Yamaha PSR-410 Specification

Yamaha PSR-410 Specification
SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION
This product utilizes batteries or an external power supply (adapter).
DO NOT connect this product to any power supply or adapter other
than one described in the manual, on the name plate, or specifically
recommended by Yamaha.
This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a
cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is
used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE:
The information contained in this manual is believed to be correct at the
time of printing. However, Yamaha reserves the right to change or
modify any of the specifications without notice or obligation to update
existing units.
This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing sound levels that
could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT operate for long periods
of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you
experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult
an audiologist.
IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before
damage occurs.
NOTICE:
Service charges incurred due to a lack of knowledge relating to how a
function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not
covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, and are therefore the owners
responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your
dealer before requesting service.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES:
Yamaha strives to produce products that are both user safe and environmentally friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the
production methods used to produce them, meet these goals. In keeping with both the letter and the spirit of the law, we want you to be
aware of the following:
battery is approximately five years. When replacement becomes
necessary, contact a qualified service representative to perform the
replacement.
This product may also use “household” type batteries. Some of these
may be rechargeable. Make sure that the battery being charged is a
rechargeable type and that the charger is intended for the battery
being charged.
When installing batteries, do not mix batteries with new, or with batteries of a different type. Batteries MUST be installed correctly. Mismatches or incorrect installation may result in overheating and battery
case rupture.
Warning:
Do not attempt to disassemble, or incinerate any battery. Keep all
batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and
as regulated by the laws in your area. Note: Check with any retailer of
household type batteries in your area for battery disposal information.
Disposal Notice:
Should this product become damaged beyond repair, or for some
reason its useful life is considered to be at an end, please observe all
local, state, and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of products that contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc. If your dealer is unable
to assist you, please contact Yamaha directly.
NAME PLATE LOCATION:
The name plate is located on the bottom of the product. The model
number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this
plate. You should record the model number, serial number, and the
date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual
as a permanent record of your purchase.
Model
Serial No.
Battery Notice:
This product MAY contain a small non-rechargeable battery which (if
applicable) is soldered in place. The average life span of this type of
Purchase Date
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in
this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use
the product.
IMPORTANT:
When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use
only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product
MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the
USA.
NOTE:
This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements
listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance
that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in
harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to
• This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America.
the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference
harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with
FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in
all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference,
which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try
to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:
• Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the
interference.
• Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or
fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
• In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna.
If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to
co-axial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please
contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If
you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha
Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600
Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620
Congratulations!
You are the proud owner of a Yamaha PSR-410. Your PSR-410 is a high-quality musical instrument that incorporates advanced Yamaha digital technology
and many versatile features. In order to obtain maximum performance and enjoyment from your PSR-410, we urge you to read this Owner’s Manual thoroughly
while trying out the various features described. Keep the Owner’s Manual in a
safe place for later reference.
Contents
Panel Controls
2
Registration Memory
31
Taking Care of Your PortaTone
4
Record Functions
32
Preparation
5
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■
■
■
Power Supply .................................................................. 5
Using Headphones Or an External Sound System ......... 6
The Sustain Pedal ........................................................... 6
The Music Stand ............................................................. 6
Listen to the Demo!
7
Basic Editing Procedure
8
Selecting & Playing the Voices
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■
■
■
■
10
Orchestration ................................................................ 10
Voice Assignment ......................................................... 12
Volume .......................................................................... 13
Octave ........................................................................... 13
Pan ................................................................................ 14
Auto Harmony ............................................................... 15
Keyboard Percussion .................................................... 16
Pitch Bend ..................................................................... 17
Sustain .......................................................................... 17
Overall Control
18
Split Point Change ......................................................... 18
Transpose ..................................................................... 19
■ Tuning ........................................................................... 19
■ Touch Response ........................................................... 19
Song Memory .................................................................... 32
■ Accompaniment Track Recording ................................. 33
■ Melody Track Recording ............................................... 35
■ Accompaniment And Melody Playback ......................... 36
■ The [RESET] Button ..................................................... 37
■ Record Or Play from a Specified Measure ................... 37
The Multi Pads .................................................................. 38
■ Recording ...................................................................... 38
■ Playback ....................................................................... 39
Clearing Tracks ................................................................ 40
Page Memory
41
MIDI
42
MIDI Bulk Dump ................................................................ 43
■ Page Copy .................................................................... 44
MIDI Reception Modes ..................................................... 45
■ Channel Reception Modes ............................................ 45
■ Clock Mode ................................................................... 46
■ Start/Stop Mode ............................................................ 46
MIDI Transmission ............................................................ 47
■ MIDI Transmit Channels ............................................... 47
■
■
Auto Accompaniment
■
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■
■
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20
Selecting a Style ........................................................... 20
Setting the Auto Accompaniment Split Point ................ 21
Auto Accompaniment Fingering .................................... 21
Tempo Control .............................................................. 24
Accompaniment Control ................................................ 25
Accompaniment Volume ............................................... 27
The Track Buttons ......................................................... 28
Re-voicing the Tracks ................................................... 29
One Touch Setting
30
Appendix ............................................................................... 48
■ Voice & Polyphony List ................................................. 48
■ Style List ....................................................................... 49
■ Reset Procedures & Page Memory Default Settings .... 51
■ Troubleshooting ............................................................ 53
Index
................................................................................ 54
Percussion Kit List .......................................................... 218
MIDI Implementation Chart ............................................ 220
Specifications ................................................................. 223
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Panel Controls
Top Panel Controls
1 POWER Button ............................................... page 7
2 MASTER VOLUME Control ............................ page 7
3 MULTI DISPLAY .......................................... page 7,8
4 [+], [–] Buttons ................................................ page 9
5 Number Buttons [0]~[9], [+/–] ........................ page 9
6 ARE YOU SURE ? [YES], [NO] Buttons
......................................................... page 40, 43, 44
7 PITCH BEND Wheel .................................... page 17
8 PAGE MEMORY Section
• PAGE# Button ............................................ page 41
• MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY Button ... page 43, 44
9 OVERALL CONTROL Section
• TEMPO Button .......................................... page 24
• METRONOME Button ............................... page 24
• SPLIT POINT Button ................................. page 18
• TRANSPOSE Button ................................. page 19
• TUNING Button ......................................... page 19
• TOUCH RESPONSE Button ..................... page 19
0 MIDI Section
• RECEIVE CH/CL/COM Button .......... page 45, 46
• TRANSMIT CH Button .............................. page 47
! AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT Section
• STYLE SELECT Button ............................ page 20
• AUTO ACCOMP Button ............................ page 21
• FINGERING Button ................................... page 21
• ACCOMP VOLUME Button ....................... page 27
• REVOICE Button ....................................... page 29
• TRACK (RHYTHM1, 2, BASS,
RHYTHMIC CHORD 1, 2, PAD
CHORD, PHRASE1, 2) Buttons ................ page 28
@ ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL Section
• SYNC-START/STOP Button ..................... page 25
• START/STOP Button ................................. page 25
• INTRO Button ............................................ page 26
• FILL IN 1 Button ........................................ page 26
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# VOICE Section
• VOICE SELECT Button ............................. page 12
• KEYBOARD PERCUSSION Button .......... page 16
• VOL Button ................................................ page 13
• OCTAVE Button ......................................... page 13
• PAN Button ................................................ page 14
• ONE TOUCH SETTING Button ................. page 30
• FILL IN 2 Button ........................................ page 26
• ORCHESTRATION R1, R2, L1, L2,
EDIT Buttons ...................................... page 10, 11
• ENDING Button ......................................... page 27
• MAIN A/B Buttons ..................................... page 26
• HARMONY TYPE Button .......................... page 15
• HARMONY Button ..................................... page 15
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The illustrations here are not available.
$ REGISTRATION MEMORY Section
* DEMO Section
• MEMORIZE Button ................................... page 31
• SONG# Button ............................................ page 7
• [1]~[4] Buttons ........................................... page 31
• START/STOP Button ................................... page 7
% SONG MEMORY Section
( MULTI PADS Section
• MEASURE# Button ................................... page 37
• STOP Button ............................................. page 39
• TRACK (ACCOMP, MELODY) Buttons . page 33~36
• PAD [1]~[4] Buttons ............................ page 38, 39
^ SONG Section
• RESET Button ........................................... page 37
• PLAY/STOP Button ................................... page 36
& RECORDING Section
• REC Button ................................... page 33, 35, 38
• CLEAR Button ........................................... page 40
Rear Panel Connectors
) MIDI OUT and IN Connectors ...................... page 42
q SUSTAIN PEDAL Jack ................................... page 6
w HEADPHONES/AUX OUT Jack ..................... page 6
e DC 10-12V IN Jack ......................................... page 5
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Taking Care of Your PortaTone
Your PortaTone will give you years of playing pleasure if you follow the
simple rules given below:
■ Location
Do not expose the instrument to the following
conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or
more serious damage.
• Direct sunlight (e.g. near a window).
• High temperatures (e.g. near a heat source, outside, or in a car during the daytime).
• Excessive humidity.
• Excessive dust.
• Strong vibration.
■ Power Supply
• Turn the power switch OFF when the instrument
is not in use.
• A power adaptor, if used, should be unplugged
from the AC outlet if the instrument is not to be
used for an extended period of time.
• Unplug the power adaptor during electric storms.
• Avoid plugging the power adaptor into the same
AC outlet as appliances with high power consumption, such as electric heaters or ovens. Also
avoid using multi-plug adaptors since these can
result in reduced sound quality and possibly
damage.
■ Turn Power OFF When Making
Connections
• To avoid damage to the instrument and other
devices to which it is connected (a sound system,
for example), turn the power switches of all related devices OFF prior to connecting or disconnecting audio and MIDI cables.
■ Handling and Transport
• Never apply excessive force to the controls, connectors or other parts of the instrument.
• Always unplug cables by gripping the plug
firmly, not by pulling on the cable.
• Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.
• Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or
placing heavy objects on the instrument can result in scratches and more serious damage.
■ Cleaning
• Clean the cabinet and panel with a dry soft cloth.
• A slightly damp cloth may be used to remove
stubborn grime and dirt.
• Never use cleaners such as alcohol or thinner.
• Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of the instrument (vinyl can stick to and discolor the surface).
■ Electrical Interference
• This instrument contains digital circuitry and
may cause interference if placed too close to radio or television receivers. If this occurs, move
the instrument further away from the affected
equipment.
■ Service and Modification
• The PSR-410 contains no user serviceable parts.
Opening it or tampering with it in anyway can
lead to irreparable damage and possibly electric
shock. Refer all servicing to qualified YAMAHA
personnel.
YAMAHA is not responsible for damage caused by improper handling or operation.
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Preparation
This section contains information about setting up your PSR-410 and preparing to play.
Be sure to go through this section carefully before using your PSR-410.
SUSTAIN PEDAL HEADPHONES/
AUX OUT
DC 10-12V IN
The illustrations here are not available.
■ Power Supply
Your PSR-410 will run either from an optional power adaptor or batteries*. Follow the instructions below
according to the power source you intend to use.
* When batteries are used the sound of the PSR-410 may be distorted at high volume
levels. This is because the power of the amplifier is reduced when batteries are used.
CAUTION
• Never interrupt the power supply (e.g. remove the batteries or unplug the AC adaptor) during any PSR-410 record operation! Doing so
can result in a loss of data.
● Using An Optional AC Power Adaptor .................................................................................................
DC 10-12V IN
PA-3,
PA-4,
PA-5,
PA-5B,
or
PA-40
AC power
socket
Plug the DC output cable from an optional Yamaha PA-3, PA-4, PA-5, PA5B, or PA-40 AC Power Adaptor into the DC IN jack on the rear panel of the
PSR-410, then plug the Power Adaptor (or the AC cable of the Power Adaptor)
into a convenient wall AC power socket. The internal batteries are automatically disconnected when an AC Power Adaptor is used.
CAUTION
NOTES
• Use ONLY a Yamaha PA-3, PA-4, PA-5, PA-5B, or PA-40 AC Power
Adaptor to power your instrument from the AC mains. The use of
other adaptors may result in irreparable damage to both the adaptor
and the PSR-410.
• Using the PA-5 with the PSR-410 will provide a slight increase in the
overall volume.
● Using Batteries .......................................................................................................................................
For battery operation the PSR-410 requires six 1.5V SUM-1, “D” size, R-20 or equivalent batteries.
When the batteries need to be replaced the volume may be reduced, the sound may be distorted, and other
problems may occur. When this happens, turn the power off while either the batteries are replaced or an AC
adaptor is connected.
When the batteries fail, replace them as follows:
Z Open the battery compartment cover located on the instrument’s bottom
panel.
X Insert the six new batteries, being careful to follow the polarity markings on
the inside of the compartment.
C Replace the compartment cover, making sure that it locks firmly in place.
CAUTION
• When the batteries run down, replace them with a complete set of
six new batteries. NEVER mix old and new batteries.
• Do not use different kinds of batteries (e.g. alkaline and manganese)
at the same time.
• To prevent possible damage due to battery leakage, remove the
batteries from the instrument if it is not to be used for an extended
period of time.
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Preparation
■ Using Headphones Or an External Sound System
HEADPHONES/
AUX OUT
A standard pair of stereo headphones can be plugged into the rear-panel
HEADPHONES/AUX OUT jack for private practice or late-night playing.
The internal speaker system is automatically shut off when a pair of headphones is plugged into the HEADPHONES/AUX OUT jack. The HEADPHONES/AUX OUT jack can also be used to deliver the output of the
PSR-410 to a keyboard amplifier, stereo sound system, mixing console or
tape recorder.
Stereo sound
system
■ The Sustain Pedal
SUSTAIN PEDAL
An optional Yamaha FC4 or FC5 footswitch can be plugged into the
rear-panel SUSTAIN PEDAL jack. The sustain pedal functions as a damper
pedal, controlling sustain. Press the pedal to sustain notes after the keys are
released.
NOTES
• Be sure that you do not press the pedal while inserting the plug
into the SUSTAIN PEDAL jack or while turning the power on. If
you do, the ON/OFF status of the footswitch will be reversed.
This function has been implemented to allow either press-tomake or press-to-break contact type footswitches to be used with
the PSR-410.
■ The Music Stand
Insert the bottom edge of the music stand into the slot located at the rear
of the PSR-410 control panel.
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Listen to the Demo!
Once you’ve set up your PSR-410, try listening to the pre-programmed demonstration songs —
they’ll give you a good idea of what the PSR-410 can do!
DEMO
SONG #
ON/
OFF
MIN
POWER
MAX
MASTER VOLUME
START/STOP
The illustrations here are not available.
ZTurn the Power ON & Set the Volume ..................................................................................................
Before playing the demo turn the power ON by pressing the POWER
switch (the panel indicators and MULTI DISPLAY will light), and turn the
MASTER VOLUME control up (clockwise) about a quarter-turn from its
minimum position.
ON/
OFF
POWER
MIN
MAX
MASTER VOLUME
XSelect a Song ..........................................................................................................................................
DEMO
SONG #
START/STOP
Press the DEMO [SONG #] button a few times until the number of the
desired demo song appears on the MULTI DISPLAY.
ALL (0):
Repeat playback of all demo songs in sequence.
1~5:
Repeat playback of the selected demo song number.
NOTES
• “ALL” is automatically selected whenever the power switch is turned
on.
CPress DEMO [START/STOP] to Start ....................................................................................................
DEMO
SONG #
Press the DEMO [START/STOP] button to start playback, and use the
MASTER VOLUME control to set the ideal listening level. The selected
demonstration will play repeatedly.
NOTES
• During demo playback you can select different voices and play along
on the keyboard — see the “Selecting & Playing the Voices” section
beginning on page 10.
START/STOP
VPress DEMO [START/STOP] to Stop ....................................................................................................
Press the DEMO [START/STOP] button again to stop demo playback.
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Basic Editing Procedure
The PSR-410 features a flexible-but-consistent interface that lets you edit just about all of its
parameters using the same basic procedure. Once familiar with the system, you’ll be able to
edit any parameter quickly and easily. Here’s the basic procedure:
BEAT
RESET
MULTI DISPLAY
–
+
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+–
1_ _
The illustrations here are not available.
ZPress a Function Button ........................................................................................................................
VOICE
SELECT
First press the button corresponding to the function or parameter you
want to edit. To select voice numbers, for example, press the [VOICE SELECT] button (its indicator will light). The number shown on the MULTI
DISPLAY will be the current value of the selected parameter.
KEYBOARD
PERCUSSION
XEdit the Parameter ..................................................................................................................................
The PSR-410 lets you edit parameters using three different methods.
Use the one that best suits the parameter you have selected:
2-1: The Function Button
VOICE
SELECT
Each time you press a function button (except for the SPLIT POINT
button) after initially selecting the function, the value of the corresponding
parameter will be incremented (increased) by one. If you hold the function
button for a few seconds, the parameter will begin to increment continuously as long as you hold the button.
If, for example, you press the [VOICE SELECT] button and MULTI
DISPLAY shows that voice number 36 is currently selected, you can select
voice number 37 simply by pressing the [VOICE SELECT] button again.
