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Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Owner’s Manual
Model: CP117
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Important Safety Instructions
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS
WARNING
Examples of Picture Symbols
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
denotes that care should be taken.
The example instructs the user to take care
not to allow fingers to be trapped.
denotes a prohibited operation.
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
- NE PAS OUVRIR.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lighting flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"
within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the leterature accompanying the
product.
The example instructs that disassembly of
the product is prohibited.
denotes an operation that should be
carried out.
The example instructs the user to remove the
power cord plug from the AC outlet.
Read all the instructions before using the product.
WARNING - When using electric products, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following.
WARNING
Indicates a potential hazard that could result in death
or serious injury if the product is handled incorrectly.
Do not use this product near water - for example, near a bathtub,
washbowl, kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, or the like.
Do not touch the power plug with wet
hands. There is a risk of electrical shock.
Treat the power cord with care as well.
Stepping on or tripping over it can break
or short-circuit the wire inside.
The product should be connected to a
power supply only of the type described
in the operatiing instructions or as
marked on the product.
Pulling the AC power cord itself may damage
the cord, causing a fire, electric shock or
short-circuit.
When disconnecting the AC power cord's plug,
always hold the plug and pull it to remove it.
120V
230V
240V
Do not attempt to service the product beyond that
described in the user-maintenance instructions. All
other servicing should be reffered to qualified
service personnel.
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This product in combination with an amplifier
and headphones or speakers, may be capable
or producing sound level that could cause
permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a
long period of time at a high volume level or at
a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience
any hearing loss or ringing in the ear, you
should consult an audiologist.
CAUTION
Do not use the product in the following areas.
This product may be equipped with a polarized
line plug (one blade wider than the other). This
is a safety feature.
If you are unable to insert the plug into the
outlet, contact an electrician to replace your
obsolete outlet.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the plug.
Indicates a potential hazard that could result in injury or damage to
the product or other property if the product is handled incorrectly.
The product should be located so that its location or position
does not interfere with its proper ventilation.
● Areas, such as those near windows, where the product is
exposed to direct sunlight
● Extremely hot areas, or close to heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, or other products that produce heat.
● Extremely cold areas, such as outside
● Extremely humid areas
● Areas where a large amount of sand or dust is present
● Areas where the product is exposed to excessive vibrations
Using the product in such areas may result in product
breakdown.
Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in
use. The product is not completely disconnected from
the power supply even when the power switch is
turned off. The power supply cord of the product
should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused
for a long period of time.
Keep the instrument away from electrical
motors, neon signs, fluorescent light
fixture, and other sources of electrical
noises.
Care should be taken so that objects do not
fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings. The product shall
not be exposed to dripping or splashing. No
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the product.
OFF
When connecting the AC power cord and
other cords, take care not to get them tangled.
Failure to do so may damage them, resulting
in fire, electric shock or short-circuit.
It is a good practice to have the instrument near the AC outlet
and the power cord plug in a position so that it can readily be
disconnected in an emergency.
Before connecting cords, make sure that
the power to this product and other devices
is turned OFF.
Failure to do so may cause breakdown of
this product and other devices.
OFF
Take care not to drop the product.
Please note that the product is heavy and
must be carried by more than one person.
Dropping the product may result in
breakdown.
Do not lean against the keyboard.
Doing so may cause the product to fall
over, resulting in injury.
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Do not stand on the product or exert
excessive force.
Doing so may cause the product to become
deformed or fall over, resulting in breakdown
or injury.
Do not wipe the product with benzene or thinner.
Doing so may result in discoloration or deformation of
the product.
When cleaning the product, put a soft cloth in
lukewarm water, squeeze it well, then wipe the
product.
The product should be serviced by qualified service personnel
when:
● The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged.
● Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the product.
● The product has been exposed to rain.
● The product does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a
marked change in performance.
product has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
● The
Should an abnormality occur in the product, immediately turn
the power OFF, disconnect the power cord plug, and
then contact the shop from which the product was purchased.
To reduce the risk of injury, close supervision is necessary
when a product is used near children.
This product should be used only with the stand that is
provided by the manufacturer.
FCC Information
CAUTION:
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully
insert.
ATTENTION:
Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de
la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusqu'au
fond.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a different electrical circuit from the
receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
This instrument complies with the limits for a class B digital apparatus, pursuant to
the Radio Interference
Regulations, C.R.C., c. 1374.
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Introduction
Table of Contents
Parts and Names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Thank you for purchasing the Kawai Concert Performer
(CP) Series Ensemble Digital Piano.
The CP Series piano has been designed to provide you with
the ultimate musical experience, no matter your skill level.
Featuring superbly realistic instrument tones and the most finely
crafted keyboard in its class, the CP is a unique musical instrument
resulting from the combination of Kawai’s seventy-plus years
experience in making acoustic pianos, along with cutting-edge
digital music technologies.
With over 600 different instrument and drum sounds at your
disposal, you will have the flexibility to perform any kind of music
ranging from traditional to contemporary. The AutoAccompaniment Styles provide the enjoyment of playing rich, fully
orchestrated music in hundreds of musical genres. Thanks to
the Song Stylist feature, you will never have to worry about finding
the best sounds and style to perform a particular song.
The Concert Performer incorporates many professional
features, such as a 16-track Recorder and a 3.5-inch Floppy Disk
Drive. For the non-player, Kawai’s unique Concert Magic feature
creates the thrill of being a performing musician simply by tapping
any key on the keyboard.
The Concert Performer offers tremendous opportunities
for anyone who is interested in learning, playing, and listening to
music. Please read this manual thoroughly and keep it handy as
a reference so that you can get the most out of this incredible
instrument.
We hope you enjoy every moment that you spend with your
Concert Performer.
Overview
LCD Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Select Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Basic Controls
Selecting a Part to Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Splitting the keyboard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Selecting Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Mixer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Effect Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Effect Priority Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Transpose and Octave Shift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Metronome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Piano Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Using a Style
Selecting and Playing a Style . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Fill-In and Variation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Auto Accompaniment System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Bass Inversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
1-2 Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Registration Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Style Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Song Stylist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Harmony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Recording a Song
Easy Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Part Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Saving the song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Erasing the song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Advanced Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Real-time Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Mixer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Track Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Loop Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Style Paste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
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Punch-In Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Song Edit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Bar Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Event Edit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Creating Your Own Styles
Conductor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Making a Style with Get Phrase from Recorder . 77
Auto-accompaniment System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Making a Style with Phrase Combination . . . . . 83
Editing Sounds
Editing the Preset Effect Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Playing Songs from a Floppy Disk
About songs on Floppy Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Selecting a Song from Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Controlling Playback of a Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Playing with Concert Magic
Selecting a Concert Magic Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Performing a Concert Magic Song . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Concert Magic Song Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Creating a Concert Magic Song . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Floppy Disk Operations
Disk Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Saving Data to a Floppy Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Loading Data from a Floppy Disk . . . . . . . . . . 132
Erasing Data from a Floppy Disk . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Formatting a Floppy Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Getting Assistance: Using Help and Demo
Using the Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Using the Demonstrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Appendices
Preset Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
Preset Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Song Stylists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Concert Magic Songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
Table of Chord Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Example of Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Program Change Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Drum/SFX Kit Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
MIDI Implementation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
System Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Touch Curve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Virtual Voicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Resonance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Concert Magic Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Pedal Assign . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Fill-in Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Effect for Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Temperament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
MIDI Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Power Up Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Soft Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Software Version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Screen Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Introduction
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Parts and Names
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9
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11
10
16
15
12
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1. Power
Turns the piano on/off.
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9. Accompaniment (page 28)
These buttons are used to turn the Auto-Accompaniment function on/off, and select
the Auto-Accompaniment mode.
2. Master Volume Slider
This slider is used to adjust the overall volume level of the instrument.
10. 1-2 Play (page 30)
This button is used to automatically choose an appropriate sound and setup for the
selected style.
13. Sync/Fade out (page 27)
When active, the accompaniment style will start as soon as you play a note or chord
on the keyboard. Press this button while a Style is playing to fade in or out of the
Style.
5. Concert Magic (page 94)
This button is used to select the built-in Concert Magic songs.
12. Tap (page 24, 26)
This button is used to tap in the desired tempo for a song or Style.
4. Demo (page 140)
This button is used to select the built-in demo songs.
11. Metronome (page 24)
This button is used to turn the Metronome on/off.
3. Accomp/Song Volume Slider
This slider is used to adjust the volume level of the Auto Accompaniment Styles.
Also used to adjust the volume level of a song played from the CP Recorder or directly
from a floppy disk. This slider does not affect the Master Volume Slider setting.
6. Song Stylist (page 36)
This button is used to select the Song Stylist Registrations.
14. Start/Stop (page 27)
This button is used to start and stop the accompaniment style.
7. Style Conductor (page 74)
These buttons are used to modify or create your own Accompaniment Styles.
15. Intro/Ending (page 27)
These buttons are used to play an intro section that leads into the style. If you
press this button while the stye is playing an ending section will be played before
stopping.
8. Style (page 26)
These buttons are used to select an Accompaniment Style to play along with.
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29
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36
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16. Fill-in (page 28)
These buttons are used to select one of the four short fill-in sections that embellish
the style and lead into the different variation sections of the Style.
17. Variation (page 28)
These buttons are used to select one of the four variation sections within the chosen
Style.
18. Help (page 138)
These buttons are used to access Help menus which contain explanations of the CP
piano’s features.
19. Exit
This button is used to back up to the next-higher screen level. Repeatedly pressing
the Exit button from any screen on the CP will bring you back to the CP’s main play
screen.
20. LCD Screen
Displays information about the CP’s current sound selections, settings, options,
etc.
21. Select Buttons
These buttons are used to select items displayed on the LCD screen.
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23. Regist Groups (page 31)
This button is used to select one of the 10 groups of panel settings.
24 Contrast
Adjusts the contrast of the LCD screen for easier viewing.
25. Tempo/Value Dial (page 8)
This dial is used to adjust tempo, scroll through different selections, and adjust data
values for items on the LCD screen.
26. Transpose (page 22)
This button is used to change the overall pitch of the CP in half-note steps.
27. Octave Shift (page 22)
These buttons are used to change the overall pitch of the CP in octave steps.
28. Sound Selection (page 11)
These buttons are used to select the desired sound category. Use the SELECT buttons
or the DIAL to select a sound within the category.
29. Part (page 9)
Selects which of the three parts (Left/Split, Right 1, Right 2) are active and
ready to be played with the sounds assigned to them.
22. Save Regist
This button is used to save up to 80 of your own favorite panel settings.
Basic Controls
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Pedals
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Bottom View
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30. Piano Only (page 25)
This button is used to automatically assign the Concert Grand sound to the Right 1
part.
31. Registrations (page 31)
These buttons are used to recall one of the eight panel settings available in the
currently selected Registration group.
32. Reverb (page 15)
This button turns on/off the Reverb. Press and hold the button to select the Reverb
settings menu.
33. Chorus (page 16)
This button turns on/off the Chorus. Press and hold the button to select the Chorus
settings menu.
34. Effects (page 18)
This button turns on/off the Effects. Press and hold the button to select the Effect
settings menu.
35. Harmony (page 40)
This button turns on/off the Harmony for the instrument sounds. Press and hold the
button to select the Harmony settings menu.
36. Advanced Recorder (page 47)
This button is used to access the Advanced Recorder functions.
37. System (page 102)
This button is used to access the system settings menu.
38. Disk (page 88, 128)
This button is used to access the Floppy Disk functions..
39. Recorder (page 42)
Used to record and play back a song.
40. Disk Drive
Reads and writes data to a standard 3.5” floppy disk..
41. Soft Pedal
Depressing this pedal softens the sound and reduces its volume. This pedal can
also be assigned to control other functions. (See page 109)
42. Sostenuto Pedal
Depressing this pedal after playing the keyboard and before releasing the keys
sustains the sound of only the keys just played. This pedal can also be assigned
to control other functions. (See page 109)
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Rear Terminals
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43. Sustain Pedal
Sustains the sound after lifting your hands from the keyboard.
44. Headphone Jacks
There are two jacks for headphones provided at the left end on the bottom of the
piano. These jacks are used to connect up to two headphones to the CP piano.
45. MIDI Jacks
These jacks are used to connect external MIDI devices to the CP. Enabled only
when the MIDI is selected in the System menu. (See page 119)
46. USB Jack
This jack is used to connect a personal computer to the CP. Enabled only when the
USB is selected in the System menu. (See page 119)
47. Line Out Jacks
These jacks are used to provide stereo output of the CP’s sound to amplifiers,
tape recorders or similar equipment. The audio signal coming through the LINE
IN jacks is also routed to these jacks.
48. Line In Jacks
These jacks are used to connect stereo outputs from other audio equipment or
electronic instruments to the CP’s speakers. The audio signal coming through
these jacks bypasses the CP’s volume control.
Basic Controls
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Overview
This manual provides you with all the information you will need in
order to take full advantage of the Concert Performer’s potential.
Before you begin learning how to use the specific features, it is
important to understand some of the basic ideas behind the
instrument’s design.
The Concert Performer has been designed to have an easy and
intuitive user interface. However, the instrument has so many
features that it is simply impractical to have a dedicated button for
every single one. As a result, many features and functions are
selected by choosing them from lists, or “menus”, that are presented
to you on the CP’s large display screen. Often times selecting an
item from a menu may access another “sub-menu” of options
specific to that item. This system of menus and sub-menus keeps
everything logical and straightforward and becoming familiar with
how to make your way through them is very easy.
LCD Screen
The LCD Screen is the window through which the Concert Performer communicates with you. The
large display size allows many items to be clearly displayed at the same time, allowing for not only
words but graphics to be shown as well.
Select Buttons
Most of the buttons on the front panel are used to directly select a function on the CP that you
would like to work with. In most cases, the specific function name is printed on the front panel
directly above the button. For example, there are buttons labeled 1-2 PLAY, FILL-IN, and so on. In
this manual, references to these buttons are always printed in capital letters for clarity. Most of
these buttons have an LED Indicator (small light) on them. This Indicator will be turned ON when
a function is in use so that you can quickly see if that function is active.
There are 17 SELECT buttons surrounding the LCD screen that do not have labels printed next to
them because they do not have predetermined functions. Instead, they are used to select whatever
items are currently displayed next to them on the LCD screen. For example, a SELECT button
might be used to select an instrument sound on one screen, while on another screen the same
SELECT button might serve to activate a feature related to Floppy Disk.
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To keep things simple, this manual will refer to the five SELECT buttons along the left side of the
LCD screen as L1-L5. Likewise, the five SELECT buttons along the right side of the screen will be
referred to as R1-R5. The seven SELECT buttons along the bottom of the screen, which are also
known as function buttons, will be referred to as F1-F7.
In some cases when you see an item displayed on the screen and press the L or R button next to it,
that item on the screen will become highlighted (shown in reverse color) to indicate you have
selected that item. Sometimes a submenu screen relating to that item will be displayed and present
you with further options.
When you press one of the F buttons, the corrosponding function on the LCD screen will be
highlighted to indicate that it has been selected.
L1
Selects Style. Use the F2,F3
buttons, Style buttons, or the Dial
to change the active Style.
R2
Selects the RIGHT1 Part. Use the F6, F7
buttons, Sound buttons, or the Dial to
change the Sound.
Selects Tempo. Use the Dial or the
TAP TEMPO button to change the
Tempo
R3
Selects the RIGHT2 Part. Use the F6,
F7buttons, Sound buttons, or the Dial to
change the Sound.
Selects the LEFT Part. Use the F6,
F7buttons, Sound buttons, or the
Dial to change the Sound.
No functions are assigned to the R1, R4 and R5
buttons on this screen.
No functions are assigned to the L4 and L5
buttons on this screen.
"RIGHT 1" is highlighted to indicate that this Part
is now selected.
L2
L3
F1
F2, F3
F4, F5
F6, F7
Basic Controls
Takes you to the MIXER settings screen.
Selects a Style.
Adjusts the volume level for the Part currently selected.
Selects a sound for the selected Part. "Sound" is highlighted
to indicate this graphic button is active.
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Dial
The Dial is used to change data values and scroll through options that are displayed on the LCD
screen.
When you turn the Dial, you will notice that whatever item on the LCD screen is currently selected
(highlighted) will be affected. Or in some cases when the screen presents you with a list of choices,
turning the Dial will allow you to quickly scroll through the list until you arrive at your choice. It
can also be used instead of the L, R, and F buttons as another way of selecting or changing an item
or value on the LCD screen.
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Basic Controls
This chapter discusses the basic operations that are used to play
the Concert Performer, such as sound selection, Part configuration
and effect settings.
Selecting a Part to Play
When the CP’s main play screen is displayed (For example, when the CP is first turned on), you are
presented with three sound Parts that can be played from the keyboard. These three Parts are
named LEFT/SPLIT, RIGHT 1 and RIGHT 2, and each one has an instrument sound assigned to it.
You can selectively turn on/off any combination of these three Parts, allowing you to have up to
three different sounds at the same time across the keyboard.
Sounds assigned to Parts RIGHT 1 and RIGHT 2 will be layered on top of each other when both
Parts are active at the same time. Activating the LEFT/SPLIT Part automatically splits the keyboard
so that only the sound that is assigned to the LEFT/SPLIT Part is heard when you play in the lower
octave keys. Each Part has a dedicated button on the front panel that selects and turns on/off that
Part. You can also select a Part by pressing the appropriate L or R button.
Selecting a Part is easy:
1) Press the PART button for the Part you wish to activate. The PART button LED will light.
2) Press the PART button again to turn that Part off.
• If the LCD screen is currently showing the main play screen, you can tell which Parts are active
by looking at the name of the sound assigned to it. If the name of a sound is in large typeface,
then the Part it is assigned to is active. If the sound name is displayed in small typeface, then the
Part is not active.
This example indicates:
L1
R1
L2
R2
RIGHT1 is currently active
RIGHT2, LEFT are inactive.
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L3
R3
L4
R4
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L4
Lowers the split point.
Splitting the keyboard.
When the LEFT/SPLIT Part is activated, the CP automatically splits the keyboard and only the
sound assigned to the LEFT/SPLIT Part will be heard when you play below a specified key (split
point) on the keyboard. The default split point is between F2 and F#2 but you can freely change the
split point to any key on the keyboard.
To change the split point:
1) Press the LEFT/SPLIT button to activate the LEFT/SPLIT Part. The LEFT/SPLIT button LED will light
and the LCD screen will display a diagram of the CP’s 88 note keyboard.
2) Press the LEFT/SPLIT button again, and while holding it down, press the desired key on the keyboard
that you want to serve as the split point. The key you press will become the lowest note the Right
hand Parts will play (RIGHT1 and RIGHT2). The LEFT/SPLIT sound will be heard when keys below
the split point are played.
You may also use the L4 and R4 buttons to move the split point. On the LCD screen the split point
marker will move across the 88 note keyboard diagram as you press these buttons.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R4
Raises the split point.
F7
• Moving the split point completely to the LEFT end of the keyboard will allow the LEFT/SPLIT
Part to function as a layer with the two right hand Parts. In this manner you can create a threepart layer across the entire keyboard.
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Selecting Sounds
The Concert Performer has over 600 instrument and drum sounds available from the front panel.
You can freely assign any of these sounds to the three Parts. Remember that there is always a sound
assigned to each of the Parts, even if some of the Parts are not currently active.
The sounds span a tremendous variety of instruments, ranging from traditional acoustic sounds to
modern electronic tones. To help you quickly find the sound that you want, the sounds have been
organized into 14 categories. Each category has a dedicated Sound Selection button on the front
panel.
To select a Sound:
1) In the main play screen, select the Part to which you wish to assign a new sound using the L3, or R2R3 buttons. The selected Part will become highlighted.
2) Press the SOUND button for the sound category that you are interested in. The first page of sounds in
that category will be displayed. There are at least three pages of sounds in each category. Use the
F1-5 buttons to view the other pages in a category.
3) Select a sound by pressing the L or R button that is next to the displayed name.
4) Press the F1-F5 buttons to show the Sounds on the other pages for the same category.
5) You can also use the Dial to scroll through all of the categories and sounds one by one.
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R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L or R buttons to select your desired Sound.
F7
F1-F4 Selects the different pages of Sounds within a category.
F7
Takes you to the Sound Edit menu. (See "Editing Sounds"
on page 86.)
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Mixer
This Mixer screen allows you to change the volume, panning, reverb and chorus levels, as well as
turn the effect on/off for each Part.
To use the Mixer:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Press the MIXER button (F1) while on the main play screen.
Use the F2–F5 and F7 buttons to select which Part you wish to adjust.
Use the L and R buttons to select a setting to change.
Use the Dial to change the value.
L1
Selects the Effect On and Off.
L1
R1
L2
Selects reverb level.
L2
R2
L3
Selects chorus level.
L3
R3
L4
Selects Panning.
L4
R4
L5
R5
L5
Selects volume level.
After you make your desired selection, use the Dial to
change the value.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the next page of the Mixer.
F2–F5 Selects the part to change.
F7
Adjusts the volume level for the Harmony.
• Volume level can be also adjusted from the main play screen, using the VOLUME buttons (F4,
F5).
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The Mixer not only lets you set the overall volume level for the Style, but set individual volume
levels for the 6 Sections within a Style.
To adjust the individual Section level:
1) On the Mixer screen, press the STYLE MIXER button (F1). The Style Mixer screen will be selected.
2) Use the F2–F7 buttons to choose a Section, then use the Dial to change the volume.
3) Press the BACK button (F1) to go back the previous Mixer screen, or press the EXIT button to go back
to the main play screen.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the previous Mixer screen.
F2–F7 Selects the Section that you wish to change.
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Effects
You might have noticed that when you select some of the sounds, the LED indicator for the REVERB,
CHORUS, or EFFECTS button is turned on. The reason for this is some of the sounds are set up
with one or more of these effects on as part of their initial setting.
Adding an effect to the sound enhances tonal quality and improves acoustical realism. The CP
piano is provided with three separate groups of effects. The first is REVERB, the second is CHORUS,
and third group EFFECTS contains other useful effects such as Delay, Phaser, Rotary Speaker etc.
There is a dedicated button on the front panel for each Effects group and each of the three Effect
groups can be turned on/off separately or used in combination for each part. The Concert Performer
has a selection of 27 different Reverb, Chorus, and Effect types that can be used to enhance or even
dramatically alter the instrument sounds. Each of the over 600 instrument and drum sounds has
already been assigned a REVERB and CHORUS setting and an additional EFFECT that suits that
particular type of instrument. For example, a moderate Delay effect is used on the Church Organ to
recreate the sense of being in a large church, and a Rotary speaker effect is used on the Drawbar
organ to give it an authentic, vintage feel.
If you wish, you can change any of these effect settings to suit your tastes separately for each sound
save them as the new Preset effect settings for that Sound (See Sound Edit on page 86). In addtion,
by setting the Effect For Sound function in the System to “Panel” the CP will ignore the preset
effect settings for each Sound (see Effect For Sound on page 113).
(The CP piano can also remember your Effect settings as part of a Registration. See Registration on
page 31.)
To add Reverb:
1) Press the REVERB button. The REVERB button LED will light.
2) If you wish to edit the settings, hold down the REVERB button for a moment until the Reverb Settings
screen is displayed.
3) Use the F3-F6 buttons to select the Part you want to edit.
4) Use the L2-L4 buttons to select the specific setting that you wish to change.
5) Use the Dial to change the value.
6) Press the EXIT button to leave the Reverb Settings menu.
7) If you wish to turn the reverb effect off, press the REVERB button again.
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Selects Reverb depth. Use the Dial to change
the Reverb depth for the selected Part.
L4
Selects Reverb on/off. Use the Dial to turn the
Reverb on/off for the selected Part.
L3
Selects the Reverb type. Use the Dial to choose
one of the 7 Reverb types.
L2
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
L4
L5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R3
R4
R5
F7
F3–F6 Selects the Part you want to change. Repeatedly pressing
the appropriate button also turns the Reverb on/off for
that Part.
Type of Reverb
Hall 1, Hall 2
Stage 1, Stage 2
Room 1, Room 2
Plate
Simulates the ambiance of a concert hall or theater.
Simulates the ambiance of a small hall or live house.
Simulates the ambiance of a living room or small rehearsal room.
Simulates the sound of a metallic plate reverb.
• The LED Indicator on the REVERB button will be lit whenever Reverb is turned on for the any
Part except ACC (regardless of each part’s Effect Priority). See “Effect Priority Guidelines” later
in this chapter for an explanation of Effect Priority.
To add Chorus:
1) Press the CHORUS button. The CHORUS button LED will light.
2) If you wish to edit the settings, hold down the CHORUS button for a moment until the Chorus Settings
screen is displayed.
3) Use the F3–F5 buttons to select the Part you want to edit
4) Use the L2–L4 buttons to select the specific setting that you wish to change.
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5) Turn the Dial to change the value.
6) Press the EXIT button to leave the Chorus Settings menu.
7) If you wish to turn the chorus off, press the CHORUS button again.
L2
Selects the Chorus type. Use the Dial to choose
one of the 4 Chorus types.
L3
Selects Chorus on/off. Use the Dial to turn the
Chorus on/off for the selected Part.
L4
Selects Chorus depth. Use the Dial to change
the Chorus depth for the selected Part.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F3–F5 Selects the Part you want to change. Repeatedly pressing the
appropriate button also turns the Chorus on/off for that Part.
• The Indicator light on the CHORUS button will be lit only when Chorus is turned on for the
active “Priority Part”. See “Effect Priority Guidelines” later in this chapter for an explanation of
this.
• You can select from four chorus types when in the Chorus Settings menu. There is a fifth chorus
type which is assigned as an Effect from the Effect Settings menu. In this way, you can actually
have two chorus effects active if so desired.
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To add an Effect:
1) Press the EFFECT button. The EFFECT button LED will light.
2) If you wish to edit the settings, hold down the button for a moment until the Effect Settings screen is
displayed.
