Opus7 User Guide 2005.book

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commission others, to modify any portion of the PianoDisc system unless specifically
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Important Safety and Installation Instructions
INFORMATION RELATING TO POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY, ELECTRIC
SHOCK, AND FIRE HAZARD POSSIBILITIES HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN THIS LIST.
WARNING: — When using electrical appliances, basic precautions should always be
followed:
1.
Read and understand all instructions before using the product.
2.
Do not open the cover under any circumstances.
3.
Power is supplied through a three-prong, grounded AC connector. Connect only to a
three-prong, grounded outlet.
4.
Keep the power cord away from other objects. Make sure that the cord is not
twisted, placed in any lane of traffic, or trapped under the piano.
5.
Locate your PianoDisc unit away from direct sunlight, water or moisture, or hot or
cold air currents.
6.
If the PianoDisc unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time, the power
supply should be disconnected.
7.
If repair is necessary, refer only to authorized service personnel.
8.
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speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent
hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level or at a
level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the
ears, you should consult an audiologist.
9.
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its proper ventilation.
10. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings.
11. The product should be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
• The power supply cord or plug has been damaged; or
• Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled onto the product; or
• The product has been exposed to rain; or
• The product does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change
in performance, or;
• The product has been dropped, or the enclosure is damaged.
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FCC Information
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
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Opus7 with any services provided by an Internet Service Provider (ISP). Purchaser
expressly acknowledges that services provided by ISPs vary and that many ISPs have
usage policies that do not permit the connection of more than one device. Some ISPs
supply equipment that must be installed in your computer and such installations may not
be compatible with the Opus7 hardware or software.
Purchaser further acknowledges that purchaser is responsible for verifying that Opus7 can
be installed and operated under the usage policies of the purchaser’s ISP, and that the ISP
provides compatible equipment. Certain Internet dependent features of Opus7 may not be
available to the purchaser if a suitable Internet connection is not available. Purchasers
should contact their existing ISP with questions concerning Opus7 compatibility and usage
policies.
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Opus7 uses several techniques to improve network security. First, the Wireless Router acts
as a NAT firewall, which blocks external computers from gaining direct access to the
PianoDisc system(s). Second, Opus7 includes a built-in firewall that limits access by
external systems.
Opus7 attempts to achieve a delicate balance between security and usability in its network
implementation. However, a determined hacker may still be able to defeat these security
measures and utilize the network of the Purchaser in an unauthorized manner. Since each
network is different, only the Purchaser can determine whether the security measures
discussed here are adequate to protect the network.
Purchaser acknowledges that connection to the Internet and use of the Internet features of
the Opus7 System is done at the risk of the Purchaser. In no event shall PianoDisc, its
subsidiaries or employees be responsible for unauthorized access to, loss or alteration of
the data of the Purchaser or be liable for any damage from intrusions.
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source or object code;
Opus7 uses wireless networking technology to connect the control unit, conductor tablet,
and Internet (if applicable). The range and reliability of these devices will vary based on
environmental conditions. In some installations, it may be necessary to add additional
access points, antennas, or other wireless equipment. You and your dealer are responsible
for ensuring that wireless access is adequate in the desired coverage area. Due to the
individualized nature of each installation, we recommend consulting a professional home
networking consultant to ensure optimum results. PianoDisc assumes no responsibility for
installation or support of the wireless networking components.
