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Yamaha ELS-01 User manual
ELS-01/01C Version 1.6
New Functions
Yamaha has updated the firmware of the ELS-01/01C as Version 1.6.
This version provides additional functions and has some changed LCDs.
This manual provides the instructions for new functions. The “Reference Page”
on the outside margin indicates the relevant page number of the ELS-01/01C
Owner’s Manual. Refer to the Owner’s Manual also. (ELS-01/01C Owner’s
Manual is the manual for Version 1.0.)
Contents
Music Data Recorder (MDR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2
Recalling Recorded Registrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2
Moving a Protected Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3
Rhythm Sequence Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4
Programming Next Regist in Registration Sequence . . . . . . . . page 4
Internet Direct Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6
Confirming the Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6
Wireless LAN Connection Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7
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Music Data Recorder (MDR)
Recalling Recorded Registrations
Reference Pages
Recalling Recorded
Registrations (page 111)
The M.D.R. independently records the following five types of data:
• REGIST:
Registration data (data recorded in the Registration Memory)
• USER VOICE:
User voices and VA custom voices
• K.B.P.:
Keyboard Percussion settings
• USER RHYTHM: User rhythms
• SEQUENCE:
Rhythm Sequences (including Registration Sequences)
In the Regist Edit display, you can select and recall the desired data independently.
NOTE
When you load the
Registration data by using
the Next Regist function, all
data will be loaded no
matter which buttons you
select here.
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1
Select the song you want to load back (recall) to the Electone.
For details on selecting a song, see page 96 of the Owner’s Manual.
2
Press the [REGIST EDIT] button in the SONG SELECT Page to
call up the Regist Edit display.
3
Select the Registration you want to load to the Electone.
4
Using the five “DATA TO BE LOADED” buttons, select the desired
data you want to load.
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Press the [LOAD] button to load the selected data in the
Registration.
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Exit from the Regist Edit display by pressing the [CLOSE] button
at the top right of the display.
When you select the protected song, the buttons (DATA TO BE LOADED) may
be unavailable (grayed out). This is for protecting the copyright. For example,
combining a part of one protected song with another protected song is not allowed.
Moving a Protected Song
This function lets you move a Protected Song to another folder or another SmartMedia
card by using the [SONG COPY] button. Although the [SONG COPY] button is
used here, the song will not actually be copied; it will only be moved. The procedure is
the same as that of the Song Copy operation. See page 118 of the Owner’s Manual.
Reference Page
About Protected Songs
(page 121)
ELS-01C Song Icon
Note that there is a new icon for songs created with the ELS-01C.
Indicates a song that has been created with the ELS-01C or the ELS01X.
Storage Media for Protected Songs
On the ELS-01/01C version 1.6 or later, it is possible to save protected songs to
USB flash memory.
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Rhythm Sequence Program
Programming Next Regist in Registration
Sequence
Reference Pages
Next Regist Settings (page
109)
Programming a Registration
Sequence (page 175)
You can program the Next Regist function in Registration Sequences. Using this
function, the next registration data in current song can be loaded automatically just by
playing the rhythm sequence.
Registration Sequence display
NOTE
If you are loading a
Registration while a rhythm
is playing, the sequence
data and User rhythms in
the Registration data cannot
be loaded.
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2
1 SET
For replacing a Registration number (or Next Regist) at the cursor position to Next
Regist. This button is useful when you want to change the timing of the Next Regist
function. For details, see next page.
2 INSERT
For entering Next Regist data in the Registration Sequence.
Entering Next Regist
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NOTE
Although you move the
cursor to the Next Regist
mark in the display, the next
registration data will not be
loaded.
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1
Using the
buttons in the display or the Data Control
dial, set the Bar/Beat/Clock position at which you want to enter
the Next Regist (1 beat = 96 clock).
2
Press the NEXT REGIST [INSERT] button in the display.
The Next Regist mark ( ) appears in the display in the timing you set in step
#1, indicating that the Next Regist is entered.
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Editing an Existing Next Regist
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You can move the entered Next Regist, or delete the Next Regist from the sequence.
To move an entered Next Regist:
1
Move the cursor and select the Next Regist you want to move.
2
Change the position by pressing the Bar/Beat/Clock buttons in
the display.
3
Press the NEXT REGIST [SET] button in the display.
The Next Regist position is changed and displayed in the proper order.
To erase an entered Next Regist:
1
Move the cursor and select the Next Regist you want to delete.
2
Press the [DELETE] button to delete the Next Regist.
Next Regist Loading Time
• Loading Next Regist may take a few seconds (the time may differ depending on
the size of the data to be loaded).
• When using a floppy disk instead of SmartMedia card, the loading time will be
longer than when using SmartMedia.
• Next Registration data can be loaded by two ways: using right footswitch and
programming Next Regist in the Registration Sequence. Loading time is the same
regardless of which way you load the Next Registration data.
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Internet Direct Connection
Confirming the Connection
You can confirm the wireless LAN connection and the condition of accessing websites.
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2
1 Wireless LAN indicator
When you connect the Electone to Internet using wireless LAN, an icon indicating the
condition of the connection is displayed. If the signal to the Electone becomes weak or
there is no signal from the access point, move the Electone nearer to the access point.
: Strong
: Normal
: Weak (not connected to Internet)
: No signal (not connected to Internet)
2 Communication status indicator
The following three messages will be shown depending on the status of accessing web
site.
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Now opening web page ...
Indicates loading of the web page.
Web page has been displayed.
Indicates the web page has been loaded and the
web page is completely displayed.
Disconnected.
Indicates the Electone is offline (not connected
to Internet).
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Wireless LAN Connection Settings
On the Wireless LAN Page of the Internet Settings Display, a new item has been added.
With this new function, certain settings are entered automatically—letting you can
quickly and easily connect the Electone to the Internet by using a wireless LAN
connection.
Reference Page
Wireless LAN (page 197)
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NOTE
If no signal from the access
point is received, the access
point cannot be listed.
NOTE
1 Access Point
Pressing the [Display Information] button calls up the access point list. It shows the
access points near the Electone.
Once you select the desired access point and press the [OK] button, a message appears
prompting confirmation of whether to transfer the access point settings to the Electone
or not. When you select [YES], the SSID, Channel and Encryption settings are
transferred to the Electone.
The WEP key type, length
and WEP key are not
entered automatically. You
have to enter them by
yourself if you want to use
an access point that is
encrypted.
NOTE
An access point that is
encrypted in a non-WEP
format cannot be used.
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U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation
© 2005 Yamaha Corporation
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