QRS Music Technologies Petine Installation manual

QRS Music Technologies Petine Installation manual
Petine
O w n e r ’s M a n u a l
Manual #990021
Application Version 69
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Internal Source - Preloaded Music
CD Drive
CompactFlash Card Reader
MP3 Music File Playback - Auto Detects Audio or Pianomation
Complete Control From the Front Panel’s Rotary Dial
Recording Capabilities - Optional Record System Required
NetPiano Playback Capability - Subscription Service Required
Internal Soundcard - Optional
MPE files are no longer supported.
Petine will still recognize MP3 files and now automatically detect any left
channel QRS AMI signal and direct it to Pianomation to trigger the keys.
QRS Music Technologies, Inc.
Warnings
FCC INFORMATION
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the Installation Manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly
approved by QRS Music Technologies, Inc. may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use this product.
IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables.
Cables supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could
void your FCC authorization to use this product in the United States of America.
NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in the 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 Installation 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:
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Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.
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Utilize power outlets that are on different circuits (circuit breaker or fuse) or install AC line filters.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local authorized distributor, or contact
QRS Music Technologies, Inc. 2011 Seward Ave. Naples, FL 34109.
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY
TO PERSONS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS: This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding
provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a
cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet
that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER - Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the product is properly grounded. Do not
modify the plug provided with the product. If it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
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Table Of Contents
Petine’s Front Panel Buttons
Remote Control Buttons
Powering ON Petine for the First Time
Changing Sources [CD-Internal-CompactFlash-Auxiliary-MIDI-Record]
Play the Internal Source’s Pre-installed Music
Internal Source Song List
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5
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PLAY Modes
Play from the CompactFlash Source - QRS Music Sampler
7
Play a QRS CD Using the Remote Control
How to Properly Adjust the Piano, Audio and Master Volume Levels
8
Play a QRS SyncAlong Series CD
9
POWER
Remote Control Features
Setup Menu Functions - Advanced - Controlling Petine from Front Panel
Selecting a Source [CD-Internal-CompactFlash-Auxiliary-MIDI-Record]
File Types Recognized by Petine’s Sources
Audio Volume Level
Piano Volume Level
Tempo [Setting the Music’s Speed - MIDI Files ONLY!]
Transpose [Setting the Music’s “Key” - MIDI Files ONLY!]
Microphone Volume Level
Bass Volume Level
Stereo Balance [Two Speaker Installation]
STOP
How to Use Petine as a Stand-Alone MIDI Controller
PLAY
Pianomation Configuration
10
MASTER Volume
PIANO Volume
AUDIO Volume
BASS Volume
TREBLE Volume
TRANSPOSE
PROGRAM - Root Files vs. Program Files
11
REPEAT
How to set the Minimum Key Force / Alignment / Test 11
Audio Configuration
Standard
Karaoke (Sing Along)
Silent Piano
Barcus Berry Pickup (Piano Microphone)
Mixed Output
CompactFlash Utilities
31
Update: Demo / System / Application / Key List / Format
32
CD Drive Utilities
12
Update: Demo / System / Application / Key List
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Append/Overwrite SyncAlong files CDROM to CompactFlash
F-Curves - Activate / Change
STEREO BALANCE
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Record Using The Remote Control. Requires Optional PNOscan
Play a Recorded Song Using the Remote Control
30
Erase Record Memory
<<TRACK and TRACK>>
Play MIDI/MP3 Files from CDROM OR CompactFlash [Root vs. Program]
29
How Recordings are Named when Saved as a Group
TEMPO
Playing Songs from the Root Directory
Playing Songs from a Program Directory
All Pianos / Piano Channel 1 / All Instruments / All MIDI
Copy Record Memory
RANDOM
Number Buttons - Selecting specific songs.
28
Metronome Volume - Record “Click-Track”
Delay [Pianomation vs. Synthesizer]
MUTE
27
Treble Volume Level
SOURCE [ Maximum Number of Songs & Programs]
PAUSE
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How Individual Recordings are Named when Saved to CompactFlash Card
MIDI Input Select
Metronome: Time Signature (Record Click-Track)
Mixed Output Level - Soundcard Piano
Soundcard Output
Main Audio Output
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Play General MIDI Sound Using the Piano Keyboard. Optional Soundcard
15
Front Panel Features
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Back Panel Features
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Setup Menu Functions - Navigation Basics
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Setup Menu Functions - Table
19 Update SyncAlong Music Index [Demo Image File]
20 Update SyncAlong CompactFlash Music From CDROM
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21 Restoring Factory Default Settings
22 Restoring Petine’s Application Image
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Play a QRS CD Using the Petine Controller
Record Using The Petine Controller. Requires Optional PNOscan
Set Up Petine To Play from a MIDI File Player Or Computer
Play Petine from a MIDI File Player Or Computer
Play (Non-SyncAlong) QRS CDs From Your Own CD player
Connect Petine to Your Own CD Player-Direct or Wireless Connect
Audio Configuration Options - Standard
Using a Microphone - Karaoke (Sing Along)
Practice In Silence - Silent Piano (Requires Optional Devices)
Send Acoustic Piano to Home Stereo - Optional Barcus Berry
Send “Optional” Soundcard Piano to Home Stereo - Mixed Output
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Exit Setup Menu
Power ON Sequence [Serial and Application Version Numbers]
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Auto-Update Utility - Application Versions V0.38 or Later
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Updating Petine’s Application Image
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Connecting for Standard Playback or Optional Record
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Parts / Mounting Bracket / Options / Updating Pianomation
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48
Troubleshooting
CompactFlash Card Music Sampler - Song List
General MIDI Sounds List
49-54
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Pianomation Two Year Limited Warranty
56-57
Pianomation Accessories
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Notes
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Petine’s Front Panel Buttons
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3
2
1
Power
2
CompactFlash Card Eject
3
ADJ/SEL Dial
Rotate to Adjust
Press to Select, PLAY, PAUSE or STOP
4
CD Eject
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See page 16
“Front Panel Features” for the complete list.
Push Here to Close Door!
Remote Control Buttons
See these pages in section “Remote Control Features” for more information
1
POWER the system ON and OFF.
10
2
MUTE the piano and audio.
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3
NUMBER buttons select specific song tracks.
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4
PROGRAM Up “PVP" exits from within a program.
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5
Tap REPEAT during playback to select a repeat play mode.
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6
Return to a PREVIOUS TRACK or PROGRAM.
12
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Advance to the NEXT TRACK or PROGRAM.
12
2
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3
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7
5
PAUSE play.
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STOP play.
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Begin PLAY.
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12
Press BASS and then the master/volume buttons.
10
13
Press TREBLE and then the master/volume buttons.
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14
Press TRANSPOSE and then the master volume up and down
buttons to change the key of the music, except when playing a CD.
11
15
Press TEMPO and then the master volume up and down buttons
to change the tempo of the music, except when playing a CD.
12
16
PIANO VOLUME
10
17
MASTER VOLUME (piano and audio).
10
18
AUDIO VOLUME
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Press the STEREO BALANCE and then the <<track>> buttons.
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20
In stop mode, tap the SOURCE button and then the number
button assigned to the desired source.
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Tap RANDOM to select a random play mode.
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Powering ON Petine for the First Time
Power
Button
Point the remote control at Petine’s IR sensor and press the POWER button.
Please wait for about 20 seconds for Petine and Pianomation to power on.
See page 39, “Power On Sequence” for the Petine serial number and other system information.
Petine may power on to any one the following sources:
If you’re not certain which source is currently selected, tap the SOURCE button to display the Source #.
Source # Display
Source Name
2 i n
0 2 4
Internal
1 c d
C X X
1 c d
S A L
1 c d
or
3 c F
XXX
4 A v
5 n i
6 r c
Description
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Press PLAY on the remote to play through the 24 Internal pre-installed songs.
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CD
Press PLAY on the remote to play tracks 1 through “XX”
“C” indicates the CD Source and “XX” indicates the total number of songs.
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CD
“saL” indicates the CD Source with a QRS SyncAlong Series CD inserted.
Petine is waiting for you to enter the SyncAlong access code.
“Play a QRS SyncAlong Series CD”.
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CD
Three numbers “XXX” or a “P01” indicate recognizable music files on either the
or
CD Source or the CompactFlash Source. “Play from the CompactFlash Source”
P 0 1 CompactFlash “Play MIDI & MP3 Files from CDROM or CompactFlash”
A M I
- - - 0 1
r P 1
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“AMI” with a flashing dot indicates that the Auxiliary Source is active.
Petine is waiting to receive a signal into its rear panel’s “Line In” jack.
“Play Non-SyncAlong QRS CDs From Your Own CD player”.
STOP on the remote must be pressed before changing to another source.
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MIDI
Either of these two displays would indicate the MIDI Source is active.
Use to trigger General MIDI Sounds or play Petine from an external MIDI device.
To play from this source requires an optional MIDI Adapter Cable and jumper.
STOP on the remote must be pressed before changing to another source.
15
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Record
Requires the optional PNOscan Record system, MIDI Adapter Cable and jumper.
14
Auxiliary
Changing Sources [CD-Internal-CompactFlash-Auxiliary-MIDI-Record]
Using the remote control, press STOP to halt play. The source cannot be changed if the unit is in play mode.
You can choose any one of these three options to select a source.
Repeatedly tap the SOURCE button to cycle through the source list.
1
Stop tapping when the desired source displays.
2 Tap the SOURCE button, then immediately the number button associated with the desired source.
3
Tap the SOURCE button and then immediately tap the <<TRACK>> buttons, repeatedly, until the
desired source displays
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Available Sources
1 cd = CD Drive
2iN = Internal Music
3cF = CompactFlash
4Av = Auxiliary Input
5Ni = MIDI
6rc = Record
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Play the Internal Source’s Pre-installed Music
Internal Source “in”
1
If Petine has powered on and the display reads “024” you are ready to play solo
piano music from the internal source.
Just press the PLAY button.
Otherwise...
5B
2
Press Stop
Press the STOP button to halt play.
3A
3B
Select the
Internal
Source
Tap the Source button and then the number 2 button to select
the Internal Source, “2in”.
Wait for “024” to display.
1
Play Song
Press the PLAY and the first song begins to play.
5B
5A 5A
2
3A
1
1
5A
2
3B
4
4
Press the STOP button to stop the song.
Stop play
2
5A
Use these six buttons to adjust the volume levels.
Piano adjusts the piano only.
Audio adjusts the speaker volume.
Master adjusts the Piano and Audio together.
See page 8, “How to Properly Adjust the Piano, Audio and Master
Volume Levels”.
Adjust
Volume
4
3A
3B
Next Song Pressing the TRACK >> will advance to the Next song.
Previous Song Pressing the << TRACK will go to the Previous song.
Internal Source Song List
Solo Piano MIDI Files
Internal Music Memory: Size = 1.44MB
1 Georgia On My Mind
7 Burt Bacharach Medley
13 Perfidia
19 Music Of The Night
2 Candle In The Wind
8 Ain’t Misbehavin’
14 Crazy
20 Amazing Grace
3 Feelings
9 Nice Work If You Can Get It
15 Night And Day
21 On The Beautiful Blue Danube
4 Greensleeves
10 Sweet And Low Down
16 Someone To Watch Over Me
22 Ave Maria
5 Danny Boy
11 Angel Eyes
17 Something
23 Meditation and Intermezzo
6 Mack The Knife
12 Yes! We Have No Bananas
18 Stars Fell On Alabama
24 Liebesleid
PLAY Modes
If your Petine doesn’t seem to be playing the way you think it should check below to verify the mode.
For example, if the “Random” button on the remote is press by mistake, the Petine will play one song and then stop.
See pages 10 & 11, for detailed information on these buttons.
STOP
No dots in the display.
PLAY
One slowly flashing dot.
Normal PLAY mode.
0 0 1
Repeat 1
Two slowly flashing dots.
Repeats the selected song
0 0 1
Repeat 2
Three slowly flashing dots.
Repeats all songs in the selected CD or Program on CDROM or CF
0 0 1
Random 1 One rapidly flashing dot.
Plays only one song, at random, and then stops!
0 0 1
Random 2 Two rapidly flashing dots.
Plays songs randomly within the selected CD or Program on CDROM or CF.
0 0 1
Random 3 Three rapidly flashing dots.
Plays songs randomly within the selected source.
0 0 1
0 0 1
MUTE
One slowly flashing dot with headphone volume level displayed. Play continues but, piano doesn’t sound.
0 6 3
PAUSE
Two alternately flashing dots. Pause halts play, the music continues from that point when play resumes.
0 1 8
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Play From the CompactFlash Source - QRS Music Sampler
CompactFlash Source “cF”
Program (P) List
Children's Music
Country & Western
Classical
Christmas & Holiday
Dinner Music
International
Jazz
Musicals
New Age
Nostalgic
Popular
Ragtime, Stride & Boogie
Sacred
Concert Series
See pages 49-54, “CompactFlash Card Music
Sampler - Song List” for the complete list.
With the POWER OFF, insert the CompactFlash card into the reader.
1
Power ON
Press the Power button to turn on the system.
2
Press Stop
Press the STOP button to remove any flashing dots in display.
3A
3B
Tap the Source button and then the number 3 button to
select the CompactFlash Source. “3cf” displays.
Select the CF You can also repeatedly tap the Source button to
cycle through all of the sources.
Source
Stop tapping when “3cF” displays.
1
4A
4B
Tap the <<TRACK>> buttons to display the desired Program
Select a
Program (P#) (P#) from the list above.
5
Play Song
Press PLAY to enter the Program directory.
Press PLAY again to play the first song of the Program.
4A
Next Song
Pressing the TRACK >> will advance to the Next song.
4B
3A
4B
7
4B 4A
2
5
4A
2
7
5
3B
Previous Song Pressing the << TRACK will go to the Previous song.
3A
6
Adjust
Volume
Use these six buttons to adjust the volume levels.
Piano adjusts the piano only.
Audio adjusts the speaker volume.
Master adjusts the Piano and Audio together.
See page 8, “How to Properly Adjust the Piano, Audio and Master
Volume Levels”.
2
Stop play
Press the STOP button to stop the song.
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1
3B
Wait for “P01” to display - Program one of ?
P#
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
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6
Press the Program button to return to the Program (P) list.
Exit Program Return to “Select a Program (P#)” step above to select
another program from the list below.
For more information on how files are displayed when read from a CompactFlash card...
See page 12, “Playing songs from the Root Directory” and “Playing songs from a Program Directory” under “Number Buttons - Selecting
specific songs” which is located in the “Remote Control Features” section of this manual.
Maximum Number of Songs & Programs
Songs on the Root of a CompactFlash Card
000 - 509
Programs (Pxx) On a CompactFlash Card
P01 - P99
Songs within a Program on a CompactFlash Card
000 - 999
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CompactFlash cards known to work in the
Petine controller.
2Gb Max
Sandisk CF
Sandisk Ultra II
Samsung Extreme Memory
Kingston
IBM Microdrive
Kodak
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Play a QRS CD Using The Remote Control
CD Source “cd”
1
1
Power ON
Press the Power button to turn on the system.
2
Press Stop
Press the STOP button to stop any flashing dots.
3B
3A
3B
6B
6A
2
4
3A
Tap the Source button and then the number 1 button
to select the CD Source. “1cd” displays.
You can also repeatedly tap the Source button
Select the CD to cycle through all of the sources.
Source
Stop tapping when “1cd” displays.
A “C” and the total number of songs will display.
4
5B
Play Song
5C
5A
2
6A
6B
4
6B
2
3B
Press the PLAY and the first song begins to play.
Adjust
Volume
Use these six buttons to adjust the volume levels.
Piano [5A] adjusts only the piano volume.
Audio [5B] adjusts only the speaker volume.
Master [5C] adjusts the Piano and Audio together.
See page 8, “How to Properly Adjust the Piano, Audio and
Master Volume Levels”.
Stop play
Press the STOP button to stop the song.
5C
3A
6B
Wait for Petine to scan the CD.
5A
5B
1
Press the CD Eject button to open the CD tray.
Snap the CD onto the spindle and close the tray.
Pressing the TRACK >> advances to the Next song.
Next Song
Previous Song Pressing the << TRACK will go to the Previous song.
5B
5C
5A
How to Properly Adjust the Piano, Audio and Master Volume Levels
Select a QRS Concert or SyncAlong Series CD.
1
3A 3B Follow steps 1 through 3B above.
2
5A
The piano volume range is from “P-9” to “P 9”.
Tap the Piano Volume buttons until “P 0” displays. This sets the piano volume in the center of it’s range.
