USER`S GUIDE (Tutorial) - Support

USER`S GUIDE (Tutorial) - Support
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PX- 5S
USER’S GUIDE (Tutorial)
● Before using this Digital Piano for the first time, be
sure to read the separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics)
to familiarize yourself with basic operations.
PX5S-E-2A
Contents
General Guide........................... E-2
Reference ................................E-42
Read the Separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics) ! ........... E-4
Power On Precaution!................................................. E-4
“WriteError” Message ................................................. E-4
Zone, Part, MIDI Receive Channel, and Tone
Relationships .............................................................. E-5
Controlling Sounds ..................................................... E-8
Tone List ................................................................... E-42
Drum Assignment List ............................................... E-46
Arpeggio Type List .................................................... E-49
Wave List .................................................................. E-49
Instrument List........................................................... E-51
Operations Common to
All Modes (Tutorial).................. E-9
MIDI Implementation Chart
Using the Knobs for Input ........................................... E-9
Using Built-in Tones
(Tutorial).................................. E-10
To edit a tone............................................................ E-10
To change the name of a tone.................................. E-10
Applying Effects to Notes.......................................... E-18
Sounding Arpeggios
Automatically (Tutorial) ......... E-24
To play a recorded phrase as an arpeggio ............... E-24
To select a different arpeggio for each zone ............ E-25
To turn the arpeggio for a specific zone on or off ..... E-25
Editing an Arpeggio .................................................. E-25
Clearing Arpeggio Step Data .................................... E-28
Renaming an Arpeggio ............................................. E-28
Recording and Playing Back
Phrases (Tutorial)................... E-29
Recording with the Phrase Sequencer ..................... E-29
Mixer Settings When Playing Back a Song .............. E-29
To change the tempo when playing back a song ..... E-30
To clear a track or initialize a song ........................... E-30
Using the Stage Setups
(Tutorial).................................. E-31
To edit a stage setup ................................................ E-31
Other Useful Functions
(Tutorial).................................. E-36
System Settings........................................................ E-36
Using the Mixer......................................................... E-36
Adjusting the Touch Sensitivity................................. E-38
Stage Setup Filter ..................................................... E-38
Using MIDI ................................................................ E-39
Digital Piano Information........................................... E-41
Company and product names used in this
manual may be registered trademarks of others.
E-1
General Guide
1
2
3
4
bk
6
bm
bn
cm
cn
dl
dm
dn
do
dp
dq
en
dr
ds
dt
ek
el
em
ep
Back
7
bo
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8
9
bp
bq
cp
cq
br
cr
eq
bt
ck
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fm
fp
fo
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dk
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fn
fl
bs
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fk
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E-2
bl
5
fq
General Guide
• This manual uses the numbers and names below to refer to buttons and controllers.
1 BENDER wheel
2 MODULATION wheel
dk ZONE/PART/STEP/TRACK, –/+ buttons
Display
3 K1 through K4 knobs
dl BANK, INITIALIZE button
4 S1 slider
dm 0, DELETE button
5 S2 slider
dn 1, INSERT button
6 S3 slider
do 2 button
7 S4 slider
dp 3 button
8 S5 slider
dq 4 button
9 S6 slider
dr EXIT button
bk P (POWER) button
ds 5, u button
bl VOLUME controller
dt 6, w button
bm SYS SETTING button
ek 7, q button
bn ARPEGGIO button
el 8, i button
bo PIANO button
em 9, ENTER button
bp ELEC PIANO button
en NUM KEY button
bq ORGAN button
eo –/NO, +/YES buttons
br STRINGS/BRASS button
ep EDIT button
bs GUITAR/BASS button
eq WRITE button
bt SYNTH/VARIOUS button
er AUDIO RECORDER, MEDIA button
ck DRUMS button
es USB flash drive port
cl HEX LAYER button
et USB port
cm EFFECT, SONG button
fk DAMPER/PEDAL1, PEDAL2 jacks
cn DSP, REW button
fl MIDI OUT/THRU, IN terminals
co SYSTEM, FF button
fm LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks
cp MASTER, PAUSE button
fn DC 12V terminal
cq PHRASE button
fo LINE IN R, L/MONO jacks
cr START/STOP button
fp PHONES jacks
cs RECORD button
fq AUDIO IN jack
ct TEMPO, TAP button
E-3
General Guide
Read the Separate USER’S
GUIDE (Basics) !
Before using this Digital Piano for the first time, be sure
to read the separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics) to
familiarize yourself with basic operations.
Power On Precaution!
When turning on power, make sure neither of the
pedals (connected to Pedal 1 and/or Pedal 2) is
depressed when you press the bk (P) button. Turning
on power while a pedal is depressed may cause
problems with effects.
• If you experience such problems, turn off power,
make sure a pedal is not depressed, and turn power
back on again.
“WriteError” Message
If you should ever get a “WriteError” (data write error)
message on the display when you try to save data in
Digital Piano memory, make a note of the numeric
code displayed in the message. The code indicates the
cause of the error and what you need to do to correct it.
Code
Cause
–4
Battery power • Connect the AC adaptor.
is low.
• Replace the batteries.
–1, –2, –3, Data writing
–5, –6
failed for
some reason.
E-4
Action
• Try saving the data again.
• Return the Digital Piano to its
initial factory default settings.
Important!
Your user data will be deleted
when you return the Digital
Piano to its initial factory
default settings.
General Guide
Zone, Part, MIDI Receive Channel, and Tone Relationships
The tones of this Digital Piano are made up of the 16 parts shown below, plus externally input parts.
■ Relationship between Zones, Parts, and Tones
Selectable Tone Categories
MIDI Receive
from External
Source
(page E-39)
Song
Sequencer
O
O
O
–
O
O
O
O
–
–
O
O
O
O
–
O
O
Part
Number
Piano
Melody
Tones
Drum Sounds
Hex Layer
Zone Part 1*
01
O
O
O
Zone Part 2
02
O
O
Zone Part 3
03
O
Zone Part 4
04
O
Part Name
---
05 - 16
–
External Input
–
Sound input via fo (LINE IN R, L/MONO) and fq (AUDIO IN) on the back of the
Digital Piano (page E-36)
* About zones and zone parts
Keyboard, pedal, button, and other operations not only affect the Digital Piano’s tones, they are also sent as
MIDI data and affect any external device (electronic musical instrument or computer) connected to the Digital
Piano. Because of this, parameter setting areas called “zones” are used to configure common settings for
internal and external use. The sound source parts inside the Digital Piano are called “zone parts”. For example,
if you select a tone for the Digital Piano’s Zone 2, that tone is used for the internal sound source’s Zone 2 and
for the part that corresponds to MIDI Channel 2 of the external device.
• You can change the relationships between zones and MIDI data send channels, if you want (page E-31).
Digital Piano Internal Sound Source
Zone Part 1
Zone Part 2
Zone Part 3
Zone Part 4
Zone 1
Setting
Zone 2
Setting
Zone 3
Setting
Zone 4
Setting
External Device
(MIDI
Channel 1)
(MIDI
Channel 2)
(MIDI
Channel 3)
(MIDI
Channel 4)
You can perform using four tones at the same time. You also can use “stage setups” to register tone, phrase
sequencer, and other Digital Piano setups for quick and simple recall while you are performing.
E-5
General Guide
Data Configuration and Relationships
100 × User
Stage Setting
Copy
Link
1 × Temporary
Stage Setting
Common
180 × User / 300 × Preset
20 × User / 20 × Preset
Zone1
Tone
DSP
Tone
Hex Layer
Arpeggio
Phrase#
Drum Set
Drum Set
DSP
Zone2
150 × User / 50 × Preset
Tone
Hex Layer
Arpeggio
Phrase#
Hex Layer
DSP
Zone3
Tone
Arpeggio
Phrase#
Zone4
100 × User / 100 × Preset
Tone
Arpeggio
Arpeggio
Phrase#
Phrase Sequencer Memory
Phrase
000
Phrase
001
Phrase
002
Phrase
999 (Max)
10 × User
Song
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Track1
Phrase#
Phrase#
Phrase#
Phrase#
Track2
Phrase#
Phrase#
Phrase#
Phrase#
Track8
Phrase#
Phrase#
Phrase#
Phrase#
Cell1
Cell2
Cell3
Cell999
General Guide
In the case of an internal sound source, various types of editing can be performed to create sounds by selecting a
DSP, configuring DSP settings, editing tones, etc. The signals following tone creation are collected together and then
output via equalizers that enable adjustment using common master effects.
Delay Send
DSP
Tone
Generator
Stereo
Reverb Send
Resonance
On/Off
Post DSP Pan *2
(Only Pan
Position= Post’)
Resonance
Return
’
String
Resonance
Send
String
Resonance
Damper
Resonance
Send
Damper
Resonance
Chorus Return
’
Pre DSP Pan *1
(Only Pan
Position= Pre’)
Mono
Chorus Send
Part1-4
Volume
System
Chorus
*1 Pre DSP Pan can be used only
when the DSP Pan Position is
“Pre”.
*2 Post DSP Pan can be used
only when the DSP Pan
Position is “Post”.
Chorus sent to Reverb
Chorus sent to Delay
Chorus Send
System
Delay
Delay Return
Delay sent to Reverb
Reverb Return
Part5-16
System
Reverb
Tone
Generator
Master
EQ
Comp position
Pre EQ / Post EQ
Master
Compressor
LINE OUT
Volume/Pan
Delay Send
Reverb Send
Master
Compressor
Master
EQ
Master Volume
LINE IN
Volume
AUDIO IN
E-7
General Guide
Controlling Sounds
You can use controllers (pedals, wheels, knobs, and
sliders) to instantly change the pitch and volume of
notes, the envelope, and other parameters as you
perform (page E-34).
• Two targets can be specified for a single controller.
For example, configuring the settings below would
make it possible to change the balance between
layers with a single slider.
1) Select Layer 1 Volume as Target 1 of Slider 1
(page E-35), and specify a minimum value (Min
Value) of 0 and a maximum value (Max Value)
of 127.
2) Select Layer 2 Volume as Target 2 of Slider 1,
and specify a minimum value (Min Value) of 127
and a maximum value (Max Value) of 0.
Using the Modulation Wheel, Knobs and
Sliders
A 2 (MODULATION) wheel, 3 knobs (K1 through
K4), and 4 sliders (S1) through 9 (S6) can be used to
adjust volume, effects, the elements that make up
tones, and other factors.
2
3
Using a Pedal
You can configure a pedal so depressing it sustains a
tone, applies a softening effect, or to change parameters
assigned to the pedal.
• The pedal can be configured so its on/off status
causes gradual increase or decrease of sound
volume. For more information, see “On Rate” and
“Off Rate” (page E-35).
• You can specify the effect applied by selecting the
following in the Stage Setup Editable Parameters:
Pedal1-2 Edit > Ent. See page E-35 for more
information.
Using the Bender Wheel
The 1 (BENDER) wheel can be configured so it
seamlessly raises or lowers the pitch of notes whenever
it is rotated.
Raises or lowers pitch.
The wheel returns to its neutral
position automatically when
released.
1 (BENDER) wheel operation can change pitch
only within the bend range.
• You can configure the bend range of the 1
(BENDER) wheel by configuring the following
settings in the Stage Setup Editable Parameters:
“Bend Range Down”, “Bend Range Up” (page E-32).
•
E-8
4
5
6
7
8
9
• You can specify the effect assigned to each of these
controllers using the Stage Setup Editable
Parameters shown below. See page E-35 for more
information.
2 (MODULATION): Modulation Edit > Ent
3 (K1 - K4): Knob1-4 Edit > Ent
4-9 (S1 - S6): Slider1-6 Edit > Ent
Operations Common to All Modes (Tutorial)
3
Using the Knobs for Input
When performing editing screen operations and
configuring system settings, you can use the knobs to
move the cursor around the screen and to input
numbers, values, etc.
To input a number, value, or letter
1.
Rotate 3 (K2) knob.
To move the cursor
1.
Rotate 3 (K1) knob.
• On the arpeggio step editing screen (see “Editing an
Arpeggio” on page E-25), the four knobs control the
settings shown below.
3 (K1) knob
3 (K3) knob
3 (K2) knob
3 (K4) knob
• With the song sequencer, the four knobs correspond
to the settings shown below.
3 (K1) knob
3 (K3) knob
3 (K2) knob
3 (K4) knob
E-9
Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
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You can use the editing procedures explained in this
section to edit tones and apply effects as desired. After
editing a tone, you can give it a name and save it as a
user tone.
• For information about tone editing, see “To edit a
tone” (page E-10).
• For information about applying an effect (DSP and/
or system effect) to a tone, see “Applying Effects to
Notes” (page E-18).
• To change the effects and/or functions assigned to
wheel, knob, and slider operations, see “Using the
Stage Setups (Tutorial)” (page E-31).
To edit a tone
1.
Specify the number of the tone you want to
edit.
2.
Press the ep (EDIT) button.
dk
4.
Use the dt (w) and ek (q) buttons to select
“Tone”, and then press the em (ENTER)
button.
ep
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select a setting item.
• If “>ENT” is on the display, it means that there are
more setting items that can be edited in the operation
you are performing. In this case, pressing the em
(ENTER) button will advance to the next editing
page.
• The setting items that appear on the editing screen
depend on the tone you select.
• For information about editable parameters, see the
explanations about each tone category from “Editable
Melody Tone Parameters” (page E-11) through
“Editable Hex Layer Tone Parameters” (page E-14).
5.
6.
Change parameters as desired.
After you finish with your edits, press the dr
(EXIT) button.
• Press the dr (EXIT) button as many times as required
to return to the screen where you were before you
started editing.
This displays the editing screen.
3.
dr ds dt ek el em
To change the name of a tone
1.
Perform steps 1 through 3 of the procedure
under “To edit a tone”, above.
2.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “NameEdit”, and then
press the em (ENTER) button.
3.
4.
Change the name.
After you finish with your edits, press the dr
(EXIT) button.
• Press the dr (EXIT) button as many times as required
to return to the screen where you were before you
started editing.
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Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
Editable Parameters
• Shaded cells indicate a group made up of multiple setting items. Pressing the em (ENTER) button displays the
setting items of that group.
■ Editable Melody Tone Parameters
Display Text
Description
Settings
Pitch envelope. The editable parameters in this group affect the pitch of
notes.
• The figure below also applied to filter, amp, and other envelopes.
With the pitch envelope, the pitch of the sound corresponds to the
vertical (Level) axis.
• With a hex layer tone envelope, Decay Time can be divided into three
parts and Release Time can be divided into two parts and edited.
• When Decay Level 3 is reached during key release note on, an
immediate transition is made to Release Level 1 without sustain.
• The setting ranges of the parameters below are relative changes
(relative to the presets of the tone) in the case of melody tones and
drum tones. When editing a hex layer tone, they are absolute changes
that have no relation to the presets of the tone.
– Time and level of each envelope
– Rate, depth, delay, rise, modulation depth of LFO (page E-12)
Level
AL
DL
RL
DL1
Pitch >Ent
DL2
RL1
DL3
IL
RL2
AT
DT1
DT2
DT
IL : Initial Level
AT : Attack Time
AL : Attack Level
DT : Decay Time
(DT1: Decay Time 1)
(DT2: Decay Time 2)
(DT3: Decay Time 3)
DL : Decay Level
(DL1: Decay Level 1)
(DL2: Decay Level 2)
(DL3: Decay Level 3)
DT3
RT1
RT2
Time
RT
RT : Release Time
(RT1: Release Time 1)
(RT2: Release Time 2)
RL : Release Level
(RL1: Release Level 1)
(RL2: Release Level 2)
Octave Shift
Octave shift. Changes the tone of notes in octave units.
–2 - 0 - +2
Initial Level
Initial level. Pitch of the sound at initial note on.
–64 - 0 - +63
Attack Time
Attack time. Time it takes until the attack level is reached from the
initial level.
–64 - 0 - +63
Release Time
Release time. Time it takes to reach Release Level after a key is
released.
–64 - 0 - +63
Release Level
Release level. Target level reached immediately after a key is released.
–64 - 0 - +63
Stretch Tune
Stretch tuning. Sharpens high notes and flattens low notes to achieve
stretch tuning. Turn off this setting to play with normal (non-stretch)
tuning.
Off, Piano1, Piano2,
Piano3, Piano4, Piano5,
E.Piano1, E.Piano2
Filter >Ent
Cutoff
Filter. This is a group of editable parameters associated with filters
(tones).
• With this group, the vertical (Level) axis in the pitch envelope
diagram corresponds to how the filter is applied.
• For details about the setting items below, see “Pitch Envelope”.
Initial Level, Attack Time, Release Time, Release Level
Cutoff frequency. Specifies the filter cutoff frequency.
–64 - 0 - +63
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Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
Display Text
Description
Settings
Resonance
Resonance. Specifies the degree of cutoff of the tone in the vicinity of
the cutoff frequency.
Velocity Sense
Velocity sense. Specifies the degree of change in the filter in accordance
–64 - 0 - +63
with change in keyboard playing touch.
Envelope Depth
Envelope depth. Specifies how the envelope is applied.
0 - 127
Attack Level
Attack level. Target level reached immediately after note on.
–64 - 0 - +63
Decay Time
Decay time. Time it takes for the sound to reach the decay level from
the attack level.
–64 - 0 - +63
Decay Level
Decay level. Level the sound is sustained as long as a key or pedal is
depressed.
–64 - 0 - +63
Amp >Ent
–64 - 0 - +63
Amp. This is a group of editable parameters associated with the amp
(volume).
• The vertical (Level) axis in the pitch envelope diagram corresponds
to the volume in the case of this group.
• For details about the setting items below, see “Pitch Envelope”.
Initial Level, Attack Time, Release Time
• For details about the setting items below, see “Filter”, above.
Attack Level, Decay Time, Decay Level
Volume
Volume. Specifies the amp volume.
0 - 127
Velocity Sense
Velocity sense. Specifies the degree of change in volume in accordance
with change in keyboard playing touch.
–64 - 0 - +63
Effect >Ent
Effect. This is a group of editable effect function parameters. For
details, see “Applying Effects to Notes” (page E-18).
DSP Edit >Ent
DSP edit. This is a group of editable effect function DSPs (page E-18).
Press the em (ENTER) button to advance to the DSP editing screen
(page E-18).
Chorus Send
Chorus send. Specifies how chorus (page E-18) is applied to a tone.
0 - 127
Delay Send
Delay send. Specifies how delay (page E-18) is applied to a tone.
0 - 127
Reverb Send
Reverb send. Specifies how reverb (page E-18) is applied to a tone.