Use the F3–F5 button to turn ON/OFF the Effect for each part.
Use the L2–L5, R3 buttons to select the specific setting that you wish to change.
Turn the Dial to change the value.
Press the EXIT button to leave the Effect Settings screen.
If you wish to turn the Effect off, push the EFFECTS button again.
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
L1
Selects a different editable setting for each Effect
type. Use the Dial to change the value.
L4
Selects Wet Balance. Use the Dial to change the
value.
L3
Selects Effect type. Use the Dial to choose one
of the 16 Effect types.
L2
L2
L3
L4
L5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R1
R2
R3
R3
R4
Selects a different editable setting for
each Effect type. Use the Dial to
change the value.
R5
F7
F3–F5 Turns the Effect on/off for each Part.
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Effect Types
Basic Controls
Chorus
Simulates the rich character of a vocal choir or string ensemble, by layering a
slightly detuned version of the sound over the original to enrich it.
Flanger
Creates a shifting comb-filter, which adds motion and a “hollow” tone to the
sound.
Celeste
A three-phase chorus without modulation.
Ensemble
A three-phase chorus with a slight modulation to each phase.
Delay 1-3
Adds echoes to the sound. The three types differ in the length of time between
the echoes.
Auto Pan
Moves the sound left and right across the stereo field at a variable rate.
Tremolo
Modulates the volume of the sound. This is a vibrato type effect.
Tremulant
A combination of Tremolo and Vibrato. It simulates the tremulant pipes of a
church organ.
Phaser
Creates a phase change, adding motion to the sound.
Rotary 1-2
This effect simulates the sound of the Rotary Speaker cabinet commonly used
with electric organs. Rotary 2 adds distortion. The soft pedal is used to change
the speed of the rotor between SLOW and FAST.
Auto Wah
Sweeps a tone filter up and down at the beginning of a note, recreating the popular
vintage wah wah pedal sound.
Enhancer
Emphasizes high frequencies to make a sound more easily discernible in a mix.
Distortion
Adds frequencies that were not present in the original sound, resulting in a “fuzzy”
or warmer tone.
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Effect Priority Guidelines
Reverb and Chorus are global effects. In other words, all of the Parts and the Accompaniment Style
must share the same Reverb and Chorus type. However each of these Parts can have a different
amount of Reverb and Chorus applied to them. In addition Reverb and Chorus can be independently
turned on/off for each part. However, since the CP’s EFFECT section can only have one Effect
turned on at a time (in addition to the REVERB and CHORUS), what happens if you have two (or
more) Parts active, with entirely different sounds, each with a different Effect setting?
In these cases, the CP’s Effects section can only use the Effect settings for one of the Parts. The
EFFECT section chooses which Effect settings to use based upon a predetermined priority order
for each of the Parts. The Priority order is RIGHT 1> RIGHT 2 > LEFT/SPLIT. The preset effect
settings for the Priority Part will be used and the other Parts will either share these settings or may
have their Effects automatically turned off.
This “Priority Part” depends on the current situation. If you only have one Part active, regardless
of which Part it is, the preset effect settings for that sound will be used. If you have two or more
Parts active, then the CP will treat one of them as the Priority Part, and ignore the settings of the
other(s).
If the Effect For Sound is set to “Panel” in the System then the Preset effect settings for each Sound
will be ignored and the Part Priority will be ignored. (See Effect For Sound on page 113).
Here are some guidelines for Effect Priority:
• Priority is given to the Parts in the following order: RIGHT1>RIGHT2>LEFT. This means that
anytime the RIGHT1 Part is active, its Effect settings will be used, not only for its sound but for
any sound in any other Part, that you want to add effects to. Likewise, the only time an active
LEFT Part’s settings will be applied is if the other 2 Parts are inactive.
• Unlees you change them, the Effect settings will only change in response to a change in the
Priority Part being activated/deactivated, or a new sound is assigned to an active Priority Part.
In the latter case, the new Effect settings will reflect the Preset effect settings for the new
sound.
• When the Effect settings change for the Piority Part, the Effects will be automatically turned off
for the other Parts. (This is so that your Flute sound on RIGHT2 doesn’t suddenly get effected
by the Distortion settings of the Electric Guitar that you’ve just assigned to the RIGHT1 Part!)
• You can, however, turn the effect on for any Part by adjusting the Effect On/Off option in the
display for that Part.
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• The LED Indicator on the EFFECT and CHORUS buttons will be on only when the active Priority
Part has these effects turned on.
Example
Assume that your CP is set up according to the following chart:
Part
Effect
RIGHT1
Inactive
On
RIGHT 2
Active
On
LEFT
Active
On
INDICATOR
On
If you then select a different sound for RIGHT2, the Effect setting for the RIGHT1, LEFT will be
turned off automatically. This is because RIGHT2 is the Priority Part (note that the RIGHT1 Part is
NOT the Priority Part because it was inactive).
The chart would now look like this:
Part
Effect
RIGHT1
Inactive
Off
RIGHT 2
Active
On
LEFT
Active
Off
INDICATOR
On
Even if you now assign a new sound to the RIGHT1 Part, the Effect settings for the other Parts
won’t change, because RIGHT1 is still inactive, so therefore would not have priority.
Once you make the RIGHT1 Part active, however, it would now be considered the Priority Part.
The Effect settings for the other Parts will again be turned off. The Indicator light on the EFFECT
button will now reflect the Effect status for the sound assigned to RIGHT1.
Part
Effect
RIGHT1
Active
Off
RIGHT 2
Active
Off
LEFT
Active
Off
INDICATOR
Off
At this point, if the Effect that has been called up along with the RIGHT1 sound is one that you’d
like to use for the other Parts, simply select Effect On in the LCD display for those Parts.
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Transpose and Octave Shift
Transpose raises or lowers the CP’s pitch in half- step increments. Octave Shift does the same but
in octave increments.
Transpose can be especially useful when you have learned a song in one key and have to play it in
another key. The transpose feature allows you to play the song in the original key, but hear it in
another key. You can transpose the Concert Magic songs, the Accompaniment Styles, any songs
played back by the Easy/Advanced Recorder and any of the over 600 instrument and drum sounds
available in the CP.
Octave shift can be very useful when you are playing multiple sounds across the keyboard. You
may want to use the octave shift to adjust a bass sound assigned to the LEFT/SPLIT Part to play in
the proper pitch range, or to set one sound in a layer to play in a different octave so that it mixes
well with other sounds in the layer. Octave shift is only available for the three Parts: LEFT/SPLIT,
RIGHT1 and RIGHT 2.
To Transpose:
1) Press either the ß or † TRANSPOSE buttons. The LCD screen shows you a number telling you how
many half steps up or down you have transposed the piano. -5, for example, represents a transposition
that is 5 half steps lower.
2) To cancel the Transpose setting, press both the ß and † buttons at the same time. The transpose
amount will disappear from the LCD screen, indicating that the CP is now back to its original setting.
To use the Octave Shift:
1) Select the Part that you would like to apply the shift to.
2) Press either the ß or † OCTAVE SHIFT buttons. The number of shifted octaves (up or down) will be
displayed with an “ß” in the LCD screen.
3) To cancel the octave shift, press both the ß and † buttons at the same time. The symbols will
disappear from the screen, indicating that the selected Part is back to its normal octave range.
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L3
Selects the LEFT Part to be Transposed or Octave
Shifted.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
R2
Selects the RIGHT1 Part to be Transposed
or Octave Shifted.
R3
Selects the RIGHT2 Part to be Transposed
or Octave Shifted.
The number of octaves shifted is represented by
the number of triangles shown above the sound
name for each Part.
Transpose amount is shown at the bottom of the
screen.
• The Octave Shift has a range of four octaves in each direction. However, some on board sounds
may have a limited range in which they play properly. If you shift too far out of this range, the
instrument may sound strange or may not play at all. This has no affect on the CP’s proper
function though, and you should feel encouraged to use this feature as a means of getting
interesting tonal variations out of the preset Sounds.
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Metronome
Rhythm is one of the most important elements when learning music. It is important to practice
playing the piano at the correct tempo and with a steady rhythm. The CP piano’s metronome is a
tool that helps you to achieve this by providing a steady beat for you play along with.
To use the Metronome:
1) Press the METRONOME button. The CP piano will start counting with an audible steady beat. You
will see Volume level, Beat (time signature), as well as the Metronome icon appear in the LCD
screen next to the Tempo value.
2) Use the BEAT, VOLUME, or TEMPO buttons (F2–F7) to select the setting you wish to change.
3) Use the F buttons (F2-F7) or the Dial to change the values.
You can also adjust the tempo by tapping on the TAP TEMPO button. Simply tap on the button with
your finger three or more times at the desired tempo, and the CP will automatically translate that
into a tempo value on the screen!
4) To stop the metronome, press the METRONOME button again.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the Mixer menu.
F2, F3 Changes the Beat. Choose from 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4,
6/8, 7/8, 9/8 and 12/8 time signatures.
F4, F5 Adjusts the volume level.
F6, F7 Adjusts the tempo.
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Piano Only
The Piano Only button provides a way to quickly set the Concert Performer up to play the Concert
Grand piano sound. Pressing the Piano Only button immediately turns off all Parts except the Right
1 part and sets the Right 1 sound to Concert Grand.
The Piano Only button also turns off all auto-accompaniment functions and stops the Easy/Advanced
Recorder. Additionally, pressing the Piano Only button will cause the CP to exit any function or
editing screen (except for Concert Magic) and immediately return to the Main Screen.
When you are using Concert Magic, pressing the Piano Only button will change the Concert Magic
song’s preset sounds to Concert Grand piano.
• You can also use the Piano Only button as a “panic button” to immediately stop any unintended
accompaniment style or recording, or to quickly exit any confusing situation and return to a
familiar piano sound.
To use Piano Only:
Press the PIANO ONLY button. The Main Screen is displayed and the Concert Grand sound is assigned
to RIGHT1.
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Using a Style
The Concert Performer contains 182 built-in Styles for you to play
along with, covering a wide variety of musical genres. You can
choose from a simple drum or percussion accompaniment or add
in a fully orchestrated arrangement. In addition to the Full Styles
which provide a full musical arrangement including Drums, Bass,
and other accompanying instruments, there are Intimate Styles with
Solo Piano Styles if you just want to play along with a piano
accompaniment. If the on board variety of styles is not enough, or
if you have creative ideas of your own, the CP contains other
features such as Style Maker and Conductor to help you edit or
create your own custom Styles. These features are explained in
the section of this manual “Creating Your Own Styles”, page 74.
Selecting and Playing a Style
The Styles are organized into 13 categories, each with a dedicated STYLE SELECT button on the
front panel.
To select a Style:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Press the STYLE button for the category of your choice. The LCD screen will display the first Style
Selection page for that category.
Press the L or R button next to the on-screen name of the Style you wish to select.
Each Style category has two pages of styles. If you don't see your desired Style on the currently
displayed page, you can use the F1- F2 buttons to select the other page. Press another STYLE button
to jump to another category, or turn the Dial to scroll through all the Styles one by one.
If you wish play the selected Style, press either
the START/STOP button to start the Style playing immediately,
or the INTRO/ENDING button to start the Style with an Intro pattern.
You can also press the SYNC/FADE OUT button before starting a Style or pressing the INTRO/ENDING
buttons. When the SYNC/FADE OUT button is pressed, the Style will not start until you play a note or
chord on the keyboard.
To adjust the tempo of the Style, select Tempo on the main play screen and use the Dial to change the
Tempo.
You can also use the TAP TEMPO button. Tap the button three or more times at the desired tempo,
and the CP will automatically translate your taps into an on-screen Tempo value.
To stop the Style, press either,
the START/STOP button to stop the Style immediately,
or the INTRO/ENDING button to stop with an ending pattern,
You can also press the SYNC/FADE OUT button and have the Style fade out gradually.
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L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L or R buttons to select your desired Style.
F7
F1, F2 Select the different pages within a Style category.
When this button is pressed before starting a Style or before pressing the
INTRO/ENDING button, the Style will not start until you play a note or chord
on the keyboard. When this button is pressed while the Style is running the
Style will gradually fade out. When this button is pressed during a fade out
the Style will gradually fade back in and you may resume playing the Style.
You can press the SYNC/FADE OUT button at any time while any of the
patterns (Intro, Variation, Ending) in the Style are running to fade in or out
of the Style.
Starts or stops the Style immediately.
When one of these buttons is pressed to start a Style the selected Intro
pattern will be played before the selected Variation pattern plays. There are
both major and minor versions for each Intro. The Auto-accompaniment
System will decide which Intro to use based upon the first Chord you play
(major or minor). The LCD screen will display a countdown in bars to show
how many bars you have until the variation begins playing. When one
of these buttons is pressed while the Style is running the selected Ending
pattern will be played before the Style stops. There are major and minor
versions for each Ending.
• When you are in the main play screen, you can select a Style by just using the Dial. Press the L1
button or F2–F3 (STYLE) and “Style” will become highlighted. Use the Dial or press the F2–F3
button to select another Style.
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• The CP remembers the last Style selection that you made within each category while the power
is on. When you press a STYLE button, the CP will automatically select the Style previously
chosen in the same category.
• When you switch from one Style to another while it is running, the new Style will wait until the
beginning of the next measure before it begins to play.
Fill-In and Variation
Each Style is made of four Variation patterns and four Fill-in patterns.
Fill-ins are short patterns that temporarily embellish the Style. Fill-ins can add excitement and
rhythmic change to the Style and be used as a musical lead in between the Variations. To use a Fillin, just press one of the FILL IN buttons. You will hear the fill-in begin playing immediately from a
musically appropriate spot.
Fill-ins can also be used as a short intro. First press the SYNC/FADE OUT button then press one of
the FILL-IN buttons to select a desired Fill-in. Press any key on the keyboard to start the style. After
the Fill-in plays, the selected Variation will play.
To select a Variation, press one of the four VARIATION buttons to select the desired Variation. The
Selected VARIATION button LED will light.
• You can set the CP to automatically play a Fill-in anytime you press a VARIATION button as you
switch from one Variation to another. Select your preferred option in the Fill-in mode. (See page
112)
Auto Accompaniment System
The Auto-accompaniment System (ACC) is a powerful feature that determines how the Styles will
interact with you as you play. The ACC System analyzes your playing and adjusts the notes the
Style plays to follow the Chords that you play on the keyboard. The ACC System is capable of
recognizing single finger as well as more complex chord voicings. The CP recognizes 61 chord
types as well as most of their inversions. (See page 158 for a chord table.) There are three modes of
key recognition—One Finger, Fingered, and Full Keyboard. Your choice of which mode to use
depends on your skill level and the selected musical style.
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Fingered
The player must play at least three notes of a chord below the split point (LEFT/
SPLIT Part) before the ACC System will recognize the chord type. (See page 158
for chord table.)
One Finger
Uses a simplified chord method that allows beginners to specify a chord type by
playing only one or two notes below the split point. The types of chords that can
be recognized in this manner are limited to Major, Minor, 7th and Major 7th.
While the player can trigger basic chords with as little as one finger, the ACC
System will recognize more complex chord types if you play them, even you are
in the One Finger mode.
Full Keyboard
The player must play at least three notes of a chord anywhere across the 88 keys
before the ACC System will recognize the chord type. This mode is similar to
Fingered however, Full Keyboard recognizes chord types from three or more
notes played anywhere across the 88 keys not just below the split point.
Bass Inversion
When Bass Inversion is on, the Bass Section of the Style will follow the lowest note of the chord
voicing played on the keyboard. With Bass Inversion on it is possible to specify a chord over a
certain bass note by the chord voicing you play. For example, a C chord over a G bass, or a Bb7
chord over a C Bass. Bass Inversion will work with all three key recognition modes but when in
One Finger mode, you play at least two notes of a chord for Bass Inversion to function.
To turn Auto-accompaniment (ACC) on:
1) Select a Style that you would like to play.
2) Press one of the ACCOMPANIMENT buttons to select the Key Recognition mode. The selected Key
recognition mode will be displayed at the bottom of the LCD screen if you're on the main play screen.
3) Press the BASS INVERSION button if you would like to turn it on.
4) Press the ACC ON/OFF button to activate the Auto-accompaniment System (ACC).
5) Press the START/STOP button to start the Style, and play some chords in the LEFT/SPLIT Part. You
will hear the Style start and also change keys and chord types as you play different chords.
6) If you want to cancel or stop the Auto-accompaniment, press the ACC ON/OFF button again. If you
turn the ACC off without stopping the Style the drum rhythms will continue to play.
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• When you play along with the Auto-accompaniment using the Fingered or Full Keyboard modes,
you may hear two sounds playing the chords: one is selected by the front panel and the other is
pre programmed for the Style. This is because the sounds used by the Auto-accompaniment
Style are independent of the Left and Right Part sound settings. Therefore you will hear the
instrument sounds played by your hand as well as those generated by the accompaniment.
In most cases, these are just duplicate notes being played using different sounds. In some cases
however, you may hear different notes or an unexpected chord inversion. If the overall musical
effect is undesirable, try turning the LEFT/SPLIT Part off and let the accompaniment play alone.
• You can use the Auto-accompaniment (ACC) System without the Style running. In this way you
can make use of the chord recognition without having the pre programmed rhythms or patterns
playing. Just turn the ACC on and play without starting the Style. You will hear the bass and
chord parts only. This may be useful when you play a musical piece that is not played with
drums. The accompaniment sounds are pre programmed to best suit the different Styles, and
you cannot alter them. When playing in One Finger mode, however, you can replace the chord
sound with the sound chosen for the LEFT/SPLIT Part. Assign your preferred sound and make
the LEFT/SPLIT Part active.
You can also start a Style without the ACC on. In this way you can have just drums and percussion
accompany you.
1-2 Play
If you want to play using an Accompaniment Style, but have no idea as to what sounds you should
use for the right and left-hand parts, try using the 1-2 Play feature. This feature gives you a
preprogrammed panel setup with appropriate sounds and settings for the Style you have chosen.
To use 1-2 Play:
1) Select the Style you would like to play.
2) Press the 1-2 PLAY button. The 1-2 Play indicator will become lit, and the words “1-2 Play” are
displayed in the Main Screen. The SYNC/FADE OUT button is activated as well.
3) Activate one of the INTO/ENDING buttons if you want the Style to begin with an introduction. Start the
Style by playing a key on the left side of the keyboard, or by pressing the START/STOP button.
4) Press the 1-2 PLAY button again to turn it off.
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• Among the settings contained in the 1-2 Play setting are the Sounds assigned to the keyboard
Parts (Right 1/2, Left), Tempo, and Mixer settings.
Registration
A Registration is a setup that remembers the panel settings along with many other performance
functions so that you can recall them at the touch of a button. This lets you begin to play quickly
instead of spending a lot of time programming all the settings and values manually.
There are 8 Registration buttons on the panel of the Concert Performer. Each button contains a
different registration. Pressing any of the Registration buttons activates the setup stored there.
Pressing another Registration button changes to the registration stored in that button. Pressing the
active Registration button again deactivates the registration and returns you to the original panel
setup.
Registration Groups
There are 10 Registration Groups in the Concert Performer. Each group contains settings for the 8
Registration buttons on the panel. Each group represents a “family” of settings for the CP. The
sound and performance capability of the Concert Performer is remarkable, and each registration
group is designed to take full advantage of certain types of sounds available in the instrument.
Switching from one Registration Group to another instantly changes the Registration buttons from
Pipe Organ settings to Orchestra settings, for example.
• The default Registration Group is “American Pop”, a family of registrations designed to play
popular music from the 1940’s through today.
With 8 Registration buttons and 10 Registration Groups, you have a total of 80 preprogrammed
Registrations available. Plus, you can overwrite any registration with your own unique setups.
To use a Registration:
1) Press the REGIST GROUPS button. Ten Registration Groups will be displayed.
2) Highlight any Group from the list by using the L and R buttons.
3) Press one of the eight REGISTRATION buttons to activate a Registration from your selected Registration
Group.
4) To return to the Main Screen, press the EXIT button.
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R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F6, F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L and R buttons to select the Group. Then
press one of eight REGISTRATION buttons to call
the desired setup.
F7
Takes you to the Registration Group Name screen.
• The CP remembers how the front panel was setup before you chose a Registration so that after
exiting the Registration, the prior settings will be restored.
• It is not necessary to always begin with the REGIST GROUPS button when selecting a Registration.
If the group you want to use is already selected, pressing one of the REGISTRATION buttons will
activate a setup from that group. The CP will remember the Registration Group last chosen as
long as the power remains on.
• You cannot use the 1-2 Play function and Registrations at the same time. Choosing one always
cancels the other.
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To create your own Registration:
1) Set up the panel and functions in the way that you’d like to save them.
2) Press the SAVE REGIST button. Use the R1 – R5 buttons to select the Registration Group in which to
save your setup. Use the F1 – F2 buttons to view the 10 Registration Groups in sets of five.
3) Press one of the 8 REGISTRATION buttons to specify which location you’d like to save your Registration
to.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
R1–R5 Selects the Registration Group to save in.
Press the F1-F2 buttons to display the Registration
Groups on the other pages.
Press the specific REGISTRATION button where
you’d like to save to.
• The following settings can be stored in a Registration:
Sounds (Right1, Right2, Left), Split Point, Style and Variation, Fill-in mode, Tempo,
Accompaniment settings, Mixer settings, Chorus settings, Effect settings, Harmony settings,
Voicing, Detune, Resonance and Left Pedal functions.
• You can save your Registrations on a floppy disk and load them into the CP later. (See page 128)
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To rename the Registration Group:
1) Press the REGIST GROUPS button.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the Group to rename.
3) Press the NAME (F6, F7) button.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Use the L and R buttons to select the Group to rename.
4) In the Registration Group Name screen, use the CURSOR (F2, F3) buttons and the CHARACTER (F4,
F5) buttons to change the name. You can also use the Dial to change the characters.
5) Press the SAVE (F6, F7) button to confirm the name.
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L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2, F3
F4, F5
F6, F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Moves the cursor over the characters in the name.
Selects a character.
Saves the name
Style Lock
Pressing the STYLE LOCK button keeps the current Style, even if another Registration is selected.
This allows you to change Sounds and settings by the Registration button while keeping the Style
as-is. As long as the STYLE LOCK button is on, changing registrations will not change the style.
However, you can always manually change the style, even if the Style Lock is on.
Press the STYLE LOCK button again to turn it off.
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Song Stylist
With over 600 Sounds and 182 Styles, it can sometimes be difficult to decide the best settings with
which to play a song. Even if you are very familiar with the Concert Performer, you may want a
quick way to change the CP’s setup to play another song. The Song Stylist feature was created to
handle this situation for you. You simply pick the name of the song you want to play and the
Concert Performer sets up everything for you.
The Song Stylist contains a list of 514 popular song titles. In the Song Stylist, there is an appropriate
setup for each of those songs. You may search for your favorite title either alphabetically by song
name, or by category of musical genre. Once you’ve found the song you want to play, simply press
one button and the CP is immediately setup for that song and ready for you to begin.
• The Song Stylist contains no prerecorded music, only the setup to play the chosen song. You
must play the actual music yourself.
To use the Song Stylist:
1) Press the SONG STYLIST button. The Name Menu list appears, showing alphabet to search for the
SONG STYLIST. Use the L and R buttons to search for the title in alphabetical order.
2) Press the SEARCH BY CATEGORY button. The Category list appears, showing the different musical
genres for the SONG STYLIST.
3) Use the SEARCH BY CATEGORY buttons (F1, F2) to display the Category choices on the other page.
When you have found the category you want, use the L and R buttons to select it. A list of songs
within that musical category appears.
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L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L, R buttons to search for a title listed in
alphabetical order.
F7
F1,F2 Jumps to the Song Stylist Category menu.
F6
Search for a title from a floppy disk.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
Use the L, R buttons to select your desired category.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1, F2 Shows the other categories.
F3, F4 Shows the song list in alphabetical order.
F6
Searches for a title from a floppy disk.
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Selecting a song from a floppy disk.
4)
5)
6)
7)
Use the PAGE buttons (F1, F2) to display the Song Titles on the other pages in the same category.
Use the L and R buttons to select one of the ten songs displayed in the screen. The CP automatically
returns to the Main Screen ready with all of the settings for that song.
You may start and play the song in your usual manner. You can operate the CP normally and make
any changes to the Song Stylist setup that you wish.
To play another song, press the Songlist (F7) button. To exit, press the SONG STYLIST button again
or press the EXIT button.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
Use the L or R buttons to select your desired song.
F1
F1, F2
F3
F4
F6
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Searches for a title on the other pages.
Jumps to the Song Stylist Category menu.
Searches for a title in alphabetical order.
Searches for a title from a floppy disk.
Selects the Song.
L5
R5
F1
F1, F2
F4
F6
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Searches for a title on the other pages.
Starts the Chain Play.
Searches for a title from the internal presets.
Selects the song.
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L1
Highlights the Style.
L1
R1
L2
Adjusts the Tempo.
L2
R2
L3
Highlights the LEFT Part.
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
L4
Changes the split point.
F1
F1, F2
F3, F4
F5, F6
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Highlights the RIGHT 1 Part.
R3
Highlights the RIGHT 2 Part.
R4
Changes the split point.
F7
Turns on the Auto Chord Progression (if available).
Turns on the Melody part (if available).
Adjusts the volume level for the sound.
Takes you back to the Song Stylist menu.
• You may use different Sounds, Styles, Tempo and other settings to customize to your taste.
• When choosing a Song Stylist created by you (or someone else) and saved to floppy disk, there
may be a recorded melody and chord track available. The chord track, called the Auto Chord
Progression, will provide you with the chord changes to the song.
You may also find a song title by searching the list alphabetically.
To search the Song Stylist by Song Title:
1) Press the SONG LIST (F7) button. The Category list appears, showing the different musical genres
for the SONG STYLIST.