5B
The Audio volume range is from “A-9” to “A 9”.
Tap the Audio Volume buttons until “A 0” displays. This sets the audio volume in the center of it’s range.
4
Press the PLAY button to play a song.
5C
Note:
Advanced:
5B
5C
While listening to the acoustic piano, tap the Master Volume buttons to set the piano volume at a comfortable
listening level.
It is normal for the piano to stop playing when the Piano Volume is set to “P 0” AND the Master Volume is
turned down to “000”. The piano is playing at it’s softest level when the Piano Volume is set to “P 0” AND the
Master Volume is turned down to “001”. Pianomation can only play as softly as the individual instrument will allow
and is also affected by the room’s acoustics. If you feel that the piano is playing too loudly, try asking someone to
play the piano as softly as possible and compare that volume to Pianomation.
If you feel that the piano is still playing too loudly, See page. 30. “How to set the Minimum Key Force / Alignment / Test 11”.
Listen, and tap the Audio volume buttons to match the music from the speaker with the acoustic piano. You may
want to adjust the volume controls on the speaker itself.
You can now use the Master Volume to adjust the overall volume, the audio and piano will follow together.
Advanced: You can affect how the audio and piano volume levels “follow” the master volume by adjusting the “Function
Curves”. See pages 34 & 35. “F-Curves - Activate / Change“ section in the advanced section of this manual for details.
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Play a QRS SyncAlong Series CD
CD Source “cd”
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T
With Petine turned OFF, Insert the SyncAlong CompactFlash card into the CompactFlash card reader.
s
Power ON Petine.
P
Press STOP to halt play.
o
Press the CD Eject button to open the door and snap the QRS SyncAlong series CD onto the spindle.
L
Using the remote control, tap the SOURCE button and then the number 1 button. “1cd” momentarily displays.
J
I
S A L
H
If the access code for this CD has already been entered and saved , wait for “SAL” to display three times. S A L
0
S A L
F Y
Press PLAY when “C” and the total number of tracks displays. You should hear the Piano with Audio.
C 1 8
E T
If the access code has not been entered “SAL” will stay displayed, waiting for you to enter the code.
S A L
d s
If “SAL” does not display, update the SyncAlong Music Index [Demo Image], see page 42.
Begin again at the top of this page after completing the update process..
C 1 8
Use the six volume buttons at the bottom of the remote control to display the three character access code.
The two Audio buttons change the left display character.
The two Master/Volume buttons change the center display character.
The two Piano buttons change the right display character.
Press PLAY to save the access code to memory.
S A L
SAL displays a second time to acknowledge the access code has been found in memory.
S A L
If “SAL” does not display a second time then verify the access code.
C 1 8
Open and close the door to rescan the CD.
If “SAL” displays and holds then enter the correct code.
S A L
SAL displays a third time to acknowledge the piano files have been located on the CompactFlash card.
If “SAL does not display a third time confirm the flash card is properly inserted. If it is then...
C 1 8
“Update SyncAlong CompactFlash Music From CDROM”. See page 43.
Press PLAY again to play the CD.
C 0 1
L
P 9 J
o 8 I
L 7 H
J 6 0
I 5 F
SAL displays to acknowledge the CD is recognized by the Demo Image index as SyncAlong.
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T b o
s a L
Find the hand written access code located on the yellow QRS PICK TICKET that came with your order.
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Y c P
S
A
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H 4 E
0 3 d
F 2 c
E 1 b
d 0 a
c
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b
8
a
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9
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7
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6
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5
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3
0
2
1
0
QRS Remote
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Remote Control Features...
Refer to page 4 for button locations. #
1 POWER
Press the POWER button to turn the Petine controller and Pianomation ON and OFF.
20 SOURCE
Press STOP to halt play. The source cannot be changed if the unit is in play mode.
Repeatedly tap the SOURCE button to cycle through the source list.
1
Stop tapping when the desired source displays.
2 Tap the SOURCE button, then immediately the number button associated with the desired source.
3
Tap the SOURCE button and then immediately tap the <<TRACK>> buttons, repeatedly, until the
desired source displays
1 cd = CD Drive
2iN = Internal Music
3cF = CompactFlash
4Av = Auxiliary Input
5Ni = MIDI
6rc = Record
Maximum Number of Songs & Programs
10 STOP
Press STOP to halt play.
0 1 8
No Dot!
11 PLAY
Press PLAY to begin or resume play. 0 1 8
Slowly Flashing
9 PAUSE
CDROM Root
000 - 999
CFLASH Root
000 - 509
Programs On CFLASH or CDROM
P01 - P99
CDROM & CFLASH Program Pxx
000 - 999
Internal Music Demo Disc
Press PAUSE to suspend play.
0 1 8
1.44MB
Alternately Flashing
2 MUTE
Headphone Volume Level
0 6 3
Press the MUTE button to toggle the piano and audio ON & OFF.
The headphone volume is displayed and can be adjusted using the Data Dial on Petine or the Master Volume buttons on
the remote. The optional Soundcard is required to hear the piano melody.
17 MASTER VOLUME
Press the MASTER VOLUME UP or DOWN button to display the current master volume level setting.
0 6 7
Within two seconds after pressing the MASTER VOLUME UP or DOWN button , press again or press and hold to
adjust the volume of both the Piano and the Audio together. Range = 000 to 127
16 PIANO VOLUME
Press the PIANO VOLUME UP or DOWN button to display the current piano volume level setting.
P - 1
Within two seconds after pressing the PIANO VOLUME UP or DOWN button , press again or press and hold to adjust
the volume of the Piano only! Range = -9 to +9
18 AUDIO VOLUME
Press the AUDIO VOLUME UP or DOWN button to display the current audio volume level setting.
A
4
b
1
Within two seconds after pressing the AUDIO VOLUME UP or DOWN button , press again or press and hold to adjust
the volume of the Audio only! Range = -9 to +9.
12 BASS VOLUME
Press the BASS button to display the current Bass audio volume setting.
Within two seconds after pressing the BASS button, press the MASTER VOLUME buttons to adjust the Bass volume
setting. Range = -12 to +12
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13 TREBLE VOLUME
Press the TREBLE button to display the current Treble audio volume setting.
t
0
Within two seconds after pressing the TREBLE button, press the MASTER VOLUME buttons to adjust the Treble
volume setting. Range = -12 to +12
14 TRANSPOSE
Press the TRANSPOSE button to display the current playback “key”.
The key of the music on a CD or music from an MP3 file cannot be changed!
K 0 5
Within two seconds after pressing the TRANSPOSE button, press the MASTER VOLUME buttons to adjust the playback “key”.
Range = Up 12 to Down 12in half-step increments from middle “C”.
4 PROGRAM - Root Files vs. Program Files
After gaining access to the songs within a program (subdirectory), pressing the PROGRAM button exits from the program.
When Pxx is displayed, where xx is a number between 00 and 99, it’s an indication that there are Programs
(subdirectories) on the selected media. Unlike files on the root of the media, where the total number of songs on the
media are displayed after the initial scan, media with programs display the first program after the initial scan.
P 0 1
Press the <<TRACK or TRACK>> buttons to go to the available PROGRAMS.
P X X
Press the PLAY button to “drill down” into an available PROGRAM.
The first song number will be displayed. Press PLAY again to play this song or...
0 0 1
Press the <<TRACK, TRACK>> or the Number buttons to go to a song within the PROGRAM.
0 5 6
Press and Hold the <<TRACK button until “PuP” (Program Up) is displayed.
P u P
Pressing PLAY will then return to display the list of available PROGRAMS.
P 0 1
5
REPEAT
There are two repeat modes: Repeat Song and Repeat Program. REPEAT mode is accessed during song playback.
Select a song an press PLAY
Press PLAY and then REPEAT repeatedly
to cycle through PLAY and the two
REPEAT options.
8
One Flash
Per Second
Flashing
PLAY
0 0 3
REPEAT Song. Repeats selected song.
0 0 3
REPEAT Program. Repeats all songs within selected Program or Root
0 0 3
RANDOM
There are three RANDOM modes: One Song, Program, and Source
The RANDOM mode can be changed during STOP or PLAY.
Press RANDOM repeatedly to cycle
through the PLAY mode and the three
RANDOM option modes.
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Flashing
Normal PLAY mode.
0 0 3
Though the random modes may be changed while play is stopped, the
random mode is only confirmed, by the flashing dots, during playback.
Four Flashes
Per Second
Rapidly
Flashing
RANDOM Song (one).
Plays ONLY one random song within the selected program.
0 0 3
RANDOM Program. Plays songs randomly within the selected program.
0 0 3
RANDOM Source. Plays songs randomly within the selected source.
0 0 3
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...Remote Control Features
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15 TEMPO
Press the TEMPO button to display the current tempo.
The tempo of the music on a CD or music from an MP3 file cannot be changed! Only Standard MIDI files.
K 0 5
Within two seconds after pressing the TEMPO button, press the MASTER VOLUME buttons to adjust the speed of the
playback. Range = -50 (Displays “nI”) to +100 (Displays “nA”)
6
7
Previous <<TRACK & Next TRACK >>
Press the <<TRACK>> buttons to go to the Previous or Next Program.
P 0 1
Press the <<TRACK>> buttons to go to the Previous or Next Song.
0 0 1
Within two seconds after pressing the STEREO BALANCE button, press the <<TRACK>> buttons to balance the volume of the
Left and Right speakers. A two speaker system is required.
The <<TRACK button balances the volume to the Left speaker.
v 0 5
The TRACK>> button balances the volume to the Right speaker.
v 0 9
3
Number Buttons - Selecting specific songs.
Playing songs from the Root Directory
Root Directory: Files on a CDROM or CompactFlash that are not within a Program directory
Press the Number buttons to select a specific song by track number:
5
Press the +10 or +20 button to enter a 1- or 2- (10 or 20) to the display.
2 -
Then, press a single digit number from 0-9 to complete the song number selection.
2 3
Press and HOLD the +10 or +20 button to increment the display by 10 or 20. The display will advance until the button
is released or until the maximum number of songs available on the selected media has been reached.
Maximum: CFLASH=50- and CDROM=99-).
6 2 -
Then, press a single digit number from 0-9 to complete the song number selection.
Maximum: CFLASH=509 and CDROM=999.
6 2 5
Playing songs from a Program Directory
The first Program is displayed after the initial media scan.
The following examples assume that there are a total of 4 Programs on the media.
P 0 1
The 0, +10 and +20 buttons are not functional when Pxx is displayed.
Pressing one of these buttons at this time does not change the display.
P x x
Pressing a Number (N) button drills down to the first song of Program (N).
Example: Pressing 2 displays song 1 of Program 2.
0 0 1
Then, press PLAY to play song 1 or the Number (N) button to play song (N).
See the section directly above to enter numbers greater than 9.
If the Number (N) is greater than the total number of Programs on the media the last Program will be displayed.
Example: Pressing 9 displays P04 because it is the last Program on the media.
P 0 4
19 STEREO BALANCE
Press the STEREO BALANCE button to display the current Left/Right audio balance setting.
Range = Left 20 to Right 20
Display setting shown indicates equal balance between left and right speaker.
_ 0 0
Within two seconds after pressing the STEREO BALANCE button, press the one of the <<TRACK>> buttons to balance the
volume of the Left and Right speakers. A two speaker system is required.
The <<TRACK button increases the volume of the Left speaker as it decreases the volume of the Right speaker.
v 0 5
The TRACK>> button increases the volume of the Right speaker as it decreases the volume of the Left speaker.
v 0 9
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Play MIDI & MP3 Files from CDROM or CompactFlash
CD “cd” or CompactFlash “cF” Source
Petine can read MIDI & MP3 files that are burned to a CD-R disc or copied to a CompactFlash memory card.
Must be written for “Piano” [Patch numbers 1-6] to trigger the piano keys. See the “General MIDI Sounds List” on page 55.
MIDI The optional soundcard must be installed to hear any other instruments [Patches 7-128] and drums. See page 55.
Google search “MIDI Piano” on your computer to find MIDI files on the internet that will play the piano keys.
MP3
If the MP3 file was generated from QRS data Petine will automatically detect the Analog MIDI information on the left
channel to play the piano keys. Otherwise the piano keys will not play.
See “File Types Recognized by Petine’s Sources” Page 26.
Root Files vs. Program Files
Programs are subdirectories on a CDROM disc or CompactFlash card where song files can be categorized and saved for playback.
Petine will recognize and playback the file types, listed above, on either the Root or within a Program on a CDROM or
CompactFlash, but not from both areas on the same media. This means... if there are playable song files on both the Root and
within a Program Petine will only recognize and display the song files on the Root of the media.
Save music files to either the Root or in Programs on a particular CDROM or CompactFlash card.
Root Files will display three numbers “xxx”, ranging from 000-999 on a CDROM and 000-509 on a CompactFlash.
6 2 5
Programs will display as “Pxx”, where “xx” is a number from 01 to 99.
P 0 1
Refer to the following pages for more information.
“Maximum Number of Songs & Programs”, page 10.
“Playing Songs from the Root Directory”, page 12
“Playing Songs from a Program Directory”, page 12
To play these files see the following:
“Play from the CompactFlash Source…” Page 7
“Play a QRS CD Using the Remote Control” Page 8
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Record Using the Remote Control - Requires Optional PNOscan
Record Source “rc”
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•
•
•
Recording the piano requires the optional PNOscan, MIDI Adapter Cable & Jumper .
See page 46. “Connecting for Standard Playback or Optional Record” section of this manual for instructions.
Recordings are stored in 9 internal memory locations with a total record time of over 400 minutes.
Saved recordings can be recorded over or erased.
Individual recordings can be saved directly to a CompactFlash card.
To save the 9 recordings as a group so that new songs can be recorded. See the “CompactFlash Utilities” section of this manual.
1 Press the STOP button to halt play.
0 0 1
2 Tap the SOURCE button and then the Number 6 button to display “6rc”.
6 R c
3 The first record source’s playback location “rP1” displays.
3
If you go to a different source before saving a recording and then return to the record
source “rEC” will display to remind you to save your last recording.
4
1
5
2
r P 1
4 Repeatedly tap the TRACK>> button to display record “rEC”.
r E C
Press PLAY to enter the record session. Three dots will begin to flash at 60 beats per
minute. Rotating the ADJ Dial will change the metronome rate..
5 Play the piano or send MIDI data to start. Recording begins when MIDI data is
received by Petine via the MIDI Input cable.
Alternately flashing dots appear in the left and center display segments to
acknowledge that MIDI data is being received.
0 6 0
1 Press STOP when finished. The recording is temporarily stored in location “rPn”.
r P n
You now have several options to choose from:
2
4
5
Listen to the new recording, before saving, by pressing PLAY.
Or, review the 9 record locations by repeatedly tapping the <<TRACK>>
buttons to select “rPx” and press PLAY.
r P x
r P x
Record Over an existing recording or Save to an empty location by
repeatedly tapping the <<TRACK>> button to select one of the 9 record
or
locations “rcx” and then pressing the PLAY button to replace what’s
currently stored in “rPx”.
r c x
r S A
or
Save the recording to a CompactFlash card by repeatedly tapping the
<<TRACK>> button to select “rcF” then pressing PLAY.
r c f
r S A
or
Re-record by repeatedly tapping the <<TRACK>> button to select “rEC”
r E C
and then pressing PLAY to repeat the process.
0 6 0
or
Erase an existing recording by going through the record procedure but, do not send MIDI data
to Petine. Then “save” this empty song to the desired record location.
4
1
3
Play a Recorded Song Using the Remote Control
To play back a song from one of the nine record locations follow steps 1 thru 3 above to access the Record Source.
At step 4, stop tapping the <<TRACK>> buttons at the desired record location, rP1 through rP9.
Press PLAY.
How Individual Recordings are Named when Saved to a CompactFlash Card
The very first time that an individual recording is saved directly to the CompactFlash card Petine creates a folder named “RECSES99”
and saves the individual recording as “RECSN001. All subsequent recordings saved to “rcF”, on the same CompactFlash card, are
placed in the same folder and named “RECSN002...RECSN###” up to RECSN999.
Note: If there are ANY music files on the “root” of the CFLASH card Petine will not recognize the files in the “RECSES99” folder. The nine
record locations can also be saved, as a group, using the “Copy Record Memory” option of the “CompactFlash Utility”.
These naming conventions are useful only when the CompactFlash card is viewed on a computer. Petine will display these groups as
“Pxx” where “xx” is a number corresponding to the location of the groups on the CompactFlash card. For more information see
“Playing Songs from a Program Directory” under “Number Buttons” which is located in the “Remote Control Features” section on page 12.
