfung
der Serie auf Einhaltung der Bestimmungen eingeráumt.
Yamaha Europa GmbH
Name des Importeurs
* Dies bezicht sich nur auf die von der Yamaha Europa GmbH vertriebenen
Produkte.
CANADA
THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE
“CLASS
B’’ LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL
APPARATUS SET OUT IN THE RADIO INTERFERENCE
REGULATION OF THE CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNICATIONS.
LE PRESENT APPAREIL NUMERIQUE N’EMET PAS DE
BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES DEPASSANT LES LIMITES
APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS NUMERIQUES DE LA
“CLASSE B” PRESCRITES DANS LE REGLEMENT SUR LE
BROUILLAGE RADIOELECTRIQUE EDICTE PAR LE
MINISTERE DES COMMUNICATIONS DU CANADA,
* This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
* Ceci ne s’applique qu’aux produits distribués par Yamaha Canada Musique Liée.
Dette apparat overholder det gaeldende EF-direktiv vedrarende
radiosto|.
Cet appareil est conforme aux prescriptions de la directive
communautaire 87/308/CEE.
Diese Geráte entsprechen der EG-Richtlinie 82/499/EWG und!
oder 87/308/EWG.
This product complies with the radio frequency interference
requirements of the Council Directive 82/499/EEC and/or 87/308/
EEC.
Questo apparecchio é conforme al D.M.13 aprile 1989 (Direttiva
CEE/87/308) sulla soppressione dei radiodisturbi. |
Este producto está de acuerdo con los requisitos sobre
interferencias de radio frequencia fijados por el Consejo
Directivo 87/308/CEE.
YAMAHA CORPORATION
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