2) Press the SEARCH BY NAME (F3, F4) buttons. In the Name Menu, press the L or R buttons to take you
to the first letter of the name of the song. For example, if your song title starts with “G”, press the L3
button.
3) Use the PAGE (F1, F2) to search for the name of your song. When you find the song, press the
corresponding L or R button. The CP automatically returns to the Main Screen ready with all of the
settings for that song.
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Harmony
When the Auto-Accompaniment is on, you can use Harmony function. The Harmony function
automatically adds notes to your right hand (melody) part to help you sound more professional.
This function analyzes the notes you play and automatically adds notes from the Accompaniment
chord (shown in the Main Screen when the Accompaniment is on), creating a “harmony” part (even
if you are only playing single notes in the left and right hands).
There are 10 types of Harmony.
Adds three notes based on the chord. The lowest note will always be the root of
the chord.
Vocal 2
Adds a single note above the top note of the right hand based on the chord.
Vocal 1
Adds an Octave note and a Duet note.
Octave Duet
Takes the highest note played in the right hand and doubles it an octave down.
Octave
Adds a note according to the lowest note played in the right hand and based on the
chord.
Duet
Adds three or four notes based on the chord. Harmony notes are played within
one octave below the lowest note played in the right hand.
Dynamic
Adds a note at a fifth (or fourth) interval to the lowest note played in the RIGHT
Part.
Rockn’
Adds three or four notes based on the chord.
Jazz
Adds three or four notes based on the chord. Harmony notes may extend over one
octave below the lowest right-hand note.
Open
Adds three or four notes based on the chord.
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To use Harmony:
1) Press the HARMONY button. The button will be lit to show that it is active. The Harmony symbol will
also appear in the Main Screen.
2) To change the Harmony type, hold down the Harmony button for a moment until the Harmony Select
menu is displayed.
3) Choose the Harmony type using the L and R buttons.
4) Press the EXIT button to leave the Harmony Select menu.
5) To turn off the Harmony, press the HARMONY button again.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L or R buttons to select your desired
Harmony type.
F7
• The additional notes created by Harmony are added to the RIGHT 1 Part, if that part is on. If the
RIGHT 1 Part is off, the additional notes are added to the RIGHT 2 Part. If both parts are off,
there will be no Harmony even though the HARMONY button is lit. The Harmony notes are
played with the same sound as the part they are added to.
• You can volume mix the Harmony separately in the MIXER screen.
• If the Accompaniment in not on, you will not be able to activate Harmony.
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Recording a Song
The CP has built-in recording capabilities that allow you to record
and play back your performances. Since the CP records your
performances as digital data, not audio data, you can easily edit
your performances after recording them. There are two ways to
use the CP’s recording feature:
Easy Recorder records your playing much like a tape recorder and
is just as easy to use. The CP will record all of your playing as well
as any changes you make to the front panel settings during the
recording.
independent tracks separately. In addition, with Advanced
Recorder you can edit your recorded data one measure or even
one note at a time.
Song data created on other instruments in the Standard MIDI File
format (SMF) can also be loaded into the CP’s recorder to be played
or edited. The CP’s recorder can read both Type 1 and 0 SMF files.
Please read the following sections carefully to learn more about
the capabilities of the Easy and Advanced recorder.
Advanced Recorder is useful for creating more complex recordings.
Advanced Recorder gives you the ability to record on up to 16
Easy Recording
The Easy Recorder will record all of your playing as well as any settings you have made on the front
panel or in the mixer screen at the touch of a button. Simply press the REC button and the CP will
begin recording with the first note you play. You can also record a Style along with your playing if
you like. Before you begin recording its a good idea to select your desired sound(s) and make any
panel settings you would like to record.
To record:
1) Press the REC button. The REC button LED will blink and the LCD screen will show Rec Ready. If you
want to, you can still change sounds or panel settings before proceeding.
2) Start recording in one of the following ways:
A. Play the keys and the CP will automatically start recording with the first note you play.
B. If you are recording with a Style, press the START/STOP button to start the recorder with the Style.
Pressing the INTRO/ENDING button will include an Intro phrase at the beginning of the recording.
C. You can also press the SYNC button to begin recording the Style and your own playing together.
D. Press the PLAY/STOP button to start with a 2-bar countdown to help you get ready.
3) When you are finished recording, press the PLAY/STOP button.
You may resume recording from the point where you stopped by repeating these steps from step 2.
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L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
The current bar number is displayed.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
You can make changes to the panel settings before
and during recording using the L and R buttons.
F7
F1
Takes you to the Mixer menu.
F2
Deletes the recorded song data
F3-F6 Changes the part status.
• You may resume recording from the bar where you stopped by repeating these steps. You can
also change sounds, tempo, and make other changes to the panel settings before you continue
recording.
• To Re-record or make other changes to a previously recorded section of a song, please read the
section titled “Re-recording or adding another Part” on page 44.
To play back the recorded song:
1) Press the RESET button in the RECORDER section of the front panel to return to the first bar of the
song.
2) Press the PLAY/STOP button to play back the song.
3) Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop at any time.
4) Pressing the PLAY/STOP button again resumes the playback from the bar where you stopped.
5) Use the RWD or FWD buttons to rewind or fast-forward through the recording.
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Part Status
The playback and record status for the RIGHT/ LEFT Parts and the Style are displayed at the bottom
of the LCD screen. Whether you are in the process of recording or playing back your song it is
helpful to know the status for each of these Parts.
The LCD screen will show the following Part status messages at the bottom of the screen:
REC
PLAY
MUTE
–––
This Part is ready to be recorded. This message is only displayed after the REC button has
been pressed.
This Part has been recorded and will be heard both on playback and while recording.
This Part has been recorded but will be silent both on playback and while recording.
This part has not been recorded.
After you have recorded a song you can change the status for a Part by pressing the appropriate
button, F3-6 below the LCD screen. Pressing the F buttons during playback will select PLAY or
MUTE. REC can only be selected after you press the REC button but before you begin recording.
During recording you can however set any Part to PLAY or MUTE by pressing the appropriate F
button.
You can record all RIGHT/LEFT Parts as well as the Style simultaneously or only certain Parts as
you choose. When you first record a song all Parts and the Style will be automatically set to REC
but only the active Parts and the Style will be recorded. When you are finished recording the status
for any active Parts and the Style will automatically change from REC to PLAY. After recording, the
status for any RIGHT/LEFT Parts that were not active during recording will be automatically changed
to - - - to show they have not been recorded yet.
When you press the PLAY/STOP button to listen to your song any Parts set to PLAY status will be
heard.
Re-recording or adding another Part
After you have recorded a song you can Re-record a Part or add (overdub) other Parts if you like
with the following procedure. Re-recording a Part completely erases the previous performance for
that Part automatically.
To Re-record or add a Part:
1) Make sure the Part(s) you wish to Re-record are active, then select any sounds or change panel
settings as desired.
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2) Press the REC button.
3) Press the appropriate F button(s) below the LCD screen to set the desired Part(s) to REC.
4) Begin recording by following step 2 in the “To Record” section on page 42.
Remember Re-Recording a Part completely erases the previously recorded performance for that
Part. You can Re-record or add any of the RIGHT/LEFT Parts as many times as you like but you can
only have one performance/sound for each RIGHT/LEFT Part.
Saving the song
Once you finish recording a song you should save it to disk before you turn the power OFF. Once
the power is turned OFF your song data will be lost.
See the section titled “Saving Data to a Floppy Disk” on page 129.
• If you press the EXIT button to get out of the Easy Recorder, the CP will automatically prompt
you to save your work.
Erasing the song
Whenever a Part is selected for recording, the new performance is written right over any existing
one that may be there for that Part. In this sense, the Easy Recorder is just like a tape machine. A
new song will simply erase the old song during the recording process.
However, if you wish to simply erase all the Parts and the Style in a song at once you can use the
Delete function.
To delete a song:
1) Press the DELETE button (F2) while the Recorder is not recording or currently ready to record. The
CP will ask if you are sure.
2) Use either the YES (F7) button to proceed or NO (F1) to cancel.
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R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Cancels erasing the song.
Proceeds with erasing the song.
• DELETE erases all of the performance data for all Parts and the Style in the song. The panel
setup, such as Style, Tempo, and Sound settings are not erased by the DELETE function.
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Advanced Recording
The Advanced Recorder is a full featured sixteen track MIDI recorder that includes many of the
same professional features found on dedicated MIDI sequencing (recording) devices. In addition
to sixteen MIDI tracks the CP Advanced recorder provides a separate Style, chord, and tempo track
for even more flexibility.
Even though you can create recordings of great musical complexity using the Advanced recorder
you will find that it is still very straightforward and easy to use.
Using the Advanced Recorder allows you much greater control over the recording and compositional
process than that offered by the Easy Recorder. However, songs created using the Easy Recorder
can also be edited using the Advanced Recorder by simply pressing the ADVANCED RECORDER
button.
To go to the Advanced Recorder Menu:
Press the ADVANCED RECORDER button. The recording options will be displayed on the screen.
L1
Change the Reverb, Effect, Panning, Volume level
and Chorus for each of the 16 tracks.
L2
Prepares the track for real-time recording.
L3
L4
L5
L1
R1
R1
Edit the general settings for the song.
L2
R2
R2
Edit the song by bars.
Re-record specific measures within your song.
L3
R3
R3
Edit the song by MIDI events.
Select the sound to be assigned to each of the
16 tracks, and change the track's recording and
play back status.
L4
R4
R4
Create your own new user Style.
L5
R5
Edit loop settings for the song.
F1
F1
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F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Converts recorded Style data into MIDI note data that can then
be edited in the Advanced Recorder. Style Paste will only be
displayed if the current song was recorded using a Style.
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Selects the starting bar for the Loop feature. This
function is a available only when Loop is turned
ON.
L4
Shows the current bar and beat number.
L3
Selects the sound or Style that you want to
record with.
L2
Selects the track on which you want to record.
There are 16 Instrument tracks, 1 Tempo track,
and 1 Style track.
L1
Real-time Recording
With Real-time record, the CP records your performance as you are playing it, in real-time. You can
select any of the sixteen instrument tracks or the Style and tempo tracks to record, but you can
only record on one track at a time. Since the Advanced Recorder only records on one track at a
time, only the RIGHT 1 Part is active in the Advanced Recorder. Any other active Parts are
automatically turned OFF when the ADVANCED RECORDER button is pressed. In addition to
selecting the desired track to record, the Real-time recording screen provides many other useful
Real-time recording functions.
To use Real-time recording:
1) From the Advanced Recorder menu, press the L2 button to select “Real Time REC”, or simply press
the REC button. The REC button LED will blink and the LCD screen will display the “Real Time REC”
screen.
2) Use the F, L and R buttons to select a function to edit. Use the Dial to change the values.
3) If necessary, you can go to the Mixer and Track Settings screens by pressing the appropriate F
buttons.
L1
R1
R1
R2
L2
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Changes the time signature.
Changes the tempo.
R2
R3
L3
L4
L5
R3
R4
R5
R4
F1
F7
Selects the recording mode. REPLACE
erases the previous data and records the
new data in its place. OVERDUB mixes the
new data with the previous data so that both
are heard together. Repeatedly pressing the
R3 button switches between the REPLACE
and OVERDUB.
Selects the ending bar for the Loop feature.
This function is available only when Loop
is turned on.
F1
Cancels the real-time recording setup and returns you to the Advanced
Recorder menu.
F2
Takes you to the Mixer menu.
F4, F5 Takes you to the Track Settings menu.
F6
Turns the Loop feature on/off
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4) Start recording by pressing the PLAY/STOP button while the REC button LED is blinking. There is an
automatic two bar count in before the CP begins recording. If you are recording on the Style track you
must press the START/STOP or INTRO buttons instead of the PLAY/STOP button. When recording a
Style there is no two bar count in, recording begins immediately.
You can cancel recording at anytime by pressing the REC button again or by pressing the F1 button to
return to the Advanced Recorder menu.
• When you select a Style to record the default tempo for that Style is ignored. The Style will use
the current tempo setting for the song instead. You can set the desired tempo on the Real-time
record screen before recording or change the tempo after you have recorded in Song Edit or on
the tempo track in Event Edit.
• When you are recording on the Style track only the Style will be recorded. The style track will
record any chords (to the chord track) you play but the actual notes you are playing will not be
recorded.
• When the recording is done, the Mixer screen will automatically be displayed.
To play back the recorded song:
1) Press the RESET button in the RECORDER section of the front panel to return to the first bar of the
song.
2) Press the PLAY/STOP button to play back the song.
3) Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop at any time.
4) Pressing the PLAY/STOP button again resumes the playback from the bar where you stopped.
5) Use the RWD or FWD buttons to rewind or fast-forward through the recording.
Mixer
On the Mixer screen, you can change the following settings for each of the 16 tracks: Reverb level,
Chorus level, Effect on/off, Panning, Track mute, Volume level.
To use the Mixer:
1) Use the TRACK buttons (F2, F3) to select which of the 16 tracks you wish to make changes to.
2) Use the L1 and L5 buttons to choose the track setting that you want to change.
3) Use the Dial to change the value.
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4) At this point, you can start recording or go to another menu to continue setting up.
• You can make changes on the Mixer screen at any time except while the CP is busy recording.
The Mixer screen is accessible from the Advanced Recorder menu, Track Settings screen and
Real-time Rec screen.
• You can save any changes you have made to the settings on the Mixer screen at any bar or beat
in your song. Simply play back the song or press the FWD/RWD buttons until you reach the
exact bar and beat where you want to make changes to the Mixer settings and stop the song.
Make any changes on the Mixer screen, then press the SAVE button (F7). You can do this as
many times and in as many places within your song as you wish.
Note
“Saving” here only means any changes you made on the Mixer screen were saved as part of the
song. Once you finish recording a song or after you make any important changes you should save
it to disk before you turn the power OFF. Once the power is turned OFF your song data and any
changes you have made will be lost.
See the section titled “Saving Data to a Floppy Disk” on page 129.
L1, L5 Used to select the track setting you want to
change. Use the Dial to change the value.
L1
R1
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
F1
F1
F2, F3
F4, F5
F6
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Returns you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Selects the track that you wish to edit.
Takes you to the Track Settings menu.
Turns Loop ON/OFF.
Saves the Mixer settings as part of the song.
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Track Settings
The Track Settings screen shows you the Play, Record, and Mute status for each track. In addition
it shows you what sound is assigned for the sixteen instrument tracks. You can change the track
status or select a different sound for each track.
The Track Status screen will show the following Status messages.
Rec
Play
MIDI Rec
Mute
Empty
This track is ready to be recorded.
This track has been recorded and will be heard both on playback and while recording.
MIDI Rec enables the CP to record incoming MIDI data from an external MIDI
instrument connected to the MIDI jacks. You can set more than one track to MIDI
Rec, enabling the CP to record on several tracks simultaneously over MIDI.
This track has been recorded but will be silent both on playback and while recording.
This track has not been recorded.
After you have recorded a song you can change the status for a track by pressing the STATUS
button (F3) below the LCD screen. Pressing the STATUS button during playback will select Play or
Mute. Pressing the STATUS button after entering Real-time record but before recording begins, will
select Play, MIDI Rec, or Mute. Rec can only be selected from the Real-time Record screen. The
Track settings screen cannot be accessed during recording.
To use the Track Settings screen:
1) Press the TRACK SETTINGS button (L4) on the Advanced Recorder menu.
2) Press the L3 and L4 buttons to select the track that you wish to edit. If you wish to select tracks 1016, the Style, or Tempo tracks, press the L5 button to jump to these tracks. Press the L2 button to
return to tracks 1-9.
3) Press the STATUS button (F3) to change the status to PLAY, MUTE or MIDI REC.
4) If you wish to change the sound assigned to the track, press the SOUND buttons (F5, F6). You can
also select sounds by pressing any of the SOUND buttons.
5) When you are finished, press the MENU button (F1) to return to the Advanced Recorder menu or
press the MIXER button (F2) to go to the Mixer menu.
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L2
Jumps to tracks 1-9.
L3, L4 Selects the tracks one at a time.
L5
Jumps to tracks 10-16, Tempo, and Style.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2
F3
F5, F6
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R1
Changes the tempo. Use the Dial to change
the value.
F7
Returns you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Takes you to the Mixer.
Changes the track’s status.
Selects a different sound for the track.
Saves the Track settings as part of the song.
• As discussed in the above section, MIDI Rec enables the CP to record incoming MIDI data from
an external MIDI instrument connected to the MIDI jacks. You can set more than one track to
MIDI REC, enabling the CP to record on several tracks simultaneously over MIDI. Each MIDI
Rec track will record on the incoming MIDI channel that corresponds to its track number. Track
1 records MIDI channel 1 and so on.
Loop Settings
The Loop function lets you specify certain bars or your entire song to repeat over and over. Loop is
a global function and all tracks will be looped equally. You cannot have different loop settings for
each track.
To set the Loop:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Go to the Loop Settings screen by pressing the L5 button in the Advanced Recorder menu.
Use the L2–L4 buttons to select the different settings, then use the Dial to change the values.
Press the L2 button to turn the Loop ON/OFF.
Press the L3 button to specify the bar where you want the Loop to start.
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5) Press the L4 button to specify the bar where you want the Loop to end.
6) Press the MENU button (F1) to return to the Advanced Recorder menu when you are finished.
L1
R1
L2
Turns the Loop ON/OFF.
L2
R2
L3
Specifies the starting bar.
L3
R3
L4
Specifies the ending bar.
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you back to the Advanced Recorder menu.
• You can turn looping on and off in the Mixer menu. However, you still have to set the Start and
End Bar from the Loop Settings menu.
• You can set up looping for recording in the Real-time REC menu as well. In the Real-time REC
menu, when you turn on the looping, the Start Bar and End Bar information will be automatically
copied from the Loop Settings menu.
Style Paste
When you record a Style as part of your song, the Style data is automatically recorded on the Style
track. This data is unique to the CP, and cannot be used with any other musical instruments.
Additionally the instrument tracks that are part of the Style cannot be edited individually.
Style Paste converts any Style data recorded on the Style track into MIDI note and event data and
places it on separate tracks (Trks 9-16). Once the Style data is converted into actual note data, you
can view and edit the individual Style tracks as if you had recorded the data yourself. Also your
song including the Style can now be played back by any other MIDI instrument that reads Standard
MIDI File (SMF) format song data.
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• Before you use Style Paste, you need to make sure Tracks 9-16 are empty or don’t contain important
data. When the Style is pasted, the data from the Style track will be pasted into these tracks and
will replace any existing data.
To use Style Paste:
1) Press the STYLE PASTE button (F1) while you are in the Advanced Recorder menu. The LCD screen
will prompt you for confirmation.
2) If you would like to proceed, press the YES button (F7), or press the NO button (F1) to cancel.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Cancels the Style Paste.
Proceeds with Style Paste.
Punch-In Recording
Punching In means being able to automatically start recording right in the middle of a track that is
playing back, continue recording new data on that track for a specified number of measures, and
then automatically stop recording at a specific measure and hear the rest of the track play to the
end. This tool is very valuable if you wish to record over some misplayed notes in the middle of a
track, but would like to preserve the music in the measures leading up to, and following, the trouble
spot.
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To use Punch-in recording:
1) Select Punch In/Out in the Advanced Recorder menu.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the options and change their values using the Dial. Select AUTO
with the R5 button to have the CP automatically handle the punching in/out while you play.
3) Press the REHEARSAL button (F4, F5) to listen to the song for rehearsal. If you need to adjust mixing
or if you would like to loop the song, use the MIXER (F2) or LOOP ON/OFF (F6) button.
4) When you are ready to record, press the REC button and then the PLAY button. The music will start
immediately from the Start Bar that you have chosen. Once the song reaches the Punch In Bar, any
notes that you play on the keyboard will be recorded.
Recording will stop when the song reaches the Punch-Out Bar, but the CP will keep playing back the
song to the end unless you press the STOP button.
You can repeat the punch-in/out section by turning the looping on with the F6 button.
5) Listen to what you have recorded and re-record if necessary.
L1
L3
Selects the track to Punch in on.
Selects the measure in the song from where you
want the CP to start playing.
L4
Selects the measure where the CP will punch-in
and start recording.
L5
Selects the measure where the CP will punchout and stop recording.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F4, F5
F6
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F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
R1
Changes the time signature.
R2
Changes the tempo.
R3
Selects the recording mode. REPLACE
erases the previous data and records the
new data in its place. OVERDUB mixes the
new data with the previous data so that both
are heard together. Repeatedly pressing the
R3 button switches between the REPLACE
and OVERDUB.
R5
Selects the Punch-in method, Auto or Pedal.
Repeatedly pressing the R5 button switches
between the Auto and Pedal.
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Takes you to the Mixer Settings menu.
Plays the song for rehearsal.
Turns Loop on/off.
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Selects the measure in the song from where you
want the CP to start playing.
L3
Selects the track to Punch in.
L1
• If you set the CP to Punch-In at the very first measure of the song, the metronome will
automatically play a two-measure intro to assist you with the timing. These “ticks” will not be
recorded as part of the track.
Punch-In recording using the pedal
Instead of specifically setting an automatic Punch-In and Punch-Out Bar, you can use the center
pedal to manually Punch In and Out.
• You can punch in and out with pedal one time for each pass over the track that you make.
To use the pedal to Punch-In/Out:
1) Use the R5 button to select Pedal in the Punch In/Out menu.
2) Use the L and R buttons to set up other recording options.
3) Press the REC button to start. The song will start playing.
4) When the song reaches the bar where you wish to punch in, press the center pedal and play the
keyboard.
5) When you reach the bar where you wish to punch out, press the pedal again to stop recording. Notice
that the song keeps playing to the end (it’s just no longer recording) or until you press STOP.
L1
R1
R3
L3
R2
L2
R5
L5
R4
L4
R1
R2
R3
R5
F1
F1
F2
F4, F5
F6
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Takes you to the Mixer Settings menu.
Plays the song for reharsal.
Turns Loop on/off.
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Changes the time signature.
Changes the tempo.
Selects the recording mode. REPLACE
erases the previous data and records the new
data in its place. OVERDUB mixes the new
data with the previous data so that both are
heard together. Repeatedly pressing the R3
button switches between the REPLACE and
OVERDUB.
Selects Auto or Pedal as the Punch-In
method. Repeatedly pressing the R5 button
switches between the Auto and Pedal.
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Song Edit
Song Edit lets you name, transpose, and change initial tempo settings for your song.
To edit the song:
1) Select Song Edit from the Advanced Recorder menu. The Song Edit screen is displayed.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the setting that you wish to change, then use the Dial to change the
value.
3) To name to the song, use the F2 and F3 buttons to move the cursor over the characters in the name,
then use the Dial to select characters.
4) Press the L3 button to set the transpose amount. You can transpose your song +/- 24 in half step
increments.
5) Press L4 to change the initial tempo setting of the song.
6) When you are finished, press the MENU button (F1) to return to the Advanced Recorder menu.
L1
R1
L2
Names the song.
L2
R2
L3
Adjusts transposition.
L3
R3
L4
Sets the initial tempo of the song.
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
F2, F3 Moves the cursor over the characters when naming the song.
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Bar Editing
Bar Edit contains many useful editing functions. You can edit your song one bar or any number of
bars at a time.
To use Bar Edit:
1) In the Advanced Recorder menu select Bar Edit (R2). The Bar Edit screen will be displayed.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the desired editing function. The editing screen for that function
will be displayed.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L and R buttons to select the desired edit
function.
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
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Quantize
Quantize automatically shifts the timing of a note. This can be used to correct imperfect timing in
a performance by shifting notes that were played either too early or too late so they will fall exactly
on the correct beat. For example, you can accurately align any out of time notes to the nearest 8thor 16th-note beat depending on the type of song you are quantizing. Sometimes quantizing all of
your notes to exactly the same beat can make your playing sound too stiff. The Advanced Recorder
quantize function allows you to set a quantize “Range” so only the notes that were very early or late
are quantized. Notes that were almost perfect are not quantized thus keeping more of the original
feeling in your music.
L1
Selects the track that you wish to quantize.
L2, L3 Selects the bar range that you want to quantize.
Use the Dial to set the bar numbers.
L4
Selects the lowest note that you want to quantize.
Use the Dial to change the note value.
L5
Selects the highest note that you want to
quantize. Use the Dial to change the note value.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Selects the note Resolution for quantization.
Use the Dial to change the value.
R3, R4 Sets the Low and High Range for
quantization. Use the Dial to change the
value.
F7
Returns you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the quantization which was just applied. This option
is not always available.
Applies the quantization to your recording.
• Resolution determines the timing value the quantize function will use to shift the notes you want
to quantize. For example, setting a quarter note resolution will shift all of the quantized notes to
the nearest quarter beat. Setting an eighth note resolution will shift all of the quantized notes to
the nearest eighth beat and so on. In the Advanced Recorder, quantize values are expressed in
note values and as a number that indicates how many clock beats each note value contains. The
Advanced Recorder divides each beat in a bar into 96 smaller clock beats. A Quarter note is 96
clock beats, an eighth note is 48 clock beats, and a sixteenth note is 24 clock beats and so on.
The quantize resolution range is from quarter notes (96 clocks), to 64th note triplets (4 clocks).
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• Range sets up timing “borders” around the Resolution value you specify. Notes within these
borders will not be quantized and notes outside the borders will be moved to the nearest beat
specified by the resolution value (Quarter note, Eighth note, etc.). The negative value represents
the placement of the “border” before the beat, and the positive value represents the placement
the “border” after the beat. Together, these two “borders” form a timing “range” around the
specified beat.
«
○
»
Resolution
24
Beat
»
Beat
12
○
»
○
○
«
○
○
Resolution
48
○
○
○
○
○
24
○
Beat
○
○
24
○
○
○
Beat
○
○
«
○
○
○
○
○
»
○
○
«
«
12
○
12
○
○
Beat
○
○
○
Range
-3, 3
○
○
The notes that fall beyond the
Range are moved to the closest
“border” of the Range.
