Document
 ELECTRONIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
introduction
Your new MT740 keyboard is a state-of-the-art musical in-
strument which incorporates the latest electronics tech-
nology to make its operation as easy as possible.
Exceptional sound quality backed up by a host of sophisti
cated features and functions makes this keyboard a joy to
play for everyone. |
in order to enjoy the features and functions of this unit
to their fullest, be sure to carefully read this manual and
follow the instructions contained herein.
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Preset Tones .......... iii iia 8
Tone Bank Sound Combinations ................. 10
Auto-rhythms.......... adorar renooraenaa 12
Auto-accompaniment..........._.e.eeeeccrco..13
Performance Memory Function. ................. 17
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Troubleshooting. . ............. iLL, 22
Care of Your Keyboard ...................... ... 23
Specifications ............e_—.eseereene aa 24
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UL General Guide
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© MIDI terminals aNjoun
- @ Output jack
: OA AC “adaptor. jack
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6) Built-in speakers © Tone SELECT button Ps ur DUR AUS TRE nti 5 ‚© Te PO TES
@ Mode selector © TONE BANK button MIL SE 7 Sam Do ad? I
© MAIN VOLUME slider O DEMO button | ema PONLE PE GE, o Tuning: control - a APM LAA mio ICRA
O ACCOMP VOLUME slider O SYNCHRO/FILLIN button | Adjusts the pitch of the entire © keyboard within : +30 cents
© TEMPO control buttons ® START/STOP button And allows easy tuning with other instruments.
© RHYTHM selectors > — O INTRO/ENDING button Un TRAPO DAI ALA DARSE E oe
@ Rhythm SELECT button ds 4 RECORD button LH En 5 Lo CT LL Но
TONE selectors 7 @ Recording START/STOP button /— Demonstration funeé———— — \
This unit features a preset demonstration à tune which has been
carefully programmed to showcase all the features and benefits .. qu OEM
of this unit. Simply press the DEMO button @, and listen to- |
the MT740 plays itself Mon
* The demonstration tüné is played in an endless Joop Press the DEMO button again to
stop the tune,
* The keyboard is inoperable while playing the demonstration tune.
° e Dry batteries - E
This unit can be powered y six (D size (SUM-1/R20P) manganese dry cell bat.
teries. Weakened batteries will result in lower volume or poor tonal quality. ee
The power indicator lamp will gradually lose its brightness when battery
power weakens. At this time, change batteries or shift to one of the alter. cé,
nate power sources mentioned below. DEL
Battery replacement: o ERE E AD E
(D Open the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the unit and ake
out used batteries. a ERG oe ние
@ Load new batteries taking care that ¢ polity i is correct. 0
* It is advisable to replace all six batteries at the same time for longer battery I life.
* Standard battery life is approximately 12 hours. Ds |
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* Car battery
With the car battery adaptor (CA-5, optional), DC; power is supplied mon
a car battery through the cigarette lighter socket.
CAC Power)
An AC adaptor (AD-5, optional) is required when using household current. Use
only a genuine CASIO adaptor with the same voltage rating (100, 117, 220, or 240)
as the power supply in your area to prevent component damage. Plug the AC
adaptor into the AC outlet and the cord into the: unit. This will automatically
cut off the “Datiery Е power Supply alos
“AC C adaptor A AD-5
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7 Cigarette lighter socket
Car battery adaptor CA-5
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2 Power er supply
* Use only genuine CASIO adaptors to avoid risk of damage.
* The adaptor may become warm when left connected to an outlet. This is
normal, but the © adaptor s should be disconnected when not: in-use:
Power | is automatically cut off approximately 6 6: minutes s after the last opera-
tion of the unit. Power °F supply can 1 be restored aby switching power OFF and
“then ON- again. ETA an Tas Cae
Incorrectly u: using ; batteries can cause c leakage € or bursts à and | may damage your
product: Note the following precautions: ie A Re
-* Be sure that £ polarity is correct.
* Do not mix battery types. 7
* Do not mix new batteries with old ones.
* Never leave dead batteries in n battery compartment as they may cause mal-
functions.