KEYBOARD
PERCUSSION
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2-2: The [+] and [−] Buttons
RESET
–
+
2-3: The Number Buttons
0
1
2
3
The number buttons — to the right of the [+] and [−] buttons — allow
direct numeric entry of the desired value, and are therefore the fastest way
to edit in many situations.
To select a voice, for example, choose one of the 128 voices — numbered “01” through “128” — shown on the panel VOICE list, then enter its
number using the number buttons. To select “HARMONICA” (number 23),
for example, first press [2] then [3]. The number “23” should then appear
on the MULTI DISPLAY.
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The [+] and [−] buttons immediately to the right of the MULTI DISPLAY can be used to increment (increase by one) or decrement (decrease
by one) the currently selected parameter. Press the [+] button briefly to increment the parameter value, or the [−] button to decrement. If you hold the
[+] or [−] button down, the value will increment or decrement continuously
— simply release the button when the desired value has been reached.
+–
1_ _
The [+/−] button is used to switch between positive and negative values
with parameters that allow negative values (Transpose, Tuning, Octave, and
Pan, for example). A “−” appears before negative values on the MULTI
DISPLAY.
When selecting voice numbers the [+/−] button is used to enter the hundreds digit of the voice number (the button alternately selects no hundreds
digit or “1”), as required, prior to entering the tens and ones digits. The [1]
number button cannot be used to enter the hundreds digit when selecting
voices.
Values outside the range of the selected parameter can not be entered.
NOTES
• After editing a parameter other than [VOICE SELECT], the [VOICE
SELECT] parameter will automatically be re-selected after a brief
delay.
• If you attempt to change a parameter that can not be edited in the
current mode, “---” will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
● Yes/No Confirmation
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
NO
Some operations that change important settings or erase data may require you
to confirm your choice by pressing the [YES] or [NO] button. When a choice needs
to be confirmed the ARE YOU SURE? indicator will flash and a digitally sampled
voice will ask “Are you sure?”. Press the [YES] button to execute the specified operation or the [NO] button to cancel and leave the settings or data unaffected.
If you don’t want to hear the “Are you sure?” confirmation sound, hold down the
[NO] button while initially turning the power switch on. To restore the confirmation
sound, turn the power switch off, then turn it back on again while holding down the
[YES] button. The on/off status of the confirmation sound is retained in memory
even when the power switch is turned off as long as batteries are installed on an
AC adaptor is connected.
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Selecting & Playing the Voices
The PSR-410 has 128 stunning voices plus 8 different drum and percussion kits that
you can select and play in a number of ways.
VOICE
SELECT
VOICE
VOL
OCTAVE
PAN
ORCHESTRATION
L1
HARMONY
TYPE
R1
EDIT
L2
KEYBOARD
PERCUSSION
ONE TOUCH
SETTING
R2
HARMONY
The illustrations here are not available.
■ Orchestration
The unique ORCHESTRATION button group in the PSR-410’s VOICE control section lets you select and
play from one to four “parts” at the same time using a variety of “orchestrations”. One of the PSR-410’s 128
voices is assigned to each part.
● Single: One voice over the entire keyboard.
● Dual: Two voices simultaneously over the entire keyboard.
● Split: Different voices with the left and right hands.
● Split & Dual: Combinations of the Split and Dual modes.
There are actually a number of variations on
each of the above orchestrations. The ORCHESTRATION buttons are used to choose the type of
orchestration you want.
Right-hand voice 1
(or single voice)
Left-hand voice 1
ORCHESTRATION
L1
R1
EDIT
L2
Left-hand voice 2
R2
Right-hand voice 2
(or single voice)
The four available parts are turned on and off by
the [R1], [R2], [L1], and [L2] buttons. The indicators next to each of these buttons tell you which
parts are on and which are off, and therefore indicate the current orchestration mode. The [EDIT]
button determines which of the four orchestration
parts is to be edited. You can, for example, assign
any of the PSR-410’s 128 voices to each of the orchestration parts. But before we discuss voice assignment and editing, let’s take a look at the various
orchestration modes:
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● Single Modes
In the “single” modes either the [R1] or [R2] part
voice can be played over the entire keyboard. The R1
and R2 single-voice modes are selected simply by
pressing either the [R1] or [R2] button if neither the
[L1] or [L2] indicators are lit. If the [L1] and/or [L2]
indicators are lit, press them so that both indicators
go out.
Note that when you select the [R1] or [R2] singlevoice mode, the triangular EDIT indicator for the selected voice also lights. This means you can select a
different voice number or otherwise edit the current
voice using the procedures described on page 12.
L1
R1
EDIT
L2
R2
L1
The R1 voice is played across the
entire keyboard.
R1
EDIT
L2
R2
The R2 voice is played across the
entire keyboard.
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● Dual Mode
● Split & Dual Modes
In the dual mode both the [R1] and [R2] part
voices are selected so they can be played simultaneously across the entire keyboard. To select the dual
mode, make sure that both the [L1] and [L2] indicators are out, then press both the [R1] and [R2] buttons simultaneously (or hold one while pressing the
other).
You can switch back to either of the single modes
from the dual mode simply by pressing the [R1] or
[R2] button, as required.
L1
There are five possible combinations of the split
and dual modes, as shown below. The part for the
single-voice side of the combination is selected simply by pressing the appropriate part button, while for
the dual-voice side both buttons must be pressed
simultaneously (or one while holding the other).
▼
L1
R1
EDIT
L2
R2
L1
R1
L1 voice.
R1 & R2 voices.
R1
▼
EDIT
L2
R2
The R1 & R2 voices are played
across the entire keyboard.
EDIT
L2
R2
L1
R1
R1 & R2 voices.
L2 voice.
▼
● Split Modes
EDIT
The PSR-410 allows four different split modes,
with one voice played on the left-hand section of the
keyboard ([L1] or [L2]) and a different voice on the
right-hand section of the keyboard ([R1] or [R2]).
Selecting a split mode is simply a matter of pressing
the buttons corresponding to the desired left- and
right-hand parts.
The split point (i.e. the key at which the voices
change over) can be set at any desired key by using
the SPLIT POINT CHANGE function described on
page 18.
L2
R2
L1
R1
R2 voice.
L1 & L2 voices.
▼
EDIT
L2
R2
L1
R1
L1 & L2 voices.
R1 voice.
▼
EDIT
L2
R2
L1 & L2 voices.
R1 & R2 voices.
▼
L1
R1
EDIT
L2
R2
L1
R1
R1 voice.
L1 voice.
▼
EDIT
L2
R2
L1
R1
L2 voice.
R1 voice.
▼
EDIT
L2
R2
L1
R1
L1 voice.
R2 voice.
▼
EDIT
L2
R2
L2 voice.
R2 voice.
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Selecting & Playing the Voices
■ Voice Assignment
You can assign any of the PSR-410’s 128 voices to each of the ORCHESTRATION parts, whether the part is
currently ON or OFF.
ZPress the [VOICE SELECT] Button .......................................................................................................
VOICE
SELECT
You don’t need to do this if the [VOICE SELECT] indicator is already
lit. Also make sure that the [KEYBOARD PERCUSSION] indicator is
out.
KEYBOARD
PERCUSSION
XSelect the Part You Want to Edit ...........................................................................................................
Use the ORCHESTRATION [EDIT] button to select the part to which
you want to assign a new voice. The [EDIT] indicators light in sequence in
the clockwise direction each time the [EDIT] button is pressed.
EDIT
NOTES
• You can edit the voice number of a part that is OFF while playing a
different part.
• Actually, the [VOICE SELECT] mode is automatically selected whenever the [EDIT] button is pressed, so you don’t really need to press
[VOICE SELECT] as described in step 1 if you’re going to use the
[EDIT] button prior to selecting a voice number.
CSelect a Voice Number ...........................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Example: Voice number “120”
+–
1_ _
2
0
Referring to the VOICE list printed on the PSR-410 panel, use the [+]
and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [VOICE SELECT] button
itself to select the required voice number (see page 8 for editing procedure
details).
When entering voice numbers higher than 99, use the [+/−] button to
enter the hundreds digit prior to entering the tens and ones digits: the button
alternately selects no hundreds digit or “1”.
NOTES
12
• The optimum keyboard range is preset for each voice.
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■ Volume
You can individually set the volume of each orchestration part to set up the ideal balance between parts.
ZSelect the Part You Want to Edit ...........................................................................................................
Use the ORCHESTRATION [EDIT] button to select the part you want
to edit.
XPress the [VOL] Button ..........................................................................................................................
VOL
Press the VOICE control section [VOL] button. The current volume
value of the selected part will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
CSet the Volume .......................................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [VOL] button
itself to set the desired volume. The volume range is from 00 (no sound) to
24 (maximum volume). The default volume value (21) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [−] buttons at the same time.
■ Octave
You can individually shift the octave of each orchestration part up or down by up to two octaves. This makes
it easy, for example, to lower the pitch of a bass voice to an appropriate octave without affecting the other parts
in your orchestration.
ZSelect the Part You Want to Edit ...........................................................................................................
Use the ORCHESTRATION [EDIT] button to select the part you want
to edit.
XPress the [OCTAVE] Button ..................................................................................................................
OCTAVE
Press the VOICE control section [OCTAVE] button. The current octave
value of the selected part will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
CSet the Octave ........................................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [OCTAVE] button itself to set the desired octave. The octave range is from −2 (down two
octaves) to +2 (up two octaves). The normal octave value for the selected
voice can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [−] buttons at
the same time.
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Selecting & Playing the Voices
■ Pan
The PSR-410 delivers true stereo sound, and you can use this parameter to individually set the stereo (pan)
position of each orchestration part to create a broad stereo image of your sound.
ZSelect the Part You Want to Edit ...........................................................................................................
Use the ORCHESTRATION [EDIT] button to select the part you want
to edit.
XPress the [PAN] Button ..........................................................................................................................
PAN
Press the VOICE control section [PAN] button. The current pan value of
the selected part will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
CSet the Pan Position ...............................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [PAN] button
itself to set the desired pan value. The pan range is from −7 (full left) to +7
(full right). A setting of “0” places the sound of the selected part in the
center of the stereo sound field. Other settings produce in-between positions. “−4”, for example, would place the sound between center and full
left.
The center pan position (0) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the
[+] and [−] buttons at the same time.
NOTES
14
• The new pan value will apply from the next note played — i.e. you
can’t pan the sound of a note while it is playing.
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■ Auto Harmony
Auto Harmony is used with the PSR-410’s Auto Accompaniment feature except for Full fingering mode (see
page 20). It automatically adds appropriate harmony notes to a single-note melody line you play on the keyboard. You can choose from 10 different types of harmony that can be assigned to the right-hand orchestration
parts.
ZTurn Auto Harmony ON .........................................................................................................................
Press the [HARMONY] button so that its indicator lights. This turns
Auto Harmony ON.
HARMONY
TYPE
NOTES
• The HARMONY can’t be engaged when Keyboard Percussion is ON.
HARMONY
XPress the [HARMONY TYPE] Button ....................................................................................................
Press the VOICE control section [HARMONY TYPE] button. The
number of the currently selected harmony type will appear on the MULTI
DISPLAY.
HARMONY
TYPE
HARMONY
CSelect a Harmony Type ..........................................................................................................................
Use the [+] and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [HARMONY
TYPE] button itself to select the desired effect.
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
The Harmony Types
01
02
03
04
05
Duet
1+5
Country
Trio
Block
06
07
08
09
10
4-way close 1
4-way close 2
4-way open
Octave
Strum
VTurn Auto Harmony ON or OFF as Required .......................................................................................
HARMONY
TYPE
Use the [HARMONY] button to turn Auto Harmony ON or OFF. Auto
Harmony is ON when the [HARMONY] button indicator is lit.
NOTES
HARMONY
• When Auto Harmony is used in the dual mode, the R1 voice responds
to notes played on the keyboard while the harmony notes are played
by the R1 and R2 voices, depending on the selected harmony type.
• Only a single note can be played at a time on the keyboard (or the
right-hand section of the keyboard) when the Auto Harmony feature is
used.
• If you play more than one note at the same time while Auto Harmony
is ON, only the highest note will sound.
• Auto Harmony will only function when the Auto Accompaniment function is being used (page 20).
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Selecting & Playing the Voices
■ Keyboard Percussion
The PSR-410 has 8 different drum and percussion “kits” that can be played on the keyboard when the Keyboard Percussion function is turned ON. The types of drum and percussion instruments played by the various
keys when Keyboard Percussion function is selected are marked by symbols above the keys.
ZTurn Keyboard Percussion ON .............................................................................................................
Press the [KEYBOARD PERCUSSION] button so that its indicator
lights to turn Keyboard Percussion ON. The percussion kit number will
appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
VOICE
SELECT
KEYBOARD
PERCUSSION
XSelect a Percussion Kit ..........................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [VOICE SELECT] button to select the desired percussion kit (1 through 8). See page
218 for a complete list of the percussion kit instruments.
The Percussion Kits
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Standard
Room
Rock
Electronic
Analog
Jazz
Brush
Classic
NOTES
• The HARMONY and TRANSPOSE functions (pages 15 and 19) do
not affect the percussion sounds. The HARMONY function will be
canceled when Keyboard Percussion is turned ON.
• The ORCHESTRATION [EDIT] button does not function when Keyboard Percussion is turned ON.
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■ Pitch Bend
PITCH BEND
The PITCH BEND wheel to the left of the keyboard allows the note
pitch to be bent up or down — roll the wheel away from you to bend up,
and toward you to bend down (this situation can be reversed, as described
below). When the PITCH BEND wheel is moved almost all the way in
either direction, the current pitch bend range value will appear on the
MULTI DISPLAY (see below).
+
–
● Setting the Pitch Bend Range
The maximum amount of pitch bend produced by the PITCH BEND wheel can be set anywhere from ±1
semitone to ±12 semitones (i.e. plus or minus one octave).
ZCall the Pitch Bend Range Parameter ..................................................................................................
PITCH BEND
To set the pitch bend range, roll the PITCH BEND wheel all the way in
either direction so that the current range value appears on the MULTI DISPLAY.
+
–
XSet the Pitch Bend Range ......................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
While holding the PITCH BEND wheel at its maximum position, use
the [+] and [−] buttons or the number buttons to select the desired pitch
bend range. The pitch bend range value is displayed in semitones (−12
through 12). If a minus setting is selected pitch bend wheel operation is
reversed — i.e. roll the wheel away from you to lower pitch. The default
pitch bend range (02) can be instantly recalled by pressing [+] and
[−] buttons simultaneously.
CRelease the PITCH BEND Wheel ...........................................................................................................
Release the PITCH BEND wheel when you’ve set the required pitch
bend range.
■ Sustain
SUSTAIN PEDAL
If you have plugged an optional Yamaha FC4 or FC5 footswitch into the
PSR-410’s rear-panel SUSTAIN PEDAL jack, the footswitch can be used
as a damper pedal, controlling sustain. Press the pedal to sustain notes after
the keys are released.
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Overall Control
The OVERALL CONTROL section includes a range of parameters that,
as their title suggests, apply to the overall sound of the PSR-410.
OVERALL CONTROL
TEMPO SPLIT TRANSPOINT POSE TUNING
METRONOME
TOUCH
RESPONSE
The illustrations here are not available.
■ Split Point Change
This function lets you set the split point (the key that separates the left-hand and right-hand orchestration
parts) to any key on the keyboard.
ZTurn Auto Accompaniment OFF ...........................................................................................................
STYLE
SELECT
To set the split point for the left- and right-hand orchestration parts,
make sure that the [AUTO ACCOMP] indicator is off before proceeding.
NOTES
• The PSR-410 actually memorizes two separate split points: one for
the left- and right-hand orchestration parts, and one for Auto Accompaniment mode. See page 21 for details on setting the Auto Accompaniment split point.
AUTO
ACCOMP
XPress the [SPLIT POINT] Button ...........................................................................................................
SPLIT
POINT
Press the OVERALL CONTROL section [SPLIT POINT] button. The
key number of the current split point will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
NOTES
• The key numbers for each note are listed above the keyboard. The C3
(middle C) key number, for example, is 60.
CSet the Split Point ...................................................................................................................................
SPLIT
POINT
The easiest way to set the split point is to press the key you want to set
as the split point while holding the [SPLIT POINT] button. The number of
the selected key will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
As with all other parameters, you can also use the [+] and [−] buttons or
the number buttons to select the desired split point. The default split point
(69) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [−] buttons at the
same time.
NOTES
18
• The split-point key becomes the lowest key in the right-hand section of
the keyboard.
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■ Transpose
The PSR-410 [TRANSPOSE] button makes it possible to shift the pitch of the PSR-410 up or down in semitone intervals up to a maximum of 12 semitones (one octave). Transposing the pitch of the PSR-410 keyboard
makes it easier to play in difficult key signatures, and you can easily match the pitch of the keyboard to the
range of a singer or other instrumentalist.
ZPress the [TRANSPOSE] Button ...........................................................................................................
Press the OVERALL CONTROL section [TRANSPOSE] button. The current transpose value will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
TRANSPOSE
XSet the Desired Degree of Transposition .............................................................................................
Use the [+] and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [TRANSPOSE]
button itself to set the desired degree of transposition.