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
The notes that fall inside the Range
are not shifted at all.
«
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Range
2, 10
12
○
Beat
○
○
○
○
○
○
Resolution
24
○
○
○
Range
0, 0
○
○
○
Selecting zero Range results in no
“range”, and all notes are shifted
to the precise beat.
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
By experimenting with Resolution and Range settings, you can correct the timing of the notes in your
recording while still allowing for a natural, human feel.
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Copy
The Copy function allows you to copy a section or all of the data on a track to another location.
The destination may be on the same track, or it can be on another track.
• The destination of the copied data must either be:
1) A location that already has data in it.
2) The first blank bar after the end of a track (Bar 1 if the destination track is empty).
For example, if a track only has 10 bars in it, you cannot copy data onto bar 20. You can, however,
copy data to bars 1 through 11.
• Copied data replaces any current data that may be at the destination.
L2
L3
L4
Selects the track to be copied. Use the Dial to
select the track numbers 1-16, Tempo, or Chord.
Selects the bar where the data that you are
copying starts. Use the Dial to change the bar
number.
Selects the bar where the data that you are
copying ends. Use the Dial to change the bar
number.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F7
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F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Selects the destination track. Use the Dial
to select the track number 1-16, Tempo, or
Chord.
R3
Selects the bar in the destination track where
the copied data will be placed.
F7
Returns you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the copying. This option is not always available.
Proceed with copying.
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Selects the last bar that contains the data that
you want to delete. Use the Dial to change bars.
L4
Selects the first bar that has the data you want
to delete. Use the Dial to change bars.
L3
Selects the track to be deleted. Use the Dial to
choose 1-16, Tempo, Chord or All.
L2
Delete
Delete completely erases and removes the bars that you specify.
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
L4
L5
F1
F1
F2
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R3
R4
R5
F7
Returns you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the deletion. This option is not always available.
Proceed with the deletion.
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Insert
The Insert function duplicates data from specified bars and copies it to a certain location. However,
the current data at the destination is not erased, but instead is pushed back to make room for the
copied data.
L2
Selects the track that contains the data you wish
to duplicate. Choose from 1-16, Tempo, Chord
or All.
L3
Selects the first bar that has the data you want
to duplicate.
L4
Selects the last bar that has the data you want to
duplicate.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F3, F4
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Selects the destination track where you want
this data inserted. Choose from 1-16,
Tempo, Chord or All.
R3
Selects the bar in the destination track where
you want this data inserted.
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the Insert. This option is not always available.
Takes you to the Insert Bar menu.
Proceeds with the Insert.
• If you just wish to insert empty bars into a track, select INSERT BAR (F3 or F4), and a sub-menu
will be displayed. You can insert empty bars into a track between bars that have data, or at the
first blank bar at the end of the track.
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Selects the time signature for the bars that are
going to be inserted. Use the Dial to change the
value.
L3
Selects the number of empty bars you wish to
insert. Use the Dial to change the value.
L2
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
L4
L5
F1
F1
F2
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
R3
R4
R3
Selects the track where the empty bars are
going to be inserted. Choose 1-16, Tempo,
Chord or All.
Selects the location in the destination track
where you want the empty bars inserted.
Use the Dial to choose the location.
R5
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Undoes the Insert. This option is not always available.
Proceeds with the Insert.
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Erase
Erases data in the bars that you specify, and leaves them as empty bars.
L2
Selects the track that has the bars you want to
erase. Choose 1-16, Tempo or Chord.
L3
Selects the first bar to be erased. Use the Dial to
change the bar.
L4
Selects the last bar to be erased. Use the Dial to
change the bar.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F7
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F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the Erase. This option is not always available.
Proceeds with the Erase.
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L2
Merge
Merge combines data from two tracks. You can make complex musical phrases using several tracks,
then combine them together on one track. Remember that there can only be one instrument sound
assigned to each track, so the resulting merged track will play all the combined data using one
instrument sound. Merge can be useful for making rhythm patterns by first recording different
drum/ percussion parts using the same drum kit on several tracks for easy editing of each instrument,
or recording the right and left hand parts of a piano piece and combining them later on one track to
free up extra tracks for more recording.
• Merge does not automatically erase the track from where you copied the data.
Selects the track from where you want to copy
data. Choose 1-16.
R2
L2
R1
L1
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
F1
F1
F2
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Select the track where you want this data
merged to. Choose 1-16.
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the Merge. This option is not always available.
Proceed with the Merge.
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Gate Time Modify
Gate time refers to the length of a note as a percentage. Whatever the length of a note is when it is
first recorded, this value is considered as its Gate time of 100%. By editing the length of the note,
you can shorten it to 10% or lengthen it to 300% of the original value.
L2
Selects the track in which you want to modify
Gate times. Use the Dial to choose the track.
L3
Selects the first bar of the data that you want to
modify Gate times for. Use the Dial to change
bars.
L4
Selects the last bar of the data that you want to
modify Gate times for. Use the Dial to change
bars.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F7
Recording a Song
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Adjusts the Gate time in 10% increments.
Use the Dial to select a value from 10%300%.
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the Gate time adjustment. This option is not always
available.
Proceeds with applying the Gate time adjustment.
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Selects the bar where the data you want to adjust
ends.
L4
Selects the bar where the data you want to adjust
starts.
L3
Selects the track in which you want to adjust
Velocity.
L2
Velocity Modify
Velocity refers to how hard a key is struck, which translates into the dynamics of how loud the
produced sound is.
A note’s Velocity is a numerical value from 1-127. When editing the note Velocities in your recording,
you can change them within a +/-100 range of their original values.
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
L4
L5
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Adjusts Velocity from -100 to +100 of their
current values.
R3
R4
R5
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the Velocity adjustment. This option is not always
available.
Proceeds with adjusting the Velocity values.
F7
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Clock Move
In the Resolution section of this manual we learned that the CP Advanced recorder divides each
beat in a bar into 96 clock beats, also expressed as a quarter note. Therefore there are 48 clocks per
eighth note, and 24 clocks per sixteenth note and so on. This relationship holds true regardless of
the song’s tempo.
On the CP, you can shift the timing of all notes in a track by shifting the entire track ahead (negative
values) or behind (positive values) the beat by a certain clock value. Clock move is useful for
adjusting the overall timing of a track. For example, if a certain sound you recorded responds
slowly and sounds behind the beat, you could shift the timing of the notes ahead of the beat to
compensate for the sounds slow response and make its timing feel more natural.
L2
Selects the track that you wish to move. Choose
from 1-16.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2
F7
Recording a Song
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Sets how many clocks you wish to move the
track. Choose from –999 to +999.
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the clock move. This option is not always available.
Proceeds with applying the clock move.
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Transpose
This will transpose the notes within a specified bar(s) up or down in half-step increments.
Selects the bar where the notes you want to
transpose end.
L4
Selects the bar where the notes you want to
transpose start.
L3
Selects the track that has the notes you want to
transpose. Choose from 1-16.
L2
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
L4
L5
F1
F1
F2
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Adjusts transposition amount in half-step
increments from -24 to 24.
R3
R4
R5
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Undoes the transposition. This option is not always available.
Proceeds with applying the transposition.
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Event Edit
Event Edit enables you to examine and edit your performance note by note.
To use Event Edit:
1) Select Event Edit in the Advanced Recorder menu. The Event Edit screen will be displayed.
2) Choose the track that you want to edit using the TRACK buttons (F3, F4). Note that Style, Chord, and
Tempo track can be edited as well.
3) Use the L buttons to scroll up or down the event list until you find the specific event that you want to
edit. You can also use the Dial to scroll through the event list. You will hear the individual events
being played as you scroll over them.
4) Use the CURSOR buttons (F5, F6) buttons to determine how you want to scroll through the event list.
Selecting Bar scrolls through the event list bar by bar, selecting Beat scrolls through the event list
beat by beat and so on. The selection will become highlighted.
L2
Moves the cursor to the previous bar.
L3
Moves the cursor up the event list.
L4
Moves the cursor down the event list.
L5
L1
R1
R1
Removes the selected event.
L2
R2
R2
Creates a new event.
L3
R3
R3
Modifies the existing event.
L4
R4
L5
R5
Moves the cursor to the next bar.
F1
F1
F3, F4
F5, F6
F7
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F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Selects the track to work with.
Moves the cursor across the columns in the event list.
Starts playing the Track.
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5) Select the function that you would like to apply to this event. You can select DELETE (R1) to remove
the event, INSERT (R2) to create a new event at any specified location, or REPLACE (R3) to change
the existing event. Enter new values in the pop up Entry Box when you select INSERT or REPLACE.
When Inserting or Replacing an event, use the CURSOR buttons to select the specific part of the
event you want to edit. Use the Dial to change the value.
6) Press the EXEC (F7) button to proceed, or press CANCEL (F2). The CP will prompt you for confirmation.
7) Use the MENU button (F1) to return to the Advanced Recorder menu when you are done editing.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
FI
Takes you to the Advanced Recorder Menu.
F2
Cancel the edit.
F5, F6 Moves the cursor across the columns in the event list.
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Recording a Song
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Creating Your Own Styles
The Concert Performer contains 182 built-in Styles covering a wide
variety of musical genres. There are two powerful features that
allow you to edit any of these Styles to better suit your musical
tastes, or even create your own Style entirely from scratch! These
are the Conductor and the Style Maker.
The Conductor allows you to edit the Style data and personalize it
to your taste.
The Style Maker allows you to create Styles of your own.
There are three ways of using this feature: Make a New Style, Edit
an Existing Style, and Phrase Combination.
Conductor
The Conductor is used to edit Preset data.
Easy Style Edit
This is an easy way to edit the Style data. The CP built-in styles are comprised
three different types, Full, Intimate, and Solo Piano Styles. A Full Style
consists of six instrument tracks called Sections. These are the Drums,
Bass, and four Accompaniment tracks. The Intimate Styles have four
Sections, Drum, Bass, And Two Accompaniment tracks. The Solo piano
Styles have two Accompaniment Tracks (Right and Left hand) and no Drum
or Bass tracks.
When you play a Style, each of these sections plays a musical Phrase
composed for that type of instrument. Each section can play one of four
different musical phrases, one for each of the four variations within a Style.
Easy Edit lets you assign which of these four Phrases will be played by each
section for each of the four variations within the style. This means you can
mix and match the different phrases for each section to create your own
unique arrangements. Once you are satisfied with your edits, you can save
your Easy Style edits to the PRESET STYLE.
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To use Easy Edit:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Select the Style and the Variation (1–4) that you would like to edit.
Press the EDIT button. The LCD screen will display the Easy Style Edit screen.
Use the F2–F7 buttons to select a Section to edit.
Use the L buttons to select the desired Phrase (1-4) for each Section. You can edit while the Style is
running to hear your changes.
5) To mute a Section, press the corresponding F button. Pressing the F button again will un-mute the
section.
6) If you would like to save your edits, press the SAVE TO PRESET (R1) button. The saved contents will
be written to the PRESET STYLE. If you don’t save your edits, they will be lost when you turn the
power OFF.
7) Press the EXIT button to leave the Easy Style Edit screen.
L2–L5 Selects a Phrase for the Section.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R1
Saves the changes to the Preset Style.
F7
F2–F7 Selects which Section is being changed. Pressing again will
mute the Section.
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• Pressing the SAVE button will save all Styles at one time. You cannot save individually.
• For Intimate Styles the ACC 3/4 Sections are not used and cannot be edited.
• For Solo Piano Styles the Drum, Bass, and ACC 3/4 Sections are not used and cannot be edited.
Resetting the Style
The CP always remembers the original Preset Style settings. If you wish to restore those factory
settings before saving your edits, simply press the RESET button in the Conductor.
• If you would like to revert all Styles back to their original factory settings, after you have pressed
the SAVE button, use reset Conductor on the Soft Reset screen. See the section titled “Soft
Reset” on page 124.
Note:
Easy Edit doesn’t allow you to edit the Intro, Ending and Fill-ins. However, muting a Section in the
Style will result in automatic muting of the same Section in the Intro, Ending and Fill-ins. If you
mute a certain Section, you need to consider what effect it will have on the overall Style.
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Making a Style with Get Phrase from Recorder
This is the most flexible way to create a new Style.
You can take music that you have recorded using the CP’s own Recorder and convert it into Style
data. Or, you can use an external MIDI device or a personal computer to create the musical phrases,
then load the data into the CP’s Recorder and convert those.
Configuration of a Style
A complete Style consists of the following patterns:
Basic pattern
Fill-in
Intro Major
Intro Minor
Ending Major
Ending Minor
4 patterns (Variation 1–4)
4 patterns (Fill-In 1–4)
2 pattern
2 pattern
2 pattern
2 pattern
Max 16 measures
1 or 2 measures
Max 16 measures
Max 16 measures
Max 16 measures
Max 16 measures
• Each of these are made of six Sections—Drum, Bass, ACC1, ACC2, ACC3 and ACC4. However
you don’t necessarily have to have all of them to create a Style. For example, you may not need
to use some Variations or Sections to accomplish your musical idea. These unused sections may
be left blank, or filled with Section data copied from the initial source Style that you were asked
to choose at the beginning of the Style Maker process.
• The different Sections can be of varying bar lengths as long as they stay within the limit. Having
them all the same length may make the Style easier to use in a song, but you may find that having
uneven bar lengths among the Sections can create interesting musical results.
• Before you can generate a Style from these phrases, you have to have them loaded into the
Recorder, keeping in mind which tracks in the Recorder are going hold data for which Sections
in the new Style.
• The source recording in the CP’s Recorder can be in any key. However, you need to know what
key that is, because you will have to specify that as part of generating a new Style. For simplicity’s
sake it is advisable to record in C if you are planing on using the recording with the Style Maker.
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Selects Phrase Combination.
L5
Selects Edit Existing Style.
L3
Selects Make New Style.
L1
To create a Style:
1) Press the ADVANCED RECORDER button. The LCD screen will display the Advanced Recorder menu.
2) In the Advanced Recorder menu, press the Style Maker button (R4). The LCD screen will display the
first Style Maker screen.
3) To make a completely new Style, press the Make New Style button (L1). To edit an existing style,
press the Edit Existing Style button (L3) and use the Dial to select the style you want to edit.
4) Press the ENTER button (F7). The Style Maker Get Phrase screen will be displayed.
L1
R1
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
L5
F1
F1
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R5
R3
R5
Selects the Style you want to edit.
Selects the Initial Style.
F7
Go to the Advanced Recorder menu.
Enters the selected Style Maker menu.
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5) Use the F2–F7 buttons to select which track from the Recorder has the data that you want used for
each Section of the Style. You can switch off a Section by pressing its F button twice, and the Section
will not be created in your Style.
6) Use the L and R buttons to set up the options and select the proper data from the Recorder. You may
have different options for each track.
7) Press the MORE button (F1) for advanced settings.
8) Press the R4 button to generate the Style. You can listen to it by pressing the START/STOP button.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
Selects the bar length of the phrase in the
recording that you want to convert.
L4
R4
L4
Enter the key that the phrase was in.
L5
R5
L5
Selects the track where the phrase was recorded.
L1
Selects which pattern you are currently creating.
L2
Selects the first bar of the phrase in the recording
that you want to convert.
L3
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Saves the new Style.
R4
Generates the new Style from your settings.
F7
F1
Takes you to the next menu for more options.
F2-F7 Selects which Section(s) you are working with. Pressing
twice deactivates the Section so that it will not be
incorporated into the new Style.
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9) If you would like to save it, press SAVE (R2).
10) Press the PRESET TEMPO button (L1) and use the dial to set the default tempo for the style.
11) Press the SAVE TO button (L3) and use the Dial to select the location to save your new Style.
12) Press the NAME button (L4). Use the F2 and F3 buttons to move the cursor and use the F4 and F5
buttons or the Dial to select the characters to name the style.
13) Press the SAVE button (F7).
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2, F3
F4, F5
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Moves the cursor.
Selects the characters.
Saves the style to User Style.
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Auto-accompaniment System
The Concert Performer Auto-Accompaniment System (ACC) analyzes your playing and adjusts the
note data recorded in the different Phrases in a pattern to match the root key and chord type you
are playing. The ACC System also shifts the octave for each phrase to keep each section playing
within its musically useful range. To get the most out of this System, any new Style you create can
benefit from some fine tuning of these settings.
When you press the MORE button (F1) on the Style Maker Get Phrase screen, the Style Maker
Detail Settings screen will be displayed.
Accompaniment Type (ACC Type)
This setting determines how Phrases being played by a particular section in a pattern will be analyzed
by the Auto-accompaniment (ACC) System. There are Two Accompaniment Types: Chordal and
Scalic (melodic). Chordal Phrases usually consist of block chords or arppegiated chords. You
should set this kind Phrase to Chordal. Scalic Phrases usually play melodic phrases that serve to
add interest to the style as well as provide counter melodies and riffs. Melodic Phrases or Phrases
that contain chromatic passages should be set to Scalic. Scalic Phrases can also contain chords but
they will be analyzed differently than chords in a Chordal Phrase. The Bass section is automatically
set to Scalic since it will rarely if ever play chords.
The terms Open and Close apply to Chordal Phrases, and refer to how the CP will regulate the
voicing of a Chordal Phrase. Setting a Section to Open will allow for open-voiced chords, which
might be good for guitar and string sounds. Setting a Section to Close maintains closed voiced
chords, which are better suited to piano parts and other chording or comping instruments.
Range
This determines the chord inversions that a Chordal Phrase will play.
The term “range” here has nothing to do with the span of actual chord notes. It selects which note
in the chord will serve as the basis of the chord inversion.
HI is the initial setting and is recommended as a starting point. MID plays an inversion based on the
next lower note in relation to HI, while LO plays an inversion based two-notes lower.
Crossover
This determines the point where a Scalic Phrase will be transposed to keep the notes in a musically
useful range. When notes in a Scalic Phrase fall below the Crossover point you select they will be
transposed up one octave by the Accompaniment System. For example if you set the Crossover
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Changes BASS LIMIT.
L5
Changes CROSS OVER.
L4
Changes RANGE.
L3
Changes ACC Type.
L2
point to E, the Phrase would begin to be transposed up one octave whenever you play a chord with
an E as the root.
Experiment with the different Chordal and Scalic settings to find the one that works best with each
Phrase.
Bass Limit
This is an option for the Bass section and sets the limit for the lowest note the Bass will play. If a
note in a Bass Phrase falls below the limit, it will automatically be transposed up an octave.
To adjust the auto-accompaniment system:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Use the L2-L4 buttons to select the setting you wish to change.
Use the F3-F7 buttons to select the Section.
Use the Dial to select or change a value.
When done, press the BACK button (F1) to go back the previous menu. Then save the Style if necessary.
R2
L2
R1
L1
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the previous menu.
F2
Plays the style.
F3-F7 Selects the Section.
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Making a Style with Phrase Combination
Phrase Combination is similar to Easy Style Edit in the Conductor. Phrase Combination however,
lets you not only combine Phrases from within the selected Style but you can also combine Phrases
from any of the Styles in the CP to create a new Style. Additionally you can edit Fill-ins and basic
patterns (Variations).
• You cannot change the Intro and Ending Phrases. These will remain the same as in your selected
Style.
To use Phrase Combination:
1) In the Advanced Recorder menu, press the Style Maker button (R4). The LCD screen will display the
first Style Maker screen.
2) Press the Phrase Combination button (L5) and use the dial to select the initial style.
3) Press the ENTER button (F7) to proceed to the next screen.
4) Use the L2 and R2 buttons to select which of the four Fill-ins and Variations you would like to change.
5) Use the L3 and L5 buttons to select the Section to change.
6) Use the F4 and F5 buttons to move the cursor between the Style and Phrase column.
7) Use the Dial to change the current Style or Phrase. You can jump to the desired Style category by
pressing the Style select buttons directly.
8) Press the PLAY button (F2) to listen to the new Style.
9) Press the SAVE button (F7) to save the new Style.
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L2
Selects the pattern to change. Choose Variation
1–4 or Fill-in 1–4.
L3, L5 Selects the Section to be modified.
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
R4
L4
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Selects the pattern to change. Choose
Variation 1–4 or Fill-in 1–4.
R3
R5
L5
F1
F1
F2
F4, F5
F7
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Plays the new style.
Moves the cursor between the Style and Phrase columns.
Saves the modified data as a new Style.
10) Press the PRESET TEMPO button (L1) and use the dial to set the default tempo for the style.
11) Press the SAVE TO button (L3) and use the Dial to select the location to be saved.
12) Press the NAME button (L4). Use the F2 and F3 buttons to move the cursor and use the F4 and F5
buttons or the Dial to select the characters to name the style.
13) Press the SAVE button (F7).
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L1
Sets the default tempo for the style.
L3
Selects the location to be saved.
L4
Names the style.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2, F3
F4, F5
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F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the Style Maker Record screen.
Moves the cursor.
Selects the characters.
Saves the style to User Style.
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Editing Sounds
Even though the Concert Performer has over 600 high quality
instrument and drum sounds built-in, there may be times when you
would like to change some of the qualities of a sound to really get
the tonal character that you have in mind. The CP allows you edit
certain settings for individual sounds.
Editing the Preset Effect Settings
Each of the CP instrument Sounds has preset Chorus and Effect settings that are applied automatically
whenever that sound is selected.
You can change these settings to suit your tastes and save them so they become the preset settings
for that Sound.
To adjust the settings:
1) Select the sound you want to edit and press the SOUND EDIT button (F7). The Preset Sound Settings
screen will be displayed.
2) Press the L1 button and then turn the Dial to select which preset sound you wish to modify.
3) Use the L and R buttons to select the different effect settings and use the Dial to change their value.
4) When you are finished, press the SAVE button (F7) to save your settings.
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L1
Selects the preset sound to edit.
L1
R1
L2
Turns the Chorus on/off.
L2
R2
L3
Turns the Effect on/off.
L3
R3
L4
Selects an effect type.
L4
R4
L5
Adjusts the effect setting.
L5
R5
F1
F1
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Adjusts the chorus level.
R4, R5 Adjusts the effect setting.
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Saves the settings.
• Pressing the SAVE (F7) button will save all changes made in the Preset Effect Settings menu. If
you exit the Preset Effect Settings menu without saving your changes, the settings will remain
unchanged.
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Playing Songs from a Floppy Disk
The Concert Performer’s floppy disk drive provides a convenient
way to playback songs recorded in the CP’s Internal Format or
Standard MIDI File (SMF) format. Songs in the CP’s internal format
typically are ones that you have recorded on your own instrument.
There are many sources of SMF songs, including disks for sale from
professional musicians and publishers, songs shared among
musicians and hobbyists, and Internet sites that feature SMF songs
available for download.
If you wish to play a song without any intentions to make permanent
changes or additional recordings, you can use the CP’s Disk Song
Play function to load the song very quickly for playback. Using the
disk drive in this way makes the Concert Performer an enjoyable
source of entertainment for parties and other social events, as well
as a great tool for the professional musician or music educator.
About songs on Floppy Disk
If you will use a blank disk to store and play your own compositions made on the Concert Performer,
there isn’t much to worry about. The CP can format the disk (if it isn’t already formatted), and the
CP’s internal song format remembers everything about your song, including which sounds to use
with the recorded tracks. However, if you wish to purchase a disk of songs from your music store
or publisher, play a disk given to you by someone else, or play songs downloaded from the Internet,
you will need to remember a few simple points:
• The CP reads only DOS formatted disks, either double-sided double-density (720KB) or high
density (1.4MB). These are the most commonly used disk formats in both computers and musical
instruments.
• The CP recognizes song files written in the Standard MIDI File format as long as they have DOS
file names ending with “.MID”. There are two types of Standard MIDI File formats, Format 0 and
1. The CP can read the song data of both formats, however it will only display the lyrics of a song
written as format 0.
• Songs that have been composed with the General MIDI (GM) standard will sound fine without
any additional work, because data in the files will inform the CP as to what sounds to use when
playing the song. If the song was not composed to the GM standard, you may find it necessary to
edit the song to assign the correct sounds to the various tracks. Fortunately, almost all
commercially available MIDI files adhere to the General MIDI standard.
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• The CP can also recognize most songs formatted for the PianoDisc player piano system and
songs formatted for Yamaha’s Disk Orchestra Collection. (Please check with your Kawai dealer
or distributor for further information).
Selecting a Song from Disk
A single floppy disk can store dozens of song files at one time, depending on the length of the songs.
To select a song:
1) Put the disk in the Floppy Disk Drive and press the DISK button. In the Disk menu, select Song Play
(R3). After the CP searches the disk it will display the first ten available songs. If there are more
than ten songs on the disk, use the SEARCH buttons (F2, F3) to list the additional songs.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the song you want to hear. You can also select a song by using the
Dial.
3) Once your desired song is highlighted, press PLAY/STOP to have the CP load the song and automatically
start playing. You may also press SELECT (F7) to have the CP load the data and wait for you to start
it manually.
4) Press the SONG CHAIN (F4, F5) buttons to have the CP automatically play all songs, one after another.
5) When your selected song is ready to play, the Disk Song Play screen is displayed. Use the Recorder
control buttons on the left side of the panel to control the playback of the song.
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R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2, F3
F4, F5
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
The L and R buttons select the song you want to
hear.
F7
Takes you to the Disk menu.
Lists the next or previous ten titles.
Starts the Chain Play.
Selects the song and takes you to the Disk Song Play screen.
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Controlling Playback of a Song
As the song plays, you can adjust the tempo, play or sing along with on the keyboard, and even turn
on/off the different instrument parts (tracks) in the song.
