Peavey Millennium DK-20 Keyboard Owner's manual

Peavey Millennium DK-20 Keyboard Owner's manual
Table of Contents
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Demo Songs ..............c..ececececcnanenenen nee. ……. 11
Layering SOUNdS....................ersseseserrsreccene rase rence 0000 12
Touch Sensitivitÿ..........…..erssercersrssensererencencuee …. 12
Keyboard Transposition .…….…....…...esssssesesnencencence 13
Keyboard Tuning.............. E
Using MIDI... E ARE E RUE errr 14
Turning Local Sound Off'.................e.e.e.ereeseraco 16
Setting MIDI Transmit/Receive Channels......... 16
Troubleshooting ....................reesesecccerecacanonenaccarecaee. 18
Safety Instructions ....................e...eeeeesiceeer ce .. 19.
Specifications ...................w.e. ea. eterna. 20
—ntroduction
Thank you for purchasing the Peavey Millennium™ DK-20
home keyboard. The Millennium DK-20 offers unmatched
sound quality and real piano “feel” in a beautiful hardwood
cabinet. The piano sounds used in the Millennium DK-20 were
selected from the renowned McGill University collection of
Steinway® grand piano samples.
The Millennium DK-20 offers 32-note polyphony, allowing you
to play up to 32 notes simultaneously, sixteen sounds, three
effects settings, three tone settings, and much more!
The best way for you enjoy your Millennium DK-20 home
keyboard is to begin playing. However, we suggest taking a
few moments to read the rest of this manual to become familiar
with the Millennium DK-20 functions and care instructions.
Enjoy!
Steinway is registered trademark of Steinway, Inc.
features
Steinway Grand Piano samples
tion, fully weighted keyboard
Sixteen sounds including Pianos, Electric Pianos.
Organs, Harpsichord, Strings. Ethereal. and Vibes
Three tone settings: Bright, Normal. Mellow
Stereo 35 watt speaker system
Headphone jack
Dual pedals
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The finish on the Millennium DK-20 requires special care and
treatment. In order to keep your DK-20 looking its best for
years to come, follow these simple rules: 3. Do not set-up the DK-20 in direct sunlight. Keep it away
1. Only use a soft, clean, slightly damp cloth for cleaning from excessive heat and humidity.
the cabinet and keys. Never use abrasive cleaners, 4, Never open the case and touch or tamper with the
waxes, solvents or chemical dust cloths. These products internal circuitry.
could damage the finish of the DK-20. 5. Always turn the power switch off after use.
2. Never place vinyl products on the DK-20. Some vinyl 6. Never use more force than is necessary on the controls,
products can cause irreversible damage to the finish. connectors or other parts of the DK-20.
и Tune Button
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All of the control buttons for
the Millennium DK-20
keyboard are located at (or
near) your fingertips for ease
of use. None of the buttons
described here are out of your
sight. Everything is where you
can see (and reach) it and is
clearly labeled.
Effect Button
The Effect button allows you to select the effect you
want. Press this button until the desired effect is
obtained. There are three effects to choose from:
Reverb 1 - an effect that simulates room ambience.
Reverb 2 - simulates a larger room than Reverb 1.
Chorus - a sweeping, doubling effect.
Each effect has an LED that will light when selected. If
no effect is selected, none of the LEDs will be lit.
Transpose Button
This button is used to transpose (shift) the keyboard to
another key. It is also used to do some advanced
functions when used with other buttons or keys. See the
Keyboard Transposition section.
Tone Button
This button is used to change the tone of the sound. The
Normal setting does not affect the sound. The Bright
setting adds more treble, or crispness, for a sharper
tone. The Mellow setting decreases the treble for a 8.
warmer, rounder sound.
This button is used to adjust the tuning of the keyboard.
For more details see the Keyboard Tuning section.
Demo Button
Each sound on the DK-20 has its own demonstration
song. Pressing this button starts the demonstration song
for the sound selected. Pressing this button a second
time stops the demonstration song.
Sound Select Buttons (1-8)
The DK-20 has sixteen sounds from which to choose
(two per
button). Each
button has an
LED
associated
with it that lights red for one sound and green for the
other. Pressing a button repeatedly will toggle between
the two sounds associated with it. For more advanced
applications, two sounds can be layered by pressing two
Sound Select buttons at the same time. For more details
on how to layer sounds, see the Layered Sounds section.
Volume Control
This is the slider that is used to control the overall
volume of the keyboard. All the volumes are controlled
by this slider: the built-in speakers, the headphones, and
the outputs on the back of the keyboard. Also, the
volume of any external signal plugged into the DK-20
rear inputs will be controlled by this slider.
Power Switch
This turns the keyboard on or off.
| Jedals/ (2 onnections
These pedals have different functions, depending on which
instrument is selected. The connections discussed are located
on the rear of the DK-20.
1.