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
The transposition range is from −12 to +12, with −12 corresponding to
downward transposition by 12 semitones (one octave), and +12 corresponding
to upward transposition by 12 semitones. 00 is the “normal” keyboard pitch
value. The normal transpose value (00) can be recalled instantly by pressing
both the [+] and [−] buttons at the same time.
NOTES
• The new transpose value will apply from the next note played — i.e. you
can’t transpose the sound of a note while it is playing.
■ Tuning
The PSR-410 [TUNING] button makes it possible to tune the pitch of the PSR-410 to match other instruments. Tuning can be accomplished over a ±50-cent range (that’s 100 cents total, or one semitone) in 33 steps.
ZPress the [TUNING] Button....................................................................................................................
TUNING
Press the OVERALL CONTROL section [TUNING] button. The current
tuning value will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
XSet the Tuning ........................................................................................................................................
Use the [+] and [−] buttons, the number buttons, or the [TUNING] button
itself to set the desired tuning value.
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
The tuning range is from −16 (−50 cents) to +16 (+50 cents). “00” (±0
cents) is the “normal” tuning value. The normal tuning value (00) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [−] buttons at the same time.
NOTES
• The tuning setting is retained in memory even when the power switch is
turned off, as long as batteries are installed or an AC adaptor is connected.
■ Touch Response
This function turns the touch response of the keyboard on or off.
Use the [TOUCH RESPONSE] button to turn touch response ON or OFF
as required. When OFF (i.e. when the indicator is off) the same volume is produced no matter how hard you play on the keyboard. Touch response can be
TOUCH
turned OFF to produce a more realistic effect with voices that normally do not
RESPONSE
have touch response: e.g. organ and harpsichord.
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Auto Accompaniment
The PSR-410 has 80 accompaniment styles that can be used to provide fully-orchestrated Auto
Accompaniment.
When the Auto Accompaniment function is turned ON, the PSR-410 creates fully-orchestrated
rhythm, bass, and chord accompaniment based on chords you play with the left hand in the Auto
Accompaniment section of the keyboard (i.e. all keys to the left of the Auto Accompaniment split
point). The right-hand section of the keyboard is available for normal playing.
The default Auto Accompaniment split point
is the G2 (55) key. The Auto Accompaniment
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
section of the keyboard consists of all keys to
Auto Accompaniment
Normal
▼
its left. The Auto Accompaniment split point
can be set to any other key as described in
“Setting the Auto Accompaniment Split Point”
on page 21.
Left-hand fingering specifies
The right-hand plays
the auto accompaniment chords.
NOTES
normally.
• The PSR-410 also has a special “Full” Auto Accompaniment fingering mode in which chords played anywhere
on the keyboard determine the Auto Accompaniment chords. See page 24 for details.
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
STYLE FINGE- ACCOMP
SELECT RING VOLUME
The illustrations here are
not available.
RHYTHM
1
2
START/STOP
INTRO
FILL IN 1
RHYTHMIC
CHORD
1
2
PAD
CHORD
PHRASE
1
2
1 CHORD 1
2 CHORD 2
3 SINGLE
4 MULTI
5 FULL
AUTO
ACCOMP
SYNC-START/STOP
BASS
FILL IN 2
REVOICE
ENDING
TRACK
MAIN
A
B
ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL
■ Selecting a Style
Any of the PSR-410’s 80 accompaniment styles can be selected via the normal editing procedure. This can
be done either before or during accompaniment playback. See page 49 for descriptions of all 80 styles.
ZPress the [STYLE SELECT] Button ......................................................................................................
STYLE
SELECT
When you press the [STYLE SELECT] button the currently selected
style number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
AUTO
ACCOMP
XSelect a Style Number ............................................................................................................................
RESET
–
20
+
0
1
2
Referring to the STYLE list printed on the PSR-410 panel, use the [+]
and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [STYLE SELECT] button itself
to select the required style number (see page 8 for editing procedure details).
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■ Setting the Auto Accompaniment Split Point
To set the Auto Accompaniment split point, first turn Auto Accompaniment ON — press the [AUTO ACCOMP] button so that its indicator lights
— then proceed with steps 2 and 3 as described in “Split Point Change” on
page 18. The default Auto Accompaniment split point (55) can be recalled
instantly by pressing both the [+] and [–] buttons at the same time.
SPLIT
POINT
STYLE
SELECT
AUTO
ACCOMP
Auto Accompaniment split point
Orchestration split point
▼
▼
Auto
Accompaniment
Left voice
Right voice
NOTES
• If the Auto Accompaniment split point is set at a lower key than
the orchestration split point, the L1 and/or L2 voice will sound
between the Auto Accompaniment and orchestration split
points.
Auto Accompaniment split point
Orchestration split point
▼
▼
• If the Auto Accompaniment split point is set at a higher key
than the orchestration split point, the L1 and/or L2 voice will
sound throughout the entire Auto Accompaniment section.
Left voice
Auto Accompaniment
Right voice
Orchestration split point
▼
Left voice
Right voice
Auto Accompaniment
• If the Auto Accompaniment “Full” fingering mode is selected,
the L1 and/or L2 voice will sound to the left of the orchestration
split point while the R1 and/or R2 voice will sound to the right of
the orchestration split point.
■ Auto Accompaniment Fingering
The PSR-410 has 5 Auto Accompaniment fingering modes, selected via the [FINGERING] button.
ZPress the [FINGERING] Button .............................................................................................................
FINGERING
When you press the [FINGERING] button the currently selected Auto
Accompaniment fingering number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
1 CHORD 1
2 CHORD 2
3 SINGLE
4 MULTI
5 FULL
XSelect a Fingering Mode ........................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [FINGERING]
button itself to select the required fingering mode (see page 8 for editing
procedure details).
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Auto Accompaniment
● Mode 1: Chord 1
The Chord 1 mode is ideal if you already know how to play chords on a
keyboard, since it allows you to supply your own chords for the Auto Accompaniment feature.
The PSR-410 will accept the following chord types:
Example for “C” chords
CM 9
C6 9
(
(
)
CMadd 9
CM7 #11
(
CM 7
)
CM 6
)
C
(
(
)
)
Caug
Cm 6
Cm 7
Cm add 9
Cm 9
Cm 11
Cm 7 b5
(
)
Cm
)
(
(
(
)
)
(
)
CmM 7
Cdim
Cdim 7
C7
C 7 sus4
C7 9
C 7 #11
C 7 13
C 7 b9
C 7 b13
C 7 #9
Csus 4
C 1+2+5
)
)
(
(
)
(
)
)
(
(
)
C 7 aug
CM 7 aug
(
(
)
(
)
(
(
)
)
CmM 9
Major [M] ................................................................... 1 - 3 - 5
Major sixth [M6] .................................................... 1 - 3 - 5 - 6
Major seventh [M7] ........................................... 1 - 3 - (5) - 7
Major seventh sharp eleventh [M7#11] .. 1 - (2) - 3 - #4 - (5) - 7
Major add ninth [Madd9] ...................................... 1 - 2 - 3 - 5
Major ninth [M9] ........................................... 1 - 2 - 3 - (5) - 7
Major sixth add ninth [6 9] ............................ 1 - 2 - 3 - (5) - 6
Augmented [aug] ..................................................... 1 - 3 - #5
Minor [m] ................................................................. 1 - b3 - 5
Minor sixth [m6] .................................................. 1 - b3 - 5 - 6
Minor seventh [m7] ........................................ 1 - b3 - (5) - b7
Minor seventh flatted fifth [m7b5] ................... 1 - b3 - b5 - b7
Minor add ninth [madd9] .................................... 1 - 2 - b3 - 5
Minor ninth [m9] ........................................ 1 - 2 - b3 - (5) - b7
Minor eleventh [m11] ........................ 1 - (2) - b3 - 4 - 5 - (b7)
Minor major seventh [mM7] ............................. 1 - b3 - (5) - 7
Minor major ninth [mM9] ............................ 1 - 2 - b3 - (5) - 7
Diminished [dim] .................................................... 1 - b3 - b5
Diminished seventh [dim7] ............................... 1 - b3 - b5 - 6
Seventh [7] ....................................................... 1 - 3 - (5) - b7
Seventh suspended fourth [7sus4] .................... 1 - 4 - 5 - b7
Seventh ninth [7 9] ..................................... 1 - 2 - 3 - (5) - b7
Seventh sharp eleventh [7#11] ......... 1 - (2) - 3 - #4 - (5) - b7
Seventh thirteenth [7 13] ............................ 1 - 3 - (5) - 6 - b7
or 2 - 3 - 5 - 6 - b7
Seventh flatted ninth [7b9] ........................ 1 - b2 - 3 - (5) - b7
Seventh flatted thirteenth [7b13] ................ 1 - 3 - 5 - b6 - b7
Seventh sharp ninth [7#9] ...................... (1) - #2 - 3 - (5) - b7
Major seventh augmented [M7aug] ................... 1 - 3 - #5 - 7
Seventh augmented [7aug] ............................ (1) - 3 - #5 - b7
Suspended fourth [sus4] ........................................... 1 - 4 - 5
One plus two plus five [1+2+5] .................................. 1 - 2 - 5
NOTES
• Notes in parentheses can be omitted.
• A perfect fifth produces accompaniment based only on the
root and fifth which can be used with many major and minor
chords.
• An octave produces accompaniment based only on the
root.
• If three adjacent keys are played simultaneously (white and
black keys), chord accompaniment will be cancelled and
only the rhythm accompaniment will sound. (Chord 1/Chord
2 mode)
* m6 chords are only recognized in root position. All other
inversions are interpreted as m7b5.
* 1+2+5 chords are only recognized in root position. All
other inversions are interpreted as sus4.
* With aug and dim7 chords the lowest note played is assumed to be the root.
* With 7#11 chords the lowest note played is assumed to be
the root or b7.
• The chord fingerings listed are all in “root position”, but
other inversions can be used — with the following exceptions:
* M6 chords are only recognized in root position. All other
inversions are interpreted as m7.
* 6 9 chords are only recognized in root position. All other
inversions are interpreted as m11.
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● Mode 2: Chord 2
C
● Mode 3: Single
C
Cm
C7
Cm7
This is essentially the same as the Chord 1 mode, above, except that the
lowest note played in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard will
be played by the bass part rather than the chord root.
C on E
C on G
SINGLE mode fingering makes it simple to produce beautifully orchestrated accompaniment using major, seventh, minor and minor-seventh
chords by pressing a minimum number of keys in the Auto Accompaniment
section of the keyboard. The accompaniment produced is perfectly matched
to the currently selected accompaniment style.
Major Chords:
If you press a “C” key in the left-hand section of the keyboard, for example, a C-major accompaniment will be played. Press another key in the
left-hand section of the keyboard to select a new chord. The key you press
will always determine the “root” of the chord played (i.e. “C” for a C
chord).
Minor Chords:
Simultaneously press the root key and a black key to its left.
Seventh Chords:
Simultaneously press the root key and a white key to its left.
Minor-seventh Chords:
Simultaneously press the root key and both a white and black key to its
left.
NOTES
• The Auto Accompaniment will continue playing even if you lift your
fingers from the Auto Accompaniment keys. You only need to press
the Auto Accompaniment keys when changing chords.
● Mode 4: Multi
This is a combination of the Single and Chord 1 modes. In this mode the
PSR-410 automatically discriminates between Single and Chord 1 mode
fingerings and generates the appropriate accompaniment.
NOTES
• If more than two keys are played and all but the highest key are black
keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a minor (m) chord.
• If more than three keys are played and, excluding the highest key, are
a mixture of black and white keys, and the chord is not recognized by
the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a
minor-seventh (m7) chord.
• If more than two keys are played and all but the highest key are white
keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a seventh (7) chord.
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Auto Accompaniment
● Mode 5: Full
In this mode chords played anywhere on the keyboard are detected and
used for Auto Accompaniment. Otherwise the keyboard functions normally,
and the entire range is available for playing. Chord recognition is the same
as in the Chord 1 mode. Please note that in this mode all notes you play on
the keyboard at any one time will be interpreted as the Auto Accompaniment chord. • A single note one octave lower than the lowest note of the chord is
NOTES
Stop Accompaniment
recognized as a bass note, and a single note eleven notes upper is
recognized as a melody note.
function
Chords played in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard are
also detected and played by the PSR-410 Auto Accompaniment system
when the accompaniment is stopped (except for Full fingering mode). In
this case the bass note and chord voices are selected automatically.
■ Tempo Control
The [TEMPO] button can be used to control the tempo of AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT, SONG MEMORY,
and MULTI PAD playback (see pages 36 and 37 respectively).
ZPress the [TEMPO] Button.....................................................................................................................
Press the OVERALL CONTROL section [TEMPO] button. The current
tempo (beats per minute) will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
TEMPO
METRONOME
XSet the Tempo .........................................................................................................................................
Use the [+] and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [TEMPO] button
itself to set the desired tempo.
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
● The [METRONOME] Button
TEMPO
The available tempo range is from 040 to 240 beats per minute. Each
accompaniment style has a different “default” tempo which is automatically
set whenever a new style is selected (but not when a new style is selected
while the accompaniment is playing). The default tempo for the currently
selected accompaniment style can be recalled instantly by pressing both the
[+] and [–] buttons at the same time.
The PSR-410 includes a metronome function that you’ll use primarily
with the recording functions described on page 32. If you press the [METRONOME] button so that its indicator lights when using Auto Accompaniment, the metronome will sound at the currently set tempo when the
synchro-start mode is engaged, and while the accompaniment is playing.
METRONOME
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■ Accompaniment Control
The PSR-410 provides a range of accompaniment “sections” — introduction, fill-ins, variations on the main
pattern, ending — that you can select to control the “flow” of the accompaniment to achieve the desired musical
results. Accompaniment start/stop and sections are controlled by the ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL buttons.
● Straight Start ...........................................................................................................................................
STYLE
SELECT
AUTO
ACCOMP
The [START/STOP] button starts the selected accompaniment style
immediately.
Press the [AUTO ACCOMP] button so that its indicator lights before
starting the accompaniment. The accompaniment will start with the rhythm
sound only when the [START/STOP] button is pressed, then the bass and
chord parts will begin playing as soon as the first note or chord is played on
the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard.
NOTES
START/STOP
4/4 time
BEAT
1st beat
2nd beat
3rd beat
4th beat
3/4 time
BEAT
1st beat
2nd beat
3rd beat
• A different accompaniment style can be selected at any time while the
accompaniment is playing. The style number on the MULTI DISPLAY
will change as soon as the selection is made, but the new style will
begin playback from the top of the next measure. The only exception
is if you change styles while an intro is playing (see page 26), in which
case the new style begin playing after the intro has finished. The
tempo will not change when the new style begins playing.
The Beat Indicator
The three BEAT indicator dots along the top of the MULTI DISPLAY
flash to indicate the tempo and beat as the accompaniment plays. All three
dots flash together on the first beat of each measure, then the dots flash individually in sequence on the remaining beats. In 4/4, 3/4, and 6/8 time, for
example, the beat indicator dots will flash as shown to the left.
NOTES
6/8 time
BEAT
1st beat
2nd beat
3rd beat
4th beat
5th beat
6th beat
• Each accompaniment style has a preset “normal” tempo which is automatically selected whenever the style is selected while the accompaniment is stopped. The current tempo is maintained if you select a
different style during accompaniment playback (excepting the playback by One Touch settings). You can change the tempo as required
by using the TEMPO function described on page 24.
● Synchro Start ..........................................................................................................................................
SYNC-START/STOP
Press the [SYNC-START/STOP] button if you want the accompaniment to start when you play the first note or chord on the keyboard. In this
case the accompaniment is started by playing in the left-hand section of the
keyboard.
NOTES
• If the AUTO ACCOMP mode is OFF, playing anywhere on the keyboard causes the rhythm-only accompaniment to start.
If you press the [SYNC-START/STOP] button, the BEAT indicator dots
will flash at the current tempo. The synchro start mode can be disengaged
by pressing the [SYNC-START/STOP] button again so that its indicator
goes out.
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Auto Accompaniment
● Starting the Accompaniment with an Introduction .............................................................................
Any of the PSR-410 accompaniment patterns can be started with an appropriate introduction by pressing the [INTRO] button and then the
[START/STOP] button.
INTRO
Once the [INTRO] button is pressed, the [INTRO] indicator will be lit
continuously and the MAIN [A] or [B] indicator will flash to indicate which
section will play when the introduction has finished. You can change the
“destination” section by pressing the MAIN [A] or [B] button while its indicator is flashing. When the introduction ends, the [INTRO] indicator will
go out and the [A] or [B] indicator will light continuously.
MAIN
INTRO
A
B
NOTES
• It is possible to start the accompaniment from any section — even the
ending — by pressing the corresponding button prior to pressing the
[START/STOP] button. The destination MAIN [A] or [B] section can be
selected as described above.
• The [INTRO] button can be used to select the introduction pattern
even while the accompaniment is playing.
• If you press the [SYNC-START/STOP] button and then the [INTRO]
button, the accompaniment will start from the introduction as soon as
a chord is detected in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard.
● The MAIN [A] and [B] Sections..............................................................................................................