* Remove batteries when not using the product for extended period
* The supplied batteries are not rechargeable... a
* Do not expose the battery, to direct heat, let it ‘become shorted or rt to take
it apart. a DE
(fa battery leaks, clean out the battery compartment of the produét immedi
ately, taking care to 0 avoid letting the battery fluid c come into 0 direct ¢ contact
with your skin)" pe ET SES
Refer to the general guide found o on n page 5 for exact locations of this keyboard c controls’ and
connections. о
D Set the Mode selector to: ON. À
(2) Adjust the volume" level: a Ct nied morn E
© Select one > of 30 preset tones (see “Preset Tones”, page 8)o or one ео! 465 Tone
(4) Now, start playing.
Preset Tones
* Refer to the general guide found on page 4-5 for exact locations of this keyboard controls and
connections.
“To select a preset fone - CD RUSA Ea Pee PEL en Ca
(1) Press the tone SELECT button t to switch between the two tones s assigned to
each TONE selector. When the SELECT indicator is lit, you can select one
of the lower tones (16—30). When it is not lit, you can select one of the e up-
per tones (1-15)... -. AE hai ae
© Press a TONE selector to choose : a reset tone. ee
* “PIANO” tone is automatically selected whenever you switch he power of he e keyboard « ON.
* To select percussion sounds - | ae Aa
When PERCUSSION sound is selected by “the tone > selector: the keyboard
keys can be used to play a total of 49 different built-in percussion s sounds.
These sounds are assigned to respective keys as shown below;
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gated snare drum O cow Бей 1/2
rim shot O triangle open/mute |
closed hihat 1/2 © timbales; high. mute/highlow/mixed |
open hihat 1/2 @ computer game. sound: 1/2/3 : a
crash. cymbal 1/2/3/mixed O agogo high/low ..
“synth. cymbal 128: O conga; high murehighimiddielon
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“4, Preset Tones
* Dual bass sounds
When BASS sound is selected by pressing the “BASS” button (one-of the
tone selectors), two different bass tones can. be played on the keyboard at
the same time.
The WOOD BASS tone sounds on a the lower half of the keyboard (C2 B3),
while the SLAP BASS tone sounds on the > upper half ! (САР).
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Refer to the general guide found on page 4- 5 for exact locations of this keyboard controls and
connections.
4 This keyboard features Casio's innovative “Tone Bank” featüre, which h lets
you choose from an amazing total of 465 different sound combinations.
To create these layered sounds, the Tone Bank function actually integrates the
characteristics of the 30 preset tones. You can select these sound combinations
through the following procedure.
* To select Tone Bank Sound Combinations A BA
© Select any of the 30 preset tones. When selecting Tone Bank sounds, the
tone: initially selected: is used asa base, or: “Primary” ‘sound. 2
* When the Primary sound is selected, the keyboard features 10- note polyphony
This activates the Tone Bank function, allowing you to choose a ‘Secondary
sound to integrate with the Primary sound you just selected.
* After the TONE BANK button is pressed, the keyboard changes to 5-note polyphony.
(3) Select any other of the 30 preset tones. The characteristics of this “Secondary”
sound is automatically integrated with those of the “Primary” sound already
selected. o
° To select a different secondary sound
The secondary sound can be changed at any time, as long: as the Tone Bank
function is selected. Simply select a different preset tone—the primary sound
remains the same.
* To select a different primary sound
The primary sound can be changed by first turning the Tone Bank function
OFF (press TONE BANK button so that indicator goes out), selecting any other
preset tone, and finally turning the Tone Bank function back ON. The secon-
dary tone remains the same in this case.
5. Tone Bank Sound Combinations
< Example of Tone Bank Operation >
Look at the 465-SOUND TONE BANK list on the keyboard. ¥ Here, let us s produce
the TONE BANK sound |4{6| BRASSH ORGAN-__J 22e
The two numbers to the left of.the TONE BANK sound name are e preset tone
numbers (see the list below). The- number 4 represents the. “Primary” sound,
while 6 is the “Secondary” sound. Basically, the 465-SOUND TONE BANK list
indicates that if you mix preset tone 6 BRASS ENS with: preset & tone 4 A JAZZ ORGAN,
vou. will get BRASSH ORGAN. wrth gent
+ [Piano | {16 HONKY TONK ao]
2 [HARPSICHORD | [17 [ELEC PIAND .
