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Congratulations, and thank you for buying the YAMAHA YPP-35. We are sure you will be pleased with the natural
sound and easy operation of this keyboard. Features include AWM technology (for aclear, realistic sound), stereo
sound, eight different voices, touch-sensitive keys, recording capability, and much more. Please read this manual
to learn how to best use and enjoy your new instrument. We wish you many years of musical pleasure with your
YPP-35.
CONTENTS
1. BEFORE PLAYING -............emmneconasnnucaceocannnan aa ananerannananee 2
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B. Setting the Music Stand ..............................ieeeereren reia eee ee eee. 2
C. Using the Foot Switch ....................eee..eeeem reee ere eee ee 2
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E. Connecting YPP-35 to another Audio System ......................... 3
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TROUBLESHOOTING -.............-mmmeenannanaanonanaarnaainaneneneememoo 14
SPECIFICATIONS ...............————cecccericerneraon enana ocean. 15
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART ..............eeeennenmnrenannnnnnan 16
1. BEFORE PLAYING
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A. Power Supply
The YPP-35 can be used with batteries or a
power adaptor connected to AC current.
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1) Using Batteries
Remove the Battery Compartment Cover
on the underside of the keyboard. Insert 6
batteries (1.5V SUM-1, D-cells, or R20) into
the compartment, making sure their direc-
tion (+/-) is correct. Replace the cover. B. Setting the Music Stand
* Change all batteries at the same time. Insert both ends of the supplied Music Stand
* Use only the batteries listed above. Do not into the 2 holes located on the front panel
use Ni-Cd or other kinds of batteries. next to the speakers.
* Remove the batteries if the YPP-35 is not
going to be used for a long time. С. Using the Foot Switch
2) Using AC Power Connect the supplied foot switch to the |
DAMPER jack on the rear panel. If you
depress the Foot Switch while playing, you
can sustain the sound.
You will need a supplied YAMAHA PA-40
power adaptor. Make sure the YPP-35 is
turned off. Connect the adaptor to the DC
IN 10-12V jack on the rear panel. Please
note that YAMAHA will not be held re-
sponsible for any problems caused by us-
ing other, unauthorized adaptors.
D. Using Headphones
There are 2 HEADPHONES jacks on the
rear panel of the YPP-35. Connecting your
headphones to the HEADPHONES jack(s)
turns off the speakers, so 1 or 2 people can
practise and listen without disturbing any-
body else.
E. Connecting YPP-35 to
another Audio System
If you want more volume, connect the L/R
AUX. OUT jacks of the YPP-35, using
suitable cables, to the inputs of a stereo,
keyboard amplifiers or a similar device. If
the device is monoaural, use the Left (L)
AUX. OUT jack of the YPP-35. The com-
bined L+R sound will be output from the
keyboard.
2. PLAYING
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* The tone of some voices may change slightly
A. Basic Playing Operation
1) Power
When all the necessary connections have
been made, turn on the POWER switch (1).
The Reverb and Song 1 Indicators will light
up.
2) Volume
Adjust the volume with the VOLUME slider
(2). This slider controls the speakers’ and
headphones’ volume, as well as the output
level of the AUX. OUT jacks.
3) Selecting Voices
Select the sound you wish to play by pressing
one of the 8 Voice Select buttons (3).
* When the YPP-35 is first turned on, PIANO 1
is automatically selected.
4) Playing
Normaliy you can play up to 16 notes si-
multaneously except for PIANO 2 and
HARPSICHORD, Which can be played up
to 32 notes at a time.
at one or more points on the Keyboard. THis
is due to the way in which the voice waveforms
were intially sampled and is normal.
5) Ensemble
To get a richer, thicker sound, press the
ENSEMBLE button (4), and the Indicator
above the button will light up. To turn off the
effect, press the button once again.
* When the Ensemble effect is on, only 16
notes can be played simultaneously, re-
gardless of the selected voice.
6) Reverberation
When the YPP-35 is turned on, the Reverb
effect is automatically turned on, as you can
see by the light above the REVERB button
(5). This effect makes the instrument sound
like it is played in a concert hall. If you wish
to turn off the Reverb, press the REVERB
button again. To turn the effect back on,
press this button once again.
B. Demonstration Play
1) Listening to the Demonstration
The YPP-35 has a demonstration song for
each voice. Press the yellow DEMON-
STRATION button (6), and the demon-
stration song for each voice will be playedin
order from PIANO 1 to PIPE ORGAN. This
sequence is repeated indefinitely.
* During demonstration play, the Performance
Memory and Metronome functions will not be
available.
* The demonstration songs are not output as
MIDI performance messages (See section 5,
MIDI).
2) Stopping the Demonstration
To stop the performance, press the DEM-
ONSTRATION button again.