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Play a General MIDI Sound Using the Piano Keyboard
MIDI Source “ni”
Requires Optional PNOscan & Soundcard
Press STOP to halt play. Press the remote control’s SOURCE button and then the number 5 button. “5ni” displays.
S n i
If the display reads “- - -” then you need to change the MIDI Input Select option.
See page 36. “MIDI Input Select”, follow the instructions and set the option to “rc”.
- - -
The display should read “001” with a flashing dot at right to indicate “play” mode.
“001” represents Patch 1, the Acoustic Grand Piano in the General MIDI Sound List.
The General MIDI Acoustic Grand Piano will sound through the speaker when triggered by MIDI data. See page 55.
0 0 1
Rotate the ADJ Dial to adjust the volume.
0 2 0
Press STOP on the remote control. Rotate the ADJ Dial on the Petine controller or push the <<TRACK>> buttons on
the remote control to select another instrument from the General MIDI Sound List.
See page 55. “General MIDI Sounds - List” for the numbers associated the soundcard instruments.
0 0 8
Play the piano keys to hear the selected General MIDI soundcard instrument through the speakers.
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Front Panel Features
1
11
2
10
3
4
1
5
Power Button
6
7
8
9
Turns the system ON and OFF.
2
Display Screen
3
CompactFlash Eject
Button
Press to eject a CompactFlash card.
4
CompactFlash Card
Reader
The CompactFlash card reader replaces the traditional floppy disc drive.
It’s best to insert the CompactFlash card before powering ON.
5
CD ROM Drive
6
CD Busy LED
7
CD Eject Button
8
Emergency CD Eject
Hole
Use to open the CD door when power is removed from the Petine CD
controller. Straighten the open end of a small paper clip and gently insert it
into the hole to open.
9
SELect/ADJust Dial
Used to access all of the functions of Petine.
Press & Hold to shut down if Petine stops responding.
10
Headphone Jack
11
Infra-Red (IR) Sensor
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Three segment LED display.
Plays the following formats: QRS CD; MIDI files on CDROM [CD-R Only].
This LED illuminates whenever the CD is being accessed.
Press to eject a CD.
Headphone output.
3.5mm (1/8”) Stereo Jack
Point the remote toward the IR sensor to control Petine.
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Back Panel Features
9
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
Power Input
2
Microphone Input /
Line Out 2
Inputs for: Microphone or Barcus Berry Pickup or Piano Microphone.
Output for: Mixed Output.
3.5mm (1/8”) Stereo Jack
3
Analog MIDI Output
Transmit the MIDI Piano signal wirelessly.
RCA Jack
Sends the analog MIDI signal out of the AMI Output jack only when playing from
the CD source.
4
Auxiliary Input
“Line In”
Stereo input for connection to an external computer or CD/DVD changer.
3.5mm (1/8”) Stereo Jack
5
Line Output
6
S-Video Output
7
Output to the Pianomation
Processor
8
Universal Serial Bus A
Currently Not Used
9
Universal Serial Bus B
Currently Not Used
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Input from the AC to 5 Volt DC Power Adapter.
Stereo output to powered speakers).
3.5mm (1/8”) Stereo Jack
Currently Not Used
Connector for the Standard Pianomation Processor Cable or for the RecordMIDI IN /MIDI OUT cable.
DB15 Socket
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Setup Menu Functions - Navigation Basics
All of Petine’s functions can be controlled from the Setup Menu which is accessed using the front panel’s ADJ Dial.
Some functions that can also be changed using the Remote Control - shown in bold type in the Function table below.
This page will show you the basics of navigating through the Setup Menu so that you can get to any function.
The pages that follow will give specific instructions on each of the functions.
Play must be STOPPED before the Setup Menu can be entered.
If any dots are flashing in the display, press the Remote’s STOP button or the Front Panel’s ADJ Dial.
When no dots are present, Double-Click the Dial to access the Setup Menu.
Double-Click = Tap the Dial twice within one-half second.
When you have entered the Setup Menu you will see the current “Source”. See below.
While in the Setup Menu, pressing the ADJ Dial changes the dot from solid to flashing to solid…
Rotating the Dial while the dot is SOLID moves the dot from left to right (table column).
Rotating the Dial while the dot is FLASHING moves you through the functions or values (table row).
To Exit the Setup Menu: Double-Click the ADJ Dial at any time.
Solid Dot
Flashing Dot
Setup Menu Function
Source
Audio Volume
Piano Volume
Tempo
Transpose
Microphone
Stereo Balance
Bass Volume
Treble Volume
Metronome Volume
Delay
Configure Pianomation
Test 2
Alignment / Test 11
Audio Configuration
CompactFlash Utilities
CD ROM Utilities
F-Curves
Midi Input Select
Time Signature
Mixed Out Level Piano
Soundcard Output
Main Audio Output
Exit
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Push to SELect
Rotate to ADJust
Dial
Display
S
A
P
v
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n
2
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c
F
C
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P
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0
0 0
0 0
0
0 0
0 0
0 0
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P n
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S t
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With Play Stopped: Double-Click the ADJ dial to Enter the Setup Menu.
Pressing the Dial alternately changes the Dot: - Solid or Flashing.
Rotating the Dial moves a Solid Dot: Left / Right.
Rotating Dial moves a Flashing Dot: Up / Down.
Dots can be placed in any of the highlighted squares in this table.
Double-Click at anytime to Exit.
The table on the opposite page shows
the complete list of Setup Menu options.
Example: Select the CD Source.
Display
Setup Menu Function
Source
1] Stop Play
0
S
2 4
i n
S
i n
3] Rotate dial to put dot at far right.
S
i n
4] Press the dial once.
S
c d
S
i n
S
c F
S
A v
S
n i
S
r c
C
1 4
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2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
5] Rotate dial to display “cd“.
6] Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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Function
Source
Setup Menu Functions - Table
Display
Options & Ranges
Pages
cd
in
cF
Compact Disc Drive
Internal
CompactFlash
Settings below are not seen when in the Setup Menu.
Auxiliary AnI Analog MIDI (Default)
StE Stereo
General MIDI Sound number when MIDI Input
001 Select is set to Record Strip “rc”.
MIDI
--- Plays from MIDI IN cable when MIDI Input Select is set to File Player “FP”.
Record & Save [rc1-rc9; rEC; rcF] Playback [rP1-rP9; rPn]
Audio Offset Volume
Range: -9 to 9
Piano Offset Volume
Range: -9 to 9
5,9,10,13,26
S
Av
ni
rc
Audio Volume
Piano Volume
Tempo
Transpose
Microphone
Stereo Balance
Bass Volume
Treble Volume
Metronome Volume
Delay
A
P
v
\
_
b
t
U
d
Configure
Pianomation
n
Test 2
Test 11
2
"
Configure Audio
CompactFlash
Utilities
CD ROM Utilities
c
F
C
0
0
00
00
0
00
00
00
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Pn
Sy
m1
m2
m3
m4
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e=
St
SA
SL
bb
2o
d
S
A
L E
F
c
E
d
S
A
E
L
c
C
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AU
nA
rc
Fp
F-Curves
/
Midi Input Select
J
Time Signature
n 44
Mixed Out Level
P 80
nA
S
St
no
o
St
E nd
Soundcard Output
Main Audio Output
Exit
Default Remote
5,6,10,26
5,7,10,13,26
5,10,23,26
in
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
5,10,15,22,26
5,10,14,26
29
0
0
-00
v00
0
_00
00
00
0
Pianomation = 500ms Delay
Synthesis = No Delay
29
Pn
No
All Pianos
Piano Channel 1
All Instruments
All MIDI
30
m1
No
Playback Speed
Playback Key
Microphone Volume
Left / Right Audio Balance
Bass Volume Offset
Treble Volume Offset
Click Track Volume Level
Range: “nI” for Min=50 nA” for Max=100
Range: 00 = No change to Up or Down 12 Halfsteps
Range: 0 to 9
Range: L20 to R20
Range: -12 to 12
Range: -12 to 12
Range: 0 to 9
Not Yet Available
Sets the Minimum Force of the Keys and the Pedal Solenoid
8,10,27
8,10,27
12,27
11,27
28
12,28
10,28
11,28
No
30
Standard
Karaoke (Sing Along)
Silent Piano
Barcus Berry Pickup
Mixed Output
31
St
No
Demo Update
System Update
Application Update
Key List Update
Format
Copy Record
Erase Record Memory
32
d
No
Demo Update
System Update
Application Update
L=Key List Update
Copy - SyncAlong (Will not overwrite existing CompactFlash card SAL files)
Copy - SyncAlong (Overwrites existing CompactFlash card SAL files)
33
d
No
34 & 35
of
Yes
15, 22,36
rc
No
36
37
44
80
No
No
Maximum
Dynamic
37
na
No
Mono
Stereo
38
no
No
Exit Setup Menu (“double-click” the ADJ Dial)
38
Off
Automatic
Manual
Record Strip
F-Player
Metronome Click-track
Soundcard Piano Volume on Line Output 2 Range: 00 to 80
No
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Play a QRS CD Using the Petine Controller
CD Source “cd”
Infrared Eye (IR)
Remote Control
ADJ Dial
Rotate to Adjust
Press to Select
Power
Three Segment
Display
CD Eject
Power ON
Press the Power button to turn on the system.
Insert CD
Press the CD Eject button to open the CD tray.
Snap the CD onto the spindle and close the tray.
Push Here to
Close Door!
Display
Play Song
Adjust Volume
Stop play
Next song
Previous Song
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0
S
2 4
i n
Press STOP to halt play.
S
i n
Rotate dial to move dot to the far right.
S
i n
Press the dial, the dot begins flashing.
S
c d
Rotate the dial to display “cd”.
S
S
S
S
S
C
i
c
A
n
r
1
Double-Click the dial to Select and Exit.
n
F
v
i
c
2
Double-Click the ADJ dial. [ Double-Click = twice within one-half second]
Press the ADJ Dial and the first song begins to play.
Rotate the ADJ Dial to change the Master Volume level.
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the song.
While playback is stopped, rotate the ADJ Dial clockwise to advance to the Next song or
counter-clockwise to go back to the Previous song.
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Record Using the Petine Controller - Requires Optional PNOscan
Record Source “rc”
The optional MIDI Adapter cable must be used and a jumper installed inside Petine.
See page 46, “Connecting for Standard Playback or Optional Record” for instructions.
To record from the piano an optional record strip must be installed under the keys.
If a song is playing, indicated by a flashing dot in the far right display segment, press the ADJ Dial once so that no dots
appear in the display.
0 0 1
Tap the ADJ Dial twice, quickly, within one-half second to enter the Setup Menu.
S i n
Rotate the ADJ Dial clockwise to move the dot to the far right display segment.
S I n
Press the ADJ Dial once so that the dot begins to flash.
S I n
Rotate the ADJ Dial until “Src” appears in the display.
S R c
Tap the ADJ Dial twice, quickly, within one-half second to select the record source and exit the Setup Menu. The first
record playback location “rP1” displays. If you go to a different source before saving a recording and then return to the record
source “rEC” will display to remind you save your last recording.
r P 1
Rotate the ADJ Dial clockwise to display “rEC” for the record location.
r E C
Press the ADJ Dial to enter the record session.
Three dots will begin to flash at 60 beats per minute. Rotate the dial to change this metronome rate.
0 6 0
Play the piano or send MIDI data to start. Recording begins when MIDI data is received by the MIDI Input cable.
Alternately flashing dots appear in the left and center display segments to acknowledge that MIDI data is being received.
0 6 0
Press the ADJ Dial once when finished. The recording is now stored in a temporary memory location.
r P n
You now have several options to choose from:
Listen to the recording by pressing PLAY. Or listen to a song recorded in any one of the 9 record source
locations by repeatedly tapping the <<TRACK>> buttons to select “rPx” and press PLAY.
r P x r P x
or
Record Over an existing recording or Save to an empty location by rotating the ADJ Dial to one of the 9
r c x r S A
record locations “rcx” and pressing the ADJ Dial to replace what’s in “rPx”.
or
Save the recording to a CompactFlash card by rotate the ADJ Dial to “rcF” then pressing the ADJ Dial.
r c f r S A
or
Re-record by rotating the ADJ Dial to “rEC” and pressing the ADJ Dial to repeat the process.
r E C 0 6 0
or
Erase an existing recording by going through the record procedure but, do not send MIDI data to Petine.
Then “save” this empty song to the desired record location.
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Play Petine from a MIDI File Player or Computer
MIDI Source “ni”
To access the MIDI IN/OUT features connect the optional MIDI Adapter cable and add a jumper as shown on page 46.
“Optional MIDI Adapter Cable Connections for RECORD MIDI File Player”
“Connecting for Standard Playback or Optional Record”
When an external device’s MIDI Out is connected to the MIDI IN cable of Petine, the MIDI Source can be set to either play the
piano or to trigger Petine’s internal soundcard instruments. An optional soundcard is required to hear the instruments but is not
required to hear the piano play. Petine comes from the factory set to trigger the soundcard instruments.
See the “General MIDI Sounds List” at the end of this manual.
Set Up Petine to Play from a MIDI File Player Or Computer.
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1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
/
J
r c
5] Stop at the “J”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
S
S
A
P
v
\
_
b
t
U
d
n
2
11
c
F
C
rc
FP
J
r c
J
r c
J
r c
J
F P
-
- -
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to display “FP”.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
Play Petine from a MIDI File Player Or Computer.
Press STOP to halt play. Press the remote control’s SOURCE button and then the number 5 button. “5ni” displays.
Or...
On the Petine controller, press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second.
Rotate the ADJ Dial so that the dot is in the far right segment.
Press the ADJ Dial once so that the dot is flashing.
Rotate the ADJ Dial until “Sni” appears.
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to exit.
S n i
S n i
After a few seconds the display changes to “---” with a flashing dot at right.
Petine will now respond to MIDI data received into MIDI IN cable.
- - -
Rotate the ADJ Dial to adjust the volume.
0 2 0
Press STOP on the remote or Press the ADJ Dial on Petine to halt playback.
S n i
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Play QRS CDs (Non-SyncAlong) From Your Own CD Player
Auxiliary Source “Av”
The QRS SyncAlong series music will NOT play from the Auxiliary source.
Connect your CD player to Petine using one of the diagrams at the bottom of this page.
Press STOP to halt play. Press the remote control’s SOURCE button and then the number 4 button. “4Av” displays.
4 A v
After a few seconds the display changes to the default “AMI” setting. Petine will now respond to the external source.
A M I
Start playback on the external source connected to the “Line In” jack on the back panel of the Petine controller and the piano will
play. Use Petine’s remote to control piano and audio volume levels.
Press the STOP button on the remote or the ADJ Dial on Petine to halt playback.
A M I
The two modes of the Auxiliary Input Source:
The AnI setting is used when Petine expects to receive “Analog MIDI Input” signal from the left channel of the CD
player. This is needed to play the piano.
A M I
The StE setting is used when Petine expects to receive a “Stereo” audio signal on both the left and right channels of the
external source. Use when playing audio CDs, he piano keys will not play.
S t e
Use the <<TRACK>> buttons on the remote control or the ADJ Dial on the controller to select the AnI or StE modes.
Connecting Petine to Your Own CD Player
Direct Connection
Speaker at Piano
or
Connect your CD player’s Left and Right
Line Outputs to Petine’s Line Inputs.
Direct Connection
Speaker at CD Player
or
Connect only the Left Line Output of your CD player to Petine’s Left
Line Input. The audio plays through your home stereo system.
Wireless Connection
Speaker at CD Player
or
Connect your CD player’s Left and Right Line Outputs to the Shure
wireless transmitters and Petine’s Line Inputs to the Shure Receivers.
or
Connect your CD player’s Left Line Output to a Shure wireless
transmitter and Petine’s Left Line Input to a Shure Receiver. The
audio plays through your home stereo system.
Wireless Connection
Speaker at Piano
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Audio Configuration Options
Standard
The Standard “Default” option is used for normal operation.
Front panel’s Headphone jack is active.
Rear panel’s Line Out jack active for audio out.
Rear panel’s “Mic Input / Line Out 2” jack is disabled.
Refer to pages 16, 17 and 31.
Using a Microphone - Karaoke (Sing Along)
Connect a microphone to the back panel’s “Mic Input/Line Out 2” jack. See Item 2 on page 17
Set the Audio Configuration Option to “SA”- Karaoke (Sing Along)
See “Audio Configuration” in the “Setup Menu Functions-Advanced” section on page 31.
After changing the Configuration Setting the system will automatically turn OFF.
Turn the system ON again.
The Microphone will be active, from any source, while in “PLAY” mode and can be used alone by selecting the Auxiliary Source.