0 - 127
LFO >Ent
LFO. This is a group of editable LFO parameters applied to pitch, filter,
and amp.
Wave type. Specifies one of the following wave types to be used for
LFO.
FilterAmpWave is shared by filter and amp.
Pitch Wave
FilterAmpWave
Sin
(sine wave)
Puls 1:3
(square wave 1:3)
Tri
(triangle wave)
Puls 2:2
(square wave 2:2)
Saw up
(sawtooth up
wave)
Puls 3:1
(square wave 3:1)
Refer to the cell to the left.
Saw down
(sawtooth down
wave)
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Pitch Rate
FilterAmpRate
Rate. LFO speed (frequency). FilterAmpRate is shared by filter and
amp.
–64 - 0 - +63
Pitch Depth
Filter Depth
Amp Depth
Depth. Specifies how LFO is applied.
–64 - 0 - +63
Pitch Delay
Filter Delay
Amp Delay
Delay. Specifies the degree of delay in the timing for applying LFO.
–64 - 0 - +63
Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
Display Text
Description
Settings
Pitch Rise
Filter Rise
Amp Rise
Rise. Specifies the time it takes from the start of application of the LFO
until the effect reaches the level specified by Depth, above.
–64 - 0 - +63
Pitch Mod.Depth
Filter Mod.Depth
Amp Mod.Depth
Modulation depth. Specifies how modulation is applied to the LFO.
–64 - 0 - +63
Pan. This is a group of editable parameters associated with the panning
(sound stereo position).
Pan >Ent
Dynamic panning. To reflect changes in panning in the sound being
Dynamic Panning produced, select “On” for this setting. Select “Off” if you do not want
changes reflected.
Pan Position
Panning position. Select “PreDSP” to apply panning before the DSP, or
“PostDSP” to apply panning after the DSP.
Off, On
PreDSP, PostDSP
■ Editable Drum Tone Parameters
Display Text
Description
Settings
Instrument edit. This is a group of editable instruments assigned to
each keyboard.
• Press a keyboard key to specify the key to be edited.
• For details about “DSP Edit”, see “Applying Effects to Notes” (page
E-18).
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Inst Select
Instrument number select. Specifies the number of the drum tone
assigned to each key.
See “Instrument List” at
the back of this manual.
Note Off Mode
Note off mode. Turning on this setting causes note off to be performed
when a key is released.
Off, On
Assign Group
Assign group. Specifies as a value from 1 to 15 which group the
currently selected key should be placed into. Only one keyboard in a
group is sounded at the same time (non-polyphonic).
Off, 1 - 15
Pitch >Ent
Pitch envelope. For details, see the melody tone “Pitch Envelope” on
page E-11.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pitch
Envelope” on page E-11.
Initial Level, Attack Time
Inst Edit >Ent
Coarse
Tune
Coarse tune. Changes the pitch of notes by semitone units.
–24 - 0 - +24
Fine Tune
Fine tune. Fine tunes the pitch of the sound. Lowers the value up to
–256 or raises the value up to +255 in semitone steps.
–256 - 0 - +255
Filter >Ent
Filter. For details, see the melody tone “Filter” on page E-11.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Filter” on page E-11.
Cutoff, Resonance, Envelope Depth, Attack Level, Decay Time,
Decay Level
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pitch
Envelope” on page E-11.
Initial Level, Attack Time
Amp >Ent
Amp. For details, see the melody tone “Amp” on page E-12.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Amp” on page E-12.
Volume
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pitch
Envelope” on page E-11.
Initial Level, Attack Time
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Filter” on page E-11.
Attack Level, Decay Time, Decay Level
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Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
Display Text
Pan
Effect >Ent
DSP
On/Off
Description
Pan. Specifies the stereo position of drum sound.
Settings
–64 - 0 - +63
Effect. This is a group of editable effect function DSPs (page E-18).
Press the em (ENTER) button to advance to the DSP editing screen.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Effect” on page E-12.
Chorus Send, Delay Send, Reverb Send
• Values produced by multiplying send values configured for
instrument-specific effects (Effect >Ent) and send values configured
for global effects (Common Effect >Ent) are batch sent to the system.
• When “DSP On/Off” is turned on (DSP applied), chorus, delay, and
reverb settings can be configured within “Common Effect >Ent”
below.
DSP on/off. Specifies whether or not DSP should be applied to tones.
Common Effect >Ent
Common effect. This is a group of editable effect function parameters.
For details, see the melody tone “Effect” on page E-12.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Effect” on page E-12.
Chorus Send, Delay Send, Reverb Send
Pan >Ent
Pan. This is a group of editable parameters associated with panning
(sound stereo position).
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pan”
on page E-13.
Dynamic Panning, Pan Position
Off, On
■ Editable Hex Layer Tone Parameters
Hex Layer tones have two types of editable parameters: parameters for each of the individual layers (Layer 1
through Layer 6) and parameters that affect all six of the layers.
• The six sliders (4 to 9) and four knobs (3) can be used for quick and easy adjustment of certain settings using
the setting items shown below (page E-8).
Editable Parameters for Individual Layers (Layer 1 through Layer 6)
1.
2.
Select “Layer Edit >Ent” and then press the em (ENTER) button to enter the group.
Use the dk (PART) minus (–) and plus (+) buttons to select the layer number you want to edit.
layer number
• When “ALL” (all layers) is selected as the layer number, an x-mark may be displayed on the left side of the display
showing the part being edited. This indicates that all of the layers do not have the same setting for the currently selected
parameter.
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Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
Editable Parameters
Display Text
Description
Settings
Layer On/Off
Layer on/off. Selecting off disables layer.
Off, On
Wave Number
Wave number. Selects a waveform type.
• Refer to the “Wave List” at the back of this manual for information
about wave types.
See “Wave List” at the
back of this manual.
Pitch >Ent
Pitch envelope. For details, see the melody tone “Pitch Envelope” on
page E-11.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pitch
Envelope” on page E-11. You can input “Initial Level” and “Release
Level” values in the range of –256 to 0 to +255. You can input “Attack
Time” and “Release Time” values in the range of 0 to 127.
Octave Shift, Initial Level, Attack Time, Release Time, Release Level
• For details about the setting items below, see drum tone “Pitch
Envelope” on page E-13.
Coarse Tune, Fine Tune
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Filter” on page E-11. You can input “Attack Level” and “Decay
Level” values in the range of –256 to 0 to +255. You can input a
“Decay Time” in the range of 0 to 127.
Attack Level, Decay Time, Decay Level
Key Follow
Key follow. Adjusts the amount of pitch change between neighboring
keyboard keys. A higher value represents greater change.
–128 - 0 - +127
Key Follow Base
Key follow base. Keyboard key that is the center of key follow.
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Split Shift
Split shift. Counting from the keyboard key that is pressed, the
waveform that sounds is the one assigned to the keyboard key that is
the specified split shift amount above or below the pressed key. The
pitch used is the one that corresponds to the pressed keyboard key.
–12 - 0 - +12
LFO Layer Depth
LFO layer depth. Adjusts how LFO is applied to each layer.
0 - 127
Filter >Ent
Filter. For details, see the melody tone “Filter” on page E-11.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Filter” on page E-11. You can input a value in the range from 0 to
127.
Cutoff, Resonance, Attack Level, Envelope Depth
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pitch
Envelope” on page E-11. You can input a value in the range from 0 to
127.
Initial Level, Attack Time
Filter Type
Filter type. Specifies the range cut by the filter.
LPF1: 6dB/oct filter for low-frequency band components. No
resonance effect. Suitable for acoustic instruments.
LPF2: 12dB/oct filter for low-frequency band components. No
resonance effect. Suitable for acoustic instruments.
LPF3: 12dB/oct filter for low-frequency band components. With
resonance effect. Suitable for synthesized tones.
BPF : 6dB/oct filter for band components in the vicinity of the cutoff
frequency. With resonance effect.
HPF : 12dB/oct filter for high-frequency band components. With
resonance effect.
Velocity Sense
Velocity sense. Specifies the degree of change in the filter in accordance
–64 - 0 - +63
with keyboard press velocity.
Decay 1 Time
Decay 1 time. Time it takes for the sound to reach the decay 1 level
from the attack level.
0 - 127
Decay 1 Level
Decay 1 level. Target level for change from the attack level up to the
Decay 1 level.
0 - 127
Decay 2 Time
Decay 2 time. Time it takes for the sound to reach the Decay 2 level
from the Decay 1 level.
0 - 127
Decay 2 Level
Decay 2 level. Second target level for change from Decay 1 level up to
the Decay 2 level.
0 - 127
Refer to the cell to the left.
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Decay 3 Time
Decay 3 time. Time it takes for the sound to reach the Decay 3 level
from the Decay 2 level.
Decay 3 Level
Decay 3 level. Third target level for change from Decay 2 level up to the
0 - 127
Decay 3 level.
Release 1 Time
Release 1 time. Time it takes to reach Release Level 1 after a key is
released.
0 - 127
Release 1 Level
Release 1 level. Target level reached immediately after a key is
released.
0 - 127
Release 2 Time
Release 2 time. Time it takes to reach Release Level 2 from Release
Level 1.
0 - 127
Release 2 Level
Release 2 level. Second target level reached after a key is released.
0 - 127
Key Follow
Key follow. Adjusts the amount of filter change between neighboring
keyboard keys. A higher value represents greater change.
–128 - 0 - +127
Key Follow Base
Key follow base. Keyboard key that is the center of key follow.
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LFO Layer Depth
LFO layer depth. Adjusts how LFO is applied to each layer.
0 - 127
Amp >Ent
0 - 127
Amp. For details, see the melody tone “Amp” on page E-12.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Amp” on page E-12.
Volume, Velocity Sense
• For details about the setting items below, see the drum tone “Amp”
on page E-13.
Pan
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pitch
Envelope” on page E-11. You can input a value in the range from 0 to
127.
Initial Level, Attack Time
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Filter” on page E-11. You can input a value in the range from 0 to
127.
Attack Level
• For details about the setting items below, see the hex layer “Filter” on
page E-15.
Decay 1 Time, Decay 1 Level, Decay 2 Time, Decay 2 Level,
Decay 3 Time, Decay 3 Level, Release 1 Time, Release 1 Level,
Release 2 Time
Key Follow
Key follow. Adjusts the amount of volume change between
neighboring keyboard keys. A higher value represents greater change.
Key Follow Base
Key follow base. Keyboard key that is the center of key follow.
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LFO Layer Depth
LFO layer depth. Adjusts how LFO is applied to each layer.
0 - 127
Effect >Ent
For details, see the melody tone “Effect” on page E-12.
• For details about the setting items below, see the drum tone “Effect”
on page E-14.
DSP On/Off
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Effect” on page E-12.
Chorus Send, Delay Send, Reverb Send
• Values produced by multiplying send values configured for
instrument-specific effects (Effect>Ent) and send values configured
for global effects (Common Effect>Ent) are batch sent to the system.
• When “DSP On/Off” is turned on (DSP applied), chorus, delay, and
reverb settings can be configured within “Common Effect >Ent”
below.
Key Range Low
Key Range Low. Specifies the lower limit of the enabled keyboard
range. Nothing sounds when any keyboard key below this range is
pressed.
• After pressing the en (NUM KEY) button to enter the number input
mode, you can use the keyboard keys to enter values.
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–128 - 0 - +127
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Description
Settings
Key Range High
Key Range High. Specifies the upper limit of the enabled keyboard
range. Nothing sounds when any keyboard key above this range is
pressed.
• After pressing the en (NUM KEY) button to enter the number input
mode, you can use the keyboard keys to enter values.
C- - G9
VelocityRangeLow
Velocity range low. Specifies the minimum value of the effective
velocity. No sound is produced when playing at a velocity less than
this setting.
0 - 127
VelocityRangeHigh
Velocity range high. Specifies the maximum value of the effective
velocity. No sound is produced when playing at a velocity greater than 0 - 127
this setting.
Start Trigger
Start trigger. Specifies whether a note is sounded when a keyboard key
is pressed (KeyOn) or when a keyboard key is released (KeyOff).
KeyOn, KeyOff
Editable Parameters for All Layers (Layer 1 through Layer 6)
Editable Parameters
• Shaded cells indicate a group made up of multiple parameters. Press the em (ENTER) button to display the setting items that
make up a group.
Display Text
Description
Settings
Init By Wave
Parameter initialization by wave selection. Select “On” to link the
envelope and other parameters when the wave changes or “Off” not to Off, On
link.
Volume
Volume. Overall hex layer volume.
Common Effect >Ent
Common Effect. This is a group of editable effect function parameters.
For details, see the melody tone “Effect” on page E-12.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone
“Effect” on page E-12.
Chorus Send, Delay Send, Reverb Send
LFO >Ent
LFO. This is a group of editable LFO parameters applied to the pitch of
a layered tone. For details, see the melody tone “LFO” on page E-12.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “LFO”
on page E-12. You can input a value in the range from 0 to 127.
Pitch Rate, Pitch Delay, Pitch Rise, Pitch Mod.Depth*, Filter Amp
Rate, Filter Delay, Filter Rise, Filter Mod.Depth*, Amp Delay, Amp
Rise, Amp Mod.Depth*
* Performs same operation as the melody tone setting range (–64 to 0
to +63).
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “LFO”
on page E-12. Note, however, that the setting ranges of Pitch Depth,
Filter Depth, and Amp Depth are –128 to 0 to +127.
Pitch Wave, Filter Amp Wave, Pitch Depth, Filter Depth, Amp Depth
0 - 127
Detune. Causes the tuning of Layers 1 through 6 to be slightly different
from each other. A larger setting value increases the amount of
detuning. The maximum value (31) results in a difference of 100 cents
(semitones) between Layer 1 and Layer 6.
Detune = 31
+50cent
Detune
0 - 31
Layer4 Layer5 Layer6
Detune = 0
Layer1 Layer2 Layer3
−50cent
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Description
Settings
Pitch Lock 1-2
Pitch Lock 3-4
Pitch Lock 5-6
Pitch lock. When this setting is turned on for Layer 2, the Layer 2 pitch
is changed to the same pitch as Layer 1 so both pitches are the same.
The same is true for Layers 3 and 4, and Layers 5 and 6.
Stretch Tune
For details, see the melody tone “Stretch Tune” on page E-11.
KeyOffVel.Mode
Key off velocity mode. Select “KeyOff” to use the key off velocity as the
key off velocity, or “KeyOn” to select the key on velocity. Select “Both” KeyOff, KeyOn, Both
to reflect both (key on and key off) velocities.
Pan >Ent
Pan. This is a group of editable parameters associated with panning
(sound stereo position). For details, see the melody tone “Pan” on page
E-13.
• For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Pan”
on page E-13.
Dynamic Panning, Pan Position
Applying Effects to Notes
Your Digital Piano has three types of effects, each of
which includes the effects described below.
A) Digital Signal Processor (DSP)
A collection of versatile DSP effects help to enhance the
sound of tones. For example, distortion can be applied
to an electric guitar sound to make it sound more
powerful. There are 20 different DSP types, and the
most appropriate one for the selected tone is applied
automatically.
B) System Effects (SYSTEM)
These effects are shared by all Digital Piano parts. The
depth of an effect can be adjusted by specifying the
send level from the part to each system effect.
• Chorus (System Chorus): Combines multiple layers
of the same note to create a sound with more depth.
• Delay (System Delay): Delays the input signal and
feeds it back to create a repeating effect and give
notes more breadth.
• Reverb (System Reverb): Adds reverberation to
make it sound like you are playing in a room or in a
hall.
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Off, On
• Resonance (System Resonance): Simulates the
resonance of acoustic piano strings.
String Resonance (String Reso): Generates resonance
for the strings of keys being pressed.
Damper Resonance (Damper Reso): Generates string
resonance when the damper pedal is pressed.
Note that use of string resonance and damper
resonance is supported only for certain tones.*
* Tones for which the “Reso.Return Level” mixer
parameter (page E-32) setting can be configured.
C) Master Effects (MASTER)
These effects process the Digital Piano master output
signal.
• Equalizer (Master Equalizer (EQ)): Adjusts the
master frequency characteristics. The Master
Equalizer can be used to adjust the frequency and
gain of four frequency bands: low, mid1, mid2, and
high.
• Compressor (Master Compressor): Compresses the
instrument master output signal. This effect can be
used to suppress level dispersion and limit the level
of the input signal so it does not exceed the setting
value.
Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
To apply an effect to a tone
1.
Select the tone to which you want to apply the
effect.
2.
Press the cm (EFFECT, SONG) button as
many times as necessary until the indicator
lamp on the EFFECT side is lit.
3.
Press one of the buttons below, depending
on the type of effect you want to apply.
6.
After you finish with your edits, press the dr
(EXIT) button.
• Press the dr (EXIT) button as many times as required
to return to the screen where you were before you
started editing.
Temporarily Bypassing the DSP
Use the procedure below to temporarily bypass the
DSP and switch the currently selected zone tone to one
without the DSP effect applied.
• You can bypass the DSP for each tone of each zone.
1.
Hold down the cn (DSP) button until its lamp
flashes.
2.
To cancel the bypass, hold down the cn
(DSP) button again until its lamp goes out.
• Note that bypass is canceled even if you change to a
different stage setup.
■ Editable DSP Parameters
A) DSP: cn (DSP) button
B) SYSTEM: co (SYSTEM) button
C) MASTER: cp (MASTER) button
This displays an effect setting screen. The screenshot
below shows the screen when configuring SYSTEM
settings.
• Select “Through” if you want to disable application
of DSP.
• You can select different DSP effects for Parts 1
through 4.
• Parts 5 through 16 do not support use of DSP effects.
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Through
Select this option if you do not want to apply a DSP effect. There are
no parameters that can be set while this option is selected.
01:
• A button lamp will not light when you press the cn
(DSP), co (SYSTEM), or cp (MASTER) button.
• To find out whether an effect is on or off, check the
effect type and setting.
• The effect screen can also be displayed from the stage
setup editing screen (page E-31).
4.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select a setting item.
• For details about editable parameters, see “Editable
DSP Parameters”, “Editable SYSTEM Parameters”,
and “Editable MASTER Parameters”, starting from
page E-19.
• If “>ENT” is on the display, it means that there are
more parameters that can be edited in the operation
you are performing. In this case, pressing the em
(ENTER) button will advance to the next editing
page.
5.
Equalizer
This is a three-band equalizer.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :EQ1 Frequency (1.0k, 1.3k, 1.6k, 2.0k, 2.5k, 3.2k, 4.0k, 5.0k [Hz])
Adjusts the center frequency of Equalizer 1.
