Classic Cantabile SP Apollon Specifications

SP Apollon Stage Piano
Users manual
00024016
Version 01/2012
Welcome
Welcome...
Thank you and congratulations on your purchase of the High-Performance STAGE PIANO.
Your new High-Performance STAGE PIANO delivers various specifications in compact body. Sharing much
in common with high-end models, your piano offers 128-polyphony, new Advanced Real Hammer Action
keyboard(ARHA3), useful external memory(SD Card)slot, USB MIDI interface and hundreds of additional
sounds and rhythm styles.
Its modern and stylish design with its polished finish will match most home interiors.
The piano's compact size will allow it to fit into many placed compared to a traditional piano or large digital
piano.
MAIN FEATURES
128 Voices
A wide selection of tones includes stereo piano and synthesized sounds, drum sets, and much more. Other
features include digital effects that control the acoustical characteristic of tones.
VP PLAYER System
Piano comes with over 1000 VP music tunes. You can playback the VP tunes for your own listening pleasure, or
you can use them for practice.
SMF PLAYER System with SD Memory Card
Piano can playback Standard MIDI file. Simply download SMF into your SD card via your PC.
You can listen the downloaded SMF on your piano.
Auto Accompaniment
Simply play a chord and the corresponding rhythm, bass, and chord parts play along automatically.
Registration Memory
piano setups can be stored in memory for later recall and instant settings whenever you need them.
Recording and Play Back
Performance recording lets you record your performances, including Auto Accompaniment, in real time.
USB port
A USB port provides quick and easy connection to a computer.
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Contents
Welcome/Main Features
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Contents
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Care of Your Digital Piano
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Unpacking
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Setting Up Your Piano
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Panel Controls and Terminals
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Performance Screen
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Adjusting the Volume
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VP Player
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Selecting Voices
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GM Voice
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Main Voice Volume
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Layer
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Split
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Reverb
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Effect
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Using the Metronome
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Using the Pitch Bend Wheel
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SETUP (Tune, Transpose)
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SETUP (Octave Shift, Brilliance)
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SETUP (Pitch Bend, Pedal)
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SETUP (Touch)
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Auto Accompaniment
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Recording
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Registration
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SMF Player
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Local Control (Hidden Function)
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General MIDI Voice & Drum Table
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MIDI Implementation Chart
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VP Music Library
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Troubleshooting
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Specifications
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Care of your Digital Piano
Care of your Digital Piano
Avoid heat, humidity or direct sunlight.
Take care not to drop the unit and avoid
strong impact.
Keep the unit free from liquids, dust, etc...
Never attempt to modify any parts of the unit.
During thunderstorms, turn the product off
and disconnect the plug from the power.
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Unpacking
Unpacking
Carefully remove the digital piano and its accessories from the packing box. The digital piano set
consists of the following items.
Main Unit
Music Stand
Non-Slip Pedal
Owner's Manual
Cleaning Cloth
AC Adapter
SD Card
Inspect each item carefully to make sure that it is in good condition. If you find any item missing or damaged,
contact the place of purchase immediately for replacement.
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Setting Up Your Piano
Setting Up Your Piano
TURNING ON THE POWER
Connecting the AC adapter. First insert the DC plug
of AC Adapter into DC In connector on the piano then
plug a AC plug of AC adapter into the proper AC outlet
on the wall.
Press POWER switch. The power is turned on and the
initial display appears in the LCD screen.
The voice of Grand Piano is selected automatically at first.
Adjust the volume by using MASTER VOLUME.
Press POWER switch again when turning off the power.
All lamps and LCD display will turn off.
SIDE PANEL
HEADPHONE
Connect a set of stereo headphones(optional) to
HEADPHONE jack (standard 1/4" phone jacks).
Insert the headphone plug into the HEADPHONE jack
on the bottom panel of the piano.
When headphones are connected, the internal speaker
system is automatically shut off.
Since the piano has two HEADPHONE jacks, two sets
of headphones can be used simultaneously, allowing
two people to enjoy listening to the performance.
SIDE PANEL
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Setting Up Your Piano
CONNECTING PEDAL
REAR PANEL
Connecting the non-slip pedal.
Insert the pedal plug into the damper or the assignable pedal connector on the piano.
Damper pedal connector
With piano tones, depressing the pedal causes notes to linger, much like a piano's damper pedal.
With organ tones, depressing the pedal causes notes to continue to sound until the pedal is released.
Assignable pedal connector
This pedal connector can be assigned to one of following functions. (see the PEDAL section on page 30)
1) Sustain Pedal
With piano tones, depressing the pedal causes notes to linger, much like a piano's damper pedal.
2) Soft Pedal (Default)
Depressing the pedal softens the sound of the notes being played.
3) Sostenuto Pedal
As with the sustain pedal function described above, depressing the sostenuto pedal causes notes to be sustained. This
difference between a sostenuto pedal and sustain pedal is the timing. With a sostenuto pedal, you press the keys and
then depress the pedal before you release the keys.
Only the notes that are sounding when the pedal is depressed are sustained.
4) Rhythm Fill1/Synchro Start Pedal
In this case, the pedal performs the same function as the Fill1/Synchro button.
5) Rhythm Fill2/Synchro Start Pedal
In this case, the pedal performs the same function as the Fill2/Synchro button.
6) Rhythm Start/Stop Pedal
In this case, the pedal performs the same function as the Start/Stop button.
7) Setup/Keypad function Pedal
In this case, the pedal performs the same function as the Setup/Keypad button.
CAUTION
Make sure to connect or disconnect the pedal only when power is off.
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Setting Up Your Piano
CONNECTING AUDIO DEVICES
REAR PANEL
Line in jacks(Standard phone jacks of L/Mono and R)
The stereo outputs from another instrument can be connected to these jacks, allowing the sound
of an external instrument to be reproduced via the instrument's speakers.
Connect the output jacks (LINE OUT etc.) of an external synthesizer or the tone generator module
and the instrument's Line In 'L/Mono' and 'R' jacks using appropriate audio cables.
CAUTION
When the sound of an external device is output to the instrument, first turn on the power to the external device, then to
the instrument. Reverse this order when you turn the power off.
Line out jacks (Standard phone jacks of L/Mono and R)
When these are connected, you can use the instrument's MASTER VOLUME control to adjust the
volume of the sound output to the external device.
Connect the instrument's Line Out 'L/Mono' and 'R' jacks and the input jacks of a pair of
powered speakers using appropriate audio cables. Use only the L/Mono jack for connection with
a monaural device.
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Setting Up Your Piano
Connecting Other Devices
SIDE PANEL
Connecting the external MIDI devices (MIDI Terminals)
Use the built-in MIDI terminals and standard MIDI cables to connect external MIDI devices.
MIDI IN
Receives MIDI messages from an external MIDI device.
MIDI OUT Transmits MIDI messages generated by the instrument.
What's MIDI?
MIDI(Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is the international standard for digital communication of electronic musical
instrument data.
This means that any equipment that has a MIDI terminal (such as electronic musical instruments or personal computers ) can
easily exchange digital data with other MIDI equipment without complicated conversions or connections.
Connecting a computer (USB Terminal)
By connecting a computer to the USB, you can transfer data between the instrument and the
computer via MIDI, and take advantage of sophisticated computer music programs. Keep in
mind that you also need to install an appropriate USB MIDI driver.
The instructions below explain how to connect and use the terminals.
CAUTION
This instrument cannot be connected with both USB terminal and MIDI Terminals.
CAUTION - Precautions when using the USB terminal.
When connecting the computer to the USB terminal, make sure to observe the following points. Failing to do so risks
freezing the computer and corrupting or losing data. If the computer or the instrument freezes, turn the power to the
instrument off and restart the computer.
Before connecting the computer to the USB terminal, exit from any power-saving mode of the computer (such as
suspended, sleep, standby), and quit any open application software, also turns off the power to the instrument.
Execute the following before turning the power to the instrument off or unplugging the USB cable to/from the
instrument/computer.
- Quit any open application software on the computer.
- Make sure that data is not being transmitted from the instrument. (Data is transmitted only by playing notes on the
keyboard or playing back a song.)
- While a USB device is connected to the instrument, you should wait for six seconds or more between these operations:
When turning the power of the instrument off then on again, or when alternately connecting/disconnecting the USB
cable.
Local control On/Off (Hidden Function)
Press and hold down the KEYPAD button and press Right (C8) key of keyboards.
Under Local control off, the piano doesn't make any sound without PC connection(USB or MIDI).
When you turn on the local control after using this function, the piano has previous setting values. (before the local control
off)
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Panel controls and Terminals
Panel Controls and Terminals
G
E
D
C
B
A
F
VOLUME SECTION
MASTER VOLUME
SETUP SECTION
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GRAPHIC LCD DISPLAY
EXIT
ENTER
DATA UP/DOWN
SHIFT/KEYPAD
DISPLAY HOLD
TUNE
TRANSPOSE
OCTAVE
BRILLIANCE
PITCH BEND
TOUCH
PEDAL
REGISTRATION
STYLE SECTION
AUTO ACMP.
INTRO/ENDING
START/STOP
FILL 1/SYNC
FILL 2/SYNC
TEMPO UP
TEMPO DOWN
STYLE SELECT KEYS
ACMP. MODE KEYS
ACMP. VOLUME KEYS
BEAT LED
METRONOME
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Panel controls and Terminals
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VOICE SECTION
VOICE buttons
LAYER
SPLIT
REVERB
EFFECT
LAYER VOLUME KEYS
SPLIT VOLUME KEYS
REVERB DEPTH KEYS
EFFECT DEPTH KEYS
PITCH BEND WHEEL
PLAYER SECTION
VP PLAYER/SD CARD
RECORD
PLAY/STOP
TRACK 1/REPEAT
TRACK 2/ALL
POWER
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A POWER switch
B DC IN
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TERMINAL SECTION
C HEADPHONE
D USB IN
E MIDI IN/OUT
F SD CARD IN
G LINE IN
H LINE OUT
I ASSIGNABLE PEDAL IN
J DAMPER PEDAL IN
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Performance Screen
Performance Screen
When you first turn on your piano. The power up status screen briefly appears in the display followed
by the Performance Screen. The performance screen shows you all of the most important playing
parameters.
A
B
D
C
F
E
G
H
A Main Voice
This shows the selected main voice. There are preset 128 voices in this piano.
B Layer Voice
This shows the selected layer voice.
C Split Voice
This shows the selected split voice.
D Split Point
When using the auto-accompaniment or the split, the keyboard splits on this point.
E Rhythm
This shows the selected rhythm style. There are 80 available rhythm styles.
F Tempo
G Name of the Chord you specified for the Auto-Accompaniment
Example) C, Fm, G
H Auto-Accompaniment mode
This shows the selected auto-accompaniment mode.
NOTE
When the performance screen or a value is changed, the tempo may go slow .
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Adjusting the Volume
Adjusting the Volume
The piano has one volume knob on the panel for adjusting the volume.
MASTER VOLUME
This determines the entire volume of the piano.
This also determines the volume level of the HEADPHONE(s).
ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME
This determines the playback volume of the auto-accompaniment volume.
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in the LCD screen.
Adjust the accompaniment volume.
Adjust the accompaniment volume by using the ACCOMP VOLUME UP and DOWN keys .
If you press both VOLUME UP and DOWN Keys at the same time
automatically return to the default accompaniment volume(85).
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
It's available to adjust each part volume of accompaniment independently.
Press the ENTER button in the accomp pop-up display.
The cursor moves on each part(or all parts) of the accompaniment.
When pressing accomp volume up or down key, only the selected part
volume is adjusted.
Return to the play mode.
Release the SHIFT/KEYPAD button.
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VP Player
VP Player
Your piano comes with over 1000 VP tunes. You can playback VP player music for your own listening
pleasure, or you can use them for practice.
Insert the bundle SD memory card into the SD card slot on the piano.
The VP player does not work without the SD memory card that has system data.
For using the VP player, the SD memory card should have system data.
Use the bundle SD card The bundle SD memory card has system data.
When using a new SD card or when VP player does not work, you need to install the
system data into the SD memory card.
Install system data into an SD memory card
1) Format the SD memory card on your PC. (FAT32)
2) Download the SYSTEM INSTALL program at our website ww.dynatone.biz
3) Install the downloaded program into your SD memory card on your PC.
Supported SD memory cards: This piano does not support the High Speed SD memory
card 'SD HC'
We recommend to use only an SD memory card with this piano. Proper operation is not
guaranteed when any other types of card use.
Be sure to orient the SD memory card correctly when inserting it.
Never try to force an SD memory card into the SD card slot when you feel resistance.
Never remove the SD memory card from the card slot or turn off the piano while card data is being accessed by a save,
read or load operation. Doing so can corrupt the data on the memory card or even damage the card slot.
Select a VP player music group.
Press the VP PLAYER button. (The pop-up display shows music groups and the lamp of the VP
player button will be on.) Choose the desired music group by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons
and the ENTER button. Then the pop-up display shows the VP music list in the selected music group.
There are 23 VP groups such as Classical, Jazz, Holiday's, Gospel and etc. in your piano and each group has 20 ~ 50 VP
tunes.
See the VP PLAYER MUSIC LIBRARY on page 50.
' ' means Group and ' ' means VP tune.
The display hold button doesn't work in the VP player mode.
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VP Player
Choose the desired music in the selected VP music group.
Choose the desired music by pressing the DATA UP and DOWN buttons in the VP music pop-up
screen.
' ' means Group and ' ' means VP tune.
To go to the VP music group pop-up display, press the EXIT button or select ' ..' and press the ENTER button.
Start playback of the selected music.
Press the PLAY/STOP button. Playback of the selected music will start.
Adjusting volume of the music. (Same as Adjusting the accomp volume.)
Press and hold the SETUP/KEYPAD button and adjust volume by using the ACCOMP VOLUME UP and DOWN
keys .
1) See ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME section on page 12.
2) The default volume is 65 (Adjusting range: 0 ~ 100).
Adjusting Tempo of the music.
Each VP tune has its default tempo. When starting playback of a music, tempo of the demo music is set to default tempo.
Tempo can be changed during playback of the music by using the TEMPO UP or DOWN button.
1) When repeating a demo music, tempo goes to the default tempo.
2) If you press both the TEMPO UP and DOWN buttons, tempo is set to default tempo.
Repeat playback of a tune.
Press the TR1/R button during playback of the music. After finishing of the selected music, playback of the same music
will start automatically again.
Playback of ALL tunes.
Press the TR1/A button during playback of the music. After finishing of the selected music, playback of the next music
will start automatically.
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VP Player
Stop playback of a music. Press the PLAY/STOP button.
When pressing the STOP button, the Repeat and the ALL options will be off.
Change the VP music group.
Press the EXIT button in the VP music tune pop-up.
Then the VP music group will be displayed on the screen.
Choose the VP music group by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons and press the ENTER button.
