CGP-700 - Support

CGP-700 - Support
CGP-700
EN/ES
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USER’S GUIDE
GUÍA DEL USUARIO
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Please keep all information for future reference.
Guarde toda información para tener como referencia futura.
Safety Precautions
Before trying to use the Digital Piano, be sure to
read the separate “Safety Precautions”.
Precauciones de seguridad
Antes de intentar usar el piano digital, asegúrese
de leer las “Precauciones de seguridad” separadas.
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
The P (POWER) indicator being unlit does not mean the apparatus is completely disconnected from the MAINS.
When you need to have the apparatus completely disconnected from the MAINS, you must unplug the power cord. For that purpose, locate
the apparatus in a way that secures easy access to the power cord.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number: CGP-700
Trade Name: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
Responsible party: CASIO AMERICA, INC.
Address: 570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801
Telephone number: 973-361-5400
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
NOTICE
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. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. 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 circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Important!
Please note the following important information before using this product.
• Before using the AD-E24250LW Adaptor to power the product, be sure to check the AC Adaptor for any damage first. Carefully check the
power cord for breakage, cuts, exposed wire and other serious damage. Never let children use an AC adaptor that is seriously damaged.
• The product is not intended for children under 3 years.
• Use only the CASIO AD-E24250LW adaptor.
• The AC adaptor is not a toy.
• Be sure to disconnect the AC adaptor before cleaning the product.
Declaration of Conformity According to EU Directive
Manufacturer:
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
Responsible within the European Union:
Casio Europe GmbH
Casio-Platz 1, 22848 Norderstedt, Germany
www.casio-europe.com
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Contents
Getting Ready
EN-55
Assembling the Stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-55
Using the Anti-tipping Brackets . . . . . . . . . . EN-57
General Guide
EN-4
Saving Settings and Using Panel Lock . . . . . . . EN-6
Returning the Digital Piano to Its Factory
Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-6
Power Outlet
EN-7
Using an AC Adaptor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-7
Turning Power On or Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-7
Connections
EN-8
Connecting Headphones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-8
Connecting a Pedal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-8
Connecting Audio Equipment or an Amplifier . . EN-9
Bundled and Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . . EN-10
Operations Common to All Modes
EN-11
Using the Display Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-11
Performing Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-12
Playing with Different Tones
EN-14
Selecting and Playing a Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-14
Splitting the Keyboard between Two Tones . . EN-15
Layering Two Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-16
Splitting the Keyboard for Duet Play . . . . . . . . EN-16
Adjusting the Keyboard Volume Balance . . . . EN-17
Using the Metronome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-18
Changing the Tempo Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-18
Using the Pitch Bend Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-19
Shifting the Pitch of the Digital Piano in
Semitone Units (Transpose) . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-19
Using Auto Accompaniment
EN-20
Playing an Auto Accompaniment . . . . . . . . . . EN-20
Using Recommended Tones and Tempos
(One-Touch Presets) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-23
Adding Harmony to Melody Notes
(Auto Harmonize) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-24
Removing the Protective Tape
from the Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-58
Installing the Music Stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-58
Demo Song
EN-25
Playing the Demo Tunes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-25
Music Presets
EN-26
Recalling Preset Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-26
Registering Tone and
Rhythm Setups
EN-27
Recording and Playback
EN-29
Recording to Digital Piano Memory
(MIDI Recorder) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-31
Recording to a USB Flash Drive
(Audio Recorder) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-38
Configuring Digital Piano Settings
EN-41
Configuring Digital Piano Settings. . . . . . . . . . EN-41
USB Flash Drive
EN-49
Connecting a USB Flash Drive to and
Detaching It from the Digital Piano. . . . . . . . EN-50
Formatting a USB Flash Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-50
Saving Standard Song Data to a
USB Flash Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-50
Saving Digital Piano Data to a
USB Flash Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-51
Loading Data from a USB Flash Drive to
Digital Piano Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-51
Deleting Data from a USB Flash Drive . . . . . . EN-52
Connecting to a Computer
EN-53
Minimum Computer System Requirements . . EN-53
Using MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-54
Reference
EN-59
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-59
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-60
Product Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-62
Operating Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN-64
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Contents
Appendix
A-1
English
Tone List .............................................................. A-1
Drum Assignment List .......................................... A-6
Rhythm List .......................................................... A-8
Music Preset List................................................ A-10
Fingering Guide.................................................. A-12
Parameter List.................................................... A-14
Chord Example List............................................ A-15
Part and MIDI Channel Assignments ................. A-17
MIDI Implementation Chart
Company and product names used in this
manual may be registered trademarks of others.
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General Guide
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bo
bp
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8
9
bk
bl
bq
bm
2
∗
dl
Front
bn
br
PHONES jacks
bs
bt
ck
co
cp
cl
cq
cm
cr
cs
cn
dk
ct
Back
DC 24V terminal
USB port
AUDIO IN jack
LINE OUT R, L/MONO
jacks
DAMPER jack
AUDIO VOLUME controller
Bottom
SPEAKER jack
Pedal connector
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General Guide
1P (Power) button
brDial
2VOLUME controller
bsw/NO, q/YES buttons
3REC MODE button
btTONE button
4MIDI a button
ckRHYTHM button
5AUDIO a button
clTEMPO buttons
6TRANSPOSE w, q button
cmMETRONOME button
7INTRO button
cnGRAND PIANO button
8NORMAL/FILL-IN button
coBANK button
9VARIATION/FILL-IN button
cpREGISTRATION 1 button
bkSYNCHRO/ENDING button
cqREGISTRATION 2 button
bla button
crREGISTRATION 3 button
bmACCOMP ON/OFF button
csREGISTRATION 4 button
bnDisplay
ctSTORE button
boMENU
dkUSB flash drive port
bpMAIN
dlPITCH BEND wheel
English
• This manual uses the numbers and names below to refer to buttons and controllers.
bqEXIT
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General Guide
Saving Settings and Using
Panel Lock
Your Digital Piano lets you save its current settings,
and lock its buttons to protect against operation errors.
For details, see “Auto Resume” (page EN-46) and
“Operation Lock” (page EN-46).
Returning the Digital Piano to
Its Factory Default Settings
Perform the following procedure when you want to
return the Digital Piano’s stored data and settings to
their initial factory defaults.
1.
2.
Turn off the Digital Piano.
While holding down the cl TEMPO w, q
buttons, press the 1 P button.
• The Digital Piano will turn on and initialize its
internal system. You will be able to use the Digital
Piano in a short while.
• See “Turning Power On or Off” (page EN-7) for
information about turning power on and off.
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Your Digital Piano runs on standard household power.
Be sure to turn off power whenever you are not using
the Digital Piano.
Turning Power On or Off
1.
• Do not touch the keyboard, pedals, or buttons while
the startup screen is on the display. Doing so will
cause malfunction.
Using an AC Adaptor
Use only the AC adaptor (JEITA Standard, with unified
polarity plug) that comes with this Digital Piano. Use
of a different type of AC adaptor can cause
malfunction of the Digital Piano.
Specified AC Adaptor: AD-E24250LW
• Use the supplied power cord to connect the AC
adaptor as shown in the illustration below.
Household power outlet
Power cord
DC 24V terminal
Press the 1 P button to turn on power.
AC adaptor
• Configuration and type depends
on your geographic location.
Note the following important precautions to avoid
damage to the power cord.
During Use
• Never pull on the cord with excessive force.
• Never repeatedly pull on the cord.
• Never twist the cord at the base of the plug or
connector.
During Movement
• Before moving the Digital Piano, be sure to unplug
the AC adaptor from the power outlet.
During Storage
• Loop and bundle the power cord, but never wind it
around the AC adaptor.
English
Power Outlet
• Use the Digital Piano’s VOLUME controller (2) to
adjust the volume.
2.
To turn off the Digital Piano, hold down the
1 P button until the Digital Piano’s display
goes blank.
• Pressing the 1 P button to turn off power actually
puts the Digital Piano into a standby state. Minute
amounts of current continue to flow within the
Digital Piano in the standby state. If you do not plan
to use the Digital Piano for a long time or if there is a
lightning storm in your area, be sure to unplug the
AC adaptor from the power outlet.
Auto Power Off
This Digital Piano is designed to turn off automatically
to avoid wasting power after no operation is
performed for a preset amount of time. The Auto
Power Off trigger time is about four hours.
• You can disable Auto Power Off, if you want. For
details, see “Auto Power Off” under “SYSTEM
SETTING Screen” (page EN-45).
• Never connect the AC adaptor (JEITA Standard,
with unified polarity plug) that comes with this Digital
Piano to any other device besides this Digital Piano.
Doing so creates the risk of malfunction.
• Make sure the Digital Piano is turned off before
plugging in or unplugging the AC adaptor.
• The AC adaptor will become warm to the touch after
very long use. This is normal and does not indicate
malfunction.
• Use the AC adaptor so its label surface is pointed
downwards. The AC adaptor becomes prone to
emitting electromagnetic waves when the label
surface is facing upwards.
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Connections
Connecting Headphones
• Before connecting headphones, be sure to use the
Digital Piano’s 2 VOLUME controller to turn the
volume down to a low level. After connecting, you
can adjust the volume to the level you want.
• While sound output from the speakers is disabled,*
the Digital Piano automatically optimizes sound for
headphones and LINE OUT listening. During
speaker output, it automatically switches to
optimization for listening with speakers.
* Plug inserted into the PHONES jack or “Speaker”
SYSTEM SETTING Screen (page EN-45) turned
off.
Connecting a Pedal
Pedal Connector
You can connect the supplied 3-Pedal Unit (SP-33) to
the pedal connector on the bottom of the Digital Piano.
You can then use the pedals for expression that is
similar to that available on an acoustic piano.
Bottom
Pedal connector
Front
PHONES jacks
Commercially available
headphones
Connect commercially available headphones to the
PHONES jacks. Connecting headphones to either of
the PHONES jacks cuts off output to the speakers,
which means you can practice even late at night
without bothering others. To protect your hearing,
make sure that you do not set the volume level too high
when using headphones.
DAMPER jack
Connecting the optionally available pedal (SP-3) to the
DAMPER jack makes it possible to use the pedal as a
damper pedal.
Pressing the damper pedal while playing will cause the
notes you play to reverberate for a long time.
• When a GRAND PIANO tone is selected as the tone,
pressing this pedal will cause notes to reverberate
just like the damper pedal on an acoustic grand
piano.
Back
DAMPER jack
SP-3
• Be sure to push the headphones plug into the
PHONES jacks as far as it will go. If you don’t, you
may hear sound from only one side of the
headphones.
• If the plug of the headphones you are using does not
match the PHONES jacks, use the applicable
commercially available adaptor plug.
• If you are using headphones that require an adaptor
plug, make sure you do not leave the adaptor
plugged in when you unplug the headphones. If you
do, nothing will sound from the speakers when you
play.
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Connections
Using the Digital Piano to Produce
Sounds from an External Source
(Figure 1)
You can connect audio equipment or a music amplifier
to the Digital Piano and then play through external
speakers for more powerful volume and better sound
quality.
You can connect a smartphone or other music player to
AUDIO IN.
Use the AUDIO VOLUME knob to adjust the volume
level from the music player.
• While sound output from the speakers is disabled,*
the Digital Piano automatically optimizes sound for
headphones and LINE OUT listening. During
speaker output, it automatically switches to
optimization for listening with speakers.
* Plug inserted into the PHONES jack or “Speaker”
SYSTEM SETTING Screen (page EN-45) turned
off.
• Whenever connecting a device to the Digital Piano,
first use the VOLUME controller to set the volume to
a low level. After connecting, you can adjust the
volume to the level you want.
• Whenever you connect any device to the Digital
Piano, be sure to read the user documentation that
comes with the device.
• Digital Piano built-in effects (reverb, chorus, DSP)
are not applied to AUDIO IN terminal input.
AUDIO IN input cannot be recorded with the
Audio Recorder.
Guitar amplifier
Keyboard amplifier, etc.
3
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
Standard plug
English
Connecting Audio Equipment
or an Amplifier
Connecting to Audio Equipment
(Figure 2)
Use commercially available cables to connect the
external audio equipment to the Digital Piano’s
LINE OUT jacks as shown in Figure 2. LINE OUT R
jack output is right channel sound, while LINE OUT
L/MONO jack output is left channel sound. It is up to
you to purchase connecting cables like the ones shown
in the illustration for connection of audio equipment.
Normally in this configuration you must set the audio
equipment’s input selector to the setting that specifies
the terminal (such as AUX IN) to which the Digital
Piano is connected. Use the Digital Piano’s VOLUME
controller to adjust the volume level.
Standard jack
Audio amplifier AUX IN jack, etc.
2
Stereo
mini plug
LEFT (White)
RIGHT (Red)
Pin plug
Smartphone, etc.
1
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Connections
Connecting to a Musical Instrument
Amplifier (Figure 3)
Use commercially available cables to connect the
amplifier to the Digital Piano’s LINE OUT jacks as
shown in Figure 3. LINE OUT R jack output is right
channel sound, while LINE OUT L/MONO jack
output is left channel sound. Connecting to the
LINE OUT L/MONO jack only outputs a mixture of
both channels. It is up to you to purchase a connecting
cable like the one shown in the illustration for
connection of the amplifier. Use the Digital Piano’s
VOLUME controller to adjust the volume level.
• When using the LINE OUT jacks, also connect
headphones to the PHONES jacks. This will switch
the LINE OUT output to appropriate sound quality.
• If you are using the Digital Piano in a stand-alone
configuration (not mounted on its stand), be sure to
change the “External Speaker” SYSTEM SETTING
to Off. For details, see “SYSTEM SETTING Screen”
under “Configuring Digital Piano Settings” (pages
EN-41 through EN-48).
Bundled and Optional
Accessories
Use only accessories that are specified for use with this
Digital Piano.
Use of unauthorized accessories creates the risk of fire,
electric shock, and personal injury.
• You can get information about accessories that are
sold separately for this product from the CASIO
catalog available from your retailer, and from the
CASIO website at the following URL.
http://world.casio.com/
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Operations Common to All Modes
Display Screen Layout
When you turn on the Digital Piano, a MENU screen
and a MAIN screen (which shows the current setup)
appear on the display. You can use these screens to
configure a variety of different functions. A quick
palette of navigation icons along the right side of the
display are for navigating between screens.
■ Quick Palette
The Quick Palette is always displayed along the right
side of the screen. Touch the Quick Palette icons to
navigate between screens.
English
Using the Display Screen
bo MENU: Displays the MENU screen.
bp MAIN: Displays the MAIN screen.
bq EXIT: Returns to a previous screen.
■ MENU screen
Touching a menu icon displays a screen for configuring
tone, rhythm, and other settings.
Displays the MAIN
screen.
Returns to the
previous screen.
Screen Contents
You can tell the currently selected items and operation
enabled icons by their colors;
Red: Currently selected or turned on
Blue: Operation enabled
Example: “Soft Rock” selected in the Rock group.
Goes to the next group.
Quick Palette
■ MAIN screen
The MAIN screen is for checking and modifying main
settings. Current settings are shown along the bottom
of the screen.
12
Goes to the previous or next page.
Displays the
MENU screen.
3
4 5 6 7 8
9
Quick Palette
1 USB flash drive mounted
2 Speakers off
3 Chord
4 Tempo
5 Measure
6 Beat
7 Transpose
8 Split point
9 Registration bank
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Operations Common to All Modes
Performing Operations
To use the touch panel
Your Digital Piano has a touch panel. You can use the
touch panel to configure a variety of different
functions.
To input text characters
You can touch the keys of an on-screen touch keyboard
to input data file names. The Digital Piano supports
input of alpha characters and symbols.
1
2
3
4
• Do not perform touch panel operations with a sharp
or hard pointed object. Doing so can damage the
LCD.
Touch
Press the display lightly with your finger.
5
6
1 Shows the letters you input.
2 Selects the character type.
3 Moves the cursor forward and back.
4 Deletes the letter to the left at the cursor.
5 Input letters at the cursor position.
6 Inputs a space at the cursor position.
Swipe
Swipe the display from left to right with your finger.
Swiping a MENU screen changes to another page of
menu items.
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Operations Common to All Modes
To change a setting value
An item that can be selected using a list is indicated by
the “X” icon.
A setting value that can be changed is indicated by a
“ ” icon.
1.
1.
2.
Touch the item whose setting you want to
change.
On the list that appears, touch the item to
which you want to change.
2.
Touch the item whose setting you want to
change.
English
To select an item in a list
Use the br Dial or the bs w, q buttons to
change setting value.
• Holding down either of the bs w, q buttons
scrolls through values at high speed.
To toggle a function on or off
To toggle a function between on or off, touch its item or
icon.
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Playing with Different Tones
6
cl
bp
Selecting and Playing a Tone
Your Digital Piano has 550 tones. Tones are divided
into 12 groups.
• For more information, see the “Tone List” (page
A-1).
1.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
Touch the “Upper 1” tone.
This displays the TONE SELECT screen.
5.
cm cn
bs
On the screen, touch bp MAIN to return to
the MAIN screen.
• Touching the Upper 1 icon to turn it off will deselect
the keyboard tone so nothing will sound on the
keyboard.
• Pressing the cn GRAND PIANO button will switch
to the grand piano tone and reconfigure Digital
Piano settings so they are optimized for grand piano
play. For details about these settings, see “Parameter
List” (page A-14).
Upper 1
3.
Touch the group that contains the tone you
want to use.
• You can navigate between groups by touching “UU“
or “II”.
4.
Touch the tone you want to use.
• You can navigate between tone list pages by touching
“ ” or “ ”.
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Splitting the Keyboard
between Two Tones
You can split the keyboard so the left side (lower
range) plays one tone and the right side (upper range)
plays a different tone.
• On a split keyboard, a tone assigned to the low range
is called a “split tone” (Lower 1).
Example: When “GM Slap Bass 1” is selected as the split
tone
Split tone:
GM Slap Bass 1
1.
To move the keyboard split point
Main tone:
Grand Piano Concert
Lower 1
Upper 1
Lower 2
Upper 2
• You can layer both the main tone and the split tone
with another by turning on layer (page EN-16). You
can also configure the layer setting after turning on
the split.
• Turning off Upper 1, Upper 2, Lower 1, or Lower 2
by touching its icon will mute the applicable tone.
• When tones with DSP are assigned as both the main
tone and the split tone, the effect of one of the tones
becomes disabled.
English
Playing with Different Tones
You can use the procedure below to specify the
location on the keyboard where it splits between the
left side and the right side. That location is called the
“split point”.
Low Range
High Range
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
3.
Select the main tone.
Split Point
On the MAIN screen, touch “Split”.
This turns on split.
Red
1.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
4.
6.
7.
8.
Touch “Split Point”.
Touch “Lower 1”.
This displays the TONE SELECT screen.
5.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
Touch the group that contains the tone you
want to use as the split tone.
Touch the tone you want to use as the split
tone.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN to return to
the MAIN screen.
Red
3.
Use the bs w, q buttons to specify the
split point, which is the leftmost key of the
upper range.
• You can also specify the split point by touching and
holding “Split Point” as you press the desired
keyboard key.
To unsplit the keyboard and return it to a
single tone, touch “Split” on the MAIN screen.
This unsplits the keyboard.
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Playing with Different Tones
Layering Two Tones
You can layer two different tones so they play at the
same time when you press a keyboard key.
• The Upper 1 tone is called the “main tone”, while
the Upper 2 tone is called the “layered tone”.
1.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
3.
Select the main tone.
Splitting the Keyboard for
Duet Play
You can split the keyboard in the center for duet play
so the left and right sides have the same ranges. The
left outer pedal operates as the left side damper pedal,
while the right outer pedal is the right side damper
pedal.