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CONTENTS
QuickStart
Tabs .................................................................... 14
Buttons ................................................................ 15
Power .................................................................. 16
Control Box ..........................................................16
Conductor Tablet ................................................... 17
Wireless Router ..................................................... 17
Media Source ........................................................ 18
Play Music ............................................................ 19
Stop Music ........................................................... 21
Shuffle Music ........................................................ 21
Schedule Music ..................................................... 22
Record Music ........................................................ 23
Volume ................................................................ 25
Restore System Settings ........................................ 26
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Reference
Chapter 1: Hardware
Conductor Tablet .........................................................30
Control Box.................................................................33
Wireless Router ...........................................................34
SilentDrive..................................................................35
Serial MIDI Interface Box (SMI) .....................................35
Using MIDI In .............................................................35
Using MIDI Out ..........................................................36
Chapter 2: Product Interface
Tabs...........................................................................38
Status Bar ..................................................................39
Main Tab ...................................................................40
Media Sources .......................................................40
PianoSync ............................................................42
Karaoke ...............................................................44
Schedule ..............................................................45
Copy ....................................................................46
Merge ..................................................................48
Move ...................................................................50
Name ...................................................................51
Delete ..................................................................52
Record Music ........................................................53
New Library ..........................................................56
New List ...............................................................57
Edit List ................................................................59
Volume Tab...............................................................62
Master .................................................................62
Piano ...................................................................63
Symphony ............................................................63
Digital ..................................................................64
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Auxiliary .............................................................. 65
Microphone ........................................................... 65
Program Tab............................................................. 66
Play Mode ............................................................ 66
Schedule .............................................................. 68
Performance Tab ...................................................... 69
Tempo ................................................................. 69
Transpose ............................................................ 70
Sync .................................................................... 71
Metronome ........................................................... 71
Instrument ........................................................... 72
Channel Mask ....................................................... 73
Key Mask ............................................................. 75
Backstage Tab ..........................................................77
Symphony ............................................................ 77
Updates ............................................................... 78
Defaults ............................................................... 79
Info .....................................................................80
Import ................................................................. 80
Alerts .................................................................. 81
Date & Time ......................................................... 81
Recording ............................................................. 83
Network ...............................................................84
Setup .................................................................. 85
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Chapter 3: Connectivity
Network Connection .................................................87
System Requirements ............................................88
PC Connection .......................................................88
Access MX3 from your PC .......................................89
Network Security ...................................................90
Internet Access ........................................................91
Internet Connection ...............................................91
PianoCast .............................................................92
Electronic Music Delivery ........................................93
Stereo / Home Theater Connection ...........................96
Chapter 4: File Formats
Supported File Formats.................................................97
Glossary
................................................................................................ 100
Appendix
Customized Playlist ................................................ 106
Playlist Components.............................................. 107
File Format .................................................... 107
Structure ....................................................... 107
Commands .................................................... 107
Operators ...................................................... 108
Media ............................................................ 108
Repeat Suffix ................................................. 109
Playlist Examples ............................................ 110
Figures ................................................................... 113
FAQs ....................................................................... 115
INDEX
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Music List
Candlelight & Wine .................................................... 130
Christmas................................................................. 132
Classical................................................................... 135
Country & Western .................................................... 139
Jazz......................................................................... 141
Musical Memories ...................................................... 144
Musicals ................................................................... 145
New Age .................................................................. 146
Popular .................................................................... 147
Ragtime & Stride ....................................................... 150
Sacred ..................................................................... 153
Sampler ................................................................... 155
Theme ..................................................................... 156
Vintage Selections ..................................................... 158
World Music .............................................................. 159
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QuickStart
QuickStart contains abbreviated overviews and instructions to
commonly used features to help you get started. For definitions of
industry and software terms, see the Glossary at the end of the
manual. For detailed information on the Opus7 System, see the
Reference section of this manual.
Tabs
Opus7 software uses a web browser to display the product
interface or the screen containing the tabs, menus and commands
used to interact with the system.
Tabs enable you to play, record and organize music, customize
audio controls and performance features, as well as set up
network, stereo and PC connectivity.
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Tab
Description
Main
Home screen. Lists all available media sources. Select, organize, manage and create music libraries and playlists.
Volume
Manage the volume for the master recording and individual
audio components.
Program
Select playback modes and schedule the start and stop of
music.
Performance
Customize performance and playback by changing instrumental settings.
Backstage
Network setup, PC connectivity, recording modes and
sources, download Opus7 software updates and more.
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Buttons
Opus7 has buttons that mirror a typical stereo or CD player.
Button
Description
Restart current song
Stop music
Play music
Fast forward
Select next song
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Power
Verify that the following Opus7 system components have power:
•
Control Box
•
Conductor Tablet
•
Wireless Router
Control Box
This is a small CPU mounted underneath the piano. It stores the
the Opus7 software and the Music Expansion 3 (MX3) hard-drive.
NOTE: The hardware is designed to be powered-on at all times.