Instead of the EXIT button, it's possible to go to the the pop-up displays VP music group.
Select ' ..' by using DATA DOWN button and press the ENTER button in the VP music tune pop-up, the screen displays VP
music group pop-up.
EXIT the VP player.
Press the VP PLAYER button. The pop-up display shows the main menu.
The piano returns play mode.
When returning to play mode, piano will be set same as before starting the VP player mode.
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Selecting Voices
Selecting Voices
The piano features a wealth of rich, authentic voices, including piano, strings and brass instruments. It also
features a keyboard percussion function that lets you play realistic drum, percussion sounds, and various
effect sounds directly from keyboard.
Voice Types
80 Sounds with GM 128 Voice Sounds
7 Drum kits
1 Sound Effect set
The voices of the piano are assigned to 12 voice select buttons. Each button is assigned to an upper
voice and lower voice.
Select a Voice.
Select the desired voice by pressing the appropriate VOICE button.
Piano has total 11 voice groups and each voice group has 8 voices.
When pressing a VOICE button, the pop-up display shows the selected voice for 3 seconds in the voice group.
While the voice pop-up display shows, you can select one of eight voices of the selected voice group by pressing the
VOICE button. Also, the voice can be selected by pressing DATA UP and DOWN buttons.
POP-UP Display
The pop-up display returns to the main menu after 3 seconds.
DISPLAY HOLD
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current popup display continuously.
Backing Up the Selected Voice.
The last selected voice in each button will be retained in memory.
VOICE LIST
Piano
VIB.
Harpsi.
Organ
E.Organ
Violin
Strings
Brass
Sax.
Bass
Perc.
Piano 1
Piano 2
Piano 3
E.Piano 1
E.Piano 2
HonkyTonk
Clavinet
TinkleBell
Vibraphone
Marlimba
Xylophone
Celesta
Glocken
Music Box
Tubel
Santure
Harpsichord
Fantasia
HaloPad
PolySynth
SpaceVox
SynthVoice
OrchestraHit
SweepPad
PipeOrgan
Square
Sawtooth
Calliope
Charang
SoloVox
Fifths
BassLead
Organ 1
Organ 2
Organ 3
ReedOrgan
Accordion
Harmonica
Bandonion
PanFlute
Violin
Cello
Harp
Guitar
SteelGuitar
JazzGuitar
DriveGuitar
ElecGuitar
Strings
SlowStr.
TremoloStr.
PizzicatoStr.
SynthStr.1
SynthStr.2
Choir
Voice
Brass
SynthBrs.
SynthBrs.
Trumpet
Trumbone
MutedTrpt.
SynthVoice
Brightness
TenorSax
AltoSax
Oboe
EnglishHorn
Bassoon
Piccolo
Flute
Clarinet
Bass 1
Bass 2
Bass 3
Bass 4
SlapBass1
SlapBass2
SynthBass1
SynthBass2
Standard
Room
Power
Elec
TR808
Brush
Orchestra
SFX
Play the selected voice.
Adjust the volume by using MASTER VOLUME and play the piano with the selected voice.
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GM Voice
GM Voice
There are 128 different voices in the piano. When the GM VOICE button is selected, one
of 128 GM voices can be assigned.
CHANGING THE GM VOICE BY DATA BUTTONS.
Press the GM VOICE button.
The Pop-up display shows you the current selected voice number and voice name.
Default GM voice: 102 Goblin
Select the desired voice by pressing the DATA UP and DOWN buttons.
See the GM VOICE TABLE on page 46 in this manual.
POP-UP Display The pop-up display returns to the main menu after 3 seconds.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Backing Up the Selected Voice The last selected voice in each button will be retained in memory.
Main Voice Volume
ADJUSTING THE MAIN VOICE VOLUME
This determines the volume of the main voice.
Call up the volume pop-up display.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press LAYER(or SPLIT)
VOLUME UP or DOWN key. The volume pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to main voice in the volume pop-up display.
Press the ENTER button in the volume pop-up display. The cursor is moved
from Lr(LAYER) to Ma(MAIN).
This means that the main voice volume can be changed by using the layer
volume up and down keys.
Adjust the main voice volume.
Adjust the main voice volume by using the LAYER(or SPLIT) VOLUME UP andDOWN keys
If you press both VOLUME UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the
default main volume(100). The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen
shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the play mode. Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
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Layer
Layer
The layer mode of the piano allows you to select and play two different voices simultaneously in a
layer. This makes it easy to create exceptionally rich and thick tonal textures. The volume balance can
be set for the two voices.
PLAYING WITH THE LAYER VOICE
Select the main voice.
Select a voice in the normal way. (see the SELECTING VOICES section on page 16)
Call up the layer mode.
To call up the layer mode, press the LAYER button. Lamp lights and the layer is set on.
The layer pop-up display appears.
The default values:
SLOW STRINGS
1) Voice
2) Volume 050
ON
3) Pedal
4) Octave 0
Select the layered voice.
Select a voice in the normal way. (see the SELECTING VOICES section on page 16)
ADJUSTING THE LAYER VOLUME
This determines the volume of the layered voice. There two ways to adjust layer volume.
A. Adjusting the LAYER VOLUME in the layer pop-up display.
Call up the layer mode.
To call up the layer mode, press the LAYER button. Lamp lights and the layer is set
on. The layer pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to volume value in the layer pop-up display.
Press the ENTER button during the LCD screen shows the layer pop-up display.
The cursor goes to the volume value (default 50).
Adjust the layer volume.
Adjust the layer volume by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons .
If you press both DATA UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the
default Layer Volume(50). The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen
shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu. Press the EXIT button.
Even if you don't press the EXIT button, the pop-up display automatically returns to the main
menu after 3 seconds. But if the Display hold is on, you should press the EXIT button to return to
the main menu.
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Layer
B. Adjusting the LAYER VOLUME by using the LAYER VOLUME UP and DOWN keys.
Call up the volume pop-up display.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press LAYER VOLUME
UP or DOWN key. The Volume pop-up display appears.
Adjust the layer volume.
Adjust the layer volume by using the LAYER VOLUME UP and DOWN keys .
If you press both VOLUME UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the
default layer Volume(50).
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
Display Hold
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows
the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu.
Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
CHANGING THE PEDAL OPTION
This determines whether the damper pedal and assignable pedal affects the layered voice in layer function.
Call up the layer mode. To call up the layer mode, press the LAYER button. Lamp lights and
the layer is set on. The layer pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to the pedal value in the layer pop-up display. Press the ENTER
button in the layer pop-up display until the cursor goes to the pedal option.
Select the pedal option. Change the pedal option by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons .
If you press both DATA UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value (ON).
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu. Press the EXIT button.
Even if you don't press the EXIT button, the pop-up display automatically returns to the main menu after 3 seconds. But if
the Display hold is on, you should press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
CHANGING THE OCTAVE SETTING OF THE LAYERED VOICE
The octave shift setting lets you adjust the pitch of the layered voice. In the meantime, the octave shift
setting can be adjusted in the octave shift setting function. See the OCTAVE SHIFT section on page 29 .
Call up the layer mode. To call up the layer mode, press the LAYER button. Lamp lights and
the layer is set on. The layer pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to the octave value in the layer pop-up display. Press the ENTER
button in the layer pop-up display until the cursor goes to the octave option.
Select the octave option. Change the octave option by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons .
If you press both DATA UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value (0). Range -1~0,~+1
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu. Press the EXIT button.
Even if you don't press the EXIT button, the pop-up display automatically returns to the main menu after 3 seconds. But if
the Display hold is on, you should press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
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Split
Split
The split mode of the piano allows you to select and play two different voices with your left and right
hands - For example, play bass with the left and piano with the right .
PLAYING WITH SPLIT VOICE
Select the main voice.
Select a voice in the normal way. (see the SELECTING VOICES section on page 16)
Call up the Split mode.
To call up the split mode, press the SPLIT button. Lamp lights and the split is set on.
The split pop-up display appears.
The default values:
ACOUST BASS
1) Voice
2) Split Point F#4
060
2) Volume
OFF
3) Pedal
0
4) Octave
Select the split voice.
Select a voice in the normal way. (see the SELECTING VOICES section on page 16)
CHANGING THE SPLIT POINT
You can set the point dividing the split voice and main voice ranges at any desired key position.
Call up the split mode. To call up the split mode, press the SPLIT button. Lamp lights and
the split is set on. The split pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to the split point value in the split pop-up display.
Press the ENTER button in the split pop-up display until the cursor goes to the split point option.
Change the split point option.
Change the split point by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons . (default value: F#4, Range: B2~C#7)
If you press both DATA UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value (F#4).
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu. Press the EXIT button.
Even if you don't press the EXIT button, the pop-up display automatically returns to the main menu after 3 seconds. But if
the Display hold is on, you should press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
Instead of above way, the split point can be assigned by using the SPLIT button with the keyboard.
Press and hold down the SPLIT button and press a desired key. The pressed key is assigned to new split point.
Split point (F4#)
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Split
ADJUSTING THE SPLIT VOLUME
This determines the volume of the split voice. There two ways to adjust the split volume.
A. Adjusting the SPLIT VOLUME in the split pop-up display.
Call up the split mode.
To call up the split mode, press the SPLIT button. Lamp lights and the split is set
on. The split pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to volume value in the split pop-up display.
Press the ENTER button in the split pop-up display until the cursor goes to volume
value (default 60).
Adjust the split voice volume.
Adjust the split Volume by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons .
If you press both DATA UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the
default Split Volume(60). The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD
screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu. Press the EXIT button.
Even if you don't press the EXIT button, the pop-up display automatically returns to the main
menu after 3 seconds. But if the Display hold option is on, you should press the EXIT button to
return to the main menu.
B. Adjusting the SPLIT VOLUME by using the SPLIT VOLUME UP and DOWN keys.
Call up the volume pop-up display.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the SPLIT VOLUME
UP or DOWN key. The volume pop-up display appears.
Adjust the Split Volume.
Adjust the split volume by using the SPLIT VOLUME UP and DOWN keys .
If you press both Volume UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the
default split Volume(60).
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
Display Hold
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen
shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu.
Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
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Split
ADJUSTING THE MAIN VOICE VOLUME
Call up the volume pop-up display.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press SPLIT(or LAYER) VOLUME UP or DOWN
key. The volume pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to main voice in the volume pop-up display.
Press the ENTER button in the volume pop-up display. The cursor is moved from Sp(Split) to Ma(MAIN).
This means that the main voice volume can be changed by using the split volume up and down keys.
Adjust the Main Voice Volume.
Adjust the main voice volume by using the SPLIT(or LAYER) VOLUME UP andDOWN keys
If you press both VOLUME UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the default Main Volume(100). The
range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the play mode. Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
CHANGING THE PEDAL OPTION
This determines whether the damper pedal and assignable pedal affects the split voice in split function.
Call up the split mode. To call up the split mode, press the SPLIT button. Lamp lights and
the split is set on. The split pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to the pedal value in the split pop-up display. Press the ENTER
button in the split pop-up display until the cursor goes to the pedal option.
Select the pedal option. Change the pedal option by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons .
If you press both DATA UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value (ON).
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu. Press the EXIT button.
Even if you don't press the EXIT button, the pop-up display automatically returns to the main menu after 3 seconds. But the
Display hold is on, you should press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
CHANGING THE OCTAVE SETTING OF THE SPLIT VOICE
The octave shift setting lets you adjust the pitch of the split voice. In the meantime, the octave shift setting
can be adjusted in the octave shift setting function. See the OCTAVE SHIFT section on page 29 .
Call up the split mode. To call up the split mode, press the SPLIT button. Lamp lights and
the split is set on. The split pop-up display appears.
Move the cursor to the octave value in the split pop-up display. Press the ENTER
button in the split pop-up display until the cursor goes to the octave option.
Select the octave option. Change the octave option by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons .
If you press both DATA UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value (0). Range -1~0,~+1
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the main menu. Press the EXIT button.
Even if you don't press the EXIT button, the pop-up display automatically returns to the main menu after 3 seconds. But if
the Display hold is on, you should press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
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Reverb
Reverb
Reverb is an effect that recreates the decaying reflections of a sound in a performance space, and
reproduces the special ambience of a concert hall.
REVERB ON/OFF
To turn on reverb, press the REVERB button. The lamp lights and reverb is set on. The reverb pop-up
display appears.
To turn off reverb, press the REVERB button again. The lamp turns off and reverb(or chorus) is no
longer active.
SELECTING REVERB TYPE
Press the REVERB button. The reverb pop-up display appears in the LCD screen.
Select a desired reverb type by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons in the reverb pop-up display.
The reverb pop-up display shows the current reverb type and total depth of the reverb.
There are 8 reverb types in the piano. Room 1, Room 2(default), Room 3, Hall 1, Hall 2, Plate, Delay and Pan Delay
In the meantime, when the reverb is on, press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press
the REVERB button. The reverb pop-up display appears.
The reverb type can be changed by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons in this pop-up display.
Release the the SETUP/KEYPAD button, the pop-up display returns to the main menu.
Display Hold
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
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Reverb
ADJUSTING THE TOTAL DEPTH
This determines the total depth of the reverb.
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in
the LCD screen.
Adjust the total depth.
Adjust the total depth by using the REVERB DEPTH UP and DOWN keys .
If you press both UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the default reverb
total depth (50).
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen
shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the play mode.
Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
ADJUSTING THE DEPTH FOR EACH PART
The reverb part depth parameter lets you make different reverb depth setting for
the rhythm, bass and chord parts of the auto-accompaniment, as well as the
parts you play from key board.
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in
the LCD screen.
Call up the reverb depth pop-up display.
Press the REVERB DEPTH UP or DOWN key. The reverb depth pop-up appears.
The reverb depth pop-up display can be called up from the reverb pop-up display.
When the LCD screen shows the reverb pop-up display, press the ENTER button. The reverb depth popup appears.
Move the cursor to the desired part.
Press the ENTER button until the cursor is located at the desired part.
Adjust the depth of the selected part.
Adjust the depth of the selected part by using the REVERB DEPTH UP and
DOWN keys .
You can use the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the REVERB DEPTH UP and DOWN keys.
If you press both UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the default reverb
depth of each part. (default Main Voice 70, Layer Voice 70, Split Voice 70, Chord parts 70, Bass 20, Drum 40)
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen
shows the current pop-up display.
Return to play mode.
Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
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Effect
Effect
This control adds richness to the sound. There are four different Chorus types: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 , Feedback, Flanger
Short delay and Feedback Delay.
EFFECT ON/OFF
To turn on effect, press the EFFECT button. The lamp lights and effect is set on. The effect pop-up
display appears.
To turn off effect, press the EFFECT button again. The lamp turns off and effect is no longer active.
SELECTING EFFECT TYPE
Press the EFFECT button. The effect pop-up display appears in the LCD screen.
Select a desired effect type by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons in the effect pop-up display.