The duet play can be used with the teacher showing
how to play on the left side as the student plays the
same melody on the right side.
Touch the Upper 2 icon.
Left keyboard
Right keyboard
This turns on layer and layers the two tones.
Red
C4
C4
(Middle C)
(Middle C)
Pedals
z Using the Provided SP-33 Pedal Unit
Left keyboard
damper pedal
4.
Left and right side damper pedal
Touch the “Upper 2” tone.
This displays the TONE SELECT screen.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Right side damper pedal
(Half-pedal operation
supported)
Touch the group that contains the tone you
want to use as the layer tone.
Touch the tone you want to use as the layer
tone.
z Using the Optional SP-3 Pedal Unit
With this type of pedal, the damper effect is applied to
both the left and right keyboards.
1.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This displays the MAIN screen.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN to return to
the MAIN screen.
To unlayer the keyboard and return to a
single tone, touch the Upper 2 icon on the
MAIN screen.
This unlayers the tones.
• You can adjust the balance between the main tone
and layered tone.
See “Adjusting the Keyboard Volume Balance”
(page EN-17).
• Touching the Upper 1 or Upper 2 icon will turn off
the applicable tone so it does not sound.
• When tones with DSP are assigned as both the main
tone and the layered tone, the effect of one of the
tones becomes disabled.
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Playing with Different Tones
Touch “Duet”.
This turns on duet play.
• Touch “Pan” to turn on Duet Pan. While Duet Pan is
enabled (on), the left side keyboard tone is output
from the left speaker, while the right side keyboard
tone is output from the right speaker. The effects
below are not applied.
– Acoustic Simulator
– Reverb
– Delay
– Chorus
– DSP
Example: The illustration below shows how changing
the left octave shift setting to “+1” affects the
left keyboard octave.
Leftmost C key
C4
C5
C6
C7
C3
1 octave higher than initial setting
3.
Red
C4
C5
C6
English
2.
Unchanged
Touch “Right Octave” and then use the bs
w, q buttons to change the octave of the
right keyboard.
• Turning off duet play clears octave shift settings and
returns the keyboard to its initial default octave
settings.
Adjusting the Keyboard
Volume Balance
3.
To turn off duet play, touch “Duet” again.
The returns to the state in effect before you turned on
duet play.
To change the octave of a Duet Mode
keyboard (Duet Octave Shift)
You can use the following procedure to change the
octave of the left and right Duet Mode keyboards.
1.
2.
Use this procedure to adjust the volume balance
between the main tone and the layered tone.
1.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
3.
Perform steps 1 and 2 of the procedure under
“Splitting the Keyboard for Duet Play”.
Touch “Left Octave” and then use the bs w,
q buttons to change the octave of the left
keyboard.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
Touch “BALANCE”.
Touch the tone you want to adjust and then
use the bs w, q buttons to adjust volume.
Upper 1: Main tone
Upper 2: Layered tone
Lower 1: Split (main) tone
Lower 2: Split (layered) tone
4.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN to return to
the MAIN screen.
• For other BALANCE screen settings, see
“BALANCE Screen” under “Configuring Digital
Piano Settings” (pages EN-41 through EN-48).
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Playing with Different Tones
Using the Metronome
1.
Press the cm METRONOME button.
This starts the metronome.
Flashes in time with the beat.
Changing the Tempo Setting
There are two different methods you can use to change
the tempo setting: using the cl TEMPO w, q
buttons for gradual change, or by tapping a beat with
the cl TEMPO TAP button (tap input).
■ Method 1:
To adjust the tempo setting using the cl
TEMPO w, q buttons
2.
Press the cm METRONOME button again to
stop the metronome.
1.
Each press of a button increases or decreases the tempo
value (beats per minute) by one.
• Holding down either button changes the value at
high speed.
• You can specify a tempo value in the range of 20 to
255.
This stops the metronome.
To change the beats per measure
You can specify from 0 to nine beats per measure for
the metronome.
Specifying 0 will cause each beat to be indicated by the
same sound. This setting lets you practice with a steady
beat.
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the MENU screen, touch “SYSTEM
SETTING”.
Touch “Metronome Count”.
Use the bs w, q buttons to select a beats
per measure value.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This returns to the MAIN screen.
Adjusting the Balance between
Metronome and Keyboard Volume
(Metronome Volume)
You can use the following procedure to adjust the
volume level of the metronome, without affecting the
volume of keyboard output.
1.
5.
■ Method 2:
To adjust the tempo by tapping a beat (tap
input)
1.
Tap the cl TEMPO TAP button a number of
times at the tempo you want to set.
• The tempo setting will change to the average value of
your taps.
Tap two or more times.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
3.
4.
Use the cl TEMPO w, q buttons to adjust
the tempo setting.
Touch “BALANCE”.
Touch “Metronome Volume”.
• After you use this method to specify the approximate
tempo, you can then use the procedure under “To
adjust the tempo setting using the cl TEMPO w,
q buttons” to adjust the setting to a more exact
value.
Use the bs w, q buttons to adjust the
metronome volume setting (0 to 127).
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This returns to the MAIN screen.
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Playing with Different Tones
Using the Pitch Bend Wheel
1.
English
You can use the pitch bend wheel to slide the pitch of
notes smoothly upwards and downwards. This
capability makes it possible to reproduce saxophone
and electric guitar choking effects.
While playing a note on the
keyboard, rotate the pitch bend
wheel on the left of the keyboard
upwards or downwards.
The amount the note bends depends on
how much you rotate the pitch bend
wheel.
• Do not touch the pitch bend wheel as
you turn on the Digital Piano.
• You also can configure pitch bend wheel operation
by specifying the amount of pitch change at
maximum rotation in either direction. See
“CONTROLLER Screen” (page EN-46) for more
information.
Shifting the Pitch of the Digital
Piano in Semitone Units
(Transpose)
The transpose feature lets you raise or lower the overall
pitch of the Digital Piano in semitone steps. You can
use this feature to adjust keyboard tuning to a key that
better matches a vocalist, another musical instrument,
etc.
1.
Use the 6 TRANSPOSE w, q buttons to
change the setting value.
• You can change the tuning of the keyboard within the
range of –12 to 00 to +12.
• Pressing the 6 TRANSPOSE w, q buttons at the
same time changes the setting to 0.
• The current transpose setting is shown on the MAIN
screen.
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Using Auto Accompaniment
ck
7 8 9 bk bl bm
With Auto Accompaniment, simply select the
accompaniment rhythm you want and the matching
accompaniment (drums, guitar, etc.) will play
automatically when you play a chord with your left
hand. It’s like having your own personal backup group
along with you wherever you go.
cl
bo bp
3.
Touch the group that contains the rhythm you
want to use.
• You can navigate between groups by touching “UU“
or “II”.
This Digital Piano has 200 built-in Auto
Accompaniment patterns, which are divided into 13
groups. For more information, see the “Rhythm List”
(page A-8).
Playing an Auto
Accompaniment
1.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
4.
• You can navigate between rhythm list pages by
touching “ ” or “ ”.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
Touch the “Rhythm” rhythm name.
Touch the rhythm you want to use.
5.
Use the cl TEMPO w, q buttons to adjust
the tempo setting.
• For information about the tempo adjustment method,
see “Changing the Tempo Setting” (page EN-18).
• To return a rhythm to its recommended tempo
setting, press the cl TEMPO w, q buttons at the
same time.
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Using Auto Accompaniment
Press the bm ACCOMP ON/OFF button so its
lamp is lit.
This turns ACCOMP on, so all accompaniment parts
sound.
• Turning ACCOMP off so the ACCOMP lamp is unlit
causes only the percussion instrument parts (Drums,
Percussion) to sound.
• Each press of the button toggles ACCOMP between
on and off.
Lit
7.
Press the bk SYNCHRO/ENDING button.
10. When you are finished, press the bl
a
button again to stop Auto Accompaniment.
• Pressing the bk SYNCHRO/ENDING button instead
of the bl a button will play an ending pattern
before stopping Auto Accompaniment play. For
details about ending patterns, see “Modifying Auto
Accompaniment Patterns” (page EN-23).
English
6.
• You can adjust the volume level of the Auto
Accompaniment, without affecting the volume of
Digital Piano output. For details, see “BALANCE
Screen” (page EN-43).
• You can change the size of the chord keyboard by
using the split feature to move the split point (page
EN-15). The keyboard keys to the left of the split
point make up the chord keyboard.
This puts Auto Accompaniment into “synchro
standby”. Playing a chord during synchro standby will
cause Auto Accompaniment to start to play
automatically.
• Pressing the 7 INTRO button while Auto
Accompaniment is in synchro standby will enter
intro standby. Pressing the 9 VARIATION button
will enter variation standby. For details about intro
and variation patterns, see “Modifying Auto
Accompaniment Patterns” (page EN-23).
Flashing
8.
Play the chord you want on the chord
keyboard (left keyboard keys).
Auto Accompaniment will start playing when you play
the chord.
• To start percussion part play without playing a
chord, press the bl a button.
Example: To play a C chord
Chord keyboard
9.
Melody keyboard
Play other chords with your left hand as you
play the melody with your right hand.
• You can use “CASIO Chord” or other simplified
chord fingering modes to play chords. For details, see
“To select a chord fingering mode” in the following
section.
• You can use the 8 NORMAL and 9 VARIATION
buttons to modify accompaniment patterns. For
details, see “Modifying Auto Accompaniment
Patterns” (page EN-23).
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Using Auto Accompaniment
To select a chord fingering mode
You can select from among the following five chord
fingering modes.
Fingered 1
Fingered 2
Fingered 3
CASIO Chord
Full Range
1.
2.
3.
On the MENU screen, touch “RHYTHM”.
Touch “Chord Input Type”.
Touch the chord input method you want to
use.
This changes to the selected chord input method.
■ Fingered 1, 2, 3
With these three chord fingering modes, you play
chords on the chord keyboard using their normal
chord fingerings. Some chord forms are abbreviated,
and can be fingered with one or two keys.
For information about the types of chords you can
finger and their fingerings, see the “Fingering Guide”
(page A-12).
Chord keyboard
Fingered 1: Play the component notes of the chord on the
keyboard.
Fingered 2: Unlike Fingered 1, 6th input is not possible with
this mode.
Fingered 3: Unlike Fingered 1, this mode allows input of
fraction chords with the lowest keyboard note as
the bass note.
■ CASIO CHORD
With “CASIO Chord”, you can use simplified
fingerings to play the four types of chords described
below.
Chord keyboard
Chord Type
Example
Major Chords
Press one key, whose note
corresponds to the chord
name.
• To play C Major, press any
C key in the chord
keyboard. The octave of the
note does not matter.
C (C Major)
Note name
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
Minor Chords
Cm (C minor)
Press the chord keyboard key
that corresponds to the major
chord, while also pressing one
other chord keyboard key to
the right.
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
Seventh Chords
Press the chord keyboard key
that corresponds to the major
chord, while also pressing
two other chord keyboard
keys to the right.
C7 (C seventh)
Minor Seventh Chords
Press the chord keyboard key
that corresponds to the major
chord, while also pressing
three other chord keyboard
keys to the right.
Cm7 (C minor seventh)
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
C C#DE b E F F#GAb A Bb B C C#DE b E F
When pressing more than one chord keyboard key,
makes no difference whether the additional keys are
white or black.
■ FULL RANGE CHORD
With this chord fingering mode, you can use the full
range of the keyboard to play chords and the melody.
For information about the types of chords you can
finger and their fingerings, see the “Fingering Guide”
(page A-12).
Melody keyboard
Chord keyboard
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Modifying Auto Accompaniment Patterns
There are six different Auto Accompaniment patterns,
shown below. You can switch between patterns during
accompaniment play and even modify patterns. Use
buttons 7 through bk to select the pattern you want.
7
8
9
bk
Using Recommended Tones
and Tempos (One-Touch
Presets)
One-Touch Preset gives you one-touch access to tone
and tempo settings that go well with the currently
selected Auto Accompaniment rhythm pattern.
1.
Intro *1
Normal
Normal fill-in *2
Variation
Ending *4
On the MENU screen, touch “RHYTHM”.
This displays the RHYTHM screen.
• You can also display the RHYTHM screen by
pressing the ck RHYTHM button.
2.
Touch “One Touch”.
This configures tone, tempo, and other settings to
match the currently selected rhythm pattern.
At this time, Auto Accompaniment play also will go
into synchro standby, which means that Auto
Accompaniment will start to play automatically when
you finger a chord.
Variation fill-in *3
*1 Press at the beginning of a song.
Accompaniment play proceeds with the normal
pattern after the intro pattern is complete. Pressing
the 9 VARIATION/FILL-IN button before the
intro pattern is finished will proceed with the
variation pattern after the intro pattern is complete.
*2 Press while a normal pattern is playing to insert a
fill-in pattern.
*3 Press while a variation pattern is playing to insert a
fill-in variation pattern.
*4 Press at the end of a song.
This will play an ending pattern and then stop Auto
Accompaniment.
English
Using Auto Accompaniment
3.
Play a chord on the keyboard.
This will start Auto Accompaniment play.
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Using Auto Accompaniment
Adding Harmony to Melody
Notes (Auto Harmonize)
7.
Play chords and the melody on the keyboard.
Harmony will be added to your melody notes based on
the chords you play.
Auto Harmonize lets you add harmony to melody
notes you play with your right hand for more melodic
depth. You can select any one of 12 Auto Harmonize
types.
1.
On the screen, touch bp MAIN.
This displays the MAIN screen.
2.
Touch “Auto Harmonize” to turn it on.
Red
3.
4.
5.
6.
Touch bo MENU.
On the MENU screen, touch “RHYTHM”.
Touch “Auto Harmonize Type”.
Touch the Auto Harmonize type you want to
use.
Type Name
Description
Duet 1
Adds close (separated by two to four
degrees) 1-note harmony below the
melody note.
Duet 2
Adds open (separated by more than 4 to 6
degrees) 1-note harmony below the
melody note.
Country
Adds country style harmony.
Octave
Adds the note from the next lower octave.
5th
Adds the fifth degree note.
3-Way Open
Adds 2-note open harmony, for a total of
three notes.
3-Way Close
Adds 2-note close harmony, for a total of
three notes.
Strings
Adds harmony that is optimal for strings.
4-Way Open
Adds 3-note open harmony, for a total of
four notes.
4-Way Close
Adds 3-note close harmony, for a total of
four notes.
Block
Adds block chord notes.
Big Band
Adds big band style harmony.
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Demo Song
bl bm
bs
Playing the Demo Tunes
1.
While holding down the bm ACCOMP ON/
OFF button, press the bl a button.
This will start sequential playback of the demo songs,
starting from song 1.
• You can use the bs w, q buttons to change to
another demo song.
2.
Press the bl a button.
This stops demo song playback.
Playback of the demo songs will continue in an endless
loop until you press the bl a button to stop it.
• Only the operations described above can be
performed while demo song playback is in progress.
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Music Presets
bl bm
Music Presets provide you with one-touch tone,
rhythm, chord, and other settings that are optimized
for specific musical genres and songs.
There is a total of 305 built-in music presets, which are
divided into nine groups.
• For more information, see the “Music Preset List”
(page A-10).
Recalling Preset Data
1.
On the MENU screen, touch “MUSIC
PRESET”.
This displays the MUSIC PRESET screen and turns on
Auto Chord.
Flashing
2.
3.
bs
4.
Press the bl a button to start Auto
Accompaniment with the preset chord
progression. Play the melody on the
keyboard.
• The preset chord progression repeats until you stop it
by pressing the bl a button again.
• Touching “Auto Chord” to turn it off turns off the
preset chord progression, which enables play of the
normal Auto Accompaniment pattern.
• To change the key of a preset chord progression,
touch “Key Shift” and then use the bs w, q
buttons to make the change.
• To turn off Auto Chord, press the bm ACCOMP
button.
• For details about the settings for a recalled preset,
see “Music Preset List” (page A-10).
Touch the preset name.
Touch the group that contains the preset you
want to use and then touch the preset name.
This configures the Digital Piano with the settings
(tone, rhythm, etc.) of the selected preset.
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Registering Tone and Rhythm Setups
bs
Registration memory lets you store Digital Piano
setups (tone, rhythm, etc.) for instant recall whenever
you need them. Registration memory simplifies
performance of complex pieces that require successive
tone and rhythm changes.
You can have up to 96 setups in Registration memory
at one time. To select a setup, use the co BANK button
and REGISTRATION buttons cp through cs.
co
cp
cq
cr
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Bank 1
Setup 1-1
Setup 1-2
Setup 1-3
Setup 1-4
Bank 2
Setup 2-1
Setup 2-2
Setup 2-3
Setup 2-4
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Bank 24
co cp cq cr cs ct
To save registration data
1.
2.
Configure the Digital Piano with the tone,
rhythm, and other settings you want to save.
While holding down the ct STORE button,
perform the operation below.
Use the bs w, q buttons to select the bank where
you want to store the data, and then press a
REGISTRATION button (cp through cs) to specify an
area.
The data will be saved to the bank and area you specify.
cp
cs
cq
cr
cs
ct
Example: Bank 4, Area 1
Setup 24-1 Setup 24-2 Setup 24-3 Setup 24-4
• Press the co BANK button and then use the bs w,
q buttons to change the bank number.
• Pressing a REGISTRATION button (cp through
cs) selects the corresponding area in the currently
selected bank.
• For details about these settings, see “Parameter List”
(page A-14).
Bank
Lit
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Registering Tone and Rhythm Setups
To recall a registration setup
1.
Press the co BANK button to select the bank
that contains the setup you want to recall.
• The currently selected bank and area numbers are
shown on the MAIN screen and button lamps.
2.
Use the REGISTRATION buttons (cp
through cs) to select the area whose setup
you want to recall.
This recalls the registration memory setup and
automatically configure the Digital Piano settings
accordingly.
Example: When recalling the registration data in Bank 4,
Area 1
Lit
• You can use Accomp Freeze to specify
accompaniment settings that should be left
unchanged whenever a registration setup is applied.
For details, see “SYSTEM SETTING Screen” under
“Configuring Digital Piano Settings” (pages EN-41
through EN-48).
■ Saving Setup Registration Data to an
External Device
See “Connecting to a Computer” (page EN-53).
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Recording and Playback
English
345
bs
Your Digital Piano can record what you play on the keyboard and play it back when you want. The Digital Piano
has two recording functions: a MIDI Recorder and an Audio Recorder. Select the function that suits the needs for the
type of recording you want to make.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. takes no responsibility for any damages, lost profits, or claims by third parties
arising from the deletion of recorded data due to malfunction, repair, or for any other reason.
■ Recording Features
MIDI Recorder
Audio Recorder
Keyboard performance information is recorded as MIDI data*
to a system track or 16 tracks (storage areas for keyboard
performance data) in Digital Piano memory.
Keyboard performance information is recorded to a USB flash
drive as audio data.
USB
MIDI
• Keyboard performance information (keyboard keys press/
release, touch pressure, etc.) is recorded as MIDI data.
• The size of MIDI data is much smaller when compared with
audio data, making it easier to edit later on a computer, etc.
• Supported recording capacity: 100 songs approximately
50,000 notes per song (total of all tracks)
• Like a portable music player or tape recorder, notes are
recorded as audio data.
• Audio data files are much larger compared to MIDI data
files. The advantage of audio data files is that they can be
easily played back on a computer, portable music player,
etc.
• Supported recording capacity: Up to 100 files, each file up to
a maximum length of 74 minutes
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Recording and Playback
MIDI Recorder
Audio Recorder
What you can do...