For optimal performance, do not turn off the Control Box.
To turn the power on:
1.
Locate the Control Box mounted under the piano.
2.
Push the power switch.
• This turns the Opus7 system on and off.
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Conductor Tablet
The Conductor Tablet is a wireless webpad that uses a web
browser to display the user interface.
To turn the power on:
1.
Press and release the power button.
• This gives you access to the product interface.
2.
Locate three LED lights.
• The first LED light indicates that the tablet is on and
has power.
• If the light is on but the screen is black, the tablet may
be in sleep mode. Tap the screen to wake it up.
Wireless Router
This is a wireless device that allows communication between the
Control Box and Conductor Tablet.
To turn the power on:
1.
Plug in the unit. (The unit does not have a power switch.)
• Status Lights come on to indicate that the unit has
power.
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Media Source
A media source is a drive or directory that stores music. Opus7
has four possible media sources: MX3 (Music Expansion 3), CD,
floppy disk (FD) and Internet.
•
The status bar and the Main tab lists the media sources that
are available on your system.
•
Each media source may contain individual songs, music
libraries and playlists.
•
Each library contains a number of songs from the title genre.
•
You can play all the music within a media source or select a
single music library, playlist or song.
To select a media source:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
• A list of available or connected media sources appear.
2.
Tap a media source.
• It contains songs, music libraries and playlists. (Note:
You can only record to the MX3 drive.)
Note: Media sources are opened and closed with a single
tap or click.
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Play Music
You can play all the music stored on a media source or play
individual songs, libraries or playlists. The play mode default is
Normal (music plays in sequential order). You can change the
order of playback by changing the play mode.
To play all music on a media source:
1.
Double-tap the media source (MX3, CD, Floppy or Net)
that contains the music libraries and playlists you want to
hear.
• Playback starts with the first song listed and ends with
the last song in the media source.
To play all music in a library or playlist:
1.
Tap a media source.
2.
Double-tap the music library or playlist you want to hear.
• Playback starts with the first song listed and ends with
the last song in the library or list.
• If you single-tapped to open the library or list, you can
double-tap any song to start playback.
What’s the difference between double-tap and single-tap?
A double-tap/click of a music selection automatically starts
playback.
A single-tap/click of a title or circle indicator (next to title)
selects the media source, music library, playlist or song.
• The circle indicator fills-in to confirm your
selection.
• Tap the Play button to start playback.
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Why do the library and song titles appear in different
colors?
Library and music titles are displayed in different colors to
help you distinguish between the different types of music
files.
• Digital files and music stored on the CD, Floppy
and Internet drives are displayed in blue.
• Wave files are displayed in blue.
• Karaoke files are displayed in green.
• Library names are underlined and displayed in
violet.
• Media Source names are displayed in gray.
• MIDI files are displayed in black.
• MIDI files with accompaniment are displayed in
copper.
• Playlist names are underlined and displayed in
purple.
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Stop Music
Tapping the Stop button stops music from playing, resets the
system, ejects a CD or deselects the floppy drive from active
media.
To stop music:
•
Tap the Stop button to stop a song from playing.
To reset the system:
•
Tap the Stop button while no songs are playing.
To eject a CD:
•
Tap the Stop button while no songs are playing. (Note: The
CD media source must be selected.)
To deselect the floppy drive:
•
Tap the Stop button while no songs are playing. You can now
safely remove the floppy disk. (Note: The Floppy Drive media
source must be selected.)
Shuffle Music
Use this feature to play music in random order.
To shuffle music using the Program tab:
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1.
Tap the Program tab.
2.
Tap Shuffle in the play mode list (center).
3.
Tap the Main tab.
4.
Select a media source or music library.
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To shuffle music from the Status Bar:
1.
Tap
.
2.
Select a media source or music library.
Schedule Music
Use this feature to set automatic start and end times for playing
music.
To schedule music for playback using the Program tab:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select a media source, library, playlist or song.
3.
Tap Schedule (menu bar).
4.
Tap Yes.
5.
Tap the Program tab.
6.
Tap Schedule (menu bar)
• The Schedule screen appears,
7.
Tap Enable.
8.
Set a start and end time and tap Change.