Each accompaniment style has two main sections — [A] and [B]. If the
MAIN [A] or [B] button is pressed while the accompaniment is playing, the
corresponding section will begin from the top of the next measure. You can
also select [A] or [B] before starting the accompaniment.
MAIN
A
B
NOTES
• The MAIN [A] section is automatically selected whenever the power
switch is turned on.
● Adding Fill-ins .........................................................................................................................................
FILL IN 1
FILL IN 1
The PSR-410 provide two types of fill-ins (rhythmic variations) — one
which plays and then returns to the current MAIN section, and one which
leads to the other MAIN section. Press the [FILL IN 1] button at any time
while the accompaniment is playing to add a one-measure fill-in and or
return to the current MAIN section, or press the [FILL IN 2] button to add
a one-measure fill-in and go to the other MAIN section.
FILL IN 2
If the MAIN A section is playing, for example, the [A] indicator will flash while FILL IN 1 plays, and the [B] indicator
will flash while FILL IN 2 plays. You can change the section
that will begin playing after the fill-in by pressing the desired
section button while the indicator is still flashing.
MAIN
FILL IN 2
A
B
NOTES
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• If you hold the [FILL IN 1] or [FILL IN 2] button, the fill-in pattern will
repeat until the button is released, then the MAIN A or B section will
play from the beginning of the next measure.
• If the [FILL IN 1] or [FILL IN 2] button is pressed after the last beat of a
measure, the fill-in will begin from the first beat of the next measure. If
pressed at any other time the fill-in will begin immediately.
• It is also possible to start the accompaniment with a fill-in by pressing
the desired FILL IN button prior to pressing the [START/STOP] button.
The destination MAIN [A] or [B] section can be selected in the normal
way.
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● Stopping the Accompaniment ...............................................................................................................
SYNC-START/STOP
ENDING
START/STOP
An accompaniment in progress can be stopped immediately by pressing
the [START/STOP] button or the [SYNC-START/STOP] button. In the
latter case the synchro start mode will be engaged when the accompaniment
stops. The accompaniment can also be stopped with an appropriate ending
by pressing the [ENDING] button.
NOTES
• The ending will begin from the first beat of the next measure.
• If the [FILL IN 1] or [FILL IN 2] button is pressed while the ending
pattern is playing, a fill-in will be played, followed by a return to the
MAIN A or B pattern.
Accompaniment Structure Diagram
FILL IN 1A
MAIN A
INTRO
FILL IN 2A
FILL IN 2B
ENDING
MAIN B
FILL IN 1B
■ Accompaniment Volume
While the VOICE control section [VOL] button can be used to set the volume levels of the orchestration
parts, the [ACCOMP VOLUME] button can be used to adjust the volume of the selected accompaniment in
relation to the voices.
ZPress the [ACCOMP VOLUME] Button .................................................................................................
ACCOMP
VOLUME
Press the AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT control section [ACCOMP VOLUME] button. The current accompaniment volume value will appear on the
MULTI DISPLAY.
XSet the Volume .......................................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [ACCOMP
VOLUME] button itself to set the desired volume. The volume range is
from 00 (no sound) to 24 (maximum volume). The default volume value
(21) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [–] buttons at the
same time.
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Auto Accompaniment
■ The Track Buttons
RHYTHM
1
2
BASS
RHYTHMIC
CHORD
1
2
PAD
CHORD
PHRASE
1
2
TRACK
The PSR-410 Auto Accompaniment system includes eight
TRACK buttons which allow you to control the accompaniment arrangement in real time. You can turn tracks on or off while playing
for extra accompaniment variety.
The various tracks are turned on or off by pressing the corresponding TRACK button. When a part is turned off the corresponding
indicator will go out. To silence the bass part, for example, press the
TRACK [BASS] button so that its indicator goes out. Press the button
again to turn that part back on.
NOTES
• The indicators for all tracks that contain data in any section will
light whenever an accompaniment style is selected. (Depending on the selected accompaniment style, some tracks may not
contain any data.)
● What’s In the Tracks ...............................................................................................................................
Here’s how the tracks are normally used:
RHYTHM 1:
This is the main rhythm track, and usually plays a drum kit.
RHYTHM 2:
Additional rhythm. Turning the RHYTHM 2 track ON will usually increase
the “energy” of the rhythm. In many styles this track plays percussion instruments such as congas, bongos, etc. This means you can turn off the
RHYTHM 1 track and use only RHYTHM 2 for a “light” rhythm sound.
BASS:
RHYTHMIC CHORD 1 & 2:
PAD CHORD:
PHRASE 1 & 2:
The BASS track always plays a bass line, but the voice will change to fit
the selected style … acoustic bass, synth bass, tuba, etc.
Both these tracks provide the rhythmic chordal accompaniment required by
each style. You’ll find guitar, piano, and other chordal instruments here.
This track plays long chords where necessary, using sustained instruments
such as strings, organ, choir.
This is where the musical embellishments reside. The PHRASE tracks are
used for punchy brass stabs, arpeggiated chords, and other extras that make
the accompaniment more interesting.
Try different combinations of tracks with each style. Some styles will sound best with the full arrangement
(all tracks ON), while others might suit your needs better if a smaller arrangement is used. To “thin out” an
arrangement, the PHRASE 1 and PHRASE 2 tracks are the first ones you’ll want to turn OFF.
Another way to use the tracks is to gradually build up the arrangement during the course of a song. Start
with a small arrangement — e.g. RHYTHM 1, BASS, and RHYTHMIC CHORD 1 — then add tracks one by
one as you want to thicken the musical texture.
Some styles will actually sound quite different depending on the combination of tracks you choose. Try,
for example, just RHYTHM 1, BASS, and PAD CHORD.
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■ Re-voicing the Tracks
To make the TRACK buttons even more versatile, the PSR-410 features a REVOICE function that lets you
individually change the voices and several related VOICE section parameters assigned to each track. The parameters that can be changed using the REVOICE function are as follows:
• Voice Number
• Pan
(Percussion Kit Number) • Octave
• Volume
ZSelect a Track to Re-voice .....................................................................................................................
RHYTHM
1
2
BASS
REVOICE
RHYTHMIC
CHORD
1
2
TRACK
Press the TRACK button corresponding to the track you want to re-voice
while holding the [REVOICE] button. Both the selected TRACK and
[REVOICE] button indicators will flash. At the same time, the number of the
voice currently assigned to the selected track will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
NOTES
• At this point you can play the selected track’s voice on the keyboard.
• Keyboard percussion is automatically turned on if the RHYTHM 1 or 2
track is selected.
XMake the Required Voice Settings ........................................................................................................
VOICE
SELECT
VOL
OCTAVE
PAN
Use the [+] and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [VOICE SELECT] button itself to select a new voice for the selected track. You can also
use the [VOL], [OCTAVE], and [PAN] buttons to change the corresponding
parameters for the selected voice.
NOTES
KEYBOARD
PERCUSSION
• You can use the REVOICE function either while the accompaniment is
playing or stopped.
• You cannot edit the orchestration parts while the REVOICE indicator is
flashing.
• You can play the keyboard and hear the re-voiced voice except for OCTAVE changes.
CRepeat For All Tracks To Be Re-voiced ...............................................................................................
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to re-voice all the tracks you want to change.
VConfirm the Re-voiced Data ..................................................................................................................
Press the [REVOICE] button when you've finished re-voicing the desired
tracks to confirm the re-voiced data. The [REVOICE] button and selected
track indicators will light.
BTurn REVOICE OFF to Restore the Original Voices ............................................................................
RHYTHM
1
2
REVOICE
BASS
RHYTHMIC
CHORD
1
2
TRACK
Press the [REVOICE] button so that its indicator goes out to disengage the
REVOICE function when done. The re-voiced settings will be cancelled and
the original voices for the selected accompaniment style will be restored.
NOTES
• ALL REVOICE settings are reset to their default values if you
changes styles while the REVOICE function is OFF. If you want to
keep a re-voiced setup so that it can be easily recalled later, store it
in the PSR-410 REGISTRATION MEMORY, described on page 31.
• As long as you don’t change styles while the REVOICE function is OFF,
the re-voiced settings are maintained and can be recalled at any time
simply by turning the REVOICE function ON.
• If you change styles while the REVOICE function is engaged, the revoiced settings will be maintained.
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One Touch Setting
Each PSR-410 accompaniment style has a suitable preset voice and other settings that can be
instantly recalled by pressing the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] button in the VOICE control section.
This makes it simple to recall the optimum settings for each style in one quick operation.
To use the One Touch Setting function: select a style, press the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] button
so that its indicator lights, then play. As long as the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] indicator is lit the
ideal voice and other settings (see list below) will be automatically recalled whenever you select
a new style.
ONE TOUCH
SETTING
The illustrations here are not available.
The One Touch Setting function recalls the following settings:
ONE TOUCH
SETTING
• The preset voice settings for the currently selected style — including orchestration,
voice assignments, volume, octave, pan, and harmony settings.
• The ACCOMP VOLUME level (21).
• AUTO ACCOMP is turned ON.
• The default tempo for the currently selected style.
• The track ON/OFF status for the currently selected style.
• [REVOICE] is turned OFF.
• KEYBOARD PERCUSSION is turned OFF.
• The Auto Accompaniment split point (55) is selected.
• The orchestration split point is set to 69.
You can, of course, create your original setting by editing the One Touch
Setting data, and store it into the Registration Memory. (See page 31 for
more information on the Registration Memory.)
Pressing the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] button again turns OFF the
One Touch Setting function.
NOTES
• If you press [ONE TOUCH SETTING] while rhythm-only accompaniment is playing, AUTO ACCOMP will be turned ON.
• The synchro start mode will be engaged if the [ONE TOUCH SETTING] button is turned on while the accompaniment is stopped.
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Registration Memory
The PSR-410 REGISTRATION MEMORY can be used to store four complete sets of VOICE
and AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT settings that can be recalled anytime at the touch of a button.
The REGISTRATION MEMORY stores the following parameters:
VOICE
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
6. Harmony ON/OFF &
Harmony type.
7. Orchestration & Edit
ON/OFF.
8. Split point.
9. Touch response on/off.
10. Pitch bend range.
1. Voice numbers for all four orchestration parts.
2. Keyboard percussion ON/OFF &
percussion kit number.
3. Volume (all four orchestration parts
and percussion).
4. Pan (all four orchestration parts
and percussion).
5. Octave (all four orchestration parts
and percussion).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1
Style number.
Accompaniment volume.
Track button settings.
Tempo.
REVOICE ON/OFF and settings.
Split point.
Transpose.
Accomp. ON/OFF.
Fingering mode.
2
3
4
MEMORIZE
REGISTRATION MEMORY
The illustrations here are not available.
● Memorizing the Settings ........................................................................................................................
MEMORIZE
1
2
3
The panel settings listed above can be stored to any one
of the four REGISTRATION MEMORY buttons by pressing the button — [1], [2], [3], or [4] — while holding the
[MEMORIZE] button. The indicator of the selected button
will light continuously indicating that the data has been
stored.
4
NOTES
• Please note that anytime you store to a REGISTRATION
MEMORY button, all settings previously stored in that button
will be erased and replaced by the new settings.
• The indicator of the selected REGISTRATION MEMORY will flash
as soon as any change is made to the panel settings. In other
words, if the REGISTRATION MEMORY indicator is flashing, the
current panel settings are different from those stored in the
memory.
● Recalling the Settings ............................................................................................................................
1
2
3
4
The settings stored to a REGISTRATION MEMORY
button can be recalled at any time simply by pressing the
appropriate button. The indicator of the selected button will
light continuously when initially recalled, but will flash as
soon as any change is made to the panel settings. A flashing
REGISTRATION MEMORY indicator therefore indicates
that the current panel settings do not correspond to those
stored in the REGISTRATION MEMORY.
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Record Functions
The PSR-410 RECORDING section controls two recording functions:
● The SONG MEMORY:
Record complete songs including an accompaniment track and melody track. Each PAGE
MEMORY holds a different song.
● MULTI PADS:
Record short chord, melody, or rhythm sequences that can be played back anytime by simply
pressing a button. Each PAGE MEMORY holds different MULTI PAD data.
Operation of both functions is essentially the same, so once you're familiar with the basic procedure,
recording songs or multi-pad phrases should be easy. We'll start with the SONG MEMORY.
CAUTION
• Turning the PSR-410 power OFF during recording or recordready mode can result in a loss of recording data.
Song Memory
The PSR-410 SONG MEMORY allows you to record and play back complete songs including chord sequences
created using the Auto Accompaniment feature and a melody line you play on the keyboard. The SONG MEMORY
has one ACCOMP track and one MELODY track.
Each PAGE MEMORY holds a different song, so the PSR-410 can retain up to 4 complete songs in memory, and
these can be selected and played back simply by selecting the appropriate PAGE MEMORY.
NOTES
• Material recorded using the SONG MEMORY is retained in memory
even when the POWER switch is turned OFF if batteries are present
or an AC adaptor is connected (see “PAGE MEMORY” on page 41 for
more details).
SONG MEMORY
RECORDING
MEASURE #
SONG MEMORY
MULTI PADS
ACCOMP
MELODY
TRACK
RESET
REC
CLEAR
PLAY /STOP
SONG
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■ Accompaniment Track Recording
The SONG MEMORY ACCOMP track records the following operations and data:
• Chord changes.
• Intro, Main, Fill in, & Ending sections.
• Accompaniment volume.
• Auto accompaniment TRACK button operations.
• Tempo.
• Style number.
• Revoice.
ZSelect a PAGE MEMORY .......................................................................................................................
PAGE
MEMORY
If necessary, press the [PAGE #] button to select the PAGE MEMORY
number to which you want to record. When a new PAGE MEMORY number is
selected the ARE YOU SURE? indicator will flash and the “Are you sure?”
prompt will sound. Press the [YES] button to select the specified page number
or the [NO] button to cancel (see page 41 for more details).
PAGE #
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
NOTES
• After the “Are you sure?” prompt, the PortaTone will wait until you press
[YES] or [NO] .
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
NO
XSelect a Style ..........................................................................................................................................
STYLE FINGESELECT RING
Select an accompaniment style that is appropriate for the type of music you
want to record. Also select the fingering mode you want to use, if necessary.
1 CHORD 1
2 CHORD 2
3 SINGLE
4 MULTI
5 FULL
AUTO
ACCOMP
CEngage the Accompaniment Track Record Ready Mode ...................................................................
ACCOMP
MELODY
REC
TRACK
Press the SONG MEMORY section [ACCOMP] track button while holding
the RECORDING section [REC] button. This engages the record ready mode
for the accompaniment track. If [AUTO ACCOMP] is not already turned on,
it will be automatically engaged. The [REC], [ACCOMP], and [SYNCSTART/STOP] button indicators will flash, and the MULTI DISPLAY BEAT
indicator dots will flash at the currently selected tempo. If the OVERALL
CONTROL section [METRONOME] button indicator is lit, the metronome
will sound at the currently selected tempo. The current measure number – in
this case “001” – will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY.
NOTES
• Accompaniment track recording is carried out using the currently selected
Auto Accompaniment fingering mode (page 21).
• The record-ready mode of the ACCOMP track can be disengaged by
pressing the [ACCOMP] track button. Pressing the [SYNC-START/STOP]
button does not cancel the record-ready mode.
ACCOMP
MELODY
TRACK
REC
• It is also possible to record the MELODY track at the same time as you
record the ACCOMP track. Hold the [REC] button and press the MELODY
track button after engaging the ACCOMP track record ready mode. Refer
to “Melody Track Recording” on page 35.
• Turning the power OFF during record-ready mode of the Song
Memory erases the song data in the currently selected page.
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Record Functions
VRecord .....................................................................................................................................................
SYNC-START/STOP
START/STOP
Recording will begin as soon as you play a chord on the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard. If you’ve selected a MELODY track to
record with the ACCOMP track, a right-hand note will also start the recording process. The [REC] indicator lights continuously once recording has
started, and the current measure number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
Recording can also be started by pressing the ACCOMPANIMENT
CONTROL [START/STOP] button. In this case only the rhythm will begin
without bass and chord accompaniment until you play the first chord on the
Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard.
Play the required chords in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard. If you’ve also selected the MELODY track to be recorded, play the
melody on the right-hand section of the keyboard.
NOTES
• Whenever you record using the SONG MEMORY, any previously
recorded material in the same track will be erased and replaced
by the new material.
• You can also start recording from any specified measure number —
see page 37.
• If the SONG MEMORY becomes full while recording, “End” will
appear on the MULTI DISPLAY and recording will stop. Up to
approximately 1,600 notes can be recorded in the MELODY track in
each PAGE MEMORY. Up to approximately 1,600 chords can be
recorded in each PAGE MEMORY. These figures only apply,
however, if only chords or notes are recorded. The total is reduced
when notes and chords are recorded together.
ACCOMP
MELODY
• If the previously-recorded SONG MEMORY MELODY track is turned
ON (its indicator is lit), it can be monitored while recording. If you don't
want to hear the previous track while recording, simply press the
SONG MEMORY MELODY track button so its indicator goes out.
TRACK
• If you start recording by pressing the [PLAY/STOP] button, nothing will
be recorded until you begin playing on the keyboard.