The volume of the microphone follows the Master and Audio volume controls.
To increase the volume of the microphone relative to the Audio and Master volume levels, follow the “Microphone Volume Level”
instructions in the “Setup Menu Functions-Advanced” section of this manual. See page 28.
Practice In Silence - Silent Piano
You hear the Soundcard’s Grand Piano through headphones without hearing the acoustic piano strings.
Requires the Optional: PNOscan, MIDI Adapter Cable, Soundcard, Headphones and Stop-Rail
Optional Parts List: See the connection diagrams and parts list on pages 46 & 47.
PNOscan Record System - Detects piano key movement.
79017
MIDI Adapter Cable - Provides MIDI IN/OUT Connection.
99140
Jumper - Activates Petine’s MIDI IN/OUT.
990044
Soundcard - Provides Grand Piano sound.
981007
Stop Rail - Grand - Blocks hammers from striking strings.
56022
Headphones
Local Purchase
Set the Audio Configuration Option to “SL”- Silent Piano
See “Audio Configuration” in the “Setup Menu Functions-Advanced” section on page 31.
After changing the Configuration Setting the system will automatically turn OFF.
Turn the system ON again.
Plug headphones into the front panel’s headphone jack.
Engage the Stop Rail to block the hammers from striking the strings.
Play the piano to practice in silence.
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Audio Configuration Options
Send Acoustic Piano to Home Stereo - Barcus Berry
Your piano with Pianomation is connected to your home stereo system.
You can hear the audio “accompaniment” music through your home speaker system but, not the acoustic piano.
Requires the Optional Barcus Berry Piano Transducer.
See the “Pianomation Accessories” on pages 58.
Barcus Berry - Amplifies the piano’s soundboard
70046
Piano/Audio Mixer - Balances Piano with Audio
70530
Set the Audio Configuration Option to “bb- Barcus Berry
See “Audio Configuration” in the “Setup Menu Functions-Advanced” section on page 31.
After changing the Configuration Setting the system will automatically turn OFF.
Turn the system ON again.
Connect the Barcus Berry preamp’s Monitor Output into the rear panel’s “Mic Input / Line Out 2” jack.
See “Back Panel Features” on page 17.
Make certain that the Left Channel of the rear panel’s Line Out jack is connected to you home stereo system.
See “Audio Configuration” in the “Setup Menu Functions-Advanced” section on page 31.
The amplified acoustic piano and the audio accompaniment will be sent to your home stereo system.
Send Soundcard Piano to Home Stereo - Mixed Output
Your piano with Pianomation is connected to your home stereo system.
You can hear the audio “accompaniment” music through your home speaker system but, not the acoustic piano.
This feature is only active when playing from the Petine’s CD (QRS CDs) and Internal Sources.
Requires the Optional soundcard.
See the “Petine Options” on pages 47.
Soundcard
981007
Set the Audio Configuration Option to “2o- Mixed Output
See “Audio Configuration” in the “Setup Menu Functions-Advanced” section on page 31.
After changing the Configuration Setting the system will automatically turn OFF.
Turn the system ON again.
The soundcard’s Grand Piano and the audio accompaniment will be sent to your home stereo system when playing QRS CDs and
the Internal Source music.
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Setup Menu Functions - Advanced...
Selecting a Source
Selects the source that Petine will use to play the piano.
The desired Source is easily selected using the remote control
Display
S
2 4
i n
S
i n
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Rotate dial to far right.
S
i n
4] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
CD
S
c d
Internal
CompactFlash
Auxiliary
MIDI
Record
S
S
S
S
S
C
i n
c F
A v
n i
r c
12
0
5] Rotate dial to the desired Source.
6] Double-Click to Select and Exit.
File Types Recognized by Petine’s Sources
Source
File Name
Extension
File Types Recognized
cda
Stereo Audio and QRS Pianomation
mid
General MIDI
mp3
MP3
Internal
mid
General MIDI
CompactFlash
mid
General MIDI
mp3
MP3
cda
QRS Pianomation CD via an external CD player.
wma
QRS Pianomation music downloaded from NetPiano.com.
MIDI
mid
MIDI - Optional MIDI adapter cable and jumper required.
Record
mid
MIDI - Optional PNOscan Record System; MIDI adapter cable and jumper required.
CD
Auxiliary
Maximum Number of Songs & Programs
CDROM Root
000 - 999
CFLASH Root
000 - 509
Programs On CFLASH or CDROM
P01 - P99
CDROM & CFLASH Program Pxx
000 - 999
Internal Music Demo Disc
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...Setup Menu Functions - Advanced...
Audio Volume Level
Piano Volume Level
Increases and decreases the audio volume without affecting the
master volume or the piano volume levels.
Increases and decreases the piano volume without affecting the
master volume or the audio volume levels.
This function is easily adjusted using the remote control
This function is easily adjusted using the remote control
Display
Range
-9 to 9
C
S
S
0 1
A
A
0
0
A
-2
A
-2
A
0
C
01
Display
1]
2]
3]
4]
5]
Press STOP to halt play.
Double-Click the ADJ dial.
Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
Rotate the dial clockwise.
Stop at the “A”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
Range
-9 to 9
C
S
S
A
P
0 1
P
0
P
-2
P
-2
P
0
C
01
0
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
5] Stop at the “P”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
Tempo [Music’s Speed]
Transpose [Music’s “Key”]
Increases or decreases the music’s speed. MIDI Files ONLY!
The tempo of the music on a CD or music from an MP3 file
cannot be changed!
Changes the “key” of the music. MIDI Files ONLY!
The key of the music on a CD or music from an MP3 file
cannot be changed!
This function is easily adjusted using the remote control
This function is easily adjusted using the remote control
Display
Display
2 4
i n
i n
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
0
S
S
A
P
-
0 0
-
-
0 0
-
0 0
5] Stop at the “-”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
0
S
S
A
P
Range
-
-50 to +100
R
1 0
0
2 4
0 0
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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2 4
i n
i n
v
v
0 0
v
0 0
Range
v
0 0
-12 to +12
n
0 2
0
2 4
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1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
5] Stop at the “v”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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Microphone Volume Level
Bass Volume
Increases the audio output for a microphone connected to the
Mic Input/Line Out 2 socket on the back panel.
This function is easily adjusted using the remote control
Display
C
S
S
A
P
0 1
c d
c d
Increases or decreases the low frequency audio coming out of
the speaker system.
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
Display
C
S
S
A
-
0 to 9
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
5] Stop at the “b”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
P
v
Range
0 1
c d
c d
-
\
0
\
0
\
0
\
0
\
9
C
0 1
5] Stop at the “\”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
v
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
b
0 0
b
0 0
\
_
b
0 0
Range
b
0 0
-12 to 12
b
0 6
C
0 1
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
Stereo Balance
Treble Volume
This function is easily adjusted using the remote control
This function is easily adjusted using the remote control
Increases one of the audio channels as it decreases the other.
This is useful ONLY if the player system is connected to two
speakers AND a two-channel audio (SyncAlong) music is being
played.
Increases or decreases the high frequency audio coming out of
the speaker system.
Display
C
S
S
A
P
Display
C
S
S
A
P
0 1
c d
c d
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
v
\
v
_
\
_
0 0
_
0 0
_
0 0
Range
_
0 0
L20 to R20
l
0 4
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1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
-
-
C
0 1
c d
c d
0 1
b
5] Stop at the “_”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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t
t
0 0
t
0 0
Range
t
0 0
-12 to 12
t
0 3
C
0 1
5] Stop at the “t”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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...Setup Menu Functions - Advanced...
Metronome Volume - Record “Click-Track”
Delay [Pianomation vs. Synthesizer]
Adjusts the audible click-track, at the selected time signature
below, heard through the speakers during recording.
A setting of “0” mutes the “click-track”.
It takes 500ms for the mechanics of the acoustic piano keys to
respond to data sent from Petine. Petine actually delays the
audio to the speaker by 500ms to keep it in sync with the piano.
Display
r
S
S
A
P
p 1
r c
r c
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
v
\
_
How to Use Petine as a Stand-Alone MIDI Controller
b
t
U
o 0
U
o 0
U
o 0
Range
U
o 0
0 to 9
U
o 6
r
Pianomation “Pn” - Default
Keep the delay set to “Pn” whenever Petine is connected to an
acoustic piano and you want the acoustic piano keys to play.
Synthesizer “Sy”
Set the Delay to “Sy”, No Synthesizer Delay, when using Petine
as a Stand-Alone MIDI controller. This setting keeps the
“synthesized” background in-sync with the digital device.
Warning: If the piano is connected to Petine’s DB15
Pianomation cable the keys will play at full volume.
The “Sy” setting should only be used when Petine is used as a
stand-along MIDI controller.
p 1
5] Stop at the “U”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
Connect a MIDI adapter cable and jumper as instructed in the
“Optional MIDI Adapter Cable Connections for MIDI IN/OUT” in the
“Connecting for Standard Playback or Optional Record” section at
the back of this manual. Do NOT connect the Standard Cable to
the piano or the piano keys will play at full volume.
Follow the instructions below to set the Delay to “Sy”.
Connect the MIDI Adapter Cable’s “MIDI OUT” socket to use
Petine as a standard MIDI controller.
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1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
d
P M
d
P M
d
P M
5] Stop at the “d”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
Options
d
P M
Pm or sy
D
S Y
S
S
A
P
v
\
_
b
t
U
-
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- -
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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...Setup Menu Functions - Advanced...
Pianomation Configuration
Sets Minimum Key Force / Alignment Test 11
The Pianomation Configuration settings determine how
Petine and the piano will respond to MIDI data.
The Test Alignment 11 function allows you to set the minimum
force for each of the keys and the pedal solenoid. The standard
Pianomation system will play keys 5 through 84, the first and last
four keys are not connected. This eliminates the need to cut into
the bass and treble legs. Note: Not all system use a Pedal Solenoid.
See the “General MIDI Sounds List” section of this manual for the list
of General MIDI sounds.
1 All Pianos
General MIDI Piano Sounds 1-6 on channels 1-16
(except 10-drums).
When the Pianomation Configuration is set to “All
Pianos” the acoustic piano keys will play when the
MIDI file is written for any of the first six piano
instruments.
Piano
2 Channel 1
General MIDI Sound 1 (Grand Piano) on Channel 1
When the Pianomation Configuration is set to
“Piano Channel 1” the acoustic piano keys will play
when the MIDI music is written for the Grand
Piano, sound patch 1.
Display
0 1
c d
c d
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
11
e =
11
e =
11
e =
5] Stop at the “11”.
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
C
S
S
A
P
-
Piano plays full orchestration except drums and
special effects.
All
3 Instruments When the Pianomation Configuration is set to “All
Instruments” the acoustic piano keys will play
when the MIDI file is written for ALL instruments.
v
General MIDI Piano Sounds 1-6 are sent to
Pianomation, the acoustic piano, and ALL MIDI
data is sent to the MIDI Out socket of the options
MIDI Adapter Cable.
t
4 All MIDI
0 1
c F
c F
_
b
U
d
n
Display
0
S
S
A
P
\
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
2
-
-
v
-
\
2
_
2
b
-
0
0
8
7
0
1
5
5
3
5
t
-
0 6
11] Press the dial do display the key’s force setting.
12] Rotate dial so key sounds as soft as possible.
13] Press the dial.
14] Rotate the dial to select the next, or any, key #.
15] Repeat steps 11-14 for keys 5-84.
U
d
n
m 1
n
m 1
n
m 1
Range
n
m 1
1 to 4
n
n 3
0
8] Press the dial to execute. Please Wait!
9] This represents piano key #1.
10] Rotate the dial clockwise to display “05”.
0 1
5] Stop at the “n”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
-
P d
16] When finished, rotate past key 88 to display “Pd”.
2
7 3
17] Press the dial.
2
5 0
16] Rotate dial for a smooth lift of sustain dampers.
S
t o
17] Press dial to STORE new settings to processor.
11
e =
New settings aren’t saved unless “Sto” is displayed!
C
0 1
Double-Click to Store and Exit.
Test 2
This function is not yet available.
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...Setup Menu Functions - Advanced...
Audio Configuration
The Audio Configuration setting changes the functionality of the front and rear panel jacks.
A “mixed” output includes a synthesized piano sound along with the background audio.
See the Front and Rear Panel Features sections of the manual for the locations of these jacks.
Configuration
Option
Front Panel
Headphone
Rear Panel Input
Mic Input / Line Out 2
Rear Panel
Line Out
Usually connected to the speaker under the piano.
Standard
Unmixed
Disabled
Unmixed
Karaoke
(Sing Along)
Unmixed
No Microphone
Microphone Input:
On both L & R channels
Microphone With Unmixed Audio
Silent Piano
Mixed
Soundcard Required
Disabled
Muted Audio
Right
Channel
Barcus Berry
Audio Mixed with
Input:
Mic Input/Line Out 2 Barcus Berry Planer Wave
or
Piano
Microphone
Unmixed Audio
Required
Left
Channel
Mixed Output
Soundcard Required
Disabled
Mixed Output
Right
Channel
Unmixed Audio
To Piano Speaker
Left
Channel
Audio Mixed with
Mic Input/Line Out 2
To Home Audio System
Mixed Output
Soundcard Required
Mixed audio output includes the background audio from the CD plus the piano part from the optional soundcard.
Display
C
S
S
A
P
0 1
c d
c d
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
5] Stop at the small “c”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
v
\
_
b
t
U
d
n
2
11
c
S t
sT
Standard
c
S t
Sa
Karaoke
(Sing Along)
c
S t
sL
Silent Piano
c
S t
bb
Barcus Berry
c
2o
Mixed Output
C
2 o
0 1
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
When changes are made to this configuration Petine will automatically
shut down. Power Petine ON and the new settings will be active.
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...Setup Menu Functions - Advanced...
CompactFlash Utilities
Demo Update
Updates the Internal Source and the SyncAlong series index.
System Update
Restores Petine’s Application Image file.
Application Update
Updates or restores Petine’s Application Image.
Key List Update
Unavailable
Format
Formats a CompactFlash card.
Copy Record Memory
Copies all nine recordings as a group to a CompactFlash card.
See naming conventions below. “How Recordings are Named when Saved as a Group”
Erase Record Memory Erases songs in all 9 record source locations.
C
S
S
1 4
c d
c d
A
1]
2]
3]
Press STOP to halt play.
Double-Click the ADJ dial.
Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4]
Rotate the dial clockwise.
Stop at the “F”
Press the dial, the dot is solid.
Rotate the dial clockwise. Put the dot in center display segment.
P
v
\
_
b
t
U
d
n
2
11
c
d Demo Update
F
d
E
5]
F
d
E
F
d
E
6]
7]
F
d
E
c Copy Record Memory
F
A
E
e Erase Record Memory
F
A
E
F
A
E
S System Update
A Application Update
L Key List Update
f Format CFLASH
S
c c
F
A E
C
1 4
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
10] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
11] Rotate the dial clockwise. Move the dot to far right display segment.
12] Press the dial to execute the function. PLEASE WAIT!
13] Indicates a “successful” procedure.
14] Press the dial
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
How Recordings are Named when Saved as a Group
Each “group-save” creates a folder on the CompactFlash and then saves the contents from ALL 9 record source
locations in this folder. Empty record locations ARE saved. The first folder is named “RECSES01” and you can
perform a total of 98 of these group saves (RECSES01 through RECSES98).
The “RECSES99” folder name is reserved for individual saves to CFLASH during the record process.
The names assigned to the songs within these “group-saves” are “RECSNG01 through RECSNG09”
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T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
...Setup Menu Functions - Advanced...
CD Drive Utilities
Demo Update
Updates the Internal Source and the SyncAlong series index.
System Update
Restores Petine’s Application Image file.
Application Update
Updates or restores Petine’s Application Image.
Key List Update
Unavailable
Append SyncAlong
Copies SyncAlong music files from a CDROM to a CompactFlash card. Will NOT overwrite
files that are already on the CompactFlash card. Will not delete other music or data files.
Overwrite SyncAlong
Copies SyncAlong music files from a CDROM to a CompactFlash card. Will copy and
overwrite ALL files on CF from CDROM. Will not delete other music or data files.
C
S
S
1 4
c d
c d
A
1]
2]
3]
Press STOP to halt play.
Double-Click the ADJ dial.
Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4]
Rotate the dial clockwise.
Stop at the LARGE “C”
Press the dial, the dot is solid.
Rotate the dial clockwise. Put the dot in center display segment.