2 :EQ1 Gain (–12 to 0 to +12)
Adjusts the gain of Equalizer 1.
3 :EQ2 Frequency (1.0k, 1.3k, 1.6k, 2.0k, 2.5k, 3.2k, 4.0k, 5.0k [Hz])
Adjusts the center frequency of Equalizer 2.
4 :EQ2 Gain (–12 to 0 to +12)
Adjusts the gain of Equalizer 2.
5 :EQ3 Frequency (1.0k, 1.3k, 1.6k, 2.0k, 2.5k, 3.2k, 4.0k, 5.0k [Hz])
Adjusts the center frequency of Equalizer 3.
6 :EQ3 Gain (–12 to 0 to +12)
Adjusts the gain of Equalizer 3.
7 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
8 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
9 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
Note: The Gain value is not a dB value.
Change parameters as desired.
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Compressor
Compresses the input signal, which can have the effect of
suppressing level variation and can make it possible to sustain
dampened sounds longer.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Attack (0 to 127)
Adjusts the attack amount of the input signal. A smaller value
causes prompt compressor operation, which suppresses the attack
of the input signal. A larger values delays compressor operation,
which causes the attack of the input signal to be output as-is.
2 :Release (0 to 127)
Adjusts the time from the point the input signal drops below a
certain level until the compression operation is stopped.
When an attack feeling is desired (no compression at the onset of
sound), set this parameter to as low a value as possible. To have
compression applied at all times, set a high value.
3 :Depth (0 to 0 to 127)
Adjusts compression of the audio signal.
4 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
Output volume changes in accordance with the Depth setting and
the characteristics of the input tone.
5 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
03:
Limiter
Limits the input signal level so it does not rise above a preset level.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Limit (0 to 127)
Adjusts the volume level of the limit at which limiting is applied.
2 :Attack (0 to 127)
Adjusts the attack amount of the input signal.
3 :Release (0 to 127)
Adjusts the time from the point the input signal drops below a
certain level until the limit operation is stopped.
4 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound. Output volume changes in
accordance with the Limit setting and the characteristics of the
input tone. Use this parameter to correct for such changes.
5 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
04:
Enhancer
Enhances the profiles of the low range and high range of the input
signal.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Low Frequency (0 to 127)
Adjusts the low range enhancer frequency.
2 :Low Gain (0 to 127)
Adjusts the low range enhancer gain.
3 :High Frequency (0 to 127)
Adjusts the high range enhancer frequency.
4 :High Gain (0 to 127)
Adjusts the high range enhancer gain.
5 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
6 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
7 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
05:
Early Reflection
An effector that extracts early reflections from reverb.
Applies acoustic presence to notes.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
2 :Feedback (0 to 127)
Adjusts the repeat of the reflected sound.
3 :Tone (0 to 127)
Adjusts the tone of the reflected sound.
4 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
5 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Phaser
Produces a distinctive pulsating, broad sound by using an LFO to
change the phase of the input signal and then mixes it with the
original input signal.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Resonance (0 to 127)
Adjusts the strength of feedback
2 :Manual (–64 to 0 to +63)
Adjusts the reference phaser shift amount.
3 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
4 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
5 :LFO Waveform (Sin, Tri, Random)
Selects the LFO waveform.
6 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
7 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
8 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Chorus
Gives notes depth and breadth.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
2 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
3 :LFO Waveform (Sin, Tri)
Selects the LFO waveform.
4 :Feedback (–64 to 0 to +63)
Adjusts the strength of feedback
5 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
6 :Polarity (–, +)
Inverts the LFO of one channel.
7 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
8 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
08:
Flanger
Applies wildly pulsating and metallic reverberation to notes. Selects
the LFO waveform.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
2 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
3 :LFO Waveform (Sin, Tri, Random)
Selects the LFO waveform.
4 :Feedback (–64 to 0 to +63)
Adjusts the strength of feedback
5 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
6 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
7 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
09:
Tremolo
Shifts the volume of the input signal using an LFO.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
2 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
3 :LFO Waveform (Sin, Tri, Tra)
Selects the LFO waveform.
4 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
5 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Auto Pan
Shifts the continual left-right panning of the input signal using an
LFO.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
2 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
3 :LFO Waveform (Sin, Tri, Tra)
Selects the LFO waveform.
4 :Manual (–64 to 0 to +63)
Adjusts the pan (stereo position). –64 is full left, 0 is center, and
+63 is full right.
5 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
6 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
11:
Rotary
This effect is a rotary speaker simulator.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Speed (Slow, Fast)
Switches the speed mode between fast and slow.
2 :Brake (Rotate, Stop)
Stops speaker rotation.
3 :Fall Accel (0 to 127)
Adjusts acceleration when the speed mode is switched from fast
to slow.
4 :Rise Accel (0 to 127)
Adjusts acceleration when the speed mode is switched from slow
to fast.
5 :Slow Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the speaker rotation speed in the slow speed mode.
6 :Fast Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the speaker rotation speed in the fast speed mode.
7 :Vibrato/Chorus (Off, V1, C1, V2, C2, V3, C3)
Selects the vibrato (V) and the chorus (C) type.
8 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
9 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Drive Rotary
This is a rotary speaker simulator that makes overdrive possible.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Overdrive Gain (0 to 127)
Adjusts overdrive gain.
2 :Overdrive Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the overdrive output level.
3 :Speed (Slow, Fast)
Switches the speed mode between fast and slow.
4 :Brake (Rotate, Stop)
Stops speaker rotation.
5 :Fall Accel (0 to 127)
Adjusts acceleration when the speed mode is switched from fast
to slow.
6 :Rise Accel (0 to 127)
Adjusts acceleration when the speed mode is switched from slow
to fast.
7 :Slow Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the speaker rotation speed in the slow speed mode.
8 :Fast Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the speaker rotation speed in the fast speed mode.
9 :Vibrato/Chorus (Off, V1, C1, V2, C2, V3, C3)
Selects the vibrato (V) and chorus (C) type.
10 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
11 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
13:
LFO Wah
This is a “wah” effect that can automatically affect the frequency
using an LFO.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level. The input signal can become distorted
when the level of the sound being input, the number of chords, or
the Resonance value is large. Adjust this parameter to eliminate
such distortion.
2 :Resonance (0 to 127)
Adjusts the strength of feedback
3 :Manual (0 to 127)
Adjusts the wah filter reference frequency.
4 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
5 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
6 :LFO Waveform (Sin, Tri, Random)
Selects the LFO waveform.
7 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
8 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Auto Wah
This is a “wah” effect that can automatically shift the frequency in
accordance with the level of the input signal.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level. The input signal can become distorted
when the level of the sound being input, the number of chords, or
the Resonance value is large. Adjust this parameter to eliminate
such distortion.
2 :Resonance (0 to 127)
Adjusts the strength of feedback
3 :Manual (0 to 127)
Adjusts the wah filter reference frequency.
4 :Depth (–64 to 0 to +63)
Adjusts the depth of the wah in accordance with the level of the
input signal.
Setting a positive value causes the wah filter to open in direct
proportion with the size of the input signal, producing a bright
sound. Setting a negative value causes the wah filter to close in
direct proportion with the size of the input signal, producing a dark
sound.
5 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
6 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Distortion
Distortion + Wah + Amp Simulator
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Dist Gain (0 to 127)
Adjusts the distortion input signal gain.
2 :Dist Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the distortion output level.
3 :Dist Low (0 to 127)
Adjusts the distortion low-range gain.
4 :Dist High (0 to 127)
Adjusts the distortion high-range gain.
5 :Wah Depth (–64 to 0 to +63)
Adjusts the depth of the wah in accordance with the level of the
input signal.
6 :Wah Manual (0 to 127)
Adjusts the wah filter reference frequency.
7 :Routing (Dist, Wah, Wah-Dist, Dist-Wah)
Specifies the distortion and wah connection.
8 :Amp (Bypass, TCombo, FCombo, ACombo, BCombo, JCombo,
MStack, RStack, BassC, BassS)
Specifies the amp simulation type.
9 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
10 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Pitch Shifter
This effect transforms the pitch of the input signal.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Pitch (–24 to 0 to +24)
Adjusts the pitch shift amount in quarter tone steps.
2 :High Damp (0 to 127)
Adjusts the high-range damp. A larger number increases
damping.
3 :Feedback (0 to 127)
Adjusts the feedback amount.
4 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
5 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
6 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Multi Chorus
This is a chorus effect with six different LFO phases.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
2 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
3 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
4 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
18:
Ring Modulator
Multiplies the input signal with an internal oscillator signal to create a
metallic sound.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :OSC frequency (0 to 127)
Sets the reference frequency of the internal oscillator.
2 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
3 :Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
4 :Tone (0 to 127)
Adjusts the timbre of the ring modulator input sound.
5 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
6 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
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Delay
Delays the input signal and feeds it back to create a repeating effect.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Delay Time (0 to 127)
Adjusts the total delay time.
2 :Delay Ratio L (0 to 127)
Adjusts the ratio of the left channel relative to the total delay time.
3 :Delay Ratio R (0 to 127)
Adjusts the ratio of the right channel relative to the total delay
time.
4 :Delay Level L (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the left channel.
5 :Delay Level R (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the right channel.
6 :Feedback Type (Stereo, Cross)
Selects the feedback type.
Stereo: Stereo feedback
Cross: Cross feedback
7 :Feedback (0 to 127)
Adjusts the feedback amount.
8 :High Damp (0 to 127)
Adjusts the high-range damp. A larger number increases
damping.
9 :Delay Tempo Sync (Off, 1/4, 1/3, 3/8, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1)
Specifies how the actual total delay time is synced with tempo.
• Off: Uses Delay Time value.
• 1/4 to 1: Uses value in accordance with number of beats.
10 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
11 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
12 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
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Piano Effect
This effect is suited to acoustic piano play.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Lid Type (Closed, Semi Opened, Full Opened)
Adjusts how sound resonates in accordance with the opening
state of a piano lid.
2 :Reflection Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the initial reflection.
3 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
4 :Wet Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the effect sound.
5 :Dry Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the direct sound.
Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)
■ Editable SYSTEM Parameters
• Parts 5 through 16 do not support use of resonance
effects.
System Chorus
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Type (Light Cho, Chorus, FB Chorus, Flanger)
Selects the chorus type.
2 :LFO Rate (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO rate.
3 :LFO Depth (0 to 127)
Adjusts the LFO depth.
4 :Feedback (0 to 127)
Adjusts the feedback amount.
5 :Tone (0 to 127)
Adjusts the tone.
6 :Delay Time (0 to 127)
Adjusts the delay time.
7 :Delay Send (0 to 127)
Adjust the send level to system delay.
8 :Reverb Send (0 to 127)
Adjust the send level to system reverb.
9 :Return (0 to 127)
Adjusts the return level.
System Delay
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Time (0 to 127)
Adjusts the total delay time.
2 :Feedback (0 to 127)
Adjusts the feedback amount.
3 :High Damp (0 to 127)
Adjusts the high-range damp. A larger number increases
damping.
4 :Ratio L (0 to 127)
Adjusts the ratio of the left channel relative to the total delay time.
5 :Ratio C (0 to 127)
Adjusts the ratio of the center channel relative to the total delay
time.
6 :Ratio R (0 to 127)
Adjusts the ratio of the right channel relative to the total delay
time.
7 :Level L (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the left channel.
8 :Level C (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the center channel.
9 :Level R (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the right channel.
10 :Tempo Sync (Off, 1/4, 1/3, 3/8, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, 4/3, 3/2, 2)
Specifies how the actual total delay time is synced with tempo.
• Off: Uses Delay Time value.
• 1/4 to 2: Uses value in accordance with number of beats.
11 :Reverb Send (0 to 127)
Adjust the send level to system reverb.
12 :Return (0 to 127)
Adjusts the return level.
System Reverb
System Resonance
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :String Reso Send (0 to 15)
Adjusts the send level to string resonance.
2 :Damper Reso Send (0 to 15)
Adjusts the send level to damper resonance.
3 :Damper Noise Enable (Off, On)
Enables/disables the damper noise effect.
■ Editable MASTER Parameters
Master Compressor
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Threshold (0 to 127)
Adjusts the threshold (where application of an effect starts) level.
Set a lower value for a compressor effect, and a higher value for a
limiter effect.
2 :Ratio (0 to 127)
Adjusts the compression ratio.
Set a lower value to for a compressor effect, and the maximum
value to for a limiter effect.
3 :Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the output level.
4 :Attack (0 to 127)
Adjusts the time until the compression effect starts.
A smaller value causes prompt compressor operation, which
suppresses the attack of the input signal. A larger values delays
compressor operation, which causes the attack of the input signal
to be output as-is.
5 :Release (0 to 127)
Adjusts the release time.
Adjusts the time until the compression effect is released.
6 :Position (PreEQ, PostEQ)
Selects the connection position with the compressor and EQ.
Master Equalizer
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Low Gain (–12 to 0 to +12)
Adjusts the low-range gain.
2 :Low Frequency (200, 400, 800 [Hz])
Selects the low-range cutoff frequency.
3 :Mid 1 Gain (–12 to 0 to +12)
Adjusts the low mid-range gain.
4 :Mid 1 Frequency
(1.0k, 1.3k, 1.6k, 2.0k, 2.5k, 3.2k, 4.0k, 5.0k [Hz])
Selects the low mid-range frequency.
5 :Mid 2 Gain (–12 to 0 to +12)
Adjusts the high mid-range gain.
6 :Mid 2 Frequency
(1.0k, 1.3k, 1.6k, 2.0k, 2.5k, 3.2k, 4.0k, 5.0k [Hz])
Selects the high mid-range frequency.
7 :High Gain (–12 to 0 to +12)
Adjusts the high-range gain.
8 :High Frequency (6.0k, 8.0k, 10k [Hz])
Selects the high-range cutoff frequency.
9 :Input Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the input level.
10 :Output Level (0 to 127)
Adjusts the output level.
Parameter Value Ranges:
1 :Type (Room, Hall1, Hall2, Plate)
Selects the reverb type.
2 :Time (0 to 127)
Adjusts the reverb time.
3 :Early Reflection (0 to 127)
Adjusts the level of the initial reflection.
4 :High Damp (0 to 127)
Adjusts the high-range damp. A larger number increases
damping.
5 :Tone (0 to 127)
Adjusts the tone.
6 :Return (0 to 127)
Adjusts the return level.
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Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial)
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eo
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You can edit the Digital Piano’s built-in arpeggios to
create original arpeggios of your own. You can also
record your own original musical phrases for playback
in place of arpeggios. After editing an arpeggio, you
can give it a name and save it as a user arpeggio.
• The term “key play” means starting playback of a
phrase by pressing a keyboard key. With key play,
pressing a keyboard key that is the one specified as
the phrase’s “ORG NOTE” setting will play back the
phrase as it was originally recorded. Pressing a
keyboard key that is not the one specified as the
phrase’s “ORG NOTE” setting will shift the pitch of
the phrase in accordance with the key that is
pressed.
To play a recorded phrase as
an arpeggio
1.
Hold down bn (ARPEGGIO) button until the
arpeggio type selection screen shown below
appears on the display.
3.
This will display the target selection screen
(TARGET:ARPEGGIO).
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Phrase name
Original note
• Note that you cannot perform arpeggio editing while
a phrase is selected as the target.
4.
Press the dt (w) button.
This will enter the phrase selection mode, which will
cause X to move to the left of the phrase name.
5.
6.
Select the phrase number you want.
Press the dt (w) button twice.
This will move % to the original note (“ORG NOTE”).
Use the eo minus (–) and plus (+) buttons to
specify the original note keyboard key name.
• You can specify a keyboard key name within the
range of C- to G9.
• If you want the phrase always to play back as if the
keyboard key specified by its “ORG NOTE” setting,
regardless of the keyboard key pressed to play it,
scroll the selection past G9 and select “Fix”.
Arpeggio name
Press the ek (q) button.
Press the eo plus (+) button.
Phrase number
7.
2.
ep
This will change to the target phrase selection screen
(TARGET:PHRASE), and display the currently selected
phrase number and phrase name.
This will cause the button’s lamp to light.
Arpeggio number
dr ds dt ek el em
8.
Press keyboard keys and the phrase will play.
Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial)
To select a different arpeggio
for each zone
1.
Hold down the bn (ARPEGGIO) button until
the arpeggio type selection screen appears
on the display.
This will cause the button’s lamp to light.
2.
Use the dk (ZONE, –/+) buttons to display the
number of the zone you want to select.
Zone number
Editing an Arpeggio
There are two arpeggio types: step type and variation
type.
• With a step type arpeggio, you can edit its steps and
its parameters. A step type arpeggio can contain up
to 16 steps. You can change the following settings for
each step.
TYPE : Specifies which note of the arpeggio should be
played in each step, in relation to the lowest note
(L1) or the highest note (U1) of the arpeggio. There
is also a TYPE (P2-P5) that can be used to sound
up to five notes at the same time.
NOTE : When you want to shift the note from the
keyboard key that is pressed, use this setting
specify the shift value in semitone steps.
VELO : Specifies the volume level.
CTRL : This is MIDI control data.
• With a variation type arpeggio, you can edit only its
parameters.
3.
After making sure that X is next to the
arpeggio number, display the number of the
arpeggio you want to select for the zone.
• Repeat steps 2 and 3 as many times as necessary to
select arpeggios for each of the zone.
To turn the arpeggio for a
specific zone on or off
1.
1.
2.
3.
Select the arpeggio type you want to edit.
Press the ep (EDIT) button.
Use the dt (w) and ek (q) buttons to select
“Step Edit” and then press the em (ENTER)
button.
• The “Step Edit” option will not be displayed if you
selected a variation type arpeggio in step 1, above.
Hold down the bn (ARPEGGIO) button until
the arpeggio type selection screen appears
on the display.
This will cause the button’s lamp to light.
2.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “ZONE”.
3.
Use the eo minus (–) and plus (+) buttons to
turn the arpeggio of the zone on or off.
NOTE
• Note that no arpeggio also will play if the zone has
been muted. To unmute a zone, press the dr (EXIT)
button to exit the arpeggio type selection screen, and
then press the two dk (ZONE, –/+) buttons at the
same time.
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4.
Change the TYPE, NOTE, VELO, and CTRL settings as desired.
Step type
Step number
• While [TYPE] is selected, use the eo minus (–) and plus (+) buttons to cycle the TYPE setting between off (Off), on (TYPE)
and tie* (TIE). Note, however, that “STEP 01” does not have a TIE option.
* Selecting TIE extends the duration of the previous step by one step. It can be used to extend the duration of notes.
• NOTE and VELO settings cannot be configured for a step whose TYPE setting is Off or TIE.