The status of the song parts is displayed at the bottom of the LCD screen. You will see the parts
referred to as the CP’s three Parts + Style if the song was created on the CP, or as Channels (ch 1-16)
if the song is a MIDI file. Displayed above each part is its current status:
PLAY
MUTE
––––
The part will be heard when you play the song.
The part has data, but it won’t be heard when you play the song.
The part has no data to play.
• Transpose and Octave Shift are available when a song is playing. Octave Shift affects only the
notes you play “live” on the keyboard, not the music playing from the song file. Transpose can
be applied separately to the keyboard sound and the song sounds. This lets you play the keyboard
in your preferred key along with a song recorded in a different (or more difficult) key.
Use the front panel’s dedicated TRANSPOSE buttons to affect the keyboard sound. Use the
Song Transpose option (R4 and R5) in the Disk Song Play menu to affect the song data.
• The Song Transpose option is available only for the song data in Standard MIDI file.
To make adjustments to the song:
1) In the Disk Song Play screen, use the R1, R2, R3, and L3 buttons to highlight and assign sounds to
the CP’s four keyboard Parts. These will be the sounds that you can play live from the keyboard as
the song is playing. Once a Part is highlighted, press any of the Sound category buttons to select a
new sound.
2) Use the F buttons to play and mute any of the song’s instrument parts.
3) Press the L4 button to use the Mixer to make adjustments to the song’s instrument parts. (See page
49 for the Mixer function.)
4) Use the R4 and R5 buttons to transpose the song data.
5) Use the panel TRANSPOSE and OCTAVE SHIFT buttons to adjust the CP’s keyboard Parts.
6) Press the PLAY/STOP button to start the song.
7) To adjust the tempo, press the L2 button and use the Dial to change values.
8) Press the PLAY/STOP button again to stop the song.
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Displays the song’s lyrics (if available in the data).
L5
Takes you to the Mixer screen.
L4
Highlights the LEFT Part.
L3
Adjusts the song’s tempo.
L2
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
R3
R5
L5
R4
L4
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
R3
Highlights the RIGHT1 Part.
Highlights the RIGHT2 Part.
R4, R5 Transposes the song (but not the keyboard).
F7
F1
Takes you to the Disk Song Select menu.
F2-F5 Turns the song part on/off.
F6, F7 Displays the status of the next set of 4 song parts. (Ch 5–8,
Ch9–12, Ch 13–16).
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If the song you are playing has lyrics included in the data, the Show Lyrics (L5) button will appear
on the Song Play screen. If you press the Show Lyrics button, the song’s lyrics will then appear
inside a box. You can follow a ball moving over the lyrics as the song plays. Press the Full Screen
(R5) button to expand the lyrics display to the full screen. Press the Normal Screen (F1) button to
return to the normal lyrics screen.
In the normal lyrics screen, press the F1 button to return to the Song Play screen.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
R1, R2 Transposes the song.
L2
Adjusts tempo.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R5
Displays the lyrics on the full screen.
F7
F1
Returns to the Song Play screen.
F2-F5 Turns the song parts on/off.
F6, F7 Displays the status of the next set of 4 song parts (Ch 5–8, Ch9–
12, Ch 13–16).
• You cannot record or permanently edit the song while using the Disk Song Play function. If you
would like to record your live performance along with the song from the disk, or if you want to
make detailed and permanent edits to the song, you will need to load the song’s data into the
Recorder using the Disk Load function. See the chapter “Recording a Song” (page 42) for details
on how to record a song, and “Floppy Disk Operations” (page 130) for an explanation of how to
load a song into the Recorder.
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Playing with Concert Magic
Thanks to Kawai’s innovative CONCERT MAGIC (CM) feature,
absolutely anyone can sit at the Concert Performer and experience
the joy of being a real performing musician… even if they have
never touched a musical instrument in their life!
Concert Magic allows you to play a song by simply tapping any key
on the keyboard. Regardless of what keys you play, the notes that
are heard will be the correct ones for the song. However, what
makes this really exciting is that you control the timing of the notes,
as well as their dynamics. This lets you add a level of expressiveness
and individuality to the song that makes it real musical performance.
As you play a CM song, a handy Note Navigator display helps you
keep track of where you are in the music, as well as suggesting
how the rhythm of the song should be tapped out on the keys.
Many of the CM songs have lyrics that can be displayed as the song
is being performed. As the song is played, a Bouncing Ball makes
its way over the lyrics, following the player’s performance and
encouraging everyone around the instrument to sing along.
The Concert Performer can also automatically play any of the
Concert Magic songs. Listening to the song first can make it easier
to play. There is also a Chain Play mode, giving you options to
listen to groups of CM songs.
Selecting a Concert Magic Song
The 176 on-board Concert Magic songs are divided into eight groups by song category: Children’s
Songs, American Classics, Patriotic Songs, Christmas Songs, Hymns, Classics, Special Occasions,
and International songs.
• In addition, you can create and play your own Concert Magic songs using the floppy disk drive.
To select a song:
1) Press the CONCERT MAGIC button. The song selection menu will be displayed.
2) Ten song titles from the Children’s Songs category will be displayed. The category name is displayed
at the very top of the screen. If you want to go to another song category, press SEARCH BY CATEGORY
(F1, F2). You can also search for a specific title by using SEARCH BY NAME (F3, F4), which will list
all 176 song titles in alphabetical order. You may also use the Dial to scroll through all the titles one
after another.
• If you wish to play a CM song from floppy disk, press the DISK button (F6) to see the list of songs
on disk.
3) When you have found the song that you want to play, use the L or R buttons to move the box over the
title. Press the SELECT button (F7) to choose it. The Note Navigator screen will be displayed, and
you are ready to perform!
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L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1, F2
F3, F4
F5
F6
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
The L and R buttons select the desired song.
F7
Searches by song category.
Searches by song name.
Enters the Chain Play mode of the Concert Magic.
Searches for a song on floppy disk.
Can also select the song.
Performing a Concert Magic Song
Playing the Concert Magic song you’ve selected is very easy. Just begin tapping any key on the
keyboard and the song will play. Concert Magic plays the correct notes of the song, but you must
provide the rhythm. Being familiar with how a particular song sounds does make it easier, but
watching the Note Navigator screen can help you play a song that you’ve never heard before.
The Note Navigator provides an outline of the song’s rhythm that looks a lot like the real music. The
dots (•) in the display are the notes that you play. The spacing of the notes gives a clue to the timing
(rhythm) of the notes. Notes that are closer together are played faster; notes that are farther apart
are played longer. Notes that are evenly spaced are played evenly, and so on.
Up to four lines of music are displayed. After you’ve played past a note in the song, the dot becomes
a cross (+) to help you keep track of where you now are. When you get to the bottom of the screen,
the top lines change to show the next lines of music, as if you had turned the page. When you get to
the end of the song you will see a double line, and then the song will reset to the beginning.
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To play a selected CM song:
1) In the Note Navigator screen press START (F4) if you want to first listen to the song. The CP will play
the song. Press the STOP (F4) button to stop. Notice how the Note Navigator displays the rhythm as
the song is playing.
2) If you wish to play the CM song yourself, start tapping any of 88 keys while the song is stopped, and
the song will play.
3) Press the RESET (F4) button at any time to start at the beginning of the song again.
4) To play another song, press the SONG LIST buttons (F6, F7) to display the list.
5) If you have selected a song that has lyrics, you may view them by pressing the LYRICS button (F1,F2)
6) If you would like to play any song by steady tapping (instead of following the original rhythm), press
the STEADY BEAT button (F3).
7) To exit Concert Magic, simply press the CONCERT MAGIC button again.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1, F2 Displays the selected song’s lyrics, if available.
F3
Allows you to play any song by steady tapping.
F4
Starts and stops the song. Also used to reset the song when
performing.
F5
Saves the changed Sounds.
F6, F7 Selects another song.
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L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1, F2 Returns to the Note Navigator screen.
F3
Allows you to play any song by steady beat tapping.
F4
Starts and stops the song. Also used to reset the song when
performing.
F5
Saves the changed Sounds.
F6, F7 Selects another song.
• When you reach the end of the song, press any key one more time. This will not produce sound,
but instead resets the song to the beginning for another performance.
• The Bouncing Ball only works with song files that are specifically designed for Concert Magic to
take advantage of this feature.
• A Concert Magic song is made of two parts - a melody part and accompaniment part. Many of the
songs have different instrument sounds assigned each part to make the music more interesting.
You can select different sounds for each part separately. The RIGHT1 Part plays the melody. To
change its sound, press any Sound category button and select a new sound. The LEFT Part
handles the accompaniment. To change its sound, first turn off the RIGHT1 Part and then press
any Sound category button to select a new sound. Don’t forget to turn the RIGHT1 Part back on
before you begin to play.
• You can use the PIANO ONLY button to quickly change the sound for both parts to the Concert
Grand piano.
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Selects Sound mode.
L4
Selects Play mode.
L2
• You can also activate the RIGHT2 Part to use as a layer (additional sound) for the melody. You
can also select any new sound for the RIGHT2 part. Turn off all Parts except the one you wish to
change, and then select the new sound. Don’t forget to turn all necessary Parts back on before
you begin to play.
• You can save your new sound settings by pressing the SAVE button (F4). The Soft Reset function
will be required to return the sounds to their original settings (see page 125).
• You can transpose the song by pressing the TRANSPOSE buttons.
To enter the Chain Play mode of the Concert Magic:
1) Press the CONCERT MAGIC button. The song selection menu will be displayed.
2) Press the CHAIN PLAY button (F4). The Chain Play menu will be displayed.
3) Use the L and R buttons to highlight a setting, then turn the Dial to change that setting. You can
choose to play songs from any one category, or to play all 176 CM songs. You can also choose to use
each song’s preset sounds, or to play the songs using the Concert Grand piano sound only.
4) Press the PLAY button (F4) to start playing the songs.
5) To exit Concert Magic, press the CONCERT MAGIC button again.
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
R5
L5
R4
L4
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Selects the song category.
F7
F4
Starts the chain play.
F6, F7 Returns to the song list.
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Concert Magic Song Arrangements
Concert Magic songs are specially arranged so that they will work well with your key tapping. Each
of the 176 CM songs falls into one of three categories of musical arrangements of varying difficulty.
EASY BEAT
These are the easiest songs to play. To perform them, simply tap any key with a constant beat. You
can easily see which songs are Easy Beat songs when you look at the Note Navigator. The dots will
line up at a constant interval in the screen, indicating a constant beat.
MELODY PLAY
These songs are also quite easy to play, especially if you are familiar with them. To perform them,
tap the keys to the rhythm of the melody (as if you were singing).
SKILLFUL
These songs are more challenging. To perform them, carefully follow the rhythm as shown in the
Note Navigator. It may require some practice to successfully play these songs. Even skilled players
will enjoy the challenge that these songs offer.
Steady Beat Play
After you choose a song, you can press the STEADY BEAT button (F3) to play the song by steady
tapping instead of the original rhythm. You can play any song from any arrangement category by
tapping steady beats.
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Creating a Concert Magic Song
You can also use Concert Magic to play a song that isn’t one of the 176 built-in titles. You can record
a new song using the Concert Performer’s Recorder and then save on a floppy disk as a Standard
MIDI File (SMF). The song can now be selected by pressing the DISK button when you are in the
Concert Magic song selection screen.
• You can also record a song for Concert Magic by using an external sequencer. Remember to save
it to a floppy disk as a Standard MIDI File.
As you might imagine, getting your song to sound exactly the way you want it to in Concert Magic
may require a few adjustments to the original arrangement. The most important consideration is to
keep the musical arrangement as simple as possible. Concert Magic “pauses” the song after every
note as it waits for you to tap the next key. If there are complex rhythm patterns that have many
notes per beat, the song may become overly difficult to play. Here are some suggestions for creating
a Concert Magic song:
1) Record the melody first using the RIGHT 1 Part in the Easy Recorder (or Track 2 in the Advanced
Recorder).
2) Then record the accompaniment using the LEFT Part in the Easy Recorder (or Track 4 in the Advanced
Recorder).
3) Arrange the accompaniment so that its notes fall on the same beats as the melody. (This creates a
Melody Play arrangement.)
4) If you want to be a little more adventurous, insert a few carefully placed accompaniment notes in
between melody notes. (This creates a Skillful arrangement.)
5) If you are recording your song using an external sequencer, record the melody on channel 2 and the
accompaniment on channel 4.
6) For best results, you should quantize your parts.
• Of course, these are merely suggestions. There are no steadfast rules for how to compose your
CM song. In fact, very rewarding musical experiences may come out of simple trial and error.
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System Menu
The System Menu contains all of the functions that affect the overall
performance of the CP piano. This includes functions such as the
System settings, tuning, and MIDI Setup. By adjusting these settings
you can tailor the CP’s performance to your taste.
To use the System menu:
1) Press the SYSTEM button. The SYSTEM button LED will light and the System menu is displayed.
2) Use the F1 and F2 buttons to access the System Menu pages.
3) Use the L, R and F buttons to select the function you wish to change. A sub-menu with further options
for that function will be displayed.
4) Use the L, R and F buttons to choose a setting from the sub-menu and use the Dial to change its
value.
• If you would like to have the CP remember your settings and have them immediately applied
every time you turn the instrument on, select Power Up Setting (Page 2-R1) from the System
menu, and choose “Save Current Settings” (L2).
• For further details on resetting data, see page 124.
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L1
Selects the overall tuning of the CP.
L1
R1
R1
Selects the Pedal functions.
L2
Selects the Touch Curve (Key velocity sensitivity).
L2
R2
R2
Selects the Fill-in mode for the
Accompaniment Styles.
L3
Selects the Voicing settings.
L3
R3
R3
Selects the Effect priority settings.
L4
Selects the Resonance effect for the sustain
pedal.
L4
R4
R4
Selects the Temperament settings.
L5
Selects the Concert Magic Sound mode.
L5
R5
R5
Selects the MIDI settings.
R1
Selects the Screen Hold settings
R2
Displays the software version.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1, F2 Selects the different System Menu pages.
L1
Selects the Power up mode settings.
L1
R1
L2
Restores the initial factory settings.
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1, F2 Selects the different System Menu pages.
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Selects the pitch for the LEFT Part.
L3
Selects the master pitch.
L2
Tuning
Tuning allows you to adjust the CP’s pitch. You may need to adjust the tuning when you play with
other instruments.
The master pitch is displayed in Hertz. The range of adjustment is from 427.0 to 453.0 Hz. The
factory preset value is set to the modern standard A = 440.0 Hz.
• You can also adjust the tuning for each Part separately. This can be used to simulate a choruslike effect by layering the same sound in RIGHT1 and RIGHT2 and slightly detuning them. Each
Part can be raised or lowered by up to 50 cents. (50 cents = 1/4 tone).
R2
L2
R1
L1
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R3
R4
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Selects the pitch for the RIGHT1 Part.
Selects the pitch for the RIGHT2 Part.
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Touch Curve
When playing a piano, the volume of the sound produced increases in direct relation to how hard a
key is struck. The CP’s Normal Touch curve offers the standard feel of an acoustic piano for practicing
music. The CP offers five other touch curves ranging from light to heavy.
This is the standard touch of an acoustic piano.
For those still developing finger strength, such as a child, a louder sound is
produced even when the piano is played with a soft touch. Light 2 is lighter than
Light 1.
Perfect for those with strong fingers. Requires a heavier touch to produce a loud
volume. Heavy 2 is heavier than Heavy 1.
A constant volume is produced regardless of how hard the keys are struck. This
setting is suitable for sounds that have a fixed dynamic range such as Organ or
Harpsichord.
Normal
Light 1, 2
Heavy 1, 2
Off
• LIGHT and HEAVY do not represent the physical weight of the keys. These are settings that
affect the sensitivity of the keys, which determines the volume level in response to the key
movement.
L1
Selects the normal setting.
L1
R1
L2
Selects a moderately light touch.
L2
R2
L3
Selects a light touch.
L3
R3
L4
Selects a moderately heavy touch.
L4
R4
L5
R5
L5
R1
Turns off the Touch sensitivity entirely.
Selects a heavy touch.
F1
F1
System Menu
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Selects Mellow.
L3
Selects Normal.
L2
Virtual Voicing
Voicing is a technique used by piano technicians to mold the character of a piano’s sound. The
Voicing function lets you change the CP piano’s tone quality by choosing one of four types of voicings.
Normal
Bright
Mellow
Dynamic
Produces the normal timbre of an acoustic piano throughout the entire dynamic
range. This is the default setting.
Produces a brighter tone throughout the entire dynamic range.
Produces a mellower tone throughout the entire dynamic range.
The tone will change dramatically from mellow to bright according to your
playing.
• The current voicing selection is global for all the instrument Sounds. You can not have an
individual setting for each Sound.
• While voicing is a technique used for optimizing the tone of an acoustic piano, this function can
be used on all the Sounds on the CP piano.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Selects Bright.
R3
Selects Dynamic.
R2
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Resonance
When the sustain pedal is depressed on an acoustic piano, all the dampers are lifted up allowing the
strings to vibrate freely. In this condition, when you play a note not only will the strings for the note
you played vibrate but other strings will vibrate due to sympathetic resonance. The Resonance
function simulates this phenomenon. You can select from three levels of Resonance.
No resonance.
Simulates the natural resonance characteristics of an acoustic piano.
Produces a more intense resonance.
Off
Normal
Deep
L1
R1
L2
Selects normal resonance.
L2
R2
L3
Selects deep resonance.
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
System Menu
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
Turns off the resonance.
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Selects Piano sound.
L3
Selects Preset sounds.
L2
Concert Magic Sound
This function determines which sounds the Concert Magic songs will be played with.
Preset
Piano
Plays all the Concert Magic songs with the Preset Sounds assigned to each song.
Plays all the Concert Magic songs with the Concert Grand piano.
R2
L2
R1
L1
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Pedal Assign
The Soft and Sostenuto pedals on the Concert Performer function as much more than just traditional
piano pedals. These pedals can be assigned to control various other functions on the CP piano.
Damper Pedal (Right)
Sustain only
Can be activated or deactivated separately for each Part.
Pedal assignment options for Soft Pedal (Left) and Sostenuto Pedal (Center)
Soft
Softens the sound and reduces its volume.
Sostenuto
Sustains only notes that were held when pedal was depressed.
Start/Stop
Controls start/stop for Styles and Songs.
Harmony on/off Turns the instrument Harmony function on/off.
Registration
Switches from one Registration to another. You may choose the order,
1 to 8 or 8 to 1.
Style Variation
Switches from one Style Variation to another. You may choose the
order, 1 to 4 or 4 to 1.
Intro/Ending
Plays the Intro or Ending.
Fill In
Plays the Fill-in currently selected.
Break
Interrupts the whole Style.
Drums Only
Interrupts the Style except Drum part.
Sync/Fade Out
Controls the SYNC/FADE OUT button.
Glide
Bends the pitch up and down as programmed by you.
Modulation
Applies programmable vibrato to the sound.
Rotary Fast/Slow Controls the speed of rotary speaker effect. This function will be
automatically assigned to the Soft Pedal (Left) when a sound that has
the rotary effect turned on is selected as the Priority Part.
Left Hand Hold
Holds the notes played in the LEFT/SPLIT Part as long as the pedal is
depressed.
Panel Lock
Locks all buttons on the panel to prevent them from being tampered
with or pressed accidentally while you are playing. Press the assigned
pedal once to lock the panel buttons. Press the assigned pedal again to
unlock the panel buttons.
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Selects the Left pedal (Soft).
L4
Selects the Center pedal (Sostenuto).
L3
Selects the Right pedal (Damper).
L2
• The pedal assignments made to the Left pedal will be saved as part of a Registration. The pedal
assignments made to the Center pedal are global and are not saved as part of a Registration.
1) Select the Pedal Assign (R1) option in the System menu (page 1). The LCD screen will display the
Pedal Assign screen. Use the L buttons to select which pedal you want to make assignments for.
R2
L2
R1
L1
L3
L4
L5
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R3
R4
R5
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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2) Use the L and R buttons to select the setting and use the Dial to change its value.
L2
Selects a function to assign to the pedal.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the other L and R buttons to adjust parameters.
F7
F1
Back to the Pedal Assign menu.
F4-F6 Selects the different pedals.
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Selects Auto mode.
L3
Selects Normal mode.
L2
Fill-in Mode
This determines whether or not a Fill-in will be automatically played each time a VARIATION button
is pressed.
There are two options.
A Fill-in will be played each time a VARIATION button is pressed. The Fill-in
that is played will be the one that accompanies the Variation that you are leaving.
For example, if Variation 1 is currently active, and you select Variation 2, the
Fill-in for Variation 1 will be played.
Auto
A Fill-in will not be automatically played each time a VARIATION button is
pressed. Fill ins will only be played if a FILL button is pressed.
Normal
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Effect for Sound
This function determines whether or not the Preet Effects settings assigned to each Sound will be
used or not.
The Preset Effect settings for each Sound will be used. This is the default setting.
The preset Effect settings for each Sound will not be used. In other words,
changing the Sounds will not change the Effect types and other settings for the
Effects. This allows you to set each Effect section (REVERB, CHORUS, and
EFFECTS) to your own taste and use your Effect settings for all sounds. The
panel setting is very useful if you only want to use certain Effects at all times or
if you want to prevent the Effects from constantly changing each time you select
a new Sound.
Preset
Panel
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
System Menu
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Selects Pythagorean.
L5
Selects Pure minor.
L4
Selects Pure Major.
L3
Selects Meantone.
L2
Selects Equal.
L1
Temperament
The CP offers not only equal temperament (the modern standard) but also immediate access to
temperaments popular during the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
You can also create your own User tuning Temperament as well.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Select Temperament form the System Menu. The LCD screen will display the Temperament screen.
Select your desired Temperament with the L and R buttons.
Set the Temperament Key with the F2 and F3 buttons.
If you select Equal temperament, use the F5 and F6 buttons to set Stretch Tuning to On, Off, or Piano
Only. (For an explanation of Equal and Equal Stretched tuning see page 115).
Stretch=On: Applies the Stretched Tuning to all instrument Sounds.
Stretch=Off: Stretched Tuning is turned Off for all the instrument Sounds Off.
Stretch=Piano (only): Applies the Stretched Tuning only to the Piano Sound. The tuning for any other
active sounds layered with a piano sound will be stretched to match the piano. If no piano sound is
active the tuning for any active sounds will not be stretched.
L1
L2
L3
R1
R2
R3
R5
L5
R4
L4
F1
F1
F2, F3
F5, F6
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Selects User.
R5
Selects Arabic 2.
R4
Selects Arabic 1.
R3
Selects Kirnberger.
R2
Selects Werckmeister.
R1
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
Selects the Temperament Key.
Selects the Stretch tuning type On/Off/Piano.
Takes you to the User Temperament screen.
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Brief explanation of temperaments
Temperament Keys
Limitless modulation of the key became available only after the invention of Equal temperament.
When you use a temperament other than Equal temperament, you must carefully choose the key to
play in. For example, if the song you are going to play is written in D major, choose “D” to set the
temperament key.
Equal Temperament (Flat)
This is an “unstretched” equal temperament that divides the scale into twelve equal semitones. This
produces the same chordal intervals in all twelve keys, and has the advantage of limitless modulation
of the key. However the tonality of each key becomes less characteristic and no chord is in pure
consonance.
Equal Temperament (Stretched)
This is the most popular piano temperament and is the initial setting. The hearing ability of a
human is uneven and is not as accurate with high frequency and low frequency as it is with the
middle range. This temperament’s tuning is stretched to compensate for this so the sound will be
heard naturally to the ears. This “Stretched” equal temperament is a practical variation of the
“unstretched” equal temperament which was invented on a mathematical basis.
Pure Temperament
This temperament, which eliminates dissonances for thirds and fifths is still popular for choral
music because of its perfect harmony.
You need to be aware what key you are playing in with this temperament. Any key modulation will
result in dissonances. When you play music in a particular key, you need to match the key of the
temperament as well.
Pythagorean Temperament
This temperament, which uses mathematical ratios to eliminate dissonance for fifths, is very limited
for use with chords, but it produces very characteristic melodic lines.
Meantone Temperament
This temperament, which uses a mean between a major and minor whole tone to eliminate dissonance
for thirds, was devised to eliminate the lack of consonance’s experienced with certain fifths for the
Pure temperament. It produces chords that are more beautiful than those with the equal temperament.
System Menu
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Werckmeister III, Kirnberger III Temperament
These two temperaments are placed in between Meantone and Pythagorean. For music with few
accidentals, this temperament produces the beautiful chords of the mean tone, but as accidentals
increase, the temperament produces the characteristic melodies of the Pythagorean temperament.
It is used primarily for classical music written in the Baroque era to revive the original characteristics.
Arabic
Some oriental scales, including the Arabic, are characterized for “quarter-tone” which is half of a
half-tone (50 cents). This makes the music sound very different from traditional western music.
The CP Piano provides two of the most popular Arabic scales, although you can create more
variations with the User Temperament function. With Arabic 1, the notes B and E are a quartertone
lower than the Occidental Scale, while the notes A and E are lower with Arabic 2.
To create a User Temperament:
1) On the Temperament screen, press the EDIT button (F7). The User Temperament screen will be
displayed.
2) Use the KEY buttons (F3, F4) to select the note to edit.
3) Use the Dial or TUNE buttons (F5, F6) to change the value. The value is represented in cents above
or below Equal temperament and ranges from –50 to +50.
4) Press the SAVE button (F7) to save the User Temperament.
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L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the Temperament menu.
F3, F4 Selects the note to edit.
F7
Saves the User Temperament.
• The User Temperament alters the tuning for each octave equally. In other words, you cannot
alter the tuning of different sections of the CP’s keyboard range separately.
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MIDI Menu
The letters MIDI stand for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, an international standard for
connecting MIDI equipped synthesizers, drum machines, and other electronic instruments so that
they can exchange data. Personal computers can also be equipped for MIDI communication.