NOTE: Playback starts at the time you set. Playback ends
in one of three ways:
• The set stop time is reached.
• All music ends before the stop time.
• Pressing Stop.
To schedule music playback from the status bar:
1.
Tap
.
• Schedule is now enabled.
• Previously selected and scheduled music will play and
end at the set times.
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• If you want to change the music and/or playback time:
a. Tap the Program tab.
b. Tap Schedule (menu bar)
c. The Schedule screen appears.
d. Set the start and end times.
e. Tap Change.
NOTE: Playback ends in one of three ways:
•
The set stop time is reached.
•
All music ends before the stop time.
•
Pressing Stop.
Record Music
You can record music from your piano or an external source onto
the Opus7 MX3 drive.
To record a new song:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
• Opus7 instrument default is your piano. If you want to
record another instrument, select Performance >
Instrument.
• The default record mode is Normal. If you want to
change the mode and/or source, select Backstage >
Recording.
2.
Tap MX3.
3.
Tap Record (menu bar).
• A confirmation message appears. It lists the track
name, track type, source and instrument.
• The song name is automatically determined. You can
change the name after recording.
• The track is saved to the My Recordings library on the
MX3 drive.
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4.
Tap Record (button)
5.
Tap Stop (button) when finished.
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To record a new track to an existing recording:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
• Opus7 instrument default is your piano. If you want to
record another instrument, select Performance >
Instrument.
• The default record mode is Normal. If you want to
change the mode and/or source, select Backstage >
Recording.
2.
Tap MX3.
3.
Tap My Recordings and select the existing recording.
4.
Tap Record (menu bar).
• A confirmation message appears. It lists the track
name, track type, source and instrument.
5.
Tap Record (button).
• The modified recording is saved to the My Recordings
library on the MX3 drive.
• The previous recording of the track is played through
the Symphony Pro card.
6.
Tap Stop (button) when finished.
IMPORTANT: The first time a song is recorded, it is saved
as a Type 0 MIDI file. New tracks recorded to the song
cause the recording to save as a Type 1 Standard MIDI file.
Volume
Use this function to customize the volume levels of your music.
To adjust volume levels:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
• The Master volume-screen appears.
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2.
Tap an instrument and/or device to adjust.
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease the volume.
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To mute a sound:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
2.
Select an audio source to mute (menu bar).
3.
Select the Mute box.
• The audio source is highlighted on the status bar.
• As a reminder that the audio source is muted, it
remains highlighted no matter which tab you are using.
4.
Select the Mute box again to un-mute the audio source.
To mute a sound from the status bar:
1.
Tap the audio source you want to mute.
• The audio source is highlighted.
• As a reminder that the audio source is muted, it
remains highlighted no matter which tab you are using.
2.
Tap the audio source again to un-mute the sound.
Which audio source volume levels can I adjust?
Opus7 is capable of incorporating music from six audio
sources:
• master
• piano
• symphony
• digital audio
• microphone
• auxiliary source
Each source has its own volume level control. The Master
audio control proportionately increases or decreases the
mixed volume of the other five audio sources.
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Restore System Settings
Default system settings are optimized by the Technician during
installation. If you change the system settings, you can return to
the default settings.
To restore the default system settings:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Defaults (menu bar).
3.
Tap Restore.
• The system returns to the default settings stored on
your system.
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Reference
The Reference section of the Opus7 User Guide provides detailed
information and instructions for setting up, using and maintaining
the Opus7 system.
In these sections you will learn about:
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Opus7 Hardware
•
Product Interface
•
Network & Internet Connectivity
•
Stereo & Home Theater Connectivity
•
File Formats
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CHAPTER 1: HARDWARE
The Opus7 system is comprised of several hardware components.
The hardware is mounted within the body of the piano. The
Conductor Tablet is used to access the system from anywhere
within your home or business.
Although hardware and software is installed and configured by an
Installation Technician, we have provided overview information to
help you explore the Opus7 system.
The Opus7 System contains the following hardware components:
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Conductor Tablet
•
Control Box
•
Wireless Router
•
SilentDrive
•
Serial MIDI Interface
•
CD Drive
•
Floppy Drive (optional)
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Conductor Tablet
Conductor Tablet
The Conductor Tablet is a wireless webpad that uses a web
browser to display the product interface.