• The table below shows the settings on the arpeggio step editing menu.
Menu Level
1
2
Description
Setting
Step Edit >Ent
Specifies what note of the arpeggio should be
played in the currently selected step, in relation to
the lowest note (L1) of the keyboard keys pressed.
• If the value specified for a step is greater than the
number of keyboard keys pressed, the
corresponding notes of the arpeggio will be
L1 to L8
played one octave higher. For example, if L4 is
specified here, pressing only three keyboard
keys will play L1, one octave higher.
• After one octave, the corresponding note will
return back to the original octave.
TYPE
5.
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Specifies what note of the arpeggio should be
played in the currently selected step, in relation to
the highest note (U1) of the keyboard keys pressed.
• If the value specified for a step is greater than the
number of keyboard keys pressed, the
corresponding notes of the arpeggio will be
U1 to U8
played one octave lower. For example, if U4 is
specified here, pressing only three keyboard
keys will play U1, one octave lower.
• After one octave, the corresponding note will
return back to the original octave.
Specifies what note should be played in the
currently selected step, in relation to the highest
note of the keyboard keys pressed.
• If the number of keys pressed is less than the
value specified here, the arpeggio is played only
up to the keys pressed.
P2 to P5
NOTE
Specifies a shift of the note sounded, in semitone
steps, from the notes of the keys played on
keyboard.
–24 - 0 - +24
VELO
Changes the velocity (volume level) of the
keyboard keys that are pressed.
–64 - 0 - +63
CTRL
Bend: –128 to 0 to +127,
Pan (Control Change 10):
This setting can be used to change the control type
–64 to 0 to +63,
value selected with the arpeggio parameter editing
Control Change 00 to 97
menu in step 7 of this procedure, below.
(except for Pan):
0 to 127
After the TYPE, NOTE, VELO, and CTRL values are the way you want, press the dr (EXIT) button to
return to the “ARPEGGIO” menu.
Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial)
6.
Use the dt (w) and ek (q) buttons to move the selection cursor (0) to “Parameter” and then press
the em (ENTER) button.
7.
Change parameters as desired.
• The table below shows the contents of the arpeggio parameter editing menu.
Menu Level
1
2
Description
Setting
Parameter >Ent
Max Step
Maximum step. This parameter can be changed for
1 - 16
step type only.
Step Size
Step size. Specifies the note length between steps.
Note Length
Note length. Note on note length specified as a
percentage of the step size. 100% specifies the same
1 - 100%
size as the original, while 50% specifies a note
length that is half the original.
Groove
Groove. Specifies the on note timing of the off-beat
step. 50% specifies even, while a larger value
increases the first half note length.
10 - 90%
Groove Type
Groove type. Specifies the note length type when
anything other than 50% is specified for Groove.
Normal: Playback performed with
step length based on actual
percentage.
Short: When step length is changed,
adjusts the step to the shorter length.
Velocity
Velocity. Specifies the velocity value of an input
arpeggio. Specifying “KeyOn” inputs a velocity
value in accordance with applied key pressure.
KeyOn, 1 to 127
Hold Pedal
Hold pedal. Enables/disables hold using a pedal.
This parameter can be changed for step type only.
Off, On
Control
Track
Control track. Enables (On) or disables (Off) use of
control data. Selecting “Only” causes only the
control track to be valid. This parameter can be
changed for step type only.
Off, On, Only
Control
Type
Control type. Specifies the control data type. This
parameter can be changed for step type only.
Bend, C. (Control Change) 00 - 97
Smooth
Smooth. Selecting “On” causes control data to be
supplemented. This parameter can be changed for
step type only.
Off, On
2, 6,
, 7,
,8
• For information about parameters that need to be edited to playback an arpeggio with a stage setup, see “Using the Stage
Setups (Tutorial)” (page E-31).
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Clearing Arpeggio Step Data
Use the procedure below to clear preset step data or
step data that was edited using Step Edit (page E-25)
and create new step data from scratch.
• Note that the variation type cannot be cleared.
1.
While the arpeggio type selection screen is
displayed, press the ep (EDIT) button.
2.
Use the dt (w) and ek (q) buttons to select
“Clear Step” and then press the em (ENTER)
button.
This should cause “Clear?” to appear on the display.
3.
Press the em (ENTER) button again.
This will display a confirmation message (“SURE?”).
4.
Press the eo (YES) button.
The message “Complete!” will appear on the display
when the data is deleted.
Renaming an Arpeggio
After editing an arpeggio, you can give it a name and
save it as a user arpeggio.
1.
Perform steps 1 through 2 of the procedure
under “Editing an Arpeggio”, (page E-25).
2.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “NameEdit”, and then
press the em (ENTER) button.
3.
Edit the name as desired.
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Recording and Playing Back Phrases (Tutorial)
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Recording with the Phrase
Sequencer
• The total memory capacity for recording with the
phrase sequencer is approximately 1MB. The
maximum allowable size of a single phrase is
approximately 8KB.
• In addition to what you play on the keyboard, your
pedal, wheel, knob, and slider operations are also
recorded as part of phrase. However, operations can
be recorded when the MIDI channel messages below
are assigned to pedals, modulation wheel, knobs,
and sliders.
– CC00 to CC97
– NRPN
– RPN
– Pressure
Mixer Settings When Playing
Back a Song
In addition to the track editing operations described in
the USER’S GUIDE (Basics), the song (song sequencer)
screen can also be used to edit the settings below.
– Mixer settings when playing back a song
– Changing the tempo when playing back a song
– Clearing a track
– Initializing a song
1.
Select the song you want.
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Recording and Playing Back Phrases (Tutorial)
2.
Edit the song as desired.
• To configure mixer settings, select “Song Mixer”.
• The parameters of the mixer settings are described in the table below.
Display Text
Description
Setting
Bank Select MSB
Bank select MSB. Specifies the bank select MSB number.
• To specify a tone on the song mixer screen, specify “Bank Select MSB” and
“Program Change” numbers, referring to the “Tone List” at the back of this
manual.
0 - 127
Program Change
Program change. Specifies the program change number. For details, see “Bank
Select MSB”, above.
0 - 127
Channel
Specifies the output channel number.
1 - 16
Volume
Volume.
0 - 127
Pan
Panning. Adjusts the left-right position of sound in the stereo field.
–64 - 0 - +63
Coarse Tune
Coarse tune. Shifts the pitch of notes by semitone units.
–24 - 0 - +24
Fine Tune
Fine tune. Shifts the pitch of notes by cent units.
–99 - 0 - +99
Bend Range
Bend range. Specifies (in semitone units) the maximum change in pitch when the
1 (BENDER) wheel is rotated.
0 - 24
Chorus Send
Chorus send. Specifies how the chorus effect is applied.
0 - 127
Delay Send
Delay send. Specifies how the delay effect is applied.
0 - 127
Reverb Send
Reverb send. Specifies how the reverb effect is applied.
0 - 127
Generator Out
Internal send (Gen Out) on/off. Specifies whether or not to send information
about each part to the Digital Piano’s internal sound source.
Off, On
USB Out
USB output (USB Out) on/off. Specifies whether or not MIDI send of the
information of each part is performed from et (USB).
Off, On
MIDI Out
MIDI output (MIDI Out) on/off. Specifies whether or not MIDI send of the
information of each part is performed from fl (MIDI OUT/THRU).
Off, On
To change the tempo when
playing back a song
1.
Perform steps 1 and 2 of the procedure under
“Mixer Settings When Playing Back a Song”
(page E-29) to select “Tempo”.
2.
Adjust the tempo setting.
To clear a track or initialize a
song
1.
Perform steps 1 and 2 of the procedure under
“Mixer Settings When Playing Back a Song”
(page E-29) to select the setting you want.
• To clear a track, select “Track Clear”. Next, on the
screen that appears, use the dk minus (–) and plus (+)
buttons to select the track you want to clear.
• To initialize the song, select “Song Initialize”.
2.
Press the em (ENTER) button.
• This will display a confirmation message (“SURE?”).
• If you want to cancel the operation, press the eo (NO)
or dr (EXIT) button.
3.
Press the eo (YES) button.
• “Complete!” appears on the display after the process
is complete.
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Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial)
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3
bo bp bq br bs bt ck cl
4 5 6 7 8 9
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To edit a stage setup
1.
2.
Select the bank and stage setup number you want.
Edit the stage setups as desired.
• The following describes each of the editable parameters.
Editable Parameters
Display Text
Zone Edit >Ent
Description
Settings
Zone parameter edit. This group includes parameters for Zone 1 through 4.
• Use the dk (ZONE) minus (–) and plus (+) buttons to select the zone you
want to edit.
Mixer Edit >Ent
Mixer edit. This group includes parameters for the mixer within zones.
Zone Enable
Zone on/off. Turns all zones on or off. This setting is different from the
mixer function part on/off (Part Enable) (page E-37) setting.
Off, On
Tone. Selects the tone for each zone. This setting is the same as the mixer
function part tone (page E-37). Use buttons bo through cl to switch between
tone categories.
• While this item is selected, you can select a tone using the same operation
as that used in the Tone Mode.
• The DRM (drums) category cannot be selected for Zone 2. DRM (drums)
and HEX (hex layer) cannot be selected for to Zone 3 or Zone 4. Pressing
the button of a category that cannot be selected causes the message
“Invalid Tone” to be displayed. If this happens, wait until the message
disappears or press another category button to clear it.
PNO (Piano):
P00 to U39
EPN (Electric Piano):
P000 to U109
ORG (Organ):
P00 to U49
STR (Strings, Brass):
P00 to U89
GTR (Guitar, Bass):
P00 to U59
VAR (Synthesizer,
Various): P000 to U129
DRM (Drums):
P00 to U39
HEX (Hex Layer):
P000 to U199
Tone
Key Range Low. Specifies the low key range of the keyboard for each zone.
This setting is used in combination with the Key Range High setting to
configure key ranges for each zone.
For example, configuring F3 (low) to C7 (high) for Zones 1 and 2, and C2
(low) to E3 (high) for Zones 3 and 4 will enable play of Zone 1 and 2 tones on
the right side keyboard range, and the Zone 3 and 4 tones on the left side
keyboard in the illustration below.
Zone 3
Zone 4
Key Range Low
C2
Zone 1
Zone 2
E3 F3
C- - G9
C7
• After pressing the en (NUM KEY) button to enter the number input
mode, you can use the keyboard keys to enter values.
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Display Text
Description
Settings
Key Range High. Specifies the high range of the keyboard for each zone.
This setting is used in combination with the Key Range Low setting to
Key Range High configure key ranges for each zone.
• After pressing the en (NUM KEY) button to enter the number input
mode, you can use the keyboard keys to enter values.
C- - G9
Velocity range low. This is the minimum velocity value of each zone. This
Velo.Range Low setting is used in combination with the Velo.Range High setting below to
configure velocity ranges for each zone.
0 - 127
Velo.Range
High
Velocity range high. This is the maximum velocity value of each zone. This
setting is used in combination with the Velo.Range Low setting above to
configure velocity ranges for each zone.
0 - 127
Volume
Volume. This setting is the same as the mixer function part volume (page
E-37).
0 - 127
Pan
Panning. Adjusts the left-right position of sound in the stereo field. This
setting is the same as the mixer function part panning (page E-37).
–64 - 0 - +63
Coarse Tune
Coarse tune. Shifts the pitch of notes by semitone units.
–24 - 0 - +24
Fine Tune
Fine tune. This setting is the same as the mixer function part fine tune (page
E-37).
–99 - 0 - +99
Bend Range
Down
Bend range down. Pitch change amount for downward bender operation.
0 - 24
Bend Range Up
Bend range up. Pitch change amount for upward bender operation.
0 - 24
Chorus Send
Chorus send. This setting is the same as the mixer chorus send (page E-37).
0 - 127
Delay Send
Delay send. This setting is the same as the mixer delay send (page E-37).
0 - 127
Reverb Send
Reverb send. This setting is the same as the mixer reverb send (page E-37).
0 - 127
Resonance Send
Resonance send. Enables/disables send to the resonance function of each
zone.
Off, On
Reso.Return
Level
Resonance return level. This setting is the same as the mixer resonance
return (page E-37).
0 - 127
Controller Edit >Ent Controller parameters. This is a group of editable controller parameters.
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Knob1 Enable
Knob 1 on/off (Knob 1 enable). Enables/disables 3 (K1) operation for each
zone.
Off, On
Knob2 Enable
Knob 2 on/off (Knob 2 enable). Enables/disables 3 (K2) operation for each
zone.
Off, On
Knob3 Enable
Knob 3 on/off (Knob 3 enable). Enables/disables 3 (K3) operation for each
zone.
Off, On
Knob4 Enable
Knob 4 on/off (Knob 4 enable). Enables/disables 3 (K4) operation for each
zone.
Off, On
Slider1 Enable
Slider 1 on/off (Slider 1 Enable). Enables/disables 4 (S1) operation for each
Off, On
zone.
Slider2 Enable
Slider 2 on/off (Slider 2 Enable). Enables/disables 5 (S2) operation for each
Off, On
zone.
Slider3 Enable
Slider 3 on/off (Slider 3 Enable). Enables/disables 6 (S3) operation for each
Off, On
zone.
Slider4 Enable
Slider 4 on/off (Slider 4 Enable). Enables/disables 7 (S4) operation for each
Off, On
zone.
Slider5 Enable
Slider 5 on/off (Slider 5 Enable). Enables/disables 8 (S5) operation for each
Off, On
zone.
Slider6 Enable
Slider 6 on/off (Slider 6 Enable). Enables/disables 9 (S6) operation for each
Off, On
zone.
Bender Enable
Bender on/off (bender enable). Enables/disables 1 (BENDER) operation
for each zone.
Off, On
Wheel Enable
Modulation wheel on/off (wheel enable). Enables/disables 2
(MODULATION) operation for each zone.
Off, On
Pedal1 Enable
Pedal 1 on/off (pedal 1 enable). Enables/disables operation of a pedal
connected to fk (DAMPER/PEDAL 1) for each Zone.
Off, On
Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial)
Display Text
Description
Settings
Pedal2 Enable
Pedal 2 on/off (pedal 2 enable). Enables/disables of fk (PEDAL 2) for each
zone.
Off, On
Arpeggio
Enable
Arpeggio on/off (arpeggio enable). Enables/disables arpeggio function
(page E-24) for each zone.
Off, On
Arpeggio Select
>Ent
Arpeggio select. This is a group of editable arpeggio function parameters.
Target
Target. Selects playback of an arpeggio (Arp) or phrase sequencer (Phr) by
the arpeggio function. For details, see “To play a recorded phrase as an
arpeggio” (page E-24).
Arpeggio
Number
Arpeggio number. Use this setting to select an arpeggio number (page E-24). P000 - U199
Arp.Phrase
Numb
Arpeggio phrase number. Select the number of the phrase to be played back
when the arpeggio target (Target) is “Phrase”. For details, see “To play a
recorded phrase as an arpeggio” (page E-24).
Original key. Specifies playback in the original key used for recording when
Original Key performing key play. For details, see “To play a recorded phrase as an
arpeggio” (page E-24).
MIDI Edit >Ent
Arp, Phr
U000 - U999
C- - G9, Fix
MIDI parameter. This is a group of MIDI-related (page E-39) editable
parameters. Use the dk (ZONE) minus (–), plus (+) buttons to select one of
the Digital Piano’s 16 sound source parts for editing.
Octave Shift
Octave shift. Shifts the tone of notes by octave units.
–2 - 0 - +2
Transpose
Transpose. Shifts the pitch of notes by semitone units. This setting is the
same as the mixer function part coarse tune (page E-37).
–12 - 0 - +12
External send channel (external out channel). Specifies the MIDI channel
External Out Ch (page E-39) for sending information about each part by MIDI to an external
destination.
1 - 16
Generator Out
Internal send (Generator Out) on/off. Specifies whether or not to send
information about each part to the Digital Piano’s internal sound source.
Off, On
MIDI Out
MIDI output (MIDI Out) on/off. Specifies whether or not MIDI send of the
information of each part is performed from fl (MIDI OUT/THRU).
Off, On
USB Out
USB output (USB Out) on/off. Specifies whether or not MIDI send of the
information of each part is performed from et (USB).
Off, On
Prog & Bank
Out
Program change and bank MSB send on/off. Enables/disables MIDI
external send of information about each part from program change (Prg) or
bank MSB (Bnk).
Off, Prg, Bnk
PrgBank Edit
>Ent
This is a group of program change and bank MSB editable parameters
(program change/bank MSB edit). Editing can be performed even when the
“ProgBank Out” setting is “Off”.
Bank MSB
Bank MSB. Inputs a program change bank MSB value.
0 - 127
Bank LSB
Bank LSB. Inputs a program change bank LSB value.
0 - 127
Prog.Change Program change. Inputs a program change value.
1 - 128
System effect parameter. This is a group of editable system effect parameters
(page E-18).
System Effect Edit >Ent
For details about group items, see “Editable SYSTEM Parameters”
(page E-23).
Chorus Edit >Ent
Chorus edit. This is a group of editable chorus parameters within the system
effects.
Delay Edit >Ent
Delay edit. This is a group of editable delay parameters within the system
effects.
Reverb Edit >Ent
Reverb edit. This is a group of editable reverb parameters within the system
effects.
String Reso Send
String resonance send. Adjusts the send level to string resonance.
0 - 15
Damper Reso Send
Damper resonance send. Adjusts the send level to damper resonance.
0 - 15
Damper Noise
Enable
Damper noise enable. Enables/disables the damper noise effect.
Off, On
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Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial)
Display Text
Description
Master Effect Edit >Ent
Master effect parameter. This is a group of editable master effect parameters
(page E-23). For details about group items, see “Editable MASTER
Parameters” (page E-23).
Compressor Edit
>Ent
Compressor edit. This is a group of editable compressor parameters within
master effects.
Equalizer Edit >Ent
Equalizer edit. This is a group of editable equalizer parameters within
master effects.
Common Edit >Ent
Settings
This is a group of editable pedal, PRN, and NPRN parameters.
Tempo
Tempo. Adjusts the phrase playback speed. You also can change the phrase
playback tempo using the ct (TEMPO) button.
20 - 255
Phrase
Phrase number. Selects the phrase of the Phrase Sequencer (page E-29).
U000 - U999
Arpeggio
Preset arpeggio type selection. See “To use the Arpeggio Function” in the
separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics).
Off, On, Hold
Hammer Response
Hammer response. Adjusts hammer response within the range of 0 (fast) to
7 (slow).