P
v
\
_
b
t
U
d
n
2
11
c
F
C
d
E
5]
C
d
E
A Application Update
C
d
E
6]
7]
L Key List Update
C
d
E
c Append SyncAlong - CDROM to Compact Flash
C
A
E
C Overwrite SyncAlong - CDROM to Compact Flash
C
A
E
C
A
E
d Demo Update
S System Update
Q R S
S
c c
F
A E
C
1 4
M U S I C
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
10] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
11] Rotate the dial clockwise. Move the dot to far right display segment.
12] Press the dial to execute the function. PLEASE WAIT!
13] Indicates a “successful” procedure.
14] Press the dial
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
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Petine
...Setup Menu Functions- Advanced...
F-Curves - Activate
The F-Curve settings determine how the Audio and Piano volume levels change as the Master volume level changes.
The default setting is OFF and the F-Curve settings cannot be accessed.
To activate the F-Curves change and save the setting to “manual”.
Volume Curves:
The Audio button sets the audio level for each global volume.
The Master button sets the Synth level for each global volume.
The Piano volume sets the Pianomation for each global volume.
Low: Corresponds to a global volume of 001.
Medium: Corresponds to a global volume of 064.
High: Corresponds to a global volume of 127.
Midi Expression Curves: When this function is selected, you can define the midi expression curves... Petine has
1000000 different expression curves. This defines how midi velocities from the source file are mapped into other
velocities towards the Pianomation. The source can have from 0 to 127 midi velocities, and the same is true for the
Pianomation. We use 3 typical midi velocities, being 32, 64, 96. They represent 25%, 50% & 75% of the maximum
(127) midi velocity. When this expression function is selected, the Audio keys (remote control) will define those
percentages.
1 5
c d
c d
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
/
o F
/
o F
5] Stop at the “/”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
C
S
S
A
P
v
\
_
b
t
U
d
n
2
11
c
F
C
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/
o F
o F
Off
/
o F
A U
Automatic
/
n A
n A
Manual
C
1 5
M U S I C
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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Petine V69_1
...Setup Menu Functions- Advanced...
F-Curves - Change
With the F-Curves set to “manual” you may now change the volume curves.
Insert a QRS CD, select the CD Source and press PLAY. Use the remote control’s volume buttons to set the following:
Adjust the Master Volume level to “001”; the Audio Volume to “A 0” and the Piano Volume to “P 0”.
Tap the SOURCE button on the Remote control once to access the “low” audio offset level.
P 0 1
Adjust the Audio Volume so that the music from the speaker sounds balanced with the acoustic piano.
A 2 0
Tap the SOURCE button 4 times to exit the F-Curves.
C 0 1
Adjust the Master Volume level to “063”.
0 6 3
Tap the SOURCE button twice to access the “middle” audio offset adjust.
P 5 0
Adjust the Audio Volume so that the music from the speaker sounds balanced with the acoustic piano.
A 8 0
Tap the SOURCE button three times to exit.
C 0 1
Adjust the Master Volume level to “127”.
1 2 7
Tap the SOURCE button three times to access the “high” audio offset adjust.
P 9 9
Adjust the Audio Volume so that the music from the speaker sounds balanced with the acoustic piano.
a 9 9
Tap the SOURCE button twice to exit.
C 0 1
Adjust the Master Volume to a comfortable listening level.
0 1 9
See the previous page to reset the F-Curve activation to “OFF”
F-Curves: Default Settings
Audio
Master
Source - 1st tap
40
99
01
Source - 2nd tap
95
99
50
Source - 3rd tap
99
99
99
Source - 4th tap
Li
Li
Li
Audio UP
Dy
Dy
Dy
Audio UP
Ex
Ex
Ex
50
75
or
Audio UP
F1
Audio UP
U1
Audio UP
U2
Audio UP
U3
Audio UP
U4
Audio UP
G1
Audio UP
G2
Audio UP
G3
Audio UP
G4
00
Source - 5th tap
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Piano
Exit the F-Curve mode
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...Setup Menu Functions- Advanced...
MIDI Input Select
Metronome: Time Signature
Optional MIDI Adapter cable and Jumper are required.
This setting changes how the MIDI Source responds to
MIDI data received into the MIDI Input cable.
When MIDI Input Select is set to “Record Strip” the MIDI
data triggers Petine’s internal soundcard instruments. Note
that the when the MIDI Source is selected the soundcard
instrument number is active in the display.
this function changes the time signature of the “click-track”
when recording using the optional record system.
Options
r
S
S
E C
R c
R c
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
5] Stop at the “n”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
A
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
2
1
4
2
4
t
3
4
U
4
4
5
4
2
6
4
11
1
8
2
8
-
3
8
v
\
4
8
5
8
N
4 4
b
6
8
N
4 4
t
7
8
N
4 4
8
8
N
4 4
n
9
8
N
2 2
2
12
8
r
E C
When MIDI Input Select is set to F-Player (File Player)
MIDI data written for “piano” will trigger Pianomation and
the piano keys. Use this setting when playing the piano
from a PC or other external MIDI device.
See these two sections of this manual for more information:
Set Up Petine To Play From a MIDI Player Or Computer
Set Up Petine To Play Soundcard Instruments
S
S
- m i
m i
A
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
P
_
U
d
P
v
\
_
b
d
n
c
F
C
/
J
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
11
c
F
C
rc
FP
/
J
r c
J
r c
J
r c
J
r c
J
F P
-
- -
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5] Stop at the “J”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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I N C .
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Petine V69_1
...Setup Menu Functions- Advanced...
Mixed Output Level
Soundcard Output
This function setting adjusts the volume level of the
synthesized piano instrument that is sent to a powered
speakers along with the audio background.
Optional Soundcard is required.
These settings only apply when the optional Soundcard is
installed. The default Maximum (nA) setting is used for
most applications. Use the Dynamic (dY) option to hear the
best dynamic response from the soundcard when playing
MIDI files with orchestration.
C
S
S
1 5
c d
c d
A
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
1 5
c d
c d
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
S
n A
S
n A
S
n A
5] Stop at the “S”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
Options
S
n A
nA or dY
S
d Y
C
1 5
C
S
S
P
-
A
v
\
P
-
_
v
\
b
_
t
b
U
t
d
U
n
d
2
n
11
2
c
11
F
c
C
F
/
J
C
/
J
N
P
8 0
P
8 0
P
8 0
P
8 0
0 to 99 P
9 9
C
1 5
Range
5] Stop at the “P”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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N
P
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8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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Petine
...Setup Menu Functions- Advanced
Exit Setup Menu
Main Out
Exit the Setup Menu to save settings
and return to Petine’s playback mode.
Mono [n o] or Stereo [s t]
Set to Stereo when playing Sync Along music
with two speakers connected to Pianomation.
C
S
S
1 5
c d
c d
A
1] Press STOP to halt play.
2] Double-Click the ADJ dial.
3] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4] Rotate the dial clockwise.
A
P
v
\
P
_
-
b
v
\
t
_
d
b
n
U
t
2
U
11
d
c
n
F
2
C
11
/
J
c
F
To Exit at any time:
Double-Click the dial.
N
C
P
/
J
S
o
N
P
S
o
n o
o
n o
o
n o
Options
o
n o
no or st
o
s t
C
1 5
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To exit while in the Setup Menu.
With a flashing dot in the first
display segment...
Rotate the dial clockwise.
S
5] Stop at the “o”
6] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
7] Rotate the dial clockwise.
E
n d
E
n d
E
n d
Stop at the “E”
Press the dial, the dot is solid.
Rotate the dial clockwise.
C
1 5
Press the dial to exit.
8] Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
9] Rotate dial to the desired setting.
Double-Click to Select and Exit.
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I N C .
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Petine V69_1
Power ON Sequence
Locating the Serial and Application Versions
0 2 4
P o n
Power On
P o n
P o n
P o n
C
Petine’s Serial Number
Petine’s Application Version Number “Operating System“
Call QRS Technical Support
if 1.51 does not display.
1 5 1
Pianomation Processor’s EPROM Version Number
Total number of song on the media or name of other selected source.
If Petine’s “power-on” display sequence is different than what is shown here,
see the “Restoring Petine’s Operating System” section of this manual.
The Petine controllers will power on to the last played source. If the last played source
was the CD Drive, CompactFlash Reader or the Internal Source the total number of
songs currently on that media will be displayed. Press Play on the remote control or the
ADJ/SEL dial on the controller to begin playing the first song. If the last played source
was either the CD or the CompactFlash and the drive or reader is empty,
then the system will go to the Internal Source and display the total number of
songs. If the last played source was Auxiliary, Record or MIDI the Petine controller will
power on to that source ready for an external input signal or a command from user.
Q R S
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T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
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Petine
Auto-Update Utility - Application Versions V0.38 or Later
WARNING!
This update procedure will reset all of Petine’s “Setup Menu Functions” to their default values.
It would be a good idea to note the Setup Menu Function values before performing this update, especially if any of these apply:
Petine is connected to you home stereo system.
Petine is connected to a computer.
To view the current Setup Menu Function values:
Follow the steps to “Exit Setup Menu” on page 38. This will allow you to view all of the current values.
The default values are listed in the “Setup Menu Functions - Table”, page 19. Note any values different than the default on page 59.
After the update process you can reset any values. Note: The most often used values can be changed using the remote. control.
Refer to “Navigation Basics” on page 18 and the “Advanced” section of the manual if settings need to be changed.
To update the images on Petine units with Application versions before V0.38 use the instructions in the “Update
Petine’s Application Image” section of this manual.
To see what version is currently installed, go to the “Petine’s Power ON Sequence” section of this manual.
Auto-Update from CDROM or CompactFlash
Download the current Application and/or Demo images from the QRS website.
http://www.qrsmusic.com/support_pa.asp
Copy the files to a CompactFlash card or a CDROM disc.
Power Petine ON
Insert the CDROM disc or CompactFlash card containing the image files.
If updating from a CDROM be certain to REMOVE the CompactFlash card!!
Power Petine OFF
Press and Hold the ADJ Dial while powering Petine ON.
When “PoN” appears Count 2 Seconds and then release the ADJ Dial button.
P o n
S...Y...S will display to confirm that the system setup menu has been activated.
S Y S
“SyS” displays while Petine looks for the image files on CD or CompactFlash.
S y S
If the Application image is found Petine “APL” flashes.
A P L
Petine will begin the update process and a countdown to zero.
U 0 1
“Scc” displays when the update is successful. Press the ADJ Dial to continue.
S c c
If the Demo image is found Petine “dno” flashes.
d n o
Petine will begin to update the SyncAlong index file and a countdown to zero.
U 0 1
“Scc” displays when the update is successful. Press the ADJ Dial to continue.
S c c
Petine automatically powers OFF to complete the process.
o F F
To turn back on, press the power button on the Petine controller, not the remote!
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T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
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Petine V69_1
Update Petine’s Application Image
WARNING!
This update procedure will reset all of Petine’s “Setup Menu Functions” to their default values.
It would be a good idea to note the Setup Menu Function values before performing this update, especially if any of these apply:
Petine is connected to you home stereo system.
Petine is connected to a computer.
To view the current Setup Menu Function values:
Follow the steps to “Exit Setup Menu” on page 38. This will allow you to view all of the current values.
The default values are listed in the “Setup Menu Functions - Table”, page 19. Note any values different than the default on page 59.
After the update process you can reset any values. Note: The most often used values can be changed using the remote. control.
Refer to “Navigation Basics” on page 18 and the “Advanced” section of the manual if settings need to be changed.
The current Application Image, or operating system, version displays each time Petine is turned on.
See the “When Petine Is First Turned On” section of this manual.
Download the new appl.ima image file from the QRS Music website and copy to a CFLASH or CDROM.
http://www.qrsmusic.com/support_pa.asp
Update from a CDROM
Press STOP to halt play.
Update from a CompactFlash
0 2 3
Press STOP to halt play.
0 2 3
Insert the CD containing the appl.ima file.
Insert the CompactFlash card containing the appl.ima file.
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to enter the
Setup Menu.
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to enter the
Setup Menu.
Petine will open to the source section of the Setup
Menu and display the current source.
S i n
Petine will open to the source section of the Setup
Menu and display the current source.
S i n
Press the ADJ Dial so that the dot begins to flash.
s i N
Press the ADJ Dial once so that the dot begins to flash.
s i N
Rotate the ADJ Dial to display a large “C”.
C d E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to display a large “F”.
F d E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the dot from flashing.
C d E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the dot from flashing.
F d E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the middle
display segment.
C d E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the middle
display segment.
F d E
Press the ADJ Dial so the dot flashes and then rotate
the ADJ Dial to display a “A” for Application update.
C A E
Press ADJ so the dot flashes and then rotate the ADJ
Dial to display a “A” for Application update.
F A E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the flashing.
C A E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the flashing.
F A E
C A E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the far right
display segment.
Press the ADJ Dial to Execute.
F A E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the far right
display segment.
Press the ADJ Dial to Execute.
A “U” displays as the countdown to zero begins.
U 2 3
U 0 0
A “U” displays as the countdown to zero begins.
U 2 3
U 0 0
Successful update!
S c c
Successful update!
S c c
Press the ADJ Dial once.
C A E
Press the ADJ Dial once.
F A E
Press the Dial twice within one-half second to exit.
0 2 3
Press the Dial twice within one-half second to exit.
0 2 3
Power OFF
o F F
Power OFF
o F F
Power ON to the new Application Image.
p o n
Power ON to the new Application Image.
p o n
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M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
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Petine
Update SyncAlong Music Index [Demo Image File]
The demo image file contains the pre-programmed music located in the Internal Source of Petine.
It also contains a hidden index file used to synchronize the SyncAlong series music.
Download the new demo.ima image file from the QRS Music website and copy to a CFLASH or CDROM.
http://www.qrsmusic.com/support_pa.asp
Update from CDROM
Update from CompactFlash
Press STOP to halt play.
0 2 3
Press STOP to halt play.
0 2 3
Insert the CD containing the demo.ima file.
Insert the CompactFlash card containing the demo.ima file.
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to enter the
Setup Menu.
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to enter the
Setup Menu.
Petine will open to the source section of the Setup
Menu and display the current source.
S i n
Petine will open to the source section of the Setup
Menu and display the current source.
S i n
Press the ADJ Dial so that the dot begins to flash.
s i N
Press the ADJ Dial once so that the dot begins to flash.
s i N
Rotate the ADJ Dial to display a large “C”.
C A E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to display a large “F”.
F A E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the dot from flashing.
C A E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the dot from flashing.
F A E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the middle
display segment.
C A E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the middle
display segment.
F A E
Press the ADJ Dial so the dot flashes and then rotate
the ADJ Dial to display a “D” for demo update.
C d E
Press ADJ so the dot flashes and then rotate the ADJ
Dial to display a “D” for demo update.
F d E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the flashing.
C d E
Press the ADJ Dial to stop the flashing.
F d E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the far right
display segment.
Press the ADJ Dial to Execute.
C d E
Rotate the ADJ Dial to move the dot to the far right
display segment.
Press the ADJ Dial to Execute.
F d E
A “U” will display and the update countdown to zero
will begin.
U 0 0
A “U” will display and the update countdown to zero
will begin.
U 0 0
Successful update!
S c c
Successful update!
S c c
Press the ADJ Dial once.
C d E
Press the ADJ Dial once.
F d E
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to exit.
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to exit.
0 2 3
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M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
0 2 3
I N C .
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
Update SyncAlong CompactFlash Music From CDROM
You may have received an updated CDROM from QRS along with your SyncAlong CD order.
You can also download the current update files from [http://www.qrsmusic.com/support_pa.asp]
Insert the update CDROM and your SyncAlong CompactFlash card.
C
S
S
1 4
c d
c d
A
1]
2]
3]
Press STOP to halt play.
Double-Click the ADJ dial, twice with one-half second.
Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
4]
Rotate the dial clockwise.
Stop at the LARGE “C” to access the CDROM utilities.
Press the dial, the dot is sold.
Rotate the dial clockwise. Put the dot in center display segment.
P
v
\
_
b
t
U
d
n
2
11
c
F
C
d
E
5]
C
d
E
A Application Update
C
d
E
6]
7]
L Key List Update
C
d
E
c Append SyncAlong - CDROM to CFLASH
C
c
E
C Overwrite SyncAlong - CDROM to CFLASH
C
A
E
C
A
E
1
4
1
4
1
1
0
0
0
d Demo Update
S System Update
S
c c
C
c E
C
1 4
8]
9]
Press dial, the dot begins flashing.
Rotate dial to the display the small “c”.
10] Press the dial, the dot is solid.
11] Rotate the dial clockwise. Move the dot to far right display segment.
12] Press the dial to execute the function. PLEASE WAIT!