To turn on the Conductor Tablet:
1.
Press and release the power button.
• If the Power Light is on but the screen is black, the
tablet may be in sleep mode. Tap the screen to wake
it up.
FIGURE 1-1. Conductor Tablet - Front Panel
1.
Power
Light
2.
Battery
Light
3.
Indicator
not used
4.
Soft
keyboard
5.
6.
Navigation
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Note: Three
buttons in the
upper right are
not currently in
use.
4
5
6
Enter
Component
Description
Power Light
On: The tablet is turned on.
Battery Light
On: Battery pack is charging.
Red: Battery pack has reached a low-battery condition.
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Soft Keyboard
Optional: Displays a soft keyboard.
Navigation
Navigate throughout the screen
Enter
Enter or activate a command
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Conductor Tablet
Note: The Conductor Tablet pictured may not match the one you
received. PianoDisc may change the device and user interface at
anytime. See the system documentation accompanying your
Conductor Tablet for detailed information.
FIGURE 1-2. Conductor Tablet - Side View
1.
Power
Button
2.
3.
USB Port
4.
1
DC-Input
Jack
Stylus
2
3
4
Component
Description
Power Button
On: Press and release to turn on.
Suspend Mode: Turn on. Briefly press and release
again. System prompts to suspend. Press and release
again to resume.
Off: Press and hold for more than four seconds. System
shuts down.
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USB Port
USB Host only. Not used with Opus7
DC-Input Jack
Connect AC Adapter to supply power
Stylus
Interacts with the tablet PC whenever the tip is touching
the screen.
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Conductor Tablet
FIGURE 1-3. Conductor Tablet - Rear Panel
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1.
Battery
Cover
2.
Battery
Pack
3.
Battery
Latch
4.
Battery
Release
Switch
5.
IDE Slot
Cover
The IDE Compact
Flash Card Slot is
not used with
Opus7.
1 2
3 4
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Control Box
This is a CPU mounted underneath your piano. It stores the Opus7
software and the Music Expansion 3 (MX3) hard-drive.
NOTE: The Control Box is designed to be powered-on at all times.
For optimal performance, do not turn it off.
To turn the Control Box on:
1.
Locate the box mounted under the piano.
2.
Push the power switch.
FIGURE 1-4. Control Box
Note: Some ports are not currently used for the Opus7 system, but are
available for future system expandability.
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Component
Description
Power Switch
Push this switch to turn the Control Box on and off. This
turns the Opus7 system on and off.
USB Ports
Use these ports to attach an external CD drive or floppy
disk drive.
Serial Port (COM 1)
Connect the serial MIDI interface to this port.
Serial Port (COM 2)
Connect the IR Receiver to this port.
Power Jack
Attach the power adapter to this jack.
Audio Out Jack
(green)
Use this jack to connect audio output of the Control Box
to the MIDI interface.
Line-In Jack (blue)
Connect an auxiliary device to this port.
LAN
Use the ethernet jack to connect to a wireless or wired
network.
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Wireless Router
Wireless Router
This hardware is a wireless network device used to enable
communication between the Control Box and the Conductor
Tablet, and serves as a connection point for Internet access.
To turn the unit on:
1.
Plug in the unit. (The unit does not have a power switch.)
• If the unit has power, one or more status lights are on.
FIGURE 1-5. Wireless Router
PianoDisc provides an Ethernet cable that links the Router
to the Control Box. However, you have the option of using
a power-line network device or a wireless bridge to enable
communication between the Control Box and Router.
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SilentDrive
SilentDrive
This component is an electro-mechanical system that plays the
piano by controlling the keys and pedals.
The Installation Technician installs the SilentDrive hardware and
configures the accompanying software.
Serial MIDI Interface Box
(SMI)
The Serial MIDI Interface is used to connect the Control Box to
the SilentDrive. On the SMI interface are MIDI In and MIDI Out
ports. The sections below explain how to use each port.