0-7
Knob1 Edit >Ent
Knob 1 (Knob 1 edit). This is a group of 3 (K1) knob editable parameters.
Editing can be performed even when the “Knob 1 Enable” setting is “Off”.
Target
Target. Selects the parameters to be controlled by a controller. For example,
the “CC67:Soft” setting specifies a soft pedal effect.
• Two targets can be specified for a single controller. Use the dk (ZONE)
minus (–), plus (+) buttons to switch between Target 1 and Target 2.
No Assign: No target specified.
CC00 to CC97: MIDI control change*1
NRPN, RPN: MIDI NRPN and RPN parameters*1 *2
Ch.Pressure: MIDI channel pressure*1
Tempo: Tempo setting (page E-30)
EQ Low Gain - EQ High Gain: Master EQ >Low Gain - High Gain (page
E-23)
DSP Bypass: Temporarily bypasses the DSP of the currently selected zone.
Ext.Volume: Control the External Volume value.
Layer Detune: Layer detune (page E-17)
Layer1 Volume - Layer6: Tone parameter settings of each layer
• The following can be assigned: Volume (Volume), Pan (panning), OctShift
(octave shift), DspOnOff (DSP on/off), LfoPitch (LFO pitch), LfoFiltr (LFO
filter), LfoAmp (LFO amp). For details about each setting, see the editable
Refer to the cell to the
parameters under “Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial)” on page E-10.
left.
Dsp Param 1-16: DSP parameters
Pedal1 On Rate, Pedal1 Off Rate, Pedal2 On Rate, Pedal2 Off Rate: on value,
on rate, off value, off rate for each pedal*3
Arp Hold On/Off: Arpeggio hold setting*4
Song Str/Stp: Song sequencer playback start/stop*4
Phrase Str/Stop: Phrase playback start/stop*4
Audio Str/Stop: Audio playback start/stop*4
*1 For details about each setting, see the MIDI Implementation Chart
(http://world.casio.com/) and/or MIDI documentation.
*2 After selecting these setting items, press the em (ENTER) button again
and then adjust the items below.
MSB: 63H for NRPN, 65H for RPN (Setting range: 000 to 127)
LSB: 62H for NRPN, 64H for RPN (Setting range: 000 to 127)
Send Data: Specifies whether knob operation controls MSB or LSB
value. (Settings: MSB, LSB)
*3 This setting is not supported for Damper/Pedal 1 (Pedal 1) or Pedal 2.
*4 This setting is supported for Damper/Pedal 1 (Pedal 1) and Pedal 2 only.
Min Value
Minimum value. Controller minimum output value setting.
0 - 127
Max Value
Maximum value. Controller maximum output value setting.
0 - 127
Knob2-4 Edit >Ent
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Knob 2 to 4 (Knob 2 to 4 edit). This is a group of 3 Knob (K2) through (K4)
editable parameters. Editing can be performed even when the “Knob 2-4
Enable” setting is “Off”. Details of editable parameters are the same as
“Knob1 Edit >Ent”, above.
Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial)
Display Text
Description
Slider1-6 Edit >Ent
Slider 1 to 6 edit. This is a group of 4 Slider (S1) through 9 Slider (S6)
editable parameters. Editing can be performed even when the “Slider 1-6
Enable” setting is “Off”. Details of editable parameters are the same as
“Knob1 Edit >Ent”, above.
Modulation Edit
>Ent
Modulation wheel (modulation wheel edit). This is a group of 2
(MODULATION) wheel editable parameters. Editing can be performed
even when the “Wheel Enable” setting is “Off”. Details of editable
parameters are the same as “Knob1 Edit >Ent”, above.
Pedal1 Edit >Ent
Damper/Pedal 1 (Pedal1). This is a group of editable parameters for the
pedal connected to fk (DAMPER/PEDAL 1). Editing can be performed even
when the “Pedal1 Enable” setting is “Off”.
Pedal Target
Edit >Ent
Settings
Specifies the function of the pedal connected to fk (DAMPER/PEDAL 1).
Details of editable parameters are the same as “Target”, above.
On Rate
On rate. On value change rate.
0 - 127
Off Rate
Off rate. Off value change rate.
0 - 127
Pedal2 Edit >Ent
Pedal2. This is a group of editable parameters for the pedal connected to fk
(PEDAL 2). Editing can be performed even when the “Pedal2 Enable”
setting is “Off”. Details of editable parameters are the same as “Pedal1 Edit
>Ent”, above.
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Other Useful Functions (Tutorial)
1
bm
bo bp bq br bs bt ck cl
dk
System Settings
In addition to the system setting screen described in the
USER’S GUIDE (Basics), the settings listed below,
which also affect Digital Piano global settings, can also
be configured.
• Mixer function
• Temperament
• Touch sensitivity adjustment
• Stage setup filter
• MIDI functions
• Digital Piano information (Check of system version
in built-in memory, firmware update)
Using the Mixer
The mixer lets you make adjustments to the tone,
volume level, and other settings* of the Digital Piano’s
sound source parts (Parts 01 through 16, external input
parts, page E-5), while viewing the balance between the
parts on the display.
* Settings that affect individual parts are called “part
settings”, while settings that affect all parts are
called “master settings”.
1.
2.
Press the bm (SYS SETTING) button.
3.
4.
Press the em (ENTER) button.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “Sound Generator”.
Change the setting.
• For information about setting items, see “Setting
Items” (page E-37).
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5.
eo
ds dt ek el em
After settings are the way you want, press the
bm (SYS SETTING) button to exit the setting
screen.
Other Useful Functions (Tutorial)
Setting Items
Display Text
Description
Settings
Tuning
Tuning. Fine tuning of global pitch in 0.1 Hertz steps.
415.5 - 465.9Hz
Master Volume
Master volume. Adjusts the volume of all the parts.
0 - 127
Master Pan
Master panning (master panning). Adjusts the left-right position of sound in the
–64 - 0 - +63
stereo field of all the parts.
External Volume
External input volume setting.
0 - 127
Mixer Part 1 through Mixer Part 16. These are setting items for Mixer Part 1
Mixer Part1-16 >Ent through Mixer Part 16. You can also use dk (PART) minus (–) and plus (+)
buttons to select a part.
Part Enable
Part on/off (Part Enable). Turns each part on or off.
Off, On
Tone
Part tone. This is the tone of each part. Use buttons bo through cl to switch
between tone categories.
• While this item is selected, you can select a tone using the same operation as
that used in the Tone Mode.
• The DRM (drums) category cannot be selected for Zone 2. DRM (drums) and
HEX (hex layer) cannot be selected for to Zone 3 or Zone 4. Pressing the
button of a category that cannot be selected causes the message “Invalid
Tone” to be displayed. If this happens, wait until the message disappears or
press another category button to clear it.
PNO (Piano):
P00 to U39
EPN (Electric Piano):
P000 to U109
ORG (Organ):
P00 to U49
STR (Strings, Brass):
P00 to U89
GTR (Guitar, Bass):
P00 to U59
VAR (Synthesizer,
Various): P000 to U129
DRM (Drums):
P00 to U39
HEX (Hex Layer):
P000 to U199
Volume
Part volume. This is the volume of each part.
0 - 127
Pan
Part panning. Adjusts the left-right position of sound in the stereo field.
–64 - 0 - +63
Coarse Tune
Part coarse tune. Shifts the pitch of notes by semitone units.
–24 - 0 - +24
Fine Tune
Part fine tune. Shifts the pitch of notes by cent units.
–99 - 0 - +99
Bend Range
Part bend range. Specifies (in semitone units) the maximum change in pitch
when the 1 (BENDER) wheel is rotated.
0 - 24
Chorus Send
Part chorus send. Controls how the chorus effect (page E-18) is applied to each
part.
0 - 127
Delay Send
Part delay send. Controls how the delay effect (page E-18) is applied to each
part.
0 - 127
Reverb Send
Part reverb send. Controls how the reverb effect (page E-18) is applied to each
part.
0 - 127
Resonance Send
Resonance send. Enables/disables send to the resonance function of each mixer
part (page E-18). However, note that this setting cannot be changed for Mixer
Part 5 and higher.
Off, On
Reso.Return
Level
Resonance return level. Adjusts the return level of the resonance function for
each mixer part. Only certain tones can be edited. Note that this setting cannot
be changed for Mixer Part 5 and higher.
0 - 127
Temperament >Ent
Temperament. This item specifies the temperament of the internal sound
source.
Type. One of the 17 temperaments below can be selected.
Type
Root
00 : Equal
01 : Pure Major
02 : Pure Minor
03 : Pythagorean
04 : Kirnberger 3
05 : Werckmeister
06 : Mean-Tone
07 : Rast
08 : Bayati
09 : Hijaz
10 : Saba
11 : Dashti
12 : Chahargah
13 : Segah
14 : Gurjari Todi
15 : Chandrakauns
16 : Charukeshi
Root note (root). Specifies the root note of the temperament.
00 - 16
C-B
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Other Useful Functions (Tutorial)
Adjusting the Touch
Sensitivity
Stage Setup Filter
This item is for adjusting how much the sound volume
and timbre changes, and how it changes in accordance
with keyboard pressure.
1.
2.
Press the bm (SYS SETTING) button.
3.
4.
Press the em (ENTER) button.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “General”.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select a setting item.
Setting Item
Display Text
Touch
Touch Off
Velo
5.
6.
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Description
Settings
Touch. Specifies touch
sensitivity when the keyboard is
played.
Off: Notes sound at a fixed
volume level regardless of
keyboard pressure.
Refer to
Light: High-volume notes are
the cell to
easily produced even with light the left.
keyboard pressure.
Normal
Heavy: Normal sound is
produced when relatively heavy
pressure is applied.
Touch off velocity. Specifies the
volume level at which the above 1 - 127
touch setting values become off.
Recalling a stage setup causes Digital Piano parameters
to be overwritten with the content of the setup. If you
create a stage setup filter, the parameters assigned to
the filter are not overwritten to be recall of a stage
setup, so they retain their current settings.
1.
2.
Press the bm (SYS SETTING) button.
3.
4.
Press the em (ENTER) button.
5.
6.
Press the em (ENTER) button.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “General”.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “Stage Set Filter”.
Use the dt (w) button to select a setting
item, and then press the em (ENTER) button.
• Use the eo minus (–) and plus (+) buttons to select
either “Off” (to allow overwriting of the setting item)
or “On” (to disable overwriting of the setting item).
Setting Item
Display Text
Settings
Tempo
Tempo. When “On” is selected,
recall of tempo parameters
(page E-34) is disabled.
Off, On
Arpeggio
Arpeggio. When “On” is
selected, recall of arpeggio
parameters (page E-34) is
disabled.
Off, On
Phrase
Phrase. When “On” is selected,
recall of phrase parameters
(page E-34) is disabled.
Off, On
Hammer
Response
Hammer response. When “On”
is selected, recall of hammer
Off, On
response parameters (page E-34)
is disabled.
Chorus
System chorus. When “On” is
selected, recall of system chorus
parameters (page E-23) is
disabled.
Off, On
Delay
System delay. When “On” is
selected, recall of system delay
parameters (page E-23) is
disabled.
Off, On
Change the setting.
After settings are the way you want, press the
bm (SYS SETTING) button to exit the setting
screen.
Description
Other Useful Functions (Tutorial)
Display Text
Description
Settings
Reverb
System reverb. When “On” is
selected, recall of system reverb
parameters (page E-23) is
disabled.
Compressor
Master compressor. When “On”
is selected, recall of master
Off, On
compressor parameters (page
E-23) is disabled.
Equalizer
Master equalizer. When “On” is
selected, recall of master
equalizer parameters (page
E-23) is disabled.
Pedal1
Pedal1. When “On” is selected,
recall of Pedal 1 parameters
(page E-32) is disabled.
• For Stage Inc and Stage Dec,
this operation is always
executed, regardless of the
stage setting.
Pedal2
Pedal2. Settings are the same as
Pedal 1, above.
7.
Off, On
Off, On
Using MIDI
What is MIDI?
MIDI is a standard for digital signals and connectors
that allows musical instruments, computers, and other
devices, regardless of manufacturer, to exchange data
with each other.
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/
NOTE
Off, On,
Stage Inc,
Stage Dec
After settings are the way you want, press the
bm (SYS SETTING) button to exit the setting
screen.
• Use a separately available or commercially available
MIDI cable to connect the MIDI terminals of your
Digital Piano and another electronic musical
instrument for exchange of MIDI data.
• For information about the relationship between each
Digital Keyboard part (page E-36) and the MIDI IN
and MIDI OUT channels, see “To edit a stage setup”
(page E-31).
• This Digital Piano conforms to General MIDI Level 1
(GM).
MIDI Settings
1.
2.
3.
Press the bm (SYS SETTING) button.
Select “MIDI>Ent” and then press the em
(ENTER) button.
Change the setting.
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Other Useful Functions (Tutorial)
Setting Item
Display Text
Description
Settings
Transpose
Transpose. Shifts the pitch of notes by semitone units.
–12 - 0 - +12
Octave Shift
Octave shift. Shifts the tone of notes by octave units.
–3 - 0 - +3
Local Control
Local control. Turning off local control disables the Digital Piano’s internal
sound source, so nothing sound when keyboard keys are pressed. Turn off
local control when you want to use the Digital Piano keyboard and pedal
operations to operate an external sound source, without producing any sound
from the Digital Piano itself.
Off, On
High Reso Out
High-resolution velocity MIDI out on/off.
Off, On
Device ID
Device ID. Selects the ID number of the Digital Piano for MIDI system
exclusive message send/receive.
• While “All” is selected, a system exclusive message is sent regardless of the
ID number.
• For details about the ID number, see MIDI Implementation at
http://world.casio.com/.
1 - 16, ALL
Basic Ch
Basic channel. Specifies the receive channel of “Stage Set Change”, and other
MIDI messages described below.
1 - 16
MIDI Out Select
MIDI OUT select. Specifies what is output as MIDI OUT.
KEY (Keyboard): Digital Piano keyboard play, operations, etc.
MIDI (MIDI IN): Messages input via fl (MIDI IN) (MIDI THRU)
USB (USB IN): Messages input via et (USB)
Refer to the cell to the
left.
USB Out Select
USB out select. Specifies what is output as USB out.
KEY (Keyboard): Keyboard and other Digital Piano operations.
MIDI (MIDI IN): Messages input via fl (MIDI IN)
Refer to the cell to the
left.
MIDI In Enable
MIDI IN on/off (MIDI IN enable). While this setting is turned on, messages
input via fl (MIDI IN) are reflected by the Digital Piano’s internal sound
source.
Off, On
USB In Enable
USB IN on/off (USB IN enable). While this setting is turned on, messages input
Off, On
via et (USB) are reflected by the Digital Piano’s internal sound source.
Sync Mode
Sync mode. Settings for MIDI syncing between the Digital Piano and an
external device.
Off: No syncing.
Master: Outputs Clock, Start/Stop (Song Sequencer), and other signals from
the Digital Piano to control an external device.
Slave: Receives Clock, Start/Stop, and other signals from an external device.
• Song sequencer playback cannot be performed if a clock is not received.
Start/stop is regarded as song sequencer operation.
Refer to the cell to the
left.
Stage Set.Chg
Stage setup change.
PrgBnk: Program Change Bank = 70H. Also output when this operation is
performed.
NRPN: Select by NRPN MSB = 24H, LSB = 00H. Also output when this
operation is performed.
PrgBnk, NRPN
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Other Useful Functions (Tutorial)
4.
After settings are the way you want, press the
bm (SYS SETTING) button to exit the setting
screen.
NOTE
• You can also use stage setup editing to change the
MIDI data send channel and configure other
settings. For more information, see the “MIDI Edit
>Ent” group (page E-33).
Digital Piano Information
You can use the system setting information
(Information) screen to check the version of the system
loaded in Digital Piano memory, and to update the
firmware.
1.
2.
Press the bm (SYS SETTING) button.
3.
4.
Press the em (ENTER) button.
Use the ds (u), dt (w), ek (q), and el
(i) buttons to select “Information”.
Use the dt (w) button to select a setting
item, and then press the em (ENTER) button.
Version: Checks the version of the system in Digital
Piano memory.
• This is only a check, so there are no settings.
Update Firmware: Updates the firmware.
• For information about the latest firmware and how to
update, visit the website below.
http://world.casio.com/
5.
After settings are the way you want, press the
bm (SYS SETTING) button to exit the setting
screen.