• If you use a function button during recording the corresponding value
will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY when the button is pressed. The
measure number display will resume a few seconds after the button is
released.
BStop Recording .......................................................................................................................................
ACCOMP
MELODY
TRACK
ENDING
Stop recording by pressing the [ACCOMP] track button. Recording can
also be stopped by pressing the [ENDING] button, or the SONG [PLAY/
STOP] button. The [REC] indicator will go out and the voice number will
be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY a few seconds after recording is
stopped. Song memory will return to the measure at which recording was
started.
NOTES
RESET
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• “---” will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY while the PSR-410 is
processing recorded data.
PLAY / STOP
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■ Melody Track Recording
The SONG MEMORY MELODY track records the following operations and data:
• Key on/off
(i.e. notes played on the keyboard).
• Key velocity.
• Voice number (Percussion Kit Number).
• Volume.
• Pan.
• Harmony on/off & harmony type.
• Sustain (footswitch) on/off.
• Pitch bend.
• Octave.
* MULTI PAD data cannot be recorded to SONG MEMORY.
ZSelect a Voice and Set the Voice Parameters ......................................................................................
Select the voice you want to record with (the R1 and R2 voices can be
used), and set the voice effects and other parameters as required.
XEngage the MELODY Track Record Ready Mode ...............................................................................
ACCOMP
MELODY
REC
TRACK
Press the MELODY track button while holding the RECORDING section [REC] button. Both the [REC] button indicator and the MELODY
track indicator will flash, indicating that the SONG MEMORY is ready to
record. If the OVERALL CONTROL section [METRONOME] button
indicator is lit the metronome will also begin to sound at the currently selected tempo, while the MULTI DISPLAY BEAT indicator dots flash at the
current tempo. The current measure number – in this case “001” – will be
shown on the MULTI DISPLAY.
NOTES
• If the previously-recorded SONG MEMORY ACCOMP track is turned
ON (its indicators is lit), it can be monitored while recording. If you
don't want to hear the ACCOMP track while recording, simply press
the ACCOMP track button so its indicator goes out.
• If the MELODY track record ready mode is engaged, Auto Accompaniment is automatically turned off.
CRecord .....................................................................................................................................................
Recording will begin as soon as you play a note on the keyboard or
press the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button, and the BEAT indicator dots will
begin to indicate the current beat as in the Auto Accompaniment mode, and
the current measure number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
Play the melody using the entire keyboard if you are recording only the
MELODY track, or on the right-hand section of the keyboard if you are
recording the MELODY track at the same time as the ACCOMP track.
VStop Recording .......................................................................................................................................
ACCOMP
MELODY
TRACK
RESET
Stop recording by pressing the MELODY track button, or the SONG
MEMORY [PLAY/STOP] button. The [REC] indicator will go out and the
voice number will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY a few seconds after
recording is stopped. Song memory will return to the measure at which recording was started.
PLAY/STOP
NOTES
• “---” will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY while the PSR-410 is
processing recorded data.
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Record Functions
■ Accompaniment And Melody Playback
ZSelect a PAGE MEMORY .......................................................................................................................
PAGE
MEMORY
If necessary, press the [PAGE #] button to select the PAGE MEMORY
number containing the song you want to play back. When a new PAGE
MEMORY number is selected the ARE YOU SURE? indicator will flash
and the “Are you sure?” prompt will sound. Press the [YES] button to select the specified page number or the [NO] button to cancel (see page 41 for
more details).
PAGE #
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
NOTES
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
• After the “Are you sure?” prompt, the PortaTone will wait until you
press [YES] or [NO].
NO
XSelect the Tracks to Play Back .............................................................................................................
ACCOMP
MELODY
TRACK
The MELODY and ACCOMP tracks can be played back individually or
at the same time. Press the SONG MEMORY TRACK buttons corresponding to the tracks you want to play back — the indicators of the selected
tracks will light.
NOTES
• SONG MEMORY tracks that contain recorded data are automatically
turned ON when a PAGE MEMORY is selected.
CStart Playback .........................................................................................................................................
RESET
PLAY / STOP
Playback will begin as soon as the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button is
pressed. You can turn the ACCOMP and MEMORY tracks on and off during playback by pressing the appropriate TRACK buttons. During playback
the current measure number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
NOTES
• Use the [RESET] button to return to the first measure of the song at
any time (see page 37).
• You can also start playback from any specified measure by using the
[MEASURE #] button (see page 37).
VPlay Along If You Like ............................................................................................................................
Play along on the keyboard if you like. You can also change the tempo
during playback.
NOTES
• The maximum polyphony is 28. If more than 28 notes are played at
the same time, some notes may be truncated.
BStop Playback .........................................................................................................................................
RESET
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PLAY / STOP
Accompaniment and melody playback will stop automatically when all
recorded data has been played back. You can also stop playback at any time
by pressing the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button.
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■ The [RESET] Button
RESET
Press the SONG [RESET] button to go directly to the first measure of
the song and turn ON all tracks that contain data. Measure number “001”
will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY. The [RESET] button also functions
during playback or recording.
PLAY/STOP
■ Record Or Play from a Specified Measure
You can start SONG MEMORY recording or playback from any specified measure, as long as the specified
measure is within the range of measures that has already been recorded:
ZPress the [MEASURE #] Button If Necessary ......................................................................................
MEASURE #
If the measure number is not currently shown on the MULTI DISPLAY,
press the [MEASURE #] button. If the measure number is already showing,
go directly to step X.
XEnter the Desired Measure Number .....................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [MEASURE #]
button itself to enter the desired measure number.
CStart Playback or Recording .................................................................................................................
Start playback or recording. You can now start playback or recording
from the specified measure number.
NOTES
• This function allows you to “punch-in” and “punch-out” at any measure
to re-record a section of a previously-recorded track.
Example:
VOICE
VOICE
A
Before Punch In/Out
1
B
2
3
4
5
6
Start Recording ▲
(Punch In)
After Punch In/Out
7
8
▲ Stop Recording
(Punch Out)
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
A
C
B
1
2
3
Old Data
(Same as Before)
NOTES
9
4
5
New Data
6
7
8
9
Old Data
(Same as Before)
• Voice, volume, pan, pitch
bend, tempo, harmony on/off,
dual on/off, and revoice data
changes made during the
punch-in remain in effect
even after the punch-out
point, until further parameter
changes are encountered in
the old data.
• Recording is carried out in 1-measure units, so if you punch out in the
middle of measure rests will be recorded for the remainder of that
measure.
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Record Functions
The Multi Pads
The PSR-410 MULTI PADS can be used to record short rhythmic or melodic sequences, percussion fill-ins, or
single percussion sounds that can be played at any time simply by pressing the appropriate pad. Pads [1] and [2]
play back exactly as recorded, while pads [3] and [4] are “CHORD MATCH” types which are automatically transposed to match chords played using the PSR-410 Auto-accompaniment feature.
Each PAGE MEMORY holds a different set of MULTI PAD data, and these can be selected and played back simply by selecting the appropriate PAGE MEMORY.
The MULTI PADs record the following operations and data:
• Key on/off
(i.e. notes played on the keyboard).
• Key velocity.
• Voice number (Percussion Kit Number).
• Volume.
• Pan.
• Octave.
• Harmony on/off & harmony type.
• Sustain on/off.
• Pitch bend.
NOTES
• Before recording, each PAGE MEMORY contains a preset set of MULTI PAD data — 16
phrases in all — that will be erased when new
MULTI PAD data is recorded. The original preset data can be restored by using the “Page
Reset” function described on page 51.
The illustrations here are not available.
RECORDING
SONG MEMORY
MULTI PADS
REC
CLEAR
1
RESET
PLAY/STOP
SONG
2
3
4
STOP
MULTI PADS
CHORD MATCH
■ Recording
ZSelect a PAGE MEMORY .......................................................................................................................
PAGE
MEMORY
If necessary, press the [PAGE #] button to select the PAGE MEMORY
number to which you want to record. When a new PAGE MEMORY
number is selected the ARE YOU SURE? indicator will flash and the “Are
you sure?” prompt will sound. Press the [YES] button to select the specified page number or the [NO] button to cancel (see page 41 for more
details).
PAGE #
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
NOTES
• After the “Are you sure?” prompt, the PortaTone will wait until you
press [YES] or [NO] .
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
NO
XSelect a Voice to Record and an Appropriate Tempo .........................................................................
Select the voice you want to record on the MULTI PADS. Only the [R1]
and [R2] voices can be used. You might also want to set a tempo that will
be easy to record at.
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CEngage the MULTI PAD Record Ready Mode ......................................................................................
Press one of the MULTI PAD buttons — [1] through [4] — while holding
the [REC] button. The [REC] button indicator and the selected MULTI PAD
indictor will flash to indicate that the record ready mode is engaged, and the
metronome will begin to sound at the currently selected tempo if the OVERALL CONTROL section [METRONOME] button indicator is lit.
REC
1
2
3
4
NOTES
CHORD MATCH
• Only the R1 and R2 orchestration parts can be recorded to the MULTI
PADS.
• If the MULTI PAD record ready mode is engaged, Auto Accompaniment is automatically turned off.
• Turning the power OFF during record-ready mode of the Multi Pad
erases the Multi Pad data in the currently selected page and restores its default data.
VRecord .....................................................................................................................................................
Play a short sequence. The MULTI PADS can record up to approximately 450 quarter notes in each PAGE MEMORY. The [REC] button indicator will light during recording, and the BEAT indicator will indicate the
current beat as in the Auto Accompaniment mode.
NOTES
• Whenever you record to a MULTI PAD, all previous data in the same pad will be
completely erased and replaced by the new material.
• Recording can also be started by pressing the [PLAY/STOP] button.
• When recording the CHORD MATCH pads — [3] and [4] — base all melodic and
chordal phrases on a CM7 chord so that the sound will be properly transposed when
used with the Auto Accompaniment feature (see “Playback” below).
BStop Recording .......................................................................................................................................
1
2
3
4
STOP
CHORD MATCH
RESET
PLAY/STOP
Press the MULTI PAD button being recorded, the MULTI PAD
[STOP] button, or the [PLAY/STOP] button to stop recording. Recording will also stop automatically and “End” will appear on the MULTI
DISPLAY when the pad memory becomes full.
■ Playback
1
2
3
4
STOP
CHORD MATCH
Simply tap any of the MULTI PADS at any time to play back the data
they contain. MULTI PAD playback begins as soon as the button is
pressed. You can even play two, three, or four MULTI PADS at the same
time. Also, you can create “retriggered sample” effects by repeatedly
pressing a pad before its contents are completely played back.
The MULTI PAD voices are independent from the voices you have currently selected for keyboard performance. You could, for example, play piano on the keyboard while a MULTI PAD plays a brass chord stab.
MULTI PADS [3] and [4] are “CHORD MATCH” types, and the data they contain will be automatically
transposed to match chords played using the PSR-410 Auto Accompaniment feature.
MULTI PAD playback can be terminated by pressing the MULTI PADS [STOP] button.
NOTES
• MULTI PAD playback speed is determined by the current TEMPO setting.
• The contents of the MULTI PAD memory are retained in memory even when the power is turned off as long
as batteries are present or an AC adapter is connected to the PSR-410 (see “PAGE MEMORY” on page 41
for details).
• Percussion data recorded to either of the CHORD MATCH pads will play back in the same way as the normal pads.
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Record Functions
Clearing Tracks
The [CLEAR] button can be used to completely erase the following data:
• All data after the current measure in the specified SONG MEMORY track.
• All data from the specified MULTI PAD.
ZFor a SONG MEMORY Track, Set the Start Measure ..........................................................................
MEASURE #
Use the [MEASURE #] button to set the first measure to be cleared
(page 37). All subsequent measures up to the end of the song will be
cleared.
XSpecify the Track or Pad to Be Cleared ...............................................................................................
Press the appropriate track or pad button while holding the [CLEAR]
button. The ARE YOU SURE? indicator will light and the PSR-410 will ask
“Are you sure?”
CLEAR
CAUTION
• Turning the power OFF during clear-ready mode can result in a
loss of recorded data.
CConfirm or Cancel the Clear Operation ................................................................................................
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
40
NO
Press the [YES] button if you want to go ahead with the clear operation,
thus erasing the selected track or pad. Press [NO] to cancel the operation
and preserve the contents of the track or pad. “---” will appear on the
MULTI DISPLAY while the data is being cleared.
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Page Memory
REGISTR
ATION
MEMOR
Y
In addition to the REGISTRATION MEMORY described
on page 31, the PSR-410 has a PAGE MEMORY that
stores panel control and parameter settings plus the contents of the SONG MEMORY, and MULTI PADS. There
are four PAGE MEMORY locations, each holding a complete set of parameters and recorded data. The PAGE
MEMORY locations are selected as follows:
MULT
I PADS
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
SONG
MEMO
RY
Page
1
SONG
MEMO
RY
Page
2
SONG
MEMO
RY
Page
3
SONG
MEMO
RY
Page
4
PAGE
MEMORY
PAGE #
PAGE MEMORY Data
The illustrations here are
not available.
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
• Registration Memory contents.
• Song Memory contents.
• Multi Pad contents.
ZPress the [PAGE #] Button ....................................................................................................................
PAGE
MEMORY
Press the [PAGE #] button once and the current page number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
PAGE #
NOTES
• Page1 is automatically selected whenever the power switch is turned
on.
• The Page Memory settings are retained in memory even when the
power is turned OFF as long as batteries are installed or an AC adaptor is connected to the PSR-410.
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
XSelect a Page Number ............................................................................................................................
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
Use the [+] and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [PAGE #] button
itself to select the required page number (1 ... 4). When a new PAGE
MEMORY number is selected the ARE YOU SURE? indicator will flash
and the “Are you sure?” prompt will sound.
NOTES
• The PAGE MEMORY page number cannot be changed while Auto
Accompaniment or DEMO function is engaged.
CConfirm the Selection ............................................................................................................................
Press the [YES] button to select the specified page number or the [NO]
button to cancel.
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
NO
NOTES
• The panel settings remain the same unless you press the [YES] button.
• All Registration Memory and recorded data changes are automatically
stored in the currently selected PAGE MEMORY, so there’s no particular PAGE MEMORY recording procedure.
• Data can be copied from one PAGE MEMORY location to another by
using the MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY function described on page
44.
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MIDI
MIDI, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface, is a world-standard communication interface that
allows MIDI-compatible musical instruments and equipment to share musical information and
control one another. This makes it possible to create “systems” of MIDI instruments and equipment that offer far greater versatility and control than is available with isolated instruments.
MIDI
PAGE
MEMORY
RECEIVE TRANSMIT
CH/CL/
CH
COM
PAGE #
MODE
................
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
The illustrations here
are not available.
0 RX OFF
1 MULTI
2 REMOTE
3 CHORD
4 ROOT
● The PSR-410 MIDI Connectors ...............................................................................................................
The PSR-410 MIDI IN connector receives MIDI data from an external
MIDI device which can be used to control the PSR-410. The MIDI OUT
connector transmits MIDI data generated by the PSR-410 (e.g. note and
velocity data produced by playing the keyboard).
OUT
MIDI
IN
● Simple MIDI Control ................................................................................................................................
Most MIDI keyboards (including the PSR-410, of course) transmit note
Tone Generator
and velocity (touch response) information via the MIDI OUT connector
MIDI IN
whenever a note is played on the keyboard. If the MIDI OUT connector is
connected to the MIDI IN connector of a second keyboard (synthesizer,
MIDI OUT
etc.) or a tone generator (essentially a synthesizer with no keyboard), the
PSR-410
second keyboard or tone generator will respond precisely to notes played on
the original transmitting keyboard. The result is that you can effectively
play two instruments at once, providing thick multi-instrument sounds. The
PSR-410 also transmits “program change” data when one of its voices is
selected. Depending on how the receiving device is set up, the correspondMIDI Keyboard
ing voice will be automatically selected on the receiving keyboard or tone
generator whenever a voice is selected on the PSR-410.
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
PSR-410
The PSR-410 is capable of receiving the same MIDI data, so a second
MIDI keyboard connected to the PSR-410 MIDI IN connector can be used
to remotely play the PSR-410 and select voices as required.
● MIDI Sequence Recording ......................................................................................................................
Sequencer
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
PSR-410
Although the PSR-410 features a built-in “sequencer” (the SONG
MEMORY is a type of sequencer), the same type of musical information
transfer described above can be used for more sophisticated MIDI sequence
recording using an external sequencer or music computer. A MIDI sequence
recorder or music computer can be used to “record” MIDI data received
from a PSR-410, for example. When the recorded data is played back, the
PSR-410 automatically “plays” the recorded performance in precise detail.
NOTES
42
• Never use MIDI cables longer than about 15 meters, since cables
longer than this can pick up noise which can cause data errors.
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MIDI Bulk Dump
MIDI bulk dump operations allow large amounts of MIDI data to be transmitted from one device to another.
The entire contents of the currently selected PSR-410 PAGE MEMORY (MULTI PADS, SONG MEMORY,
REGISTRATION MEMORY) can be dumped to a second PSR-410 or to a bulk storage device such as a MIDI
data recorder or MIDI computer.
ZMake the Required MIDI Connections ..................................................................................................