Petine will READ from the CDROM...
...WRITE to the CompactFlash Card
Then countdown to VERIFY.
This process will take several minutes.
13] Indicates a “successful” procedure.
14] Press the dial
15] Double-Click to Select and Exit.
Append SyncAlong
Copies SyncAlong music files from a CDROM to a CompactFlash card. Will NOT overwrite
files that are already on the CompactFlash card. Will not delete other music or data files.
Overwrite SyncAlong
Copies SyncAlong music files from a CDROM to a CompactFlash card. Will copy and
overwrite ALL files on CF from CDROM. Will not delete other music or data files.
Q R S
M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
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Petine
Restoring Factory Default Settings
WARNING!
This update procedure will reset all of Petine’s “Setup Menu Functions” to their default values.
It would be a good idea to note the Setup Menu Function values before performing this update, especially if any of these apply:
Petine is connected to you home stereo system.
Petine is connected to a computer.
To view the current Setup Menu Function values:
Follow the steps to “Exit Setup Menu” on page 38. This will allow you to view all of the current values.
The default values are listed in the “Setup Menu Functions - Table”, page 19. Note any values different than the default on page 59.
After the update process you can reset any values. Note: The most often used values can be changed using the remote. control.
Refer to “Navigation Basics” on page 18 and the “Advanced” section of the manual if settings need to be changed.
ADJ Dial
Power
Remove the CDROM disc and CompactFlash card from Petine before continuing.
Begin with Petine’s power turned OFF.
Press and hold the ADJ Dial then press and release the power button.
Continue to hold the ADJ Dial and when you see “Pon” count 2 seconds then release the Dial.
If the ADJ Dial is held too long the Petine will power off. Try again.
P o n
If done properly “SyS” will flash 3 times to confirm that the special system setup menu is available.
S Y s
Petine will then display last played source.
Press STOP to halt play.
0 2 4
Press the ADJ Dial twice within one-half second to enter the system setup menu.
Petine will open to the special system mode.
s d e
If there is already a “d” in the second display segment skip the “indented” steps below.
Rotate the ADJ Dial to place the dot between the second and third display segments.
s L e
Press the ADJ Dial so that the dot begins to flash.
s L e
Rotate the ADJ Dial until “d” displays.
s d e
Press the ADJ Dial so that the dot stops flashing.
s d e
Rotate the ADJ Dial to place the dot after the “E”.
s d e
Press the ADJ Dial execute the Default reset.
While the Reset is being performed the characters ‘Dft” will be displayed.
d F t
If the Reset was successful the LED will display “SCC”
S c c
Press the ADJ Dial once.
Petine will automatically power OFF.
When the Petine is Powered on the Defaults will be applied.
O F F
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M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
Restoring Petine’s Application Image
The Application Image file (appl.ima) holds the program code, or operating system, for the Petine controller’s user function set. It
allows the user to operate the Pianomation player piano system using all of Petine’s functions and settings.
The System Image file (syst.ima) holds the “core” program code for Petine. If the Application Image ever becomes corrupted or
unusable for any reason, the System Image serves as a “backup” and allows the user to re-load or “restore” the Application Image.
If the Application Image is damaged Petine will turn on to display the following...
This display indicates that the unit has powered ON using the system image.
S Y S
Indicates that user action is needed.
U s r
The system will look for the optional Disc-On-Chip
Or
Installed
e 0 0
Not Installed
e 8 0
Download a copy of the appl.ima file, copy it to a CDROM or CFLASH.
[www.qrsmusic.com/Pianomation/downloads]
Press the ADJ Dial and wait for this display.
Press the ADJ Dial again...
The system will scan the CD drive.
C d
No CD in drive.
C d n
Or CD detected without an image file
C d A
CD with image file present.
C d P
The system will then scan the CompactFlash reader.
Or
C F
No CompactFlash card in reader.
C F n
CompactFlash card present.
C F P
If a CDROM disc and a CompactFlash card are present, both with image files, the CompactFlash will be used.
After the initial scanning process, the system will display one of the following:
Or
CD Update Application
C U A
CompactFlash Update Application
F U A
These settings will change if the ADJ dial is accidentally rotated. If they do change, rotate the dial to display one of the initial
settings shown above. See the CD and CompactFlash Utilities section of this manual for the list of options.
Insert the CDROM or CompactFlash, with the Appl.ima file, into the appropriate drive of Petine.
Press the ADJ Dial...
If the correct image file type is present Petine will begin the update.
u 2 3
This indicates a successful update!
s c c
If unsuccessful and error code is displayed.
Press the ADJ Dial once.
Or
Nothing in drive.
E R 1
No image files found.
E R 2
Press AND Hold the ADJ Dial until Petine powers OFF. Then Press the power button to turn Petine ON.
See the “When Petine is First Turned ON” section of this manual for the proper “power-on” display sequence.
Q R S
M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
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Petine
Connecting for Standard Playback or Optional Record
Standard Playback Connections
To Driver Boards
Pianomation
Processor
To Power Supply
Powered Adapter #990522
Specify Petine
To User Interface
Cable: 3.5mm stereo to dual RCA male
#990026 - Connect to Line Out
MIDI In
Standard Cable
#70329
To Test Box
“Y” Cable - 1M to 2FM
#70213
Powered Speaker
#70040
Optional MIDI Adapter Cable Connections - For RECORD or MIDI File Player
To avoid damage to the Petine controller a jumper must be installed
inside the Petine controller whenever the MIDI Adapter cable is
used. If this cable is ever disconnected the jumper must be removed.
To Driver Boards
Pianomation
Processor
To User Interface
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Serial #
Model # 79017
MIDI Adapter Cable
#99140
2
IN
MIDI
Pedals
1
7
QRS Music Technologies, Inc.
MIDI IN
Keyboard
OUT
Male
“To Pianomation”
socket on Petine’s
Back Panel
5 VDC, 1A
PNOscan
Sensor Interface
Short MIDI
Cable
Add or remove jumper
on the second set of
pins from the CD
drive’s ribbon cable.
Q R S
M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
To Test Box
MIDI OUT
Female
MIDI In
Female
CD Drive
Ribbon Cable
To Power Supply
Standard Cable
#70329
Male
I N C .
Optional
QRS PNOscan
Record System
Transition Box
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
Petine Parts
99100A
Petine CD Controller
1
990522
Power Adapter - Specify Petine - [Input: AC 100-240V] [Output: DC 5V - Center Positive]
1
71398
Remote Control
1
70388
Batteries AAA
4
990026
Audio Cable: 3.5mm Stereo Plug to Dual RCA Plugs (Connection to Speakers)
1
990107
Universal Mounting Brackets
2
70213
“Y” Cable: 1Male RCA to 2 Female RCA
1
990009
Screws M3 Length 6mm, Philips Pan-Head Black (Petine to Bracket)
4
70592
Screws (Bracket to Piano)
4
990021
Owners Manual
1
Quick Guide
1
99004
Shipping Carton
1
99003
Bottom Foam Pad—Shipping Carton
1
99005
Top Foam Pad—Shipping Carton
1
99009
Spacer Pad—Shipping Carton
2
OM99002
Mounting Bracket
Petine Options
79017 QRS PNOscan Record
981007 Soundcard
99140 MIDI Adapter Cable:
990024 CompactFlash Card 256MB
970004 NetPiano Lifetime subscription
50030 Q-Touch Tablet - Ideal for Net Piano
990044 Jumper - Activates MIDI
Updating Pianomation
If you are upgrading from a previous version of Pianomation MIDI you will need to update the EPROM to version 1.51K. The
version 1.51K EPROM requires a 256 processor, located in processors similar to the ones shown below. The EPROM version
is written on the EPROM which is located on the processor board. Dip switch #3 must be set to the ON position.
Use this notch to
orient the EPROM in
the correct position.
PLAY.ASM ©1993
Piano Automation
Ver 1.51K
1.30 SN: ****
EPROM version 1.51K is required in systems
using the QRS Petine controller. This goes
into the processor located under the piano.
Description
Part #
Processor & 1.51K EPROM
60108
EPROM 1.51K
70570
Current version
Released in the year 2000
Note: After installing Petine on the piano flip switch #3 ON. Dip switches are located on the
side of the Year 2000 processor and inside the enclosure on the previous years enclosures.
Q R S
M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
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Petine
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Solutions
Page
Petine is in “Random - Play One Song and Stop” mode.
Plays one song and stops.
Doesn’t play songs in the order that I expect.
See “PLAY Modes”
6
See “Repeat” & “Random” - Remote Control Features
See “How to Properly Adjust the Piano, Audio, and Master Volume Levels”
Piano plays too loudly.
Lost remote! How do I control Petine.
8
See “Sets Minimum Key Force / Alignment Test 11”
30
Review “Setup Menu Functions - Navigation Basics”
18
After reviewing the Navigation Basics above, there are several
sections in the manual that show how to play a CD and record. See
below:
“Play a QRS CD using the Petine Controller”
20
“Record Using the Petine Controller…”
21
Check the Master, Piano and Audio Volume levels.
Petine turns ON but piano and/or audio don’t play.
11
Pianomation system may not be turning ON.
Verify that the “Pianomation Processor’s EPROM Version Number”
displays “1.51” during the “Power ON Sequence”
8
39
Petine may be set to the wrong source.
Not playing the music that I expect.
Press & Hold the ADJ/SEL dial to shut down if Petine stops responding.
Petine wont’ power OFF.
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Q R S
See “Powering ON Petine for the First Time”
See “Changing Sources”
M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
5
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
CompactFlash Card Music Sampler - Song List
Program (P) Name
Song Title
P # Track CD No. QRS CD Title
Artist
Children's Music
Children's Music
Children's Music
Children's Music
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Country/Western
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
The Wizard of Oz
Muppet Show Theme
Animaniacs Theme
The Sound of Music II
You Light Up My Life
For The Good Times
Down Yonder
Lookin’ For Love
Southern Nights
Always On My Mind
Deep In The Heart Of Texas
High Noon
Dueling Banjos
I Don’t Need You
Crazy
Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
At A Georgia Camp-Meeting
Beautiful Dreamer
Paganini Etude No. 3 (La Campanella)
Spinner’s Song , Op 67 No 4 (Mendelssohn)
Etude in G-flat, Op 10 No 5
Etude in E, Op 10 No 3
Romanze from Concerto No 1
Etude in G-sharp Minor, Op 25 No 6
The Moth Waltz (Straus/Tausig)
Minuet in G, Op 17 No 2 (Moszkowski)
Reverie, Op 3 (Joel)
Waltz No 1 (Joel)
Intermezzo in A, Op 118 No 2
Ballade in D Minor, Op 10 No 1
Prelude No 10 in E Minor (Bach/Siloti)
Impromptu in G-flat, Op 90 No 3 (Schubert)
Waltz in A-flat, Op 39 No 15 (Brahms)
Arabesque No 1 (Debussy)
Rosenkavalier Waltzes (R. Strauss)
Rudolpho’s Narrative (La Boheme)(Puccini)
Polonaise, Op 26 No 1
Mazurka, Op 6 No 3
Polonaise in A-flat, Op 53 (Chopin)
P01
P01
P01
P01
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P02
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
001
002
003
004
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
401004
401004
401005
401005
400202
400202
400801
400801
400802
400802
400803
400803
400804
400804
801238
801238
801279
801279
801231
801231
801202
801202
801252
801252
801253
801253
802002
802002
801217
801217
801283
801283
801228
801228
801204
801204
801275
801275
401101
Bill Blodgett
Martin & Berkman
George Bogatko
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
Johnny Lopez
Scott & Watters
Bob Berkman
Berkman & Ramsey
Rudy Martin
Jeff Watters
Harold Scott
Hi Babit
Rudy Martin
Jim Beishline
Jim Beishline
Dave Bourne
Dave Bourne
Valerie Tryon
Valerie Tryon
Cecile LaFontaine
Cecile LaFontaine
Wilhelm Backhaus
Moriz Rosenthal
Miecyslaw Munz
Josef Lhevinne
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Gunther Danziger
Gunther Danziger
Hugo van Neck
Hugo van Neck
Mingshan Kong
Mingshan Kong
Charles Cooper
Felix Arndt
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Leopold Godowsky
Classical
Third Movement from Piano Concerto in E-flat, K 482 P03
022
401101 Classical Selections
Rudy Martin
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 (Liszt)
Moonlight Sonata, 1st Mvt. (Beethoven)
Danse (Debussy)
Clair de Lune, Op 46 No 2 (Faure)
023
024
025
026
401102
401103
801216
801216
I. J. Paderewski
Mary Angell
Cecile LaFontaine
Cecile LaFontaine
P03
P03
P03
P03
Children's Music
Children's Music
Children's Music II
Children's Music II
Country Crossovers
Country Crossovers
Country Jamboree I
Country Jamboree I
Country Jamboree II
Country Jamboree II
Country Jamboree III
Country Jamboree III
Country Jamboree IV
Country Jamboree IV
Country Piano Treasure
Country Piano Treasure
Saloon Piano
Saloon Piano
A Private Recital
A Private Recital
An All Chopin Program
An All Chopin Program
Baldwin Legends Play Chopin
Baldwin Legends Play Chopin
Baldwin Legends Play Classical Gems
Baldwin Legends Play Classical Gems
Fantasies And Delusions
Fantasies And Delusions
Brahms Piano Works
Brahms Piano Works
Brilliance
Brilliance
Candlelight Piano Classics
Candlelight Piano Classics
Casual Classics
Casual Classics
Chopin Masterworks
Chopin Masterworks
Classical Selections
Classical Selections II
Classical Selections II
French Piano Music
French Piano Music
Classical
Valse Impromptu in A-flat (Liszt)
P03
027
801201 Great Pianists of the 20th Century
Josef Hofmann
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Annes de Pelerinage – Tarantella (Liszt)
Holberg Suite: Preludium
Holberg Suite: Sarabande
Prelude No 1 in C (WTC I)
Allegro giusto (from Italian Concerto, BWV 971)
Six Variations on Nel Cor Piu
Contretanze
Moderato, from Haydn Sonata in E
Allegretto, from Haydn Sonata in E
Allegro, from Sonata in C, K545 (Mozart)
Andante, from Sonata in C, K545 (Mozart)
Allegro, from Sonata in G, K283
Andante, from Sonata in G, K283
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
801201
801218
801218
801221
801221
801255
801255
802003
802003
801219
801219
801226
801226
Josef Hofmann
Leif Hannisdal
Leif Hannisdal
Percy Bigham
Percy Bigham
Dai Buell
Laura Danziger
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Christopher Bolton
Christopher Bolton
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Q R S
M U S I C
Great Pianists of the 20th Century
Grieg: Holberg Suite & More
Grieg: Holberg Suite & More
Bach-Masterpieces of the Baroque
Bach-Masterpieces of the Baroque
Keyboard Legends Play Beethoven
Keyboard Legends Play Beethoven
Lang Lang
Lang Lang
Mozart & Scarlatti
Mozart & Scarlatti
Mozart Piano Sonatas
Mozart Piano Sonatas
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
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Petine
CompactFlash Card Music Sampler - Song List
Program (P) Name
Song Title
P # Track CD No. QRS CD Title
Artist
Classical
Allegro con brio, from Sonata in C, Op 3 No 3
(Beethoven)
P03
041
801227 Piano Classics
Barnabas Fekete
Classical
Adagio, from Sonata in C, Op 3 No 3 (Beethoven)
P03
042
801227 Piano Classics
Barnabas Fekete
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Liebesleid (Kreisler/Rachmaninov)
Nocturne in F (Chopin)
Ave Maria (Schubert/Liszt)
Tango (Albeniz)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 (Liszt)
Liebestraum No. 3 (Liszt)
Etude, Op 2 No 1 (Scriabin)
Etude, Op 3 No 5 (Scriabin)
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
801257
801257
801232
801232
801244
801244
801243
801243
Sergei Rachmaninov
Sergei Rachmaninov
Valerie Tryon
Valerie Tryon
Robert Finley
Robert Finley
Robert Finley
Robert Finley
Classical
About Strange Lands And People
(Kinderscenen, Op 15)
P03
051
801220 Schumann: Piano Works
Gunther Danziger
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Christmas/Holiday
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
A Curious Story (Kinderscenen, Op 15)
Le Chemin de Fer (Alkan)
Souvenirs D’Andalousie (Gottschalk)
Fantasie in B minor, Op 28 (Scriabin)
Sonata No 4 in F-sharp, Op 30 (Scriabin)
Etude in C-sharp minor, Op 10 (Chopin)
El Pelele (Goyescas) (Granados)
Enticellas
Suite, Op 14 No 1 (Bartok)
Suite, Op 14 No 2 (Bartok)
Suite, Op 14 No 3 (Bartok)
Good King Wenceslas
We Three Kings
White Christmas Medley
What Child Is This (Greensleeves)
O Christmas Tree
Linus & Lucy
Thanksgiving
Jesus, Jesus Rest Your Head
Chanukah O Chanukah
Candle Blessings
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
In Dulci Jubilo
My Christmas Song for You
A Christmas Love Song
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Frosty the Snowman
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
Up On The Housetop
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
A Holly Jolly Christmas
I Saw Three Ships
Dreamsville
Since I Fell For You
The Nearness of You
More
I Only Have Eyes For You
Lazy Bones
Dream
Jeepers Creepers
Fine And Dandy
My Foolish Heart
Ruby
Isn’t It Romantic
Glenn Miller Medley
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P03
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P04
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
P05
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
801220
801233
801233
801235
801235
801245
801245
801245
801271
801271
801271
801262
801262
400304
400304
400305
400305
802001
802001
801288