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Reference
Tone List
Group
Name
Number
PIANO
000
PIANO
001
PIANO
002
PIANO
003
PIANO
PIANO
004
005
PIANO
006
PIANO
007
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
008
009
010
PIANO
011
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
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012
Tone Name
GRAND PIANO
CONCERT
ROCK PIANO
GRAND PIANO
STUDIO
GRAND PIANO
MODERN
LA PIANO
DANCE PIANO
GRAND PIANO
BRIGHT
GRAND PIANO
MELLOW
MONO PIANO 1
MONO PIANO 2
TACK PIANO
GRAND PIANO
CLASSIC
GRAND PIANO
DOLCE
HONKY-TONK
OCTAVE PIANO
STRINGS PIANO
PIANO PAD
GM PIANO 1
GM PIANO 2
GM HONKY-TONK
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020 User Tones
039
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
GrPnoConcert
0
64
0
48
Rock Piano
1
64
1
48
GrPno Studio
2
64
0
54
GrPno Modern
3
64
0
49
LA Piano
Dance Piano
4
5
64
64
1
1
49
50
GrPno Bright
6
64
1
51
GrPno Mellow
7
64
0
51
Mono Piano 1
Mono Piano 2
Tack Piano
8
9
10
64
64
64
0
0
0
56
57
58
GrPnoClassic
11
64
0
50
GrPianoDolce
12
64
0
55
Honky-Tonk
Octave Piano
StringsPiano
Piano Pad
GM Piano 1
GM Piano 2
GM HonkyTonk
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
3
3
0
0
0
1
3
48
49
52
53
0
0
0
20 - 39
64
000 AiR ELEC.PIANO 1
AiR E.Piano1
0
65
4
40
001 AiR ELEC.PIANO 2
AiR E.Piano2
1
65
4
41
002 AiR ELEC.PIANO 3
AiR E.Piano3
2
65
4
42
003 AiR ELEC.PIANO 4
AiR E.Piano4
3
65
4
43
004 AiR ELEC.PIANO 5
AiR E.Piano5
4
65
4
44
005 AiR 60’S E.PIANO 1
AiR 60’s EP1
5
65
4
45
006 AiR 60’S E.PIANO 2
AiR 60’s EP2
6
65
4
46
007 AiR 60’S E.PIANO 3
AiR 60’s EP3
7
65
4
47
008 AiR 60’S E.PIANO 4
AiR 60’s EP4
8
65
4
48
009 ELEC.PIANO 1
Elec.Piano 1
9
65
4
49
010 ELEC.PIANO 2
Elec.Piano 2
10
65
4
50
011 ELEC.PIANO 3
Elec.Piano 3
11
65
4
51
012 ELEC.PIANO 4
Elec.Piano 4
12
65
4
52
013 ELEC.PIANO 5
Elec.Piano 5
13
65
4
53
014 DIGITAL E.PIANO 1
Digital EP 1
14
65
5
48
015 DIGITAL E.PIANO 2
Digital EP 2
15
65
5
49
016 DIGITAL E.PIANO 3
Digital EP 3
16
65
5
50
017 DIGITAL E.PIANO 4
Digital EP 4
17
65
5
51
018 DIGITAL E.PIANO 5
Digital EP 5
18
65
5
52
019 DIGITAL E.PIANO 6
Digital EP 6
19
65
5
53
020 DIGITAL E.PIANO 7
Digital EP 7
20
65
5
54
021 DIGITAL E.PIANO 8
Digital EP 8
21
65
5
55
022 DIGITAL E.PIANO 9
Digital EP 9
22
65
5
56
023 DYNO ELEC.PIANO 1 DynoE.Piano1
23
65
4
54
024 DYNO ELEC.PIANO 2 DynoE.Piano2
24
65
4
55
025 60’S ELEC.PIANO 1
60’sE.Piano1
25
65
4
56
026 60’S ELEC.PIANO 2
60’sE.Piano2
26
65
4
57
027 PHASER E.PIANO 1
Phaser EP 1
27
65
4
58
028 PHASER E.PIANO 2
Phaser EP 2
28
65
4
59
Group
Name
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ELEC
PIANO
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
Number
Tone Name
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
029 AMP E.PIANO 1
Amp E.Piano1
29
65
4
60
030 AMP E.PIANO 2
Amp E.Piano2
30
65
4
61
031 CRUNCH E.PIANO
Crunch EP
31
65
4
62
032 DIZZY E.PIANO
Dizzy EP
32
65
4
63
033 ANALOG E.PIANO 1
Analog EP 1
33
65
5
57
034 ANALOG E.PIANO 2
Analog EP 2
34
65
5
58
035 OFF VELO.CLAVI 1
OffVelClavi1
35
65
7
48
036 OFF VELO.CLAVI 2
OffVelClavi2
36
65
7
49
037 CLAVI 1
Clavi 1
37
65
7
50
038 CLAVI 2
Clavi 2
38
65
7
51
039 CLAVI 3
Clavi 3
39
65
7
52
040 CLAVI 4
Clavi 4
40
65
7
53
041 WAH CLAVI 1
Wah Clavi 1
41
65
7
54
042 WAH CLAVI 2
Wah Clavi 2
42
65
7
55
043 CRUNCH CLAVI
Crunch Clavi
43
65
7
56
OFF
OffVelHarpsi
VELO.HARPSICHORD
44
65
6
48
044
045 HARPSICHORD
046
COUPLED
HARPSICHORD
047 VIBRAPHONE
Harpsichord
45
65
6
49
Coupl.Harpsi
46
65
6
50
Vibraphone
47
65
11
48
048 GM E.PIANO 1
GM E.Piano 1
48
65
4
0
049 GM E.PIANO 2
GM E.Piano 2
49
65
5
0
050
GM ELEC.GRAND
PIANO
GM E.G.Piano
50
65
2
0
051 GM HARPSICHORD
GM Harpsi.
51
65
6
0
052 GM CLAVI
GM Clavi
52
65
7
0
053 GM CELESTA
GM Celesta
53
65
8
0
054 GM GLOCKENSPIEL
GM Glocken.
54
65
9
0
055 GM MUSIC BOX
GM Music Box
55
65
10
0
056 GM VIBRAPHONE
GM Vibraphon
56
65
11
0
057 GM MARIMBA
GM Marimba
57
65
12
0
058 GM XYLOPHONE
GM Xylophone
58
65
13
0
059 GM TUBULAR BELL
GM TublarBel
14
0
16
18
18
17
17
17
17
17
16
16
16
16
16
16
17
16
16
16
17
17
17
19
49
48
49
48
51
49
52
53
48
50
51
54
55
56
50
52
57
53
54
55
56
49
060 109
000
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
User Tones
ROCK ORGAN 1
ROCK ORGAN 2
ROCK ORGAN 3
JAZZ ORGAN 1
JAZZ ORGAN 2
PERC.ORGAN 1
PERC.ORGAN 2
PERC.ORGAN 3
DRAWBAR ORGAN 1
DRAWBAR ORGAN 2
DRAWBAR ORGAN 3
ELEC.ORGAN 1
ELEC.ORGAN 2
ELEC.ORGAN 3
70’S ORGAN
OVERDRIVE ORGAN 1
OVERDRIVE ORGAN 2
TREMOLO ORGAN
CLICK ORGAN
SEQUENCE ORGAN
GOSPEL ORGAN
CHAPEL ORGAN
Rock Organ 1
Rock Organ 2
Rock Organ 3
Jazz Organ 1
Jazz Organ 2
Perc.Organ 1
Perc.Organ 2
Perc.Organ 3
Drawbar Org1
Drawbar Org2
Drawbar Org3
Elec.Organ 1
Elec.Organ 2
Elec.Organ 3
70’s Organ
OverdrivOrg1
OverdrivOrg2
Tremolo Org
Click Organ
Seq.Organ
Gospel Organ
Chapel Organ
59
65
60 - 109
65
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
Reference
Group
Name
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
ORGAN
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
STRINGS/
BRASS
Number
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030 049
GM ORGAN 1
GM ORGAN 2
GM ORGAN 3
GM PIPE ORGAN
GM REED ORGAN
GM ACCORDION
GM HARMONICA
GM BANDONEON
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
GM Organ 1
22
66
16
0
GM Organ 2
23
66
17
0
GM Organ 3
24
66
18
0
GM PipeOrgan
25
66
19
0
GM ReedOrgan
26
66
20
0
GM Accordion
27
66
21
0
GM Harmonica
28
66
22
0
GM Bandoneon
29
66
23
0
User Tones
User 90
Tone Name
30 - 49
66
000 STEREO STRINGS 1
StreoString1
0
67
49
48
001 STEREO STRINGS 2
StreoString2
1
67
48
49
002 STRING ENSEMBLE
String Ens.
2
67
48
48
003 SLOW STRINGS
Slow Strings
3
67
49
49
004 BRIGHT STRINGS
BriteStrings
4
67
48
50
005 WARM STRINGS
Warm Strings
5
67
48
51
006 SYNTH-STRINGS 1
Syn-Strings1
6
67
50
48
007 SYNTH-STRINGS 2
Syn-Strings2
7
67
51
48
008 SYNTH-STRINGS 3
Syn-Strings3
8
67
51
49
009 70’S SYNTH-STR.
70’s Syn-Str
9
67
50
49
010 80’S SYNTH-STR.
80’s Syn-Str
10
67
50
50
011 VIOLIN SECTION
ViolnSection
11
67
40
48
012 ORCHESTRA PAD
OrchestraPad
12
67
48
52
013 CHOIR
Choir
13
67
52
48
014 SYNTH-VOICE 1
Synth-Voice1
14
67
54
48
015 SYNTH-VOICE 2
Synth-Voice2
15
67
54
49
016 VOICE ENSEMBLE
VoiceEnsembl
16
67
54
50
017 SYNTH-VOICE PAD
SynVoice Pad
17
67
54
51
018 STEREO BRASS
Stereo Brass
18
67
61
48
019 BRASS SECTION
BrassSection
19
67
61
49
020 SYNTH-BRASS 1
Syn-Brass 1
20
67
62
48
021 SYNTH-BRASS 2
Syn-Brass 2
21
67
63
48
022 80’S SYNTH-BRASS
80’sSynBrass
22
67
62
49
023 BRASS ENSEMBLE
Brass Ens.
23
67
61
50
024 BREATHY ALTO SAX Breathy ASax
24
67
65
49
025 BREATHY TENOR SAX Breathy TSax
25
67
66
49
026 ALTO SAX
26
67
65
48
Alto Sax
027 TENOR SAX
Tenor Sax
27
67
66
48
028 FLUTE
Flute
28
67
73
48
029 TRUMPET
Trumpet
29
67
56
48
030 GM VIOLIN
GM Violin
30
67
40
0
031 GM VIOLA
GM Viola
31
67
41
0
032 GM CELLO
GM Cello
32
67
42
0
033 GM CONTRABASS
GM Contrabas
33
67
43
0
GM Trem.Str.
34
67
44
0
034
GM TREMOLO
STRINGS
035 GM PIZZICATO
GM Pizzicato
35
67
45
0
036 GM HARP
GM Harp
36
67
46
0
037 GM TIMPANI
GM Timpani
37
67
47
0
038 GM STRINGS 1
GM Strings 1
38
67
48
0
039 GM STRINGS 2
GM Strings 2
39
67
49
0
040 GM SYNTH-STRINGS 1 GM Syn-Str.1
40
67
50
0
041 GM SYNTH-STRINGS 2 GM Syn-Str.2
41
67
51
0
042 GM CHOIR AAHS
42
67
52
0
GM ChoirAahs
Group
Name
Number
STRINGS/
043
BRASS
STRINGS/
044
BRASS
STRINGS/
045
BRASS
STRINGS/
046
BRASS
STRINGS/
047
BRASS
STRINGS/
048
BRASS
STRINGS/
049
BRASS
STRINGS/
050
BRASS
STRINGS/
051
BRASS
STRINGS/
052
BRASS
STRINGS/
053
BRASS
STRINGS/
054
BRASS
STRINGS/
055
BRASS
STRINGS/
056
BRASS
STRINGS/
057
BRASS
STRINGS/
058
BRASS
STRINGS/
059
BRASS
STRINGS/
060
BRASS
STRINGS/
061
BRASS
STRINGS/
062
BRASS
STRINGS/
063
BRASS
STRINGS/
064
BRASS
STRINGS/
065
BRASS
STRINGS/
066
BRASS
STRINGS/
067
BRASS
STRINGS/
068
BRASS
STRINGS/
069
BRASS
STRINGS/ 070 BRASS
089
GUITAR/
000
BASS
GUITAR/
001
BASS
GUITAR/
002
BASS
GUITAR/
003
BASS
GUITAR/
004
BASS
GUITAR/
005
BASS
GUITAR/
006
BASS
GUITAR/
007
BASS
GUITAR/
008
BASS
GUITAR/
009
BASS
GUITAR/
010
BASS
GUITAR/
011
BASS
GUITAR/
012
BASS
GUITAR/
013
BASS
GUITAR/
014
BASS
GUITAR/
015
BASS
GUITAR/
016
BASS
GUITAR/
017
BASS
GUITAR/
018
BASS
GUITAR/
019
BASS
Tone Name
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
GM VOICE DOO
GM Voice Doo
43
GM SYNTH-VOICE
GM Syn-Voice
67
53
0
44
67
54
0
GM ORCHESTRA HIT GM Orch.Hit
45
67
55
0
GM TRUMPET
46
67
56
0
GM Trumpet
GM TROMBONE
GM Trombone
47
67
57
0
GM TUBA
GM Tuba
48
67
58
0
GM MUTE TRUMPET
GM MtTrumpet
49
67
59
0
GM FRENCH HORN
GM Fr.Horn
50
67
60
0
GM BRASS
GM Brass
51
67
61
0
GM SYNTH-BRASS 1
GM SynBrass1
52
67
62
0
GM SYNTH-BRASS 2
GM SynBrass2
53
67
63
0
GM SOPRANO SAX
GM Sop.Sax
54
67
64
0
GM ALTO SAX
GM Alto Sax
55
67
65
0
GM TENOR SAX
GM Tenor Sax
56
67
66
0
GM BARITONE SAX
GM Bar.Sax
57
67
67
0
GM OBOE
GM Oboe
58
67
68
0
GM ENGLISH HORN
GM Eng.Horn
59
67
69
0
GM BASSOON
GM Bassoon
60
67
70
0
GM CLARINET
GM Clarinet
61
67
71
0
GM PICCOLO
GM Piccolo
62
67
72
0
GM FLUTE
GM Flute
63
67
73
0
GM RECORDER
GM Recorder
64
67
74
0
GM PAN FLUTE
GM Pan Flute
65
67
75
0
GM BOTTLE BLOW
GM BotleBlow
66
67
76
0
GM SHAKUHACHI
GM Shakuhach
67
67
77
0
GM WHISTLE
GM Whistle
68
67
78
0
GM OCARINA
GM Ocarina
69
67
79
0
70 - 89
67
User Tones
ACOUSTIC BASS 1
Acous.Bass 1
0
68
32
48
ACOUSTIC BASS 2
Acous.Bass 2
1
68
32
49
RIDE BASS
Ride Bass
2
68
32
50
FINGERED BASS 1
FingerBass 1
3
68
33
48
FINGERED BASS 2
FingerBass 2
4
68
33
49
FINGERED BASS 3
FingerBass 3
5
68
34
50
PICKED BASS
Picked Bass
6
68
34
48
SYNTH-BASS 1
Synth-Bass 1
7
68
38
48
SYNTH-BASS 2
Synth-Bass 2
8
68
38
49
SYNTH-BASS 3
Synth-Bass 3
9
68
38
50
SYNTH-BASS 4
Synth-Bass 4
10
68
39
48
SYNTH-BASS 5
Synth-Bass 5
11
68
39
49
SYNTH-BASS 6
Synth-Bass 6
12
68
39
50
TRANCE BASS
Trance Bass
13
68
38
51
NYLON STR.GUITAR
Nylon Guitar
14
68
24
48
STEEL STR.GUITAR
Steel Guitar
15
68
25
48
JAZZ GUITAR
Jazz Guitar
16
68
26
48
CLEAN GUITAR
Clean Guitar
17
68
27
49
Cho.CleanGt
18
68
27
48
Crunch E.Gt
19
68
27
50
CHORUS CLEAN
GUITAR
CRUNCH
ELEC.GUITAR
E-43
Reference
Group
Name
Number
GUITAR/
020
BASS
GUITAR/
021
BASS
GUITAR/
022
BASS
GUITAR/
023
BASS
GUITAR/
024
BASS
GUITAR/
025
BASS
GUITAR/
026
BASS
GUITAR/
027
BASS
GUITAR/
028
BASS
GUITAR/
029
BASS
GUITAR/
030
BASS
GUITAR/
031
BASS
GUITAR/
032
BASS
GUITAR/
033
BASS
GUITAR/
034
BASS
GUITAR/
035
BASS
GUITAR/
036
BASS
GUITAR/
037
BASS
GUITAR/
038
BASS
GUITAR/
039
BASS
GUITAR/ 040 BASS
059
SYNTH/
000
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
001
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
002
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
003
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
004
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
005
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
006
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
007
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
008
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
009
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
010
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
011
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
012
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
013
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
014
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
015
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
016
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
017
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
018
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
019
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
020
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
021
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
022
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
023
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
024
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
025
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
026
VARIOUS
E-44
Tone Name
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
OVERDRIVE GUITAR 1 Overdrive Gt
20
68
29
48
MUTE OVERDRIVE GT Mute Ovd Gt
21
68
28
48
OVERDRIVE GUITAR 2 Overdrive G2
22
68
28
49
DISTORTION GT
23
68
30
48
GM NYLON
STR.GUITAR
GM STEEL
STR.GUITAR
DistortionGt
GM Nylon Gt
24
68
24
0
GM Steel Gt
25
68
25
0
GM JAZZ GUITAR
GM Jazz Gt
26
68
26
0
GM CLEAN GUITAR
GM Clean Gt
27
68
27
0
GM MUTE GUITAR
GM Mute Gt
28
68
28
0
GM OVERDRIVE GT
GM Overdrive
29
68
29
0
GM DISTORTION GT
GM Dist.Gt
30
68
30
0
GM GT HARMONICS
GM Gt Harm.