3 [VIBRAPHONE - | [16[MARIMBA -
4 [JAZZ ORGAN 19 [ORGAN | PET NE a
6 ¿BRASS ENS 21 ÉTRUMPET 30.0. 7 die
7 STRINGS 1: 122 [STRINGS 2-:- e fi ent ans made AS TL
8 |FLUTE 23 {OBOE fone selector —— не preset tone
9 JCHORUS . . | 124 49YNTH-REED 550 ЕЕ ВО eL BEANS o numbers
10 [JAZZ GUITAR 25 [HARP я
{1 [BELLS 7774 126 [SYNTH-CELESTA
12 [FUNKY CLAVI 27 |SYNTH-CLAVI -
13 IMETALLIC SQUND 28 [FANTASY
14 ISYNTH-ENS 29 [MIRACLE
15 PERCUSSION Lo) 30 BASS, 1221
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(1) First, select preset’ tone 4, JAZZ ORGAN. “This first selection becomes the
“Primary” sound. -
(2) Press the TONE BANK «button. At this t time, the TONE BANK indicator above
the button should light. |
@ Select preset tone 6, BRASS ENS. This selection becomes the “Secondary”
sound.
- BRASSH ORGAN is now y selected: The following is is a a summary « of the above
‘operation. DA SEE
Г] BRASSH ORGAN 7 =[] 4 JAZZ ORGAN + TONE BANK +[—] 6 BRASS ENS
лан.
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efer to the general guide found с on page 4-5 for exact locations of this keyboard controls and
connections.
-* To. play an auto-rhythm naa MAME CAI oa ME dar
© Press the rhythm SELECT. Button t to switch Between. the two 0 rhythms assigned
: to each RHYTHM selector. When'the SELECT indicator is:lit; you can-select
“one of the lower. rhythms (ROCK 2,-8-BEAT 2, etc.).-Whenit-is not № you
: can select one-of the: upper rhythms (ROCK 1,8 BEAT. 1 rete).
©. Press a RHYTHM: selector to choose: an auto-rhythm. 0200 3 660:
* “ROCK 1” rhythm is automatically selected whenever you switch the power В the. keyboard С ом!
(3) Press START/STOP button to start the rhythm.
(4) Adjust the tempo of the rhythm by using the TEMPO control buttons. Press:
ing the <A> button will increase tempo, while pressing the <*>. button
will decrease tempo. TTY ERDAS
* Tempo of the auto-rhythm can be adjusted between 40 and 256 beats per minute: Pressing both
tempo keys at the same time resets the tempo to 132 beats per minute: AS
* After playing the demonstration tune, the tempo of the auto- rhythm | is changed. Adjust the tempo
of the auto: rhythm if you need. Е
(6) You can adjust the- relative volume of the rhythm: by Using. the ACCOMP
VOLUME slider. =:
(6) Press START/STOP button once again to stop aut yt play.
o Using SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button
Press to enter synchro start standby. Rhythm starts whieh 3 an n accompaniment
keyboard key (lower 15 octave, C through F) is pressed. (See page 14 to use
synchro start in the auto-accompaniment- performance.) When .pressed
… during auto-rhythm and accompaniment performance, an appropriate fill-
‘in is inserted in the rhythm pattern. If the button is held down, the fill-in
… Pattern is repeated until the end of the-measure during v which. the. button
is released. ascii RRR SRI Lf
* Using INTRO/ENDING button |
«-tfyou press.the INTRO/ENDING button instead of pressing the START/STOP
button to start an auto-rhythm, the selected auto-rhythm begins after a one-
measure intro pattern. This can be an effective way to lead into auto- rhythm
performance. If pressed during auto-rhythm and accompaniment perfor
mance, the rhythm stops after an appropriate ending pattern.
x Using synchro start with an intro pattern
Press the SYNCHRO/FILLIN button to enter synchro start standby, and sub-
sequently press the INTRO/ENDING button. Rhythm starts when an accom-
paniment keyboard key is pressed, after a one-measure intro pattern.
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* Refer to the general guide found o on n page 4-5 for exact locations of this keyboard controls and
connections,
> Mode selector
Slide to switch the power ON and to select one of the Casio Chord func.
tions (or MIDI function). Ts
-(®--.---… 7 - FOr normal play, without auto-accompaniment.
Cee For auto- -accompaniment. pressing chords. as: usual.
O erre eee e, POT aUto-accompaniment using the Casio, Chord system.