801288
801282
801282
801286
801286
801254
801254
400301
400301
400302
400302
400303
400303
801280
801280
801210
801210
801203
801203
801247
801247
801242
801242
801242
801229
801229
Gunther Danziger
Thomas Wakefield
Thomas Wakefield
John Nauman
John Nauman
Robert Finley
Robert Finley
Robert Finley
Barnabas Fekete
Barnabas Fekete
Barnabas Fekete
Ken Kaufman
Ken Kaufman
Liberace
Ferrante & Teicher
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Shapiro & Bernstein
Shapiro & Bernstein
Jan Vayne
Jan Vayne
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Barnabas Fekete
Barnabas Fekete
Bob Berkman
Frank Milne
Bob Berkman
Rudy Martin
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Emily Rose Shaffer
Emily Rose Shaffer
Michael T. Jones
Michael T. Jones
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
George Jones
George Jones
George Jones
Russell Messina
Russell Messina
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M U S I C
Rachmaninov Plays
Rachmaninov Plays
Relaxing Classics
Relaxing Classics
Robert Finley Plays Liszt
Robert Finley Plays Liszt
Russian Composers
Russian Composers
Schumann: Piano Works
Virtuoso Piano, Vol. I
Virtuoso Piano, Vol. I
Virtuoso Piano, Vol. II
Virtuoso Piano, Vol. II
Virtuoso Piano, Vol. III
Virtuoso Piano, Vol. III
Virtuoso Piano, Vol. III
Bartok And Prokofiev
Bartok And Prokofiev
Bartok And Prokofiev
A Grand Piano Holiday
A Grand Piano Holiday
Celebrity Christmas Classics
Celebrity Christmas Classics
Cool Christmas Party
Cool Christmas Party
December
December
Home For Chanukah
Home For Chanukah
Jan Vayne’s Dutch Christmas
Jan Vayne’s Dutch Christmas
A Christmas Love Story
A Christmas Love Story
O Christmas Jazz
O Christmas Jazz
Stocking Stuffers I
Stocking Stuffers I
Stocking Stuffers II
Stocking Stuffers II
Stocking Stuffers III
Stocking Stuffers III
After Dark
After Dark
As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By
Cocktails
Cocktails
Dream: Johnny Mercer
Dream: Johnny Mercer
High Standards
High Standards
High Standards
Isn’t It Romantic
Isn’t It Romantic
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
CompactFlash Card Music Sampler - Song List
Program (P) Name
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
Dinner Music
International
International
International
International
International
International
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Song Title
Dancing In The Dark
Don’t Take Your Love From Me
Everything I Have Is Yours
Love Walked In
The Way You Look Tonight
Somewhere Out There
Moonlight Cocktail
Moonlight In Vermont
I’ll Be Around
Phantom Fantasy
A Night At The Opera
A Last Dance
It Was A Very Good Year
Speak Softly Love
Through The Eyes Of Love (Ice Castles)
Gone With The Wind
Days of Wine and Roses
Thanks For The Memory
On The Sunny Side of the Street
Memories of You/As Time Goes By
Love Letters
Forty-Second Street
Shadow Waltz
True Love
It’s De-lovely
MacNamara’s Band
Sweet Rosie O’Grady
Adoro
El Dia Que Me Quieras
Danny Boy
Spancil Hill
A Beautiful Friendship
Blue Skies
Please Be Kind
The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)
Baby Medley
Only Trust Your Heart
I’ll Close My Eyes/Close Your Eyes
Sea Songs Medley
Send In The Clowns
Mr. Jelly Lord
The Nearness of You/One Morning In May
How About You
Exactly Like You
I’m Old-Fashioned
I’m Through With Love
Rose of Washington Square
I Want To Be Happy
Stars Fell On Alabama
The Very Thought Of You
Blues For Big Scotia
Honeysuckle Rose
I Married An Angel
The Folks Who Live On The Hill
The Talk Of The Town
I Don’t Stand A Ghost Of A Chance
Satin Doll/They Can’t Take That Away From Me
I’ve Got A Crush On You/I’ve Got It Bad
First Kiss
Killing Me Softly With His Song
Q R S
M U S I C
P # Track CD No. QRS CD Title
P05 014 801258 Late Night Songs
P05 015 801258 Late Night Songs
P05 016 801258 Late Night Songs
P05 017 801206 Live At The Yesterday Lounge
P05 018 801206 Live At The Yesterday Lounge
P05 019 801285 Moonlight And Love Songs
P05 020 801285 Moonlight And Love Songs
P05 021 801205 Moonlight Moods
P05 022 801205 Moonlight Moods
P05 023 801248 Operatic Phantoms
P05 024 801248 Operatic Phantoms
P05 025 802011 Sinatra: The Very Good Years
P05 026 802011 Sinatra: The Very Good Years
P05 027 801259 Speak Softly To Me
P05 028 801259 Speak Softly To Me
P05 029 801211 Supper Club Deluxe
P05 030 801211 Supper Club Deluxe
P05 031 801267 Thanks For The Memories I
P05 032 801267 Thanks For The Memories I
P05 033 801268 Thanks For The Memories II
P05 034 801268 Thanks For The Memories II
P05 035 801265 The Reel Thing
P05 036 801265 The Reel Thing
P05 037 802006 Ultralounge/Cole Porter
P05 038 802006 Ultralounge/Cole Porter
P06 001 401105 Irish Pub Songs
P06 002 401105 Irish Pub Songs
P06 003 801209 Latin American Super Hits
P06 004 801209 Latin American Super Hits
P06 005 801264 Meeting of the Waters
P06 006 801264 Meeting of the Waters
P07 001 801272 A Beautiful Friendship
P07 002 801272 A Beautiful Friendship
P07 003 801272 A Beautiful Friendship
P07 004 801239 Crazy Rhythm
P07 005 801239 Crazy Rhythm
P07 006 801239 Crazy Rhythm
P07 007 801224 Jazz By Jones
P07 008 801224 Jazz By Jones
P07 009 400104 Jazz Masters
P07 010 400104 Jazz Masters
P07 011 801261 Just Friends
P07 012 801261 Just Friends
P07 013 801225 Let’s Misbehave
P07 014 801225 Let’s Misbehave
P07 015 801249 Mixed Emotions
P07 016 801249 Mixed Emotions
P07 017 801249 Mixed Emotions
P07 018 801269 Night Club Ballads
P07 019 801269 Night Club Ballads
P07 020 802004 Oscar Peterson
P07 021 802004 Oscar Peterson
P07 022 801207 Sophisticated Sounds I
P07 023 801207 Sophisticated Sounds I
P07 024 801208 Sophisticated Sounds II
P07 025 801208 Sophisticated Sounds II
P07 026 801263 Three @ 100
P07 027 801263 Three @ 101
P07 028 801250 Touching You
P07 029 801250 Touching You
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
Artist
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Emily Rose Shaffer
Emily Rose Shaffer
Bob Geresti
Bob Geresti
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Ivan Docenko
Ivan Docenko
Michael T. Jones
Michael T. Jones
Bob Geresti
Bob Geresti
Russell Messina
Russell Messina
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Michael T. Jones
Michael T. Jones
Pep Doyle
Frank Milne
Marcos Lizama
Marcos Lizama
Timothy O’Neill
Timothy O’Neill
Redd & Jones
Redd & Jones
Redd & Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Marian McPartland
Jelly Roll Morton
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Mike Jones
Tim Griffin
Tim Griffin
Richard Dagenais
Richard Dagenais
Richard Dagenais
Richard Dagenais
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
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V69_1
Petine
CompactFlash Card Music Sampler - Song List
Program (P) Name
Song Title
P # Track CD No. QRS CD Title
Artist
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
Musicals
New Age
New Age
New Age
New Age
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
The Birth Of The Blues
Georgia On My Mind
Some Other Time
Autumn In New York
Annie Get Your Gun, part 1
Annie Get Your Gun, part 2
Ain’t Misbehavin’
Carousel
Forty-Second Street, part 1
Forty-Second Street, part 4
La Cage Aux Folles
Finian’s Rainbow
The Fantasticks
No No Nanette
Sophisticated Ladies, part 1
Sophisticated Ladies, part 2
Les Miserables
I Love My Wife
Gypsy, part 1
Gypsy, part 2
As Long As He Needs Me
If Ever I Would Leave You
On Golden Pond
New Hampshire Hornpipe
Manhattan
My Heart Stood Still
It’s A Grand Night For Singing
It Might As Well Be Spring
The Phantom of the Opera
Masquerade
If You Believe
The Gift
Who Is It?
Niteflite
All I Do Is Dream Of You
Brother Can You Spare A Dime
Get Happy
That Old Feeling
Paper Moon
Moonglow
Benny Goodman Medley
Tommy Dorsey Medley
Sweet And Low Down
So Am I
The Entertainer
Irving Berlin Medley
Love Makes The World Go Round
The Twist
Polka Medley
In The Mood
I Love Paris
Young At Heart
P07
P07
P07
P07
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P08
P09
P09
P09
P09
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
030
031
032
033
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
001
002
003
004
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
801223
801223
801222
801222
400401
400401
400402
400402
400403
400403
400404
400404
400601
400601
400602
400602
400603
400603
400604
400604
801241
801241
802009
802009
801256
801256
801270
801270
801215
801215
801236
801236
801213
801213
400503
400503
400702
400702
400902
400902
400504
400504
801214
801214
400201
400201
401001
401001
400203
400203
400904
400904
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Joe Brancato
Joe Brancato
Dick Watson
Dick Watson
Cook & Waller
Dick Watson
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
Brian A. Williams
Dick Watson
Dick Watson
Vincent Youmans
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
Rudy Martin
Bob Berkman
Brian A. Williams
Brian A. Williams
Joe Brancato
Joe Brancato
Michael T. Jones
Michael T. Jones
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Ken Kaufman
Ken Kaufman
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Richard Salamone
Richard Salamone
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
George Gershwin
George Gershwin
Oakes & Williams
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
Nostalgic
Stumbling
P10
019
400501 Roaring Twenties
Confrey, Arden &
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue
Carolina In The Morning
Moonlight and Roses
Hard-Hearted Hannah
The Sheik of Araby
The Trolley Song
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
P10
020
021
022
023
024
025
400501
400701
400701
400901
400901
400703
J. Lawrence Cook
Max Kortlander
Osborne & Howe
Pete Wendling
Zez Confrey
Frank Milne
PAGE 52
Q R S
M U S I C
Way Blue
Way Blue
When I Fall In Love
When I Fall In Love
Broadway Musicals I
Broadway Musicals I
Broadway Musicals II
Broadway Musicals II
Broadway Musicals III
Broadway Musicals III
Broadway Musicals IV
Broadway Musicals IV
Broadway Musicals V
Broadway Musicals V
Broadway Musicals VI
Broadway Musicals VI
Broadway Musicals VII
Broadway Musicals VII
Broadway Musicals VIII
Broadway Musicals VIII
Broadway Revisited
Broadway Revisited
Now Playing
Now Playing
Rodgers & Hart on Broadway
Rodgers & Hart on Broadway
Some Enchanted Evenings
Some Enchanted Evenings
Phantom/Les Miserables
Phantom/Les Miserables
New Age Sampler
New Age Sampler
Suite In A-440
Suite In A-440
Fabulous Thirties I
Fabulous Thirties I
Fabulous Thirties II
Fabulous Thirties II
Fabulous Thirties III
Fabulous Thirties III
Forties Big Band
Forties Big Band
Gershwin Plays
Gershwin Plays
Mega Hits/Golden Oldies
Mega Hits/Golden Oldies
Hits of the 60s
Hits of the 60s
All Time Greatest Hits
All Time Greatest Hits
More 50s Favorites
More 50s Favorites
Roaring Twenties
Roaring Twenties II
Roaring Twenties II
Roaring Twenties III
Roaring Twenties III
Forties II
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
CompactFlash Card Music Sampler - Song List
Program (P) Name
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Nostalgic
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Popular
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Ragtime/Stride/Boogie
Sacred
Sacred
Sacred
Sacred
Song Title
I Don’t Want To Walk Without You
The Hut Sut Song
Smoke Smoke Smoke
Medley No. 1
Volare
Love And Marriage
The Stranger
Captain Jack
Oops! I Did It Again
Always (Atlantic Star)
I Just Called To Say I Love You
Good-bye Yellow Brick Road
Sad Songs
Honky Cat
Border Song
Exodus
Killing Me Softly With His Song
Ooh! Look-a There, Ain’t She Pretty
Taking A Chance On Love
Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
Where Everybody Knows Your Name (Cheers)
Could I Have This Dance
Afternoon Delight
Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Chances Are
It’s Not For Me To Say
Bacharach Medley
It’s Impossible
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Change The World
Who Wants To Live Forever
Angie
Do That To Me One More Time
Against All Odds
Penny Lane
Something
Ghostbusters Theme
Addams Family Theme
The Way It Is
Thank You
God Bless America/America The Beautiful
What The World Needs Now
Oh Happy Day
Eighteenth Street Strut
If I Could Be With You
When My Baby Smiles At Me
Basin Street Blues
Burton Lane Medley
To Beat The Band
Ivor Novello Medley
The Tribute
Straight Ahead
Leola
Chemin de Fer (rag)
Chopsticks
Music, Music, Music
He Hideth My Soul
Wonderful Words Of Life
Morning Sun
Morning Has Broken
Q R S
M U S I C
P # Track CD No. QRS CD Title
P10 026 400703 Forties II
P10 027 400903 Forties III
P10 028 400903 Forties III
P10 029 801212 The Forties Hour
P10 030 400704 Two Side of the 50s
P10 031 400704 Two Side of the 50s
P11 001 802007 Billy Joel Hits vol. 1
P11 002 802007 Billy Joel Hits vol. 1
P11 003 840001 Britney Spears
P11 004 400204 Contemporary Mega Hits
P11 005 400204 Contemporary Mega Hits
P11 006 401104 Easy Listening
P11 007 401104 Easy Listening
P11 008 80205 Elton John –Greatest Hits
P11 009 802005 Elton John –Greatest Hits
P11 010 400103 Ferrante & Teicher/Roger Williams
P11 011 400103 Ferrante & Teicher/Roger Williams
P11 012 801266 Get Happy
P11 013 801266 Get Happy
P11 014 801266 Get Happy
P11 015 401003 Hits of the 80s
P11 016 401003 Hits of the 80s
P11 017 401002 Hits of the 70s
P11 018 401002 Hits of the 70s
P11 019 802008 Johnny Mathis
P11 020 802008 Johnny Mathis
P11 021 400101 Liberace – The Piano Rolls
P11 022 400101 Liberace – The Piano Rolls
P11 023 801251 More Than Titanic
P11 024 801251 More Than Titanic
P11 025 801281 Romantic Popsongs
P11 026 801281 Romantic Popsongs
P11 027 801277 That 80s Music
P11 028 801277 That 80s Music
P11 029 801237 Beatles Songbook
P11 030 801237 Beatles Songbook
P11 031 801287 The Frankenstein Way
P11 032 801287 The Frankenstein Way
P11 033 801274 The Way It Is Now
P11 034 801274 The Way It Is Now
P11 035 840002 United We Stand
P11 036 801278 What The World Needs Now
P11 037 801278 What The World Needs Now
P12 001 400502 Fats Waller
P12 002 400502 Fats Waller
P12 003 401103 Fats Waller Encores
P12 004 401103 Fats Waller Encores
P12 005 801230 Glamorous Night
P12 006 801230 Glamorous Night
P12 007 801230 Glamorous Night
P12 008 801284 Boogie Woogie Piano
P12 009 801284 Boogie Woogie Piano
P12 010 801240 Rags And Then Some
P12 011 801240 Rags And Then Some
P12 012 400102 Ragtimers On Parade
P12 013 400102 Ragtimers On Parade
P13 001 802010 All The Day Long
P13 002 802010 All The Day Long
P13 003 801260 Chapter And Verse
P13 004 801260 Chapter And Verse
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
Artist
Frank Milne
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
Emily Rose Shaffer
J. Lawrence Cook
J. Lawrence Cook
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
C. T. Sierzchula
C. T. Sierzchula
Ferrante & Teicher
Roger Williams
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Larry Kass
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
Rudy Martin
Michael T. Jones
Michael T. Jones
Liberace
Liberace
Charles Czarnecki
Charles Czarnecki
Jan Vayne
Jan Vayne
Richard Allen
Richard Allen
Ken Kaufman
Ken Kaufman
C. T. Sierzchula
Bob Berkman
Charles Czarnecki
Charles Czarnecki
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
Fats Waller
Waller & Johnson
Waller (Cook)
Waller (Cook)
Alex Hassan
Alex Hassan
Alex Hassan
Martijn Schok
Martijn Schok
Bob Berkman
Bob Berkman
Jo Ann Castle
Jo Ann Castle
Newell Oler
Newell Oler
Joe Augustine
Joe Augustine
PAGE 53
V69_1
Petine
CompactFlash Card Music Sampler - Song List
Program (P) Name
Sacred
Sacred
Sacred
Sacred
Sacred
Sacred
Sacred
Concert Series
Concert Series
Concert Series
Concert Series
Concert Series
Song Title
Morning Has Broken
Battle Hymn/How Great Thou Art
Blessed Assurance
Jesus, The Very Thought Of You
Bringing In The Sheaves
Down By The Riverside
Shall We Gather At The River
That Old Black Magic
Memories Of You
It's Too Late
Walkin' After Midnight
Semper Fedelis
P # Track CD No. QRS CD Title
P13 004 801260 Chapter And Verse
P13 005 801246 Divine Devotions I
P13 006 801246 Divine Devotions I
P13 007 801276 Divine Devotions II
P13 008 801276 Divine Devotions II
P13 009 801234 Sweet Hour of Gospel
P13 010 801234 Sweet Hour of Gospel
P14 001 860075 Michael Civisca-Live With The Trio
P14 002 860064 Like Benny To Me
P14 003 860079 Tapestry Rewoven
P14 004 860071 Country Love
P14 005 860031 Brass Americana
Concert Series
Unforgettable
P14
006
860085 Remembering Nat King Cole
Concert Series
Concert Series
Concert Series
Minuet (Boccherini)
The Good Life
Moonlight Serenade
P14
P14
P14
007
008
009
860021 Sunshine Quartet
860073 Yesterday Is Now
860070 Swing - Then And Now
Concert Series
Irlandaise
P14
010
Concert Series
Moondance
P14
011
Concert Series
Valentine
P14
012
Concert Series
Pizzicato Polka
P14
013
Concert Series
Concert Series
Amazing Grace
On The Street Where You Live
Presto, from Concert Piece No. 2 in D Minor
(Mendelssohn)
The Rose
Deed I Do
P14
P14
014
015
860023 Suite For Flute & Jazz Piano (Bolling) Suzanne Kirton - Flute
Matt Ferraro - Sax
860065 Moondance
Joe Augustine Trio
860068 Timeless
Sharon Jones - Vocals
Barnabas Fekete with
The People's Opera
860055 The Best Of Strauss
Orchestra of Vienna
860086 Amazing Grace
Ed Vodicka - Piano
860074 Let's Fall In Love
Ed Vodicka Trio
P14
016
860028 The Art Of The Trio
Andolina, Lipsky & Hoca
P14
P14
017
018
860072 Caught Up In The Rapture
860078 Campfire Music
Lisa Webb - Vocals
Lobo Rangers
Concert Series
Concert Series
Concert Series
PAGE 54
Q R S
M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
Artist
Joe Augustine
Bob Geresti
Bob Geresti
Bob Geresti
Bob Geresti
Willie Simmonds
Willie Simmonds
Michael Civisca
Sal Andolina - Clarinet
Ed Vodicka - Piano
Lisa Webb - Vocals
American Brass Band
Dave Schiavone - Sax
Joe Augustine Trio
Sunshine String Quartet
Josephine Beavers - Vocals
Joe Augustine Trio
I N C .