Record to one track while playing back from the other track
System Track
Keyboard play
3
Track 1
·
·
·
While playing
back...
Keyboard play
What you can do...
Record performance while playing back a song recorded
with the MIDI Recorder
MIDI Recorder
+ Keyboard play 3
song playback
Record
• AUDIO IN terminal input is not recorded.
■ Playback Features
MIDI Recorder
Playback plays the system track and tracks 1 through 16.
• With the MIDI Recorder, the Digital Piano automatically
performs playback using its internal sound source in
accordance with the performance information recorded as
MIDI data.
What you can do...
Play on the keyboard along with playback of tracks
System Track 3
While playing back...
Track 1 3
While playing back...
Audio Recorder
You can play back audio data from a USB flash drive.
• The Audio Recorder plays back the waveform of sound
recorded as audio data.
What you can do...
You can play along on the keyboard while the audio data is
playing.
Playback of a song on a
USB flash drive
+
Keyboard play
Keyboard play
* MIDI
MIDI is short for “Musical Instrument Digital Interface”. It is a universal standard that makes it possible for
musical instruments, computers, and other devices to exchange performance information (keyboard key press/
release, touch pressure, etc.) regardless of manufacturer. Performance data in this case is called “MIDI data”.
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Recording and Playback
Perform the steps below to record your keyboard play
to Digital Piano Memory.
1.
3.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
Touch “New Data”.
This enables recording of new data to the system track.
5.
Play something on the keyboard.
Recording starts as soon as you play something.
• You can also start recording by touching “X”.
• You also can configure the piano so Auto
Accompaniment is included in the recorded data.
• The 4 MIDI a button is lit while recording is in
progress.
Configure the tone, rhythm, and other
settings you want to use.
• The settings you configure here will be included as
part of the recorded MIDI data.
• For details about what is included in the recorded
MIDI data, see “System Track” (page EN-32).
2.
4.
6.
English
Recording to Digital Piano
Memory (MIDI Recorder)
After you finish recording, touch “Y”.
This causes the 3 REC MODE button and 4 MIDI
a button lamps to become unlit, and enters the
playback mode.
Unlit: Playback mode
Touch “0”.
This turns on the recorder and enters record mode.
• Each touch of “0” cycles through modes as shown
below
Playback mode
• You can also enter the recording mode by pressing
the 3 REC MODE button and then touching
“MIDI RECORDER”. This method can be used to
enter the recording mode only for making a new
recording.
• Recording memory capacity is approximately 50,000
notes per song. When remaining capacity is 100 or
fewer notes, the 4 MIDI a button lamp will
flash at high speed. Recording will stop
automatically when the allowable limit is reached.
Unlit
• The Digital Piano has memory for 100 songs.
• If power to the Digital Piano is cut off while recording
is in progress, everything you recorded up to that
point will be lost. Take care so power is not turned
off accidentally during recording operations.
Recording mode
Lit
Flashing
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To record to a specific track (Part)
You can record specific instruments, the left hand and
right hand, or other parts of a song individually, and
then combine them into a final song.
■ What is a track?
A “track” is a separate recorded part of a song. The
MIDI Recorder of this Digital Piano has a total of 17
tracks, one of which is a system track as described
below.
z System Track
In addition to notes you play on the keyboard and
other performance operation data, the system track
also includes a wide range of setup information for
the song, including layer on/off, split on/off, tempo,
Auto Accompaniment settings, reverb type, etc.
When you record a single-track song to recorder
memory, as shown under “Recording to Digital
Piano Memory (MIDI Recorder)” (page EN-31)
everything is recorded to the system track.
z Tracks 01 through 16
These tracks can be used to record notes, as well as
pitch bend wheel and pedal operations, and the
keyboard tone setting. These tracks can be combined
with the system track and each other to create the
final song.
■ Supported Track Data
The following describes the data that can be recorded
to each type of track.
System Track, Tracks 01 through 16
Keyboard performance*1, the keyboard tone setting*1,
pedal and pitch bend wheel operation, mixer settings
(except for part on/off)
System Track only
Rhythm, balance setting, effect setting (reverb, chorus,
delay), tempo, Auto Accompaniment performance/
setting, one-touch preset, music preset performance*2,
registration*2, 3
*1 Upper 1 only for Tracks 1 through 16
*2 Recall only
*3 The Auto Accompaniment volume level and
transpose setting of the recalled data is not included
in the recording.
1.
Record the first part to the system track.
• Use the procedure under “Recording to Digital Piano
Memory (MIDI Recorder)” (page EN-31) to record to
the system track.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Next, select the tone of the part you want to
play and record.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
Touch “0” to enter the recording mode.
Touch the track name.
Touch the track (Solo Track 1 through Solo
Track 16) you want to record.
Start playing something on the keyboard.
This starts recording along with playback of what you
recorded to the system track, so you can play along
with system track.
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After you are finished playing, touch “Y”.
This enters the playback mode. Touch “X“ to play back
what you recorded up to this point. To stop playback,
touch “Y”.
• You can use the following procedure to turn specific
tracks on (play enabled) and off (play disabled). This
allows you to listen only to the track(s) you want
when recording a new track.
4.
This will start playback of the selected track.
5.
Repeat steps 2 through 8 above as required
to record all of the parts you need to complete
your song.
6.
• You can re-record the currently selected track
without changing any settings. Simply touch “Rec
Type” on the screen that is displayed in the
recording mode, and then select “Re-Recording”.
To re-record part of a recorder song
(Punch-in Recording)
When playback reaches the point you want to
re-record, play the desired note(s) on the
keyboard.
This starts punch-in recording, so continue to play.
• Performing a pedal or pitch bend wheel operation
also will start punch-in recording.
• Besides keyboard play, you can also start punch-in
recording by performing the operation below.
Touch “Punch In”*1, change the tone, change the
rhythm*2, change the tempo*2.
*1 Used when you want to start punch-in recording
without modifying play or settings.
*2 System track only
• During punch-in playback, you can touch “s” to
skip back or “d” to skip forward. This lets you
jump more quickly to the location you want to
record. You can also pause playback by touching
“k”.
(1) Touch “Monitor”.
This displays the MIDI Recorder playback
properties screen.
(2) You can select “Mute” or “Solo” for each of the
tracks.
Mute: Track is not played.
Solo: Selected track is played alone.
You can mute specific recorded tracks so they do not
play as you record a new track.
9.
Touch “X”.
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8.
After you are finished punch-in recording,
touch “Y”.
Anything in the track following the point where you
touched “Y” will be retained as-is.
• If you want to cancel punch-in recording part way
through and retain the original track data, touch
“Cancel Punch”.
You can use punch-in recording to re-record a specific
part of recorder song that you want to improve or
correct.
Mistake
Playback
Use punch-in
recording to re-record
only this part.
1.
Enter the MIDI recorder recording mode and
then select the track where you want to
perform punch-in recording.
• For information about how to select a track, see steps
4 and 5 under “To record to a specific track (Part)”
(page EN-32).
2.
3.
Touch “Rec Type”.
Touch “Punch In Sync”.
• If you want to delete all of the data in the track
following the section you recorded with punch-in
recording, touch “Punch Out Erase”.
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To re-record a specific range
(Auto Punch-in Recording)
You can use the following procedure to specify a
particular range for punch-in recording.
Start measure
End measure
■ To re-record an area smaller than one
measure
Use the procedure below to specify a punch-in
recording area that includes a part of a measure.
Example: To re-record from beat 3 of measure 2 up to beat
1 of measure 4
Punch-in recording range
1.
2.
To re-record this section
Enter the MIDI recorder recording mode and
then select the song that contains the section
you want to re-record.
1.
Use “s” and “d” to display the first
measure of the section you want to record
and then touch “Set A”.
2.
Use the MIDI Recorder to start playback of
the song that contains the section you want to
re-record.
When playback reaches the point where you
want to start punch-in recording, touch “Set
A”.
• After touching “Measure”, “Beat”, or “Tick” for Point
A, you can then use the bs w, q buttons to make
fine adjustments to the start point.
3.
4.
5.
Use “s” and “d” to display the last
measure and then touch “Set B”.
Touch “YW” to return to the beginning of the
song, or use “s” and “d” to adjust the
position to start playback.
3.
Touch “0”.
• After touching “Measure”, “Beat”, or “Tick” for Point
B, you can then use the bs w, q buttons to make
fine adjustments to the end point.
This enters record standby.
6.
7.
8.
When playback reaches the point where you
want to end punch-in recording, touch “Set
B”.
Touch “Rec Type”.
Touch “Punch In A-B”.
Touch “X”.
• Punch in recording will start from the start measure
and stop with the end measure automatically.
4.
Touch “Y” to stop play back.
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6.
Touch “YW” to return to the beginning of the
song, or use “s” and “d” to adjust the
position to start playback.
Touch “0” to enter the recording mode and
select the track where you want to perform
punch-in recording.
• For information about how to select a track, see steps
4 and 5 under “To record to a specific track (Part)”
(page EN-32).
7.
8.
9.
Touch “Rec Type”.
Touch “Punch In A-B”.
To play MIDI data
You can use the procedure below to perform auto play
of MIDI data (MIDI recording data or SMF files) stored
in Digital Piano memory or on a USB flash drive, and
practice along on the keyboard.
• For information about loading a USB flash drive on
the Digital Piano and importing MIDI data to Digital
Piano memory, see “Loading Data from a USB Flash
Drive to Digital Piano Memory” (page EN-51).
Touch “X”.
This starts playback.
• You can also start playback by pressing the 4 MIDI
a button.
• The operations below are supported while MIDI data
is playing back, during playback standby, or while
playback is paused.
This icon:
Does this:
YW
Returns to the beginning of a song.
s
Rewinds. A single touch rewinds one
measure, holding down performs
continuous rewind.
d
Fast forwards. A single touch fast
forwards one measure, holding down
performs continuous fast forward.
k
Pauses or resumes the currently playing
MIDI data.
The icon flashes while playback is
paused.
a
Starts playback MIDI data or stops
playback.
0
Toggles between the recording mode and
playback mode.
Performs repeat play.
Touch “X”.
• Punch-in recording automatically starts when
playback reaches the start point and ends when it
reaches the end point you specified in step 3.
1.
5.
English
5.
6.
To stop playback, touch “Y”.
• You can also stop playback by pressing the 4 MIDI
a button.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
This displays a MIDI RECORDER screen.
2.
3.
4.
Touch the file name.
Touch the “User” tab to play back MIDI data
stored in Digital Piano memory or the “Media”
tab to play back from a USB flash drive.
Touch the MIDI data you want to play.
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To adjust the Balance between Playback
and Keyboard Volume (MIDI Volume)
3.
When play reaches the end of the section you
want to repeat, touch “Set B”.
This makes the measure where you touched “Set B” the
“end measure”.
• You can also make fine adjustments to the end point.
After touching “Measure”, “Beat”, or “Tick” for Point
B, you can then use the bs w, q buttons to adjust.
You can change the volume level of the MIDI data auto
play only, without affecting the volume of the
keyboard. For details, see “BALANCE Screen” under
“Configuring Digital Piano Settings” (pages EN-41
through EN-48).
To repeat playback of a specific section
(Repeat)
You can configure the piano to repeat the section of a
song you want to practice. You could, for example,
specify repeat play from measure 5 to measure 8.
Beginning
End
4.
Repeated measures
1.
This starts repeat playback of the specified section.
Touch “X”.
This starts auto play.
2.
Touch “A-B Repeat” to enable repeat
playback.
When play reaches the beginning of the
section you want to repeat, touch “Set A”.
This makes the measure where you touched “Set A” the
“start measure”.
• You can also make fine adjustments to the start point.
After touching “Measure”, “Beat”, or “Tick” for Point
A, you can then use the bs w, q buttons to adjust.
5.
To disable repeat playback, touch “A-B
Repeat” again, which will return to normal
playback.
• To clear the start measure and end measure settings,
touch “Reset A-B”.
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To rename recorded MIDI data
To delete recorded data
1.
1.
8.
Touch the data name.
Touch “User Data Edit”.
Touch “Rename”.
Touch the data you want to rename.
Input the new name.
After you are finished inputting the name,
touch “Enter”.
Touch “Yes”.
• To cancel the rename operation, touch “No”.
To copy recorded MIDI data
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
Touch the data name.
Touch “User Data Edit”.
Touch “Copy”.
Touch the data you want to copy.
Touch “Execute”.
Touch “Yes”.
• To cancel the copy operation, touch “No”.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
English
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
Touch the data name.
Touch “User Data Edit”.
Touch “Delete”.
Touch the data you want to delete.
Touch “Execute”.
Touch “Yes”.
This deletes the MIDI data you selected.
• To cancel the delete operation, touch “No”.
To rename a track
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
Touch “Monitor”.
Touch “Edit”.
Touch “Rename”.
Touch the track you want to rename.
Input the new name.
After you are finished inputting the name,
touch “Execute”.
Touch “Yes”.
• To cancel the rename operation, touch “No”.
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To copy one track to another
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
Touch “Monitor”.
Touch “Edit”.
Touch “Copy”.
In the “Source” list, touch the track you want
to copy.
In the “Destination” list, touch the destination
track.
Touch “Execute”.
Touch “Yes”.
• To cancel the copy operation, touch “No”.
To clear a track
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Recording to a USB Flash
Drive (Audio Recorder)
Anything played on the Digital Piano is recorded to the
USB flash drive as audio data (WAV files*). If you play
along on the Digital Piano as you play back data stored
in Digital Piano memory, the memory playback and
your keyboard play are both recorded to USB flash
drive.
* Linear PCM, 16bit, 44.1 kHz, Stereo
• Each new recording of audio data to a USB flash
drive is automatically assigned a new file name, so
existing data is not overwritten.
• Never remove the USB flash drive while Audio
Recorder recording or playback is in progress. Doing
so can corrupt the data on the USB flash drive and
damage the USB flash drive port.
To record keyboard play to a USB flash
drive
PREPARATION
On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI
RECORDER”.
• Be sure to format the USB flash drive on the Digital
Piano before using it. See “USB Flash Drive” on page
EN-49 for more information.
Touch “Monitor”.
1.
Touch “Edit”.
Insert the USB flash drive into the Digital
Piano’s USB flash drive port.
• When you perform a USB flash drive operation or
turn on the Digital Piano while a USB flash drive is
plugged in, the Digital Piano initially needs to
perform a “mounting” sequence to prepare for data
exchange with the USB flash drive. Digital Piano
operations may be momentarily disabled while a
mounting sequence is being performed. While the
mounting process is in progress, the message “Media
Mounting” will be displayed on the display. It may
take up to 10 or 20 seconds or even longer for a USB
flash drive to be mounted. Do not attempt to perform
any operation on the Digital Piano while a mounting
sequence is in progress. A USB flash drive needs to be
mounted each time it is connected to the Digital
Piano.
Touch “Clear”.
Touch the track you want to clear.
Touch “Execute”.
Touch “Yes”.
• To cancel the delete operation, touch “No”.
2.
On the MENU screen, touch “AUDIO
RECORDER”.
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Touch “0”.
This turns on the recorder and enters recording mode.
• Each touch of “0“ cycles through modes as shown
below.
Playback mode
• You can also enter the recording mode by pressing
the 3 REC MODE button and then touching
“AUDIO RECORDER”.
To record keyboard play with playback
from Digital Piano memory
1.
2.
English
3.
On the MENU screen, touch “AUDIO
RECORDER”.
Touch “0” to enter the recording mode.
Unlit
Recording mode
Lit
3.
4.
Flashing
Touch “X”.
Press the 4 MIDI a button.
• This starts playback of the Digital Piano’s memory
contents. Play along on the keyboard.
Lit
4.
Flashing
5.
To stop recording, touch “Y”.
Start playing something on the keyboard.
This will cause recording to the USB flash drive to start.
• You can also start recording by touching “X”.
• The 5 AUDIO a button is lit while recording is
in progress.
• Do not remove the USB flash drive from the USB
flash drive port while the 5 AUDIO a button
lamp is lit or flashing. Doing so will interrupt
recording and may corrupt data.
5.
To stop recording, touch “Y”.
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To play along with data recorded on a
USB flash drive
1.
On the MENU screen, touch “AUDIO
RECORDER”.
• The above step is not necessary if you are playing
back recorded data immediately after recording it
(while the AUDIO RECORDER screen is displayed).
2.
Touch the file name.
This displays the audio file selection screen.
3.
4.
Touch the song you want to play.
Touch “X”.
To delete an audio file from a USB flash
drive
Files can be deleted one at time.
• The procedure below deletes all of the data of the
selected song. Note that the delete operation cannot
be undone. Check to make sure you really do not
need the data in Digital Piano memory before you
perform the following steps.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the MENU screen, touch “AUDIO
RECORDER”.
Touch the file name.
Touch “Delete”.
Touch the data you want to delete.
Touch “Execute”.
Touch “Yes”.
This deletes the audio data you selected.
• To cancel the delete operation, touch “No”.
This starts playback of the selected song.
• You can also start playback by pressing the 5
AUDIO a button.
• The 5 AUDIO a button is flashing while
playback is in progress.
• The operations below are supported while audio data
is playing back, during playback standby, or while
playback is paused.
Note that rewind (s) and fast forward (d)
operations are supported only during playback.
This icon:
Does this:
PREV
Plays the previous audio data.
NEXT
Plays the next audio data.
YW
Returns to the beginning of a song.
s
Rewinds. A single touch rewinds one
second, holding down performs
continuous rewind.
d
Fast forwards. A single touch fast
forwards one second, holding down
performs continuous fast forward.
k
Pauses or resumes the currently playing
audio data.
The icon flashes while playback is
paused.
a
Starts playback from the beginning of
audio data or stops playback.
0
Toggles between the recording mode and
playback mode.
5.
To stop the song, touch “Y”.
• You can also stop playback by pressing the 5
AUDIO a button.
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bt
English
br
bs
On the MENU screen, you can change the selected tone
and rhythm, and also change the keyboard key and
touch settings, pedal and MIDI settings, and more. This
means you can tailor Digital Piano operation to suit
your particular needs.
Configuring Digital Piano
Settings
1.
2.
3.
On the MENU screen, touch the menu for the
settings you want to configure.
Touch the item whose setting you want to
change.
Use the br Dial or the bs w, q buttons to
change the setting.
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■ TONE Screen
Use this screen to configure tone and other keyboard settings.
• You can also display the TONE screen by pressing the bt TONE button.
Item
Description
Setting
Upper 1, Upper 2,
Lower 1, Lower 2
Turns each part on or off, and specifies its tone.
Off, On
Octave
Change the range of each part in octave units.
–2 to 0 to 2
Auto Harmonize
See page EN-24.
Off, On
Duet
See page EN-16.
Off, On
Split
See page EN-15.
Off, On
■ RHYTHM Screen
Use this screen to configure Auto Accompaniment settings. See “Using Auto Accompaniment” (page EN-20) for
more information.
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■ BALANCE Screen
English
Use this screen to adjust volume settings for the keyboard, Auto Accompaniment, etc.
Item
Upper 1 Volume
Description
See page EN-17.
Setting
0 to 127
Upper 2 Volume
See page EN-17.
0 to 127
Lower 1 Volume
See page EN-17.
0 to 127
Lower 2 Volume
See page EN-17.
0 to 127
Keyboard Volume
Adjusts the volume levels of all parts that are controlled by the keyboard.
0 to 127
Accomp Volume
Adjusts the volume level of the Auto Accompaniment without changing the
keyboard tone volume level.
0 to 127
MIDI Volume
Adjusts the volume level of the MIDI data without changing the keyboard
tone volume level.
0 to 127
Audio Volume
Adjusts the volume level of audio data stored on a USB flash drive.