The effect pop-up display shows the current effect type and total depth of the effect.
There are 8 effect types in the piano. Chorus 1, Chorus 2,Chorus 3, Chorus 4 , Feedback, Flanger Short delay and Feedback Delay
In the meantime, when the effect is on, press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press
the REVERB button. The effect pop-up display appears.
The effect type can be changed by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons in this pop-up display.
Release the the SETUP/KEYPAD button, the pop-up display returns to the main menu.
Display Hold
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current popup display.
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Effect
ADJUSTING THE TOTAL DEPTH
This determines the total depth of the effect.
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in
the LCD screen.
Adjust the total depth.
Adjust the total depth by using the EFFECT DEPTH UP and DOWN keys .
If you press both UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the default reverb
total depth (50).
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to main menu and the LCD screen
shows the current pop-up display.
Return to the play mode.
Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
ADJUSTING THE DEPTH FOR EACH PART
The effect part depth parameter lets you make different effect depth setting for
the rhythm, bass and chord parts of the auto-accompaniment, as well as the
parts you play from key board.
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in
the LCD screen.
Call up the effect depth pop-up display.
Press the EFFECT DEPTH UP or DOWN key. The effect depth pop-up appears.
The effect depth pop-up display can be called up from the effect pop-up display.
When the LCD screen shows the effect pop-up display, press the ENTER button. The effect depth pop-up
appears.
Move the cursor to the desired part.
Press the ENTER button until the cursor is located on the desired part.
Adjust the depth of the selected part.
Adjust the depth of the selected part by using the EFFECT DEPTH UP and DOWN keys .
You can use the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the EFFECT DEPTH UP and DOWN keys.
If you press both UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the default effect
depth of each part. (default Main Voice 70, Layer Voice 70, Split Voice 70, Chord parts 0, Bass 0, Drum 0)
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD
screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to play mode.
Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
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Using the Metronome
Using the Metronome
The piano features a convenient metronome that is ideal for practicing.
START/STOP OF THE METRONOME
To start the metronome, simply press the METRONOME button. Press the METRONOME button
again to stop the metronome sound. The LCD screen shows the metronome pop-up display.
ADJUSTING THE TEMPO OF THE METRONOME
You can set the tempo over range 40 ~ 250 beats per minute by using the TEMPO buttons.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
If you press both UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return to the default tempo of the selected rhythm.
When the performance screen or a value is changed, the tempo may go slow .
SELECTING THE METRONOME OPTIONS
Press the METRONOME button. The LCD screen shows the metronome pop-up display.
Press the ENTER button in the metronome pop-up display. The cursor goes to the option value and
you can change the selected metronome option by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons.
There are 4 options in the metronome options.
1) BEAT
This determines the time signature of the metronome.
2) TEMPO
This determines the tempo of the metronome.
3) FIRST BEAT VOLUME
This determines the volume of the first beat.
4) OTHER BEATS VOLUME This determines the volume of the other beats.
You can call up the metronome pop-up screen by using the SETUP/KEYPAD button and METRONOME button.
When the metronome is on, press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the METRONOME button.
The Metronome Beat pop-up display appears and shows current beat of the metronome.
Press the button again, the beat is changed.
Beat Range: : 2 ~8
Using the Pitch Bend Wheel
As its name suggests, the PITCH BEND WHEEL lets you "bend" the pitch of a sound. This makes it possible to add a
touch of realism to saxophone and other tones.
TO USE THE PITCH BEND WHEEL
While holding down a keyboard key with your right hand, use your left hand
to rotate the PITCH BEND WHEEL UP and DOWN.
Releasing the PITCH BEND WHEEL returns the note to its original pitch.
With saxophone and electrical guitar tones, the most realistic sounding effects can be produced if you play notes and
operate the PITCH BEND wheel simultaneously.
See the PITCH BEND section (Default: 2 semi notes) on page 30 for changing the bend range of the PITCH BEND wheel.
Never turn on keyboard power while the PITCH BEND wheel is rotated.
The PITCH BEND WHEEL works for the main and layered voice.
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Setup
TUNE
The tune function lets you make fine adjustments to the pitch, allowing you to accurately match the
tuning with that of other instruments.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the TUNE UP or DOWN button.
The Tune pop-up display appears and shows current value.
The value can be changed by pressing TUNE UP and DOWN buttons.
You can adjust the value by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the TUNE UP and DOWN buttons.
If you press both UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value.
Range: A3 440Hz ¡¾ 100cents (Default 00)
Hz(Hertz)
The pitch is measured in units of Hertz (abbreviated Hz), which represents the number of times the sound wave vibrates in a second.
Cent Cent is unit of pitch, equal to 1/100 of a seminote.
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
TRANSPOSE
The transpose function makes it's possible to shift the pitch of the keyboard in seminote units,
allowing you to match the pitch of the keyboard to the range of other instruments or singers, or
letting you easily play in a different key without having to change your fingering. For example, if the
TRANSPOSE is set F key, playing C results in a pitch of F, or in other words, you can play in the key of C
major on the keyboard and automatically have the pitch transposed to F major.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the TRANSPOSE UP or DOWN button.
The Transpose pop-up display appears and shows current value.
The value can be changed by pressing TRANSPOSE UP and DOWN buttons.
You can adjust the value by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the TRANSPOSE UP and DOWN buttons.
If you press both UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value.
Range: -12 seminote ~ 0 ~ 12 seminote (Default 00)
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
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Setup
OCTAVE SHIFT
The octave function makes it's possible to shift the octave of the keyboard, allowing you to match the
octave of the keyboard to the range of other instruments.
Changing the octave of the main voice.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the OCTAVE UP or DOWN button.
The octave pop-up display appears and shows current value.
You can adjust the value by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the OCTAVE UP and DOWN buttons.
The value can be changed by pressing OCTAVE UP and DOWN buttons.
If you press both UP and DOWN buttons at the same time automatically return to the default value.
Range: -1 ~0 ~+1 octave (Default 0)
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Changing the octave of the layered voice ant the split voice.
Press the ENTER button in the octave pop-up display. The cursor goes to the other part and you can
change the octave of the selected part by using OCTAVE UP and DOWN buttons.
BRILLIANCE
The sound timbre can be adjusted by using the BRILLIANCE function.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the BRILLIANCE UP or DOWN button.
The brilliance pop-up display appears and shows current value.
This function affects all voice parts (main, Layer and split)
The value can be changed by pressing BRILLIANCE UP and DOWN buttons.
You can adjust the value by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the BRILLIANCE UP and DOWN buttons.
The default value is 00, which is normal brilliance.
Whenever press both BRILLIANCE UP and DOWN buttons, default value '00' is set automatically.
If the brilliance is low, the piano makes dark sound and If it is high, the piano makes bright sound.
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
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Setup
PITCH BEND
This determines the pitch bend range and the voice part for applying the pitch bend.
Changing the pitch bend range.
Specified the maximum change in a tone that can be applied using the PITCH BEND wheel. Press and
hold down the SHIFT button and press the PITCH BEND UP or DOWN button.
The Pitch bend pop-up display appears and shows current value.
You can adjust the value by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the PITCH BEND UP and DOWN buttons.
The value can be changed by pressing PITCH BEND UP and DOWN buttons.
The default value is 2, which is 2 seminotes. The setting range is 00(no change) to 12 (12 seminote)
Whenever press both PITCH BEND UP and DOWN buttons, default value '2' is set automatically.
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
Applying the pitch bend to each voice part.
During the LCD screen shows the pitch bend pop-up display, press the ENTER button.
The cursor goes to the voice part option.
You can set voice part for applying the pitch bend by using the PITCH BEND UP and DOWN keys.
The value can be changed by pressing PITCH BEND UP and DOWN buttons.
You can adjust the value by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons instead of the PITCH BEND UP and DOWN buttons.
Default value MAIN VOICE : ON, LAYER VOICE: ON, SPLIT VOICE: OFF
Whenever press both PITCH BEND UP and DOWN buttons, default value of the selected voice part is set automatically.
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
PEDAL
One of 8 pedal-functions can be assigned to the assignable pedal.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the PEDAL button.
The pedal pop-up display appears and shows current touch value.
Press the PEDAL button again, the cursor goes to the next pedal function and the selected function is set to the assignable pedal.
Instead of the PEDAL button, the setting value can be changed by the DATA UP and DOWN buttons.
Assignable 8 pedal functions. (see the CONNECTING PEDAL SECTION on page 6.)
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Setup
TOUCH
Touch determines how your playing strength (velocity) affects the volume of the voices.
10 types are available for tailoring the keyboard response to the selected voice, type of song, or your
own playing preference.
Selecting the touch
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the TOUCH button.
The touch pop-up display appears and shows current touch.
Press the TOUCH button again, the cursor goes to the next touch and the selected touch is set.
Instead of the TOUCH button, the setting value can be changed by the DATA UP and DOWN buttons
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
DISPLAY
SOFT 1
SOFT 2
SOFT 3
These settings let you produce a relatively loud sound even when playing
the key softly.
NORMAL 1
NORMAL 2
NORMAL 3
These settings are standard keyboard response and the NORMAL 2 is used as
the basic setting.
HARD 1
HARD 2
HARD 3
These settings require you to play the keys quite strongly to produce maximum
loudness.
FIXED VELOCITY
These settings produce the same degree of loudness, no matter how
strongly or softly you play the keys.
Adjusting the fixed touch level.
This determines the level of the fixed velocity touch.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button and press the TOUCH button until the cursor goes
to the 'Fixed Velocity' option.
Press the ENTER button to move the cursor on the velocity level (default 080).
Adjust the velocity level by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons.
Whenever press both the DATA UP and DOWN buttons, default value of the selected voice part is set automatically.
Press and hold the DATA UP or DOWN button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
Backing Up adjusted value. The last adjusted value of each Function can be retained in memory.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up
display.
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Auto Accompaniment
Auto Accompaniment
This keyboard automatically plays bass and chord parts in accordance with the chords you finger. The bass
and chord parts are played using sounds and voices that are automatically selected to select the rhythm
you are using. All of this means that you get full, realistic accompaniments for the melody notes you play
with your right hand, creating the mood of a one-person ensemble.
SELECTING A RHYTHM
This piano provides you with 80 exciting rhythms that you can select using the following procedure.
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in the LCD screen.
Select the desired Rhythm.
Press the RHYTHM NUMBER key(s) and ENTER key. Also, you can use UP(+) and DOWN(-) keys
instead of the Number keys.
Whatever you select a rhythm number, you should press the ENTER key (not button) for selecting rhythm.
If you press both UP(+) and DOWN(-) Keys at the same time automatically return to the default Rhythm Pop1 ( 00).
Hold the UP(+)(or DOWN(-) Keys for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
EXAMPLE
If you want to choose MAKARENA (No. 80),
1) Press and hold down the GM VOICE button.
2) Press number 8 (A), 0(C#) and Enter(C) key.
Piano shows 80 in the the pop up display and makes bell sound.
POP-UP Display
The pop-up display returns to the previous display after 3 seconds.
If the DISPLAY HOLD is on, the pop-up display does not return to
the main menu and the LCD screen shows the current pop-up display.
Return to Play mode.
Release the SETUP/KEYPAD button.
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Rhythm Style List
TEMPO CONTROL ADJUSTMENT
Whenever you select a different style, the preset tempo for that style is also selected, and the tempo
is shown in the Multi Function display after STYLE SELECT Pop-up display. (Unless you try changing
the style during playback, in which case the same tempo is maintained.)
Press the TEMPO buttons. ( You can show current tempo in the main display.)
You can press either TEMPO UP or DOWN button briefly to decrement or increment the tempo value by one, hold the
button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
Tempo (Range: 40 ~ 250, Default setting: Differs depending on the style.)
Restoring the Default Style Tempo
You can restore the preset tempo for the selected Style at anytime by simultaneously pressing both TEMPO UP and DOWN buttons.
When the performance screen or a value is changed, the tempo may go slow .
ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in the LCD screen.
Adjust the accompaniment volume.
Adjust the Accompaniment Volume by using the ACCOMP VOLUME UP and DOWN keys .
If you press both VOLUME UP and DOWN Keys at the same time automatically return
to the default accompaniment volume(85).
The range of volume is 0 ~ 100.
Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.
It's available to adjust each part volume of accompaniment independently.
Press the ENTER button in the accomp pop-up display.
The cursor moves on each part(or all parts) of the accompaniment. When pressing accomp
volume up or down key, only the selected part volume is adjusted.
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Auto Accompaniment
PLAYING A RHYTHM
There are several ways to start the accompaniment style, as described.
Straight start
Press the START/STOP button. The lamp will flash and the rhythm will start.
Each of the styles also has two main loops. The lamp of the currently selected pattern lights.
Main loop1(FILL1) is basic pattern of the style and Main loop2(FILL2) is a variation of Main loop 1.
Judicious switching between FILL 1 and FILL 2 patterns within a song can add variety and make the overall
rhythm more interesting.
After playing the Fill 1, the main loop 1 plays and after the Fill 2, the main loop2(variation) always starts.
Synchronized start
This method lets you start the style by playing a note or chord on the keyboard.
To use this, press the FILL1/SYNCH or Fill2/SYNC button.
The START/STOP lamp flashes in time with selected tempo, indicating that Synchronized Start is in
stand-by.
Press a key in the split keyboard(left hand), the rhythm starts.
To cancel Synchronized Start, press the FILL1/SYNCH or Fill2/SYNC button again so the lamp turns off.
OR
Start with an introduction
First press the INTRO/END button, then the START/STOP button. The style starts with Intro pattern. After
playing Intro pattern, Main loop 1 or 2 starts.
The INTRO lamp turns off when the pattern changes from Intro to Main Loop.
You can start the style by using the FILL/SYNC button. (see above synchronized start.)
Stopping the accompaniment style
To stop style playback, press the START/STOP button.
To playback an ending pattern before stopping, press the INTRO/END button during playback of rhythm.
The INTRO/ENDING lamp flashes during playback of ending.
If you need to cancel ending playback, press the FILL 1 or the FILL 2 button. The ending pattern stops
and the main loop starts after fill pattern playback.
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Auto Accompaniment
USING THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
The following procedure describes how to use the keyboard's Auto Accompaniment feature. Before
starting, you should first select the rhythm you want to use and set the tempo of the rhythm to the
value you want.
Select a rhythm style.
Select the desired rhythm. (see the SELECTING A RHYTHM section on page 32)
Set the Tempo.
Set the desired tempo. (see the TEMPO CONTROL ADJUSTMENT section on page 33)
Set the auto-accompaniment function to ON.
To do this, press the AUTO ACCOMP button. The lamp lights.
Press the AUTO ACCOMP button again to turn off the lamp and set Auto Accompaniment to off.
SET THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT MODE
Call up the SETUP/KEYPAD mode.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. The setup pop-up appears in the LCD screen.
Press one of the AUTO ACCOMP MODE keys.