31
68
31
0
GM ACOUSTIC BASS GM AcousBass
32
68
32
0
GM FINGERED BASS GM Finger Bs
33
68
33
0
GM PICKED BASS
GM Pick Bass
34
68
34
0
GM FRETLESS BASS GM FretlesBs
35
68
35
0
GM SLAP BASS 1
GM SlapBass1
36
68
36
0
GM SLAP BASS 2
GM SlapBass2
37
68
37
0
GM SYNTH-BASS 1
GM Syn-Bass1
38
68
38
0
GM SYNTH-BASS 2
GM Syn-Bass2
39
68
39
0
40 - 59
68
SAW LEAD 1
User Tones
Saw Lead 1
0
69
81
48
SAW LEAD 2
Saw Lead 2
1
69
81
49
SAW LEAD 3
Saw Lead 3
2
69
81
50
MELLOW SAW LEAD
MelowSawLead
3
69
81
51
SQUARE LEAD 1
Square Lead1
4
69
80
48
SQUARE LEAD 2
Square Lead2
5
69
80
49
PULSE LEAD 1
Pulse Lead 1
6
69
80
51
PULSE LEAD 2
Pulse Lead 2
7
69
80
52
SINE LEAD
Sine Lead
8
69
80
53
SQUARE PULSE
LEAD
Sqr Pulse Ld
9
69
80
59
VA SYNTH 1
VA Synth 1
10
69
80
54
VA SYNTH 2
VA Synth 2
11
69
80
55
VA SYNTH 3
VA Synth 3
12
69
80
56
VA SYNTH 4
VA Synth 4
13
69
80
57
VA SYNTH 5
VA Synth 5
14
69
80
58
SEQUENCE SAW
Sequence Saw
15
69
81
55
SAW ARPEGGIO
Saw Arpeggio
16
69
81
56
VA SynSeqBs1
17
69
81
52
VA SYNTH
SEQ-BASS 1
VA SYNTH
SEQ-BASS 2
VA SYNTH
SEQ-BASS 3
VA SynSeqBs2
18
69
81
53
VA SynSeqBs3
19
69
81
54
FANTASY
Fantasy
20
69
88
48
NEW AGE
New Age
21
69
88
49
WARM PAD
Warm Pad
22
69
89
48
WARM VOX
Warm Vox
23
69
89
49
POLYSYNTH PAD
PolysynthPad
24
69
90
48
SYNTH-PAD
Syn-Pad
25
69
90
49
BRIGHT SAW PAD
BrightSawPad
26
69
90
50
Group
Name
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
VARIOUS
Number
Tone Name
027 ATMOSPHERE PAD
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
AtmspherePad
27
69
99
48
028 VA SYNTH-PAD 1
VA Syn-Pad 1
28
69
90
51
029 VA SYNTH-PAD 2
VA Syn-Pad 2
29
69
90
52
030 VA SYNTH-PAD 3
VA Syn-Pad 3
30
69
90
53
031 GM SQUARE LEAD
GM Squ.Lead
31
69
80
0
032 GM SAW LEAD
GM Saw Lead
32
69
81
0
033 GM CALLIOPE
GM Calliope
33
69
82
0
034 GM CHIFF LEAD
GM ChiffLead
34
69
83
0
035 GM CHARANG
GM Charang
35
69
84
0
036 GM VOICE LEAD
GM VoiceLead
36
69
85
0
037 GM FIFTH LEAD
GM FifthLead
37
69
86
0
038 GM BASS+LEAD
GM Bass+Lead
38
69
87
0
039 GM FANTASY
GM Fantasy
39
69
88
0
040 GM WARM PAD
GM Warm Pad
40
69
89
0
041 GM POLYSYNTH
GM PolySynth
41
69
90
0
042 GM SPACE CHOIR
GM Space Cho
42
69
91
0
043 GM BOWED GLASS
GM Bow Glass
43
69
92
0
044 GM METAL PAD
GM Metal Pad
44
69
93
0
045 GM HALO PAD
GM Halo Pad
45
69
94
0
046 GM SWEEP PAD
GM Sweep Pad
46
69
95
0
047 GM RAIN DROP
GM Rain Drop
47
69
96
0
048 GM SOUND TRACK
GM SoundTrak
48
69
97
0
049 GM CRYSTAL
GM Crystal
49
69
98
0
050 GM ATMOSPHERE
GM Atmosphre
50
69
99
0
051 GM BRIGHTNESS
GM Brightnes
51
69
100
0
052 GM GOBLINS
GM Goblins
52
69
101
0
053 GM ECHOES
GM Echoes
53
69
102
0
054 GM SF
GM SF
54
69
103
0
055 GM SITAR
GM Sitar
55
69
104
0
056 GM BANJO
GM Banjo
56
69
105
0
057 GM SHAMISEN
GM Shamisen
57
69
106
0
058 GM KOTO
GM Koto
58
69
107
0
059 GM THUMB PIANO
GM Thumb Pno
59
69
108
0
060 GM BAGPIPE
GM Bagpipe
60
69
109
0
061 GM FIDDLE
GM Fiddle
61
69
110
0
062 GM SHANAI
GM Shanai
62
69
111
0
063 GM DULCIMER
GM Dulcimer
63
69
15
0
064 GM TINKLE BELL
GM TinkleBel
64
69
112
0
065 GM AGOGO
GM Agogo
65
69
113
0
066 GM STEEL DRUMS
GM SteelDrum
66
69
114
0
067 GM WOOD BLOCK
GM WoodBlock
67
69
115
0
068 GM TAIKO
GM Taiko
68
69
116
0
069 GM MELODIC TOM
GM Melo.Tom
69
69
117
0
070 GM SYNTH-DRUM
GM Syn-Drum
70
69
118
0
GM REVERSE
071
CYMBAL
GM RevCymbal
71
69
119
0
072 GM GT FRET NOISE
GM GtFrNoise
72
69
120
0
073 GM BREATH NOISE
GM BrthNoise
73
69
121
0
074 GM SEASHORE
GM Seashore
74
69
122
0
Reference
Group
Name
Number
Tone Name
SYNTH/
075 GM BIRD
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
076 GM TELEPHONE
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
077 GM HELICOPTER
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
078 GM APPLAUSE
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
079 GM GUNSHOT
VARIOUS
SYNTH/
080 User Tones
VARIOUS 127
SYNTH/
128 User Tones
VARIOUS 129
DRUMS
000 STANDARD SET 1
DRUMS
001 STANDARD SET 2
DRUMS
002 STANDARD SET 3
DRUMS
003 STANDARD SET 4
DRUMS
004 DANCE SET 1
DRUMS
005 DANCE SET 2
DRUMS
006 DANCE SET 3
DRUMS
007 TRANCE SET
DRUMS
008 HIP-HOP SET
DRUMS
009 ROOM SET
DRUMS
010 POWER SET
DRUMS
011 ROCK SET
DRUMS
012 ELECTRONIC SET
DRUMS
013 SYNTH SET 1
DRUMS
014 SYNTH SET 2
DRUMS
015 JAZZ SET
DRUMS
016 BRUSH SET
DRUMS
017 ORCHESTRA SET
DRUMS
018 ETHNIC SET 1
DRUMS
019 ETHNIC SET 2
020 DRUMS
User Drums
039
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
GM Bird
75
69
123
0
GM Telephone
76
69
124
0
GM Helicoptr
77
69
125
0
GM Applause
78
69
126
0
79
69
127
0
80 - 127
69
GM Gunshot
StandardSet1
StandardSet2
StandardSet3
StandardSet4
Dance Set 1
Dance Set 2
Dance Set 3
Trance Set
Hip-Hop Set
Room Set
Power Set
Rock Set
Elec.Set
Synth Set 1
Synth Set 2
Jazz Set
Brush Set
OrchestraSet
Ethnic Set 1
Ethnic Set 2
0-1
70
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
20 - 39
125
0
97
000 PX HEX TONE00
PX HexTone00
001 PX HEX TONE01
PX HexTone01
1
97
002 PX HEX TONE02
PX HexTone02
2
97
003 PX HEX TONE03
PX HexTone03
3
97
004 PX HEX TONE04
PX HexTone04
4
97
005 PX HEX TONE05
PX HexTone05
5
97
006 PX HEX TONE06
PX HexTone06
6
97
007 PX HEX TONE07
PX HexTone07
7
97
008 PX HEX TONE08
PX HexTone08
8
97
009 PX HEX TONE09
PX HexTone09
9
97
010 ICECASTLES
Ice Castles
10
97
011 HOUSETOP
House Top
11
97
012 MAXIMUM
Maximum
12
97
013 MIDNIGHTSUN
Midnight Sun
13
97
014 ORCHESTRA
Orchestra
14
97
015 PX-PAD
PX-Pad
15
97
016 ALORE YE
Alore Ye
16
97
017 TRANSEDSAW
Transed Saw
17
97
018 HEX SYNBRASS
Hex SynBrass
18
97
019 HEX SYNVOICES
HexSynVoices
19
97
020 HEX MFPIANO
Hex Mf Piano
20
97
021 HEX JUNGLEPF
Hex JunglePf
21
97
022 HEX BASIC EP1
Hex BasicEP1
22
97
023 HEX BASIC EP2
Hex BasicEP2
23
97
024 HEX BASIC EP3
Hex BasicEP3
24
97
025 HEX BASIC EP4
Hex BasicEP4
25
97
026 HEX BASIC EP5
Hex BasicEP5
26
97
027 HEX BASIC EP6
Hex BasicEP6
27
97
028 HEX ELEC.CLAV1
Hex EleClav1
28
97
0
1
2
3
26
27
28
29
9
8
16
17
24
25
30
32
40
48
49
50
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
Group
Name
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
HEX
LAYER
Number
Tone Name
029 HEX ELEC.CLAV2
Sending and Receiving Receiving Only
Screen Name Program Bank Program Bank
Select
Select
Change
Change
MSB
MSB
Hex EleClav2
29
97
030 HEX ENSEMBLE1
HexEnsemble1
30
97
031 HEX ENSEMBLE2
HexEnsemble2
31
97
032 HEX PIPE ORGAN
HexPipeorgan
32
97
033 HEX SAX LAYER
Hex SaxLayer
33
97
034 HEX WOOD LAYER
HexWoodLayer
34
97
035 HEX REED LAYER
HexReedLayer
35
97
036 HEX TOP OCTAVE
HexTopOctave
36
97
037 HEX PICK LAYER
HexPickLayer
37
97
038 HEX SPLIT1
Hex Split1
38
97
039 HEX SPLIT2
Hex Split2
39
97
040 HEX SYN-LEAD1
Hex SynLead1
40
97
041 HEX SYN-LEAD2
Hex SynLead2
41
97
042 HEX SYN-LEAD3
Hex SynLead3
42
97
043 HEX SYN-LEAD4
Hex SynLead4
43
97
044 HEX SYN-LEAD5
Hex SynLead5
44
97
045 HEX SYN-BASIC1
HexSynBasic1
45
97
046 HEX SYN-BASIC2
HexSynBasic2
46
97
047 HEX SYN-BASIC3
HexSynBasic3
47
97
048 HEX SYN-BASIC4
HexSynBasic4
48
97
049 HEX SYN-BASIC5
HexSynBasic5
050 User HexLayer Tones
127
128 User HexLayer Tones
199
49
97
50 - 127
97
0 - 71
98
NOTE
• See the “Drum Assignment List” (page E-46) for the
percussion instrument assigned to each keyboard
key when a drum set (“DRUMS“) is selected.
E-45
Reference
Drum Assignment List
• ” ”indicates a key is assigned the same tones as it is for STANDARD SET 1.
Key
C-1
C # -1
D-1
E b -1
E-1
F-1
A b -1
A-1
B b -1
B-1
C0
C#0
D0
Eb0
E0
F0
F#0
G0
Ab0
A0
Bb0
B0
C1
C#1
D1
Eb1
E1
F1
F#1
G1
Ab1
A1
Bb1
B1
C2
C#2
D2
Eb2
E2
F2
F#2
G2
Ab2
A2
Bb2
B2
C3
C#3
D3
Eb3
E3
F3
F#3
G3
Ab3
A3
Bb3
B3
C4
C#4
D4
Eb4
E4
F4
F#4
G4
Ab4
A4
Bb4
B4
C5
C#5
D5
Eb5
E5
F5
F#5
G5
Ab5
A5
Bb5
B5
C6
C#6
D6
Eb6
E6
F6
G6
A6
B6
F#6
Ab6
Bb6
C7
C#7
D7
Eb7
E7
F7
G7
A7
B7
C8
D8
E8
F#7
Ab7
Bb7
C#8
Eb8
F8
F#8
G8
Ab8
A8
B8
C9
D9
E9
F9
G9
E-46
F # -1
G-1
Bb8
C#9
Eb9
F#9
Note
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
STANDARD SET 1
STANDARD SET 3
STANDARD SET 2
STANDARD SET 4
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
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
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Applause 1
Applause 2
Standard2 Kick 2
Standard2 Kick 1
Standard2 Snare 1
Standard2 Snare 2
Standard2 Closed Hi-Hat
Standard2 Pedal Hi-Hat
Standard2 Open Hi-Hat
Standard3 Kick 2
Standard3 Kick 1
Standard3 Side Stick
Standard3 Snare 1
Standard3 Hand Clap
Standard3 Snare 2
Standard3 Low Tom 2
Standard3 Closed Hi-Hat
Standard3 Low Tom 1
Standard3 Pedal Hi-Hat
Standard3 Mid Tom 2
Standard3 Open Hi-Hat
Standard3 Mid Tom 1
Standard3 High Tom 2
Standard3 High Tom 1
Standard4 Kick 2
Standard4 Kick 1
Standard4 Snare 1
Standard4 Snare 2
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
Xiao Bo
Low Tang Gu
Mid Tang Gu
High Tang Gu
DANCE SET 1
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
Hip-Hop Snare 3 Rev.
Synth2 Kick 1 Rev.
Reverse Cymbal Gate
Hip-Hop Snare 4 Gate
Hip-Hop Snare 3 Gate
Techno Snare Gate
Hip-Hop Side Stick Gate
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
Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 1
Synth2 Low Tom 1
Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 2
Synth2 Mid Tom 2
Synth2 Open Hi-Hat
Synth2 Mid Tom 1
Synth2 Hi Tom 2
Synth2 Hi Tom 1
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
Hip-Hop Kick 3
Standard2 Kick 1
Standard2 Snare 1
Hand Clap 3
Standard2 Snare 2
Elec Low Tom 2
Hip-Hop Closed Hi-Hat
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
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
Tambourine 2
Tambourine 3
Cabasa 2
Maracas 2
Claves 2
Mute Triangle 2
Open Triangle 2
Shaker 2
Hand Clap
Hand Clap 2
DANCE SET 2
DANCE SET 3
Hip-Hop Kick 3
Dance Kick 5
Hand Clap 3
Dance Snare 7
Hand Clap 2
Techno Snare
Synth2 Low Tom 2
Trance Closed Hi-Hat
Synth2 Low Tom 1
Trance Open Hi-Hat 1
Synth2 Mid Tom 2
Trance Open Hi-Hat 2
Synth2 Mid Tom 1
Synth2 High Tom 2
Synth2 High Tom 1
Dance Kick 2
Dance Kick 4
Hip-Hop Side Stick Gate
Dance Snare 2
Synth1 Hand Clap
Dance Snare 1 Gate
Standard3 Low Tom 2
Standard3 Closed Hi-Hat
Standard3 Low Tom 1
Standard3 Pedal Hi-Hat
Standard3 Mid Tom 2
Standard3 Open Hi-Hat
Standard3 Mid Tom 1
Standard3 High Tom 2
Standard3 High Tom 1
Reference
Key
C-1
C # -1
D-1
E b -1
E-1
F-1
F # -1
G-1
A b -1
A-1
B b -1
B-1
C0
C#0
D0
Eb0
E0
F0
F#0
G0
Ab0
A0
Bb0
B0
C1
C#1
D1
Eb1
E1
F1
F#1
G1
Ab1
A1
Bb1
B1
C2
C#2
D2
Eb2
E2
F2
F#2
G2
Ab2
A2
Bb2
B2
C3
C#3
D3
Eb3
E3
F3
F#3
G3
Ab3
A3
Bb3
B3
C4
C#4
D4
Eb4
E4
F4
F#4
G4
Ab4
A4
Bb4
B4
C5
C#5
D5
Eb5
E5
F5
F#5
G5
Ab5
A5
Bb5
B5
C6
C#6
D6
Eb6
E6
F6
G6
A6
B6
F#6
Ab6
Bb6
C7
C#7
D7
Eb7
E7
F7
G7
A7
B7
C8
D8
E8
F8
G8
A8
B8
C9
D9
E9
F9
G9
F#7
Ab7
Bb7
C#8
Eb8
F#8
Ab8
Bb8
C#9
Eb9
F#9
Note
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
TRANCE SET
ROOM SET
HIP-HOP SET
POWER SET
ROCK SET
ELECTRONIC SET
SYNTH SET 1
Trance Kick 2
Trance Kick 1
Trance Side Stick
Trance Snare 1
Trance Hand Clap
Trance Snare 2
Trance Closed Hi-Hat
Trance Open Hi-Hat 1
Trance Open Hi-Hat 2
Trance Tambourine
Hip-Hop Kick 2
Hip-Hop Kick 1
Hip-Hop Side Stick
Hip-Hop Snare 1
Hip-Hop Hand Clap
Hip-Hop Snare 2
Hip-Hop Closed Hi-Hat
Hip-Hop Pedal Hi-Hat
Hip-Hop Open Hi-Hat
Room Kick 2
Room Kick 1
Room Snare 1
Room 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 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
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
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
Synth1 Kick 2
Synth1 Kick 1
Synth1 Rim Shot
Synth1 Snare 1
Synth1 Hand Clap
Synth1 Snare 2
Synth1 Low Tom 2
Synth1 Closed Hi-Hat 1
Synth1 Low Tom 1
Synth1 Closed Hi-Hat 2
Synth1 Mid Tom 2
Synth1 Open Hi-Hat
Synth1 Mid Tom 1
Synth1 High Tom 2
Synth1 Crash Cymbal
Synth1 High Tom 1
Synth1 Ride Cymbal
Synth1 Tambourine
Synth1 Cowbell
Synth1 High Bongo
Synth1 Low Bongo
Synth1 Mute Hi Conga
Synth1 Open Hi Conga
Synth1 Open Low Conga
Synth1 Maracas
Synth1 Claves
E-47
Reference
Key
C-1
C # -1
D-1
E b -1
E-1
F-1
A b -1
A-1
B b -1
B-1
C0
C#0
D0
Eb0
E0
F0
F#0
G0
Ab0
A0
Bb0
B0
C1
C#1
D1
Eb1
E1
F1
F#1
G1
Ab1
A1
Bb1
B1
C2
C#2
D2
Eb2
E2
F2
F#2
G2
Ab2
A2
Bb2
B2
C3
C#3
D3
Eb3
E3
F3
F#3
G3
Ab3
A3
Bb3
B3
C4
C#4
D4
Eb4
E4
F4
F#4
G4
Ab4
A4
Bb4
B4
C5
C#5
D5
Eb5
E5
F5
F#5
G5
Ab5
A5
Bb5
B5
C6
C#6
D6
Eb6
E6
F6
G6
A6
B6
F#6
Ab6
Bb6
C7
C#7
D7
Eb7
E7
F7
G7
A7
B7
C8
D8
E8
F8
G8
A8
B8
C9
D9
E9
F9
G9
E-48
F # -1
G-1
F#7
Ab7
Bb7
C#8
Eb8
F#8
Ab8
Bb8
C#9
Eb9
F#9
Note
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
SYNTH SET 2
BRUSH SET
JAZZ SET
ORCHESTRA SET
ETHNIC SET 1
ETHNIC SET 2
Synth2 Kick 2
Synth2 Kick 1
Synth1 Rim Shot
Synth2 Snare 1
Synth2 Snare 2
Synth2 Low Tom 2
Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 1
Synth2 Low Tom 1
Synth2 Closed Hi-Hat 2
Synth2 Mid Tom 2
Synth2 Open Hi-Hat
Synth2 Mid Tom 1
Synth2 High Tom 2
Synth2 High Tom 1
Synth1 Cowbell
Synth1 Maracas
Synth1 Claves
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Jazz Snare 1
Jazz Snare 2
Jazz Kick 2
Brush Kick
Brush Side Stick
Brush Snare 1
Brush Slap
Brush Snare 2
Brush Crash Cymbal 1
Brush Ride Cymbal 1
Brush Ride Bell
Brush Tambourine
Brush Splash Cymbal
Brush Crash Cymbal 2
Brush Ride Cymbal 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 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
Mridangam Dhom
Mridangam Dhi
Mridangam Dhin
Mridangam Num
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
Xiao Bo
Low Tang Gu
Mid Tang Gu
High Tang Gu
Timpani G
Timpani G #
Timpani A
Timpani A #
Timpani B
Timpani c
Timpani c #
Timpani d
Timpani d #
Reference
Arpeggio Type List
Number
000
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
Type Name
Screw Up
Screw Down
Panning Up
Filtering
Skip Up
Skip Down
Up Up Down
Down Down Up
Step Arp 1
Step Arp 2
Seq Lines
Synth Seq 1
Synth Seq 2
Seq Line 1
Seq Line 2
Seq Line 3
Seq Line 4
Seq Line 5
Seq Line 6
Seq Line 7
Prelude
Arp 2 Oct
9th Arp 1
9th Arp 2
9th Arp 3
Soul Bass 1
Number
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
Type Name
Soul Bass 2
Shuffle Bass
Funk Bass
Bossa Bass
8 Beat Bass
R&B Bass
Bass Line 1
Bass Line 2
Scale 1
Scale 2
Scale 3
Scale 4
Blues Scale
Penta Scale
Funky EP
Ragtime
Riff
Ska
8 Beat
12/8
Shuffle
Waltz
Shuffle Pop
Hard Rock
Echo
Trill
Number
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
Type Name
Poly 1
Poly 2
Poly 3
Poly 4
Poly 5
Poly 6
Poly 7
Poly 8
Up
Up 2Oct
Up 3Oct
Up 4Oct
Down
Down 2Oct
Down 3Oct
Down 4Oct
Up Down A
UpDownA 2Oct
UpDownA 3Oct
UpDownA 4Oct
Up Down B
UpDownB 2Oct
UpDownB 3Oct
UpDownB 4Oct
Random
Random 2Oct
Number
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
Type Name
Random 3Oct
Random 4Oct
Repeat 1
Repeat 2
Add 5th Up
Add 5th Down
Add 5th U/D
5th Up 1
5th Up 2
Octave Up 1
Octave Up 2
Octave Down
Poly Up
Poly Down
Poly Line
4th Up
4th Down
New Age
Gtr Strk 1
Gtr Strk 2
Latin Pf 1
Latin Pf 2
Number
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
Wave Name
EP Attack3
EP Attack4
EP Attack5
EP Attack6
EP Attack7
EP Attack8
EP Attack9
EP Attack10
EP Attack11
EP Attack12
Clavi 1 1
Clavi 1 2
Clavi 2 1
Clavi 2 2
Clavi Off
ClaviAttack1
ClaviAttack2
Harpsichord
Harpsi Off
CouplHarpsi
Vibraphone
GM E.Piano11
GM E.Piano12
GM E.Piano2
GM Harpsi.