0 to 127
Metronome Volume
See page EN-18.
0 to 127
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■ EFFECT Screen
Use this screen to apply variety of acoustic effects to notes.
Item
Description
Setting
Brilliance
Controls the brilliance of the tone. –3 to 0 to +3
Reverb Type
Specifies the type of reverb to be
applied.
Room1, Room2, Room3, Hall1, Hall2, Hall3, Plate1, Plate2,
Plate3, Delay, Pan Delay, Large Room1, Large Room2,
Stadium1, Stadium2, Long Delay1, Long Delay2
Chorus Type
Specifies the type of chorus to be
applied.
Chorus1, Chorus2, Chorus3, Chorus4, FB Chorus, Flanger1,
Flanger2, Flanger3, Flanger4, Short Delay1, Short Delay2,
Short Delay3, Short Delay4, Soft Chorus, Bright Chorus,
Deep Chorus
Delay Type
Selects the delay type.
Short 1, Short 2, Echo, Short Tempo, Mid Tempo, Long Tempo
■ MIDI RECORDER Screen
Use this screen to record a performance to Digital Piano memory and to play back recordings. For more
information, see “Recording to Digital Piano Memory (MIDI Recorder)” (page EN-31).
■ AUDIO RECORDER Screen
Use this screen to record a performance on a commercially available USB flash drive, and to play back recorded
audio data on the Digital Piano. For more information, see “Recording to a USB Flash Drive (Audio Recorder)”
(page EN-38).
■ MUSIC PRESET Screen
Music presets provide you with one-touch tone, rhythm, chord, and other settings that are optimized for specific
musical genres and songs. For more information, see “Music Presets” (page EN-26).
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■ SYSTEM SETTING Screen
English
Use this screen to configure global Digital Piano settings.
Item
Description
Setting
Speaker
Specifies whether sound should be output from the Digital Piano
speakers (On) or muted (Off).
Off, On
External Speaker
Specifies whether or not the timbre of output should be changed to
optimize for output from the speakers that are built into the stand
that comes with the Digital Piano. Selecting the wrong setting can
disable output from the stand’s built-in speakers or result in
abnormal Digital Piano output.
On: Changes timbre of output to optimize for output from the
stand’s speakers.
Off: Use this setting when not the stand’s built-in speakers.
Off, On
Touch Response
Adjusts keyboard touch
Off: Disabled
Light: Strong sound even
with light pressure
Normal: Normal key
touch
Heavy: Normal sound
even with strong pressure
Touch Off Velocity
Specifies the velocity value when the Touch Response setting is Off. 0 to 127
Metronome Beat
Specifies the number of metronome beats per measure.
0 to 9
Accomp Freeze
You can use Accomp Freeze to specify accompaniment settings that
should be left unchanged whenever a registration setup is applied.
For details, see “Parameter List” (page A-14).
Off, On
Tuning
Raises or lowers the overall pitch of the Digital Piano from the
standard pitch of A4 = 440 Hz in 0.1Hz units.
415.5Hz to 440.0Hz to
465.9Hz
Temperament
Changes the temperament of the keyboard and Auto
Accompaniment from the standard equal temperament to another
tuning more suitable for playing classics, Arabian music, etc.
Equal, Pure Major,
Pure Minor, Pythagorean,
Kirnberger 3,
Werckmeister,
Mean-Tone, Rast, Bayati,
Hijaz, Saba, Dashti,
Chahargah, Segah,
Gurjari Todi,
Chandrakauns,
Charukeshi
Temperament Base Note
Pressing a keyboard key makes the pressed key the root of the
temperament.
C to B (12 types)
Acmp Temperament
Turn this setting off to play Auto Accompaniment using standard
equal temperament, regardless of the current scale setting selected
with the Temperament Base Note parameter above.
Off, On
Stretch Tuning
Sharpens high notes and flattens low notes to achieve stretch tuning. Off, On
This type of tuning is called “stretch tuning”.
Turn off this setting to play with normal (non-stretch) tuning.
Brightness
Use this item to adjust display brightness.
1 to 13
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Item
Description
Setting
Operation Lock
When this setting is turned on, the Digital Piano’s buttons (except
for the 1 P button and buttons required for unlock) are locked, so
no operation can be performed. Turn on operation lock when you
want to protect against unintentional button and control panel
operations.
Off, On
Auto Resume
When “On” is selected for this setting, the Digital Piano will
remember its settings whenever it is turned off, and restore them
when it is turned on again.
When “Off” is selected, settings are reset to their initial defaults
whenever the Digital Piano is turned on.
Off, On
Auto Power Off
Specifies if Auto Power Off (page EN-7) is enabled (On) or disabled
(Off).
Off, On
Factory Reset
Use this screen to return the piano’s stored data and settings to their
initial factory defaults.
–
■ CONTROLLER Screen
Use this to configure pedal and pitch bend wheel settings.
Item
Description
Setting
Upper1 Pedal
Turn on to apply the pedal effect to the main tone when the pedal is
depressed.
Off, On
Upper2 Pedal
Turn on to apply the pedal effect to the layered tone when the pedal is
depressed.
Off, On
Lower1 Pedal
Turn on to apply the pedal effect to the split (main) tone when the pedal is
depressed.
Off, On
Lower2 Pedal
Turn on to apply the pedal effect to the split (layered) tone when the pedal is
depressed.
Off, On
Bend Range
Specifies (in semitone units) how much the pitch of the keyboard
performance parts (Port A parts 1 through 5) changes when the pitch bend
wheel is rotated all the way upwards or downwards.
00 to 24
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Configuring Digital Piano Settings
■ MIXER Screen
English
Use this screen to change the tone of each part, and to adjust its volume and reverb.
Level meter
Item
Part
Meaning
Setting
A part that is turned on is sounded. Turn off parts you do not want to sound. Off, On
Tone
Changes the tone.
550
Volume
Adjusts the volume. The volume level of each part is shown by an on-screen
level meter.
0 to 127
Pan
Specifies the stereo pan position of the sound output by the Digital Piano. 0 –64 to 0 to +63
indicates the center, while a smaller values shifts to the left and a larger value
shifts to the right.
Coarse Tune
Specifies, in semitone steps, the pitch of the notes of each part.
–24 to 0 to +24
Fine Tune
Specifies, in cent steps, the pitch of the notes of each part.
–99 to 0 to +99
Bend Range
Adjusts, in semitone steps, the bend range of each part.
0 to 24
Reverb Send
Specifies how much reverb is applied to each part.
No reverb is applied at all when this setting is 0, while maximum reverb is
applied when it is 127.
0 to 127
Chorus Send
Specifies how much chorus is applied to each part.
No chorus is applied at all when this setting is 0, while maximum chorus is
applied when it is 127.
0 to 127
Delay Send
Specifies how much delay is applied to each part.
No delay is applied at all when this setting is 0, while maximum delay is
applied when it is 127.
0 to 127
Port
Specifies the port. For information about MIDI channels assigned to each
port, see “Part and MIDI Channel Assignments” (page A-17).
Port A, Port B,
Port C
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Configuring Digital Piano Settings
■ MIDI Screen
Use this screen to configure MIDI settings.
For information about MIDI channels assigned to each port, see “Part and MIDI Channel Assignments” (page A-17).
Item
Description
Setting
Keyboard Channel
Selects the channel for sending keyboard play MIDI data to an external
device (keyboard channel).
01 to 16
Accomp Out
Turn on this setting to send MIDI data corresponding to Auto
Accompaniment to an external device.
Off, On
Chord Judge
Select whether chord input should be performed when a MIDI note on
message to the Auto Accompaniment chord keyboard is received.
Off, On
Hi-Res Vel Out
Turns high-resolution velocity MIDI out on or off.
Off, On
Local Control
Selecting “Off” for Local Control cuts off the Digital Piano’s sound source, so
no sound is produced by the Digital Piano when keys are pressed.
Off, On
MIDI In Port
Select the port to be used for input from the MIDI In.
A, B, C
■ MEDIA Screen
Use this screen to save data to a USB flash drive inserted in the Digital Piano and to import data from a USB flash
drive to Digital Piano memory. For more information, see “USB Flash Drive” (page EN-49).
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Your Digital Piano supports the following USB flash
drive operations.
z USB flash drive formatting
z Data storage to a USB flash drive
• Song data recorded with the Digital Piano’s MIDI
recorder is stored on a USB flash drive as-is or
stored as a MIDI file (SMF format 0).
• Standard audio data from a computer (WAV files)
can also be stored on a USB flash drive and
played back on the Digital Piano.
• Digital Piano play can be recorded directly to a
USB flash drive.
For details, see “Recording to a USB Flash Drive
(Audio Recorder)” (page EN-38).
z USB flash drive data loading to Digital Piano
memory
• MIDI files and CASIO format files stored on a
USB flash drive can be loaded into the Digital
Piano memory (page EN-35).
z Delete data from a USB flash drive
z Easy play back of song data from a USB flash drive
■ Types of Data
Supported
Operations
Data Type
User MIDI
data (pages
EN-35,
EN-29)
Description
(File Name Extension)
Save to
USB
Flash
Drive
Load
from USB
Flash
Drive
USB Flash Drive and USB Flash Drive Port
Handling Precautions
• Be sure to observe the precautions provided in the
documentation that comes with the USB flash drive.
• Avoid using a USB flash drive under the following
conditions. Such conditions can corrupt data stored
on the USB flash drive.
• Areas subjected to high temperature, high
humidity, or corrosive gas
• Areas subjected to strong electrostatic charge and
digital noise
• Never remove the USB flash drive while data is
being written to or loaded from it. Doing so can
corrupt the data on the USB flash drive and damage
the USB flash drive port.
• Never insert anything besides a USB flash drive into
the USB flash drive port. Doing so creates the risk of
malfunction.
• A USB flash drive can become warm after very long
use. This is normal and does not indicate
malfunction.
• Static electricity conducted to the USB flash drive
port from your hand or from a USB flash drive can
cause malfunction of the Digital Piano. If this
happens, turn the Digital Piano off and then back on
again.
English
USB Flash Drive
Copyrights
One of the following
two types of music data
1. Standard MIDI files
(MID)
SMF Format 0 or
Format 1
2. MIDI data recorded
on this Digital Piano
(ZMF)
O
O
Registration Tone and rhythm setup
(page EN-27) settings (ZRM)
O
O
You are allowed to use recordings for your own
personal use. Any reproduction of an audio or music
format file, without the permission of its copyright
holder, is strictly prohibited under copyright laws
and international treaties. Also, making such files
available on the Internet or distributing them to third
parties, regardless of whether such activities are
conducted with or without compensation, is strictly
prohibited under copyright laws and international
treaties. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be
held in any way liable for any use of this Digital
Piano that is illegal under copyright laws.
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USB Flash Drive
Connecting a USB Flash Drive
to and Detaching It from the
Digital Piano
• Never plug any other device besides a USB flash
drive into the USB flash drive port.
• When you perform a USB flash drive operation or
turn on the Digital Piano while a USB flash drive is
plugged in, the Digital Piano initially needs to
perform a “mounting” sequence to prepare for data
exchange with the USB flash drive. Digital Piano
operations may be momentarily disabled while a
mounting sequence is being performed. While the
mounting process is in progress, the message
“Media Mounting” will be displayed. It may take up to
10 or 20 seconds or even longer for a USB flash
drive to be mounted. Do not attempt to perform any
operation on the Digital Piano while a mounting
sequence is in progress. A USB flash drive needs to
be mounted each time it is connected to the Digital
Piano.
■ To insert a USB flash drive
1.
As shown in the illustration below, insert the
USB flash drive into the Digital Piano’s USB
flash drive port.
Formatting a USB Flash Drive
• Be sure to format a USB flash drive on the Digital
Piano before using it for the first time.
• Before formatting a USB flash drive, make sure it
does not have any valuable data stored on it.
• The format operation performed by this Digital Piano
is a “quick format”. If you want to completely delete
all of the data in USB flash drive, format it on your
computer or some other device.
Supported USB Flash Drives
This Digital Piano supports USB flash drives formatted
to FAT32. If your USB flash drive is formatted to a
different file system, use the Windows format function
to reformat it to FAT32. Do not use quick format.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
Check to confirm that there is no data
exchange operation being performed, and
then pull the USB flash drive straight out.
Touch “FORMAT”.
Touch “Yes”.
• The message “Please Wait” remains on the display
while the operation is being performed. Do not
perform any operation while this message is on the
display. “Complete” appears on the display after
formatting is complete.
• To cancel the format operation, touch “No”.
USB flash drive port
■ To remove a USB flash drive
On the MENU screen, touch “MEDIA”.
This displays a confirmation message (“Sure?”).
• Carefully push the USB flash drive in as far as it will
go. Do not use undue force when inserting the USB
flash drive.
USB flash drive
Insert the USB flash drive to be formatted into
the Digital Piano’s USB flash drive port.
Saving Standard Song Data to
a USB Flash Drive
Even when the file format is WAV (general audio data)
or SMF (standard MIDI file), the procedure below can
be used to save data to USB flash drive and play it back
on the Digital Piano.
1.
2.
Connect the USB flash drive to your
computer.
Move the song data file you want to play back
to the MUSICDAT folder on the USB flash
drive.
• For information about playback see “To play along
with data recorded on a USB flash drive” (page
EN-40).
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Saving Digital Piano Data to a
USB Flash Drive
Digital Piano memory data (MIDI recorder songs) can
be saved to a USB flash drive.
• MIDI Recorder songs can be converted to standard
MIDI (SMF) files and stored on the USB flash drive.
• During recording of an Audio Recorder song, the
data is stored directly to the USB flash drive, so the
operation below is not required.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
You can use the procedure below to load data from a
USB flash drive into Digital Piano memory.
• Place the data (file) you want to load into the
MUSICDAT folder on the USB flash drive.
Insert the USB flash drive into the Digital
Piano’s USB flash drive port.
1.
On the MENU screen, touch “MEDIA”.
2.
3.
4.
Touch “Save”.
Touch the data type you want to save.
Touch the data you want to save.
Rename the file as required.
After renaming the file, touch “Enter”.
This displays a confirmation message (“Sure?”). If there
already a file with the same name on the USB flash
drive, a confirmation message (“Replace?”) will appear
asking if you want to overwrite it with the new data.
8.
Loading Data from a USB
Flash Drive to Digital Piano
Memory
Touch “Yes”.
• The message “Please Wait” remains on the display
while the operation is being performed. Do not
perform any operation while this message is on the
display. “Complete” appears on the display after
data save is complete.
• To cancel the save operation, touch “No”.
English
USB Flash Drive
5.
6.
Insert the USB flash drive into the Digital
Piano’s USB flash drive port.
On the MENU screen, touch “MEDIA”.
Touch “Load”.
Touch the data type of the data you want to
import.
On the “USB” list, touch the data you want to
import.
On the “User Area” list, touch the import
destination you want.
• If you are importing MIDI data, you will not be able
to specify an import destination.
7.
Touch “Execute”.
This displays an import confirmation message
(“Sure?”). If there is already data in the import
destination in Digital Piano memory, a message
(“Replace?”) will appear asking if you want to replace it
with the new data.
8.
Touch “Yes”.
• The message “Please Wait” remains on the display
while the operation is being performed. Do not
perform any operation while this message is on the
display. “Complete” appears on the display after
data import is complete.
• To cancel the import operation, touch “No”.
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USB Flash Drive
Deleting Data from a USB
Flash Drive
Use the following procedure to delete USB flash drive
data (files).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Insert the USB flash drive into the Digital
Piano’s USB flash drive port.
On the MENU screen, touch “MEDIA”.
Touch “Delete”.
Touch the data type of the data you want to
delete.
Touch the data you want to delete.
Touch “Execute”.
This displays a delete confirmation message (“Sure?”).
7.
Touch “Yes”.
• The message “Please Wait” remains on the display
while the operation is being performed. Do not
perform any operation while this message is on the
display. “Complete” appears on the display after
data delete is complete.
• To cancel the delete operation, touch “No”.
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You can connect the Digital Piano to a computer and
exchange MIDI data between them. You can send play
data from the Digital Piano to commercially available
music software running on your computer, or you can
send MIDI data from your computer to the Digital
Piano for playback.
Minimum Computer System
Requirements
The following shows the minimum computer system
requirements for sending and receiving MIDI data.
Check to make sure that your computer complies with
these requirements before connecting the Digital Piano
to it.
z Operating System
Windows Vista® *1
Windows® 7 *2
Windows® 8 *3
Windows® 8.1 *4
Mac OS® X (10.3.9, 10.4.11, 10.5.X, 10.6.X, 10.7.X, 10.8.X,
10.9.X)
*1: Windows Vista (32-bit)
*2: Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit)
*3: Windows 8 (32-bit, 64-bit)
*4: Windows 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit)
To connect the Digital Piano to your
computer
• Make sure you follow the steps of the procedure
below exactly. Connecting incorrectly can make data
send and receive impossible.
1.
• For the latest news about supported operating
systems, visit the website at the URL below.
http://world.casio.com/
Turn off the Digital Piano and then start up
your computer.
• Do not start up the music software on your computer
yet!
2.
After starting up your computer, use a
commercially available USB cable to connect
it to the Digital Piano.
B connector
USB cable
(A-B type)
A connector
Digital Piano USB port
Computer USB port
3.
Turn on the Digital Piano.
• If this is the first time you are connecting the Digital
Piano to your computer, the driver software required
to send and receive data will be installed on your
computer automatically.
z USB port
• Never connect to a computer that does not conform
to the above requirements. Doing so can cause
problems with your computer.
English
Connecting to a Computer
4.
5.
Start up commercially available music
software on your computer.
Configure the music software settings to
select “CASIO USB-MIDI” as the MIDI device.
• For information about how to select the MIDI device,
see the user documentation that comes with the
music software you are using.
• Be sure to turn on the Digital Piano first before
starting up your computer’s music software.
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Connecting to a Computer
• Once you are able to connect successfully, there is no
problem with leaving the USB cable connected when
you turn off your computer and/or Digital Piano.
• This Digital Piano conforms to General MIDI Level 1
(GM).
• For detailed specifications and connections that
apply to MIDI data send and receive by this Digital
Piano, see the latest support information provided
by the website at the following URL.
http://world.casio.com/
Using MIDI
What is MIDI?
The letters MIDI stand for Musical Instrument Digital
Interface, which is the name of a worldwide standard
for digital signals and connectors that makes it possible
to exchange musical data between musical instruments
and computers (machines) produced by different
manufacturers.
For details about the MIDI specifications of this Digital
Piano, see the “MIDI Implementation” document at the
website located at the URL below.
http://world.casio.com/
• You can alter the Digital Piano’s MIDI setup by
changing the MIDI data send channel or other
settings. For details, see “MIDI Screen” (page
EN-48).
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Assembling the Stand
Before assembling the stand, first take a few moments
to check that all of the items shown below are present.
• This stand does not include any of the tools required
for assembly. It is up to you to prepare a large
Philips head (+) screwdriver for assembly.
A
*CAUTION
• Assembly of the stand should be performed by at
least two people working together. The Digital Piano
unit is particularly heavy. When moving it, get at
least one other person to help you and handle with
care.
English
Getting Ready
B
C
D
Part
Qty
E
4
F
2
G
6
H
2
I
2
J
2
• Before starting assembly of the stand, divide the
polystyrene foam packing material into four parts.
• This stand should be assembled on a flat surface.
• Take care that you do not pinch your fingers
between parts when assembling them.
• Be sure to insert felt or other material between the
rubber feet and flooring. Do not allow direct contact
between them. Some types of flooring material may
become discolored or damaged by direct contact
with the rubber feet.
1.