Using MIDI In. MIDI In connects your piano to a variety of
optional external MIDI sequencers, instruments, and audio
devices. To use MIDI In, you need:
What You’ll Need:
•
MIDI controller
•
5-pin MIDI cable
To connect a MIDI Controller to Opus7:
1.
Obtain a 5-pin MIDI Cable.
2.
Connect one end of the MIDI cable to your MIDI Controller
out port.
3.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Serial MIDI
Interface’s in port.
• Your external device now controls playback of the piano
and symphony.
• If an external MIDI device is installed your piano plays
music set to instrument (patch) 1 or 2. All other music
is played via symphony.
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Note: PianoDisc cannot guarantee that external software
and MIDI devices are compatible with the PianoDisc
system. Please consult all equipment user manuals and
your PianoDisc dealer for more information. Results may
vary.
Using MIDI Out. Connect an external MIDI Sound Module to the
Opus7 MIDI Out port for use as a symphony accompaniment
device.
What You’ll Need:
•
External General MIDI sound module
•
MIDI cable
To connect a MIDI Sound Module to Opus7:
1.
Obtain a 5-pin MIDI Cable
1.
Connect one end of the cable to the SMI out port.
2.
Connect the other end of the cable to your MIDI Sound
Module in port.
3.
Set your MIDI Sound Module to play from MIDI In. (Refer
to the instructions of your MIDI Sound Module.)
4.
Set the symphony accompaniment type in Opus7 to
External MIDI.
• Tap the BackStage tab.
• Tap Symphony (menu bar).
• Tap External.
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CHAPTER 2: INTERFACE
Opus7 software uses a web browser to display the product
interface. The interface is designed with tabs, menus and buttons
to help you select and use the features of the system.
There are three (3) types of interfaces you can use to access and
interact with the Opus7 system:
•
Flash - The original interface. Although it is available for use,
it does not support all of the new features and functions added
to the 2.0 version of Opus7.
•
Simplified HTML - Use this interface to access Opus7 using
devices with limited web browser capability. (e.g. PDAs, cell
phones, T.V.s, etc.)
•
Full HTML - New interface for Opus7 2.0. It is designed to
help users easily navigate through the system and provide
new and upgraded features.
FIGURE 1-6. Opus7 User Interfaces
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Tabs
Tabs
The HTML interface has tabs to help you navigate the Opus7
system. Tabs include features that allow you to play, record and
organize music; customize audio controls and performance
features, as well as setup network, stereo and PC connectivity.
The tabs are:
•
Main
•
Volume
•
Program
•
Performance
•
Backstage
Tab
Description
Main
Home screen. Lists all available media sources. Select, organize, manage and create music libraries and playlists.
Volume
Manage the volume for the master controller, and additional
audio sources.
Program
Select playback modes, create custom playlists and schedule
the start and stop of music.
Performance
Customize performance and playback.
Backstage
Setup network and PC connectivity, set recording modes and
sources, download Opus7 software updates and more.
NOTE: The current iteration of the Opus7 User Guide is written
for the HTML interface. For help using the Flash interface, refer to
previously published Opus7 User Guides.
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Status Bar
Status Bar
The Status Bar contains commands for setting the play mode,
scheduling music playback, activating mute for various audio
sources, and a selection of available media sources.
Function
Commands
Play Modes - tap a mode to customize music playback.
Repeat - repeats a song, music library
or an entire media source.
Shuffle - randomly plays music within
a library or an entire media source
Cue - music plays in sequential order,
Pause is automatically activated
before each song. Tap Play to start
playback
Single - playback of only one song
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Schedule Music - tap to enable
scheduled playback.
Schedule playback - schedule music
to start and end at set times
Mute Music - tap the audio source
you want to mute
Volume
Piano
Symphony
Digital Audio
Media Source icons
MX3
CD
Floppy
Internet
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Main Tab
This tab is the Home screen. It contains Media Source selection,
and the following functions: Schedule, Copy, Merge, Move, Name,
Delete, Record, New Library, New List and Edit List.
Media Sources
A media source is a drive or directory that music is stored in.
Opus7 has four possible media sources: MX3 (Music Expansion 3),
CD, floppy disk and Internet. In this section, learn about:
•
Selecting a media source
•
Using PianoSync
Component
Description
MX3
The Opus7 high storage capacity hard drive. Pre-loaded
with 40 hours of free PianoDisc music. Also stores your
recorded performances and customized playlists.