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
General MIDI Sound List
This is the list of instruments available from the optional soundcard.
The soundcard is used when playing MIDI files, written with orchestration, from a CompactFlash card or CDROM.
These instruments can also be triggered from the optional record system.
General MIDI Sounds
Patch
Nam e
Patch
Name
Patch
Nam e
Patch
Nam e
1 Acoustic Grand Piano
33 Acoustic Bass
65 Soprano Sax
97 FX 1 (rain)
2 Bright Acoustic Piano
34 Electric Bass (finger)
66 Alto Sax
98 FX 2 (soundtrack)
3 Electric Grand Piano
35 Electric Bass (pick)
67 Tenor Sax
4 Honky-tonk Piano
36 Fretless Bass
68 Baritone Sax
100 FX 4 (atmosphere)
99 FX 3 (crystal)
5 Electric Piano 1
37 Slap Bass 1
69 Oboe
101 FX 5 (brightness)
6 Electric Piano 2
38 Slap Bass 2
70 English Horn
102 FX 6 (goblins)
7 Harpsichord
39 Synth Bass 1
71 Bassoon
103 FX 7 (echoes)
8 Clavi
40 Synth Bass 2
72 Clarinet
104 FX 8 (sci-fi)
9 Celesta
41 Violin
73 Piccolo
105 Sitar
42 Viola
74 Flute
106 Banjo
10 Glockenspiel
11 Music Box
43 Cello
75 Recorder
107 Shamisen
12 Vibraphone
44 Contrabass
76 Pan Flute
108 Koto
13 Marimba
45 Tremolo Strings
77 Blow n Bottle
109 Kalimba
14 Xylophone
46 Pizzicato Strings
78 Shakuhachi
110 Bag pipe
15 Tubular Bells
47 Orchestral Harp
79 Whistle
111 Fiddle
16 Dulcimer
48 Timpani
80 Ocarina
112 Shanai
17 Draw bar Organ
49 String Ensemble 1
81 Lead 1 (square)
113 Tinkle Bell
18 Percussive Organ
50 String Ensemble 2
82 Lead 2 (saw tooth)
114 Agogo
19 Rock Organ
51 SynthStrings 1
83 Lead 3 (calliope)
115 Steel Drums
20 Church Organ
52 SynthStrings 2
84 Lead 4 (chiff)
116 Woodblock
21 Reed Organ
53 Choir Aahs
85 Lead 5 (charang)
117 Taiko Drum
22 Accordion
54 Voice Oohs
86 Lead 6 (voice)
118 Melodic Tom
23 Harmonica
55 Synth Voice
87 Lead 7 (fifths)
(
119 Synth Drum
24 Tango Accordion
56 Orchestra Hit
88 lead)
120 Reverse Cymbal
25 Acoustic Guitar (nylon)
57 Trumpet
89 Pad 1 (new age)
121 Guitar Fret Noise
26 Acoustic Guitar (steel)
58 Trombone
90 Pad 2 (w arm)
122 Breath Noise
27 Electric Guitar (jazz)
59 Tuba
91 Pad 3 (polysynth)
123 Seashore
28 Electric Guitar (clean)
60 Muted Trumpet
92 Pad 4 (choir)
124 Bird Tw eet
29 Electric Guitar (muted)
61 French Horn
93 Pad 5 (bow ed)
125 Telephone Ring
30 Overdriven Guitar
62 Brass Section
94 Pad 6 (metallic)
126 Helicopter
31 Distortion Guitar
63 SynthBrass 1
95 Pad 7 (halo)
127 Applause
32 Guitar harmonics
64 SynthBrass 2
96 Pad 8 (sw eep)
128 Gunshot
Q R S
M U S I C
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
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Electronics/Electromechanical System
Limited Warranty
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QRS Music Technologies, Inc. (“QRS”) warrants to you for the Warranty Period that there are no defects in the materials
of this Product (as identified at the end of this warranty certificate). The “Warranty Period” expires (except as explained
below) Two (2) years from the date of your purchase of the Product. In order to determine the date of your purchase of
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If you are not able to provide us with some form of proof of purchase date, the Warranty Period will be a shorter period
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you cannot provide a proof of purchase date, you may contact us in the manner described below and we will assist you in
determining the date that your dealer purchased the Product from us and determining the Shorter Warranty Period. This
is a warranty for parts only and does not include shipping or labor.
This warranty does not apply to any accessories you may have purchased with the Product and does not apply to any
piano or components of the piano with which the Product is used or any Piano in which the Product is installed. In
addition, this warranty does not cover scratches, dents or other defects in the cosmetic finish of the Product.
The warranty is issued solely to the original purchaser of the Product. THIS WARRANTY IS NOT TRANSFERABLE.
If, during the Warranty Period, parts incorporated in this Product are found to be defective in material or workmanship,
and the original purchaser provides Purchase Documents to QRS, then QRS or its authorized dealer will provide
replacement parts without charge. We may, at our discretion, provide reconditioned parts or assemblies as warranty
replacements. You as the original purchaser will be responsible to pay labor costs incurred in connection with any repair.
LIMITATION IN CONNECTION WITH OBSOLETE PRODUCTS
If at the time you make a claim pursuant to this warranty, we no longer manufacture or sell the same model of Product,
we may, at our discretion, rather than repair or replace defective parts in the Product, offer to sell you a more current
version of a similar Product. If we offer to sell you a more current model of the Product, you will be responsible to pay
the difference between the Manufacture’s Suggested Retail Price (“MSRP”) of the more current version of a similar
Product and the price you paid for the Product you purchased. If you choose not to accept such offer, we will have no
further obligations pursuant to this warranty.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, MADE BY THE
MANUFACTURER IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PRODUCT. INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TO THE EXTENT
ALLOWED BY THE LAW, QRS SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF THE PRODUCT, LOSS OF
TIME, INCONVENIENCE, COMMERCIAL LOSS, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF THE
MANUFACTURER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. Some states provide other rights, and some states do not allow excluding or
limiting liability for incidental or consequential damage. Consequently, the limitations and exclusions in this warranty
may not apply to you. In addition, some jurisdictions have consumer protection rules, regulations and statutes that may
apply to you.
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Exclusions
There is no express warranty on the Product and this warranty is void if:
1) You did not purchase this Product from an authorized Pianomation reseller
2) This Product has been serviced, modified or tampered with by anyone other than an QRS Authorized Service
Representative
3) The name, trademark or serial number has been modified, defaced or removed from the product,
4) This Product has been damaged as a result of abuse, abnormal force or strain, failure to reasonably maintain and
protect, modification, accident or exposure to extreme temperature or humidity,
5) Parts, supplies or other accessories which have not been approved by QRS have been used with this Product,
6) Radio frequency interference is generated by uncertified and/or illegal equipment,
7) This Product has been moved or delivered without reasonable preparation and packaging or
8) QRS reasonably determines, after inspection that there has been modification of this Product which adversely affects
the reliability of the product or component.
Owner’s Responsibility
In order to have rights under this warranty, you have the following responsibilities:
1) Retain your proof of purchase and purchase date and send in your Warranty Registration Card
2) Notify QRS or any authorized dealer of any warranty claim within ten (10) days after discovery and provide a
detailed explanation of the problem.
General
If any provision herein shall be unlawful, void or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed
severable from this warranty certificate and shall not affect the validity of and enforceability of the remaining provisions.
QRS reserves the right to make changes in design and/or improvements to its products without any obligation to retrofit
products previously manufactured.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE
1) If you cannot provide proof of purchase, contact QRS at 800-247-6557 and we will attempt to determine the date on
which your dealer purchased the Product and assist you in determining the Shorter Warranty Period. For warranty
service, contact the dealer from whom you purchased the product, or your nearest dealer.
2) If no dealer is near you, contact QRS by phone at 800-247-6557.
3) Do not ship the product without prior written Return Authorization from QRS. Do not attempt to repair or
disassemble the product yourself.
4) Please record your model number and serial number and your date of purchase below for your records. Keep this
information with your proof of purchase in case your product requires service. Do not dispose of the warranty after
it expires. In the event your product ever requires service, these instructions should be helpful in enabling you to
obtain proper service.
Product Model #______________________
Product Serial #_______________________
Date of purchase_______________
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V69_1
Petine
Pianomation Accessories
Catalog #
Price
Description
71398
Remote control
$53.00
Self-Powered Speaker
USE: This speaker mounts under the
piano and amplifies the orchestrated
music.
Mounting Bracket included.
Barcus Berry Piano Transducer
USE: Picks up and amplifies the
soundboard vibrations so that the
piano can be heard through a
speaker system.
Piano / Audio Mixer
USE: Mixes the background music
with the piano (with Barcus Berry).
The output of the mixer is then sent
to a sound system.
Grand Stop Rail
The Grand piano stop rail is a
physical device that blocks the
hammers from striking the strings.
Use: In conjunction with the Petine’s
sound module and headphones so
that you can practice without
disturbing others.
Wireless Transmitter/Receiver
USE: This unit is used for home
hookups using the customer’s CD
player to send the signal to either the
piano or the powered speaker.
One PG14 Shure 50101 unit is
needed for each channel used.
Smart Switch
USE: This device will automatically
switch from several different sources
(i.e., CD player, VCR, PC). Will also
switch between audio CDs and
Pianomation CDs.
PC/Windows MIDI Interface USE:
Connects to the USB of a PC and
provides MIDI IN and MIDI OUT
capabilities.
PNOscan Optical Record System:
MIDI interface for your acoustic piano
Allows you to use your piano as a
MIDI controller for recording or
controlling a MIDI sequencer or
computer.
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Q R S
76040
$350.00
70046
$450.00
70530
$150.00
Catalog #
Price
Description
Orchestrated Cable Pack
USE: This pack is used for
home hookups. It allows the
customer to select between
audio CDs and QRS CDs on
their stereo amplifier.
70207
$20.00
Audio Cables Male to Male RCA
USE: For connecting CD, Video & DVD
Players to the QRS Player System.
3ft
70133
6ft
70131
$6.00
12ft
70134
$6.00
20ft
70135
$6.00
Audio cables Twin Male RCA
to RCA
USE: For connecting CD,
Video & DVD Players to QRS
Player System. This is for
both left and right channels.
$6.00
70209
$6.00
70213
$240.00
Audio Cable Splitter 1 Male to
2 Females: USE: For splitting
the outputs of CD, Video &
DVD players.
70367
Shure
50101
Mini Stereo cable to Left &
Right Male RCA USE: Plugs
into a portable CD player and
splits the cable into left & right
male RCA connectors.
56022
$560.00
78000
$320.00
RCA Barrel Connector
USE: Joins 2 male audio
cables together.
$6.00
$8.00
70166
$6.00
MIDI Barrel Connector
USE: Joins 2 MIDI cables
together. This pack is used
for home hookups. It allows
the customer to select
between audio CDs and QRS
CDs on their stereo amplifier.
70158
$6.00
50123
$220.00
79017
$1,595.00
M U S I C
MIDI Cables
USE: Generally used to connect PCs/
Floppy disc players to QRS Player
System or Directly to the Pianomation
MIDI Processor.
1ft
3ft
5ft
10ft
20ft
100ft
T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
70150
70151
70371
70152
70153
70155
$17.50
$17.50
$17.50
$23.40
$28.80
$72.00
I N C .
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
Petine V69_1
Notes
Setup Menu Functions
Defaults
Note Your Settings
------
Source
S
i n
Audio Volume
A
0
Piano Volume
P
0
Tempo
-
0
0
Transpose
v
0
0
Microphone
\
Stereo Balance
_
0
0
Bass Volume
b
0
0
Treble Volume
t
0
0
Metronome Volume
U
o
0
Delay
d
P
n
Pianomation Configuration
n
N
1
Test 2
2
E
=
Alignment / Test 11
"
e
=
Audio Configuration
c
S
t
CompactFlash Utilities
F
d
E
CD ROM Utilities
C
d
e
F-Curves
/
o
F
Midi Input Select
J
r
c
Time Signature
n
4
4
Mixed Out Level Piano
P
8
0
Soundcard Output
S
n
A
Main Audio Output
o
n
o
Exit
E
n
d
Q R S
0
M U S I C
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T E C H N O L O G I E S ,
I N C .
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QRS Music Technologies, Inc.
For Technical Support Call 1-800-247-6557
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