Turn over and place the piano onto a blanket,
pillow, or other soft object, insert the support
piece D into the groove along the bottom ,
and secure it in place with two F screws.
F
• Do not use any screws other than those that come
with the stand. Doing so risks damage to the stand
and/or Digital Piano.
• You can find the screws in a plastic bag inside of the
packing material.
• If anything is missing or damaged, contact your local
CASIO service provider.
D
F
D
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Getting Ready
2.
Use the four pieces of polystyrene foam to
secure side panels A and B in place.
B
5.
Place the piano onto the stand.
• In order to ensure you do not get your fingers
pinched between the piano and the stand, grasp the
piano on its sides (not its ends) at the locations
marked with stars () in the illustration.
A
Foam
At least 10cm
Foam
At least 10cm
• If you do not have any packing material available,
use a magazine or some other thick item.
3.
Attach side panels A and B to speaker box
C. Secure the side panels using four screws
E.
6.
B
E
C
First, use the two butterfly screws H to
secure the back of the piano to the stand.
Next, use the two screws I to secure the
front of the piano.
A
FRONT
E
4.
After ensuring that all of the screws are fully
tightened, remove the packing material and
stand up the stand.
I
H
• Cover the screw heads with the caps G.
G
G
• To prevent the chance of the piano unit falling, be
sure to securely tighten the butterfly screws H and
screws I.
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Getting Ready
Connect the cable to the speaker jack and
secure the cable with the clips J.
Using the Anti-tipping
Brackets
Use the anti-tipping brackets to protect the stand from
tipping over when it is in a location that is not against a
wall, etc.
1.
Remove the bracket screws from the inside
surfaces of the side panels (two screws each
panel, four total) and then shift the position of
the brackets as shown in the figure.
Inside surface of
side panel
J
• If you are using the Digital Piano in a stand-alone
configuration (not mounted on its stand), be sure to
change the “External Speaker” SYSTEM SETTING
to Off. For details, see “SYSTEM SETTING Screen”
under “Configuring Digital Piano Settings” (pages
EN-41 through EN-48).
8.
English
7.
Screws
2.
Replace the screws you removed in step 1
above and secure the brackets in place.
Plug the power cord of the AC adaptor that
comes with the Digital Piano into a household
power outlet as shown in the illustration
below.
Inside surface of
side panel
Household power outlet
AC adaptor
Screws
Power cord
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Getting Ready
Removing the Protective Tape
from the Keyboard
Protective tape is affixed to the front edges of the
keyboard keys to protect them during shipment.
Remove the protective tape before using the Digital
Piano.
Installing the Music Stand
Insert the bottom of the music stand into the groove on
the top of the Digital Piano’s console.
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Error Messages
One of the error messages below appears on the display when a problem occurs.
• To clear an error message and return to the normal display, touch bq EXIT on the display.
Display Message
Cause
No Media
1. The USB flash drive is not connected to the
Digital Piano’s USB flash drive port.
2. The USB flash drive was removed while some
operation was in progress.
3. The USB flash drive is write-protected.
4. The USB flash drive has anti-virus software.
No File
Read Only
Media Full
Too Many Files
Not SMF01
Size Over
Wrong Data
Memory Full
Format Error
Media Error
Measure Limit
Data Full
Action
1. Correctly plug the USB flash drive into the USB
flash drive port.
2. Do not remove the USB flash drive while any
operation is in progress.
3. Unprotect the USB flash drive.
4. Use a USB flash drive that does not have antivirus software.
There is no loadable file or no playable file in the
Move the file you want to load or play into the
“MUSICDAT” folder.
appropriate location (pages EN-50, EN-51) in the
“MUSICDAT” folder.
A read-only file with the same name you are trying • Change the name and then save the new data.
to use is already stored on USB flash drive.
• Remove the read-only attribute from the existing
USB flash drive file and overwrite it with the new
data.
• Use a different USB flash drive.
There is not enough space available on the USB flash Delete some of the files on the USB flash drive to
drive.
make room for new data (page EN-52) or use a
different USB flash drive.
1. There are too many files on the USB flash drive. 1. Delete some of the files on the USB flash drive to
make room for new data.
2. There is a file named TAKE99.WAV in the
2. Delete the WAV file in the “MUSICDAT” folder.
“MUSICDAT” folder.
You are attempting to play back SMF Format 2 song This Digital Piano supports playback of SMF Format
data.
0 or Format 1 only.
1. The MIDI recording data on the USB flash drive 1. The Digital Piano supports playback of MIDI
cannot be played because it is too big.
recording data up to approximately 700KB.
2. The SMF file on the USB flash drive cannot be
2. The Digital Piano supports playback of SMF files
played because it is too big.
up to 320 KB.
1. The USB flash drive data is corrupted.
—
2. USB flash drive contains data that is not
supported by this Digital Piano.
There is not enough Digital Piano memory available Reduce the size of the song data.
to convert a MIDI recorder song to SMF data and
Example:
store it on the USB flash drive.
Delete any tracks that are not required.
1. The USB flash drive format is not compatible
1. Format the USB flash drive on the Digital Piano.
with this Digital Piano.
2. The USB flash drive is corrupted.
2. Use a different USB flash drive.
The USB flash drive is corrupted.
Use a different USB flash drive.
Attempting to input MIDI recording data or music
The Digital Piano supports input of up to 999
preset that has more than 999 measures.
measures.
Attempting to store data that exceeds the maximum Delete unneeded data.
allowable number of data items.
English
Reference
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Reference
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
No sound is produced when I
press a keyboard key.
1. The VOLUME controller is set to
“MIN”.
2. Headphones or an adaptor plug is
plugged into one of the PHONES
jacks.
3. Upper 1 icon is off.
4. The “Speaker” SYSTEM
SETTING is off.
1. Digital Piano tuning is incorrect.
The pitch of the Digital Piano
is off.
Tones and/or effects sound
strange. Turning power off
and then back on again does
not eliminate the problem.
A tone’s quality and volume
sounds slightly different
depending where it is played
on the keyboard.
See
Page
) EN-7
1. Rotate the VOLUME controller more
towards “MAX”.
2. Disconnect whatever is connected to the ) EN-8
PHONES jack.
3. Touch the Upper 1 icon to turn it on.
4. Turn on the “Speaker” SYSTEM
SETTING.
1. Adjust Digital Piano tuning, or turn the
Digital Piano off and then back on again.
2. The Digital Piano’s key setting is 2. Change the key setting to “440.0 Hz”, or
something other than “440.0 Hz”.
turn Digital Piano power off and then
back on again.
3. A non-standard temperament
3. Change the temperament setting to
setting is being used.
“Equal”, which is the standard modern
tuning.
4. Octave shift is enabled.
4. Change the octave shift setting to 0.
The “Auto Resume” feature is turned Turn off “Auto Resume”. Next, turn power
on.
off and then back on again.
Example: Note intensity does
not change even though I alter
key pressure.
I cannot transfer data after
—
connecting the Digital Piano
to a computer.
I cannot record chord
accompaniment data on my
computer.
I cannot store data to a USB
flash drive or load data from a
USB flash drive.
Playback stops part way
through while transferring
song data from my computer.
Action
) EN-14
) EN-45
) EN-19
) EN-45
) EN-45
) EN-42
) EN-46
“Accomp Out” is turned off.
1. Check to make sure that the USB cable
is connected to the Digital Piano and
computer, and that the correct device is
selected with your computer’s music
software.
2. Turn off the Digital Piano and then exit
the music software on your computer.
Next, turn the Digital Piano back on and
then restart the music software on your
computer.
Turn on “Accomp Out”.
) EN-53
) EN-48
—
See “Error Messages”.
) EN-59
Digital noise from the USB cable or
power cord caused data
communication between your
computer and Digital Piano to be
interrupted.
Stop song playback, disconnect the USB
) EN-53
cable from the Digital Piano, and then
reconnect it. Next, try playing back the song
again.
If this does not solve the problem, quit the
MIDI software you are using, disconnect the
USB cable from the Digital Piano, and then
reconnect it. Next, restart the MIDI software
and then try playing back the song again.
This is an unavoidable result of the digital sampling process,* and does not indicate
malfunction.
* Multiple digital samples are taken for the low range, middle range, and high range of the
original musical instrument. Because of this, there may be a very slight difference in tonal
quality and volume between sample ranges.
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Reference
See
Page
When I press a button, the
Performing a button operation while playing with the Duet Mode, Auto Accompaniment, the
note that is sounding cuts out recorder, or other functions can cause such phenomena when the Digital Piano switches
momentarily or there is a
internal tone effects. It does not indicate malfunction.
slight change in how effects
are applied.
Even though I play on
The ranges of certain tones are limited, which means that octaves change normally up to a
different ranges of the
certain low note or high note. With such a tone, the notes of the lowest octave will be
keyboard, the notes do not
repeated to the left of the lowest possible note, and the highest octave will be repeated to the
change octaves.
right of the highest possible note. This is due do limitations in the range of the original musical
instrument for each tone, and does not indicate malfunction of the Digital Piano.
Cause
Action
English
Problem
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Product Specifications
Model
CGP-700
Keyboard
Ebony/ivory feel piano keyboard, 88-key piano keyboard
• Velocity resolution: 16,256 maximum
• Layer, Split
• Duet: 4 octaves (–2 to 0 to +2)
• Transpose: 2 octaves (–12 to 0 to +12)
• Octave shift: 4 octaves (–2 to 0 to +2)
Sound Source
•
•
•
•
•
•
Display
5.3-inch touch panel (5.0-inch 528 × 320-dot TFT color LCD)
Acoustic Simulator
Damper Resonance
Number of Tones: 550
Maximum polyphony: 128 tones
Touch Response (3 sensitivity levels, Off)
Tuning: 415.5 Hz to 440.0 Hz to 465.9 Hz (0.1 Hz units)
Temperament: Equal temperaments plus 16 other types
Stretch Tuning: On, Off
Effects
Reverb (17 types), Chorus (16 types), Delay (6 types), DSP
Auto Accompaniment
Data items: 200 preset
Music Preset
Data items: 305 preset
Demo Song
6
MIDI Recorder
•
•
•
•
•
•
Audio Recorder
• Real-time recording and playback to USB flash drive*
* Linear PCM, 16bit, 44.1 kHz, stereo .WAV format
• Songs: 100 files
• Approximately 74 minutes maximum recording per file.
• Audio Recorder Volume Level: Adjustable
Registration
96 (4 setups × 24 banks)
Metronome
• Beats: 0 to 9
• Tempo Range: 20 to 255
• Metronome Volume Level: Adjustable
Pedals
Damper (with half-pedal operation), Soft, Sostenuto
Other Functions
•
•
•
•
Functions: Real-time recording, playback
Number of Song: 100
Number of Tracks: 17
Capacity: Up to approximately 50,000 notes per song
Recorded Data Protection: Built-in flash memory
MIDI Recorder Volume Level: Adjustable
Dedicated piano tone buttons
Balance adjustment
Setting backup
Operation Lock
MIDI
16-channel multi-timbre receive
Pitch Bend Wheel
Pitch Bend Range: 00 to 24 semitones
USB Flash Drive
• Capacity: 32GB or less recommended
• SMF direct playback, data storage, data loading, USB flash drive format,
audio data playback and storage
Inputs/Outputs
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PHONES jacks: Stereo mini jacks × 2
DAMPER jack: Standard jack
Power: 24V DC
LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks: Standard jacks × 2
Output impedance: 2.3KΩ
Output voltage: 1.8V (RMS) MAX
Audio In: Stereo mini jack
Input impedance: 9.0KΩ
Input voltage: 200mV
USB port: Type B
USB flash drive port: Type A
Pedal connector (for optional SP-33 only)
Speaker jack
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Speakers
φ 12cm × 2 + φ 5cm × 2, φ 12cm × 2 (stand built-in speaker) (Output 20W + 20W)
Power Requirements
AC Adaptor: AD-E24250LW
• Auto Power Off: Approximately 4 hours after last operation. Auto Power Off can be disabled.
Power Consumption
24V = 20W
Dimensions
Digital Piano and Stand: 132.2 (W) × 29.3 (D) × 76.3 (H) cm (52 1/16 × 11 9/16 × 30 1/16 inch)
Weight
Digital Piano and Stand: Approximately 25.7kg (56.7 lbs)
English
Reference
• Specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.
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Operating Precautions
Be sure to read and observe the following operating
precautions.
■ Location
Avoid the following locations for this product.
• Areas exposed to direct sunlight and high humidity
• Areas subjected to temperature extremes
• Near a radio, TV, video deck, or tuner
• The above devices will not cause malfunction of the
product, but the product can cause interference in
the audio or video of a nearby device.
■ User Maintenance
• Never use benzine, alcohol, thinner, or other
chemical agents to clean the product.
• To clean the product or its keyboard, wipe with a
soft cloth moistened in a weak solution of water and
a mild neutral detergent. Wring all excess moisture
from the cloth before wiping.
■ Included and Optional Accessories
Use only accessories that are specified for use with this
product. Use of unauthorized accessories creates the
risk of fire, electric shock, and personal injury.
■ Weld Lines
Lines may be visible on the exterior of the product.
These are “weld lines” that result from the plastic
molding process. They are not cracks or scratches.
■ Musical Instrument Etiquette
Always be aware of others around you whenever using
this product. Be especially careful when playing late at
night to keep the volume at levels that do not disturb
others. Other steps you can take when playing late at
night are closing windows and using headphones.
• Any reproduction of the contents of this manual,
either in part or its entirety, is prohibited. Except for
your own, personal use, any other use of the
contents of this manual without the consent of
CASIO is prohibited under copyright laws.
• IN NO EVENT SHALL CASIO BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS
OF PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS
OF INFORMATION) ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OF OR INABILITY TO USE THIS MANUAL OR
PRODUCT, EVEN IF CASIO HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
• The contents of this manual are subject to change
without notice.
■ AC Adaptor Handling Precautions
• Use a power outlet that is easily accessible so you
can unplug the AC adaptor when a malfunction
occurs or whenever else you need to do so.
• The AC adaptor is intended for indoor use only. Do
not use it where it might be exposed to splashing or
moisture. Do not place any container, such as a
flower vase, that contains liquid on the AC adaptor.
• Store the AC adaptor in a dry place.
• Use the AC adaptor in an open, well-ventilated area.
• Never cover the AC adaptor with newspaper, a table
cloth, a curtain, or any other similar item.
• Unplug the AC adaptor from the power outlet if you
do not plan to use the Digital Piano for a long time.
• Never try to repair the AC adaptor or modify it in
any way.
• AC adaptor operating environment
Temperature: 0 to 40°C
Humidity: 10% to 90% RH
Output polarity:&
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Model: AD-E24250LW
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions on hand.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this product near water.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
7. Do not install near radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other source of heat (including amplifiers).
8. Use only attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer.
9. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required after any of the following occurs:
when the product is damaged, when the power supply cord or plug is damaged, when liquid is spilled into
the product, when a foreign object falls into the product, when the product is exposed to rain or moisture,
when the product does not operate normally, when the product is dropped.
10. Do not allow the product to be exposed to dripping or splashing liquid. Do not place any object containing
liquid on the product.
11. Do not allow the electrical load output to exceed the label rating.
12. Make sure the surrounding area is dry before plugging into a power source.
13. Make sure the product is oriented correctly.
14. Unplug the product during lightning storms or when you do not plan to use it for a long time.
15. Do not allow product ventilation openings to become blocked. Install the product in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
16. Take care the power cord is located where it will not be stepped upon or bent severely, particularly in
locations close to plugs and convenience receptacles, and in locations where it exits from the product.
17. The AC adaptor should be plugged into a power outlet as close to the product as possible to allow
immediate disconnection of the plug in case of emergency.
English
AC Adaptor Handling Precautions
The symbol below is an alert indicating un-insulated hazardous voltage inside the product’s enclosure, which
may be sufficient to constitute the risk of electric shock to users.
’
The symbol below is an alert indicating the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the documentation that accompanies the product.
*
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STLport
Copyright 1994 Hewlett-Packard Company
Copyright 1996,97 Silicon Graphics Computer Systems, Inc.
Copyright 1997 Moscow Center for SPARC Technology.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software and
its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that
both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
supporting documentation. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no
representations about the suitability of this software for any
purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software and
its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that
both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
supporting documentation. Silicon Graphics makes no representations
about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided
"as is" without express or implied warranty.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software and
its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that
both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
supporting documentation. Moscow Center for SPARC Technology makes no
representations about the suitability of this software for any
purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
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Appendix/Apéndice
Tone List/Lista de tonos
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
0
2
DSP
Piano
001
GRAND PIANO CONCERT
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
DSP
O
037
ANALOG E.PIANO 2
5
12
038
OFF VELO.CLAVI 1
7
2
3
002
GRAND PIANO BRIGHT
1
2
039
OFF VELO.CLAVI 2
7
003
GRAND PIANO STUDIO
0
3
O
040
CLAVI 1
7
4
004
GRAND PIANO MODERN
0
4
O
041
CLAVI 2
7
5
005
ROCK PIANO
1
3
O
042
CLAVI 3
7
6
006
LA PIANO
1
4
O
043
CLAVI 4
7
7
044
WAH CLAVI 1
7
8
O
045
WAH CLAVI 2
7
9
O
007
DANCE PIANO 1
1
5
008
DANCE PIANO 2
1
6
O
O
046
CRUNCH CLAVI
7
10
O
047
VIBRAPHONE 1
11
2
O
O
048
VIBRAPHONE 2
11
3
O
049
MARIMBA
12
2
050
CELESTA
8
2
051
BRIGHT CELESTA
8
3
052
GLOCKENSPIEL
9
2
009
GRAND PIANO MELLOW
0
5
010
MONO PIANO 1
0
6
011
MONO PIANO 2
0
7
012
TACK PIANO
0
8
013
GRAND PIANO CLASSIC
0
9
014
GRAND PIANO DOLCE
0
10
015
HONKY-TONK
3
2
016
OCTAVE PIANO
3
3
017
STRINGS PIANO
0
11
018
SYNTH-STR.PIANO
0
019
PIANO PAD
020
CHOIR PIANO
021
PIANO CHIME
0
15
022
ELEC.GRAND PIANO
2
2
023
MODERN E.G.PIANO
2
3
024
CHORUS E.G.PIANO
2
4
O
025
OFF VELO.HARPSICHORD
6
2
O
026
HARPSICHORD
6
3
027
COUPLED HARPSICHORD
6
4
028
HARPSICHORD & STRINGS
6
001
ELEC.PIANO 1
002
O
O
053
MUSIC BOX 1
10
2
054
MUSIC BOX 2
10
3
12
055
XYLOPHONE
13
2
0
13
056
TUBULAR BELL
14
2
0
14
057
DULCIMER
15
2
001
DRAWBAR ORGAN 1
16
2
002
DRAWBAR ORGAN 2
16
3
003
DRAWBAR ORGAN 3
16
4
004
DRAWBAR ORGAN 4
16
5
005
JAZZ ORGAN 1
17
2
006
JAZZ ORGAN 2
17
3
5
007
JAZZ ORGAN 3
17
4
008
PERC.ORGAN 1
17
5
O
4
2
009
PERC.ORGAN 2
17
6
O
ELEC.PIANO 2
4
3
010
PERC.ORGAN 3
17
7
O
003
ELEC.PIANO 3
4
4
011
ROCK ORGAN 1
18
2
O
O
O
Organ
O
Elec.Piano
O
O
004
ELEC.PIANO 4
4
5
O
012
ROCK ORGAN 2
18
3
005
ELEC.PIANO 5
4
6
O
013
ROCK ORGAN 3
18
4
006
60'S E.PIANO 1
4
7
014
ELEC.ORGAN 1
16
6
O
007
60'S E.PIANO 2
4
8
015
ELEC.ORGAN 2
16
7
O
008
60'S E.PIANO 3
4
9
O
016
ELEC.ORGAN 3
16
8
009
60'S E.PIANO 4
4
10
O
017
70'S ORGAN
17
8
O
010
ELEC.PIANO 6
4
11
018
OVERDRIVE ORGAN 1
16
9
O
011
ELEC.PIANO 7
4
12
019
OVERDRIVE ORGAN 2
16
10
O
012
ELEC.PIANO 8
4
13
020
TREMOLO ORGAN
16
11
O
013
ELEC.PIANO 9
4
14
021
FULL DRAWBAR
16
12
014
ELEC.PIANO 10
4
15
022
ROTARY ORGAN
17
9
015
DIGITAL E.PIANO 1
5
2
023
CLICK ORGAN
17
10
016
DIGITAL E.PIANO 2
5
3
024
SEQUENCE ORGAN
17
11
017
DIGITAL E.PIANO 3
5
4
025
GOSPEL ORGAN
17
12
018
DIGITAL E.PIANO 4
5
5
026
PIPE ORGAN 1
19
2
019
DIGITAL E.PIANO 5
5
6
027
PIPE ORGAN 2
19
3
020
DIGITAL E.PIANO 6
5
7
028
CHAPEL ORGAN
19
4
021
DIGITAL E.PIANO 7
5
8
029
THEATER ORGAN
16
13
022
DIGITAL E.PIANO 8
5
9
030
REED ORGAN
20
2
023
DIGITAL E.PIANO 9
5
10
031
ACCORDION 1
21
2
024
DYNO ELEC.PIANO 1
4
16
032
ACCORDION 2
21
3
025
DYNO ELEC.PIANO 2
4
17
O
033
ACCORDION 3
21
4
026
60'S ELEC.PIANO 5
4
18
O
034
BANDONEON SOLO
23
4
027
60'S ELEC.PIANO 6
4
19
O
035
BANDONEON 1
23
2
028
CHORUS E.PIANO 1
4
20
036
BANDONEON 2
23
3
029
CHORUS E.PIANO 2
4
21
037
HARMONICA 1
22
2
038
HARMONICA 2
22
3
030
PHASER E.PIANO 1
4
22
O
031
PHASER E.PIANO 2
4
23
O
O
O
Guitar
032
AMP E.PIANO 1
4
24
O
001
NYLON STR.GUITAR 1
24
2
033
AMP E.PIANO 2
4
25
O
002
NYLON STR.GUITAR 2
24
3
034
CRUNCH E.PIANO
4
26
O
003
NYLON STR.GUITAR 3
24
4
035
DIZZY E.PIANO
4
27
O
004
STEEL STR.GUITAR 1
25
2
036
ANALOG E.PIANO 1
5
11
O
005
STEEL STR.GUITAR 2
25
3
O
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Appendix/Apéndice
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
DSP
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
DSP
O
006
STEEL STR.GUITAR 3
25
4
015
SYNTH-STRINGS 1
50
2
007
12 STR.GUITAR
25
5
016
SYNTH-STRINGS 2
50
3
008
STEEL GT HARMONICS
31
2
017
SYNTH-STRINGS 3
51
2
009
JAZZ GUITAR
26
2
018
70'S SYNTH-STR.