3) Playing Individual Demonstration
Songs
If you wish to play the Demonstration Songs
individually, first press DEMONSTRATION
button. While holding it down, press one of
the Voice Select buttons. The song corre-
sponding tothe selected voice willbe played
once. If you wish to stop the performance,
press the DEMONSTRATION button again.
A. Touch Sensitivity
The YPP-35 is Touch Sensitive, which
means that the sound changes according
to the player's touch. If you use a stronger
touch (i.e. play harder), not only does the
sound get louder, but the timbre is also
affected. To adjust the sensitivity range,
press and hold the B5 and C6 keys, then
press one of Voice Select buttons: PIANO
1 (Range 1), PIANO 2 (Range 2), E.PIANO
(Range 3).
* When the YPP-35/15 is turned on, the sensi-
tivity range 2 is automatically selected.
We recommend that you practise fine-tuning
your touch on the YPP-35, so as to achieve
maximum dynamic control and musical ex-
pression.
B. Using the Metronome
To activate the metronome, press the MET-
RONOME button (7). The initial tempo,
after the instrument has been turned on, is
always 120 beats per minute. The two
TEMPO buttons (8) are used to adjust the
tempo. To increase the tempo, press the
TEMPO A button, and hold it down until the
desired tempois reached. To decrease the
tempo, follow the same procedure with the
TEMPO v button. Pressing both TEMPO
buttons at the same time brings the tempo
back to 120. The range of the Metronome
is from 40 to 280 beats per minute. To turn
oft the metronome, press the METRONOME
button again.
You can use the metronome to tighten your
playing, rhythmically, orto practise a musical
selection at different speeds.
3. PLAYING TIPS & FEATURES
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C. Transposition
The overall pitch of the YPP-35 can be
transposed up ordown as far as 6 semitones.
Transposition occurs in 100 cent (1
semitone) steps.
You can use the Transposition function to
play a passage of music in several different
keys, without actually changing the notes
you play. Similarly, if you have to do some
playing (for instance, accompanying or
improvising) in a difficult key, you can
transpose the YPP-35 to that key, so that
the played C major scale (i.e. the white
notes) will sound like a scale in that key.
1) Raising the Pitch
To raise the overall pitch of the YPP-35,
press the MIDI/TRANSPOSE button (9).
While holding it down press one of the C*5
10 РБ keys (shown in the Front Panel Dia-
gram).
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2) Lowering the Pitch
To lower the overall pitch of the YPP-35,
press the MIDI/TRANSPOSE button. While
holding it down, press one of the F*4 to B4
keys (Shown in the Front Panel Diagram).
PRESSED KEY F4 G4 G4 А4 АМ Ba
TRANSPOSED KEY
(i.e. actual pitch Р' G с! А А' B
of played C)
3) Returning to the Standard Pitch
To bring the YPP-35 back to the standard
pitch (Key of C), press the MIDI/TRANS-
POSE button, and while holding it down,
press the C5 key. Or, you can turn off the
POWER switch, then turn it on again after a
few seconds.
D. Fine Tuning
This function is very useful if you are playing
in a band or other ensemble. It allows you
to tune your instrument with the others. The
YPP-35 can be fine-tuned up or down up to
a quarter tone (+/-50 cents). You can also
use the Fine Tuning function in conjunction
with the Transposition function, in either
order.
1) Raising the Pitch
While holding down both the C1 and D1
Keys, press any one of the C3 to B3 keys.
Each time a key is pressed, the pitch will be
raised, up to a maximum of 50 cents.
2) Lowering the Pitch
While holding down both the C1 and CH
keys, press any one of the C3 to B3 keys.
Each time a key is pressed, the pitch will be
lowered, up to a maximum of 50 cents.
3) Returning to the Standard Pitch
While holdingdown the C1, CH and D1 keys
simultaneously, press any one of the C3 to
B3 keys. Or, you can turn off the POWER
switch, then turn it on again after a few
seconds.
. PERFORMANCE MEMORY
The YPP-35 Performance Memory function allows you to record, and play back, up to 4 original songs.
A. Selecting a Song/Voice
First, select a song number you wish by repeatedly
pressing the SONG SELECT button (10) until the
appropriate indicator (1,2,3 or 4) lights up. Next,
select the voice you want by pressing the desired
Voice Select button.
B. Recording
1) Procedure
Press the red RECORD button (11). The Record
Indicator will light up, and recording will start as soon
as you play the first note of your song. Your
performance will be stored in the YPP-35 internal
memory. To finish recording, press the RECORD
button again, and recording automatically stops.