FINGERED KEYBOARD (default)
Instead of above way to set auto-accompaniment mode, the mode cab
be changed by using the DATA UP and DOWN button.
Press the AUTO-ACCOMP button to turn on the auto-accompaniment.
The auto-accomp lamp is turned on and the LCD screen shows the auto
accompaniment mode pop-up display.
In this pop-up display, you can change the auto-accompaniment mode by
using the DATA UP and DOWN button.
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Auto Accompaniment
START THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
To start Auto accompaniment, press the START/STOP button. Alternately, press the FILL1/SYNC or
FILL1/SYNC button, then play the keyboard.
TYPES OF AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT MODE
Single Finger
The Single Finger method makes it easy to produce accompaniment using major, minor, seventh and
minor seventh chords by pressing certain key (according to simple rules) in the left range of the keyboard
(lower than split point). (see the SINGLE FINGER section on page 36)
Fingered
The Fingered method lets you produce automatic accompaniment by playing full chords in the left
range of the keyboard (lower than split point). (see the FINGERED section on page 37)
Full Keyboard
Full keyboard automatically produces appropriate automatic accompaniment for virtually anything
you play on the keyboard, in any range. (see the FULL KEYBOARD section on page 38)
Single Finger
To play Auto Accompaniment to the selected style, press one, two, three or four keys in the left range(below
and including the split point), following the rules described below.
CHORD
EXAMPLE
MAJOR
Pressing just one key produces a full
major chord corresponding to that note.
Play C
Hear a C major
chord
MINOR
Simultaneously pressing any key to the
right of that note results in a full minor
chord.
Play Cm
Hear a C minor
chord
SEVENTH
Similarly, pressing one more key to the
right (three keys in all) produces a full
7th chord.
Play C7
Hear a C 7th chord
MINOR SEVENTH
Pressing a fourth key to the right (four
keys in all) creates a full minor seventh
chord.
Play Cm7
Hear a C minor 7th
chord
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Auto Accompaniment
Fingered
Allows you to play a complete style arrangement when you play three or four fingered chords in the
left range of the keyboard split.
Major: C
Minor: Cm
Dominant 7: C7
Minor 7th: Cm7
Major 7th: CM 7
Augmented: Caug
Diminished: Cdim
Suspended 4: Csus4
Dominant Diminished:C7dim
Dominant Augmented:C7aug
Dominant 7th 5: C7-5
Suspended 2: Csus2
Major 7th Augmented:CM7aug
6th: C6
Minor 6th: Cm6
Add 9th : C9
Minor 7 5: Cm7-5
Minor Major 7th: CmM7
5th: C 5
Minor Add 9th: Cm9
Dominant Sus4: C7sus4
Minor Major 7th 5: CmM7-5
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Auto Accompaniment
Full Keyboard
When the Full Keyboard mode is selected, the piano will automatically creates appropriate accompaniment
while you play just about anything using both hands, anywhere on the keyboard.
You don t have to worry about specifying the accompaniment chords. The name of the detected chord will
appear in the display. (Although Full keyboard is designed to work with many songs, some arrangements
may not be suitable for use with this feature.)
STOPPING THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT
Press the START/STOP button or the INTRO/ENDING button to stop the Auto Accompaniment. You
can also turn off the Auto Accompaniment by pressing the AUTO ACCOMP button (the lamp turns
off).
OR
CHANGING THE SPLIT POINT
Right range and left range for Auto Accompaniment can be divided at any keys.
To assign new split point, hold down the SPLIT button and press a key. (Default F#4)
SPLIT POINT
When Single Finger or Fingered is selected the keyboard is automatically divided into left and right sections.
You must use the left section to play the chords and the right section to play the melody.
SPLIT POINT (F#4)
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Recording
Recording
The piano features comprehensive song recording functions that allow you to record your own
performance. Also your recorded song can be stored into an SD memory card.
RECORDING A SONG
Select the record mode.
Select the desired voice and press the RECORD button, the RECORD lamp lights and the TRACK 1
lamp flashes.
Auto Accompaniment styles can be recorded into the TRACK1. You can also use the LAYER and the
SPLIT functions when you record a song.
Start recording to the track1.
Recording starts when playing the keyboard or pressing the PLAY/STOP button.
Stop recording to the track1.
Recording stops when pressing the PLAY/STOP button again.
The Track2 lamp automatically flashes, and you can record the second part of the song to the Track2.
If you want to hear the recorded song in the Track1, press the TRACK2 button.
Then, flashing lamp of the Track2 stops.
Press the PLAY/STOP button. The recorded song of the Track1 is played.
Start recording to track2.
Recording starts when playing the keyboard or pressing the PLAY/STOP button.
During recording to the Track2, you can listen to the recorded song of the Track1.
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Recording
Stop recording.
Recording stops when pressing the PLAY/STOP button.
PLAYBACK OF THE RECORDER SONG
Playback of the recorded song.
Press the PLAY/STOP button again. The recorded song is played.
To delete the recorded track, press and hold the TRACK button about 2~3 seconds.
To delete the recorded song, press and hold the RECORD button about 2~3 seconds.
Backing Up the recorded song. Even if the power is turned off, the recorded song memory is not deleted.
Return to the play mode.
Press the RECORD button. The Record lamp is turned off.
SAVING A RECORDED SONG INTO AN SD MEMORY CARD
After recording a song, the recorded song can be saved into the SD memory card.
Insert an SD memory card into the SD memory slot.
Supported SD memory cards: This piano cannot support High Speed SD memory
card 'SD HC'
We recommend to use only an SD memory card with this piano.
Proper operation is not guaranteed when any other types of card use.
If there is no SD memory card in the SD memory card slot, the LCD screen shows the
SD card error pop-up display.
Be sure to orient the SD memory card correctly when inserting it.
Never try to force an SD memory card into the SD card slot when you feel resistance.
Never remove the SD memory card from the card slot or turn off the piano while card
data is being accessed by a save, read or load operation. Doing so can corrupt the data
on the memory card or even damage the card slot.
Call up the SD card menu.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. Press the VP PLAYER/SD CARD button.
The LCD screen shows the SD card menu.
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Recording
Call up the save song pop-up display.
Go to the SAVE RECORDED SONG by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons and
press the ENTER button.
The save song pop-up appears.
Save the recorded song into the SD memory card.
Change the big-character in the box by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons and when a desired
character appears in the character box, press the ENTER button.
After selecting first character of your desired song name, you can select the next character. The way
of the selecting character is same as above.
If you finish selecting all characters, select '.' and press the ENTER button.
The saving message pop-up appears. The LCD screen goes to main.
It takes 10~60 seconds to save the recorded song data into the SD memory card. The saving time is depend on the size of
the recorded song data.
Never remove the SD memory card from the card slot or turn off the piano while card data is being accessed by a save, read
or load operation. Doing so can corrupt the data on the memory card or even damage the card slot.
If the same name exists, the error pop-up appears and the recorded song is not saved. In this case, you need to another name.
The song file is save into the 'SONG_DIR' folder in the 'SYSTEM' folder of the SD memory card. These files can be deleted or
copied in your PC.
If the piano does not have any recorded song in the piano memory, After the LCD screen shows the error pop-up display and
goes to main menu. The song data is not saved into the SD memory card.
LOADING A RECORDED SONG FROM THE SD MEMORY CARD
The recorded song can be loaded from the SD memory card.
Insert an SD memory card into the SD memory slot.
See the SAVING THE RECORDED SONG INTO AN SD MEMORY CARD section on page40.
Call up the SD card menu.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. Press the VP PLAYER/SD CARD button.
The LCD screen shows the SD card menu.
Call up the load song pop-up display.
Go to the LOAD RECORDED SONG by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons and press the ENTER button.
The load song pop-up appears.
Load a song data(file).
Select a desired song data(file) in the song list by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons and press the ENTER
button.
The loading song pop-up display appears in the LCD screen.
After loading the song data, the pop-up disappear and the piano is ready to play the recorded song.
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Registration
Registration
A Registration is a particular setup of rhythm, sound, Auto Accompaniment or any other parameters
or features you are using. To change the functions during playing you can store your desired
conditions in one button. And then if you select the button, your desired conditions will be loaded
immediately.
There are 5 Registration pads (1~5).
RECALL A REGISTRATION MEMORY
Press and hold down the RECALL button and press a REGISTRATION button.
STORING A REGISTRATION MEMORY
Press and hold down the STORE button and press a REGISTRATION button.
When a registration memory is stored, the LCD screen shows the registration pop-up display.
SAVING A REGISTRATION DATA INTO AN SD MEMORY CARD
The registration data can be saved into the SD memory card.
Insert an SD memory card into the SD memory slot.
Supported SD memory cards: This piano cannot support High Speed SD memory
card 'SD HC'
We recommend to use only an SD memory card with this piano.
Proper operation is not guaranteed when any other types of card use.
If there is no SD memory card in the SD memory card slot, the LCD screen shows the
SD card error pop-up display.
Be sure to orient the SD memory card correctly when inserting it.
Never try to force an SD memory card into the SD card slot when you feel resistance.
Never remove the SD memory card from the card slot or turn off the piano while card
data is being accessed by a save, read or load operation. Doing so can corrupt the data
on the memory card or even damage the card slot.
Call up the SD card menu.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. Press the VP PLAYER/SD CARD button.
The LCD screen shows the SD card menu.
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Registration
Call up the save registration pop-up display.
Go to the SAVE RECORDED SONG by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons and
press the ENTER button.
The save song pop-up appears.
Save the registration data into the SD memory card.
Change the big-character in the box by using the DATA UP and DOWN buttons and when a desired
character appears in the character box, press the ENTER button.
After selecting first character of your desired song name, you can select the next character. The way
of the selecting character is same as above.
If you finish selecting all characters, select '.' and press the ENTER button.
The saving message pop-up appears. The LCD screen goes to main.
It takes 5~15 seconds to save the registration data into the SD memory card.
Never remove the SD memory card from the card slot or turn off the piano while card data is being accessed by a save, read
or load operation. Doing so can corrupt the data on the memory card or even damage the card slot.
If the same name exists, the error pop-up appears and the registration data is not saved. In this case, you need to use another name.
The registration data file is save into the 'REG_DIR' folder in the 'SYSTEM' folder of the SD memory card. These files can be
deleted or copied in your PC.
LOADING A REGISTRATION DATA FROM THE SD MEMORY CARD
The registration data can be loaded from the SD memory card.
Insert an SD memory card into the SD memory slot.
See the SAVING A REGISTRATION DATA INTO AN SD MEMORY CARD section on page42.
Call up the SD card menu.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. Press the VP PLAYER/SD CARD button.
The LCD screen shows the SD card menu.
Call up the load registration pop-up display.
Go to the LOAD REGISTRATION by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons and press the ENTER button.
The load regist pop-up appears.
Load a registration data(file).
Select a desired registration data(file) in the regist file list by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons and press
the ENTER button.
The loading regist pop-up display appears in the LCD screen.
After loading the regist data, the pop-up disappear and the piano is ready to play the recorded song.
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SMF Player
SMF Player
The letters "SMF" stand for Standard MIDI file, which is a file format that allows MIDI data to be shared
between different software and sequencers. There are actually three SMF formats, named SMF 0, SMF
1 and SMF 2. The piano supports the SMF 0 and SMF 1 format, which are widely used today, and so all
mentions of "SMF data" in this manual refer to SMF 0 format and SMF 1 format.
PLAYBACK OF A STANDARD MIDI FILE
Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot on the piano.
The SD memory card should have SMF data in SMF_FILE folder.
PREPARATION
1) Download SMF(*.mid) to your PC at a music website.
2) Save the SMF to your SD memory card from your PC.
- The SMF should saved into 'SMF_FILE' folder in 'SYSTEM' folder of the SD memory card.
The bundle SD memory card has system folder, which has SMF_FILE folder.
Supported SD memory cards: This piano cannot support High Speed SD memory card 'SD HC'
We recommend to use only an SD memory card with this piano. Proper operation is not
guaranteed when any other types of card use.
Be sure to orient the SD memory card correctly when inserting it.
Never try to force an SD memory card into the SD card slot when you feel resistance.
Never remove the SD memory card from the card slot or turn off the piano while card data is
being accessed by a save, read or load operation. Doing so can corrupt the data on the memory
card or even damage the card slot.
Call up the SD card menu.
Press and hold down the SETUP/KEYPAD button. Press the VP PLAYER/SD CARD button.
The LCD screen shows the SD card menu.
Call up the SMF player pop-up display.
Go to the SMF PLAYER by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons and press the
ENTER button.
The SMF player pop-up appears.
Select an SMF.
Choose a desired SMF by using DATA UP and DOWN buttons.
Including folder 99 files can be stored into the SMF_FILE folder. If you put over 99 files, piano is not supported.
The piano can playback SMFs in the SMF_FILE folder in SYSTEM folder.
It's available to use folders in SMF_FILE folder. The folder can be created in your PC.
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SMF Player
Start Playback of the selected SMF.
Press the PLAY/STOP button. Playback of the selected music will start.
Adjusting volume of the SMF. (Same as the adjusting accompaniment.)
Press and hold the SETUP/KEYPAD button and adjust volume by using the ACCOMP VOLUME UP and DOWN keys .
1) See the ADJUSTING THE ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME section of page 12.
2) Default volume is 65 (Adjusting range: 0 ~ 100).
This function uses MIDI Control message 11(Expression). If the SMF includes this message, this function does
not work correctly.
Converting SMF format 1. When playback of an SMF format 1, it may take 10~60 seconds to convert the SMF.
Adjusting Tempo of the music. Each SMF has its default tempo. When starting playback of a music, tempo of the
Demo music is set to default tempo. Tempo can be changed during playback of the music by using TEMPO UP or
DOWN button.
1) When repeating a Demo music, tempo goes to default tempo.
2) If you press both TEMPO UP and DOWN buttons, tempo is set to default tempo.
Repeat playback of a tune.
Press the TR1/R button during playback of the music. After finishing of the selected music, playback of the same music
will start automatically again.
Playback of ALL tunes.
Press the TR1/A button during playback of the music. After finishing of the selected music, playback of the next music
will start automatically.
Stop playback of a music. Press the PLAY/STOP button.
Local Control (Hidden Function)
Local control refers to the fact that, normally, the piano keyboard controls its internal tone generator,
allowing the internal voices to be played directly from the keyboard.
This situation is called Local Control ON. When the local control is set to off, the keyboard and sound
source are separated and no sound is heard through the piano when playing the keyboard.
However, the data of the keyboard performance is output through MIDI. By setting local control to off,
you can play an external MIDI tone generator from the keyboard of the piano without sounding the
internal voices.
THE LOCAL CONTROL ON/OFF
Press and hold down the KEYPAD button and press RIGHT END KEY(C8) of
keyboard. The pop-up Display shows oFF, the piano does not send the control
signals to local sound generator.