Electronic instruments equipped with MIDI can transmit and receive performance data such as,
notes, what sound to play, pedal information, volume, etc. through the MIDI In/Out/Thru Jacks.
This data can be recorded with a device like a sequencer or a computer.
• In this manual we will only discuss the basic MIDI functions that pertain directly to the CP. For
detailed literature on MIDI, please visit the music department of your local bookstore.
On page one of the MIDI Settings menu you can configure the following settings.
Right Transmit Channel
Sets the MIDI Transmit Channel for the RIGHT hand Parts. You can select MIDI Channels 1-16.
Left Transmit Channel
Sets the MIDI Transmit Channel for the LEFT/SPLIT Part. You can select MIDI Channels 1-16.
Chord Detect Channel
Sets the MIDI receive channel for chord data being sent to the CP. The Accompaniment System can
be controlled remotely on this MIDI channel by an external MIDI controller. You can select MIDI
channels 1-16, OFF, All, or MIDI Accordion. When set to ALL the Accompaniment System will
respond to any chord data it receives on ANY MIDI channel.
Local Control ON/OFF
This determines whether the CP’s sound will be played from the piano’s keyboard (“ON”) or only
from an external MIDI instrument (“OFF”). Even with local control “off” the CP’s keyboard will
still transmit to an external MIDI instrument or personal computer.
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Clock
Clock is a data code that a MIDI instrument uses as the reference for its Tempo settings as well as
Style Start/Stop commands. When it is set to INTERNAL, the CP uses its own built-in clock to
control tempo settings. When set to EXTERNAL, the CP reads the clock data that it receives via
MIDI and uses this data to control the Tempo.
To configure the MIDI Settings:
1) On page 1 in the System menu, press the MIDI (R5) button. The LCD screen will display the first MIDI
page.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the setting and use the Dial to change the values.
L2
Selects Transmit channel for the RIGHT Part.
Choose 1–16.
L3
Selects Transmit channel for the LEFT Part.
Choose 1–16.
L4
Selects the chord detect Receive channel.
Choose 1–16, OFF, All, or MIDI Accordion.
L1
R1
L2
R2
R2
Turns Local Control on/off.
L3
R3
R3
Selects the Clock source.
L4
R4
R4
Selects MIDI or USB
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1-F4 Selects the other MIDI Settings pages.
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Transmit MIDI Data
On page two of the MIDI Setting menu you can determine what MIDI data will be transmitted from
the CP.
“Keyboard = On/Off” Determines whether or not note data that is generated by the keys being
played will be transmitted.
“Program = On/Off” Determines whether or not the CP piano will transmit program change
information when a Sound is selected on the CP.
“Control = On/Off” Determines whether or not changes in controllers (such as the pedals being
depressed) will be transmitted.
“System Exclusive = On/Off” Determines whether or not all of the CP’s settings will be transmitted
in a special format that is understood by another CP.
“Clock = On/Off” Determines whether or not the CP’s Clock data will be transmitted.
“ACC = On/Off” Determines whether or not the data from the Auto Accompaniment System will be
transmitted.
L4
Selects whether Controller data is transmitted.
L4
R3
L3
Selects whether Bank and Program Change data
is transmitted.
L3
R2
L2
Selects whether note data is transmitted.
L2
R1
L1
L5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R4
R2
R3
R4
Selects whether System Exclusive data is
transmitted.
Selects whether Clock data is transmitted.
Selects whether Auto-accompaniment data is
transmitted.
R5
F7
F1-F4 Selects the other MIDI Settings pages.
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On page three of the MIDI Settings menu, you can determine which MIDI channels the CP will
receive MIDI data on. The CP can receive MIDI data on all 16 MIDI channels at once or only certain
MIDI channels.
Channel Receive On/Off
Each of the 16 MIDI channels can be set separately to On or Off.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L2, R2, L4 and R4 buttons to select the channel
and use the Dial to change the setting, On and Off.
F7
F1-F4 Selects the other MIDI Settings pages.
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L2
MIDI Accordion
On page four of the MIDI Settings Menu you can configure the CP to be played from a MIDI Accordion.
Selects receive channel for the Chord (Left) part.
Choose 1-16.
R2
L2
R1
L1
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R2
R3
Selects receive channel for the Melody
(Right1) part. Choose 1-16.
Selects receive channel for the Bass (Right2)
part. Choose 1-16.
F7
F1-F4 Selects the other MIDI Settings pages.
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Power Up Settings
This determines whether the CP stores your preferred panel and system settings as the default
settings and applies them automatically when the instrument is turned on.
Select Save Current Settings (L2) in the Power Up Setting menu to save the current panel settings
automatically as the default settings when the CP is turned on.
Select Restore Factory Settings (L3) to return the CP to the factory default settings. The original
factory settings will now be used by the CP when it is turned on.
• The CP never automatically stores Panel and System settings. If you make any new changes that
you want to save, you must use the Save Current Settings (L2) command.
L2
Saves the current settings.
L3
Restores the initial factory settings.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F7
System Menu
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
Applies the selected settings.
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Selects System Settings.
L5
Selects Concert Magic.
L4
Selects Sound Settings.
L3
Selects Conductor.
L2
Selects Regist Groups.
L1
Soft Reset
The Soft Reset function allows you to return all of the User Settings back to the original Factory
Settings. You can instantly reset all of the user settings or only the ones you want to Reset at the
touch of a button.
To perform a Soft Reset:
1) Press SOFT RESET button (L2) on Page two in the System menu. The Soft Reset screen will be
displayed.
2) Use the L and R buttons to choose type of data you want to reset.
3) Press EXEC button (F7).
4) Press YES (F7) to proceed, or NO (F1) to back out.
L1
L2
R1
R4
L4
R3
L3
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R1
Selects User Styles.
R2
R5
L5
F1
F1
F7
R5
Selects ALL.
F7
Takes you to the System menu without resetting data.
Proceeds with the Reset.
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Software Version
This function is used to show what system software version is currently installed in the CP.
To show the software version:
1) Press the Software Version button (R2) on page two in the System menu.
2) The software version will appear in the LCD screen.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
System Menu
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the System menu.
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Screen Hold
Most of the on-screen menus that you work with on the Concert Performer will remain displayed
until you select something or press a particular button. However, some screens may be displayed
only temporarily, switching back to a main screen if you allow the CP to sit idle without pressing
any buttons. You can adjust a time setting for how long these screens stay displayed before switching,
or even choose to have them hold without switching.
This adjustable time function is effective with the following menus:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Adjusts the time that passes before the screen
switches (5 to 20 seconds). This is available
only when the Screen Hold is off.
L3
Turns Screen Hold on/off. Setting Screen Hold
on makes all screens display without
automatically switching
L2
Sound Select menu
Style Select menu
Reverb Settings menu called up by holding down the REVERB button.
Effect Settings menu called up holding down the EFFECT button.
Chorus Settings menu called up by holding down the CHORUS button.
Harmony Settings menu called up by holding down the HARMONY button.
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
L4
L5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
R4
R5
F7
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Display Control
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Floppy Disk Operations
The Concert Performer has a built-in 3.5” floppy disk drive that
can read and write to double-density (720KB) or high-density
(1.4MB) disks. These are the exact same disks that are used with
your personal computer. You can use floppy disks to quickly and
easily build up an extensive library of Concert Performer data that
can be shared with other CP owners.
disk so the student may play along. This can greatly assist the
learning process. Finally, there are numerous sites on theWorld
Wide Web dedicated to the sharing and selling of MIDI music that
can be downloaded and played on your Concert Performer
instrument. For instructions on how to use one of these Song Disks
on your CP, see “Playing Songs from a Floppy Disk” on page 90.
There are many companies who specialize in just making MIDI song
files of popular and traditional tunes that can be purchase on floppy
disk. In fact, these days almost any popular song that you can think
of has probably been turned into a MIDI file by someone! Many
publishers of piano lesson books now provide the music on floppy
Disk Menu
The Disk menu is where you can work with various disk operations. There are five functions that
you can choose from.
To work with a disk:
1) Press the DISK button. The Disk menu will be displayed.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the preferred function.
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L1
R1
L2
Loads data from a floppy disk.
L2
R2
R2
Formats a floppy disk.
L3
Saves data onto a floppy disk.
L3
R3
R3
Plays the song data from a floppy disk.
(See page 88.)
L4
Erases data from a floppy disk.
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Saving Data to a Floppy Disk
This important function stores your custom data to disk so that you can retrieve it at a later time.
You can save the following data:
Song
User Style
Regist Group
Temperament
All Settings
Floppy Disk Operations
Song data currently in the Recorder. You can save it as the CP’s own unique
format (Internal) or as Standard MIDI File format (SMF) or Stylist format (Internal
format plus Registration setting).
Each User Style or all 20 User Styles at once.
Each Registration Group, containing 8 Registrations, or all 10 Registration Groups
at once.
One User Temperament setting.
This allows you to save the current settings of the above data types except for
Song data and User Touch data at once, as a single file.
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To save your data:
1) In the Disk menu, select SAVE (L3). The Disk Save menu will be displayed.
2) Use the L and R buttons to select the type of data to save. Then the particular sub-menu for that data
type will be displayed.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L and R buttons to select the type of data
to save.
F7
Takes you to the Disk menu.
3) Use the appropriate L button, CURSOR buttons (F2, F3) and CHARACTER buttons (F4, F5) to give the
data file a name.
When saving a Song, use the L3 button and the Dial to select whether the song data file will be in the
INTERNAL (CP’s unique) format, or SMF (Standard MIDI File) format or Stylist format.
• The data saved in Stylist format can be called up only in Song Stylist mode.
• When you select SMF format, data in the style track will be automatically pasted to tracks 9-16.
This will erase any existing data on tracks 9-16.
4) Make sure that a formatted floppy disk is in the drive. Then press the SAVE button (F6, F7) to save
the selected data to the disk.
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Example: Saving a Style
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
Selects which file you would like to save, or if all
files are to be save as a single “all” file.
L3
R3
L4
Names the data file.
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2, F3
F4, F5
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Moves the cursor over the characters in the name.
Selects a character to use in the name.
Saves the data file to floppy disk.
Example: Saving a Song
L1
R1
L2
Names the data file.
L2
R2
L3
Selects which format the data should be saved
as.
L3
R3
L4
R4
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Loading Data from a Floppy Disk
This function allows you to retrieve the stored data from disk.
Song
User Style
Regist Group
Temperament
All Settings
One Song can be loaded into the Recorder from disk.
Up to 20 Styles can be loaded from disk. This number varies depending on the
size of the data contained in the Styles.
Up to 10 Groups, containing 8 Registrations each, can be loaded from disk.
One User Temperament can be loaded from disk.
Loads the “All Settings” file on disk.
To load the data from a disk:
1) In the Disk menu, press LOAD (L2). The Disk Load menu will be displayed.
2) Insert your floppy disk into the drive.
3) Use the L and R buttons to select the type of data to load. Then a sub-menu will be displayed that
lists all available files of that type.
R5
L5
R4
L4
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
F1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L and R buttons to select the type of data
to load.
F7
Takes you to the disk menu.
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4) When loading User Style or Registration data, you can choose whether to load data that was stored
individually or to load all the data that was saved as an “All” file. Press ALL (F4) to load data that
was saved as an “All” file. Press EACH (F5) if data files were saved individually.
5) Use the L and R buttons to select the data to load. Use the PAGE (F1, F2) buttons to display more
data, if available.
6) Press the EXEC (F7) button to proceed. The screen will display the destination where the data will be
loaded.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
Use the L and R buttons to select the data to load.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the previous menu.
F2, F3 Displays more selections.
F4
Selects the “All” file type if that is how the files were
saved.
F5
Displays data files that were saved individually.
F7
Proceeds to the next screen.
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L3
Selects the destination to load individually a Style,
Conductor, Sound or Registration.
7) When loading an individual data file, use the L3 button and the Dial to select the preferred destination.
8) Then press the EXEC button to load the selected data into the CP. Press BACK (F1) to cancel loading.
R3
L3
R2
L2
R1
L1
R5
L5
R4
L4
F1
F1
F7
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Loads the data.
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Erasing Data from a Floppy Disk
This lets you erase unnecessary data from the floppy disk.
You can erase Song, User Style, Registrations, User Temperament and ALL.
To erase the data from a disk:
1) In the Disk menu press DELETE (L4). The Disk Delete menu will be displayed.
2) Insert the floppy disk into the drive.
3) Use the L and R buttons to select the type of data to erase. A sub-menu of file names will be
displayed.
4) When you erase User Style or Registration, determine whether you are going to erase individual data
files by pressing EACH (F5) or the “All” data file by pressing ALL (F4).
5) Press EXEC (F7) to erase the selected data from the disk. Or press BACK (F1) to cancel erasing and
go back to the previous menu.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F2, F3
F4
F5
F7
Floppy Disk Operations
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Use the L and R buttons to select the data.
F7
Takes you to the previous menu.
Displays more selections.
Displays the “All” data file if present.
Displays individual files.
Proceeds to the next screen.
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Formatting a Floppy Disk
Before a floppy disk can be used to save data for the first time, it will need to be formatted. This
simply means that the disk must be “prepared” to hold data.
The Concert Performer can read and write to MS-DOS formatted disks. You can purchase preformatted floppy disks from any computer or office supply store. Floppy disks may also be formatted
on a PC computer, or the CP can format them itself. There are two types of 3.5” floppy disk in the
market, 2DD (which can hold 720KB of data) or 2HD (which can hold 1,440KB or 1.44MB of data).
Both can be used in the exact same fashion with the Concert Performer.
• You can always re-format a disk at any time. Keep in mind, though, that every time you format a
disk, all data that is currently on it will be erased. Re-formatting is a good way to completely
erase a disk that might have been used previously on a computer, since there may be all sorts of
irrelevant data files left on it otherwise.
To format a disk:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
In the Disk menu, press FORMAT (R2). The Disk Format menu will be displayed.
Insert the floppy disk into the drive.
Use the L2 or L3 buttons to select the size of disk you are using, 2HD or 2DD.
Press EXEC (F7) to proceed. The screen prompts you for confirmation.
Press YES (F7) again to start formatting. Or press NO (F1) to cancel formatting and go back to the
previous menu.
• It takes about a minute to format a floppy disk. Once the formatting is complete, the LCD screen
returns to the Disk menu automatically.
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L2
Formats a 2HD disk.
L3
Formats a 2DD disk.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F1
F7
Floppy Disk Operations
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Cancels formatting and takes you to the Disk menu.
Starts formatting the disk.
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Getting Assistance: Using Help and Demo
The first time you sit at the Concert Performer, you may feel
overwhelmed by the wealth of features and options that it offers.
You will find, though, that if you keep this Owner’s Manual handy
you can learn to use the different functions as you need them, at
your own pace. And, there is certainly nothing wrong with only
using a few basic features, and thoroughly enjoying them. After
all, the Concert Performer is first and foremost a musical
instrument, and its whole purpose is to provide you with the tools
for musical expression and fun no matter your skill level.
There are times when you might not have the Owner’s Manual at
your side, and you need an explanation of a button or feature.
Fortunately, there are built-in Help guides to give you a hand. The
Help function provides a basic introduction and overview of most
of the features found in the CP.
There are also many built-in Demostration songs that really show
of the musical potential of the Concert Performer. These songs
were composed by some of the top musicians in the music industry,
and will undoubtedly impress and inspire you.
Using the Help
To get Help, simply press the HELP button to the left of the display. The display will show an
explanation on the function or feature that you are presently working on. Help is available at any
time, except when the CP is busy recording your performance or accessing a floppy disk.
To use the Help:
1) Press the HELP button. The Help text will be displayd in the LCD screen.
2) If the text is not what you are looking for, press the INDEX (F1) button to list the HELP topics. Use the
F1 and F2 buttons to list more topics on the other pages.
3) Use the appropriate L or R button to select the topic, and the text will be displayed.
4) Use the F3 or F4 button to change the language. English, German, French, and Spanish are available.
5) To leave Help, press the EXIT button.
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Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
Use the L and R buttons to selct a Help topic.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1, F2 Searches for more Help topics on the other
pages.
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F1
Takes you to the Help menu.
F3, F4 Selects the language.
Getting Assisted—Help and Demo
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Using the Demonstrations
There are two types of Demonstrations programmed in the CP piano.
Sound Category Demos
Each Sound category has a song, or songs, that demonstrate the sound choices and capabilities
found in the category.
Style Category Demos
Each Style category has a song, or songs, that demonstrate how the Auto-Accompaniment Styles
can be used.
To listen to a Sound/Style Demo:
1) Press the DEMO button.
2) Select your preferred Demo piece by either,
pressing any of the SOUND category buttons to select a Sound Demo,
or pressing any of the STYLE category buttons to select a Style Demo.
Sound or Style categories may have more than one demo songs played in sequence. Press the
Sound or Style button repeatedly to skip to the next demo song.
3) To exit, press the EXIT, PLAY/STOP or the DEMO button.
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Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
L1
R1
L2
R2
L3
R3
L4
R4
L5
R5
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
The SOUND category buttons are used to select the demo for that
sound category.
The STYLE category buttons are used to select the demo for that
Style category.
• When a selected Demo song ends, another song of the same type will be randomly chosen from
another category and played. You can select another demo song at any time by pressing the
appropriate button.
Getting Assisted—Help and Demo
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Appendices
Preset Sounds
PIANO
PAGE 1
Concert Grand
Studio Grand
Modern Piano
Electric Grand
Piano Octaves
Classic EP
Modern EP
Modern EP 2
60’s EP
Tremolo EP
PAGE 2
Mellow Grand
Rock Grand
Honky Tonk
Electric Grand 2
Piano Octaves 2
Classic EP 2
Classic EP 3
Modern EP 3
EP Legend
EP Phase
PAGE 3
Jazz Grand
Crystal EP
Piano & Guitar
Mono Grand
Wide Honky Tonk
Piano & EP
Piano & EP 2
Piano & EP 3
Piano & Organ
Piano & Organ 2
PAGE 4
New Age Piano
New Age Piano 2
New Age Piano 3
Piano & Vibes
New Age EP
New Age EP 2
New Age EP 3
DRAWBAR
PAGE 1
Be 3
Jazzer
Hi-Lo
Full Organ
Mellow
Drawbar
Percussive Organ
Percussive Organ 2
4’ percussion
2 2/3’ percussion
PAGE 2
Be More
Be Nice
Odd Man
Screamin’
Hollow
Drawbar 2
Percussive Organ 3
Drawbar 3
Soft Solo
Key Click
PAGE 3
Drawbar Bass
16’ Drawbar
8’ Drawbar
5 1/3’ Drawbar
4’ Drawbar
2 2/3’ Drawbar
2’ Drawbar
1 3/5’ Drawbar
1 1/3’ Drawbar
1’ Drawbar
PAGE 4
Jazz Organ
Jazz Organ 2
Rock Organ
ORGAN
PAGE 1
Full Pipes
Small Ensemble
8’ Celeste
Church Organ
Church Organ 2
Electronic Organ
Mixer
Theater Organ
Theater Organ 2
Reeds
PAGE 2
Baroque Mix
8’ Diapason
Church Organ 3
Puff Organ
Electronic Organ 2
60’s Organ
Reed Organ
Theater Organ 3
Theater Organ 4
8’ Diapason 2
PAGE 3
8’ Reed
8’ Flute Celeste
8’ Flute Chiff
2 2/3’ Flute Chiff
8’ Flute
8’ & 2’ Flute
4’ & 2’ Flute
2 2/3’ Flute
1 3/5’ Flute
8’ Diapason 3
PAGE 4
Small Ensemble 2
8’ & 4’ Diapason
Principal Choir
Stopped Pipe
Principal Pipe
Chiffy Tibia
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
STRING
PAGE 1
Beautiful Strings
String Ensemble
String Ensemble 2
Synth Strings
Synth Strings 2
Violin
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
Harp
PAGE 2
String Quartet
Strings & Brass
Warm Strings
Synth Strings 3
60’s Strings
Slow Violin
Tremolo Strings
Pizzicato
Orchestra Hit
String & Harp
PAGE 3
Violin Ensemble
Cello Ensemble
String Bass Ens
Mono Strings
Strings & Bell
Strings & Piano
Strings & Piano 2
Slow Cello
PAGE 4
Octave Strings
String Sustaining
Synth String Orch
String Sforzando
PAGE 2
Soft Alto Sax
Soft Tenor Sax
Breathy Tenor Sax
Sax Section
Piccolo
Jazz Flute
Jazz Clarinet
Recorder
English Horn
Bassoon
PAGE 3
Flute & Mute Tpt
Flute & Strings
Octave Saxes
Big Band Winds 2
Orchestral Flute
Orch Clarinet
Orchestral Winds 2
Oboe & Bassoon
PAGE 4
Pan Flute 2
Piccolo 2
Slow Pan Flute
Recorder 2
PAGE 2
Flugel Horn
Muted Trumpet 2
Cup Mute Trombone
Bright Trombone
Trombone 2
Warm French Horn
Jump Brass
Brass Section 2
Synth Brass 3
Synth Brass 4
PAGE 3
Bright Solo Tpt
Trumpet Ensemble
Trumpet & Alto
Trombone & Tenor
Brass & Sax
Brass Pad
Mute Brass Ens
French Horn & Strg
PAGE 4
Dixieland Trumpet
Sentimental Bone
Brass & Synth
Brass & Synth 2
WOODWIND
PAGE 1
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Soprano Sax
Big Band Winds
Flute
Clarinet
Pan Flute
Oboe
Orchestral Winds
BRASS
PAGE 1
Solo Trumpet
Muted Trumpet
Cup Mute Trumpet
Trumpet
Trombone
French Horns
Tuba
Brass Section
Synth Brass
Synth Brass 2
Appendice
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VOCAL & PAD
PAGE1
Choir Aahs
Voice Oohs
Itopia
Warm Pad
Brightness
Atmosphere
New Age
Sweep
Polysynth
Voice
PAGE 2
Choir Aahs 2
Humming
Choir
Sine Pad
Halo
Synth Vocal
Bowed
Metallic
Soundtrack
Analolog Voice
PAGE 3
Slow Choir
Breathy Choir
Ooh
Choir & String
Bright Warm Pad
Metallic Pad 2
Polysynth 2
New Age 2
PAGE 4
Halo 2
Brightness 2
New Age 3
New Age 4
HARPSI & MALLET
PAGE 1
Harpsichord
Clavi
Celesta
Handbells
Church Bells
Steel Drums
Vibraphone
Marimba
Xylophone
Music Box
PAGE 2
Harpsichord Octave
Synth Clavi
Glockenspiel
Carillon
Tubular Bells
Rolling Steel Drum
Rolling Vibes
Rolling Marimba
Synth Mallet
Hard Marimba
PAGE 3
Soft Marimba
Wide Marimba
Wide Vibraphone
Harpsichord 2
Wide Harpsichord
Muted Handbells
Vibes & Guitar
Octave Vibes
Steel Drums 2
PAGE 4
Harpsi & Strings
Harpsi & Pipes
Harpsi & Strings 2
Harpsi & Pipes 2
GUITAR
PAGE 1
Finger Nylon Gtr
Nylon Acoustic
Steel Guitar
Electric Guitar
Jazz Guitar
Pedal Steel
Country Lead
Muted Electric
Overdrive
Distortion
PAGE 2
Nylon Acoustic 2
Steel String 2
12 String
Electric Guitar 2
Electric Guitar 3
Hawaiian Guitar
Rhythm Guitar
Ukulele
Cutting Guitar
Elec Gtr Harmonics
PAGE 3
Nylon Acoustic 3
Jazz Guitar 2
Nylon Electric
Guitar & Strings
Guitar Pad
Guitar Feedback
Dynamic Overdrive
Dist Feedback
Dist Rhythm
Gtr Fret Noise
PAGE 4
Jazz Guitar 3
Delayed Elec Gtr
Mellow Steel Strg
Pedal Steel 2
Muted Guitar 2
Gtr Cutting Noise
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
BASS
PAGE 1
Acoustic Bass
Electric Bass
Finger Bass
Pick Bass
Fretless Bass
Ac Bass & Ride
Slap Bass
Synth Bass
Synth Bass 2
Attack Bass
PAGE 2
Acoustic Bass 2
Finger Slap Bass
Warm Synth Bass
Clavi Bass
Hammer Bass
Elec Bass & Ride
Slap Bass 2
Synth Bass 3
Synth Bass 4
Rubber Bass
PAGE 3
Octave Fretless
Poly Synth Bass
Clavi Bass 2
Ac Bass & Piano
Elec Bass & Piano
Acoustic Bass 3
Acoustic Bass 4
PAGE 2
Classic Synth 3
Fifth
Square 2
Sequenced Analog
Charang
Lead
Soft Wire Lead
Echo Bell
Caliope
Analolog Brass 2
PAGE 3
Multi Sweep
Warm Sweep
Bowed 2
Saw Pad
Big Saw
Octave Saw
Clean Square
Square Lead
PAGE 4
Analog Brass 3
Square Comp
Square Pad
Goblin
PAGE 2
Picking Elec Gtr
Pick/Strum Gtr
Pick/Strum Gtr 2
Strumming Mandolin
Strumming Banjo
Blues Harmonica
Wah Harmonica
Wah Harmonica 2
Fiddle
Slow Fiddle
PAGE 3
Accordion
French Accordion
Tango Accordion
French Accordion 2
Accordion 2
Celtic Harp
Dulcimer
Mellow Mandolin
Whistlers
PAGE4
Shakuhachi
Sitar
Blown Bottle
Koto
Kalimba
Ocarina
Shamisen
Sitar 2
Shanai
SYNTH
PAGE1
Classic Synth
Classic Synth 2
Square
Sine
Chiff
Bass & Lead
Wire Lead
Crystal
Rain Pad
Analog Brass
SPECIALTY
PAGE 1
Strumming Ac Gtr
Strumming Ac Gtr 2
Picking Ac Gtr
Picking Ac Gtr 2
Mandolin
Banjo
Picking Banjo
Harmonica
Whistle
Strumming Elec Gtr
Appendice
PAGE5
Taisho Koto
Bag Pipe
Euro Hit
Bass Hit Plus
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DRUM
PAGE 1
Standard Kit
Jazz Kit
Brush Kit
Room Kit
Power Kit
Analog Kit
Dance Kit
Electric Kit
Orchestra Kit
Standard Kit 2
PAGE 2
Timpani
Rolling Timpani
Taiko Drums
Melodic Toms
Concert Bass Drum
Woodblock
Agogo
Tinkle Bell
Castanet
Reverse Cymbal
PAGE 3
Sleigh Bells
Triangle
Repeating Castanet
Cym & Bass Drum
Snare Roll
Melodic Tom 2
Synth Drum
Rhythm Box Tom
Electric Drum
Snare Roll 2
PAGE 4
Soft Timpani
Soft Timpani Roll
Orch Cymbal & BD
Finger Snap
Tambourine
Bass Drum
Hand Clap
Crash Cymbal Mute
SFX
PAGE 1
SFX Kit
Applause
Seashore
Stream
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Bird Tweet
Laughing
Screaming
PAGE 2
Telephone
Helicopter
Gunshot
Explosion
Machine Gun
Siren
Foot Step
Door Slam
Dog Barking
Telephone 2
PAGE 3
Wind Chime
Car Passing
Car Stopping
Breath Noise
Horse Gallop
Door Creak
Car Engine
Car Crash
Train
Jet Plane