2) Memory Capacity
The total number of notes that can be stored in the
YPP-35 Memory is up to 1,500. When the memory
capacity has been exceeded, the Indicator above
the RECORD button turns off, which means that
what you are playing is no longer being recorded.
Along with the actual notes, played touch (volume of
sound), when the foot switch was depressed, and
tempo change by the metronome are also stored, as
well as the voice you selected.
* ifyouwishtorecordalong song, first selectan unneeded
song and record a single note. This replaces the
previous song with a new song of a single note, and
saves some memory space for the song. Then start
recording it.
C. Playback
1) Procedure
To listen to the song you've recorded, press the
PLAY button (12). The YPP-35 will play back your
song in the voice you selected when recording. To
stop playback, press the PLAY button again.
2) Tips
You can play along with your played-back perfor-
mance, inthe same or a different voice. Forexample,
if you've recorded and are playing back a busy piano
passage, you might try playing along with some slow
sustained String chords, to fill out the sound.
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DIAGRAM MASTER SLAVE
DIAGRAM MASTER
The YPP-35 is MIDi-equipped keyboard. MIDI
(Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a worldwide
standard for communicating performance informa-
tion between electronic musical instruments. With
MIDI, the YPP-35 can control, and be controlled by,
other MIDI-equipped instruments, such as synthe-
sizers, sequencers and drum machines.
In a simple MIDI setup between two instruments, the
instrument which is controlling is called the Master,
and the instrument being controlled is called the
Slave (Diagram A). You can also set up the two
instruments so that they control each other, i.e. both
machines are simultaneously Masters and Slaves
(Diagram B). To connect the YPP-35 to another
MIDI-equipped instrument, use the MIDI-IN or MIDI-
OUT jacks onthe rear panel, and join the instruments
as shown in Diagram A or B.
OUT y IN
A
OUT y IN OUT | IN
MASTER
B /SLAVE | /SLAVE
Diagram A depicts a “One-Way” connection, and
Diagram B depicts a “Hand-Shaking” connection.
All the following MIDI explanations will relate to
these terms, as well as to the terms Master and
Slave. So please be clear aboutall of these concepts
before proceeding.
Note: If you connect more than two instruments, the
third instrument becomes the second Slave. To do
this, make an additional One-Way connection from
the MIDI-THRU jack of the first Slave to the MIDI-IN
jack of the second Slave:
DIAGRAM
OUT IN y THRU y
FIRST SECOND
MASTER SLAVE SLAVE
5. MIDI
A. What is MIDI?
At this time, the first Slave simply transmits, from its
MIDI-THRU jack, the information received at its
MIDI-IN jack. In this way, a Master can control two
Slaves simultaneously.
Note: some MIDI instruments, such as the YPP-35,
are not equipped with a MIDI-THRU jack, so are best
suited to be the final Slave in a MIDI chain.
* Although MIDI is auniform standard, different instruments
may have different specifications. Making the MIDI
connection is not enough. The MIDI instruments or
devices must also have the same MIDI functions. If you
wish to know about the MIDI functions of a device, refer
to its MIDI Implementation Chart. The MIDI Implemen-
tation Chart for the YPP-35 is on the last page of this
manual.
B. Types of MIDI Informa-
tion
What kind of information is communicated by MIDI?
The most universal is information about the notes
being performed (or played back) from the Master.
This is called “Note On” message, which includes
information about the key being depressed (trans-
mitted as MIDI note number), and, in the case of
touch sensitive instruments such as the YPP-35, the
velocity (speed) of depression (transmitted as ve-
locity data). For instance, when the YPP-35 is setup
as a Master, playing something on it will activate the
sound module of the Slave, and you will hear,
simultaneously, the voices of both instruments as
you play. If your Slave instrument is equipped to
receive the velocity data, the volume, timbre of its
voice will also vary according to your performance.
In addition to Note On information, the YPP-35 is
also equipped to deal with Program Change and
Control Change messages.
1) Program Change Message
Program Change message is used to change voices
on a Slave instrument. For instance, with the Y PP-
35 set up as a Master, if you select one of its voices,
a Program Change message (including MIDI Pro-
gram Number) will be transmitted to the Slave. ifthe
Slave has the MIDI capabilities to receive this
message, its own voice will be changed according to
the MIDI Program Number it has received. Con-
versely, whenthe YPP-35is the Slave, it can receive
the message and will automatically select its voice
according to the MIDI Program Number from the
Master.
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The following chart shows the relation between
YPP-35 voices and MIDI Program Numbers.
MIDI Program Number | YPP-35 Voice/Voice Select Button
00H PIANO 1
01H PIANO 2
02H E. PIANO
03H HARPSICHORD
04H VIBES
05H STRINGS
06H CHOIR
07H PIPE ORGAN
* This relation applies to both transmission and reception.