The piano sound can be generated by external MIDI signal.
Press KEYPAD with RIGHT END KEY(C8) again, the Local control will be ON.
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General MIDI Voice & Drum Table
General MIDI Voice & Drum Table
Soprano Saxophone
Alto Saxophone
Tenor Saxophone
Baritone Saxophone
Oboe
English Horn
Basson
Clarinet
Piccolo
Flute
Recorder
Pan Flute
Bottle Blow
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
Square
Sawtooth
Calliope
Chiffer
Charang
Solo Vox
Fifths
Bass Lead
Fantasia
Warm Pad
Poly Synth
Space Vox
Bow Glass
Metal Pad
Halo Pad
Sweep Pad
Ice Rain
Sound Track
Crystal
Atmosphere
Brightness
Goblin
Echo Drop
Star Theme
Sitar
Banjo
Shamishen
Koto
Kalimba
Bagpipe
Fiddle
Shanai
Tinkle Bell
Agogo
Steel Drum
Wood Block
Taiko
Melody Tom
Synth Drum
Reversed Cymbal
Guitar Noise
Breath Noise
Sea Shore
Birds
Telephone
Helicopter
Applause
Gunshot
Piano1
Piano2
Piano3
Honky Tonk
Electric Piano 1
Electric Piano 2
Harpsichord
Clavinet
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Music Box
Vibraphone
Marimba
Xylophone
Tubular Bell
Dulcimer
Electric Organ
Jazz Organ
Rock Organ
Pipe Organ
Reed Organ
Accordion
Harmonica
Bandonion
Nylon Guitar
Steel Guitar
Jazz Guitar
Clean Guitar
Muted Guitar
Drive Guitar
Lead Guitar
Harmonic Guitar
Acoustic Bass
Finger Bass
Pick Bass
Fretless Bass
Slap Bass1
Slap Bass2
Synth Bass1
Synth Bass2
Violin
Viola
Cello
Contra Bass
Tremolo Strings
Pizzicato Strings
Harp
Timpani
Strings
Slow Strings
Synth Strings1
Synth Strings 2
Choir Aahs
Voice Oohs
Synth Voice
Orchestra Hit
Trumpet
Trombone
Tuba
Muted Trumpet
French Horn
Brass Section
Synth Brass1
Synth Brass2
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General MIDI Voice & Drum Table
27 - D#2
28 - E2
29 - F2
30 - F#2
31 - G2
32 - G#2
33 - A2
34 - A#2
35 - B2
36 - C3
37 - C#3
38 - D3
39 - D#3
40 - E3
41 - F3
42 - F#3
43 - G3
44 - G#3
45 - A3
46 - A#3
47 - B3
48 - C4
49 - C#4
50 - D4
51 - D#4
52 - E4
53 - F4
54 - F#4
55 - G4
56 - G#4
57 - A4
58 - A#4
59 - B4
60 - C5
61 - C#5
62 - D5
63 - D#5
64 - E5
65 - F5
66 - F#5
67 - G5
68 - G#5
69 - A5
70 - A#5
71 - B5
72 - C6
73 - C#6
74 - D6
75 - D#6
76 - E6
77 - F6
78 - F#6
79 - G6
80 - G#6
81 - A6
82 - A#6
83 - B7
84 - C8
85 - C#8
86 - D8
87 - D#8
88 - E8
Prog 1
Standard Drum
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Kick drum2/Jazz BD2
Kick drum1/Jazz BD1
Side Stick
Snare Drum1
Hand Clap
Snare Drum 2
Low Floor Tom
Closed Hi Hat [EXC1]
High Floor Tom
Pedal Hi-Hat [EXC1]
Low Tom
Open Hi-Hat [EXC1]
Low-Mid Tom
Hi Mid Tom
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Timbale
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle[EXC2]
Long Whistle[EXC2]
Short Guiro[EXC3]
Long Guiro[EXC3]
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica[EXC4]
Open Cuica[EXC4]
Mute Triangle[EXC5]
Open Triangle[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Belltree
Castanets
Mute Surdo[EXC6]
Open Surdo[EXC6]
Prog 9
Room Drum
Prog 17
Power Drum
Prog 25
Elec. Drum
Prog 26
TR-808
Power Kick
Elec BD
Gated Snare
Elec SD
808 Bass Drum
808 Rim shot
808 Snare Drum
Room Low Tom2
Room Low Tom2
Elec Low Tom2
Room Low Tom1
Room Low Tom1
Elec Low Tom1
Room Mid Tom2
Room Mid Tom2
Elec Mid Tom2
Room Mid Tom1
Room Hi Tom2
Room Mid Tom1
Room Hi Tom2
Elec Mid Tom1
Elec Hi Tom2
Room Hi Tom1
Room Hi Tom1
Elec Hi Tom1
808 Low Tom2
808 CHH[EXC1]
808 Low Tom2
808 CHH[EXC1]
808 Mid Tom2
808 OHH[EXC1]
808 Mid Tom1
808 Hi Tom2
808 Cymbal
808 Hi Tom1
Reverse Cymbal
808 Cowbell
808 High Conga
808 Mid Conga
808 Low Conga
808 Maracas
808 Claves
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General MIDI Voice & Drum Table
#
27 - D#1
28 - E1
29 - F1
30 - F#1
31 - G1
32 - G#1
33 - A1
34 - A#1
35 - B1
36 - C2
37 - C#2
38 - D2
39 - D#2
40 - E2
41 - F2
42 - F#2
43 - G2
44 - G#2
45 - A2
46 - A#2
47 - B2
48 - C3
49 - C#3
50 - D3
51 - D#3
52 - E3
53 - F3
54 - F#3
55 - G3
56 - G#3
57 - A3
58 - A#3
59 - B3
60 - C4
61 - C#4
62 - D4
63 - D#4
64 - E4
65 - F4
66 - F#4
67 - G4
68 - G#4
69 - A4
70 - A#4
71 - B4
72 - C5
73 - C#5
74 - D5
75 - D#5
76 - E5
77 - F5
78 - F#5
79 - G5
80 - G#5
81 - A5
82 - A#5
83 - B5
84 - C6
85 - C#6
86 - D6
87 - D#6
88 - E6
Prog 33
Jazz Drum
Prog 41
Brush Drum
Prog 49
Orchestra
Closed Hi Hat
Pedal Hi-Hat
Open Hi Hat
Ride Cymbal
Jazz BD2
Jazz BD1
Jazz BD2
Jazz BD1
Concert BD 2
Concert BD1
Brush Tap
Brush Slap
Brush Swirl
Concert SD
Castanets
Concert SD
Timpani F
Timpani F#
Timpani G
Timpani G#
Timpani A
Timpani A#
Timpani B
Timpani c
Timpani c#
Timpani d
Timpani d#
Timpani e
Timpani f
Prog 57
SFX 1
Concert Cymbal2
Concert Cymbal1
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High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Guitar Slide
Gt Cut Noise(dw)
Gt Cut Noise (up)
Double Bass Slap
Key Click
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Footsteps1
Footsteps2
Applause
Door Creaking
Door Closing
Scratch
Wind Chime
Car Engine Start
Car Breaking
Car Pass
Car Crash
Police Siren
Train
Jet Take-off
Helicopter
Starship
Gun Shot
Machine gun
Laser gun
Explosion
Dog
Horse Gallop
Birds
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Sea Shore
Stream
Bubble
REMARKS
MIDI Implementation Chart
MIDI Implementation Chart
Function
Recognized
Transmitted
Basic Channel
Default
ALL
1 -3
Mode
Default
OMNI OFF, POLY
OMNI OFF, POLY
Note ON/OFF
9nH kk vv
O
O
Remark
#kk:note ON (0-127)
#vv:velocity (1-127)
Pitch Bender
EnH bi bh
O
O
Maximum swing +/- 1 tone
00
BnH 00H cc
O
X
Bank Select
01
BnH 01H cc
O
X
Modulation Wheel
05
BnH 05H cc
O
X
Portamento Time
06
BnH 06H cc
O
X
Data Entry
07
BnH 07H cc
O
X
Volume
10
BnH 0AH cc
O
X
Pan Out
11
BnH 0BH cc
O
X
Expression
64
BnH 40H cc
O
O
Sustain (Damper) Pedal
65
BnH 41H cc
O
X
Portamento ON/OFF
66
BnH 42H cc
O
O
Sostenuto Pedal
Control
67
BnH 43H cc
O
O
Soft Pedal
Change
80
BnH 80H vv
O
X
Reverb Prog.(vv=00H-70H)
81
BnH 51H vv
O
X
Chorus Prog.
91
BnH 5BH vv
O
O
Reverb Send Level
93
BnH 5DH vv
O
O
Chorus Send Level
120
BnH 78H 00H
O
X
All Sound Off
121
BnH 79H 00H
O
X
Reset All Controller
123
BnH 7BH 00H
O
X
All Notes Off
126
BnH 7EH 00H
O
X
Mono On
127
BnH 7FH 00H
O
X
Poly On
CnH PP
O
O
Sounds/Drum Set List
General MIDI
X
X
Program
Change
System
Exclusive
Reset
O : Yes, X : No
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VP Music Library
VP Music Library
CLASSIC 01 - CHOPIN
GROUP NAME Clssic01
Display
CH001
CH002
CH003
CH004
CH005
CH006
CH007
CH008
CH009
CH010
CH011
CH012
CH013
CH014
CH015
CH016
CH017
CH018
CH019
CH020
CH021
CH022
CH023
CH024
CH025
CH026
CH027
CH028
CH029
CH030
CH031
CH032
CH033
CH034
CH035
CH036
CH037
CH038
CH039
CH040
CH041
CH042
CH043
CH044
CH045
CH046
CH047
CH048
CH049
CH050
Title
Composer
Etude op.10 no.1
Etude op.10 no.2
Etude op.10 no.4
Etude op.10 no.5
Etude op.10 no.6
Etude op.10 no.7
Etude op.10 no.8
Etude op.10 no.9
Etude op.10 no.10
Etude op.10 no.11
Etude op.10 no.12
Etude op.25 no.1
Etude op.25 no.2
Etude op.25 no.3
Etude op.25 no.4
Etude op.25 no.5
Etude op.25 no.6
Etude op.25 no.7
Etude op.25 no.8
Etude op.25 no.9
Etude op.25 no.10
Etude op.25 no.11
Nocturne op.9 no.1
Nocturne op.9 no.2
Nocturne op.15 no.2
Nocturne op.27 no.2
Nocturne op.32 no.1
Nocturne op.37 no.1
Nocturne op.37 no.2
Nocturne op.48 no.1
Nocturne op.55 no.1
Nocturne op.62 no.2
Nocturne op.72 no.1
Sonata op.3 no.3
Sonata op.3 no.4
Mazurka op.6 no.1
Mazurka op.6 no.2
Mazurka op.6 no.3
Mazurka op.6 no.4
Mazurka op.7 no.1
Mazurka op.7 no.2
Mazurka op.7 no.3
Mazurka op.7 no.4
Mazurka op.7 no.5
Mazurka op.17 no.1
Mazurka op.17 no.2
Mazurka op.17 no.3
Mazurka op.17 no.4
Mazurka op.24 no.1
Mazurka op.24 no.2
Chopin, Fryderk
Francuszek
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Mazurka op.24 no.3
Mazurka op.24 no.4
Mazurka op.30 no.1
Mazurka op.30 no.2
Mazurka op.30 no.3
Mazurka op.30 no.4
Mazurka op.33 no.1
Mazurka op.33 no.2
Mazurka op.33 no.3
Mazurka op.33 no.4
Mazurka op.41 no.1
Mazurka op.41 no.2
Mazurka op.41 no.3
Mazurka op.41 no.4
Mazurka op.50 no.1
Mazurka op.50 no.2
Mazurka op.50 no.3
Mazurka op.56 no.1
Mazurka op.56 no.2
Mazurka op.56 no.3
Mazurka op.59 no.1
Mazurka op.59 no.2
Mazurka op.59 no.3
Mazurka op.63 no.1
Mazurka op.63 no.2
Mazurka op.63 no.3
Mazurka op.67 no.1
Mazurka op.67 no.2
Mazurka op.67 no.3
Mazurka op.67 no.4
Mazurka op.68 no.1
Mazurka op.68 no.2
Mazurka op.68 no.3
Mazurka op.68 no.4
Polonaise op.41 no.1
Trois Nouvelles Etude No.1
Scherzo no.1
Scherzo no.2
Scherzo no.3
Waltz op.34 no.1
Waltz op.34 no.2
Waltz op.64 no.1
Waltz op.64 no.2
Waltz op.64 no.3
Waltz op.69 no.2
Waltz op.70 no.2
Waltz op.56
Impromptu - No. 4 c sharp minor
(Fantasie-Impromptu) Op.66
Ballade no. 1 in g minor op.23
Ballade no.2 in F Major, op.38
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Ballade no.3 in A flat Major, op.47
Ballade no.4 in f minor, op.52
Prelude op.28 no.1 in C Major- Agitato
Prelude no.28 no.2 in a minor- Lento
Prelude op.28 no.3 in G Major- Vivace
Prelude op.28 no.4 in e minor- Largo
Prelude op.28 no.5 in D Major- Molto allegro
Prelude op.28 no.6 in b minor- Assai lento
Prelude op.28 no.7 in A Major- Andantino
Prelude op.28 no.8 in f-sharp minor- Molto agitato
Prelude op.28 no.9 in E Major- Largo
Prelude op.28 no.10 in c-sharp minor- Molto allegro
Prelude op.28 no.11 in B Major- Vivace
Prelude op.28 no.12 in g-sharp minor- Presto
Prelude op.28 no.13 in F-sharp Major- Lento
Prelude op.28 no.14 in e-flat minor- Allegro
Prelude op.28 no.15 in D-flat Major- Sostenuto
Prelude op.28 no.16 in b-flat minor- Presto con fuoco
Prelude op.28 no.17 in A-flat Major- Allegretto
Prelude op.28 no.18 in f minor- Molto allegro
Prelude op.28 no.19 in E-flat Major- Vivace
Prelude op.28 no.20 in c minor- Largo
Prelude op.28 no.21 in B-flat Major- Cantabile
Prelude op.28 no.22 in g minor- Molto agitato
Prelude op.28 no.23 in F Major- Moderato
Prelude op.28 no.24 in d minor- Allegro appassionato
Ballade in D major, op.10 no.2
Capriccio in b minor, op.76 no.2
Hungarian Dance no.5 in f sharp mino
Waltzes no.2 in E major
Waltzes no.5 in E major
Waltzes no.6 in C sharp major
Hungarian Dance no.9 in e minor
Waltzes in A flat major, op.39 no.15
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Chopin, Fryderk
Francuszek
Brahms, Johannes
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Piano Sonata no.9 in a minor, KV310
K310-1 (Allegro maestoso)
K310-2 (Andante cantabile con espressione)
K310-3 (Presto)
Piano Sonata no.10 in C major, KV330
K330-1 (Allegro moderato)
K330-2 (Andante cantabile)
K330-3 (Allegretto)
Piano Sonata no.11 in A major, KV331
K331-1 (Andante grazioso, con variazioni)
K331-2 (Minuetto)
K331-3 (Alla turca : Allegretto)
Piano Sonata no.12 in A major, KV332
K332-1 (Allegro)
K332-2 (Adagio)
K332-3 (Allegro assai)
Piano Sonata no.13 in B flat major, KV333
K333-1 (Allegro)
K333-2 (Andante cantabile)
K333-3 (Allegretto grazioso)
Piano Sonata no.14 in c minor, KV457
K457-1 (Allegro)
K457-2 (Adagio)
K457-3 (Molto allegro)
Piano Sonata no.16 in C major, KV545
K545-1 (Allegro)
K545-2 (Andante)
K545-3 (Rondo : Allegro)
Piano Sonata no.18 in B flat major, KV570
K570-1 (Allegro)
K570-2 (Adagio)
K570-3 (Allegretto)
Piano Sonata no.19 in D major, KV576
K576-1 (Allegro)
K576-2 (Adagio)
K576-3 (Allegretto)
BE04
BE05
BE06
BE07
BE08
Fantasia no.3 in d minor, KV397
Fantasia no.4 in c minor, KV475
Variations "Ah! Vous dirai-je, Maman"
Pastorale variee
Romance in A flat major
Rondo in D major, KV485
Sonate no.8 in c minor, op.13 'Pathetique'
Grave - Allegro molto e con brio
Adagio cantabile
Rondo - Allegro
Sonate no.14 in c sharp minor, op.27 no.2 'Moonlight'
Adagio sostenuto
Allegretto
Presto con fuoco
Country Dance no. 1
Rondo a capriccio, op. 129
H01
H02
"The harmonious Blacksmith"
Largo, piano (transcription by other composers)