50
4
010
OCT JAZZ GUITAR
26
3
019
80'S SYNTH-STR.
50
5
011
CLEAN GUITAR 1
27
2
O
020
FAST SYNTH-STRINGS
50
6
012
CLEAN GUITAR 2
27
3
O
021
SLOW SYNTH-STRINGS
50
7
013
CLEAN GUITAR 3
27
4
O
022
PHASER SYNTH-STRINGS
50
8
014
CLEAN GUITAR 4
27
5
023
OCTAVE SYNTH-STRINGS
51
3
O
015
CHORUS CLEAN GUITAR 1
27
6
O
024
VIOLIN
40
2
016
CHORUS CLEAN GUITAR 2
27
7
O
025
SLOW VIOLIN
40
3
017
CRUNCH ELEC.GUITAR 1
27
8
O
026
VIOLA
41
2
018
CRUNCH ELEC.GUITAR 2
27
9
O
027
CELLO
42
2
019
CRUNCH ELEC.GUITAR 3
27
10
O
028
SLOW CELLO
42
3
020
CHORUS CRUNCH GUITAR
27
11
O
029
CONTRABASS
43
2
021
MUTE GUITAR 1
28
2
030
HARP
46
2
022
MUTE GUITAR 2
28
3
031
VIOLIN SECTION
48
13
4
023
MUTE DIST.GUITAR
28
4
O
032
HARP & STRINGS
49
024
OVERDRIVE GUITAR 1
29
2
O
033
CHOIR AAHS
52
2
025
OVERDRIVE GUITAR 2
29
3
O
034
CHOIR STRINGS
52
3
026
DISTORTION GT 1
30
2
O
035
STRINGS VOICE
52
4
027
DISTORTION GT 2
30
3
O
036
SLOW CHOIR
52
5
028
DISTORTION GT 3
30
4
O
037
WAH CHOIR
52
6
029
DISTORTION GT 4
30
5
O
038
VOICE DOO
53
2
030
STEEL GT + STRUM.NOISE M 1
25
32
039
SYNTH-VOICE 1
54
2
031
STEEL GT + STRUM.NOISE M 2
25
33
040
SYNTH-VOICE 2
54
3
O
O
032
STEEL GT + STRUM.NOISE M 3
25
34
041
VOICE ENSEMBLE
54
4
033
CLEAN GUITAR M
27
32
042
SYNTH-VOICE PAD
54
5
034
CRUNCH E.GUITAR M 1
27
33
043
CHORUS SYNTH-VOICE
54
6
035
CRUNCH E.GUITAR M 2
27
34
044
ORCHESTRA HIT 1
55
2
036
DISTORTION GT M
30
32
045
ORCHESTRA HIT 2
55
3
O
037
OVERDRIVE GT M 1
29
32
038
OVERDRIVE GT M 2
29
33
001
STEREO BRASS
61
2
O
039
MUTE OVERDRIVE GT M 1
28
32
002
BRASS
61
3
040
MUTE OVERDRIVE GT M 2
28
33
003
BRASS SECTION 1
61
4
004
BRASS SECTION 2
61
5
005
HARD BRASS
61
6
006
BRASS SFZ
61
7
O
Brass
Bass
001
ACOUSTIC BASS 1
32
2
002
ACOUSTIC BASS 2
32
3
003
RIDE BASS
32
4
007
BRASS & SAX
61
8
004
FINGERED BASS 1
33
2
008
SYNTH-BRASS 1
62
2
005
FINGERED BASS 2
33
3
009
SYNTH-BRASS 2
63
2
006
FINGERED BASS 3
33
4
010
SYNTH-BRASS 3
62
3
007
FINGERED BASS 4
33
5
011
WARM SYNTH-BRASS
62
4
008
PICKED BASS 1
34
2
012
ANALOG SYNTH-BRASS
62
5
009
PICKED BASS 2
34
3
013
80'S SYNTH-BRASS
62
6
010
SYNTH-BASS 1
38
2
014
TRANCE BRASS
63
3
011
SYNTH-BASS 2
38
3
O
015
CHORUS SYNTH-BRASS
62
7
012
SYNTH-BASS 3
38
4
O
016
SYNTH-BRASS PAD
63
4
013
SYNTH-BASS 4
39
2
017
TRUMPET 1
56
2
014
SYNTH-BASS 5
39
3
O
018
TRUMPET 2
56
3
015
SYNTH-BASS 6
39
4
O
019
MELLOW TRUMPET
56
4
016
TRANCE BASS
38
5
020
VELO.TRUMPET
56
5
017
ORGAN BASS
39
5
021
MUTE TRUMPET
59
2
018
FINGERED BASS M 1
33
32
022
TROMBONE
57
2
019
FINGERED BASS M 2
33
33
023
VELO.TROMBONE
57
3
020
SAW SYNTH-BASS M
39
32
024
JAZZ TROMBONE
57
4
021
SYNTH-BASS M 1
38
32
025
FRENCH HORN
60
2
022
SYNTH-BASS M 2
38
33
026
FRENCH HORN SECTION
60
3
027
TUBA
58
2
O
O
Strings
O
O
001
STEREO STRINGS 1
49
2
002
STEREO STRINGS 2
48
2
Reed
001
ALTO SAX
65
2
O
003
STEREO STRINGS 3
48
3
002
BREATHY ALTO SAX
65
3
O
004
WIDE STRINGS
48
4
003
TENOR SAX
66
2
O
005
STRINGS
48
5
004
BREATHY TENOR SAX
66
3
O
006
STRING ENSEMBLE 1
48
6
005
SOPRANO SAX
64
2
007
STRING ENSEMBLE 2
48
7
006
BREATHY S.SAX
64
3
008
SLOW STRINGS
49
3
007
BARITONE SAX
67
2
009
BRIGHT STRINGS
48
8
008
HARD A.SAX
65
4
010
WARM STRINGS
48
9
009
SOFT T.SAX
66
4
011
PIZZICATO STRINGS
45
2
010
T.SAXYS
66
5
012
CHAMBER
48
10
011
CLARINET
71
2
013
OCTAVE STRINGS
48
11
012
VELO.CLARINET
71
3
014
ORCHESTRA PAD
48
12
013
OBOE
68
2
O
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Appendix/Apéndice
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
DSP
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
014
ENGLISH HORN
69
2
061
BRIGHT SAW PAD 1
90
10
015
BASSOON
70
2
062
BRIGHT SAW PAD 2
90
11
2
O
016
FLUTE 1
73
2
063
SPACE CHOIR
91
017
FLUTE 2
73
3
064
STAR VOICE
91
3
018
JAZZ FLUTE
73
4
065
GLASS PAD
92
2
019
PICCOLO
72
2
066
BOTTLE PAD
92
3
020
RECORDER
74
2
067
ETHNIC PAD
93
2
021
PAN FLUTE
75
2
068
METAL PAD
93
3
022
BOTTLE BLOW
76
2
069
HALO PAD
94
2
023
WHISTLE
78
2
070
SWEEP PAD
95
2
024
OCARINA
79
2
071
RAIN DROP
96
2
025
SHAKUHACHI
77
2
072
WOOD PAD
96
3
073
SOUND TRACK
97
2
074
CRYSTAL
98
2
075
VIBRAPHONE BELL
98
3
Synth
001
SAW LEAD 1
81
2
002
SAW LEAD 2
81
3
003
SAW LEAD 3
81
4
076
ATMOSPHERE
99
2
004
MELLOW SAW LEAD
81
5
077
ATMOSPHERE PAD
99
3
005
SLOW SAW LEAD
81
6
078
STEEL PAD
99
4
006
PULSE SAW LEAD
81
7
079
BRIGHTNESS
100
2
007
TRANCE LEAD
81
8
080
ECHO VOICE
102
2
008
SS LEAD
81
9
081
ECHO PAD
102
3
009
SQUARE LEAD 1
80
2
082
POLY DROP
102
4
010
SQUARE LEAD 2
80
3
083
STAR THEME
103
2
084
SPACE PAD
103
3
011
SQUARE LEAD 3
80
4
012
SLOW SQUARE LEAD
80
5
O
O
DSP
O
Ethnic
O
013
PHASER SQUARE LEAD
80
6
001
SITAR 1
104
2
014
PULSE LEAD 1
80
7
002
SITAR 2
104
3
015
PULSE LEAD 2
80
8
003
TANPURA 1
104
4
016
SINE LEAD
80
9
004
TANPURA 2
104
5
017
VELO.SINE LEAD
80
10
005
HARMONIUM 1
20
3
018
SQUARE PULSE LEAD
80
11
006
HARMONIUM 2
20
4
019
VA SYNTH 1
80
12
007
SAROD
105
4
020
VA SYNTH 2
80
13
008
SHANAI
111
3
021
VA SYNTH 3
80
14
009
TABLA
116
16
022
VA SYNTH 4
80
15
010
ER HU 1
110
16
023
VA SYNTH 5
80
16
011
ER HU 2
110
17
024
VA SYNTH SEQ-BASS 1
81
10
012
ER HU 3
110
18
O
025
VA SYNTH SEQ-BASS 2
81
11
013
YANG QIN 1
15
3
026
SEQUENCE SAW
81
12
014
YANG QIN 2
15
4
027
SAW ARPEGGIO
81
13
015
PI PA 1
105
5
028
CALLIOPE
82
2
016
PI PA 2
105
6
029
VENT LEAD
82
3
017
DI ZI 1
72
3
030
PIPE LEAD
82
4
018
DI ZI 2
72
4
031
CHIFF LEAD
83
2
019
ZHENG 1
107
3
032
VOICE LEAD
85
2
020
ZHENG 2
107
4
033
VOX LEAD
85
3
021
XIAO
77
5
034
CHARANG
84
2
022
SHENG
109
3
035
PLUCK LEAD
84
3
023
SUO NA
111
4
036
GT SYNTH-LEAD
84
4
024
CHINESE HARP
46
3
037
CHURCH LEAD
85
4
025
OUD 1
105
7
038
DOUBLE VOICE LEAD
85
5
026
OUD 2
105
8
039
SYNTH-VOICE LEAD
85
6
027
NEY
72
5
040
FIFTH LEAD
86
2
028
ARABIC ORGAN
16
14
041
FIFTH SAW LEAD
86
3
029
ARABIC STRINGS
48
14
042
FIFTH SQUARE LEAD
86
4
030
SAZ
15
5
043
FOURTH LEAD
86
5
031
KANUN
15
6
044
SEVENTH SEQUENCE
86
6
032
BANJO
105
2
045
BASS+LEAD
87
2
033
MUTE BANJO
105
3
046
SYNTH-BASS+LEAD
87
3
034
THUMB PIANO
108
2
047
REED LEAD
87
4
035
STEEL DRUMS
114
2
048
FANTASY 1
88
2
036
RABAB
105
9
037
SHAMISEN
106
2
038
KOTO
107
2
0
O
049
FANTASY 2
88
3
050
NEW AGE
88
4
051
WARM VOX
89
2
052
WARM PAD
89
3
001
GM PIANO 1
0
053
HORN PAD
89
4
002
GM PIANO 2
1
0
054
POLYSYNTH
90
2
003
GM ELEC.GRAND PIANO
2
0
004
GM HONKY-TONK
3
0
005
GM E.PIANO 1
4
0
GM
O
055
POLYSYNTH PAD
90
3
056
SYNTH-PAD
90
4
057
VA SYNTH-PAD 1
90
6
O
006
GM E.PIANO 2
5
0
058
VA SYNTH-PAD 2
90
7
O
007
GM HARPSICHORD
6
0
059
VA SYNTH-PAD 3
90
8
O
008
GM CLAVI
7
0
060
POLY SAW
90
9
009
GM CELESTA
8
0
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Appendix/Apéndice
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
DSP
Group
Number/
Número
de grupo
Tone Name/
Nombre del tono
Program
Change/
Cambio
de
programa
Bank
Select
MSB/
MSB de
selección
de banco
0
010
GM GLOCKENSPIEL
9
0
083
GM CALLIOPE
82
011
GM MUSIC BOX
10
0
084
GM CHIFF LEAD
83
0
012
GM VIBRAPHONE
11
0
085
GM CHARANG
84
0
013
GM MARIMBA
12
0
086
GM VOICE LEAD
85
0
014
GM XYLOPHONE
13
0
087
GM FIFTH LEAD
86
0
015
GM TUBULAR BELL
14
0
088
GM BASS+LEAD
87
0
016
GM DULCIMER
15
0
089
GM FANTASY
88
0
017
GM ORGAN 1
16
0
090
GM WARM PAD
89
0
018
GM ORGAN 2
17
0
091
GM POLYSYNTH
90
0
019
GM ORGAN 3
18
0
092
GM SPACE CHOIR
91
0
020
GM PIPE ORGAN
19
0
093
GM BOWED GLASS
92
0
021
GM REED ORGAN
20
0
094
GM METAL PAD
93
0
022
GM ACCORDION
21
0
095
GM HALO PAD
94
0
023
GM HARMONICA
22
0
096
GM SWEEP PAD
95
0
024
GM BANDONEON
23
0
097
GM RAIN DROP
96
0
025
GM NYLON STR.GUITAR
24
0
098
GM SOUND TRACK
97
0
026
GM STEEL STR.GUITAR
25
0
099
GM CRYSTAL
98
0
027
GM JAZZ GUITAR
26
0
100
GM ATMOSPHERE
99
0
028
GM CLEAN GUITAR
27
0
101
GM BRIGHTNESS
100
0
029
GM MUTE GUITAR
28
0
102
GM GOBLINS
101
0
030
GM OVERDRIVE GT
29
0
103
GM ECHOES
102
0
031
GM DISTORTION GT
30
0
104
GM SF
103
0
032
GM GT HARMONICS
31
0
105
GM SITAR
104
0
033
GM ACOUSTIC BASS
32
0
106
GM BANJO
105
0
034
GM FINGERED BASS
33
0
107
GM SHAMISEN
106
0
035
GM PICKED BASS
34
0
108
GM KOTO
107
0
036
GM FRETLESS BASS
35
0
109
GM THUMB PIANO
108
0
037
GM SLAP BASS 1
36
0
110
GM BAGPIPE
109
0
038
GM SLAP BASS 2
37
0
111
GM FIDDLE
110
0
039
GM SYNTH-BASS 1
38
0
112
GM SHANAI
111
0
040
GM SYNTH-BASS 2
39
0
113
GM TINKLE BELL
112
0
041
GM VIOLIN
40
0
114
GM AGOGO
113
0
042
GM VIOLA
41
0
115
GM STEEL DRUMS
114
0
043
GM CELLO
42
0
116
GM WOOD BLOCK
115
0
044
GM CONTRABASS
43
0
117
GM TAIKO
116
0
045
GM TREMOLO STRINGS
44
0
118
GM MELODIC TOM
117
0
046
GM PIZZICATO
45
0
119
GM SYNTH-DRUM
118
0
047
GM HARP
46
0
120
GM REVERSE CYMBAL
119
0
048
GM TIMPANI
47
0
121
GM GT FRET NOISE
120
0
049
GM STRINGS 1
48
0
122
GM BREATH NOISE
121
0
050
GM STRINGS 2
49
0
123
GM SEASHORE
122
0
051
GM SYNTH-STRINGS 1
50
0
124
GM BIRD
123
0
052
GM SYNTH-STRINGS 2
51
0
125
GM TELEPHONE
124
0
053
GM CHOIR AAHS
52
0
126
GM HELICOPTER
125
0
054
GM VOICE DOO
53
0
127
GM APPLAUSE
126
0
055
GM SYNTH-VOICE
54
0
128
GM GUNSHOT
127
0
056
GM ORCHESTRA HIT
55
0
Drums
057
GM TRUMPET
56
0
001
STANDARD SET 1
0
120
058
GM TROMBONE
57
0
002
STANDARD SET 2
1
120
059
GM TUBA
58
0
003
STANDARD SET 3
2
120
060
GM MUTE TRUMPET
59
0
004
STANDARD SET 4
3
120
061
GM FRENCH HORN
60
0
005
DANCE SET
29
120
062
GM BRASS
61
0
006
TRANCE SET
31
120
063
GM SYNTH-BRASS 1
62
0
007
HIP-HOP SET
9
120
064
GM SYNTH-BRASS 2
63
0
008
ROOM SET
8
120
065
GM SOPRANO SAX
64
0
009
POWER SET
16
120
066
GM ALTO SAX
65
0
010
ROCK SET
17
120
067
GM TENOR SAX
66
0
011
ELECTRONIC SET
24
120
068
GM BARITONE SAX
67
0
012
SYNTH SET 1
25
120
069
GM OBOE
68
0
013
SYNTH SET 2
30
120
070
GM ENGLISH HORN
69
0
014
JAZZ SET
32
120
071
GM BASSOON
70
0
015
BRUSH SET
40
120
072
GM CLARINET
71
0
016
ORCHESTRA SET
48
120
073
GM PICCOLO
72
0
017
ETHNIC SET 1
49
120
074
GM FLUTE
73
0
018
ETHNIC SET 2
50
120
075
GM RECORDER
74
0
076
GM PAN FLUTE
75
0
077
GM BOTTLE BLOW
76
0
078
GM SHAKUHACHI
77
0
079
GM WHISTLE
78
0
080
GM OCARINA
79
0
081
GM SQUARE LEAD
80
0
082
GM SAW LEAD
81
0
DSP
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Appendix/Apéndice
• With some guitar tones, playing in the lowest range
(far left) or highest range (far right) may result in
strum noise, harmonics, or other characteristic
playing sounds being included with the notes.