MIDI Program Numbers other than those in the chart
cannot be transmitted or received.
Cancelling Program Change Message
Program Change message is automatically available
when the YPP-35 is turned on. Though it is a very
useful feature, you may sometimes run into a situ-
ation where you wish to cancelit. To cancel Program
Change message, while holding down the MID!/
TRANSPOSE button, press the Voice Select button
PIANO 2. To reactivate this message, repeat the
same procedure.
2) Control Change Message
Control Change message deals with various aspects
of the played sound. For instance, when you're
using the YPP-35 as a Master, and you depress the
foot switch, a Control Change message (including
MIDI Control Number and a Damper value) will be
transmitted, and the Slave's sound will also be
sustained (unless it cannot receive the message). If
the YPP-35 is the Slave, it will receive Control
Change messages from the Master. The YPP-35,
as a Master, can transmit only Damper information
(MIDI Control Number 64 in the following chart). As
a Slave, however, it can receive a lot more infor-
mation, as shown in the chart below:
YPP-35 Control Change Message
Reception Capabilities
MIDI Control Number Name Value
07 Volume (*1) 0-127
11 Expression (*1) 0-127
64 Damper 0:0ff, 1-127:0n
(Variable)
122 Local On/Off (*2) | O:Off, 1-127:On
123 All Notes Off (*3) 0
124 Omni Off (*4) 0
125 Omni On (*4) 0
(*1)Volume/Expression: The volume of the YPP-
35 will be adjusted internally regardless of its panel
setting, according to the Control Change message it
receives. For instance, if the YPP-35 receives a “0”
value message for volume/expression, it will not
produce a sound even if its own VOLUME slider is
set to the MAX position.
(*2)Local On/Off: Upon reception of a Local Off
message, the Y PP-35's keyboard will be separated
fromits internal sound module. See “Example 3” on
page 12 for details.
(*3)All Notes Off: As soon as the YPP-35 receives
this instruction, all of its notes sounding at that time
will be muted.
(*4)Omni Off/On: See the following section, “MIDI
Channels”, for details.
Cancelling Control Change Message
Normally, Control Change message is automatically
available when the YPP-35 is turned on. But you
may wish to create a situation where, for example,
the Slave YPP-35 sounds are not sustained in
tandem with the Master sounds. To cancel the
Control Change message, while holding down the
MIDI TRANSPOSE button, press the Voice Select
button E. PIANO. To reactivate this message,
repeat the same procedure.
The above-described Note On, Program Change,
and Control Change messages are known as MIDI
channel information. That is, these messages are
communicated through MIDI channels. Sowhat are
MIDI channels? The next section addresses this
question.
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C. MIDI Channels
There are 16 MIDI channels (1-16). Unless MIDI
Instruments are set to the same MIDI channel, they
cannotcommunicate MIDI channel information (Note
On, Program Change, Control Change, etc.), even
If the cables are connected properly. MIDI channels
canbe likenedto television channels, i.e. information
from several TV stations is transmitted through the
air, so to receive the desired program, you have to
select one channel on your TV set.
When the YPP-35 is turned on, both its transmitting
andreceiving MIDI channels are setto 1. Ifrequired,
these channels can be reset.
1) Setting a MIDI Transmitting Channel
While holding down the MIDI/TRANSPOSE button,
press one of 16 keys from C1 to D#2 according to the
table below.
Key Ci [Chor [DY EF [FY | Gr GH] AY [AY] BY | C2 [Ch | D2| DS
Channel 213 | 4 1516 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11| 12 |13 | 14 |15 | 16
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2) Setting a MIDI Receiving Channel
While holding down the MIDI/TRANSPOSE button,
press one of 16 keys from C3 to D#4 according to the
table below.
Key Ca |C'a| Das |D's|Ez|Fa|F's| Ga|G's| Az [A’>| Ba | C4 |C'a| Da| D'4
Channel
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2/3|4 5/6/7 |8|9)10|11|12 |13|14/15| 16
3) Omni On Mode
If required, the YPP-35 can be set to receive infor-
mation on all MIDI channels (1-16). This mode is
called “Omni On”. To set the YPP-35 to this mode,
while holding down the MIDI TRANSPOSE button,
press the E4 key. To get out of this mode, either
select a specific receiving channel, or turn off the
YPP-35, then turn it on again after a few seconds.
Note: If you have several Slaves, all set to OMNI
Mode, they will all receive the same instructions, and
therefore play the same music. To achieve individual
control of the Slaves, that is, to get each one to
respond to different instructions and play its own
part in an ensemble, you must set the Slaves’ MIDI
receiving channels individually. When a specific
channel is selected, it means the instrument is in
OMNI OFF Mode.