BE01
BE02
BE03
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Mozart, Wolfgang
Amadeus
Beethoven, Ludwig
van
Handel, Friedrich
Georg
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Debussy, Claude
Achille
D10
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D12
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D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D28
D29
Jardins sous la pluie
Arabesque No.1 in E major
Golliwog's CakeWalk
Images, 1er Livre 1. Reflets dans l'eau
Images, 1er Livre 2. Hommage a Rameau
Images, 1er Livre 3. Mouvement
Preludes (1er Livre)
[selection] Prelude VI (Des pas sur la neige)
Preludes (1er Livre)
[selection] Prelude VIII (La fille aux cheveux de lin)
Preludes (1er Livre)
[selection] Prelude X (La cathedrale engloutie)
Suite bergamesque 1. Prelude
Suite bergamesque 2. Menuet
Suite bergamesque 3. Clair de lune
Suite bergamesque 4. Passepied
Pour le piano 1. Prelude
Pour le piano 2. Sarabande
Pour le piano 3. Toccata
Pour le piano(II) 1. L'isle joyeuse
Pour le piano(II) 2. Masque
Pour le piano(II) 3. La plus que lente
Little pieces 1. Ballade
Little pieces 2. Nocturne
Little pieces 3. Reverie
Little pieces 4. Dance
Petite Suite, for piano 4-hands 1. En Bateau
Petite Suite, for piano 4-hands 2. Cortege
Petite Suite, for piano 4-hands 3. Menuet
Petite Suite, for piano 4-hands 4. Ballet
"The Afternoon of a Fawn" for piano 4-hands
Children's Corner
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F08
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HIN03
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HIN05
HIN06
HIN07
HIN08
HIN09
HIN10
HIN11
HIN12
"Romance sans paroles", in A flat major, op.17 no.1
Barcarolle op.26
Dolly Suite, op.56 - Berceuse
Dolly Suite, op.56 - Mi-a-ou
Dolly Suite, op.56 - Jardin de Dolly
Dolly Suite, op.56 - Kitty Valse
Dolly Suite, op.56 - Tendresse
Dolly Suite, op.56 - Le Pas Espagnole
Massig schnell
Ruhig bewegt
Munter. Schnelle Viertel
Lebhaft, sehr markiert
Schnell. Ganze Takte
Gemachlich
Schnell und wild
Massig schnell
Langsam, ruhig schreitend
Munter, ziemlich lebhaft
Massig schnell
Bewegt
Faure, Gabriel
DV01
Humoresque in G flat major, op.101 no.7
D08
D09
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Hindemith, Paul
Dvorak, Antonin
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Papillon op.2 no.1, Widmung
Scenes from Childhood op.15
From foreign lands and peoples in G major
Blind man's bluff in b min d in D major
Pleasing child in D major
An importan event in A major
Dreaming or Reverie in F major
Knight of the hobbyhorse in C major
Child falling asleep in e minor
The poet speaks in G major
Kreisleriana, op.16 no.7
Klavier in Fughettenform, op.126
Nicht schnell, leise vurzutrgen
Ziemlich langsam, empfindungsvoll vorzutragen
16.Erster Verlust
Etudes 6. In Waltz form
Il bacio (The swan)
My heart at thy .sweet voice
Asturias
Iberia, Book 1 (1907)
1. Evocacion
2. El Puerto
Venetianisches Gondellied, op.19 no.6
Venetianisches Gondellied, op.30 no.6
Duet in A flat major, op.38 no.6
Venetianisches Gondellied, op.62 no.5
Spring song / Frulingslied, op.62 no.6
Spinning song / Spinnerlied, op.67 no.4
Lost illusions in f sharp minor
Rondo Capriccioso in E major op.14
Scherzo in b minor op.16 no.2
Variations serieuses, for piano in d minor, op.54
Auf Flugeln des Gesanges
Miroirs
Noctuelles
Oiseaux tristes
Le Tombeau de Couperin, Suite
Prelude
Fugue
Forlane
Rigaudon
Menuet
Toccata
Pavane pour une infante defunte
Menuet sur le nom d'Haydn
A la maniere de Borodin
A la maniere de Emmanuel Chabrier
Prelude
Ma mere L'oye, Suite
Pavane de la Belle au bois dormant
Petit Poucet
Laideronnette, Imperatrice des Pagodes
Le jardin feerique
Jeux d'eau
Menuet antique
Schumann, Robert
Alexander
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SCHU03
SCHU04
SCHU05
SCHU06
SCHU07
SCHU08
SCHU09
SCHU10
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SCHU12
SCHU13
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ALBEN01
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MEN01
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RA19
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Saint-Saens, Camille
Albeniz, Isaac
Manuel Francisco
Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix
Ravel, Maurice
Joseph
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Fuga g-moll
Piano Sonata Op.7 No.3
1. Allegro con spirito
2. Cantabile e lento
3. Presto
Piano Sonata Op.12 No.2 in Eb Major
1. Presto
2. Largo
3. Assai allegro
Piano Sonata Op.26 No.3 in D Major
1. Presto
2. Un poco andante
3. Assai allegro
Piano Sonata Op.24 No.2 in F Major
1. Allegro con spirito
2. Adagio
3. Rondo - Allegretto con spirito
The little Windmills
Spinnerlie op14-4
The Fair, Op. 101, No. 8
Andante with Variations in f minor, Hob. XVII6 (1793)
Andante with Variations in f minor
Trio
Variation I
Variation II
Finale
Die Muhle
12 Etudes d'execution transcendante (Transcendental Etudes), S 139
Etude Transcendante in d minor, Mazeppa
Une Larme
The flight of the bumble bee (by S. Rachmaninov)
TROIS GYMNOPEDIE
SATIE01 Gymnopedie 1ere
SATIE02 Gymnopedie 2eme
TROIS GNOSSIENNES
SATIE03 Gnossienne 1ere
SATIE04 Gnossienne 3eme
- Harpsichord music 12 Fantasie per clavicembalo (TWV 33)
TELEM01 1. Fantasia
TELEM02 2. Fantasia
TELEM03 3. Fantasia
TELEM04 4. Fantasia
TELEM05 5. Fantasia
TELEM06 6. Fantasia
TELEM07 7. Fantasia
TELEM08 8. Fantasia
TELEM09 9. Fantasia
TELEM10 10. Fantasia
TELEM11 11. Fantasia
TELEM12 12. Fantasia
Anonymous
Clementi, Muzio
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CLE02
CLE03
CLE04
CLE05
CLE06
CLE07
CLE08
CLE09
CLE10
CLE11
CLE12
COUP01
ELMEN01
GURLI01
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HAYD02
HAYD03
HAYD04
HAYD05
JEN01
LIST01
MUSS01
RIM01
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SATIE02
SATIE03
SATIE04
TELEM01
TELEM02
TELEM03
TELEM04
TELEM05
TELEM06
TELEM07
TELEM08
TELEM09
TELEM10
TELEM11
TELEM12
TCHAI01
TCHAI02
TCHAI03
4. Mama
13.Kamarinskaya
16.Old French Air
Couperin, Francois
Ellmenreich, Albert
Gurlitt, Cornelius
Haydn, Franz Joseph
Jensen A.
Liszt, Franz
Mussorgsky, Modest
Rimsky, Korsakov
Satie, Erik
Telemann, Georq
Philipp
Tchaikovsky, Peter
Ilich
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-Harpsichord or Clavichord worksPreambulum in C major, BWV924
Preambulum in D major, BWV925
Prelude in d minor, BWV926
Preambulum in F major, BWV927
Prelude in F major, BWV928
Trio Prelude in g minor, BWV929
Preambulum in g minor, BWV930
Prelude in C major, BWV933
Prelude in c minor, BWV934
Prelude in d minor, BWV935
Prelude in D major, BWV936
Prelude in E major, BWV937
Prelude in e minor, BWV938
Prelude in C major, BWV939
Prelude in d minor, BWV940
Prelude in e minor, BWV941
Prelude in a minor, BWV942
Prelude in C major, BWV943
¡ØTwo-Voice Inventions¡Ø
Invention in C major, BWV772
Invention in c minor, BWV773 [Canon]
Invention in D major, BWV774
Invention in d minor, BWV775
Invention in E flat major, BWV776
Invention in E major, BWV777
Invention in e minor, BWV778
Invention in F major, BWV779
Invention in f minor, BWV780
Invention in G major, BWV781 [Fugue]
Invention in g minor, BWV782 [Double-Fugue]
Invention in A major, BWV783
Invention in a minor, BWV784
Invention in B flat major, BWV785
Invention in h minor, BWV786 [Fugue]
¡ØThree-Voice Sinfonias¡Ø
Sinfonia in C major, BWV 787 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in c minor, BWV 788 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in D major, BWV 789 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in d minor, BWV 790 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in E flat major, BWV 791 [Two parts Fugue]
Sinfonia in E major, BWV792 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in e minor, BWV793 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in F major, BWV794 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in f minor, BWV795 [Triple-Fugue]
Sinfonia in G major, BWV796 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in g minor, BWV797 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in A major, BWV798 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in a minor, BWV799 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in B flat major, BWV800 [Fugue]
Sinfonia in h minor, BWV801 [Two voice]
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Bach, Johann
Sebastian
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BA2-02
BA2-03
BA2-04
-Harpsichord or Clavichord works(Four Duettos) Duettos from 'Clavier Ubung' III
Duette I in e minor, BWV802
Duette II in F major, BWV803
Duette III in G major, BWV804
Duette IV in a minor, BWV805
BA2-05
BA2-06
BA2-07
BA2-08
BA2-09
BA2-10
BA2-11
- English Suites (from BWV 806 to BWV 811)
Suite in A major, BWV 806
I. Prelude
II. Allemande
III. Courante
IV. Courante II - Double I & II
V. Sarabande
VI. Bourree I & II
VII. Gigue
BA2-12
BA2-13
BA2-14
BA2-15
BA2-16
BA2-17
Suite in a minor, BWV 807
I. Prelude
II. Allemande
III. Courante
IV. Sarabande
V. Bourree I & II
VI. Gigue
BA2-18
BA2-19
BA2-20
BA2-21
BA2-22
BA2-23
Suite in g minor, BWV 808
I. Prelude
II. Allemande
III. Courante
IV. Sarabande
V. Gavotte
VI. Gigue
BA2-24
BA2-25
BA2-26
BA2-27
BA2-28
BA2-29
BA2-30
Suite in F Major, BWV 809
I. Prelude
II. Allemande
III. Courante
IV. Sarabande
V. Menuett I
VI. Menuett II
VII. Gigue
BA2-31
BA2-32
BA2-33
BA2-34
BA2-35
BA2-36
BA2-37
Suite in e minor, BWV 810
I. Prelude
II. Allemande
III. Courtante
IV. Sarabande
V. Passepied I
VI. Passepied I Da Capo
VII. Gigue
BA2-38
BA2-39
BA2-40
BA2-41
BA2-42
BA2-43
Suite in d minor, BWV 811
I. Prelude
II. Allemande
III. Courante
IV. Sarabande
V. Gavotte I & II
VI. Gigue
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Bach, Johann
Sebastian
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BA3-02
BA3-03
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-Harpsichord or Clavichord works- French Suites
Suite in c minor, BWV 813
I. Allemande
II. Courante
III. Sarabande
IV. Menuett I
V. Menuett II
VI. Gigue
BA3-07
BA3-08
BA3-09
BA3-10
BA3-11
BA3-12
Suite in h minor, BWV 814
I. Allemande
II. Courante
III. Sarabande
IV. Menuett - Trio
V. Anglaise
VI. Gigue
BA3-13
BA3-14
BA3-15
BA3-16
BA3-17
BA3-18
BA3-19
Suite in E flat major, BWV 815
I. Allemande
II. Courante
III. Sarabande
IV. Menuett
V. Gavotte
VI. Air
VII. Gigue
BA3-20
BA3-21
BA3-22
BA3-23
BA3-24
BA3-25
BA3-26
BA3-27
Suite in E major, BWV 817
I. Allemande
II. Courante
III. Sarabande
IV. Gavotte
V. Polonaise
VI. Menuett
VII. Bourre
VIII. Gigue
BA3-28
-Pipe OrganPraludium und Fuge in B BWV560
BA3-29
BA3-30
BA3-31
-Harpsichord or Clavichord works(Separated pieces of Suites)
Allemanda, BWV835
Minuetto in G major, BWV841
Scherzo, BWV844
BA3-32
BA3-33
BA3-34
BA3-35
(Clavierbuchlein II fur Anna Magdalena)
Polonese in d minor
Solo per il Cembalo in E flat major
Polonese in G major
Minuetto in d minor
BA3-36
Fantasia in c minor, BWV919
BA3-37
BA3-38
BA3-39
BA3-40
-Piano works15 Symphonien 1
15 Symphonien 6
Wohltemperriertes Klavier-Pledudio 1
Wohltemperriertes Klavier-Fugal
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Bach, Johann
Sebastian
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JE0008
JE0009
JE0010
JE0011
JE0012
JE0013
JE0014
JE0015
JE0016
JE0017
JE0018
JE0019
JE0020
JE0021
JE0022
JE0023
JE0024
JE0025
JE0026
JE0027
JE0028
JE0029
JE0030
JE0031
JE0032
JE0033
JE0034
JE0035
JE0036
JE0037
JE0038
JE0039
JE0040
JE0041
JE0042
JE0043
JE0044
JE0045
JE0046
JE0047
JE0048
JE0049
JE0050
Title/Artist
Blues in C - Fuller, L
Good Bait - Damer.,Basie
Love walked in - Gershwin
In a mellowtone - Duke Ellington
Satin doll - Duke Ellington
It don't mean a thing - Duke Ellington
Take Five
Carnival - Banfa, L.