Connect the PSR-410 MIDI OUT terminal to the MIDI IN terminal of
the device which is to receive the bulk data.
Data Recorder
MIDI IN
NOTES
MIDI OUT
PSR-410
• You may also have to set up the receiving device to receive the bulk
data. Refer to the receiving device’s operation manual for MIDI bulk
dump reception details.
XSelect a PAGE MEMORY .......................................................................................................................
Select the PAGE MEMORY number you want to transmit (page 41).
PAGE
MEMORY
PAGE #
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
CPress the [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] Button .............................................................................
PAGE
MEMORY
Press the [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] button. The “ARE YOU
SURE?” indicator will flash and the PSR-410 will ask “Are you sure?”. At
the same time “1dP”, “2dP”, “3dP”, or “4dP” will appear on the MULTI
DISPLAY, depending on the selected PAGE MEMORY number.
PAGE #
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
VPress [YES] to Transmit ........................................................................................................................
Press the [YES] button to execute the bulk dump operation, or the [NO]
button to cancel and return to the VOICE SELECT mode.
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
NO
The [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] button indicator will light
during bulk dump transmission, and will go out when the transmission has
finished. The progress of the bulk dump transmission ([-S-]m[-n-]m[-r-])
will also be indicated on the MULTI DISPLAY. When all the data has been
transmitted the PSR-410 will automatically return to the VOICE SELECT
mode.
NOTES
• All of the PSR-410 panel controls are disabled during bulk dump
transmission.
• Each letter, appears in oder on the MULTI DISPLAY, indicates that
the following data is sent: [-S-] for Song Memory data, [-n-] for Multi
Pad data, [-r-] for Registration Memory data.
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MIDI
● Bulk Dump Reception ............................................................................................................................
The PSR-410 will automatically receive bulk dump data from another PSR-410 or MIDI data storage device as long as the MIDI OUT terminal of the external device is properly connected to the MIDI IN connector
of the PSR-410, and PSR-410 MIDI reception is enabled.
When this occurs the [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] indicator will light and all panel controls will
be disabled during reception. The progress of the bulk dump reception ([-S-]m[-n-]m[-r-]) will be indicated
on the MULTI DISPLAY in the same as for bulk dump transmission. When all the data has been received, the
[MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] indicator will go out and all panel settings will correspond with the
received bulk dump data (the received data is saved to the currently selected PAGE MEMORY).
NOTES
• If an error occurs during bulk dump reception, “Err” will appear on the MULTI
DISPLAY and all data in the block in which the error occurred will be initialized
(i.e. the corresponding settings will be reset to their power-on values).
• When a bulk dump is received, the contents of the currently selected PAGE
MEMORY are erased and replaced by the received data.
• A bulk dump from an external device cannot be received during recording or Auto
Accompaniment playback.
• “-S-”, “-n-”, or “-r-” will remain on the MULTI DISPLAY for a short while after bulk
dump reception has finished while the received data is being processed.
■ Page Copy
The [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] button can also be used to copy the entire contents of one PAGE
MEMORY number to any other, rather than transmitting the data via the MIDI OUT terminal.
ZSelect the PAGE MEMORY Number You Want to Copy .....................................................................
Select the PAGE MEMORY number you want to copy to a different
number (page 41).
XPress the [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] Button .............................................................................
PAGE
MEMORY
Press the [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] button. The “ARE YOU
SURE?” indicator will flash and the PSR-410 will ask “Are you sure?”. At
the same time “1dP”, “2dP”, “3dP”, or “4dP” will appear on the MULTI
DISPLAY, depending on the selected PAGE MEMORY number.
PAGE #
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
CSelect the Destination PAGE MEMORY Number .................................................................................
Source
number
Destination
number
Use the [+] and [–] buttons to select the PAGE MEMORY number to
which you want to copy the data. The source PAGE MEMORY number
appears on the left digit of the MULTI DISPLAY while the destination
PAGE MEMORY number appears on the right digit.
The Page Reset Function
When “cL” appears to the right of the page number on the MULTI DISPLAY the page reset function is selected. If you press [YES] to execute the
operation as described in the next step, all settings in the selected page will
be reset to their initial values.
VPress [YES] to Copy ...............................................................................................................................
Press the [YES] button to execute the page copy operation, or the [NO]
ARE YOU SURE ?
button to cancel and return to the VOICE SELECT mode.
YES
NO
When the data has been copied (this only takes about a second) the PSR410 will automatically return to the VOICE SELECT mode.
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MIDI Reception Modes
The [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] button is used to specify the reception mode for each of the 16 MIDI channels,
the internal or external clock mode, and MIDI start/stop command reception mode.
■ Channel Reception Modes
The PSR-410 allows any of five reception modes to be individually assigned to MIDI channels 1 through 16.
The five modes are:
Mode “0” RX OFF: Reception disabled.
Mode “1” MULTI: Received MIDI note data directly controls the PSR-410 tone generator. Different voices can be played on different channels.
Mode “2” REMOTE: Received MIDI note data is handled in the same way as data from the
PSR-410’s own keyboard.
Mode “3” CHORD: Received MIDI note data is interpreted as Auto Accompaniment chord
commands.
Mode “4” ROOT: Received MIDI note data is interpreted as Auto Accompaniment bass note
commands.
NOTES
• The send channel must correspond to the channel set for the modes
2-4.
• If the PSR-410 receives more than one note at the same time while
mode “4” (ROOT) is selected, the last note will be interpreted as the
Auto Accompaniment bass note.
ZPress the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] Button & Select a Channel ...........................................................
RECEIVE
CH/CL/
COM
Channel number
MODE
................
0 RX OFF
1 MULTI
2 REMOTE
3 CHORD
4 ROOT
Press the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] button, then use the [+] and [–]
buttons, the number buttons, or the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] button
itself to select the MIDI channel (1 … 16) for which you want to specify a
new reception mode. The channel number appears on the right of the
MULTI DISPLAY.
NOTES
• “cL” and “cd” will appear on the right of the display if you increment
above channel number 16 or below channel number 1. These selections are used for the Clock Mode and Start/Stop Mode functions
described below.
XSelect the Desired Mode ........................................................................................................................
9
+–
1_ _
Use the [+/–] button in the number-button row to select the desired reception mode for the selected channel. The modes are selected in sequence
each time the [+/–] button is pressed, and the mode number appears on the
left digit of the MULTI DISPLAY.
Mode number
NOTES
• The currently selected reception mode is retained in memory even
when the power switch is turned off, as long as batteries are installed
or an AC adaptor is connected.
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MIDI
■ Clock Mode
Reception of an external MIDI clock signal can be enabled or disabled as required. When disabled, all of the
PSR-410’s time-based functions (Auto Accompaniment, SONG MEMORY, etc.) are controlled by its own internal clock, the speed of which is set by the PSR-410 [TEMPO] button. When MIDI clock reception is enabled,
however, all timing is controlled by an external MIDI clock signal received via the PSR-410 MIDI IN terminal
(the PSR-410 [TEMPO] setting has no effect).
NOTES
• If clock reception is enabled but no MIDI clock signal is received for
more than 400 milliseconds, external clock reception is automatically
disable and normal internal clock operation resumes.
• If you attempt to change the tempo setting when MIDI clock reception
is enabled, “EC” will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
ZPress the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] Button & Select “cL” ....................................................................
Press the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] button, then use the [+] and [–]
buttons, the number buttons, or the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] button
itself to select “cL” on the MULTI DISPLAY (“cL” is the next step above
MIDI channel 16).
RECEIVE
CH/CL/
COM
MODE
................
0 RX OFF
1 MULTI
2 REMOTE
3 CHORD
4 ROOT
XSelect the Desired Mode ........................................................................................................................
+–
1_ _
9
Clock mode
Use the [+/–] button in the number-button row to select the desired clock
mode. The disable and enable modes are selected alternately each time the
[+/–] button is pressed, and the selected mode appears on the left digit of
the MULTI DISPLAY (“d” for disable; “E” for enable).
■ Start/Stop Mode
This function determines the effect of external MIDI start and stop signals. There are three start/stop modes,
as follows:
Mode “0” Start/stop reception disabled.
Mode “1” MIDI start and stop commands start and stop the PSR-410 Auto Accompaniment feature.
Mode “2” MIDI start and stop commands start and stop the PSR-410 SONG MEMORY feature.
ZPress the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] Button & Select “cd” ....................................................................
RECEIVE
CH/CL/
COM
MODE
................
Press the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] button, then use the [+] and [–]
buttons, the number buttons, or the [RECEIVE CH/CL/COM] button itself to select “cd” on the MULTI DISPLAY (“cd” is the next step above
“cL” — or the next step below MIDI channel 1).
0 RX OFF
1 MULTI
2 REMOTE
3 CHORD
4 ROOT
XSelect the Desired Mode ........................................................................................................................
9
Mode number
46
+–
1_ _
Use the [+/–] button in the number-button row to select the desired start
mode. The start/stop modes are selected in sequence each time the [+/–]
button is pressed, and the selected mode number appears on the left digit of
the MULTI DISPLAY.
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MIDI Transmission
The PSR-410 allows any of the 16 MIDI transmit channels to be assigned to the R ORCHESTRATION voices.
■ MIDI Transmit Channels
The R ORCHESTRATION voices can be set to transmit on any of the 16 MIDI channels as follows:
ZPress the [TRANSMIT CH] button .........................................................................................................
TRANSMIT
CH
Press the [TRANSMIT CH] button to set the R voice transmit channel.
The currently selected channel will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
NOTES
• After selecting the transmit channel function, as described above, the
default transmit channel can be recalled by simultaneously pressing
the [+] and [–] buttons. The default "R" transmit channel is "1". The "L"
voices are transmitted on channel 2.
XSelect the Desired Transmit Channel ...................................................................................................
Use the [+] and [–] buttons, the number buttons, or the [TRANSMIT
CH] button itself to select the desired transmit channel.
RESET
–
+
0
1
2
NOTES
• The currently selected transmit channel is retained in memory even
when the power switch is turned off, as long as batteries are installed
or an AC adaptor is connected.
• To record the Song Memory data to an external sequencer, start the
sequencer running in the record mode, press the [RESET] button, and
then press the [PLAY/STOP] button.
• To record the Auto Accompaniment data to an external sequencer,
start the sequencer running in the record mode, select the style you
want to record, then start Auto Accompaniment playback.
• Notes played on the keyboard are transmitted on channel 1
(selectable) or 2, Auto Accompaniment data is transmitted on channels 10 - 16, and Song Memory melody data is transmitted on channel
3. Normally the Auto Accompaniment Rhythm 1 and Rhythm 2 data
are both transmitted on channel 10. To transmit these tracks separately, hold the C1 key while turning the power on. When this is done
the Rhythm 1 data will be transmitted on channel 9 while the Rhythm
2 data will be transmitted on channel 10.
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Appendix
■ Voice & Polyphony List
The PSR-410 can play up to 28 individual notes at the same time (i.e. it has a maximum “polyphony” of 28).
This number includes all voices used: dual, split, auto accompaniment, song memory, and multi pads. If the
maximum polyphony of the PSR-410 is exceeded, the excess notes will be truncated (they will not sound).
Another feature affecting polyphony is the fact that some PSR-410 voices actually use two voices at once, as
shown in the voice list below. The effective maximum polyphony of the PSR-410 is correspondingly reduced
when these voices are used.
NOTES
MIDI
Voice Program
Number Number
• The voice list includes the MIDI program numbers that control each voice when the PSR-410 is played from an
external MIDI device.
Voice Name
Piano
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Acoustic Grand Piano
Bright Acoustic Piano
Electric Grand Piano
Honky-tonk Piano
Electric Piano 1
Electric Piano 2
Harpsichord
Clavi
Chromatic Percussion
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Music Box
Vibraphone
Marimba
Xylophone
Tubular Bells
Dulcimer
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Drawbar Organ
Percussive Organ
Rock Organ
Church Organ
Reed Organ
Accordion
Harmonica
Tango Accordion
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Acoustic Guitar (nylon)
Acoustic Guitar (steel)
Electric Guitar (jazz)
Electric Guitar (clean)
Electric Guitar (muted)
Overdriven Guitar
Distortion Guitar
Guitar Harmonics
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Acoustic Bass
Electric Bass (finger)
Electric Bass (pick)
Fretless Bass
Slap Bass 1
Slap Bass 2
Synth Bass 1
Synth Bass 2
41
42
43
44
40
41
42
43
Violin
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
Organ
Guitar
Bass
Strings
48
Number
MIDI
of Voices Voice Program
Number
Used
Number
45
44
1
46
45
47
46
1
2
48
47
2
2
49
48
2
50
49
1
51
50
1
52
51
53
52
54
53
1
55
54
1
2
56
55
1
1
57
56
1
58
57
1
59
58
2
60
59
61
60
62
61
2
63
62
2
64
63
2
2
65
64
1
2
66
65
67
66
1
68
67
2
69
68
1
70
69
1
71
70
72
71
1
2
1
73
72
1
74
73
1
75
74
1
76
75
77
76
1
78
77
1
79
78
1
80
79
1
1
81
80
1
82
81
1
83
82
1
84
83
85
84
1
86
85
1
87
86
1
88
87
1
Voice Name
Tremolo Strings
Pizzicato Strings
Orchestral Harp
Timpani
Ensemble
Strings Ensemble 1
Strings Ensemble 2
Synth Strings 1
Synth Strings 2
Choir Aahs
Voice Oohs
Synth Voice
Orchestra Hit
Brass
Trumpet
Trombone
Tuba
Muted Trumpet
French Horn
Brass Section
Synth Brass 1
Synth Brass 2
Reed
Soprano Sax
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Oboe
English Horn
Bassoon
Clarinet
Pipe
Piccolo
Flute
Recorder
Pan Flute
Blown Bottle
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
Synth Lead
Lead 1 (square)
Lead 2 (sawtooth)
Lead 3 (calliope)
Lead 4 (chiff)
Lead 5 (charang)
Lead 6 (voice)
Lead 7 (fifth)
Lead 8 (bass+Lead )
Number
MIDI
Number
of Voices Voice Program
Voice Name
of Voices
Number
Used
Number
Used
2
Synth Pad
2
89
88
Pad 1 (new age)
2
1
90
89
Pad 2 (warm)
2
1
91
90
Pad 3 (polysynth)
2
92
91
Pad 4 (choir)
2
1
93
92
Pad 5 (bowed)
2
1
94
93
Pad 6 (metallic)
2
2
95
94
Pad 7 (halo)
2
2
96
95
Pad 8 (sweep)
2
2
Synth Effects
1
97
96
FX 1 (rain)
2
1
98
97
FX 2 (soundtrack)
2
1
99
98
FX 3 (crystal)
2
100
99
FX 4 (atmosphere)
2
1
101
100
FX 5 (brightness)
2
1
102
101
FX 6 (goblins)
2
1
103
102
FX 7 (echoes)
2
1
104
103
FX 8 (sci-fi)
2
1
Ethnic
1
105
104
Sitar
1
2
106
105
Banjo
1
2
107
106
Shamisen
1
108
107
Koto
1
1
109
108
Kalimba
1
1
110
109
Bagpipe
2
1
111
110
Fiddle
1
1
112
111
Shanai
1
1
Percussive
1
113
112
Tinkle Bell
2
1
114
113
Agogo
1
1
115
114
Steel Drums
2
116
115
Woodblock
1
1
117
116
Taiko Drum
1
118
117
Melodic Tom
1
1
1
119
118
Synth Drum
1
1
120
119
Reverse Cymbal
1
2
Sound Effects
1
121
120
Guitar Fret Noise
1
1
122
121
Breath Noise
1
123
122
Seashore
2
1
124
123
Bird Tweet
2
2
125
124
Telephone Ring
1
2
126
125
Helicopter
2
2
127
126
Applause
2
128
127
Gunshot
1
2
2
* The following voices use only one voice
2
in the indicated ranges: 46 (Pizzicato
2
2
Strings): all notes below C#2 and above
F5. 110 (Bagpipe): all notes above A#2.
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■ Style List
# Name
Pop
Panel Name
Rhythm
Comments
Contemporary 16-beat pop.
01
16-Beat Pop
16BEAT POP
16-Beat
02
8-Beat Pop
8BEAT POP
8-Beat
03
04
8-Beat Light
FolkRock
8BEAT LIGHT
FOLKROCK
05
Pop Shuffle
POP SHUFFLE
12-Beat
’70s European pop shuffle.
06
Pop Rock
POP ROCK
12-Beat
Upbeat, fast pop-rock. Try using your own chords in the intro and ending.
16-Beat
Warm, romantic American soul ballad style.
8-Beat
16-Beat
Bright piano/guitar-based ’70s pop.
Eight-beat easy-listening style with arpeggiated piano part.
Guitar-based folk-rock.
Pop Ballad
07
16-Beat Ballad 16BT BALLAD
08
09
Pop Ballad
Piano Ballad
POP BALLAD
PNO BALLAD
10
6/8 Ballad
6/8 BALLAD
Six-Eight
Slow rock ballad with triplet feel and classical overtones.
8-Beat
8-Beat
Romantic pop ballad.
Piano-based ballad with slow arpeggios. Huge drum fills in Intro and Fill In 2.