PAGE4
Starship
Punch
Heartbeat
Laser Gun
Scratch
Trolley Bell
Whistle Down
Whistle Up
Bubble
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Preset Styles
SWING & BIG BAND
50’S & 60’S
PAGE 1
Fast Big Band
Fast Big Band 2
Medium Big Band
Slow Big Band
Night Club
Medium Swing
Medium Swing 2
Nice and Easy
Slow Swing
Slow Swing 2
PAGE 1
50’s Rock
50’s Rock 2
50’s Rockabilly
50’s Folk
Rock Rhumba
Surf Rock
60’s Pop
60’s Pop 2
Motown
Motown 2
PAGE 2
50’s Rock 3
60’s Rock
60’s Rock 2
60’s Folk Rock
60’s R&B
60’s R&B 2
PAGE 2
Modern Ballad 2
Modern Ballad 3
R&B Ballad
R&B Ballad 2
Folk Rock Ballad
Country Ballad
70’s Rock Ballad
Rock Ballad
Rock Ballad 2
Soft Rock Ballad
PAGE1
Country Shuffle
Country Stomp
Boot Scootin
Train Beat
Modern Train Beat
Bluegrass
Texas Swing
Redneck Rock
Country Rock
Country Rock 2
BALLAD
PAGE 1
Modern Ballad
Pop Ballad
6/8 Ballad
70’s Pop Ballad
Pop Ballad 2
Mod Country Ballad
Country Pop Ballad
50’s Ballad
50’s Orch Ballad
50’s Ballad 2
POP & ROCK
PAGE2
70’s Country Rock
70’s Pop Rock
Folk Rock
Rock Shuffle
Pop Shuffle
80’s Dance
Pop / Funk
PAGE2
Country Pop 2 Beat
Road Trip
PAGE1
KC Blues
Slow R&B
Fast R&B
Blues / Rock
Slow Blues
Gospel Shuffle
Southern Gospel
Fast Gospel
Slow Gospel
6/8 Gospel
COUNTRY
JAZZ & CONTEMP CLASSIC PIANO
SOLO PIANO
PAGE 1
Smooth Jazz
Jazz / pop
Latin Jazz
Jazz R&B
Latin Jazz 2
Cont 16 Beat
Cont 16 Beat 2
Jammin Organ
Cont 8 Beat
Cont 8 Beat 2
PAGE 1
Swing
Two Beat
Two Beat Shuffle
Bossa
Boogie
Pop
Pop Ballad
3/4 Standard
Dixieland
New Age
Appendice
PAGE1
70’s R&B
70’s R&B 2
Disco
Disco 2
Disco 3
Latin Rock
80’s Rock
Pop / Rock
Classic Rock
Slow Rock
PAGE 1
Showman
Pops Piano
Table for Two
Ragtime
Country Piano
Rock Legend
Toons
Boogie
BLUES & GOSPEL
PAGE 2
Fast Show
Swing Standard
Standard Ballad
Pop Waltz
Jazz Waltz
Country Ballad
Country waltz
New Age 2
New Age 3
6/8 Pop/Rock
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PAGE 1
Kids March
Kids 6/8 March
Kids 2 Beat
Kid 2 Beat Shuffle
Kids 3/4
Kids Folk 2 Beat
3/4 Lullaby
4/4 Lullaby
PAGE 1
Bossa Nova
Bossa Nova 2
Salsa
Samba
Beguine
Hawaiian
Reggae
Calypso
Mambo
Rhumba
KID & HOLIDAY
LATIN & ISLAND
PAGE2
Holiday 4/4
Holiday Two Beat
Holiday Shuffle
Holiday Rock
Holiday Waltz
Holiday Waltz 2
Holiday Waltz 3
Holiday Waltz 4
TRADITIONAL
PAGE1
Foxtrot
Soft Shoe
Polka
Cha Cha
Dixieland
Two Beat
Ballroom
Tango
March
March 2
PAGE2
Cha Cha 2
Polka 2
Torchlight
WALT & BROADWAY
PAGE1
Standard Waltz
Standard Waltz 2
Orchestral Waltz
Classic Waltz
Traditional Waltz
Medium Show Beat
Fast Show Beat
Fast Show Beat 2
Medium Show Swing
Medium Show Beat 2
PAGE2
Country Waltz
Country Waltz 2
Jazz Waltz
French Waltz
European Waltz
12/8 Slow
Slow Show
Dixie Show
3/4 Show
6/8 Show
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Song Stylists
A
Achy Breaky Heart
Ain't Misbehavin'
Ain't No Woman
Ain't Too Proud
All I Wanna Do
All Of Me
All Shook Up
Alley Cat
Aloha Oe
Always A Woman
Always On My Mind
Amazing Grace
America
American Pie
Annie's Song
Anniversary Waltz
Anything Goes
Arthur's Theme
As Time Goes By
At The Hop
Auld Lang Syne
Aura Lee
Autumn Leaves
B
Baby Face
Bad Leroy Brown
Beauty & The Beast
Beer Barrel Polka
Begin The Beguine
Behind Closed Door
Benny And The Jets
Best Of My Love
Bewitched
Bill Bailey
Billie Jean
Birthday Song
Appendice
Blue Bayou
Blue Bossa
Blue Moon
Blue Suede Shoes
Blue Velvet
Blueberry Hill
Body And Soul
Boogie Bugle Boy
Boot Scootin'
Boy From NY City
Brick House
Bridge Over Water
Brown Eyed Girl
By The Time I Get
Bye Bye Love
C
Cabaret
California Dreamin
California Girls
Can You Feel Love
Canadian Sunset
Candle In The Wind
Can't Get Started
Can't Help Falling
Can't Hurry Love
Can't Smile
Can't Stop Loving
Careless Whisper
Celebration
Chain Of Fools
Chances Are
Change The World
Chantilly Lace
Chapel Of Love
Chatt. Choo Choo
Chattahoochee
Cherish
Cherry Pink&Apple
Chicago
Christmas Song
Climb Ev'ry Mtn
Close To You
Colors Of The Wind
Come Rain Or Shine
Comin Up Roses
Copacabana
Corcovado
Could I Have Dance
Could It Be I'm
Could It Be Magic
Coward Of County
Crazy
Crazy Little Thing
Cruisin Down River
Crusin'
Dueling Banjos
E
Earth Angel
Ebony & Ivory
Edelweiss
Elvira
End Of The Road
Endless Love
Evergreen
Every Breath You
Everybody Plays
Everything I Do
Everything Is Beau
Evil Ways
Eyes Of Love
D
F
Dance To The Music
Dancin' In Street
Daniel
Days Of Wine Roses
Deep Purple
Deja Vu
Desafinado
Desperado
Didn't We Almost
Dock Of The Bay
Don't Be Cruel
Don't Cry For Me
Don't Fall In Love
Don't Fence Me In
Don't Get Around
Don't Give Up On
Don't It Make My
Don't Worry B Hapy
Downtown
Dream
Falling In Love
Fascination
Feelings
Feels So Good
Feels So Right
Ferry Cross Mersey
Fever
Fields Of Gold
Fire & Rain
Flashdance
Fly Me To The Moon
Folsom Prison
For All We Know
For He's A Jolly
Forever And Ever
Free Ride
Freeway Of Love
Friends Low Places
Friends See Me Now
From A Distance
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Frosty The Snowman
Fun, Fun, Fun
G
Gambler, The
G'bye Yellow Brick
Georgia On My Mind
Georgy Girl
Get Down Tonight
Get Me To Church
Gimme Some Lovin'
Girl From Ipanema
Give My Regards To
Glory Of Love, The
Glow Worm
Goin Out Of My Hed
Good Golly MsMolly
Great Balls O Fire
Greatest Love,The
Green Green Grass
Green Onions
Groovin
Guitars, Cadillacs
H
Handy Man
Happy Birthday
Happy Together
Happy Trails
Hard Days Night
Harlem Nocturne
Hawaiian Wedding
Heard It Grapevine
Heart Will Go On
Heartbreak Hotel
Heat Is On
Heatwave
Heaven
Hello Dolly
Hello Mary Lou
Help
Help Me Make It
Here Comes Santa
Here's Rainy Day
Hey Jude
Hold Your Hand
Holly Jolly Xmas
Honesty
Honky Tonk Man
Honky Tonk Woman
Hound Dog
How Am I Supposed
How Deep Is Love
How Great Thou Art
How Insensitive
How Sweet It Is
Hurts So Good
Hustle, The
I
I Believe
I Could Write Book
I Don't Know How
I Fall To Pieces
I Get Around
I Got A Name
I Got Rhythm
I Just Called To
I Need Your Lovin
I Only Have Eyes
I Saw Mommy Kiss
I Shot The Sheriff
I Walk The Line
I Will Always Love
I Will Survive
I Write The Songs
If Ever I Lose My
If I Had A Hammer
If You Don't Know
I'll Be Home Xmas
I'll Be There
I'll Fly Away
I'm A Believer
I'm A Country Boy
Imagine
In The Mood
Islands In Stream
Isn't It Romantic
Isn't She Lovely
It Had To Be You
It's A Grand Night
It's A Small World
It's My Party
It's Not For Me
It's Now Or Never
It's Too Late
J
Jailhouse Rock
Jambalaya
Jingle Bell Rock
Jingle Bells
Johnny B. Goode
Joy To The World
Juke Box Sat. Nite
Jump
Just A Closer Walk
Just A Gigolo
Just As I Am
Just My Imaginatn
Just Once
Just The Two Of Us
Just Way You Are
K
Kansas City
King Of The Road
Kokomo
Kum Ba Yah
L
La Bamba
Lady
Last Dance
Last Date
Laughter In Rain
Lay Down Sally
Layla
Leaving Jet Plane
Let It Be
Let It Snow!
Lets Get It On
Let's Stay Togethr
Light My Fire
Loco-Motion, The
Lollipop
Long Winding Road
Look Of Love
Love Boat, The
Love First Degree
Love Is A Many
Love Is Blue
Love Me Tender
Loves Me Like Rock
Love's Theme
Luchenbach Texas
Lucille
Lyin Eyes
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
M
O
Q
Macho Man
Mack The Knife
Mammas Don't Let
Mandy
Maniac
Margaritaville
Marianne
Me And Bobby McGee
Memory
Mercy Mercy Me
Merry Little Xmas
Michael Row Boat
Midnight Hour
Midnight Train 2GA
Misty
Monday Monday
Moon River
Moonlight In VT
More
Morning Dance
Mr. Bojangles
Mrs. Robinson
Music Box Dancer
Music Music Music
My Cherie Amore
My Favorite Things
My Funny Valentine
My Girl
My Life
My Wild Irish Rose
Ode To Joy
Oh What A Beautifl
Oklahoma
Old Cape Cod
Old Rugged Cross
Old Time R & R
Old Time Religion
On Street Where U
On The Road Again
On Top Ole Smoky
One (Chorus Line)
Only You
Ooh Baby Baby
Open Arms
Orange Blossom
Our Day Will Come
Over The Rainbow
Quando, Quando
Que Sera, Sera
N
Nadia's Theme
New Kid In Town
New York, New York
Night And Day
Night Fever
Norwegian Wood
Appendice
P
Party's Over, The
Peace In Valley
Peaceful Easy Feel
Peanuts' Theme
Penn. 6-5000
People
Phantom
Physical
Piano Man
Pink Panther
Please Mr. Postman
Please Release Me
Precious Memories
Pretty Woman
Proud Mary
Puff Magic Dragon
R
Rainbow Connection
Ramblin Rose
Red Red Wine
Red Roses
Rescue Me
Respect
Reunited
Rhinestone Cowboy
Rock Around Clock
Rock This Town
Rocket Man
Rockin' Xmas Tree
Rocky Mtn High
Rocky Top
Rose Garden
Rose, The
Rudolph
S
San Francisco
Satin Doll
Satisfaction
Save Best For Last
Send In The Clowns
Sentimental Reason
September
Seventy-six Bones
Shadow Your Smile
Shake Your Booty
Shake,Rattle,Roll
Sh-Boom
She Believes In Me
She Loves You
She's In Love
Shop Around
Signed Sealed Del
Silent Night
Singing In Rain
Sixteen Tons
Sleigh Ride
Smoke Gets in Eyes
Smooth Operator
Snow Bird
Some Day My Prince
Some Enchanted Eve
Something
Something To Talk
Somewhere Out Ther
Song Sung Blue
Soul Man
Sound of Music
Spanish Eyes
Spanish Harlem
St. Elmo's Fire
St. Thomas
Stand By Me
Stand By Your Man
Stompin' Savoy
Stormy Weather
Strangers In Night
String Of Pearls
Summer Breeze
Summer Place, A
Summer Samba
Summertime
Summertime Blues
Sunny
Sunrise, Sunset
Surfin USA
Surrey With Fringe
Sweet Caroline
Sweet Home Alabama
Swingin On A Star
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Unchained Melody
Under Boardwalk
Unforgettable
Up Where We Belong
Take It Easy
Take Me Out To The
Take The A Train
Take This Job And
Takin Care Bizness
Tammy
Tea For Two
Tears In Heaven
Tempted
Tennessee Watlz
Tequila
Tequila Sunrise
Thanks For Memory
That Kind Of Girl
That'll Be The Day
That's Amore
That's Life
That's The Way
That's What Friend
Then Came You
There's No Bizness
Think
This Masquerade
Three Coins In A
Three Times A Lady
Through The Years
Time In A Bottle
Tiny Bubbles
To All The Girls
Tomorrow
Tonight
Top Of The World
TROUBLE
Try To Remember
Turn Turn Turn
Tutti Frutti
Tuxedo Junction
Twist & Shout
Twist, The
U
T
V
Ventura Highway
W
Wake Little Susie
Wake Me Up
Walk On By
Walkin' Midnight
Wasted Days And
Watch What Happens
Wave
Way We Were, The
Way You Do, The
We Are Family
We Are The World
We're In This Love
We've Got Tonight
We've Only Begun
What A Friend
What I Did 4 Love
What Wondrful Wrld
What Would U Think
When A Man Loves A
When Can I See You
When I Fall n Love
When I'm 64
When Irish Eyes
When Sunny Gets
When The Saints Go
When U Wish Upon
Where Did Love Go
White Christmas
Whole New World, A
Why Do Fools Fall
Wind Beneath Wings
Winter Wonderland
Wipe Out
With A Little Help
With Or Without U
Woman
Y
Yakety Sax
Yesterday
YMCA
You Light Up Life
You Make Me Feel
You Needed Me
You Send Me
Your Cheatin Heart
Your Song
You're 16
You're So Vain
You've Got Friend
You've Lost That
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Appendice
P. 153
Concert Magic Songs
The words in bold type are the title displayed in the LCD screen.
Song Title
Type
Lyrics
Song Title
Type
Lyrics
Chopsticks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Christmas Songs
Children’s Songs
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
I’m A Little Teapot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
This Old Man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Mary Had A Little Lamb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
London Bridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Row, Row, Row Your Boat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Hickory Dickory Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
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Hark The Herald Angels Sing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Jingle Bells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Deck The Halls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
O Come All Ye Faithful . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Joy To The World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
The First Noel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Silent Night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
We Wish You A Merry Christmas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Pop Goes The Weasel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Good Morning To You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Frère Jacques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
The Farmer In The Dell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Bingo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Itsy, Bitsy Spider . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Where, O Where Has My Little Dog Gone? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
The Muffin Man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Three Blind Mice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Old MacDonald Had A Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Did You Ever See A Lassie? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
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What Child Is This? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Angels We Have Heard On High . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Away In A Manger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
O Holy Night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
O Tannenbaum (O Christmas Tree) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
The Twelve Days Of Christmas (12 Days of Christmas) . . . . . MP
We Three Kings Of Orient Are . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
O Little Town Of Bethlehem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
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Ave Maria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Ten Little Indians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Brahm’s Lullaby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Rock A Bye Baby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Little Brown Jug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
She’ll Be Comin’ Around The Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
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Patriotic Songs
My Country ’Tis Of Thee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Battle Hymn Of The Republic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
America The Beautiful . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Yankee Doodle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Hail To The Chief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Whistler And His Dog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
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Polly Wolly Doodle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Song Title
Type
Lyrics
Washington Post March . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
You’re A Grand Old Flag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Type
When Johnny Comes Marching Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
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Stars And Stripes Forever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Anchors Aweigh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Song Title
When The Saints Go Marching In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Beautiful Dreamer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
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Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Under The Double Eagle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Turkey In The Straw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Star Spangled Banner, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Blue Bells Of Scotland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Down By The Riverside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
American Classics
Danny Boy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Down In The Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Let Me Call You Sweetheart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Home Sweet Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
In The Good Old Summertime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Give My Regards To Broadway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Clementine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
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Fascination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Home On The Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Take Me Out To The Ballgame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Auld Lang Syne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Michael Row The Boat Ashore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Oh, Susanna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
On Top Of Old Smokey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Bicycle Built For Two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
The Camptown Races . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
The Band Played On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Shine On Harvest Moon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
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American Patrol March . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Dixie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Yellow Rose Of Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Arkansas Traveler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Old Kentucky Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Red River Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
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The Entertainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Old Folks At Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
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Maple Leaf Rag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
After The Ball Is Over . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
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Lyrics
After You’ve Gone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
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Thunder And Blazes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Annie Laurie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Wabash Cannonball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
I’ve Been Working On The Railroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Grandfather’s Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
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Aloha Oe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
(continue)
EB: Easy Beat, MP: Melody Play, SK: Skilfull
Appendice
P. 155
Song Title
Type
Lyrics
Favorite Hymns
Song Title
Type
All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Fairest Lord Jesus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Amazing Grace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Doxology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
For The Beauty Of The Earth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
O Worship The King . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
The Old Rugged Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Holy, Holy, Holy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
What A Friend We Have In Jesus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Rock Of Ages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Trust And Obey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Sweet Hour Of Prayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Just As I Am . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Jesus Loves The Little Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
A Mighty Fortress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Christ The Lord Is Risen Today . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
It Is Well With My Soul (When Peace Like) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Crown Him With Many Crowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Blest Be The Tie That Binds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Come Thou Almighty King . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
My Jesus, I Love Thee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
The Church’s One Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Gloria Patri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
The Solid Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Standing On The Promises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
I Need Thee Every Hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Savior Like A Shepherd Lead Us . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Onward Christian Soldiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
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To God Be The Glory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Lyrics
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Hallelujah Chorus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Classical Selections
Andante from Symphony No. 94 by Haydn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Fur Elise by Beethoven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
An Die Freude (Ode To Joy) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Clair De Lune by Debussy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Skater’s Waltz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Peter And The Wolf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Minuet In G by J.S. Bach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Romeo And Juliet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Blue Danube Waltz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Sleeping Beauty Waltz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Gavotte by Gossec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Waltz Of The Flowers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Toreador Song from “Carmen” by Bizet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
“Fledermaus” by J. Strauss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Norwegian Dance by Grieg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
William Tell Overture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Can Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Emperor Waltz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
March Militaire by Chopin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Grand March from “Aida” by Verdi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Gymnopedie by Sati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Gypsy Chorus from “Carmen” by Bizet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Largo from Symphony No. 9 by Dvorák . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Song Title
Type
Lyrics
Prelude In A by Chopin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
Pizzicato Polka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Rondeau by Mouret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Voice Of Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Allegro Moderato from Symphony Nr. 8 by Schubert . . . . . . SK
Special Occasions
Bridal Chorus from “Lohengrin” by Wagner . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
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Wedding March from “Midsummer Night’s Dream” . . . . . . .
by Mendelssoh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Pomp And Circumstance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Mazel Tov . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
International Songs
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EB
Hatikvah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
My Wild Irish Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
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Chiapenacas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Funiculi Funicula . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
La Marseillaise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MP
La Paloma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
Santa Lucia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
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Habanera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
‘O Sole Mio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SK
EB: Easy Beat, MP: Melody Play, SK: Skilfull
Appendice
P. 157
Table of Chord Types
This table describes the fingering of 61 types of chords, including inversions, that the CP piano
recognizes. All these are represented here in the key of C, but of course any transposition of these
chords to other keys apply.
Entries on the chart with an asterisk (*) are easy fingerings that can be recognized in the OneFinger mode.
*
*
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C Maj
*
C7
C ∆7
*
C6
C sus4
C aug
C6 9
C b5
C add9
C9
C11
C13
C7 #5
C7 sus4
C7 b5
C7 b9
*
Cm
Cm7
Cm#5
Cm6
Cm6 9
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Cm9
Cm add9
Cm9 11
Cm7 11
C7 #9
C7 b9 11
C7 #11
C9 13
C9 11 13
C9 #11 13
C7 b9 13
C7 b9 11 13
C7 #9 13
C7 b13
C9 b13
C7 #9 b13
C7 b9 b13
Cm7 b5 9
Cm7 b5
Cm7 b5 11
C7 #9 #11
C7 b9 #11
Cm7 b5 b9
Cm7 11 b13
Cm7 b13
C ∆7 #5
C ∆9 13
C ∆7 b5
C ∆9 #11
C ∆9
C ∆7 13
C∆7 #11 13
C∆ 9 #11 13
C∆9 #11 13
Cm9
C dim∆7
C dim
C dim 9
Appendice
C dim b13
C dim 11
P. 159
Example of Connection
A. Using External Speakers
The Concert Performer has an amplifier and built-in speakers and together,
they produce a powerful sound. However, for larger venues or outdoor
performances, you may need to use additional amplification and speaker
systems.
Standard 1/4-inch audio cables can be plugged into the CP’s stereo Line Out
jacks for this purpose. The CP’s Master Volume will affect the signals levels
output from the Line Out Jacks.
VOLUME
STYLE
ACCOMPANIMENT
SOUND
PART
FILL IN
VARIATION
HELP
REGISTRATION
RECORDER
Amplifier
B. Using the Concert Performer with Your Home Audio System
A
You can connect audio cables from your stereo system or another source to
the CP’s Line In jacks. The sound of your stereo playing a tape, CD, or even
radio will be heard through the CP’s speaker system and mixed in with any
sounds from the CP itself, enabling you to play along with your favorite songs!
Connect the CP with your CD player or other device as illustrated.
VOLUME
STYLE
SOUND
ACCOMPANIMENT
PART
FILL IN
VARIATION
REGISTRATION
HELP
RECORDER
C. Recording Your Performance with Your Tape Recorder
Even though the CP117 do not have a CD-R Drive you can still make a recording
from your CP using the Line out Jacks. Simply connect an external CD-R
recorder or other recording device (Cassette, Audio software from a personal
computer etc.) to the CP’s Line Out Jacks. Everything that you hear coming
out of the CP’s built-in speaker system is also sent out through the Line Out
Jacks and can be recorded. You can also record anything that is connected to
the Line In Jacks along with anything being played by the CP.
Tape Recorder
CD Player
C
B
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
D. Using the Concert Performer with an External MIDI
Instrument
MIDI lets you expand the creative possibilities of the CP by
connecting it to an external MIDI device or personal computer.
Personal
Computer
VOLUME
STYLE
SOUND
ACCOMPANIMENT
PART
FILL IN
VARIATION
HELP
REGISTRATION
RECORDER
Sound Module
Use a MIDI cable to connect the CP’s MIDI Out jack to the other
device’s MIDI In. Likewise, connect the MIDI Out jack of the other
device to the CP’s MIDI In.
D
E
E. Using The Concert Performer with Your Personal
Computer
Your personal computer can be used as a MIDI device as well. In
order to connect your computer to the CP you will need a MIDI
interface. Check with your local music store or computer dealer
for more information about particular models of these interface
devices. Once you have your computer connected to your Concert
Performer, you can think of it as a powerful extension of the CP’s
own music processing abilities. There are hundreds of software
programs available that you can use to do everything from learn
the basics of piano playing, to creating film scores for your home
movies, to composing the next great digital symphony.
In order for the CP and your computer to properly communicate
over this USB cable, you first need to set the MIDI-USB switch
located next to the MIDI jacks to USB. Also your computer must
have a USB driver installed. Please read the instruction on the
next page for the details about the USB driver.
If you don’t wish to purchase a MIDI interface device for your
computer, the Concert Performer has a special type of interface
built in to it that may make the connection easier. The CP can be
connected directly to the back of your computer via a USB cable.
Appendice
P. 161
USB
The Concert Performer can be connected with a personal computer with a USB cable for exchanging MIDI data. You need a USB driver
installed in your computer.