Example 1:
D. Applications
The following four examples show how several of
the YPP-35's MIDI functions can be applied in
specific setups. In order to make best use of MIDI,
it is important to determine which instruments are
most effective as Masters or as Slaves. This will
depend on the individual situation. Consulting the
MIDI implementation chart of each instrument in
your setup will help you to decide in each case. |f
one instrument has more transmission capabilities
than the other(s), it will generally be better suited as
the Master. Conversely, instruments with more
recognition capabilities will be better Slaves.
Using the YPP-35 with another key-
board or sound module
If you are a MID! rookie, first, make a Hand-Shaking
connection between the two MID! keyboards. After
matching the transmitting and receiving MIDI
channels (in both directions), you can use either
instrument as Master or Slave. Whichever keyboard
you play, you will hear the sounds of both instruments.
In addition, the Slave will duplicate the Master's
sustain, vibrato, etc., as long as it is equipped to
receive MIDI messages such as Program Change,
Control Change, and so on.
* Practising with a Hand-Shaking connection is a good
way to learn which instrument will make the better
Master or Slave in a One-Way connection.
* If you're connecting the YPP-35 to a MIDI sound module,
the latter is best used as a Slave in a One-Way connec-
tion.
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Example 2: Using the YPP-35 with a drum ma-
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If you have a MIDI-compatible rhythm/drum machine,
use it as a Slave of the YPP-35. After matching MID!
channels, play the YPP-35 keyboard. Now you can
have various percussion sounds at your fingertips.
Playing a key on the YPP-35 will transmit a specific
MID! Note Number to the drum machine, which
reproduces the percussion sound corresponding to
it.
Here's another idea: If your drum machine includes
a melody instrument such as bass or vibraphone,
you can access this sound from the YPP-35. First,
look up the MIDI receiving channel assigned for
controlling the sound. Then, set both instruments to
this channel. You can now play the drum machine 's
melody instrument sound from the YPP-35. If you
wish, you can accompany your performance with a
rhythmic pattern (start/stopped locally on the drum
machine). Your entire performance can be input into
the drum machine as rhythm data.
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Example 3: Using the YPP-35 with a sequencer
{and other keyboards)
Knowing how to use the YPP-35 effectively with a
sequencer makes you a MIDI pro!
After you've recorded all the parts of your perfor-
mance on the sequencer, you'll want to play back
your ensemble, with each part matched (via MIDI
channels) to the appropriate instrument or sound
module. Say you've recorded a two-part ensemble,
cello and flute, on MIDI channels 1 and 2, each
channel matched to a separate instrument or sound
module in your MIDI system (instruments A and Bin
the Diagram below). When you play back the
ensemble, you may wish to experiment with the
sounds. Here's one thing you can try: put the Y PP-
35 (one of the Slaves in your setup) in OMNI ON
Mode, and select the voice you wish, say PIANO 1.
Thus, the YPP-35 will receive performance data in
both of MIDI channels 1 and 2, and so will play back
both parts in PIANO 1 voice, as a complement to the
celio and flute sounds from instruments A and B.
* Another use of OMNI ON Mode is for checking the
contents of an unlabelled performance data disk whose
MIDI channels are unspecified. After loading the data
into the sequencer, transmit it from the sequencer to the
YPP-35 in OMNI ON Mode. Regardless of the MIDI
channels to which the data was assigned, the YPP-35 in
OMNI ON Mode will play it back.
DIAGRAM
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If you set up a Hand-Shaking connection between
the YPP-35 and the sequencer, there are two things
to be noted:
* If the sequencer is set to transmit the same MIDI infor-
mation as received at its MIDI IN jack (This is called
“Echo On”, “Soft Thru On”, etc., depending on the
make), set the YPP-35 to “Local Control Off “(*1). If you
fail to do this, pressing a single key will sound twice as
many notes as in normal play. As a result, it will reduce
the polyphonic notes you can play at a time.
* Conversely, when the sequencer is set to “Echo Off”
(“Soft Thru Off”, etc.), you cannot play directly from the
keyboard with the Y PP-35 In Loca! Control Off, because
the sequencer doesn’t retransmit any received MIDI
data. In this case, you have to set the YPP-35 to Local
Control On, which enables you to control the sound
module from either the keyboard or the sequencer.
DIAGRAMS
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(*1)Note: Local Control On/Off: Normally, the
YPP-35's keyboard is connected toits internal sound
module, which means that when you play, a sound
is output from the instrument, and when you select
a different voice, the sound changes. This state is
called “Local Control On”. However, if desired, the
YPP-35 can be set to “Local Control Off”. In this
state, the keyboard is disconnected from the sound
module, which means that if you play something, a
sound will not be produced from the instrument
itself, but your performance can be transmitted via
MIDI to an external instrument.