D... оо Set to use the MIDI functions (refer to, 9 MIDE). |
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e ACCOMP VOLUME slider LT DB ia
-Adjust'the: volume-of-the auto-accompaniments "0 52 démos 7
ce If the Mode selector is set to ® “FINGERED (For 2705 © “ON”: the lower
1.5 octave of the keyboard become accompaniment: keyboard na and the
“upper 5 parto of the е Keyboard becomes, Anote. polyphonic. Wh ID
E Accompaniment сеет 6 keyboard (d-note polyphonic) =
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o > During auto-accompaniment performance, chord played 6 on the accompani-
ment keyboard will continue: to:sound. after releasing the keys: |
© Auto-accompaniment starts with rhythm, the moment the accompaniment
keyboard key is pressed if synchro start is in standby. status:
7. Auto-accompaniment PE ER TE SES
Casio Chord system — x
The Casio Chord system has been developed so you can play the four i main
“types of chords more easily. Playing of the chords is s simplified as as shown a
below: ;
* Pressing one of the accompaniment keyboard keys produces a major
chord corresponding to that note.
ww Simultaneously pressing any key to > the right (two keys. at the same time)
results in a minor chord. -
* Similarly, pressing one more key to the right (three keys in all produces
a seventh chord, and pressing the fourth key to the right (four keys
С (С major chord)—Press o
in all) creates a minor seventh chord... .
Cm (C minor chord)--Press 0 O « together.
С; (С seventh chord)—Press Q, O, O together. oc Auto-accompaniment — °
Cm (C minor seventh chord)-Press Q, €, ©, o keyboard
— together. ia
< Examples >
* Not only ©, E, and O, but any black or white keys ci can be used as s long a as they dre to
Za Auto-accompaniment
the right of O). v
[1]. Auto-accompaniment using the Casio Chord system (One-finger method)
(1). Set'the Mode selector to "ON" (© position). -
(2) Select one of the auto-rhythms and press the SYNCHRO/FILL-IN: button.
* Tempo indicator Pants, meaning that the accompaniment keyboard Keys a are © ready for play
O Play on the accompaniment keyboard ter according t to the Casio Chord
* Adjust the tempo and accompaniment volume using Le respective controls.
[2] Auto-accompaniment play using standard chord fingering
(1)-Set the Mode selector to “FINGERED 1” or “FINGERED 2% =::== ==
@) Select one of the auto-rhythms and press the SYNCHRO/FILLN button.
* Tempo indicator fights, meaning that the accompaniment keyboard keys a are е ready f for or play.
© Play a chord on the: accompaniment keyboard keys:
* Adjust the tempo and accompaniment volume using the respective controls. A
* This úñit is capable of i recognizing the e following chords; <M, m 3 +5 dim, sus, 7 M7 m7
mM7 m75, Bus4 9 m9> ' 6 EEE
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<About “Fingered land :“Fingered:2””>. CRIE US die A
This keyboard features two different types.of fingered accompaniment patterns.
You can select which type you want by selecting either the Fingered 1 mode,
or the Fingered 2 mode. Respective accompaniment patterns and characteris-
tics are as listed below.
(Fingered 1 Accompaniment)
Accompaniment consists of a single bass line and two different backing chord
patterns: The pattern does 1 not. pt change until you play a chord d consisting of a at
least 3 notes: ' |
(Fingered. 2 Accompaniment) | MAA PI AS
Accompaniment consists of a single bass line and : a single backing chord pat
tern. In‘addition, you can add notes manually in two-note polyphony on the
“accompaniment keyboard” without affecting the accompaniment pattern, The
pattern does not change until you play a chord consisting of at least 3 notes.
Fingered 2 accompaniment also allows you to choose the way the chord will
play rhythmically. If you keep repeating your chord shape in"any rhythmic pat-
tern you choose (quarter-notes, eight-note triplets or any syncopation) this key-
board will play t that chord pattern. rhythm, allowing fc for more flexibi ity § in 1 your
accompaniment patterns. TI . ue
* Autó: accompaniment tones are preset i in correspondence to each auto- rhythm type. A list of
auto- rhythms and corresponding accompaniment tones is provided. on page 6
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e Auto-accompaniment
< About the tones used in the auto-accompaniment > E SEAL
Each auto-accompaniment pattern consists of one bass line ata two types of
chord lines (chord 1 and chord 2).-The tones of these elements are e préset
corresponding to'each-auto-rhythms'‘as- shown below; TE a
RHYTHMS CHORD IONES.