Soft/Rotary
Speed Pedal
(Left)
If one of the
Organ sounds
(not the Pipe
Organ) is in
use, this
pedal will
toggle the
speed of the
rotary
speaker
emulation from slow to fast and back to slow. Each time
the pedal is depressed, the speed will begin changing 5.
until reaching its final value a few seconds later.
If any sound other than an Organ sound is in use, this
pedal will act as a “soft pedal.” Any notes played while
the pedal is down will sound softer than they were 6.
actually played.
Damper (Sustain) Pedal (Right)
This works like the damper pedal on an acoustic piano.
Notes being held when the pedal is depressed, and notes
played after the pedal is held down will sustain (keep
playing) as if the keys were not released. When the
pedal is released, the sustained notes will also be
released.
Auxiliary Inputs
These allow the DK-20 to mix another sound source,
such as a tape deck or CD player. or another keyboard
with the DK-20 stereo outputs. Connect the line outputs
(not the speaker outputs) of the source to these jacks.
The sound of the external source will be mixed with the
sound of the DK-20. If a different connector is needed,
an adapter may be found at any electronics store.
Outputs
Use the outputs of the DK-20 to connect to an external
power amplifier or stereo system.
Foot Pedal Jack
Connect the cord provided for the dual foot pedals to
this jack.
MIDI Jacks
(Out/Thru/In)
This provides the
DK-20 with MIDI
(Musical Instrument
Digital Interface)
capability. MIDI messages can be received with the MIDI
Ín jack, sent with the MIDI Out jack, and echoed with the
MIDI Thru jack. This is explained later in the manual.
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Refer to the insert that came with the Millennium DK-20 for
assembly instructions, then return here to continue. If you have
already completed the assembly of the DK-20, let's get started.
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The DK-20 comes with several demonstration songs, each
composed to showcase a different type of sound. Use the
following procedure to listen to the demos.
Check your power supply Let's say you want to listen to the demo song for the piano
‘Make sure that your local AC mains voltage matches the sound:
voltage specified on the rear of the unit.
1. Press the Piano button. Remember, each button has tw
The music stand sounds associated with it, so you will get a different
If you will be using demo depending on the color of the LED (red or green!
sheet music,
raise the built-
in music stand
by lifting the rear
edge of the music
stand. You To listen to a demo for any of the other sounds, simply
should notice substitute the name of that sound for piano in the above
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place—a slight
click will be
heard when the bracket drops
into place.
2. Press the Demo button.
That's it! You should be listening to the demo song for
the piano sound.
To lower the stand, slightly tilt the stand toward the front
of the keyboard and lift up on the brackets (there are
two of them) so that they clear the rear edge of the
hinge. Then lower the music stand to its original
position.
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Two of the DK-20's sounds can be played simultaneously
(layered) by pressing two sound buttons at the same time. Try
layering different sounds with the piano. Hold the Piano button
and press the Strings button to layer those sounds. Continue to
hold the Piano button and press the Strings button again to
toggle to the other string sound (red or green). Experiment with
different combinations to find new and interesting sounds.
Note: When layering sounds, the volume balance between
the two sounds can be slightly adjusted by how much
lime expires between the first and second button press.
If the buttons are pressed at the same time, both
sounds will be at their full volume level. If you wait
between 1/4 second and 1 full second before selecting
the second (layered) sound, its volume will be slightly
reduced. If you wait more than 1 second, the volume
of the layered sound will be reduced even more.
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One of three different touch sensitivities (soft, medium, and
hard) can be chosen to adapt to different playing styles. While
the Normal setting provides an average sensitivity, Hard
requires heavier playing for loud volumes, and Soft allows loud
volumes with a lighter touch.
Note: Some sounds are not touch sensitive (e.g., organs,
harpsichord). These sounds will be unaffected by this
setting.
While holding the Transpose button, press the Effect button
until the correct LED is lit:
Chorus = Hard
Reverb2 = Normal
Soft
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The DK-20 can be transposed
in semitone steps to a
maximum of 12 semitones (1
octave) in either direction. While holding the Transpose button
(the LED will -blink while you're holding it), press a note within
one octave above or below C4. When you release the
Transpose button, the keyboard will play in the key of the note
you pressed. The LED will stay lit to show that the
transposition is in effect (unless the note that was pressed was
C4, which resets the transposition).
After the transpose is set, pressing the Transpose button
repeatedly will toggle back and forth between the transposition
and normal pitch.
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The DK-20 can be tuned in 2-cent steps. While holding the
Tune button (the LED will blink while you're holding it), all the
notes of the keyboard will play the same note with a slightly
different pitch (C4 if no transposition is in effect). Each key
above C4 will add 2 cents to the pitch. Each key below C4 will
decrease the pitch by 2 cents. When you release the Tune
button, the keyboard will play with the altered tuning. The LED
will stay lit to show that the altered tuning is in effect (unless
the note pressed was C4, which resets the tuning to normal).
After the tuning is set, pressing the Tune button repeatedly will
toggle back and forth between the altered tuning and normal
tuning.