Dance
11
Rave
RAVE
16-Beat
Hard-driving synth bass and “space bleep” synth percussion.
12
Eurobeat
EUROBEAT
16-Beat
Fast, 16-beat Eurobeat sound, for disco and house music.
13
14
Dance Pop
Casa
DANCE POP
CASA
16-Beat
16-Beat
’80s English disco sound.
Italian house music.
15
Rap
RAP
16-Beat
Modern rap/hip-hop rhythm with turntable scratching and other effects. RHYTHM 1 & 2
can stand on their own as basic rhythm tracks.
16
Dance Shuffle
DANCE SHFL
24-Beat
Rap/dance feel, especially for one-chord songs. Try playing with CHORD 1 & 2 off.
17
Groundbeat
GROUNDBEAT
24-Beat
Contemporary soul ballad with funky bass. PHRASE 1 adds high string lines and PHRASE
2 adds bass.
18
Synth Boogie
SY BOOGIE
Six-Eight
Fast, machine-like 6/8 computer groove with synth bass.
Disco
19
Disco Party
DISCO PARTY
16-Beat
Big band disco party style, hugely popular in Europe.
20
21
Disco Soul
Disco Pop
DISCO SOUL
DISCO POP
16-Beat
16-Beat
Philadelphia disco style from the ’70s.
The world-famous (and recently revived) ’70s Swedish disco sound.
22
Polka Pop
POLKA POP
8-Beat
Updated Polkastyle. Latin percussion in Rhythm 2.
Rhythm & Blues
23
R&B
R&B
24
R&B Ballad
R&B BALLAD
16-Beat
8-Beat
Upbeat West Coast soul ballad.
Eight-beat rhythm and blues from the ’60s .
25
26
6/8 Blues
Blues Shuffle
6/8 BLUES
BLUES
Six-Eight
12-Beat
New Orleans R&B from the ’50s.
Chicago -type blues shuffle.
27
Soul
SOUL
8-Beat
28
Funk
FUNK
16-Beat
Oakland’s East Bay funk style, with fat horn section and big finale for ending.
29
Funk Shuffle
FUNK SHFL
24-Beat
Funky guitar and funky brass stabs in a funky organ-driven shuffle. Funky!
30
31
Hard Rock
Rock Boogie
HARD ROCK
RK BOOGIE
8-Beat
12-Beat
Fast, hard-driving rock. P2 brings in cymbal crashes with every chord change.
Hard-driving boogie with distorted guitar.
32
Rock Pop
ROCK POP
33
Rock Shuffle
RK SHUFFLE
12-Beat
34
6/8 Rock
6/8 ROCK
Six-Eight
35
Rock Ballad
RK BALLAD
Simple-but-effective Memphis R&B groove.
Rock
8-Beat
8-Beat
Mid-tempo guitar-based rock
Smooth pop-rock style. Try bringing in the instrument parts one by one.
Slow rock pattern with triplet feel and “House of the Rising Sun”-style arpeggios.
Slow rock ballad. Use RHYTHM 2 to add crash cymbal at chord changes. Take out
PHRASE 1 & 2 (guitars) for smoother sound.
Rock & Roll
36
Rock & Roll
37
Boogie Woogie BOOGIE
ROCK&ROLL
12-Beat
Old-time ’60s Rock&Roll.
12-Beat
Late ’50s piano-based rock ‘n’ roll, with boogie woogie bass. Brass in PHRASE 1 & 2,
piano bass in PAD.
Straight-eight boogie, with a ”Twist.”
38
Twist
TWIST
39
Rockabilly
ROCKABILLY
12-Beat
Simple, updated version of the Memphis ”Sun” sound.
Old-time New Orleans jazz. Trumpet at PHRASE 1, Trombone at PHRASE 2, and
Clarinets at PAD.
Big Band orchestra style and instrumentation. Piano at CHORD 1, guitar at CHORD 2,
trumpets at PHRASE 1, trombones at PHRASE 2, and saxes at PAD.
8-Beat
Traditional Jazz
40
Dixieland
DIXIELAND
12-Beat
41
Big Band
BIG BAND
12-Beat
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Appendix
■ Style List
#
Name
Panel Name
Rhythm
Comments
42
43
Swing
Foxtrot
SWING
FOXTROT
12-Beat
12-Beat
European big-band swing style. Good for all mid-tempo swing tunes.
Strict tempo Foxtrot for ballroom dancing.
44
Swing Waltz
SWING WALTZ
Nine-Eight
Mid-tempo 9/8 waltz.
Contemporary Jazz
45
BeBop
BEBOP
12-Beat
’40s New York fast BeBop style. Good also for instantly adding a double-time feel to any style!
46
Jazz Ballad
JAZZ BALLAD
12-Beat
Slow jazz style with piano, guitar, bass and brush drums. Turn off PHRASE 1 & 2 when
playing piano melody. Use in medley with Big Band Ballad to change orchestration.
Swing style in 3/4 time for playing jazz waltz standards.
47
Jazz Waltz
JAZZ WALTZ
Nine-Eight
48
Fusion
FUSION
16-Beat
Latin flavored 16-beat fusion.
49
Fusion Shuffle
FUSION SHFL
24-Beat
West Coast type funk shuffle.
50
51
Mambo
Merengue
MAMBO
MERENGUE
52
Beguine
BEGUINE
8-Beat
Slow rhumba rhythm, a la “Begin the Beguine.”
53
Tango Argentina TANGO ARGN
8-Beat
Traditional ballroom style Tango.
54
Cha Cha
CHA CHA
8-Beat
55
Samba
SAMBA
16-Beat
Strict tempo ChaCha style for ballroom dancing. Try starting only with RHYTHM 2, BASS
and CHORD , then bring in other instruments one by one.
Standard ballroom Samba. Guitar is at CHORD 1 & 2, with 2 playing the lower strings.
Turning RHYTHM 2 on/off provides additional variation.
56
Bomba
BOMBA
16-Beat
Puerto Rican dance rhythm, cousin to the Merengue.
Latin
8-Beat
8-Beat
Contemporary Latin dance music. If playing the melody with a piano sound, turn off CHORD 2.
High-energy Latin style with lots of percussion and punchy brass.
Latin Pop
57
58
Pop Bossa
Jazz Samba
POP BOSSA
JAZZ SAMBA
8-Beat
16-Beat
Soft, electric-piano based Latin pop sound.
Traditional Brazilian samba with an added drum set.
59
Latin Rock
LATIN ROCK
16-Beat
Contemporary Cha Cha with electric bass and drum kit.
Caribbean
60
Reggae 16
REGGAE 16
16-Beat
Modern Jamaican Reggae rhythm with fat synth bass.
61
Reggae 12
REGGAE 12
12-Beat
Reggae shuffle.
BLUEGRASS
16-Beat
Try this one with just CHORD 1 and RHYTHM 1 at first, then build up the arrangement by
adding different instruments.
Country & Western
62
Bluegrass
63
Country Pop
C POP
8-Beat
Contemporary country style.
64
Country Rock
C ROCK
8-Beat
Soft country style with pedal steel sound. Guitar voicings are most authentic for simple
chords, like major, minor, 7th, etc.
65
Country Ballad C BALLAD
66
Country Waltz
C WALTZ
Nine-Eight
Simple, versatile country style with acoustic guitar. Guitar voicings are most authentic for
simple chords, like major, minor, 7th, etc.
67
Country Shuffle
C SHUFFLE
12-Beat
Traditional country style using acoustic guitar. Guitar voicings are most authentic for
simple chords, like major, minor, 7th, etc.
68
Western Shuffle
W SHUFFLE
12-Beat
Down-home Country and Western shuffle, with a modern touch.
8-Beat
Especially suited to slow tempos. Also, try playing with CHORD 1 only.
World Music
69
Polka
POLKA
70
Traditional Waltz TRAD WALTZ
Three-Four
European waltz with guitar, accordion, clarinet, bass, drums and a string pad. Use
CHORD 1 & 2 and PHRASE 1 for guitar/accordion arrangement.
71
Slow Waltz
Three-Four
This slow waltz (or English waltz) style has been arranged in the style of a small band.
72
Viennese Waltz VIEN WALTZ
Three-Four
Relaxed, ballroom waltz. Guitar is at CHORD 1, accordion at CHORD 2, pizzicato strings
at PHRASE 1, clarinets at PHRASE 2 and mid-register strings at PAD.
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Sevillianas
SEVILLIANAS
Three-Four
Fast waltz time — almost flamenco style.
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Bolero Lento
BOLEROLENTO
SLOW WALTZ
8-Beat
8-Beat
16-Beat
Traditional Polka style with acoustic instruments. Try altering the arrangement by bringing
the accordion and the horn parts in and out.
Guitar-based style, quite romantic. Bolero Lento is related to Rumba and can be used as
a slower variation.
Spanish guitar style, with relatively full orchestration.
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Rumba Espagnole ESPAGNOLE
76
Dangdut
DANGDUT
8-Beat
Contemporary Indonesian pop sound.
77
Enka
ENKA
8-Beat
Modern arrangement of old Japanese pop style.
MARCH
8-Beat
Traditional march style. Trombones at CHORD 1, trumpets at CHORD 2, french horn at
PHRASE 1, piccolo at PHRASE 2, xylophone at PAD.
March
78
50
Military March
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6/8 March
6/8 MARCH
Six-Eight
Marching brass band. Change chords during the drum intro to add brass accents.
80
Tarantella
TARANTELLA
Six-Eight
Named after the Tarantula spider, whose bite might cause one to dance in this style, this
rhythm is used in the popular song “Funiculi Funicula.”
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■ Reset Procedures & Page Memory Default Settings
All PSR-410 page memory settings are retained in memory even when the power switch is turned OFF as
long as the PSR-410 is powered by batteries or an AC adapter. You can, however, restore the factory default settings for all four page memories or a single specified page memory by following the procedures outlined below.
● System Reset
Z Press the POWER switch to turn the PSR-410 power OFF.
RESET
–
ON/
X Turn the power back ON while holding both the [+] and [–] buttons.
+
“clr” will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY while the data is being reset.
OFF
POWER
IMPORTANT
• Executing the System Reset function will erase any existing settings all page memory locations!
● Page Reset
ZSelect the PAGE MEMORY Number You Want to Reset .....................................................................
Select the PAGE MEMORY number you want to reset (page 41).
XPress the [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] Button .............................................................................
PAGE
MEMORY
Press the [MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY] button. The “ARE YOU
SURE?” indicator will flash and the PSR-410 will ask “Are you sure?”. At
the same time “1dP”, “2dP”, “3dP”, or “4dP” will appear on the MULTI
DISPLAY, depending on the selected PAGE MEMORY number.
PAGE #
MIDI BULK
DUMP/
PAGE COPY
CSelect a “cL” Display .............................................................................................................................
Use the [+] and [–] buttons or the data dial to select “1cL”, “2cL”,
“3cL”, or “4cL” (the number corresponds to the selected page number).
RESET
–
+
0
VPress [YES] to Reset ..............................................................................................................................
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
NO
Press the [YES] button to execute the page reset function, or the [NO]
button to cancel and return to the PAGE MEMORY number selection mode
(step 1, above). All settings in the selected page will be reset to their initial
values.
When the data has been reset the PSR-410 will automatically return to
the VOICE SELECT mode.
IMPORTANT
• Executing the Page Reset function will erase any existing settings all selected page memory location!
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Appendix
● Page Memory Default Settings
ORCHESTRATION
On/Off
REGIST1
REGIST2
PAGE1
REGIST3
REGIST4
REGIST1
REGIST2
PAGE2
REGIST3
REGIST4
REGIST1
REGIST2
PAGE3
REGIST3
REGIST4
REGIST1
REGIST2
PAGE4
REGIST3
REGIST4
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
R1
R2
L1
L2
PERCUSS.
O
X
X
X
Off
O
O
O
X
Off
O
O
O
X
Off
O
O
O
O
Off
O
O
O
O
Off
O
O
X
O
Off
O
O
O
O
Off
O
O
X
O
Off
O
X
O
X
Off
O
O
O
X
Off
O
O
O
O
Off
O
O
O
O
Off
O
O
X
X
Off
O
X
X
X
Off
O
O
O
O
Off
O
O
O
O
Off
VOICE
VOICE
No.
01
52
33
06
1
06
53
37
35
1
19
18
35
33
1
57
89
51
48
1
63
96
88
64
1
30
85
86
102
1
83
123
26
89
1
13
115
12
33
1
23
106
26
04
1
62
67
33
01
1
25
53
25
52
1
06
05
06
51
1
20
53
21
54
1
04
01
02
03
1
62
57
48
59
1
54
92
53
92
1
VOL
PAN
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
10
21
14
21
21
21
21
13
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
10
21
10
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
-2
2
-2
0
3
-3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
-3
0
0
0
2
-2
-2
2
0
3
2
-3
0
0
4
-4
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
3
-2
-2
2
0
4
1
-4
0
0
OCTAVE
0
0
-1
0
-1
0
-1
-1
-1
-1
0
-1
-1
-1
-1
0
-1
0
-1
-1
-1
-1
-1
0
-1
0
0
1
0
-1
0
0
0
0
-1
-1
0
1
-1
1
0
-1
0
0
-1
-1
-1
-1
0
-1
-1
-1
-1
-1
-1
0
0
0
0
-1
0
-1
0
1
-1
0
0
0
0
-1
0
0
-1
-1
-1
0
-1
0
-1
-1
HARMONY
On/Off
TYPE
AUTO
ACCOMPANIMENT
STYLE
VOL
No.
OVERALL CONTROL
TEMPO
SPLIT POINT
Split mode Accomp.
P.B.
Range
TOUCH
On/Off
Off
01
20
21
120
61
55
2
On
Off
01
17
21
94
63
55
2
On
MULTI
PADS
1/2/3/4
preset
x4
Off
01
61
21
82
61
55
2
On
Off
04
79
21
126
61
55
2
On
Off
01
14
21
120
61
55
2
On
Off
01
30
21
180
61
55
2
On
preset
x4
Off
01
9
21
78
61
55
2
On
Off
01
55
21
108
61
55
2
On
Off
01
64
21
130
61
55
2
On
Off
01
41
21
155
61
55
2
On
preset
x4
Off
01
74
21
102
61
55
2
On
Off
01
16
21
112
69
55
2
On
Off
01
35
21
70
69
55
2
On
Off
01
40
21
180
69
55
2
On
preset
x4
Off
02
70
21
180
61
55
2
On
Off
02
21
21
102
61
55
2
On
* The song memory has no default data, so all data it contains will be erased when a reset operation is executed.
* The default [EDIT] button indicator setting is R1.
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■ Troubleshooting
Something not working as it should? In many cases what appears to be a malfunction can be traced to a simple error that can be remedied immediately. Before assuming that your PSR-410 is faulty, please check the following points.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE/SOLUTION
• The PSR-410 speakers produce a “pop”
sound whenever the power is turned ON or
OFF.
• This is normal and is no cause for alarm.
• Reduced volume
• Poor sound quality.
• Improper demo or song memory playback.
• MULTI DISPLAY has gone out and the
panel setting has been set to default.
• The batteries probably need to be replaced. Replace all six batteries
with new ones of the same type, as described on page 5.
• Not all simultaneously-played notes sound.
• You are probably exceeding the maximum polyphony of the PSR-410.
The PSR-410 can play up to 28 notes at the same time — including
split, dual, auto-accompaniment, and multi pad notes. Notes exceeding
this limit will not sound.
• Auto accompaniment won’t function properly. No lower keyboard sound.
• Auto accompaniment won’t sound right if you’re using SINGLE type
fingering when the SINGLE mode is not selected (page 23).
• Are you sure you’re playing in the Auto-Accompaniment section of the
keyboard?
• Are you playing chords that the PSR-410 can recognize (see chord
types on pages 22, 23, and 24)?
• The selected voice does not sound when
the keyboard is played.
• The orchestration part to which the voice is assigned must be turned
ON (page 10).
• Make sure that the voice volume parameter for the orchestration part to
which the voice is assigned is set to an appropriate level (page 13).
• Voice parameter changes do not affect the
desired voice.
• The edit mode for the voice to which the changes are to be applied must
be turned ON (page 12).
• No sound when rhythm started.
• Some sections of some styles have no data in the rhythm track.
Try turning Auto Accompaniment on and fingering an appropriate chord.
The Auto Accompaniment should begin to play.
• Sustain ON/OFF status has been reversed.
• Sustain ON/OFF status will be reversed when POWER is turned on with
the Footswitch pressed or the footswitch is plugged in while it is being
pressed.
Turn POWER OFF and turn it back ON to return to normal status.
• Song Memory track indicator does not go
out when the track is cleared.
• You may have executed the clear function from a point in the middle of
the track, thus only clearing the data after that point. Press the [RESET]
button to go to the beginning of the track, then clear.
• MIDI bulk reception of separate data
blocks fails.
• When sending Song Memory, Multi Pad, and/or Registration Memory
data to the PSR-410 as separate blocks from a sequencer or other MIDI
device, either send all blocks in succession leaving no more than a 2second break between blocks, or wait until the voice display appears on
the PSR-410 after each block and send the blocks separately.