[For Windows XP/Me users]
A standard USB driver is already installed in your computer. You don’t need to install a new driver.
[For Windows 2000/98SE users]
You need to install the designated driver in your computer. Visit the KAWAI web site at http://www.kawai.co.jp/english/Download1.html and
download the program.
[For Macintosh users]
Currently we don’t have a USB driver available for Macintosh computers. Please use an appropriate MIDI interface and MIDI cables when
connecting the Concert Performer to a Macintosh computer.
NOTE:
When both MIDI jacks and USB jack are connected, USB has priority.
When connecting USB cable to the Concert Performer, first connect the USB cable and then turn the power of the Concert Performer on.
It may take some time to startcommunication when the Concert Performer is connected to the computer via USB.
When USB communication is unstable with connection via hub, connect the USB cable directly to the USB port of the computer.
Turning the power of the Concert Performer on/off or disconnecting the USB cable while the following actions may cause unstable
communication.
while installing USB driver
while booting up the computer
while MIDI application is working
while communicating with the computer
while the computer is in energy saver mode
* If you have any problem with USB communication, consult the instruction manual of your computer and check your computer set up.
* Windows is registerd trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
* Macintosh is registerd trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Appendice
P. 163
Program Change Numbers
Concert Grand
Studio Grand
Modern Piano
Electric Grand
Piano Octaves
Classic EP
Modern EP
Modern EP 2
60’s EP
Tremolo EP
Mellow Grand
Rock Grand
Honky Tonk
Electric Grand 2
Piano Octaves 2
Classic EP 2
Classic EP 3
Modern EP 3
EP Legend
EP Phase
Jazz Grand
Crystal EP
Piano & Guitar
Mono Grand
Wide Honky Tonk
Piano & EP
Piano & EP 2
Piano & EP 3
Piano & Organ
Piano & Organ 2
New Age Piano
New Age Piano 2
New Age Piano 3
Piano & Vibes
New Age EP
New Age EP 2
New Age EP 3
PIANO
Sound Name
Category
Prog
1
1
2
3
1
5
6
6
5
5
1
2
4
3
1
5
5
6
6
6
1
6
2
1
4
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
Bank
MSB LSB
121
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
3
1
2
1
0
1
2
1
2
2
3
4
8
1
4
3
1
1
2
3
6
7
9
10
11
12
2
3
4
17
18
17
18
17
17
18
18
18
18
17
17
17
17
18
17
18
17
17
122
18
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
19
DRAWBAR Be 3
Jazzer
Hi-Lo
Full Organ
Mellow
Drawbar
Percussive Organ
Percussive Organ 2
4' percussion
2 2/3' percussion
Be More
Be Nice
Odd Man
Screamin’
Hollow
Drawbar 2
Percussive Organ 3
Drawbar 3
Soft Solo
Key Click
Drawbar Bass
16' Drawbar
8' Drawbar
5 1/3' Drawbar
4' Drawbar
2 2/3' Drawbar
2' Drawbar
1 3/5' Drawbar
1 1/3' Drawbar
1' Drawbar
Jazz Organ
Jazz Organ 2
Rock Organ
Prog
Category
Sound Name
Bank
MSB LSB
95
95
95
95
95
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
121
1
1
3
4
5
0
0
1
3
2
2
7
6
4
6
3
2
1
8
1
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
0
Full Pipes
Small Ensemble
8' Celeste
Church Organ
Church Organ 2
Electronic Organ
Mixer
Theater Organ
Theater Organ 2
Reeds
Baroque Mix
8' Diapason
Church Organ 3
Puff Organ
Electronic Organ 2
60’s Organ
Reed Organ
Theater Organ 3
Theater Organ 4
8' Diapason 2
8' Reed
8' Flute Celeste
8' Flute Chiff
2 2/3' Flute Chiff
8' Flute
8' & 2' Flute
4' & 2' Flute
2 2/3' Flute
1 3/5' Flute
8' Diapason 3
Small Ensemble 2
8’ & 4’ Diapason
Principal Choir
Stopped Pipe
Principal Pipe
Chiffy Tibia
ORGAN
Sound Name
Category
Prog
20
20
20
20
20
17
18
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
17
17
21
20
20
18
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
Bank
MSB LSB
95
95
95
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
121
121
95
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
9
8
5
0
1
9
5
1
2
10
7
6
2
1
10
2
0
3
4
7
1
9
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
20
25
24
23
21
22
17
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Category
Sound Name
STRING
Beautiful Strings
String Ensemble
String Ensemble 2
Synth Strings
Synth Strings 2
Violin
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
Harp
String Quartet
Strings & Brass
Warm Strings
Synth Strings 3
60’s Strings
Slow Violin
Tremolo Strings
Pizzicato
Orchestra Hit
String & Harp
Violin Ensemble
Cello Ensemble
String Bass Ens
Mono Strings
Strings & Bell
Strings & Piano
Strings & Piano 2
Slow Cello
Octave Strings
String Sustaining
Synth String Orch
String Sforzando
Appendice
Prog
45
49
50
51
52
41
42
43
44
47
49
49
49
51
49
41
45
46
56
49
41
43
44
49
49
1
1
43
49
49
51
49
Bank
MSB LSB
Category
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
121
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
WOODWIND Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Soprano Sax
Big Band Winds
Flute
Clarinet
Pan Flute
Oboe
Orchestral Winds
Soft Alto Sax
Soft Tenor Sax
Breathy Tenor Sax
Sax Section
Piccolo
Jazz Flute
Jazz Clarinet
Recorder
English Horn
Bassoon
Flute & Mute Tpt
Flute & Strings
Octave Saxes
Big Band Winds 2
Orchestral Flute
Orch Clarinet
Orchestral Winds 2
Oboe & Bassoon
Pan Flute 2
Piccolo 2
Slow Pan Flute
Recorder 2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
6
1
2
1
3
5
4
5
1
4
10
1
9
Sound Name
Prog
66
67
68
65
74
74
72
76
69
74
66
67
67
62
73
74
72
75
70
71
74
74
67
74
74
72
74
69
76
73
76
75
Bank
MSB LSB
121
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
121
95
95
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
3
1
2
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
6
8
3
4
7
2
5
4
2
1
1
1
Category
Sound Name
BRASS
Solo Trumpet
Muted Trumpet
Cup Mute Trumpet
Trumpet
Trombone
French Horns
Tuba
Brass Section
Synth Brass
Synth Brass 2
Flugel Horn
Muted Trumpet 2
Cup Mute Trombone
Bright Trombone
Trombone 2
Warm French Horn
Jump Brass
Brass Section 2
Synth Brass 3
Synth Brass 4
Bright Solo Tpt
Trumpet Ensemble
Trumpet & Alto
Trombone & Tenor
Brass & Sax
Brass Pad
Mute Brass Ens
French Horn & Strg
Dixieland Trumpet
Sentimental Bone
Brass & Synth
Brass & Synth 2
Prog
57
60
60
57
58
61
59
62
63
64
57
60
60
58
58
61
63
62
63
64
57
57
57
58
62
62
60
61
57
58
62
62
Bank
MSB LSB
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
121
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
3
2
4
1
5
2
3
1
10
7
3
4
P. 165
Category
Sound Name
VOCAL & PAD
Choir Aahs
Voice Oohs
Itopia
Warm Pad
Brightness
Atmosphere
New Age
Sweep
Polysynth
Voice
Choir Aahs 2
Humming
Choir
Sine Pad
Halo
Synth Vocal
Bowed
Metallic
Soundtrack
Analog Voice
Slow Choir
Breathy Choir
Ooh
Choir & String
Bright Warm Pad
Metallic Pad 2
Polysynth 2
New Age 2
Halo 2
Brightness 2
New Age 3
New Age 4
Prog
Bank
MSB LSB
53
54
92
90
101
100
89
96
91
86
53
54
92
90
95
55
93
94
98
55
53
53
54
53
90
94
91
89
95
101
89
89
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
Category
HARPSI &
MALLET
Sound Name
Harpsichord
Clavi
Celesta
Handbells
Church Bells
Steel Drums
Vibraphone
Marimba
Xylophone
Music Box
Harpsichord Octave
Synth Clavi
Glockenspiel
Carillon
Tubular Bells
Rolling Steel Drum
Rolling Vibes
Rolling Marimba
Synth Mallet
Hard Marimba
Soft Marimba
Wide Marimba
Wide Vibraphone
Harpsichord 2
Wide Harpsichord
Muted Handbells
Vibes & Guitar
Octave Vibes
Steel Drums 2
Harpsi & Strings
Harspi & Pipes
Harpsi & Strings 2
Harpsi & Pipes 2
Prog
7
8
9
15
15
115
12
13
14
11
7
8
10
15
15
115
12
13
99
13
13
13
12
7
7
15
12
12
115
7
7
7
7
Bank
MSB LSB
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
1
1
3
2
2
1
2
1
1
3
2
4
Category
GUITAR
Sound Name
Finger Nylon Gtr
Nylon Acoustic
Steel Guitar
Electric Guitar
Jazz Guitar
Pedal Steel
Country Lead
Muted Electric
Overdrive
Distortion
Nylon Acoustic 2
Steel String 2
12 String
Electric Guitar 2
Electric Guitar 3
Hawaiian Guitar
Rhythm Guitar
Ukulele
Cutting Guitar
Elec Gtr Harmonics
Nylon Acoustic 3
Jazz Guitar 2
Nylon Electric
Guitar & Strings
Guitar Pad
Guitar Feedback
Dynamic Overdrive
Dist Feedback
Dist Rhythm
Gtr Fret Noise
Jazz Guitar 3
Delayed Elec Gtr
Mellow Steel Strg
Pedal Steel 2
Muted Guitar 2
Gtr Cutting Noise
Prog
25
25
26
28
27
27
29
29
30
31
25
26
26
28
29
27
28
25
29
32
25
27
28
26
26
32
30
31
31
121
27
28
26
27
29
121
Bank
MSB LSB
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
121
4
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
2
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
0
3
2
1
2
3
1
1
1
2
0
3
4
1
5
1
1
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Category
Sound Name
BASS
Acoustic Bass
Electric Bass
Finger Bass
Pick Bass
Fretless Bass
Ac Bass & Ride
Slap Bass
Synth Bass
Synth Bass 2
Attack Bass
Acoustic Bass 2
Finger Slap Bass
Warm Synth Bass
Clavi Bass
Hammer Bass
Elec Bass & Ride
Slap Bass 2
Synth Bass 3
Synth Bass 4
Rubber Bass
Octave Fretless
Poly Synth Bass
Clavi Bass 2
Ac Bass & Piano
Elec Bass & Piano
Acoustic Bass 3
Acoustic Bass 4
Appendice
Prog
33
34
34
35
36
33
37
39
40
40
33
34
39
39
39
34
38
39
40
40
36
39
39
33
34
33
33
Bank
MSB LSB
95
95
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
0
1
1
3
4
2
0
2
1
2
1
1
2
3
3
4
5
Category
SYNTH
Sound Name
Prog
Bank
MSB LSB
Classic Synth
Classic Synth 2
Square
Sine
Chiff
Bass & Lead
Wire Lead
Crystal
Rain Pad
Analog Brass
Classic Synth 3
Fifth
Square 2
Sequenced Analog
Charang
Lead
Soft Wire Lead
Echo Bell
Caliope
Analog Brass 2
Multi Sweep
Warm Sweep
Bowed 2
Saw Pad
Big Saw
Octave Saw
Clean Square
Square Lead
Analog Brass 3
Square Comp
Square Pad
Goblin
82
82
81
81
84
88
85
99
97
63
82
87
81
82
85
82
88
103
83
64
96
96
93
82
82
82
81
81
64
89
81
102
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
121
0
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
2
3
0
1
4
0
2
1
1
0
2
1
2
1
3
1
2
1
3
1
5
2
0
Category
SPECIALTY
Sound Name
Strumming Ac Gtr
Strumming Ac Gtr 2
Picking Ac Gtr
Picking Ac Gtr 2
Mandolin
Banjo
Picking Banjo
Harmonica
Whistle
Strumming Elec Gtr
Picking Elec Gtr
Pick/Strum Gtr
Pick/Strum Gtr 2
Strumming Mandolin
Strumming Banjo
Blues Harmonica
Wah Harmonica
Wah Harmonica 2
Fiddle
Slow Fiddle
Accordion
French Accordion
Tango Accordion
French Accordion 2
Accordion 2
Celtic Harp
Dulcimer
Mellow Mandolin
Whistlers
Shakuhachi
Sitar
Blown Bottle
Koto
Kalimba
Ocarina
Shamisen
Sitar 2
Shanai
Taisho Koto
Bag Pipe
Euro Hit
Bass Hit Plus
Prog
Bank
MSB LSB
26
25
25
26
26
106
106
23
79
28
27
26
26
26
106
23
23
23
111
111
22
22
24
22
22
47
16
26
79
78
105
77
108
109
80
107
105
112
108
110
56
56
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
121
95
121
121
121
95
95
121
121
95
95
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
2
0
2
1
3
0
1
1
0
0
1
2
1
0
4
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
3
1
P. 167
Category
DRUM
Sound Name
Standard Kit
Jazz Kit
Brush Kit
Room Kit
Power Kit
Analog Kit
Dance Kit
Electric Kit
Orchestra Kit
Standard Kit 2
Timpani
Rolling Timpani
Taiko Drums
Melodic Toms
Concert Bass Drum
Woodblock
Agogo
Tinkle Bell
Castanet
Reverse Cymbal
Sleigh Bells
Triangle
Repeating Castanet
Cym & Bass Drum
Snare Roll
Melodic Tom 2
Synth Drum
Rhythm Box Tom
Electric Drum
Snare Roll 2
Soft Timpani
Soft Timpani Roll
Orch Cymbal & BD
Finger Snap
Tambourine
Bass Drum
Hand Clap
Crash Cymbal Mute
Prog
1
33
41
9
17
26
27
25
49
2
48
48
117
118
117
116
114
113
116
120
113
113
116
117
117
118
119
119
119
117
48
48
117
116
114
117
116
120
Bank
MSB LSB
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
121
95
95
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
95
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
1
1
2
1
0
1
2
3
1
2
8
4
1
7
3
7
Exclusive*
kk=KIT No
1
33
41
9
17
26
27
25
49
2
Category
SFX
Sound Name
SFX Kit
Applause
Seashore
Stream
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Bird Tweet
Laughing
Screaming
Telephone
Helicopter
Gunshot
Explosion
Machine Gun
Siren
Foot Step
Door Slam
Dog Barking
Telephone 2
Wind Chime
Car Passing
Car Stopping
Breath Noise
Horse Gallop
Door Creak
Car Engine
Car Crash
Train
Jet Plane
Starship
Punch
Heartbeat
Laser Gun
Scratch
Trolley Bell
Whistle Down
Whistle Up
Bubble
Prog
57
127
123
123
123
123
123
124
127
127
125
126
128
128
128
126
127
125
124
125
125
126
126
122
124
125
126
126
126
126
126
127
127
128
125
99
126
126
123
Bank
MSB LSB
120
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
121
95
95
95
121
Exclusive*
kk=KIT No
0
0
0
4
1
2
3
0
1
2
0
0
0
3
1
5
5
3
1
1
5
3
2
0
2
2
1
4
6
7
8
3
4
2
4
1
6
7
5
* For Drum Kits, send Exclusive Message (F0 40 7F 33 gg mm 10 On 7F kk F7)
after Program Change.
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
Appendice
P. 169
Drum/SFX Kit Mapping
Standard Kit
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Std1 BD2
Std1 BD1
Rim
Std1 SD1
Hand Clap
Std1 SD2
Std1 LowTom2
Std1 HHC
Std1 Low Tom1
Std1 HHP
Std1 Mid Tom2
Std1 HHO
Std1 Mid Tom1
Std1 Hi Tom2
Std1 Crash1
Std1 Hi Tom1
Std1 Ride1
China
Cup
TambourIne
Splash
Cowbell
Crash2
Vibra slap
Ride2
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Hi Conga
Low Conga
Hi Timbale
Low Timbale
Hi Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Blk
Low Wood Blk
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Standard Kit 2
Std2 BD2
Std2 BD1
Std2 SD1
Std2 SD2
Std2 HHC
Std2 HHO
Room Kit
Room BD2
Room BD1
Room SD1
Power Kit
Power BD2
Power BD1
Power SD1
PowerMidTom2
Std1 HHO
PowerMidTom1
Power Hi Tom2
RoomMidTom2
Std1 HHO
RoomMidTom1
RoomHiTom2
Power SD2
PowerLowTom2
Std1 HHC
PowerLowTom1
Room SD2
RoomLowTom2
Std1 HHC
RoomLowTom1
RoomHiTom1
Power Hi Tom1
Electric Kit
Analog Kit
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Elect BD2
Elect BD1
Scratch Push2
Scratch Pull2
Scratch Push2
Scratch Pull2
Elect SD1
Elect SD2
Elect LowTom2
Std2 HHC
Elect Low Tom1
Elect Mid Tom2
Std2 HHO
Elect Mid Tom1
Elect Hi Tom2
Elect Hi Tom1
BD2
BD1
Rim
SD1
Analog SD2
Analog LowTom2
Analog HHC
Analog Low Tom1
Analog HHP
Analog Mid Tom2
Analog HHO
Analog Mid Tom1
Analog Hi Tom2
Analog Crash1
Analog Hi Tom1
ReverseCymbal
: Same as Standard Kit
Dance Kit
Jazz Kit
Brush Kit
Orchestra Kit
Std2 HHC
Std1 HHP
Std2 HHO
Std1 Ride1
Scratch Push2
Scratch Pull2
Dance BD2
Dance BD1
Dance SD1
Dance SD2
DanceLowTom2
Dance HHC
DanceLowTom1
808 HHP
DanceMidTom2
Dance HHO
DanceMidTom1
DanceHiTom2
Jazz BD2
Jazz BD1
Jazz Rim
Jazz SD1
Jazz Hand Clap
Jazz SD2
Std2 HHC
Std2 HHO
DanceHiTom1
Jazz BD2
Jazz BD1
Jazz Rim
Brush Tap
Brush Slap
Brush Swirl
BrushLowTom2
Brush HHC
BrushLowTom1
BrushMidTom2
Brush HHO
BrushMidTom1
Brush Hi Tom2
Brush Crash
Brush Hi Tom1
Brush Ride1
ReverseCymbal
Brush Ride Bell
Jazz BD1
Orch BD1
Orch SD1
Castanets
Orch SD1
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
Analog Cowbell
Orch Cymbal2
Orch Cymbal1
Analog Hi Conga
Analog Mid Conga
Analog Low Conga
Analog Maracas
Analog Claves
Hi Hoo
Low Hoo
Ele Mut Triangle
Ele Open Triangle
Ele Mut Triangle
Ele Open Triangle
Bar Chimes
Applause
Kawai Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
SFX Kit
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
C
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
Appendice
SFX Kit 2
Nature
Transportation
War Games
Animal Farm
Horse Gallop
Mystery Theatre
Game Show
Counting
Trip to Japan
Monster
Rain
Screaming
Explosion
Horse Whinney
Thunder
Plane
Jet Plane
Seashore
Foot Step
Pig
Wind
Train
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Guitar Fret Noise
Gtr. Cutt. Noise/up
Gtr. Cutt. Noise/down
String Slap of Bass
Fl.Key Click
Laughing
Scream
Punch
Heart Beat
Footsteps 1
Footsteps 2
Applause
Door Creaking
Door
Scratch
Wind Chime
Car-Engine
Car-Stop
Car-Pass
Car-Crash
Siren
Train
Jetplane
Helicopter
Starship
Gun Shot
Mashine Gun
Lasergun
Explosion
Dog
Horse-Gallop
Birds
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Seashore
Stream
Bubble
Seashore
Pop
Breath Noise
Nou Voice
Tsuzumi
Nou Voice 2
Tsuzumi High
Nou Voice 3
Nou Voice 4
Gong 1
Low Tap
Gong 2
High Tap
"One"
Whip Slap
"Two"
"Uhh"
"Three"
"And"
"Four"
"Ready"
Typewriter
"Play"
Typewriter
Kiss
Finger Cymbal
Game Show Wrong
Game Show Correct
Telephon
Claxson
Plane
Trolley Bell
Cat
Pig
Cow
Horse-Whinney
Rooster
Chicken
Chicken Peep
Crow
Cu-Coo
Seagulls
Sparrow
Crickets 1
Crickets 2
Monster
Stream
Whip Snap
Punch
Cow
Applause
Applause
"One"
Temple Block
Horse Gallop
Shime Taiko
Rain
Gunshot
Cat
Screaming
Laughing
"Uhh"
Horse Whinney
Tsuzumi
Tsuzumi High
Thunder
Car Engine
Machine Gun
Dog Barking
Gunshot
Sceaming
"Two"
Nou Voice
Car Passing
Nou Voice 2
Rain & Thunder
Laser Gun
Crow
Siren
Game Show Correct
"And"
Car Stopping
Nou Voice 3
Nou Voice 4
Wind
Car Crash
Exposion
Chick Peep
Footstep
Game Show Wrong
"Three"
Nou Flute
Car Horn
Wind Chime
Burst Noise
Chicken
Door Slam
Gong
"Four"
Aaoogo/Claxson
Shamisen
Bird Tweet
Siren
Siren
Rooster
Door Creak
Gong 2
"Ready"
Helicopter
Cu-coo
Dog Barking
Long Kiss
"Play"
Trolley Bell
Bird Tweet 2
Train
Koto
Crickets
Helicopter
Plane
Bird Tweet
Heartbeat
Heartbeat
Handclap
Jet Plane
Bird Tweet 2
Punch
Finger Cymbal
Finger Snap
Plane
Nagadou Taiko2
Jet Plane
Nagadou Taiko1
HiraTaiko
Starship
Crickets
Telephone
Nagadou RIM
Crickets 2
Telephone 2
Japan WoodBlk
P. 171
Transmitted*1
Recognized
1
1-16
1-16
1-16
Mode 3
Mode 3
X
Mode 3, 4
*****
36-96
0-127
*****
0-127
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O*2
O
O
O
O*3
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O*4
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
0-127*6
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
O (120)
X
O (121)
X
X
X
O (123)
O
O
X
X
*1 NOT sequencer mode
*2 Glide Pedal
*3 Modulation Pedal
*4 Left Hand Hold Pedal
*5 Possible to Select (default = 16)
MIDI Implementation Chart
Notes
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
Function
Basic
Default
Channel
Changed
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Note
Number
True voice
Velocity
Note ON
Note OFF
After
Key's
Touch
Ch's
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
5
Control
6, 38
Change
7
10
11
64
65
66
67
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
84
91
93
0-95*5
98, 99
100, 101
Program
Change
True #
System Exclusive
: Song pos
Common
: Song sel
: Tune
System
: Clock
Real Time
: Commands
: All Sound OFF
: Reset All Controller
Aux
: Local ON/OFF
Messages
: All Note OFF
: Active Sense
: Reset
MODEL: Kawai Digital Piano CP117
Appendice
Remarks
DATE: JUNE 2006
VERSION 1.0
Bank Select
Modulation
Portamento Time
Data Entry
Volume
Panpot
Expression
Damper (Hold 1)
Portament On/Off
Sostenuto
Soft
Hold 2
Sustain Level
Resonance
Release Time
Attack Time
Cutoff
Decay Time
Vibrato Speed
Vibrato Depth
Vibrato Delay
Portamento Control
Reverb Send Level
Chorus Send Level
General Controller
NRPN LSB, MSB
RPN LSB, MSB
*6 Program Number
1-128
O: Yes
X: No
P. 172
Specifications
Keyboard
Polyphony
Preset Sounds
Styles
Style Controls
Metronome
Auto-Accompaniment
Song Stylist
Conductor
Effects
Temperaments
Other Features
Recorder
Pedals
Jacks
Data Media
Output Power
Speakers
Power Consumption
Finish
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight (without bench)
CP117
88 Weighted Keys , Advanced Hammer Action IV
Maximum 96
Over 600 including Drum kits
182 Styles (4 Variations per Style)
Maximum 20 User Styles
Start/Stop, Intro/Ending (2 per Style), Fill-in (4 per Style), Fade Out, Sync Start, Tap Tempo
= 10–300, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/8, 7/8, 9/8, 12/8
Fingered, One Finger, Full Keyboard, Bass Inversion, Harmony (10 types)
514 Songs
Easy Conductor
Chorus (5), Flanger, Ensemble, Celeste, Delay (3), Auto Pan, Tremolo,
Tremulant, Phaser, Rotary Speaker (2), Auto Wah, Enhancer, Distortion,
Reverb (Room1/2, Stage1/2, Hall1/2, Plate )
9 Types and one User Temperament
One-Two Play, 80 Registrations, Concert Magic (176 Preset Songs ),
Help, 3 Parts (Right 1/2, Left), Split (Selectable Split Point),
Mixer, Master Volume, Accompaniment Volume, Transpose, Octave Shift,
Tune, Sympathetic Resonance, Virtual Voicing, Metronome
MIDI (16 Part Multi-Timbral Capability)
16 Tracks and separate Style, Chord and Tempo tracks,
Punch-In Recording, Editing capability,
The total memory capacity of the recorder is approximately 50,000 notes.
Disk Song Play (Reads/Writes Standard MIDI file format, Lyrics)
Sustain , Sostenuto, Soft, (15 Functions can be assigned.)
Headphones (2), LINE IN (L/MONO, R), LINE OUT (L/MONO, R),
MIDI (IN, OUT, THRU), USB for the Personal Computer
3.5” floppy Disk Drive (2HD/2DD, DOS format)
80 W
6” x 2
90 W
Rosewood
4’ 8” x 1’ 10” x 3’ 1”, 141 x 56 x 92 cm
150 lbs, 68 kg
Concert Performer Series Digital Piano
OW992E-C0606
Printed in Indonesia
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