ROCK 4: 2 Lira BRASS ENS: Le Ca, TS
8 BEAT 1 JAZZ ORGAN PIANO BAD
8 BEAT 2 METALLIC SOUND BRASS ENS. | : - Le Ш ла St AP. BAS Ss 8 д
16-BEAT 1.15 MARIMBA + 106 7 2 ELEC. PIANO“ 007 SLAP BASS: 6
16 BEAT 2.......... SYNTH. CLAVI. +, BRASS ENS... ... .... SLAPBASS.
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POPS 2:::: 2:73 40 FLUTE: = 22 16: BRASS ENS 110500115760 SLAPIBASS
SLOW ROGK. 1: — PIANO. ss E VIBRAPHONE: DATE WOOD: BASS: TT ны
SWING, PIANOS Ш e BRASS ENS.. Le aro es WOOD. BASS Le
SAMBA = NTE CLAVE” © JAZZ ORGAN CT SLAP BASS
BOSSA NOVA ELEC. PIANO STRINGS ПОНОС OGD BASS
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BEGUINE PIANO naz GUITAR WOOD BASS
MARCH BRASS ENS. FLUTE BRASS ENS.
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CHORD 2 TONES... BASS TONES:
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ROCK 2 —. BRASS | SYNTH. CLAVI SLAP BASS © rio
Performance Memory Function
* Refer to the general guide found on page 4-5 for exact locations of this keyboard controls and
connections.
& The performance n memory function lets y you “record” notes : as s you 1 play
them on the keyboard. Up to 1250 notes can be stored in memory for sub-
sequent playback.
Recording
(D Start an auto-rhythm and adjust the tempo of the recording.
© Press the record buttorit to o enter the 1e recording s stand by mode.
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“LED flashes.” E Se E GES Fn He + п SES > pue oo Dis |
- Record button- — |
Recording starstop b button
9s Set the Mode selector to FINGERED - 1 FINGERED 2 or “ON” if vou want
“to'use auto-accompaniment in you recording. If not, set this switch “OFF”,
@ Select one of the auto-rhythms you like .
A: Ifyou don't-want an auto-rhythm in your recording (or if youn want to. start.an auto- orhythm during
;- recording), press rhythm: start/stop button here: -
* you want to start an auto-rhythm with intro pattern, press s introlending “button here.
* If you want to start an auto-rhythm using synchro start, press synchroffill- in button here, |
6) Press the recording start/stop button to start recording. =, о
Recording starts after one measure > of beat count. = шо:
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MEMORY. *°
© Play the keyboard as you like.
` NOTE:
You car record changes in the following operations as well as keyboard play
during recording.
* Changing preset tones,
* Changing tone banks.
* Changing auto-rhythms,
* Starting or stopping a rhythm.
* Starting a rhythm using intro start.
* Inserting the fill-in patterns of rhythms.
* Ending the rhythm with the ending pattern.
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* Refer to the general guide found on page 4-5 for exact locations of this keyboard controls and
connections.
(7) Press the recording start/stop button again to stop recording. Co O a E Rae ne 3
hp al TD Лама щи D sem SOU EI ne Ti TE 8 “MIDI” stands for “Musical instrument Digital interface”. Practically speak-
NE EE | DT A ing, it lets you connect this keyboard to. other MID equipped musical in-
ds KA ne > struments and-devices; such.as synthesizers, drum machines, » sequencers, and
RECORD START E Bt овец DRM Ain
MEMORY °*,
even: n personal computers.