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Index
+ and – buttons ................................... 9
I
R
Introduction (Intro) ............................. 26
Re-voice ............................................ 29
Reception modes, MIDI .................... 45
A
AC power adaptor ............................... 5
K
Record functions ......................... 32-40
Accompaniment control .................... 25
Keyboard percussion ........................ 16
Registration memory ......................... 31
Reset button ...................................... 37
Accompaniment track recording ....... 33
Reset procedures .............................. 51
Are you sure? .......................... 9, 40, 41
M
Auto accompaniment ........................ 20
Main A & B sections .......................... 26
Auto harmony .................................... 15
Measure number ............................... 37
S
Melody track recording ...................... 35
Service & modification ........................ 4
B
Metronome ........................................ 24
Single modes .................................... 10
Batteries .............................................. 5
MIDI
......................................... 42-47
Song memory .................................... 32
Beat indicator .................................... 25
MIDI implementation chart .............. 220
Sound system, external ...................... 6
Bulk dump, MIDI ................................ 43
Multi pads .......................................... 38
Split & dual modes ............................ 11
Music stand ......................................... 6
Split modes ....................................... 11
Split point , orchestration .................. 18
C
Split point, auto accompaniment ....... 21
Cleaning .............................................. 4
N
Clearing tracks .................................. 40
Number buttons .................................. 9
Start/stop mode, MIDI ....................... 46
Stopping accompaniment ................. 27
Connectors, MIDI .............................. 42
Straight start ...................................... 25
O
Style list ....................................... 49-50
D
Octave ............................................... 13
Demo song .......................................... 7
One touch setting .............................. 30
Dual mode ......................................... 11
Orchestration ..................................... 10
Style selection ................................... 20
Sustain .......................................... 6, 17
Synchro start ..................................... 25
Overall control ................................... 18
E
T
Edit part selection ............................. 12
P
Editing procedures .............................. 8
Page number .................................... 41
Electrical interference ......................... 4
Page copy ......................................... 44
Ending ............................................... 27
Page memory .................................... 41
Tempo control ................................... 24
Page memory default settings .......... 52
F
Pan
............................................... 14
Fill-ins ............................................... 26
Panel controls (control names) ....... 2-3
Fingering modes ......................... 21-24
Percussion kits .................................. 16
Function button ................................... 8
Percussion kit list ............................ 218
Pitch bend range ............................... 17
Pitch bend wheel ............................... 17
H
Harmony types .................................. 15
Headphones ........................................ 6
Playback, accompaniment & melody 36
Playback, multi pad ........................... 39
Power supply .................................. 4, 5
Touch response ................................ 19
Tracks (Auto Accompaniment) .......... 28
Transmission, MIDI ........................... 47
Transpose ......................................... 19
Troubleshooting ................................ 53
Tuning ............................................... 19
V
Voice & polyphony list ....................... 48
Voice assignment (Voice select) ....... 12
Volume, accompaniment .................. 27
Volume, master ................................... 7
Volume, voice ................................... 13
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Percussion Kit List
* “<——” indicates the content is the same as that of Standard Kit.
* Only 1 note can be played at a time when Keyboard Percussion is engaged.
* The number in parentheses () after the percussion kit name is the MIDI program
number.
Note#
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
218
* The corresponding MIDI note numbers for the notes listed in the chart below
are actually one octave lower. For example, the MIDI note number for note
#36 (C1) in the chart is note #24 (C0).
Note
1: Standard (0)
2: Room (8)
3: Rock (16)
4: Electronic (24)
C1
C#1
D1
D#1
E1
F1
F#1
G1
G#1
A1
A#1
B1
C2
C#2
D2
D#2
E2
F2
F#2
G2
G#2
A2
A#2
B2
C3
C#3
D3
D#3
E3
F3
F#3
G3
G#3
A3
A#3
B3
C4
C#4
D4
D#4
E4
F4
F#4
G4
G#4
A4
A#4
B4
C5
C#5
D5
D#5
E5
F5
F#5
G5
G#5
A5
A#5
B5
C6
C#6
D6
D#6
E6
F6
Click (Square wave)
Brush Tap
Brush Swirl
Brush Slap
Brush Swirl W/Attack
Snare Roll
Castanet
Snare H Soft
Sticks
Bass Drum H Soft
Open Rim Shot
Bass Drum L
Bass Drum H Hard
Closed Rim Shot
Snare L
Hand Clap
Snare H Hard
Floor Tom L
Hi-Hat Closed
Floor Tom H
Hi-Hat Pedal
Low Tom
Hi-Hat Open
Mid Tom L
Mid Tom H
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Cymbal Cup
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
Bongo H
Bongo L
Conga H Mute
Conga H Open
Conga L
Timbale H
Timbale L
Agogo H
Agogo L
Cabasa
Maracas
Samba Whistle H
Samba Whistle L
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Claves
Wood Block H
Wood Block L
Cuica Mute
Cuica Open
Triangle Mute
Triangle Open
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Voice ‘One’
Voice ‘Two’
Voice ‘Three’
Voice ‘Four’
Voice ‘Are You Sure?’
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
Snare Room L
<——
Bass Drum Room L
<——
Bass Drum Room M
Bass Drum Room H
<——
Snare Room M
<——
Snare Room H
Room Tom 1
<——
Room Tom 2
<——
Room Tom 3
<——
Room Tom 4
Room Tom 5
<——
Room Tom 6
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
Snare Rock L
<——
Bass Drum Rock L
<——
Bass Drum Rock M
Bass Drum Rock H
<——
Snare Rock M
<——
Snare Rock H
Rock Tom 1
<——
Rock Tom 2
<——
Rock Tom 3
<——
Rock Tom 4
Rock Tom 5
<——
Rock Tom 6
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
Reverse Cymbal
<——
Hi-Q
Snare Gate L
<——
Bass Drum Gate L
<——
Bass Drum Gate M
Bass Drum Gate H
<——
Snare Gate M
<——
Snare Gate H
Electronic Tom 1
<——
Electronic Tom 2
<——
Electronic Tom 3
<——
Electronic Tom 4
Electronic Tom 5
<——
Electronic Tom 6
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
Scratch H
Scratch L
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
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Note#
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
Note
5: Analog (25)
6: Jazz (32)
7: Brush (40)
8: Classic (48)
C1
C#1
D1
D#1
E1
F1
F#1
G1
G#1
A1
A#1
B1
C2
C#2
D2
D#2
E2
F2
F#2
G2
G#2
A2
A#2
B2
C3
C#3
D3
D#3
E3
F3
F#3
G3
G#3
A3
A#3
B3
C4
C#4
D4
D#4
E4
F4
F#4
G4
G#4
A4
A#4
B4
C5
C#5
D5
D#5
E5
F5
F#5
G5
G#5
A5
A#5
B5
C6
C#6
D6
D#6
E6
F6
<——
<——
<——
<——
Reverse Cymbal
<——
Hi-Q
Snare Analog L
<——
Bass Drum Analog L
<——
Bass Drum Analog M
Bass Drum Analog H
Closed Rim Shot Analog
Snare Analog M
<——
Snare Analog H
Analog Tom 1
Analog Hi-hat Closed 1
Analog Tom 2
Analog Hi-hat Closed 2
Analog Tom 3
Analog Hi-hat Open
Analog Tom 4
Analog Tom 5
<——
Analog Tom 6
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
<——
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Natural Tom 2
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Natural Tom 3
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Brush Tom 1
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Brush Tom 2
Dark Hi-Hat Pedal
Brush Tom 3
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Brush Tom 4
Brush Tom 5
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Natural Tom 1
Dark Hi-Hat Closed
Natural Tom 2
Dark Hi-Hat Pedal
Natural Tom 3
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Natural Tom 4
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Hand Cymbal Long L
Natural Tom 6
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MIDI Implementation Chart
[Portable Keyboard]
Model: PSR-410
MIDI Implementation Chart
Function
Transmitted
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1~16 CH
1~16 CH
1~16 CH (*1)
1~16 CH (*1)
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode 3
X
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(*1)
X
X
: True voice
0~127
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0~127
0~127
Velocity
Note on
Note off
O 9nH, v=1~127
X 9nH, v=0
O 9nH, v=1~127
X 9nH, v=0 or 8nH
After
Touch
key’s
Ch’s
X
X
X
O (*2)
O
O
O (*3)
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
X
X
O (*6)
O
X
O (*4)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O (*5)
O
O
O
O
O (*7)
O
O (*8)
Program
Change : True #
O 0~127
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O 0~127
0~127 (*9)
System Exclusive
O (*10)
O (*10)
System
: Song Position
: Song Select
Common : Tune
X
X
X
X
X
X
System : Clock
Real Time : Commands
O
O (*12)
O (*11)
O (*12)
Aux
X
O
O
X
X
O
O
X
Note
Number
Pitch Bender
Control Change
0, 32
1
6, 38
7
10
11
64
66
84
90
91
96
97
100, 101
120
121
: Local ON/OFF
: All Notes Off
Messages : Active Sense
: Reset
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
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Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
Date: 1993. 6. 15
Version: 1.00
Remarks
Bank select MSB, LSB
Modulation depth
Data entry MSB, LSB
Volume
Pan
Expression
Sustain
Sostenuto
Portamento control
Reverb send level
RPN data increment
RPN data decrement
RPN MSB, LSB
All sound off
Reset all controllers
O: Yes
X: No
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*1. The following modes can be set individually for each channel via
the panel control:
Mode 00: Reception OFF.
Mode 01: Direct tone generator control.
Mode 02: Same as keyboard note on/off operation.
Mode 03: Same as auto-accompaniment chord fingering.
Mode 04: Same as the lowest-note (bass note) played in the
auto-accompaniment chord fingering.
*2. Channel pressure handled as vibrato.
*3. For bank selection transmission only the MSB changes.
The LSB is fixed at 00H.
*4. Bank select reception.
The bank select MSB is used for melody voice and rhythm voice
switching.
The bank select LSB is ignored.
MSB 00H: GM melody voice.
MSB 7FH: GM rhythm voice.
The default for all the channels excepting channel 10 is 00H. Bank
select reception with channel 10 is not possible since channel 10
is assigned to the rhythm accompaniment. However, bank select
reception with channel 10 will be possible when you do the following operation: turning the POWER back on while holding the C1
key down.
When the bank select MSB is 01H … 7EH, all subsequent key-ons
received will be ignored.
No voice change will occur when only a bank select is received.
When a program change is received the latest bank select value is
used.
*5. Portamento control is effective only when Reception is set in the
Multi mode.
*6. A pitch bend sensitivity message is transmitted when a panel pitch
bend range setting is made.
Pitch bend sensitivity:
BnH, 64H, 00H, 65H, 00H
*9. GM melody voices 0 through 127 become panel voices 1 through
128.
Rhythm voices 0, 8, 16, 24, 25, 32, 40, and 48 become panel
voices 1 through 8.
*10. Exclusive.
<GM1 System ON>
F0H, 7EH, 7FH, 09H, 01H, F7H
All parameters except MIDI Master Tuning are reset to their
default values.
<MIDI Master Volume> F0H, 7FH, 7FH, 04H, 01H, ll, mm, F7H
Allows the volume of all channels to be changed simultaneously (universal system exclusive).
mm is used as the MIDI Master Volume value (ll is ignored).
The default value for mm is 7FH.
This message is receive-only.
<MIDI Master Tuning>
F0H, 43H, 1nH, 27H, 30H, 00H, 00H, mm, ll, cc, F7H
Allows the pitch of all channels to be changed simultaneously
(panel tuning).
mmll is used as the MIDI Master Tuning value, an the actual
tuning is shown by the expression:
T=Mx200/256-100
Where T is the actual tuning value in cents. M is decimal value
represented by 1-byte using bits 0…3 of mm as the MSB and
bits 0…3 of ll as the LSB.
The default values of mm and ll are 07H and 0FH, respectively.
n and cc are also recognized.
This value is not reset by a GM System ON or Reset All Controllers message.
This message is transmitted and received.
<Bulk Dump>
bl and bh represent the total byte count as bl+bh*128.
CS: Checksum.
Multi pad:
F0H, 43H, 76H, 12H, bl, bh, <Data>, cs, F7H
Song memory:
F0H, 43H, 76H, 16H, bl, bh, <Data>, cs, F7H
Registration memory: F0H, 43H, 76H, 14H, bl, bh, <Data>, cs, F7H
<Panel Control>
*7. RPN receives the following data:
Pitch bend sensitivity:
BnH, 64H, 00H, 65H, 00H
Default: 02H, 00H
Fine tuning:
BnH, 64H, 01H, 65H, 00H
Default: 40H, 00H
Coarse tuning:
BnH, 64H, 02H, 65H, 00H
Default: 40H, 00H
Null:
BnH, 64H, 7FH, 65H, 7FH
*8. Reset all controllers.
Pitch bend, channel pressure, modulation, expression, sustain,
and sostenuto are returned to their default values.
All RPN data is set to NULL.
Portamento is reset.
■ GM System Level 1
Dual data change:
Dual ON/OFF:
Harmony:
Chord/Bass:
F0H, 43H, 76H, 17H, 04H, <Data>,
F0H, 43H, 76H, 17H, 05H, <Data>,
F0H, 43H, 76H, 17H, 0EH, <Data>,
F0H, 43H, 76H, 17H, 0BH, <Data>,
F7H
F7H
F7H
F7H
*11. Internal/external clock selectable.
*12. Operation when a start/stop command is received is determined
by the RECEIVE CHANNEL, CLOCK, AND COMMAND panel
settings.
0. Start/stop command ignored.
1. Auto-accompaniment start/stop.
2. Song memory start/stop.
Continue neither transmitted nor received.
The existing MIDI protocol allows performance and other data to be transferred between different instruments, even if they are from different manufacturers. This means, for
example, that sequence data that was originally created to control a tone generator from
manufacturer A can also be used to control a different tone generator from manufacturer
B. Since the voice allocation in different devices from different manufacturers is usually
different, however, appropriate program change data must be transmitted to select the
right voices.
The General MIDI protocol was developed to minimize confusion and the need for reprogramming when playing software created by one MIDI device on another. This has
been achieved by defining a standard voice allocation in which the same or similar voices
are accessed by the same program change numbers or MIDI channels. The current standard recognized by the International MIDI Association is known as “GM System Level 1.”
The PSR-410 voice allocation complies with the GM System Level 1 standard.
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Specifications
Keyboards:
61 standard-size keys (C1~C6) with touch response.
VOICE:
AWM128 voices: 01~128
Polyphony: 28
KEYBOARD PERCUSSION: 1~8
VOL: 00~24
OCTAVE: -2~2
PAN: –7~7
ONE TOUCH SETTING
ORCHESTRATION: R1/R2/L1/L2
HARMONY: TYPE 01~10, ON/OFF
SONG MEMORY:
MEASURE #
TRACK: ACCOMP, MELODY
SONG:
RESET, PLAY/STOP
RECORDING:
REC, CLEAR
ARE YOU SURE ?:
YES, NO
MULTI DISPLAY:
Number Buttons: [+], [–], [0]~[9], [+/–]
Setup:
POWER: ON/OFF
MASTER VOLUME: MIN~MAX
MIDI:
RECEIVE CH/CL/COM, TRANSMIT CH
PAGE MEMORY:
PAGE #: 1~4
MIDI BULK DUMP/PAGE COPY
Auxiliary Jacks:
DC IN, HEADPHONES/AUX OUT, SUSTAIN PEDAL,
MIDI IN/OUT
OVERALL CONTROL:
TEMPO: 040~240
METRONOME: ON/OFF
SPLIT POINT
TRANSPOSE: -12~12
TUNING: -16~16
TOUCH RESPONSE ON/OFF
PITCH BEND: -12~12
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT:
80 styles
AUTO ACCOMP: ON/OFF
FINGERING: 1~5
ACCOMP VOLUME: 00~24
REVOICE
TRACK: RHYTHM 1/2, BASS, RHYTHMIC CHORD 1/2,
PAD CHORD, PHRASE 1/2
ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL: SYNC-START/STOP,
START/STOP, INTRO, FILL IN 1, FILL IN 2, ENDING,
MAIN A/B
REGISTRATION MEMORY:
MEMORIZE
1~4
MULTI PADS:
STOP
1~4 (including 2 chord-match types).
Main Amplifiers:
4.5W x 2 (when using PA-5 AC power adaptor)
1.5W x 2 (when using batteries)
HEADPHONES/AUX OUT output: 75Ω impedance.
Speakers:
12cm (4-3/4") x 2
Batteries:
Six SUM-1, “D” size, R-20 or equivalent batteries
Rated Voltage:
DC 10-12V
Dimensions (W x D x H):
939mm x 397mm x 113mm (37" x 15-5/8" x 4-1/2")
Weight:
6.0kg (13.2 lbs.) excluding batteries
Supplied Accessories:
• Music Stand
• Owner’s Manual
Optional Accessories:
• Headphones
• Keyboard Stand
• AC Power Adaptor
• Foot switch
HPE-3, HPE-150
L-2C
PA-3, PA-4, PA-5, PA-5B, PA-40
FC4, FC5
DEMO:
SONG #: ALL, 1~5
START/STOP
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* Specifications subject to change without notice.
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