• See the “Drum Assignment List” on page A-6 for
information about the percussion instruments
assigned to each keyboard key when a drum set is
selected.
• Con algunos tonos de guitarra, si toca en el rango
más bajo (extremo izquierdo) o más alto (extremo
derecho), podrían escucharse sonidos de rasgueo, de
armónicos, u otros sonidos de ejecución
característicos incluidos en las notas.
• Consulte “Lista de asignación de batería” de la
página A-6 para obtener información acerca de los
instrumentos de percusión asignados a cada tecla
cuando se selecciona un ajuste de batería.
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B -1 11
C 0 14
A-1 10
C0 13
STANDARD
SET 1
STANDARD
SET 2
STANDARD
SET 3
STANDARD
SET 4
DANCE SET
C 2 38
A 1 33
C2 37
F 2 43
B 2 47
C 3 50
A2 46
C3 49
B 3 59
C 4 62
A3 58
C4 61
C 5 74
C5 73
F 5 79
B 5 83
A5 82
B5 84
G5 80
A 5 81
E 5 76
F5 78
E5 77
D5 75
B4 72
B 4 71
A 4 69
F 4 67
E 4 64
A4 70
G4 68
F4 66
E4 65
D4 63
B3 60
G3 56
A 3 57
F 3 55
F3 54
E3 53
E 3 52
D3 51
B2 48
G2 44
A 2 45
E 2 40
F2 42
E2 41
D2 39
B1 36
B 1 35
F 1 31
A1 34
G1 32
F1 30
E1 29
Standard3 Kick 2
Standard3 Kick 1
Standard3 Snare 1
Standard3 Snare 2
Standard3 Kick 2
Standard3 Kick 1
Standard3 Snare 1
Standard3 Snare 2
Standard2 Closed Hi-Hat Standard3 Closed Hi-Hat Standard2 Low Tom 1 Standard2 Pedal Hi-Hat Standard3 Pedal Hi-Hat Standard2 Mid Tom 2 Standard2 Open Hi-Hat Standard3 Open Hi-Hat Standard2 Mid Tom 1 Standard2 High Tom 2 Standard2 Crash Cymbal 1 Standard2 High Tom 1 Standard2 Ride Cymbal 1 Standard2 Chinese Cymbal Standard2 Ride Bell Standard2 Splash Cymbal Standard2 Crash Cymbal 2 Standard2 Ride Cymbal 2 Standard2 Kick 2
Standard2 Kick 1
Standard2 Snare 1
Standard2 Snare 2
Standard2 Low Tom 2
Techno Snare Gate
E 1 28
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Standard1 Kick 2
Standard1 Kick 1
Side Stick
Standard1 Snare 1
Hand Clap
Standard1 Snare 2
Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-Hat
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-Hat
Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-Hat
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute High Conga
Open High Conga
Open Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short High Whistle
Long Low Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
C 1 26
D1 27
ROOM SET
Room Kick 2
Room Kick 1
Room Snare 1
Room Snare 2
Room Low Tom 2
Hip-Hop Closed Hi-Hat Room Low Tom 1
Hip-Hop Pedal Hi-Hat Room Mid Tom 2
Hip-Hop Open Hi-Hat Room Mid Tom 1
Room High Tom 2
Room High Tom 1
Hip-Hop Kick 2
Hip-Hop Kick 1
Hip-Hop Side Stick
Hip-Hop Snare 1
Hip-Hop Hand Clap
Hip-Hop Snare 2
TRANCE SET HIP-HOP SET
Trance Kick 2
Trance Kick 1
Trance Side Stick
Trance Snare 1
Trance Hand Clap
Trance Snare 2
Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 1 Trance Closed Hi-Hat
Synth2 Low Tom 1
Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 2 Trance Open Hi-Hat 1
Synth2 Mid Tom 2
Synth2 Open Hi-Hat Trance Open Hi-Hat 2
Synth2 Mid Tom 1
Synth2 Hi Tom 2
Synth2 Hi Tom 1
Trance Tambourine
Synth2 Cymbal 2
Synth1 Kick 2
Synth1 Kick 1
Synth1 Rim Shot
Synth1 Snare 1
Synth1 Hand Clap
Synth1 Snare 2
Synth1 Low Tom 2
Synth1 Chh
Synth1 Low Tom 1
Synth1 Phh
Synth1 Mid Tom 2
Synth1 Ohh
Synth1 Mid Tom 1
Synth1 Hi Tom 2
Synth1 Cymbal
Synth1 Hi Tom 1
Synth1 Ride
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Synth 1 Tambourine Splash Cymbal
Synth 1 Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibraslap
Synth1 Kick 3
Hand Clap 2 Gate
Hip-Hop Scratch 1
Hip-Hop Scratch 2
Synth2 Kick 2
Synth2 Kick 1
Synth2 Snare 1
Synth2 Snare 2
Synth2 Low Tom 2
Hip-Hop Side Stick Gate
Synth2 Kick 1 Rev.
Hip-Hop Snare 3 Rev.
C1 25
A 0 21
Reverse Cymbal Gate
Hip-Hop Snare 4 Gate
Hip-Hop Snare 3 Gate
B0 24
G0 20
E0 17
B 0 23
Dance Kick 1
Dance Kick 2
Dance Kick 3
Dance Kick 4
Dance Kick 5
Dance Snare 1
Dance Snare 2
Dance Snare 3
Dance Snare 4
Dance Snare 5
Dance Snare 6
Dance Snare 7
Dance Snare 8
Dance Snare 9
Dance Tambourine
Hip-Hop Snare 4
Hip-Hop Snare 3
Techno Snare
Hip-Hop Rim Shot
A0 22
F 0 19
E 0 16
F0 18
Tabla Ge
Tabla Ka
Tabla Te
Tabla Na
Tabla Tun
Dholak Ge
Dholak Ke
Dholak Ta 1
Dholak Ta 2
Dholak Na
Dholak Ta 3
Dholak Ring
Mridangam Tha
Mridangam Dhom
Mridangam Dhi
Mridangam Dhin
Mridangam Num
D0 15
B-1 12
G-1 8
A -1 9
F -1 7
F-1 6
E-1 5
E -1 4
C -1 2
D-1 3
C-1 1
Key/Note Number
Número de clave/
nota
Power Kick 2
Power Kick 1
Power Snare 1
Power Snare 2
Room Low Tom 2
Room Low Tom 1
Room Mid Tom 2
Room Mid Tom 1
Room High Tom 2
Room High Tom 1
POWER SET
Rock Kick 2
Rock Kick 1
Rock Side Stick
Rock Snare 1
Rock Snare 2
Rock Closed Hi-Hat
Rock Pedal Hi-Hat
Rock Open Hi-Hat
Rock Crash Cymbal
Rock Ride Cymbal
Rock Splash Cymbal
ROCK SET
Drum Assignment List/Lista de asignación de batería
Elec. Kick 2
Elec. Kick 1
Elec. Snare 1
Elec. Snare 2
Elec. Low Tom 2
Elec. Low Tom 1
Elec. Mid Tom 2
Elec. Mid Tom 1
Elec. High Tom 2
Elec. High Tom 1
Reverse Cymbal
Synth2 Kick 2
Synth2 Kick 1
Synth1 Rim Shot
Synth2 Snare 1
Synth2 Snare 2
Synth2 Low Tom 2
JAZZ SET
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Jazz Snare 1
Jazz Snare 2
Synth1 Closed Hi-Hat 1 Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 1 Synth1 Low Tom 1
Synth2 Low Tom 1
Synth1 Closed Hi-Hat 2 Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 2 Synth1 Mid Tom 2
Synth2 Mid Tom 2
Synth1 Open Hi-Hat Synth2 Open Hi-Hat Synth1 Mid Tom 1
Synth2 Mid Tom 1
Synth1 High Tom 2 Synth2 High Tom 2 Synth1 Crash Cymbal Synth1 High Tom 1 Synth2 High Tom 1 Synth1 Ride Cymbal Synth1 Tambourine Synth1 Cowbell
Synth1 Cowbell
Synth1 High Bongo Synth1 Low Bongo Synth1 Mute Hi Conga Synth1 Open Hi Conga Synth1 Open Low Conga Synth1 Maracas
Synth1 Maracas
Synth1 Claves
Synth1 Claves
Synth1 Kick 2
Synth1 Kick 1
Synth1 Rim Shot
Synth1 Snare 1
Synth1 Hand Clap
Synth1 Snare 2
Synth1 Low Tom 2
ELECTRONIC
SYNTH SET 1 SYNTH SET 2
SET
BRUSH SET
Brush Ride Cymbal 2
Brush Crash Cymbal 2
Brush Ride Cymbal 1
Brush Ride Bell
Brush Tambourine
Brush Splash Cymbal
Brush Crash Cymbal 1
Jazz Kick 2
Brush Kick
Brush Side Stick
Brush Snare 1
Brush Slap
Brush Snare 2
Closed Hi-Hat
Pedal Hi-Hat
Open Hi-Hat
Ride Cymbal 1
Jazz Kick 1
Concert BD
Concert SD
Castanets
Concert SD
Timpani F
Timpani F#
Timpani G
Timpani G#
Timpani A
Timpani A#
Timpani B
Timpani c
Timpani c#
Timpani d
Timpani d#
Timpani e
Timpani f
Concert Cymbal 2
Concert Cymbal 1
Tabla Ge
Tabla Ka
Tabla Te
Tabla Na
Tabla Tun
Dholak Ge
Dholak Ke
Dholak Ta 1
Dholak Ta 2
Dholak Na
Dholak Ta 3
Dholak Ring
Mridangam Tha
Tablah 1
Tablah 2
Tablah 3
Daf 1
Daf 2
Riq 1
Riq 2
Riq 3
Davul 1
Davul 2
Zill 1
Zill 2
Ban Gu
Hu Yin Luo
Xiao Luo
ORCHESTRA
ETHNIC SET 1 ETHNIC SET 2
SET
Appendix/Apéndice
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B 6 95
C 7 98
A6 94
C7 97
C 8 110 Tablah 1
Tablah 2
B 7 107
C8 109
B 8 119
C 9 122
A8 118
C9 121
E 9 124
F 9 127
F9 126
STANDARD
SET 2
STANDARD
SET 3
STANDARD
SET 4
DANCE SET
Tambourine 2
Tambourine 3
Cabasa 2
Maracas 2
Claves 2
Mute Triangle 2
Open Triangle 2
Shaker 2
Hand Clap
Hand Clap 2
Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-Hat
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-Hat
Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-Hat
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Elec Low Tom 1
Hip-Hop Pedal Hi-Hat
Elec Mid Tom 2
Hip-Hop Open Hi-Hat
Elec Mid Tom 1
Elec Hi Tom 2
Techno Cymbal
Elec Hi Tom 1
Techno Ride
Hip-Hop Closed Hi-Hat
Hip-Hop Kick 3
Dance Kick 6
Dance Snare 10
Hand Clap 3
Dance Snare 11
Elec Low Tom 2
TRANCE SET HIP-HOP SET
ROOM SET
POWER SET
• “»” indica una clave asignada a los mismos tonos que para STANDARD SET 1.
• “»” indicates a key is assigned the same tones as it is for STANDARD SET 1.
G9 128
E9 125
D9 123
B8 120
G8 116
A 8 117
F 8 115
F8 114
Daf 1
Daf 2
Riq 1
Riq 2
Riq 3
Davul 1
Davul 2
Zill 1
Zill 2
Ban Gu
Hu Yin Luo
Xiao Luo
Xiao Bo
Low Tang Gu
Mid Tang Gu
High Tang Gu
E 8 112 Tablah 3
E8 113
D8 111
B7 108
A 7 105
A7 106
G7 104
F 7 103
E 7 100
STANDARD
SET 1
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Applause 1
Applause 2
F7 102
E7 101
D7 99
B6 96
G6 92
A 6 93
F 6 91
F6 90
E6 89
E 6 88
C 6 86
D6 87
C6 85
Key/Note Number
Número de clave/
nota
ROCK SET
ELECTRONIC
SYNTH SET 1 SYNTH SET 2
SET
JAZZ SET
BRUSH SET
Mridangam Dhom
Mridangam Dhi
Mridangam Dhin
Mridangam Num
Xiao Bo
Low Tang Gu
Mid Tang Gu
High Tang Gu
ORCHESTRA
ETHNIC SET 1 ETHNIC SET 2
SET
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Rhythm List/Lista de ritmos
Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
Rhythm name/
Nombre del ritmo
Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
Pops
Rhythm name/
Nombre del ritmo
007
MODERN R&B
008
MODERN DANCE
009
DISCO SOUL
FUNK 8 BEAT
001
SLOW BIG BAND
UK BEAT
002
MIDDLE BIG BAND
006
6/8 POP
003
FAST BIG BAND
007
ACOUSTIC GUITAR POP
004
ORCHESTRA SWING
008
POP ROCK 2
005
SWING
001
POP ROCK 1
002
POP
003
ELECTROPOP
004
005
Jazz
009
SLOW SOUL
006
SLOW SWING
010
FAST SOUL
007
JAZZ WALTZ
011
60's SOUL
008
FOX TROT
012
OLDIES SOUL
009
QUICKSTEP
010
JAZZ COMBO 1
013
60's POP
014
60's SHUFFLE
015
POP SHUFFLE
European
8 Beat
001
SCHLAGER
002
POLKA
001
STRAIGHT 8 BEAT
003
WALTZ 1
002
MELLOW 8 BEAT
004
WALTZ 2
003
GUITAR 8 BEAT
005
SLOW WALTZ
004
FAST 8 BEAT
006
VIENNESE WALTZ
005
8 BEAT
007
FRENCH WALTZ
006
OLDIES 8 BEAT
008
SERENADE
007
60's 8 BEAT
16 Beat
001
16 BEAT
002
FUNK 16 BEAT
009
TANGO
010
MARCH 1
011
MARCH 2
Latin
003
16 BEAT SHUFFLE
001
BOSSA NOVA
004
FUNK SHUFFLE
002
SLOW BOSSA NOVA
005
LATIN FUSION
Rock
003
BEGUINE
004
SAMBA 1
001
STRAIGHT ROCK
005
SAMBA 2
002
SHUFFLE ROCK
006
MAMBO
003
6/8 ROCK
007
RHUMBA
004
SHUFFLE BLUES
008
CHA-CHA-CHA
005
SLOW BLUES
009
MERENGUE
006
ROCK BLUES
010
BOLERO
007
6/8 BLUES
011
SALSA 1
008
EP BLUES
012
SALSA 2
009
R&B
013
REGGAE
010
SOFT ROCK
014
POP REGGAE
011
LATIN ROCK
015
SKA
012
ORGAN ROCK
016
REGGAETON 1
013
70's PIANO ROCK
017
REGGAETON 2
014
ROCK
018
CUMBIA
015
60's ROCK 1
019
CALYPSO
016
60's ROCK 2
020
FORRO
017
OLDIES ROCK
021
PAGODE
018
SLOW ROCK
022
BANDA
019
ROCK & ROLL
023
PASILLO
020
50's PIANO ROCK
024
ARGENTINE CUMBIA
021
50's ROCK
025
PUNTA
022
NEW ORLNS R&R
026
BACHATA
Dance
World
001
PIANO HIP-HOP
002
HIP-HOP
001
DIXIE
003
DANCE POP
002
TEX-MEX
American
004
DISCO POP
003
FAST GOSPEL
005
TECHNO POP
004
SLOW GOSPEL
006
TRANCE
005
HAWAIIAN
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Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
Rhythm name/
Nombre del ritmo
Spanish/Eastern European
Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
006
Rhythm name/
Nombre del ritmo
SLOW BALLAD 2
006
PASODOBLE
007
R&B BALLAD
007
CAUCASIAN
008
16 BEAT BALLAD
008
RUSSIAN CHANSON 1
009
BRUSH BALLAD
009
RUSSIAN CHANSON 2
010
POP BALLAD
010
POLISH WALTZ
Arabic/Oriental
011
PIANO WALTZ BALLAD
012
90's 6/8 BALLAD
011
MALFOUF
013
6/8 BALLAD 1
012
BALADI
014
6/8 BALLAD 2
013
KHALIJI
015
EASY LISTENING BALLAD
014
ADANI
016
UNPLUGGED BALLAD
015
MUS
017
ROCK BALLAD 1
016
SIRTAKI
018
ROCK BALLAD 2
019
6/8 ROCK BALLAD
017
BHANGRA
020
OLDIES BALLAD
Indian
018
DADRA
019
GARBA
001
PIANO 8 BEAT
020
KEHARWA
002
PIANO BALLAD 1
021
DANDIYA
003
PIANO BALLAD 2
022
TEEN TAAL
004
EP BALLAD 1
023
BHAJAN
005
EP BALLAD 2
006
BLUES BALLAD
024
GUANGDONG
007
JAZZ COMBO 2
Chinese
Piano Rhythms
025
JIANGNAN
008
JAZZ COMBO 3
026
BEIJING
009
RAGTIME
027
DONGBEIYANGGE
010
BOOGIE-WOOGIE
028
JINGJU
011
PIANO ROCK & ROLL
029
HUANGMEIXI
012
ARPEGGIO 1
030
QINQIANG
013
ARPEGGIO 2
031
YUJU
014
ARPEGGIO 3
032
YAOZU
015
PIANO MARCH 1
033
DAIZU
016
PIANO MARCH 2
034
MIAOZU
017
STRIDE PIANO
035
MENGGU
018
WALTZ 3
036
XINJIANG
019
WALTZ 4
037
ZANGZU
020
WALTZ 5
038
CHINESE POP
Southeast Asian
039
KRONCONG
040
DANGDUT
Japanese
041
ENKA
• The rhythms of Piano Rhythms 011 to 020 do not
sound unless a chord is being played.
Country
001
MODERN COUNTRY
002
COUNTRY 8 BEAT
003
COUNTRY 16 BEAT
004
COUNTRY BALLAD
005
COUNTRY SHUFFLE 1
006
COUNTRY SHUFFLE 2
007
FINGER PICKING COUNTRY
008
COUNTRY WALTZ
009
BLUEGRASS
• Los ritmos de piano 011 a 020 no suenan a menos
que se toque un acorde.