NOTES: E В В O MIDI IN. мате! e Receiver MIDI signal from external device.
e Memory capacity is 5 approximately 1250 notes. 5. Operations such a as > changes MIDI OUT : eee в a 7, Sends | MIDI | signal to external device.
in rhythms, tones or Tone Bank sound selections are counted as a half-note. de sel и ” я и hi x bo rd:
, Recording: automatically ends when you exceed the memory capacity. * set the Me е se ector to “MIDI to use M pr unction oF this Keyboar
Г PIE Back memory. con ten ts” [1] Single channel MIDI transmission/reception
© Press the recording start/stop button to play back your <EXAMPLE CONNECTION 1>
LED lights and the playback starts. - QI 5
YMIDI IN MMIDIOUT — JMIDIIN “MIDIOUT
. RECORD то e
MEMORY ° ==
:e: You can-play whole keyboard u with the playback 1 if the recording has been
done in Casio Chord “OFF” mode. If you recorded in Casio Chord “ON” | o | | Нот
mode, only the melody keyboard can be used. В * When you use the MTAD as a master keyboard, be sure to sé set tthe basic channel of the connect
e In this playback status, all switches and buttons except volume sliders are ed MIDI keyboard “slave” keyboard) to channel 1. = = =
В noperative. © В | * When you use the MTA0 as a slave keyboard, set the basic channel of the MIDI keyboard (“master”
a SED MEN pri LETT renin a keyboard) to 1 through 3 The polyphony of each channel on the MTZ40 is as listed below.
° Tempo of playback cannot be adjusted.
+... CH 1; 6-note polyphonic .
o Press the ° recording start/stop button again to stop the r= CH 2: 4-note polyphonic
RECORD Sa * [tis necessary to send a program change message from the master device to the MT-#0 first
; MEMORY. STOP. a when using this unit as a slave keyboard,
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9. MIDI
[2] Using the MT740 as multi-timbral sound source
The MT740 ¡ is s designed for. simultaneous receipt of 3 MIDI | channels (CH CHI).
This means that a:single: M1740 is capable: of acting as a sound source for.3
standard keyboards. Channels 1 through 3 can all be assigned their own preset
tones. At the same time, channel 4 can be used as a rhythm channel (only pro-
gram change messages can be: sent/received): This function means that when
used in combination with a multi-track sequencer, a single MT740 unit becomes
capable of handling the rhythm, melody, bass and obbligato parts of : a musical
selection: The polyphony. of such a configuration is listed below: : os
CH 1: 6-note polyphonic Wehen HU ES SM EA Ui IE Gn
CH 2: 4-note polyphonic | x
CH 3: 2-note polyphonic E AAA A AA
CH 4: (only program change messages can ‘be sent using 5 rhythm selectors/
received to > change auto-rhythms),
< EXAMPLE CONNECTION >
MIDI OUT DA т MIDI OUT | MIDEIN”
. A QO: ND = |
* You can adjust the relative volume level of channel 2 and channel 4 using. the ACCOMP VOLUME
slider.
* For details on MIDI data transmitted/recognized by the MT-240, ) refer to MIDI Data Transmit!
Receive” on page 21 and MIDI Implementation Chart attached to this manual.
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a 9. MIDI
e Use as a MIDI percussion sound source.
Ht is possible to use this keyboard as a MIDI percussion sound source, as
all percussion instrument sounds are assigned independent. MIDI note
1 number, as listed below; | .
Percussion sound
es MID! Data Transmit/Receive -
Note Number
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40/41 NT
50/52 0
53/55/57/59 00
2 54/56/58. coc
60/61
61/03
64/65/67/69/71
“ 66/68/70
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“ 76/77/68/81
78/80/82
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95/96
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bass drum 17
—snáre drúm 12
gated snare drum
rim shot
closed hihat 1/2
open hihat 12 ©
crash cymbal 12/3/mixed -
. synth..cymbal 172/3
ride cymbai 12: |
- gong 12 |
tom 1/2/3/4/mixed |
synth..tom 1/2/3-
cow Бей 1/2:
triangle, openímute se DT
timbales;
high: mulenigh/lowmixed a
computer game sound 4/2/3 Da Dana a +
agogo Hhighflow. a lr
conga;
+ high mutelhigh/middle/low/mixed .-
clave > hightlow EE
This unit is capable of transmittngheceiving the following MIDE data.
< Receiving > I o
“MESSAGES “CH1 CTH 2 CH 3 “CA 4
1 ‘Note on/off ” O O O x
2 Program change Cl 01 2) |e
3 Sustain on/off oO. XxX |
4 Clock ОЕ
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4 Note on/off O x *(2) changing auto-rhythms.
2 Program change ta 0
3 Sustain on/off X X
4 Clock O
NOTE:
e Tone bank function, memory functions and demonstration function are
inoperable in the MIDI mode.
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1. Main volume turned
“down”
2. Headphones
. connected.