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If you have a MIDI sound module or synthesizer, you would
probably like to play it
with the superb action of
the DK-20's keyboard. To
do so, connect the DK-
20's MIDI OUT jack to the
MIDI IN jack of the
synthesizer. Make sure
the MIDI Receive channel of the synthesizer matches the MIDI
Transmit channel of the DK-20.
To play the DK-20’s sounds from another MIDI keyboard, just
reverse the process. Connect the MIDI OUT of that keyboard to
the MIDI IN of the DK-20, and make sure the MIDI channels
match.
The MIDI information that is transmitted and recognized by the
DK-20 is as follows:
Note On / Note Off with Velocity
These messages tell the receiving unit which notes were
pressed and released, and how hard they were played,
allowing touch-sensitive contro! of the external module.
The DK-20 will send these messages out whenever its
keyboard is played. It will also respond to these messages
so that you can play the DK-20's sounds from another
source.
Program Changes
MIDI Program Changes 0-15 are sent by the DK-20
whenever the local sound is changed. (If a layer is
selected, the sound that is chosen first determines the
Program Change number.) The order is PIANO(red)
PIANO (green), E.PIANO 1(red), etc.
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The DK-20 will change sounds automatically when it
receives a MIDI Program Change message between 0 and
15. Higher numbers are ignored.
Control Changes
MIDI Control Change messages are sent by the DK-20
when the footswitches are pressed and/or released. The
Damper pedal will always cause a transmission of a
Damper Pedal control message (#64) with maximum
value (sustain on) when depressed. Releasing the pedal
will cause transmission of the same message with a zero
value (sustain off).
The Soft/Rotary Speed Pedal will send out a Soft Pedal
control message (#67) if neither ORGAN sound is being
used. If one of the ORGAN sounds is used, Modulation
Wheel messages (#1) will be sent out when the pedal is
pressed. If the current speed is slow and the pedal is
pressed, messages of increasing value will be transmitted
until a maximum value is reached. This will affect the
external sound generator’s modulation the same way it
does the DK-20's local sound—ramping it up and down to
simulate a rotary speaker.
The DK-20 will respond to these messages as if they
originated locally. (For example, if a Damper Pedal
message with maximum value is sent to the DK-20's MIDI
port, all notes will sustain until a similar zero valued
message is sent.)
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Local sound is the internal sound of the DK-20 when you play
the keyboard. This is normally on. However, sometimes it is
desirable to turn the local sound off when playing another MIDI
sound module with the DK-20 keyboard. If you want to hear
just the other sound device, turn local sound off. If you want to
hear the DK-20 along with the other sound device, leave the
local sound on.
Press and hold the Transpose button. The Tune LED will be lit
if local sound is on. Press the Tune button to turn it off (or back
on if it was off).
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If you encounter a problem with the DK-20 keyboard, please
check the following before assuming your keyboard is
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1. No sound when the power is turned on
| - Make sure the AC plug is properly connected to the
AC wall outlet.
- Make sure the volume is turned up to a reasonable
listening level.
2. Interference from radio and/or television signals
This can occur if there is a high-power transmitter in
your area. Contact your Peavey dealer.
3. Intermittent static noise
This is usually due to turning on or off a household
product or other electronic equipment that is on the
same AC mains as your DK-20.
4. Interference appears on radio and/or television sets
located near the DK-20
The DK-20 contains digital circuitry which can generate
radio-frequency noise. The solution is to move the DK-
20 further away from the affected equipment, or vice
versa.
5. Distorted sound when the DK-20 is connected to an
external amplifier/stereo system
If the DK-20 is connected to a stereo system or power
amplifier and the sound is distorted, reduce the setting of
the DK-20 volume control to a level at which the
distortion ceases, It might also be necessary to reduce
the setting of the external equipment volume.
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Warning: When using electric products, basic cautions should always be followed,
including the following:
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Read all safety and operating instructions before using this product.
All safety and operating instructions should be retained for future
reference.
Obey all cautions in the operating instructions and on the back of the
unit.
This product should not be operated near water. i.e.. a bathtub, sink.
swimming pool, wet basement, etc.
This product should not be placed near a source of heat such as a
stove, radiator, or another heat producing amplifier.
Connect only to a power supply of the type marked on the back of the
unit adjacent to the power supply cord.
Never break off the ground pin on the power supply cord. For more
information on grounding, write for our free booklet "Shock Hazard
and Grounding.”
Power supply cords should always be handled carefully. Never walk or
place equipment on power supply cords. Periodically check cords for
cuts or signs of stress, especially at the plug and the point where the
cord exits the unit.
The power supply cord should be unplugged when the unit is to be
unused for long periods of time.
Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not
spilled into the unit through the ventilation holes or any other
openings.
This unit should be checked by a qualified service technician if:
a. The power supply cord or plug has been damaged.
b. Anything has fallen or been spilled into the unit.
с. The unit does not operate correctly.
d. The unit has been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
The user should not attempt to service this equipment. All service
work should be done by a qualified service technician.
This unit should be used only with a cart or stand that is
recommended by Peavey Electronics.
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