Various
001
CHRISTMAS SONG
002
CHRISTMAS WALTZ
003
SCREEN SWING
004
SYMPHONY
005
STR QUARTET
Ballad
001
PIANO ROCK BALLAD
002
90's BALLAD
003
MODERN BALLAD
004
ELECTRIC BALLAD
005
SLOW BALLAD 1
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Music Preset List/Lista de preajustes musicales
Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
Preset Name/
Nombre de preajuste
Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
Pops
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
Soft Pop
Winter Pop
Oldies Pop
Alpine Flora
Gypsy
Rain Pop
Movie Waltz
Funky Pop
Love Pop
60's Pop
Rising Sun
Pop Ska
Weep Blues
Cartoon
Carol
My Life
Blue Love
Xmas Pop
Shuffle Pop1
Shuffle Pop2
70's Soul
70's Pop
West Coast
Bossa Pop
Radio Pop
Crazy Roll
80's Pop 1
80's Pop 2
UK Pop 1
UK Pop 2
A Feeling
Calling
80's EuroPop
The World
Mexican Pop
Guitar Pop
90's Pop
Wonder
Modern Pop 1
Modern Pop 2
MdrnPopRock
Basic 1
Basic 2
Basic 3
Basic 4
Basic 5
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
Funky Disco
Funky Clavi
Disco Soul
70's Disco
Disco Lady
Staying
Up&Down
80's Disco
80'sDancePop
Bb Girl
Blv Disco
Lady Jam
Into Your H
Euro Pop
Modern Dance
Trance
ShuffleDance
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
50's Rock 1
50's Rock 2
Heartache
EP R&R
Pop R&B
60's Rock 1
60's Rock 2
60's Rock 3
60's Rock 4
60's Rock 5
Get Rock
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
Honky Rock
Wild Rock
Alligator
Movie Rock
Pop Rock
16Bt Shuffle
Heat Up
Hard Rock
Grunge Rock
Modern Rock
R&R
Piano R&R
Blues
8 Bars Blues
Riff Rock 1
Riff Rock 2
Riff Rock 3
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
My Swing
Your Things
Angel
Time Passes
Piano Trio
Goodbye
Marine Dance
Vine Days
TraneChanges
RhythmChange
Swing Mood
The Big Mood
Brown Jug
Jazz Club
All Day Long
Avenue
Big Band 1
Big Band 2
Jazz Waltz 1
Jazz Waltz 2
Jazz Waltz 3
Mode Jazz
Tea Time
Welcome Home
Jazz Opera
NY City
Soul & Jazz
Loneliness
Foggy
Moon Swing
Jazz Ballad1
Jazz Ballad2
Jazz Ballad3
PatheticTrip
Night Sky
Twilight
Blues in F
Blues in Bb
Blues in C
II-V
II-V-I
Minor Blues
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
Canon
Air G String
Je Te Veux
Adagio
Spring
Ave Maria
JesusBleibet
Symphony 25
Symphony 40
HungriaDance
Eine Kleine
Pathetique
Moonlight
PstlSymphony
Ode To Joy
Le Cygne
Jazz
Dance
Rock
Preset Name/
Nombre de preajuste
Classic
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Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
Preset Name/
Nombre de preajuste
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
Swan Lake
Valse Fleurs
Habanera
Nocturne
Etude
FrenchCancan
FantaisieImp
Humoresque
Pavane
Hope & Glory
Moldau
FromNewWorld
Reverie
Nutcracker
Liebestraume
Gymnopedies
Jupiter
Entertainer
MapleLeafRag
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
Michael Row
GrndpasClock
Troika
AuldLangSyne
Aloha Oe
O Sole Mio
Furusato
SzlaDziweczk
Battle Hymn
Condor
ScarboroFair
Danny Boy
Greensleeves
Annie Laurie
AmazingGrace
WeWishU Xmas
Silent Night
Joy To World
YankeeDoodle
Clarnt Polka
TaRaRaBoom
Double Eagle
Blauen Donau
Yellow Rose
BeautDreamer
Trad
Latin
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
Country
001
002
003
Satellite
Rio
Aqua
Single
Sea Shore
Poor Pitch
Mountain
Heartless
Carnival
Mythology
Tico-Tico
Beguine
Amapola
La Paloma
Banana Boat
Peanut
A Cup Of
Jamaica
60's Movie 1
60's Movie 2
The No.5
Everyday
Kiss Me
El Tango
El Choclo
Reggae 1
Reggae 2
Pop Reggae 1
Pop Reggae 2
Latin Rock 1
Latin Rock 2
Modern Latin
Group
Number/
Número de
grupo
Preset Name/
Nombre de preajuste
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
70's Country
60's Folk
Tree
A Friend
Cowboy
Country Bld1
Country Bld2
Country Bld3
CountryWaltz
Mdrn Country
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
Love Ballad
R&B Ballad
Soul Ballad
Blues Ballad
MovieBallad1
MovieBallad2
MovieBallad3
Xmas Ballad
Love Me
Oldies Bld 1
Oldies Bld 2
Oldies Bld 3
Oldies Bld 4
E World
Guitar Bld 1
Guitar Bld 2
Moon Waltz
Theme
Paradise
60's Ballad1
60's Ballad2
Baroque Bld
FrenchBallad
Everywhere
Wonderful
70's Ballad1
70's Ballad2
70's Ballad3
My Song
Peace
Without
Soundtrack
Soft Ballad
Memories
Minor Ballad
Pop Ballad 1
Pop Ballad 2
PianoBallad1
PianoBallad2
Musical Bld
R Ballad
Love Song
80's Ballad1
80's Ballad2
80's Ballad3
80's Ballad4
Friends
Rock Ballad1
Rock Ballad2
Two Flames
90's Ballad1
90's Ballad2
90's Ballad3
90's SoulBld
I Always
6/8 Ballad
Wind Ballad
90's 6/8 Bld
My Ballad
MdrnSoulBld1
MdrnSoulBld2
Mdrn Pf Bld
Rap Ballad
Dance Ballad
MdrnRock Bld
Slow Ballad
90's R&B Bld
Ballad
US Folk 1
US Folk 2
50's Country
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Appendix/Apéndice
Fingering Guide/Guía de digitación
Fingered 1, Fingered 2 Chords/Acordes Fingered 1, Fingered 2
C
C6 *1 *3
Cm
Cm6 *2 *3
Cdim
Cadd9
Caug *3
Cmadd9
C 5
C69 *3
Csus4 *3
Cm69 *3
Csus2 *3
C7 ( 9)
C7
C7 (9)
Cm7 *3
C7 ( 9)
C7 ( 11)
CM7
CmM7
C7 ( 13)
Cdim7 *3
C7 (13)
CdimM7
Cm7 (9)
C7 5 *3
Cm7 (11) *3
Cm7 5 *3
CM7 (9)
CM7 5
CmM7 (9)
Caug7
and 5th only) *
C5 (Root
(La raíz y la 5ta. solamente) *4
CaugM7
C8 (La raíz solamente o la raíz más la
4
(Root only, or root plus octave) *4
octava) *4
C7sus4
*1 With Fingered 2, interpreted as Am7.
b
*2 With Fingered 2, interpreted as Am7 5.
*3 Inverted form not supported in some cases.
*4 Full Range Chord not supported.
*1 Con Fingered 2, se interpreta como Am7.
*2 Con Fingered 2, se interpreta como Am7b5.
*3 En algunos casos no se puede usar de forma invertida.
*4 No es compatible con Full Range Chord.
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Appendix/Apéndice
Fingered 3, Full Range Chords/
Acordes Fingered 3, Full Range
In addition to the chords that can be fingered with
Fingered 1 and Fingered 2, the following chords also
are recognized.
Además de los acordes que se pueden digitar con
Fingered 1 y Fingered 2, también se pueden reconocer
los siguientes acordes.
C # D F F# G A b A B b C #m Dm Fm
C
C
C
C C C C C C C C
F#m Gm Abm Am B bm Bm C#dim Ddim
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Fdim F#din Gdim Abdin Adin Bdin A b7 F7
C
C
Fm7 FM7
C
C
C
AbM7
C
C
C
C
C
#
b
b
5
F m7 Gm7 A add9
C
C
C
C
• With Fingered 3, the lowest note fingered is
interpreted as the base note. Inverted forms are not
supported.
• With Full Range Chord, when the lowest fingered is
a certain distance from the neighboring note, the
chord is interpreted as a fraction chord.
• Unlike Fingered 1, 2, and 3, Full Range Chord
requires pressing of at least three keys to form a
chord.
• Con Fingered 3, la nota más baja digitada se
interpreta como nota base. No se pueden usar
formas invertidas.
• Con Full Range Chord, cuando la nota digitada más
baja se encuentre a cierta distancia de la nota
adyacente, el acorde se interpreta como un acorde
bitonal.
• A diferencia de Fingered 1, 2, y 3, Full Range Chord
requiere la pulsación de tres teclas como mínimo
para formar un acorde.
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Appendix/Apéndice
Parameter List/Lista de parámetros
Refer to this column in the table below:/
Vea esta columna de la siguiente tabla:
To check this setting item:/Para comprobar este elemento de ajuste:
Setting items that are always saved when power is turned off/
Elementos de ajuste que se almacenan siempre al cortar la alimentación
1
When “On” is selected for the “Auto Resume” setting (page EN-46), setting items that are
restored to those in effect the last time power was turned off/
Cuando se selecciona “On” para el ajuste “Auto Resume” (página ES-46), los elementos de
ajuste se restablecen a los que estaban en efecto la última vez que se desconectó la alimentación
2
Setting items stored by Registration (page EN-27)./
Elementos de ajuste que se almacenan mediante Registro (página ES-27).
3
Setting items changed by One Touch Preset (page EN-23)./
Elementos de ajuste que se modifican mediante Preajuste de un toque (página ES-23).
4
Setting items changed when a Grand Piano tone is selected (page EN-14)./
Elementos de ajuste que se modifican cuando se seleccionan tonos de piano de cola (página ES-14).
5
Setting items changed by Music Preset (page EN-26)./
Elementos de ajuste que se modifican mediante Preajuste musical (página ES-26).
6
Setting Item/
Elemento de ajuste
1
2
3
4
5
6
System Setting
O
Speaker
2
3
4
5
Fine Tune
1
O
O
O
O
6
O
Bend Range
O
O
O
O
O
Reverb Send
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Chorus Send
O
O
O
O
O
Touch Off Velocity
O
O
Delay Send
O
O
O
O
O
Metronome Count
O
Part On/Off
Accomp Freeze
O
Effect
Tuning
O
Brilliance
O
O
O
O
O
Temperament
O
Reverb Type
O
O
O
O
O
Temperament Base Note
O
Chorus Type
O
O
O
O
O
Accomp Temperament
O
Delay Type
O
O
O
O
O
Stretch Tuning
O
Rhythm
Rhythm No
O
O*1
O
O
Accomp On/Off
O
O*1
O
O
Chord input Type
O
O*1
External Speaker
O
Setting Item/
Elemento de ajuste
Touch Response
O
Brightness
O
Operation Lock
Auto Resume
N.Gate Thrash
O
O
Synchro state
Duet
O
O*3
O
O
O
O
O
O
Tempo
O
O*1
Accomp Part on/off
O
O*1
O
O
O
O
Octave
O
O
Harmonize on/off
O
O
O
O
Duet Pan
O
O
Harmonize Type
O
O
O
O
Auto Chord
O
O*1
O
O
Music Preset Key Shift
O
O*1
Upper 2 Pedal
O
O
Music Preset
Lower 1 Pedal
O
O
Balance
Lower 2 Pedal
O
O
Accomp Volume
O
Bend Range
O
O
MIDI Volume
O
On/Off
O
O
O*1
Controller
Upper 1 Pedal
Keyboard Volume
O
Audio Volume
O
Accomp Out
O
Metronome Volume
O
Chord Judge
O
Other
Hi-Res Vel Out
O
Registration Bank
Keyboard Channel
Local Control
MIDI In Port
O
O*1*2
O
MIDI
O
O*2
O*1
O
*1 Not changed when Accomp Freeze is enabled.
*2 Recalls chord progression stored to the applicable number.
*3 Selecting a Music Preset exits the Duet Mode.
O
Main/Tone Setting
Split Point
O
Transpose
O
O
O
Part On/Off
O
O
O
O
O
Part Octave
O
O
O
O
O
Mixer (Mixer setting for Part 1 to Part 5 of Port A/
Ajuste del mezclador de la Parte 1 a la Parte 5 del puerto A)
Tone
O
O
O
O
O
Volume
O
O
O
O
O
Pan
O
O
O
O
O
Coarse Tune
O
O
O
O
O
*1 No se modifica con “Accomp Freeze” (Acompañamiento
congelado) habilitado.
*2 Llama la progresión de acordes correspondiente al número
aplicable.
*3 Si se selecciona un preajuste musical se sale del modo dúo.
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7sus4
augM7
aug7
M7 5
m7 5
7 5
dimM7
dim7
mM7
M7
m7
7
sus2
sus4
5
aug
dim
m
M
Chord
Type
C
C /(D)
D
(D)/E
E
F
Chord Example List/Lista de ejemplos de acordes
F /(G)
G
(G)/A
A
(A)/B
B
Appendix/Apéndice
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Root
C
C /(D)
D
(D)/E
E
F
F /(G)
G
(G)/A
A
• Since the chord input range is limited, this model may not support some of the chords shown above.
• Debido a que el rango de entrada de acordes es limitado, es posible que este modelo no admita algunos de los acordes mostrados arriba.
8
5
mM7 (9)
M7 (9)
m7 (11)
m7 (9)
7 (13)
7 ( 13)
7 ( 11)
7 ( 9)
7 (9)
7 ( 9)
m69
69
madd9
add9
m6
6
Chord
Type
(A)/B
B
Appendix/Apéndice
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Appendix/Apéndice
Part and MIDI Channel
Assignments/
Asignaciones de las partes y
de los canales MIDI
■ Port A: Keyboard, Auto Accompaniment
play, other/
Puerto A: Teclado, reproducción del
acompañamiento automático, otros
Part No./
Nº de la
parte
MIDI Channel/
Canal MIDI *1
Function/Función
■ Port C: MIDI Recorder solo track playback/
Puerto C: Reproducción de solo pista del
grabador MIDI
Part No./
Nº de la
parte
MIDI Channel/
Canal MIDI *1
Function/Función
1
In:1
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 1
2
In:2
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 2
3
In:3
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 3
4
In:4
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 4
5
In:5
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 5
6
In:6
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 6
7
In:7
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 7
8
In:8
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 8
9
In:9
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 9
10
In:10
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 10
11
In:11
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 11
1
In:1 Out:01 *2
Upper1
2
In:2 Out:02
Upper2
12
In:12
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 12
3
In:3 Out:03
Lower1
13
In:13
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 13
4
In:4 Out:04
Lower2
14
In:14
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 14
5
In:5 Out:05
Auto Harmonize
15
In:15
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 15
6
In:6
–
16
In:16
MIDI Recorder Solo Track 16
7
In:7
–
8
In:8
Metronome
9
In:9 Out:9
Accomp Percussion *3
10
In:10 Out:10
Accomp Drum *3
11
In:11 Out:11
Accomp Bass *3
12
In:12 Out:12
Accomp Chord1 *3
13
In:13 Out:13
Accomp Chord2 *3
14
In:14 Out:14
Accomp Chord3 *3
15
In:15 Out:15
Accomp Chord4 *3
16
In:16 Out:16
Accomp Chord5 *3
■ Port B: MIDI Recorder system track
playback/
Puerto B: Reproducción de la pista del
sistema del grabador MIDI
Part No./
Nº de la
parte
MIDI Channel/
Canal MIDI *1
*1 The port that accepts MIDI In messages depends on the
MIDI In port setting.
*2 The MIDI Out channel number of Port A Part 1 depends
on the keyboard channel setting.
*3 Also used for Auto Accompaniment play by MIDI
Recorder system track playback.
*1 El puerto que acepta los mensajes de entrada MIDI
depende del ajuste del puerto de entrada MIDI.
*2 El número del canal de salida MIDI del Puerto A Parte 1
depende del ajuste del canal del teclado.
*3 También se utiliza para la ejecución del acompañamiento
automático mediante la reproducción de la pista del
sistema del grabador MIDI.
Function/Función
1
In:1
MIDI Recorder System Track Upper1
2
In:2
MIDI Recorder System Track Upper2
3
In:3
MIDI Recorder System Track Lower1
4
In:4
MIDI Recorder System Track Lower2
5
In:5
MIDI Recorder System Track Auto
Harmonize
6
In:6
–
7
In:7
–
8
In:8
–
9
In:9
–
10
In:10
–
11
In:11
–
12
In:12
–
13
In:13
–
14
In:14
–
15
In:15
–
16
In:16
–
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Key’s
Ch’s
After
Touch
Control
Change
Pitch Bender
Note ON
Note OFF
Velocity
True voice
0,32
1
5
6, 38
7
10
11
16
17
18
19
64
65
66
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
O
O
X
X
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
X 8nH v = 64
0 - 127
Mode 3
X
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode
Note
Number
1 - 16
1 - 16
Default
Changed
Transmitted
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
X 9nH v = 0, 8nH v =**
0 - 127
0 - 127*1
Mode 3
X
1 - 16
1 - 16
Recognized
Bank select
Modulation
Portamento Time
Data entry LSB, MSB*2
Volume
Pan
Expression
DSP Parameter0*2
DSP Parameter1*2
DSP Parameter2*2
DSP Parameter3*2
Damper
Portamento Switch
Sostenuto
S f
Version : 1.0
Remarks
** : no relation
** : sin relación
MIDI Implementation Chart
Basic
Channel
Function
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O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
67
76
77
78
80
81
82
83
84
88
91
93
94
100, 101
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Remarks
O
O
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
0 - 127
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
X 9nH v = 0, 8nH v =**
0 - 127
0 - 127*1
Mode 3
X
1 - 16
1 - 16
Recognized
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
*2
Soft pedal
Vibrato rate
Vibrato depth
Vibrato delay
DSP Parameter4*2
DSP Parameter5*2
DSP Parameter6*2
DSP Parameter7*2
Portamento Control
High resolution velocity prefix*3
Reverb send
Chorus send
Delay send
RPN LSB, MSB*2
Bank select
Modulation
Portamento Time
Data entry LSB, MSB*2
Volume
Pan
Expression
DSP Parameter0*2
DSP Parameter1*2
DSP Parameter2*2
DSP Parameter3*2
Damper
Portamento Switch
Sostenuto
O : Yes
X : No
Version : 1.0
Remarks
*1 : Depende del tono
*2 : Si desea más información, vea Implementación MIDI en http://world.casio.com/.
*3 : Nota activada solamente
*1 : Depends on tone
*2 : For details, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/.
*3 : Note on only
O
O
X
O
X
X
: All sound off
: Reset all controller
: Local ON/OFF
: All notes OFF
: Active Sense
: Reset
Aux
Messages
O
O
: Clock
: Commands
System
Real Time
X
X
X
: Song Pos
: Song Sel
: Tune
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
O
0,32
1
5
6, 38
7
10
11
16
17
18
19
64
65
66
O
X
X
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
X 8nH v = 64
0 - 127
System
Common
System Exclusive
Program
Change
Control
Change
:True #
Key’s
Ch’s
After
Touch
Pitch Bender
Note ON
Note OFF
Velocity
True voice
Mode 3
X
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode
Note
Number
1 - 16
1 - 16
Default
Changed
Transmitted
Basic
Channel
Function
Model CGP-700
CGP-700
EN/ES
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USER’S GUIDE
GUÍA DEL USUARIO
Español
Please keep all information for future reference.
Guarde toda información para tener como referencia futura.
Safety Precautions
Before trying to use the Digital Piano, be sure to
read the separate “Safety Precautions”.
Precauciones de seguridad
Antes de intentar usar el piano digital, asegúrese
de leer las “Precauciones de seguridad” separadas.
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