GM Clavi
GM Celesta
GM Glocken.
GM MusicBox1
GM MusicBox2
GM Vibraphon
GM Marimba
GM Xylophone
GM TublarBel
Rock Organ 1
RockOrgan2 1
RockOrgan2 2
Rock Organ 3
JazzOrgan1 1
JazzOrgan1 2
JazzOrgan2 1
JazzOrgan2 2
Perc.Organ 1
PercOrgan2 1
PercOrgan2 2
PercOrgan3 1
Number
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
Wave Name
PercOrgan3 2
Drawbar Org1
Drawbar Org2
Drawbar Org3
Elec.Organ 1
Elec.Organ 2
Elec.Organ 3
70’s Organ
OverdriveOrg
Tremolo Org
Click Organ
Organ Click
8’Organ1
8’Organ2
Seq.Organ1
Seq.Organ2
ChurchOrgan1
ChurchOrgan2
Chapel Organ
GM Organ 1
GM Organ 21
GM Organ 22
GM Organ 31
GM Organ 32
GMPipeOrgan1
GMPipeOrgan2
GM ReedOrgan
GMAccordion1
GMAccordion2
GM Harmonica
GMBandoneon1
GMBandoneon2
StreoString1
StreoString2
String Ens.
Slow Strings
BritStrings1
BritStrings2
Warm Strings
SynStrings11
SynStrings12
Syn-Strings2
Syn-Strings3
70’s Syn-Str
80’s Syn-Str
ViolnSect1
Number
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
Wave Name
ViolnSect2
OrchestrPad1
OrchestrPad2
Choir1
Choir2
Synth-Voice1
Synth-Voice2
VoiceEnsemb1
VoiceEnsemb2
SynVoice Pad
BrassSect1
BrassSect2
Syn-Brass 11
Syn-Brass 12
Syn-Brass 21
Syn-Brass 22
80sSynBrass1
80sSynBrass2
Brass Ens.1
Brass Ens.2
BreathyASax1
BreathyASax2
BreathyASax3
BreathyTSax1
BreathyTSax2
BreathyTSax3
GM Violin
GM Viola
GM Cello
GM Contrabas
GM Trem.Str.
GM Pizzicato
GM Harp
GM Timpani
GM Strings 1
GM Strings 2
GM Syn-Str.1
GM Syn-Str.2
GM ChoirAahs
GM Voice Doo
GM Syn-Voice
GM Orch.Hit1
GM Orch.Hit2
GM Trumpet1
GM Trumpet2
GM Trombone
Wave List
Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Wave Name
GrPiano1-L
GrPiano1-R
GrPiano2-L
GrPiano2-R
GrPiano3-L
GrPiano3-R
GrPiano4-L
GrPiano4-R
PianoAttack1
PianoAttack2
PianoAttack3
AiR E.Piano1
AiR E.Piano2
AiR E.Piano3
AiR E.Piano4
AiR 60’s EP1
AiR 60’s EP2
AiR 60’s EP3
AiR 60’s EP4
ElecPiano1 1
ElecPiano1 2
ElecPiano2 1
ElecPiano2 2
ElecPiano2 3
60’sE.Piano1
60’sE.Piano2
E.Grand 80
DynoE.Piano1
DynoE.Piano2
FM E.Piano
MelowEPiano1
MelowEPiano2
Digital EP1A
Digital EP1B
Digital EP1C
Digital EP2A
Digital EP2B
Digital EP2C
Digital EP3A
Digital EP3B
Digital EP3C
Digital EP4
Analog EP1
Analog EP2
EP Attack1
EP Attack2
E-49
Reference
Number
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
E-50
Wave Name
GM Tuba
GMMtTrumpet1
GMMtTrumpet2
GM Fr.Horn1
GM Fr.Horn2
GM Brass1
GM Brass2
GMSynBrass11
GMSynBrass12
GMSynBrass21
GMSynBrass22
GM Sop.Sax
GM Alto Sax
GM Tenor Sax
GM Bar.Sax
GM Oboe
GM Eng.Horn
GM Bassoon
GM Clarinet
GM Piccolo
GM Flute
GM Recorder
GM Pan Flute
GM BotleBlow
GMShakuhach1
GMShakuhach2
GM Whistle
GM Ocarina
AcousBass 11
AcousBass 12
AcousBass 13
AcousBass 21
AcousBass 22
AcousBass 23
Ride Bass
FingerBass 2
FingerBass 3
Picked Bass
Synth-Bass11
Synth-Bass12
Synth-Bass13
Synth-Bass14
Synth-Bass21
Synth-Bass22
Synth-Bass23
Synth-Bass24
Synth-Bass31
Synth-Bass32
Synth-Bass 4
Synth-Bass 5
Synth-Bass 6
Trance Bass1
Add FingBs1
Add FingBs2
Add FingBs3
Add PickBs1
Add PickBs2
Add SynBs1
Add SynBs2
Add SynBs3
SteelGuitr11
SteelGuitr12
Clean Guitar
Crunch E.Gt
OverdriveGt1
OverdriveGt2
Mute Ovd Gt
GM Nylon Gt1
GM Nylon Gt2
GM Steel Gt1
GM Steel Gt2
GM Jazz Gt
GM Clean Gt1
GM Clean Gt2
GM Mute Gt1
GM Mute Gt2
GMOverdrive1
GMOverdrive2
GM Dist.Gt
GM Gt Harm.
GMAcousBass1
GMAcousBass2
GMAcousBass3
GM FingerBs1
GM FingerBs2
Number
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
Wave Name
GM PickBass1
GM PickBass2
GMFretlesBs1
GMFretlesBs2
GM SlapBass1
GMSlapBass21
GMSlapBass22
GM SynBass11
GM SynBass12
GM Syn-Bass2
Saw Lead 11
Saw Lead 12
Saw Lead 21
Saw Lead 22
Saw Lead 3
MelwSawLead1
MelwSawLead2
SquareLead11
SquareLead12
Square Lead2
PulseLead11
PulseLead12
PulseLead21
PulseLead22
Sine Lead
Sqr PulseLd1
Sqr PulseLd2
VA Synth 1
VA Synth 2
VA Synth 3
VA Synth 4
VA Synth 5
VA Synth 6
VA Synth 7
VA Synth 8
VA Synth 9
VA Synth 10
VA Synth 11
VA Synth 12
VA Synth 13
SequenceSaw1
SequenceSaw2
SawArpeggio1
SawArpeggio2
VA SynSeqBs1
VA SynSeqBs2
VA SynSeqBs3
Fantasy1
Fantasy2
New Age1
New Age2
Warm Pad
Warm Vox1
Warm Vox2
Syn-Bell Atk
SynVoice Atk
Syn-Pad1
Syn-Pad2
BrightSawPd1
BrightSawPd2
AtmspherePd1
AtmspherePd2
VA Syn-Pad 1
VA Syn-Pad 2
VA Syn-Pad 3
GM Squ.Lead1
GM Squ.Lead2
GM Saw Lead1
GM Saw Lead2
GM Calliope1
GM Calliope2
GMChiffLead1
GMChiffLead2
GM Charang1
GM Charang2
GMVoiceLead1
GMVoiceLead2
GMFifthLead1
GMFifthLead2
GMFifthLead3
GMFifthLead4
GMBass+Lead1
GMBass+Lead2
GMBass+Lead3
GMBass+Lead4
Number
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
Wave Name
GM Fantasy1
GM Fantasy2
GM Warm Pad
GMPolySynth1
GMPolySynth2
GM SpaceCho1
GM SpaceCho2
GM BowGlass1
GM BowGlass2
GM MetalPad1
GM MetalPad2
GM Halo Pad1
GM Halo Pad2
GM Sweep Pad
GM RainDrop1
GM RainDrop2
GMSoundTrak1
GMSoundTrak2
GM Crystal1
GM Crystal2
GMAtmosphre1
GMAtmosphre2
GMBrightnes1
GMBrightnes2
GM Goblins1
GM Goblins2
GM Echoes
GM SF1
GM SF2
GM Sitar
GM Banjo
GM Shamisen
GM Koto
GM Thumb Pno
GM Bagpipe1
GM Bagpipe2
GM Fiddle
GM Shanai
GM Dulcimer
GM TinkleBel
GM Agogo
GMSteelDrum1
GMSteelDrum2
GM WoodBlock
GM Taiko
GM Melo.Tom
GM Syn-Drum
GM RevCymbal
GM GtFrNoise
GM BrthNoise
GM Seashore1
GM Seashore2
GM Bird1
GM Bird2
GM Telephone
GM Helicoptr
GM Applause1
GM Applause2
GM Gunshot
Sin Wave
SawtoothWave
Square Wave
Pulse Wave
White Noise
Pink Noise
Reference
Instrument List
Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
Wave Name
Blank Inst
Std1 Kick1
Std1 Kick2
Std2 Kick1
Std2 Kick2
Std3 Kick 1
Std3 Kick 2
Std4 Kick 1
Std4 Kick 2
HipHop Kick1
HipHop Kick2
HipHopKick3
Room Kick 1
Room Kick 2
Power Kick 1
Power Kick 2
Power Snare1
Power Snare2
Rock Kick 1
Rock Kick 2
Elec.Kick 1
Elec.Kick 2
Syn1 Kick 1
Syn1 Kick 2
Synth1Kick3
Syn2 Kick 1
Syn2 Kick 2
Syn2Kick1Rev
Trance Kick1
Trance Kick2
Dance Kick 1
Dance Kick 2
Dance Kick 3
Dance Kick 4
Dance Kick 5
Jazz Kick 1
Jazz Kick 2
Brush Kick 1
Concert BD
Std1 Snar1
Std1 Snar2
Std2Snare1
Std2Snare2
Std3 Snare 1
Std3 Snare 2
Std4 Snare 1
Std4 Snare 2
Room Snare 1
Room Snare 2
HipHopSnare1
HipHopSnare2
HipHopSnare3
HpHpSnar3Rev
HipHopSnare4
Rock Snare 1
Rock Snare 2
Elec.Snare 1
Elec.Snare 2
Syn1 Snare 1
Syn1 Snare 2
Syn2 Snare 1
Syn2 Snare 2
TranceSnare1
TranceSnare2
Dance Snare1
DanceSnar1Gt
Dance Snare2
Dance Snare3
Dance Snare4
Dance Snare5
Dance Snare6
Dance Snare7
Dance Snare8
Dance Snare9
Techno Snare
Jazz Snare 1
Jazz Snare 2
Brush Snare
Brush Slap
Brush Swirl
Concert SD
Number
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
Wave Name
Side Stick
Std3SidStick
HpHpSidStick
RockSidStick
Syn1 RimShot
TrcSideStick
HpHp RimShot
BrshSidStick
Hand Clap
Std3HandClap
HipHpHndClap
Syn1HandClap
Trc HandClap
Hand Clap 2
Hand Clap 3
High Tom 1
High Tom 2
Mid Tom 1
Mid Tom 2
Low Tom 1
Low Tom 2
Std3HighTom1
Std3HighTom2
Std3MidTom1
Std3MidTom2
Std3LowTom1
Std3LowTom2
RoomHighTom1
RoomHighTom2
RoomMidTom1
RoomMidTom2
RoomLowTom1
RoomLowTom2
ElecHighTom1
ElecHighTom2
Elec.MidTom1
Elec.MidTom2
Elec.LowTom1
Elec.LowTom2
Syn1 HiTom1
Syn1 HiTom2
Syn1 MidTom1
Syn1 MidTom2
Syn1 LowTom1
Syn1 LowTom2
Syn2 HiTom1
Syn2 HiTom2
Syn2 MidTom1
Syn2 MidTom2
Syn2 LowTom1
Syn2 LowTom2
CloseHiHat
PedalHiHat
Open HiHat
Std2 CHHat
Std2 PHHat
Std2 OHHat
Std3 ClHiHat
Std3 PdHiHat
Std3 OpHiHat
HipHop CHHat
HipHop PHHat
HipHop OHHat
Rock ClHiHat
Rock PdHiHat
Rock OpHiHat
Syn1ClHiHat1
Syn1ClHiHat2
Syn1 OpHiHat
Syn2ClHiHat1
Syn2ClHiHat2
Syn2 OpHiHat
Trc ClsHiHat
Trc OpHiHat1
Trc OpHiHat2
CrashCymbal1
CrashCymbal2
RockCrashCym
ChineseCymbl
SplashCymbal
RockSplshCym
Number
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
Wave Name
ReverseCymbl
Syn1CrashCym
TechnoCymbal
BrshCrshCym1
BrshCrshCym2
BrshSplshCym
RideCymbal 1
RideCymbal 2
Ride Bell
RockRideCymb
Syn1 RideCym
Techno Ride
BrshRideCym1
BrshRideCym2
BrshRideBell
Concert Cym1
Concert Cym2
High Q
Slap
Square Click
Sticks
Metron.Click
Metron.Bell
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
HpHpScratch1
HpHpScratch2
Tambourin1
Tambourin2
Tambourin3
Syn1 Tambrin
TrcTambourin
DancTamborin
BrTambourn
Cowbell
Syn1 Cowbell
Vibraslap
High Bongo
Low Bongo
Syn1 HiBongo
Syn1LowBongo
Mute HiConga
Open HiConga
OpenLowConga
Syn1MtHiCong
Syn1OpHiCong
Syn1OpLoCong
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Cabasa 2
Maracas
Maracas 2
Syn1 Maracas
ShrtHiWhistl
LongLoWhistl
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Claves 2
Syn1 Claves
Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
MuteTriangl2
OpenTriangl2
Shaker
Shaker 2
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Applause 1
Applause 2
Timpani F
Number
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
Wave Name
Timpani F#
Timpani G
Timpani G#
Timpani A
Timpani A#
Timpani B
Timpani c+
Timpani c#+
Timpani d+
Timpani d#+
Timpani e+
Timpani f+
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
MridangamTha
MridangmDhom
MridangamDhi
MridangmDhin
MridangamNum
Ban Gu
Hu Yin Luo
Xiao Luo
Xiao Bo
Low Tang Gu
Mid Tang Gu
High Tang Gu
Tablah 1
Tablah 2
Tablah 3
Daf 1
Daf 2
Riq 1
Riq 2
Riq 3
Davul 1
Davul 2
Zill 1
Zill 2
E-51
Key’s
Ch’s
After
Touch
Control
Change*2
Pitch Bender
Note ON
Note OFF
Velocity
True voice
0
1
5
6, 38
7
10
11
16
17
18
19
64
65
66
67
71
72
O
O
X
O *3
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
O 8nH v = 0 - 127
0 - 127
Mode 3
X
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode
Note
Number
1 - 16
1 - 16
Default
Changed
Transmitted
O
O
O
O *3
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O 9nH v = 1 - 127
O 9nH v = 0, 8nH v = 0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127*1
Mode 3
X
1 - 16
1 - 16
Recognized
Version : 1.0
Remarks
Bank select
Modulation
Portamento Time
Data entry LSB, MSB
Volume
Pan
Expression
DSP Parameter1*3
DSP Parameter2*3
DSP Parameter3*3
DSP Parameter4*3
Hold1
Portamento Switch
Sostenuto
Soft pedal
Filter resonance
Release time
MIDI Implementation Chart
Basic
Channel
Function
Model PX-5S
:True #
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Aux
Messages
O
O
O
O
O
X
Attack time
Filter cutoff
Vibrato rate
Vibrato depth
Vibrato delay
DSP Parameter5*3
DSP Parameter6*3
DSP Parameter7*3
DSP Parameter8*3
Portamento Control
High resolution velocity prefix
Reverb send level
Chorus send level
Delay send level
NRPN LSB, MSB
RPN LSB, MSB
*1 : Depends on tone
*2 : Any control change from 0 to 101 can be assigned to the controller and sent.
*3 : For details, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/.
O
O
X
O
O
X
: All sound off
: Reset all controller
: Local ON/OFF
: All notes OFF
: Active Sense
: Reset
O
O
X
X
X
O *3
0 - 127
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O *3
O *3
Remarks
O
O
: Clock
: Commands
System
Real Time
X
X
X
: Song Pos
: Song Sel
: Tune
O *3
O
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
O *3
O *3
System
Common
System Exclusive
Program
Change
73
74
76
77
78
80
81
82
83
84
88
91
93
94
98, 99
100, 101
O : Yes
X : No
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