- Setting to Local Control Off
While holding down the MIDI/TRANSPOSE button,
press Voice Select button PIANO 1. To return the
YPP-35 to Local Control On, repeat the same pro-
cedure.
One of the most exciting features of the YPP-35 is
thatitis capable of playing all of its eight voices atthe
same time. This feature is called Multi-timbre, and
is most useful when using the YPP-35 as a Slave
from a sequencer.
The YPP-35 has two play modes: Normal and Multi-
timbre. When the instrument is turned on, it is
always in Normai mode, that is, you play a single
voice on the keyboard. When in Multi-timbre mode,
however, the YPP-35 will act as ten independent
sound modules, with all 8 preset voices available for
use in an ensemble performance.
- Entering Multi-timbre mode
While holding down the MIDI/TRANSPOSE button,
press the HARPSICHORD Voice Select button. To
exit from Multi-timbre mode, repeat the same op-
eration once again.
Now, try using the YPP-35 in Multi-timbre mode with
a sequencer(*).
* To best use the YPP-35 in Multi-timbre mode, you will
need a Master device which can control other devices
with different MIDI channels at the same time. This could
be a sequencer, MIDI=equipped personal computer, or
MIDI master keyboard.
The following diagram relates to a Hand-Shaking
connection between a YPP-35 and a sequencer.
Try going quickly through the following steps, to
become familiar with the use of Multi-timbre mode.
The object is to record an ensemble performance of
several parts onto the sequencer, then play it back
with each part sounding in a different YPP-35 voice.
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Step 1: Set the YPP-35 in Multi-timbre mode.
Step 2: Ensure the YPP-35 is set to Local Control
On and the sequencer to Echo Off, or the YPP-35 to
Local Control Off and the sequencer to Echo On.
Remember the notes on page 12.
Step 3: Selecta MIDI transmitting channel from 1-
10(*) on the YPP-35, then select the voice you
desire. You should set the transmitting channel
before playing, so that the sequencer will receive all
the information, via MIDI channel message, regarding
voice, touch, sustain, etc.
* In Multi-timbre mode, the YPP-35's sound module can
receive MIDI messages in channels 1-10. MIDI messages
in channels 11-16 cannot control the YPP-35's sound
module. Additionally, when you enter Multi-timbre mode,
preset voices are automatically assigned to MIDI chan-
nels, as shown in the following chart:
Channel 1: PIANO 1
Channel 2: PIANO 2
Channel 3: E. PIANO
Channel 4: HARPSICHORD
Channel 5: VIBES
Channel 6: STRINGS
Channel 7: CHOIR
Channel 8: PIPE ORGAN
Channel 9: PIANO 1
Channel10: PIANO 2
Step 4: Play one of the ensemble parts on the
keyboard, pedalling as needed, and record it onto
one of the tracks of the sequencer. You may, of
course, change voices during play.
Step 5: Repeat Steps 3 and 4 as needed. In each
case, selectthe appropriate MIDI channel (according
to the voice desired for that part) before Step 3, and
in Step 4, record onto a new track or overdub onto
previously recorded tracks.
Step 6: Play back the completed ensemble per-
formance from the sequencer. You will hear the
different voices, corresponding to the different parts
of the ensemble, played out simultaneously.
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MAINTENANCE
* Every once in a while, wipe the cabinet clean with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a diluted soap solution,
then wipe it with a dry cloth. Don’t use chemically treated cloths or other chemicals like oil, solvents or
insecticides.
* Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, moisture or extremes in temperature. This includes not placing the
unit on top of amplifiers, receivers or other heat sources, especially those with temperatures higher than 60°C
(140°F).
* Place the unit on a firm, level, vibration-free surface. Do not put anything on top of it.
* Keep the unit away from sources of strong magnetism, and from highly dusty or humid areas.
* Using an unauthorized AC power adaptor may damage the unit.
* Do not remove the unit's cover, as this can cause electric shock. All repairs should be referred to YAMAHA
personnel.
YAMAHA IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY IMPROPER USE.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Many “problems” can be solved quite easily. Before calling your YAMAHA dealer, please refer to the following
table.
PROBLEM POSSIBLE SOLUTION
* Power does not come on. * Load batteries correctly.
+ Replace batteries if dead.
* If using an AC adaptor, make sure it is firmly
connected at both ends.
* Volume is too low, sounds cannot be sustained + Replace batteries.
(held).
* No sound. * Remove headphones if plugged in.
* Replace batteries if dead.
* Reset keyboard to “Local Control On” if not in
this mode.
Distorted sound.
Song can't be recorded.
MIDI information is not being transmitted or
received.
Lower the volume.
Memory capacity has been exceeded. Clearthe
other song memories.