Someday my prince will come - Churchill
Blues in F - Ganon, O
Falling for you - Ganon, O
So nice - Ganon, O
I said it before - Ganon, O
Night Breeze - Ganon, O
Cherokee (Miles Black ver.) - Noble Ray
The Rose - McBroom, A.
The shadow of your smile - Mandel, J.
Days of wine and roses - Mancini
Come rain or come shine - Mercer, Arlen
Wind Beneath my wings - Henley,Silb.
Old Devil Moon - Harb.,Lane
Easy to Love - Porter, Cole
I Concentrate on You - Porter, Cole
I Get a Kick out of you - Porter, Cole
I Love You (Accompaniment) - Porter, Cole
Night and Day - Porter, Cole
You'd be so nice to come home to - Porter, Cole
Easy Living - Rainger
Falling in Love with Love - Rodgers/Hart
Have you met miss Jones - Rodgers/Hart
I didn't know what time it was (Accompaniment) - Rodgers/Hart
I didn't know what time it was - Rodgers/Hart
My funny Valentine (Accompaniment) - Rodgers/Hart
When your lover has gone - Swan, E.A.
There is no greater love - Symes/Jones
Here's That Rainy Day (Larry Fuller Version) - Van Heusen
Polka Dots and Moonbeams (Accomp. Version) - Van Heusen
The More I see you (Accompaniment) - Warren, H.
September in the Rain (Accompaniment) - Warren/Dubin
I want to be Happy - Youm./Caesar
Abstraction Blue [For Georgia O'Keeffe] - Renee Rosnes
50's Cha-cha - Rebeca Mauleon-Santana
Afternoon in Carmel - Miles Black
The Low Road - Brad Turner
Pieces of Sky - Miles Black
Pastels - Ron Johnston
Caller #9 - Brad Turner
Lexicon - Renee Rosnes
Little P.A. - Brad Turner
Moderno Blues - Miles Black
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JAZZ 02 - Ensemble
GROUP NAME JAZZ02
Display
JE0051
JE0052
JE0053
JE0054
JE0055
JE0056
JE0057
JE0058
JE0059
JE0060
JE0061
JE0062
JE0063
JE0064
JE0065
JE0066
JE0067
JE0068
JE0069
JE0070
JE0071
JE0072
JE0073
JE0074
JE0075
JE0076
JE0077
JE0078
JE0079
JE0080
JE0081
JE0082
JE0083
JE0084
JE0085
JE0086
JE0087
JE0088
JE0089
JE0090
JE0091
JE0092
JE0093
JE0094
JE0095
JE0096
JE0097
JE0098
JE0099
JE0100
Title/Artist
Devonitely - Ron Johnston
Devon's Delight - Ron Johnston
Dublin - Ron Johnston
Filomena - Ron Johnston
Flying Duck - Miles Black
For the Moment - Renee Rosnes
Gift of Love - Ron Johnston
Girlie's World - Renee Rosnes
Gotham - Brad Turner
I.A. Blues - Renee Rosnes
Lifewish - Renee Rosnes
Lookout - Miles Black
Mizmahta - Renee Rosnes
One For Walton - Renee Rosnes
One Look - Brad Turner
Pale Moon - Miles Black
One World - Renee Rosnes
Orion's Belt - Renee Rosnes
Robin - Ron Johnston
Roxy - Brad Turner
Sixth Sense - Ron Johnston
Snakes & Ladders - Miles Black
Something Like - Miles Black
Song for PJ - Miles Black
Summerset - Miles Black
The Gift - Renee Rosnes
The Land of Five Rivers - Renee Rosnes
A Foggy Day
Cloudy Day Blues - Miles Black
Cafe in Paris - Miles Black
Flippin' and a Flyin - Miles Black
Gone With the Dawn - Miles Black
Good Cookin' - Miles Black
Gypsy Blues - Miles Black
A Noro - Son Traditi
Afro-Cuban Mood - Rebeca Mauleon-Santana
Lazy Evening Blues - Miles Black
Rockin' My Soul - Miles Black
Solo T U - Bolero
Mambo for One - Mambo Latin
Peruchineando - Son Traditi
Batucada Pra Voce - Batucada
Batu-Salsa - Batucada
Blue Cha-cha - Cha-cha-ch
Bomb tico - Bomba
Bossa Me - Bossa Nova
Afro a Cuatro - Rebeca Mauleon Santana
Baila Rumberita - Rebeca Mauleon-Santana
Bata-Montuno - Mambo Latin
Cafe Ole - Mambo Latin
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JAZZ 03 - Ensemble
GROUP NAME JAZZ03
Display
JE0101
JE0102
JE0103
JE0104
JE0105
JE0106
JE0107
JE0108
JE0109
JE0110
JE0111
JE0112
JE0113
JE0114
JE0115
JE0116
JE0117
JE0118
JE0119
JE0120
JE0121
JE0122
JE0123
JE0124
JE0125
JE0126
JE0127
JE0128
JE0129
JE0130
JE0131
JE0132
JE0133
JE0134
JE0135
JE0136
JE0137
JE0138
JE0139
JE0140
JE0141
JE0142
Title/Artist
Congarama - Conga
Descargando - Mambo Latin
Three 2 Samba - Samba
Trio Para Noro - Son Contemp
Trio Uno - Bolero
West Coast Cha-cha - Cha cha cha
Nueva York Mambo - Guaracha La
Pachanga - Pachanga
Funky Son cha - Son Montuno
Gitanita - Rumba Flamen
Good Bye Bossa - Bossa Nova
Dile a Fulana - Son-Montuno
Funky Mambo - Mambo Latin
Songomania - Songo
Las Guajiritas - Guajira
In a Groove - 6.8
La Batidora - Merengue
La Jefa - Guaracha La
El Paname - Danza
Mambo Mulato - Mambo Latin
Minor Details - Mambo Latin
Mi Partido - Partido Alto
Partidido Felicidad - Partido Alto
Sonando - Son Traditi
Samba Rose - Samba
Sabroso - Descarga Sa
Plenera - Plena
Montuneando - Son-Montuno
Mi Cumbia - Cumbia128 Montuneando - Son-Montuno
Merengation - Merengue
Danza for One - Danza
I Got Calypso - Calyspo-son
As We Are Now - Renee Rosnes
Come To Me - Ron Johnston
Donna Lee - Charlie Parker
Blues for Alice - Charlie Parker
Dear Old Stockholm - Charlie Parker
Shaw "Nuff - Charlie Parke
Ornithology - Charlie Parker
Black Diamond - Bill Evans
Hideout - David Sanborn
Maputo - David Sanborn
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JAZZ 04 - Piano Solo
GROUP NAME JAZZ04
Display
JS0001
JS0002
JS0003
JS0004
JS0005
JS0006
JS0007
JS0008
JS0009
JS0010
JS0011
JS0012
JS0013
JS0014
JS0015
JS0016
JS0017
JS0018
JS0019
JS0020
JS0021
JS0022
JS0023
JS0024
JS0025
JS0026
JS0027
JS0028
JS0029
JS0030
JS0031
JS0032
JS0033
JS0034
JS0035
JS0036
JS0037
JS0038
JS0039
JS0040
JS0041
JS0042
JS0043
JS0044
JS0045
JS0046
JS0047
JS0048
JS0049
JS0050
Title/Artist
Oh lady be good - Gershwin
Someone to watch over me - Gershwin
The man I love - Gershwin
They can't take that away from me - Gershwin
Nice work if you can get it - Gershwin
I god it bad
Mood Indigo - Duke Allington
Blues for Dr.John - Black, Miles
Boogie Blues - Black, Miles
Don't get around much anymore - Duke Ellington
Hey there - Adler,, Ross
In a Sentimental Mood - Duke Ellington
Prelude to a Kiss - Duke Ellington
Arthur's Theme - Bacharach
Gentle Rain - Bonfa, L.
Ray's Mood - Black, Miles
I left my heart is San Francisco - Cross, cory
Bill Bailey - Canon, H
East of the Sun - Bowman
I'm Walkin - Batholomew
Melancholy Baby - Burn., Norton
Misty - Erroll Garner
Brooklyn - Ganon, O
Jay's Blues - Ganon, O
Search - Ganon, O
Warm - Ganon, O
Santa Marta - Ganon, O
Then came September - Ganon, O
Blue in Green - Davis, Miles
Nardis - Davis, Miles
Begin the Beguine - Porter, Cole
Autumn Leaves - Joseph Kosma
How about you - Freed,,Lane
You go to my head - Gill.,,Goots
Secret Love - Fain,,Webster
Angle Eyes - Dennis, M.
I'll remember April - Raye, Depaul
I can't get started - Duke Vern
New york New york - Ebb,,Kander
Wave - Jobim A.C.
Triste - Jobim A.C.
Indian Summer - Herb., Dubin
A child is born - Jones, Thad
After you've gone - Layton
As time goes by - Hupfield, H.
Poor Butterfly - Hubbell
The way we were - Hamlish, M
Once in a while - Green, Edward
Don't blame me - McHugh, J.
Emily - Mandel, J
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JAZZ 05 - Piano Solo
GROUP NAME JAZZ05
Display
JS0051
JS0052
JS0053
JS0054
JS0055
JS0056
JS0057
JS0058
JS0059
JS0060
JS0061
JS0062
JS0063
JS0064
JS0065
JS0066
JS0067
JS0068
JS0069
JS0070
JS0071
JS0072
JS0073
JS0074
JS0075
JS0076
JS0077
JS0078
JS0079
JS0080
JS0081
JS0082
JS0083
JS0084
JS0085
JS0086
JS0087
JS0088
JS0089
JS0090
JS0091
JS0092
JS0093
JS0094
JS0095
JS0096
JS0097
JS0098
JS0099
JS0100
Title/Artist
Grow worm - Lincke
What are you doing the rest of your life - LeGrande, M.
My one and only love - Mellin, Wood
Green dolphin street - Kaper, B.
People - Merill,Styne
Young and foolish - Horw.,Hague
Sweet Georgia Brown (Lou Stein Ver.) - Pinkard
Sweet Georgia Brown (Miles Black Ver.) - Pinkard.B.
Begin the Beguine - Porter, Cole
It's All Right with me - Porter, Cole
Laura (Larry Fuller Ver.) - Raksin, D.
Laura (Ron Johnston Ver.) - Raksin, D.
I could write a Book - Rodgers/Hart
My funny Valentine - Rodgers/Hart
Spring is Here (Version 1) - Rodgers/Hart
Spring is Here (Version 2) - Rodgers/Hart
This can't be Love - Rodgers/Hart
Where or when - Rodgers/Hart
Blues in Bb - Sigerson, C.
Ebb Tide (2 Versions) - Sigman
You made me love me
I should care - Stordahl
Evergreen - Str/Williams
Take the "A" Train (Shris Sigerson Version) - Strayhorn, B
Take the "A" Train (Larry Fuller Version) - Stayhorn, B
Frankie and Johnny - Traditional
Danny boy - Unknown
But Beautiful - Van Heusen
Here's That Rainy Day (Ron Johnston Version) - Van Heusen
Imagination - Van Heusen
Like Someone in Love - Van Heusen
Polka Dots and Moonbeams (Chris Sigerson V) - Van Heusen
Stella by Starlight - Young, V.
The More I see you - Warren, H.
There sill never be another you - Warren, H.
September in the Rain - Warren/Dubin
Can't Help falling in love with you - Weiss/Crea.
When I fall in Love - You./Heyman
Tea for Two - Youm./Caesar
Nine Point Five Blues - Butler, Henry
After Dinner Blues - Butler, Henry
Bar Code Boogie - Butler, Henry
Boogie for Jerry Lee - Butler, Henry
Blue Waltz - Butler, Henry
Do You Really Love me - Butler, Henry
E Pluribus Blunum - Butler, Henry
A Little Naive - Brad Turner
Autumn Nocturnal - Miles Black
Be the One - Miles Black
Mididad - Ron Johnston
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JAZZ 06 - Piano Solo
GROUP NAME JAZZ06
Display
JS0101
JS0102
JS0103
JS0104
JS0105
JS0106
JS0107
JS0108
JS0109
JS0110
JS0111
JS0112
JS0113
JS0114
JS0115
JS0116
JS0117
JS0118
JS0119
JS0120
JS0121
JS0122
JS0123
JS0124
JS0125
JS0126
JS0127
JS0128
JS0129
JS0130
JS0131
JS0132
JS0133
JS0134
JS0135
JS0136
Title/Artist
Moon Walk - Miles Black
Out of the Valley - Brad Turner
Tomorrow's Tune - Miles Black
Understanding Standing Under - Miles Black
Native Colours - Renee Rosnes
C Boogie - Doc Fingers
Cakewalk - Doc Fingers
Cal's Shuffle - Doc Fingers
Carl's Blues
Cool Minor - Paquette, D.
Friday Night in the Faubourg - Butler, Henry
Walkin' Home - Doc Fingers
Lucky Sevens - Butler, Henry
Lurchin - Doc Fingers
No Worries - Paquette, D.
Everybody's Havin' Fun - Butler, Henry
Latest Gossip Blues - Butler, Henry
Let Me Be - Butler, Henry
Living Room Waltz - Butler, Henry
Midnight Mambo - Butler, Henry
Mineralogy - Butler, Henry
Sadie Ida & Billie - Paquette, D.
Shades of Booker - Butler, Henry
Steal the Feel - Paquette, D.