3. Auto power off has
Ш activated.
1: Turn up main volume.
2, Disconnect head-
phones... =
3. Turn the power
switch off and then
on again. |
‘Mode selector is set to
MIDI position.
Change setting of mode
selector. Ш
| accompaniment volume
| turned. down.
Turn up main vand -
accompaniment volume
Main and
| accompaniment volume
turned down.
Turn up main’ j'and ©
accompaniemnt volume.
| Refrigerators, washing
+ machines and similar
electric appliances.
Use outlet as far a
E thought to be
as possible from...
the cause.
“No sound whe
mee to external
1. Main: volume tu med
. down.
| 2. Defective connection
cord.
1. Turn up main volume.
2. E connection:
“cord. т
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| Care of Your Keyboard
1. Avoid heat, humidity, and direct sunlight.
-- Do not overexpose the unit to direct sunlight, place it near a x heater, € or in
any area subject to high temperature. LUS ST
2. Avoid severe impacts and not drop. Е
Severe impacts can result in malfunction. When ‘carrying or r transportion the
unit, protect the keyboard and keys by packing with soft cloth.
3. Keep the unit free of liquids, dust, particles, etc.
Do not allow foreign matter to enter between the keys. Be especially careful
of metallic objects such as “hairpins, sewing needles or coins. Also, do not
allow the unit to set wet, i.
4. Never attempt to modify any part of the unit. CRIE
Your keyboard is a precision musical instrument € made up > of sophisticated
electronic parts. Any modification of, or tampering with internal components
can cause trouble or. malfunction.
5, Do nto use lacquer thinner € or similar chemicals for cleaning. =
Clean the keyboard with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution
and squeeze it until almost dry Beulen ante
6. Remove batteries before extended storage.
Batteries left in the unit for long periods € can leak and cause‘ e damage te to
| electronic circuitry. о Ln OT rnd EE
7. In case. e of malfunction. . Sy
Check whether buttons and con nections 2 are set correctly as indicated in the
troubleshooting chart. If the unit still does not work properly, contact the
_ original retailer or a nearby dealer. Never attempt to repair the unit yourself.
This can result in serious damage of the components.
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12, Specifications
Model:
Number of keys:
Polyphonic:
Preset tones:
MT740.
61 keys |
- 10-note polyphonic. os
30;
“Piano, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, Jazz organ, Pipe
| 7 Gran Brass-eris, Strings 1, Flute, Chorus, Jazz
guitar, Bells, Funky clavi, Metallic sound, Synth: .
ens, Percussion, Honky-tonk piano, “Elec. piano, -
| Marimba, Organ, Accordion, Trumpet, Strings” 2,
— “Oboe, Synth-reed, Harp, Syntli-célésta, Synth< -clavi, ©
Tone bank sounds:
Fantasy, Miracle, Bass (Wood bass/Slap bass)
465 нео и
+ Rock 12; 8 beat 12, 16 beat 12 3; Disco 1-2, 2, Pops 1
Siow rock 1-2, Swing, Samba, Bossa nova, Waltz,
Reggae, Tango, Beguine, March
49 PCM thythm soruces
Auto-accompaniment
function:
Casio Chord ontfingered ingered 2 2
Built-in effects:
— Stereo delay, Stereo panning
Real-time memory:
Up to 1250 notes
Terminals:
Output jack [output impedance: 309, output _
voltage: 2 V (RMS) MAXLAC adaptor jack oc NM =
_MIDI (IN OUT). Hin
Tuning control: . {
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Built-in speakers:
Auto power off function:
Power source: ео ZEN en |:
aie 0 AC: 1100, 117, 220, 240V (100), 50.60 Hz, with:
40 em dia x 2
Approximately 6. minutes after the last operation =
3-way. AC/CD power source;
optional AD-5 AC adaptor:
ae DC:6D size (SUMAIR20P) manganese dry -
batteries =
+ Battery. life: Approximately 12 hours"
pie Car ir battery: Requires optional ( CAS car r adaptor
Power consumption:
Dimensions:
—862W) x 2800) x. 86H) mm
33 15/16”(W).-x 11”(D) >: 3-3/ e
Weight:
Standard accessories:
35 kg (77 lbs) including batteries
6 “р” size batteries, score stand
* Designs. and specifications are subject to change y without notice.
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