Check MIDI channels of transmitting and receiv-
ing instruments.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Keyboard 61 keys (C1-C6) with Touch sensitivity
Voice Technology AWM
Voices PIANO 1, PIANO 2, E. PIANO, HARPSICHORD, VIBES, STRINGS, CHOIR, PIPE
ORGAN
| Effects DAMPER (foot) switch, REVERB and ENSEMBLE buttons
Performance Memory SONG SELECT buttons (1-4), RECORD button, PLAY button
| Metronome METRONOME button, TEMPO buttons
Controts POWER switch, VOLUME slider, MIDI/TRANSPOSE button, DEMONSTRATION
| button
Jacks MIDI IN, MIDI OUT, DAMPER, AUX. OUT L/R, HEADPHONES 1,2, DC IN 10-12V
Amplifier 5.0 Wx2
Speakers 12.0 cm (40) x 2
Power Source DC 9V (6 batteries, 1.5V SUM-1, R20 or D-cells)
AC Power Adaptor PA-4 or PA-40
Power Consumption 27 W (when using the AC Power Adaptor)
13 W (when using the batteries)
Dimensions 970 mm x 123 mm x 381 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 9.1 kg
Accessories Music Stand, Foot Switch, AC Power Adaptor PA-40
Optional Items Keyboard Stand LW-10
(Some optional items may not be available in every region)
* YAMAHA reserves the right to make design and specification changes in the interests of product improvement without prior
notice.
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YAMAHA Date : 9/17 1991
Model YPP-35 MIDI Implementation Chart Version : 1.0
Function Transmitted Recognized Remarks
Basic Default 1 1
Channel Changed 1-16 1-16
Default 3 3
Mode Messages X OMNI ON/OFF
X
Note 36-96 21-108
Number True Voice * kx kkk 21-108
Velocity Note On O 9nH,v=1-127 O wv=1-127
Note Off X 9nH,v=0 X
After Key's X X
Touch Ch's X X
Pitch Bender X X
7 X Q VOLUME
Control
Change 11 X O EXPRESSION
64 e O DAMPER
Program O 0-7 O 0-7
Change True + ok kok kok ok 0-7
System Exclusive O О
System Song Pos X X
Song Sel X X
Common : Tune X X
System : Clock X X
Real Time Commands X X
Aux : Local ON/OFF X O
: All Notes OFF X O (122-125)
Messages : Active Sense e O
Reset X X
Notes
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY MODE 2 OMNI ON, MONO O: YES
Mode 3 : OMNI CFF, POLY Mode 4 OMNI CFF, MONO X NO
For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha
or the authorized distributor listed below.
Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser
á Yamaha ou au distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant
dans la liste suivante.
Die Einzelheiten zu Produkten sind bei Ihrer unten aufge-
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Para detalles sobre productos, contacte su tienda Yamaha mäs
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| NORTH AMERICA |
CANADA
Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
135 Milner Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario,
MIS 3R1, Canada
Tel: 416-298-1311
U.S.A.
Yamaha Corporation of America
6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, Calif. 90620,
U.S.A
Tel: 714-522-9011
| MIDDLE 8 SOUTH AMERICA |
MEXICO
Yamaha De Mexico S.A. De C.V,,
Departamento de ventas
Javier Rojo Comez No.1149, Col. Gpe Del
Moral, Deleg. Iztapalapa, 09300 Mexico, D.F.
Tel; 686-00-33
BRASIL
Yamaha Musical Do Brasil LTDA.
Ave, Reboucas 2636, Sáo Paulo, Brasil
Tel: 55-11 853-1377
PANAMA
Yamaha De Panama S.A.
Edificio Interseco, Calle Elvira Mendez no. 10, Piso -
3, Oficina % 105, Ciudad de Panama, Panama
Tel: 507-69-5311
OTHER LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES
AND CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Latin America Corp.
6101 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, Florida 33126,
S.A,
Tel: 305-261-4111
EUROPE |
THE UNITED KINGDOM/IRELAND
Yamaha-Kemble Music(U.K.) Ltd.
Sherbourne Drive, Tilbrook, Milton Keynes,
MK7 8BL England
Tel: 0908-366700
GERMANY/SWITZERLAND
Yamaha Europa GmbH.
Siemensstrabe 22-34, D-2084 Rellingen, F.R. of
Germany
Tel: 04101-3030
AUSTRIA/HUNGARY
Yamaha Music Austria GmbH.
Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien Austria
Tel: 0222-60203900
THE NETHERLANDS
Yamaha Music Benelux B.Y.,
Verkoop Administratie
Kanaalweg 18G, 3526 KL Utrecht, The Netherlands
Tel: 030-828411
BELGIUM/ LUXEMBOURG
Yamaha Music Benelux B.Y.,
Brussels-office
Keiberg Imperiastraat 8, 1930 Zaventem, Belgium
Tel: 02-7258220
FRANCE
Yamaha Musique France, Division Claviers
BP 70-77312 Marne-la-Valée Cedex 2, France
Tel: 01-64-61-4000
ITALY
Yamaha Musica Italia S.P.A.,
Home Keyboard Division
Viale Italia 88, 20020 Lainate(Milano), Italy
Tel: 02-937-4081
SPAIN
Yamaha-Hazen Electronica Musical, S.A.
Jorge Juan 30, 28001, Madrid, Spain
Tel: 91-577-7270
PORTUGAL
Valentim de Carvalho CI SA
Estrada de Porto Salvo, Paco de Arcos 2780 Ociras,
Portugal
Tel: 01-443-3398/4030/1823
GREECE
Philippe Nakas S.A.
Navarinou Street 13, P.Code 10680, Athens, Greece
Tel: 01-364-7111
SWEDEN
Yamaha Scandinavia AB
J. A. Wettergrens gata 1, Box 30053, 400 43
Goteborg, Sweden
Tel: 031-496090
DENMARK
Yamaha Scandinavia Filial Danmark
Finsensvej 86, DK-2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark
Tel: 31-87 30 88
FINLAND
Fazer Music Inc.
Lansituulentie 1A, SF-02100 Espoo, Finland
Tel: 90-435 011
NORWAY
Narud Yamaha AS
Osterndalen 29, 1345 Osteras
Tel: 02-24 47 90
ICELAND
Pall H. Pilsson
P.O. Box 85, Reykjavik, Iceland
Tel: 01-19440
EAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
(Except HUNGARY)
Yamaha Europa GmbH,
SiemensstraBe 22-34, D-2084 Rellingen, F.R. of
Germany
Tel: 04101-3030
AFRICA |
Yamaha Corporation,
International Marketing Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430
Tel: 053-460-2311
| MIDDLE EAST ASIA |
ISRAEL
R.B.X. International Co., Ltd,
P.O. Box 11136, Tel-Aviv 61111, Israel
Tel: 3-298-251
TURKEY/CYPRUS
Yamaha Musique France, Division Export
BP70-77312 Marne-la-Valée Cedex 2, France
Tel: 01-64-61-4000
OTHER COUNTRIES
Yamaha Corporation,
International Marketing Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430
Tel: 053-460-2311
| ASIA
HONG KONG
Tom Lee Music Co., Ltd.
15/F., World Shipping Centre, Harbour City,
7 Canton Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: 3-722-1098
INDONESIA
PT. Yamaha Music Indonesia (Distributor)
PT. Nusantik
Gedung Yamaha Music Center, Jalan Jend. Gatot
Subroto Kav. 4, Jakarta 12930, Indonesia
Tel: 21-520-2577
MALAYSIA
Yamaha Music Malaysia Sdn., Bhd.
16-28, Jalan 55 2/72, Petaling Jaya, Selangor,
Malaysia
Tel: 3-717-8977
PHILIPPINES
Yupangco Music Corporation
339 Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati, Metro Manila
1200, Philippines
Tel: 2-85-7070
SINGAPORE
Yamaha Music Asia Pte., Ltd.
80 Tannery Lane, Singapore 1334, Singapore
Tel: 747-4374
TAIWAN
Kung Hsue She Trading Co., Ltd.
KHS Fu Hsing Building, 322, Section 1, Fu-Hsing
S. Road, Taipei 10640, Taiwan. R.O.C.
Tel: 2-709-1266
THAILAND
Siam Music Yamaha Co., Ltd.
933/1-7 Rama I Road, Patumwan, Bangkok,
Thailand
Tel: 2-215-0030
THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
AND OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Corporation,
International Marketing Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430
Tel: 053-460-2311
| OCEANIA
AUSTRALIA
Yamaha Music Australia Pty. Ltd.
17-33 Market Street, South Melbourne, Vic, 3205,
Australia
Tel: 3-699-2388
NEW ZEALAND
Music Houses of N.Z. Ltd.
146/148 Captain Springs Road, Te Papapa,
Auckland, New Zealand
Tel: 9-640-099
COUNTRIES AND TRUST
TERRITORIES IN PACIFIC OCEAN
Yamaha Corporation,
International Marketing Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430
Tel: 053-460-2311
HEAD OFFICE Yamaha Corporation, Electronic Musical Instrument Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430
Tel: 053-460-3273
YAMAHA
IMPORTANT
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SPACE BELOW.
MODEL: YPP-35
SERIAL NO:
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RETAIN THIS OWNER'S MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
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