Still Young at Fifty - Butler, Henry
The Henry Did It - Butler, henry
The Movin' On Blues - Doc Fingers
The Possum - Paquette, D.
eeny Blues - Doc Fingers
The Mississippi Stomp - Doc Fingers
The Red Light Blues - Doc Fingers
Nutria Suite Blues - Butler, Henry
Sour Milk Boogie - Butler, Henry
Reunion Blues - Butler, Henry
The Shingle Stomp - Doc Fingers
Sweet 46 - Butler, Henry
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GOSPEL
GROUP NAME GOSPEL
Display
GE0001
GE0002
GE0003
GE0004
GE0005
GE0006
GE0007
GE0008
GE0009
GE0010
GE0011
GE0012
GE0013
GE0014
GE0015
GE0016
GE0017
GE0018
GE0019
GE0020
GE0021
GE0022
GE0023
GE0024
GE0025
GE0026
GPS0001
GPS0002
GPS0003
GPS0004
GPS0005
GPS0006
GPS0007
GPS0008
GPS0009
GPS0010
GPS0011
GPS0012
GPS0013
GPS0014
GPS0015
GPS0016
GPS0017
GPS0018
GPS0019
GPS0020
GPS0021
Title
Amazing Grace
How Great Thou Art
Holy, Holy, Holy
Oh! Happy Day
Crying in the Chapel
I Believe
Blessed Assurance
He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
What a Friend We Have in Jesus
When the Saints Go Marching In
Abide With Me
Crown Him With Many Crowns
Will the Circle Be Unbroken
I Saw The Light
Just As I Am
Turn, Turn, Turn
Rock of Ages
I Surrender All
Onward Christian Soldiers
Michael Row the Boat Ashore
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
My Sweet Lord
Wings of a Dove
Savior Like a Shepherd.
Anyway You Bless Me
Awesome God
Amen
Are you washed in the Blood
Day of Redemption
Medley (patriotic, including Truth Marching On)
Praise Him
Silent Night
Trust and Obey
Jesus Loves Me (version 1)
Everytime I feel the spirit
I shall not be moved
Give me that old time religion
God be with you
Great is Thy faithfulness
His eye is on the sparrow
I want to be
Jesus loves me (version2)
Lords prayer
When the saints go marchin' in
Revive us again
Then my living shall not be in vain
What a friend we have in Jesus
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HOLIDAY
GROUP NAME HOLIDAY
Display
CAE001
CAE002
CAE003
CAE004
CAE005
CAE006
CAE007
CAE008
CAE009
CAE010
CAE011
CAE012
CAE013
CAE014
CAE015
CAE016
CAE017
CAE018
CAE019
CAE020
CAE021
CAE022
CAE023
CAE024
CAS001
CAS002
CAS003
CAS004
CAS005
CAS006
CAS007
CAS008
CAS009
CAS010
CAS011
CAS012
CAS013
CAS014
Title
God Rest
It's Beginning
Happy X-mas
Silent Night
Ding Dong Merrily
Do You Hear
Santa Claus
Sleigh Ride
The Sleigh Ride
Silver Sleigh Bells
O Tannenbaum
Linus and Lucy
Jolly Jingles
Christmas is Comming
Auld Lang Syne;
Frosty the Snowman;
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing;
Jingle Bell Rock;
Jingle Bells;
Joy to The World;
Let it Snow;
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer;
Silver Bells;
The First Noel.
Good King
Let it Snow
Christmas Tree
Silent Night Version 1
Silent Night Version 2
Silver Bells
Santa Claus is Comin' To Town
Reindeer Rag
I Think of Home and Mother When It's Christmas Time
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Mistletoe Waltzes
Jingle Bells or the One Horse Open Sleigh
Christmas Chimes
Christmas Bells
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CONTEMPORARY MUSIC PIANO 01
GROUP NAME CPiano01
Display
CP01
CP02
CP03
CP04
CP05
CP06
CP07
CP08
CP09
CP10
CP11
CP12
CP13
CP14
CP15
CP16
CP17
CP18
CP19
CP20
CP21
CP22
CP23
CP24
CP25
CP26
CP27
CP28
CP29
CP30
CP31
CP32
CP33
CP34
CP35
CP36
CP37
CP38
CP39
CP40
CP41
CP42
CP43
CP44
CP45
CP46
CP47
CP48
CP49
CP50
Title
Lake louise - Yuki Guramoto
Romance - Yuki Guramoto
A Song from Secret Garden - Secret Garden
Variation on the Canon - Pachelbel
Seol Rae Im - Kim Kwang Min
April Rain
Arizona Trail
Ascencion
Autumn Leaves
Cassandra
Castles
Celtic Skies
Chakra
Cold Horizon
Country Chapel
Destiny
Dreamsong
East of Mauritius
El Escorial
Evening Bells
Faerie
Fairytales
Far Above
Fuchsia
Giants
Gypsy Tears
Highland
Ice Demons
Ireland
Isle of Dreams
Kalahari
Koto
La Pluie
Lake Athabaska
Midnight
Minuet
Moments Linger
New Orleans
Once We Knew the Words
Pomegranate Flower
Prairle Morning
Rainbow Sky
Reflections
Ribbon of Dreams
Rites of Spring
Rooms Within
Sara's Song
Saudi
Sea Voyage
Search
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CONTEMPORARY MUSIC PIANO 02
GROUP NAME CPiano02
Display
CP51
CP52
CP53
CP54
CP55
CP56
CP57
CP58
CP59
CP60
CP61
CP62
CP63
CP64
CP65
CP66
CP67
CP68
CP69
CP70
CP71
CP72
CP73
CP74
CP75
Title
Shoji
Skyward
So Long, Miguel
Sophia
Sorceror's Assistant
Spirit Quest
Spring
Spyral Gyral
Sundance
Swan Song
The Promise
The River
The Strand
The Sun Rose Tomorrow
Tibet
Tocatta
Topaz
Totem
Under the Southern Cross
Whirlpools
Winter of Our Love
Within
Celtic Skies
Ice Petals
Country Detour
Original Sound Track
GROUP NAME OST
Display
OSTS01
OSTS02
OSTS03
OSTS04
OSTS05
OSTS06
OSTS07
OSTS08
OSTS09
OSTS10
OSTS11
OSTS12
OSTE01
OSTE02
OSTE03
OSTE04
OSTE05
OSTE06
Title/Artist
Love Afair - Ennio Morricone
A Winter Story - Remedios
Korean film 'Dong Kam' OST - Lee Wook-hyen
Main Title From Return of The Jedi - John Williams
Forrest Gump main title - Alan Silvestri
Truman Sleeps 'the Trueman Show'
The James Bond Theme - Monty Norman
STAR WARS 'The Empire Strikes Back' Main Theme - John Williams
When She Loved Me 'Toy Story 2'
Chariots of Fire Main Theme - Vangelis
Imperial March from 'Star Wars' - John Williams
Love Story
My Heart Will Go On - 'Titanic' OST
Moon river - 'Tiffany's' OST
You Must Love Me - Evita OST - Andrew Lloyd Webber
Bubble Bubble - Game 'Bubble Bubble' Thema
Super Mario - Game 'Super Mario' Thema
007 Thema
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Ragtime 1
GROUP NAME RAGTIME1
Display
RAG001
RAG002
RAG003
RAG004
RAG005
RAG006
RAG007
RAG008
RAG009
RAG010
RAG011
RAG012
RAG013
RAG014
RAG015
RAG016
RAG017
RAG018
RAG019
RAG020
RAG021
RAG022
RAG023
RAG024
RAG025
RAG026
RAG027
RAG028
RAG029
RAG030
RAG031
RAG032
RAG033
RAG034
RAG035
RAG036
RAG037
RAG038
RAG039
RAG040
RAG041
RAG042
RAG043
RAG044
RAG045
RAG046
RAG047
RAG048
RAG049
RAG050
Title/Artist
A Breeze From Alabama (1902) - Scott Joplin
Scott Joplin's New Rag (1912) - Scott Joplin
Cleopha - March & Two Step (1902) - Scott Joplin
Searchlight Rag (1907) - Scott Joplin
Elite Syncopations (1902) - Scott Joplin
Fig Leaf Rag (1908) - Scott Joplin
Maple Leaf Rag (1899) - Scott Joplin
Paragon Rag (1909) - Scott Joplin
Reflection Rag (1917) - Scott Joplin
The Entertainer (1902) - Scott Joplin
The Easy Winners (1901) - Scott Joplin
Sugar Cane Rag (1908) - Scott Joplin
Climax Rag (1914) - James Scott
Grace and Beauty (1909) - James Scott
Honey Moon Rag (1916) - James Scott
Ophelia Rag (1910) - James Scott
Peace and Plenty Rag (1919) - James Scott
Paramount Rag (1917) - James Scott
Pegasus - A Classic Rag (1920) - James Scott
Prosperity Rag (1916) - James Scott
Quality - A High Class Rag (1911) - James Scott
Rag Sentimental (1918) - James Scott
Sunburst Rag (1909) - James Scott
The Suffragette Waltz (1914) - James Scott
Victory Rag (1921) - James Scott
Chevy Chase (1914) - James Hubert (Eubie) Blake
The Charleston Rag (1899.1917) - James Hubert (Eubie) Blake
Contentment Rag (1915) - Joseph Lamb
Cum Bac Rag (1911) - Charles L. Johnson
Dill Pickles Rag (1906) - Charles L. Johnson
Powder Rag (1908) - Charles L. Johnson
Sweetness Rag (1912) - Charles L. Johnson
Frog-I-More Rag (1918) - Ferdinand(Jelly-Roll) Morton
Original Jelly Roll Blues (1915) - Ferdinand(Jelly-Roll) Morton
The Black Cat Rag (1905) - Frank Wooster&Ethyl B.Smith
A Ragtime Nightmare (1900) - Tom Turpin
Harlem Rag (1897) - Tom Turpin
Pan Am Rag (1914) - Tom Turpin
The Saint Louis Rag (1903) - Tom Turpin
Reindeer Rag (1915) - Joseph Lamb
Sensation - A Rag (1908) - Joseph Lamb
Top Liner Rag (1916) - Joseph Lamb
American Beauty Rag (1913) - Joseph Lamb
Bohemia Rag (1919) - Joseph Lamb
Champagne Rag (1910) - Joseph Lamb
Cleopatra Rag (1915) - Joseph Lamb
The Smiler (1907) - Percy Wenrich
The Thriller! Rag (1909) - May Aufderheide
Tickled to Death (1899) - Charles Hunter
Castle House Rag (1914) - James Reese Europe
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Ragtime 2
GROUP NAME RAGTIME2
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Title/Artist
RAG051
RAG052
RAG053
RAG054
RAG055
RAG056
RAG057
RAG058
RAG059
RAG060
RAG061
RAG062
RAG063
RAG064
RAG065
RAG066
RAG067
RAG068
RAG069
RAG070
RAG071
RAG072
RAG073
RAG074
RAG075
Cataract Rag (1914) - Robert Hampton
Chicken Chowder (1905) - Irene Giblin
Dengozo (Brazilian Maxixe) (1914) - Ernesto Nazareth
Desecration (Rag Humoresque) (1914) - Felix Arndt
Dusty Rag (1908) - May Aufderheide
Felix Rag (1910) - H.H.McSkimming
Greenwich Witch (1921) - Zez Confrey
Holy Moses Rag by Cy Seymour
Hot House Rag (1914) - paul Pratt
Jungle Time Rag (1909) - E.Philip Severin
Key-Stone Rag (1921) - Willie Anderson
Kinklets, Two Step (1906) - Arthur Marshall
Kitten on the Keys (1921) - Zez Confrey
That Demon Rag by Russell Smith (1912)
Pasquinade (caprice) by Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1870)
Pianoflage by Roy Bargy (1922)
Possum Rag by Geraldyne Dobyns (1907)
Russian Rag (Rockies Rag) by George L. Cobb (1918)
Sapho Rag by J. Russel Robinson (1909)
Sleepy Hollow Rag by Clarence Woods (1918)
The Black and White Rag by George Botsford(1908)
Majestic Rag by Ben Rawls & Royal Neel (1914)
The Lion Tamer Rag by Mark Janza (1913)
Twelfth Street Rag by Euday L. Bowman (1914)
Wild Cherries Rag by Ted Snyder (1908)
WEDDING
GROUP NAME WEDDING
Display
WED001
WED002
WED003
WED004
WED005
WED006
WED007
Title/Artist
Brautchor - Wilhelm Richard Wagner
Hochzeitsmarsch - Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Brindisi - Giuseppe Fortunio Francesco Verdi
Jingle1 - Kouichi Hashimoto
Jingle2 - Kouichi Hashimoto
Fanfare1
Fanfare2
CHILDRESN'S
GROUP NAME CHILDREN
Display
CHR01
CHR02
CHR03
CHR04
CHR05
CHR06
CHR07
CHR08
CHR09
CHR10
CHR11
CHR12
Title
The Ants Go Marching
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
Bingo
Humpty Dumpty
Hush Little Baby
It's Raining, It's Pouring
Itsy Bitsy Spider
Jack & Jill
London Bridge
Little Bo-Beep
Mary Had A Little Lamb
Old MacDonald Had a Farm
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Be sure to check to following table whenever you encounter problems with the DIGITAL PIANO
operation.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
1. Power supply problem.
1. Check the power cord
whether it's properly in AC
outlet.
2. Volume setting is too low.
2. Adjust the volume.
3. Headphone is plugged in.
3. Unplug the headphone.
Occasional interference
1. Refrigerators, washing
machines and similar
electric appliances are
interfering.
1. Use outlet as far away as
possible from appliance
thought to be the cause.
No sound when connected to
external amplifier.
1. Volume setting is too low.
1. Adjust the volume.
2. Defective connection cord.
2. Replace connection cord.
No sound
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Specifications
Specifications
Section
Contents
PRODUCT
HIGH PERFORMANCE STAGE PIANO
KEYBOARD
88 KEYS (STANDARD) - 7 1/4 OCTAVES
TOUCH RESPONSE
OFF, HARD 1/2/3, SOFT 1/2/3, NORMAL1/2/3
MAX. POLYPHONY
128 NOTES
SOUND
GENERAL MIDI 128 VOICES
7 DRUM KIT, 1 SOUND EFFECT SET
ACCOMPANIMENT STYLE
80 RHYTHM STYLES
ACCOMPANIMENT MODE
SINGLE FINGER, FINGERED, FULL KEYBOARD
ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROLS
START/STOP, INTRO/ENDING, FILL1/SYCN FILL2/SYNC
FUNCTIONS
LAYER, SPLIT, TUNE, TRANSPOSE
REGISTRATION MEMORY
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DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
CHORUS(4), REVERB(4)
METRONOME
YES
DISPLAY
GRAPHIC LCD DISPLAY
VP MUSIC
OVER 1,000 TUNES
RECORD
REAL-TIME-RECORDING
2 TRACKS
MAX. 10,000NOTES/TR
VOLUME CONTROLS
MAIN, ACCOMPANIMENT, LAYER, SPLIT
I/O TERMINALS
SD MEMORY CARD SLOT
MIDI IN/OUT, LINE IN/OUT, USB IN, 2PEDAL IN
2 HEADPHONE JACKS
6 (STEREO 20W + 20W)
SPEAKER
2 INCHES
POWER
DC IN (15V 4A)
POWER CONSUMPTION
20W
DIMENSIONS (W x D X H)
1340mm
WEIGHT
17.5Kg
ACCESSORY
OWNER S MANUAL, BUNDLE SD MEMORY CARD,
350mm
140mm
MUSIC STAND, AC ADAPTER, NON-SLIP PEDAL
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