CD
Play PianoCDs or standard audio CDs from this drive.
Copy PianoCDs or standard audio CDs (without playing
the piano) to MX3 for storage and playback.
Note: If an iMic is installed, music playback from the CD
Drive is unavailable. If you attempt to play music from
the CD drive, an error message appears.
Note: To maintain the beauty and classic lines of your
instrument, only connect the CD drive when you are
ready to use it.
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Floppy
Play PianoDisc music diskettes and Type 1 and 0 Standard MIDI files from this drive. Note: To maintain the
beauty and classic lines of your instrument, only connect
the Floppy drive when you are ready to use it.
Internet
Play music from the Internet. Note: Must have broadband web access and an ISP provider to use the Internet
as a media source.
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Main Tab
To select a media source:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
• A list of available or connected media sources appears.
2.
Tap a media source.
• It contains songs, music libraries or playlists. (Note:
You can only record to the MX3 drive.)
What do media sources contain?
The Main screen lists the media sources that are available
for music retrieval.
• Each media source contains songs, music libraries
or playlists.
• Each library contains a number of songs from the
title genre (e.g. Christmas, Classical, Musical
etc.).
You can play all the music within a media source or select a
single music library, playlist or song.
FIGURE 1-7. Media Sources
Note: Media sources are opened and closed with a single tap or
click.
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Can I see song titles?
When a CD is inserted into a removable drive, Opus7 uses
the Internet (if available) to retrieve a list of track names.
If an Internet connection is not available and the CD is a
PianoDisc CD, Opus7 attempts to read track names directly
from the CD.
This process usually takes about thirty seconds, but can
take up to a minute or more, depending on the CD. If you'd
rather not wait, press stop to leave track names as
untitled.
PianoSync
The PianoSync feature allows Opus7 to play along with your
favorite music from major recording artists.
To load a PianoSync performance:
1.
Purchase a PianoSync performance in CD or downloadable
music file format.
• Go to Step 7 if the PianoSync performance was
downloaded from the PianoDisc eMusic Store.
2.
Purchase the matching audio CD from a music retailer.
3.
Attach the CD-ROM drive to the USB port on the Opus7
access panel.
4.
Verify that playback is stopped (not paused).
5.
Insert the PianoSync CD into the CD-ROM drive.
• Opus7 starts processing the PianoSync CD within 60
seconds. Do NOT eject the CD or use the system until
the data is completely loaded onto your system.
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6.
Remove the PianoSync CD after the lid of the CD-ROM
drive opens.
7.
Insert the audio CD into the CD-ROM drive.
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8.
Copy the audio CD directly to MX3 or into the music library
of your choice.
• Music from the audio CD is stored in the music library
you selected. Song titles are alphabetically sorted and
listed among all the songs within the library.
• A playlist of the audio CD is automatically created
within the Catalog library. It is a convenient way of
accessing the album you just copied.
Do I need to use Merge to play PianoSync performances?
Merge is not needed to play or copy PianoSync
performances or a matching CD.
How do I find an audio CD to match the PianoSync CD?
You can find the UPC code for the matching CD in the
PianoSync album literature. PianoSync performances are
customized for a specific CD and do not work with
alternate or “close” versions of the matching CD.
How do I receive PianoSync performances purchased from
the PianoDisc eMusic Store.
During purchase, select a music file format: PD, CD, OP
CD or OP Downloadable. If you have a broadband
Internet connection, you can download OP Downloadable
music files directly to your Opus7 system. PDs, CDs, and
OP CDs are mailed to you via USPS or UPS. For more
information, go to www.pianodisc/emusic.com.
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Karaoke
Use this function to play and display the words of a song. Karaoke
songs are stored on the MX3 drive and appear in green.
To select karaoke music:
1.
Tap the Main tab and select MX3.
2.
Double-tap a karaoke song (displayed in green).
• The song loads, starts to play and the lyrics appear on
the screen.
3.
Tap Exit Karaoke when done.
4.
Repeat steps 1 - 3 to select another song.
Note: A single-tap/click of a title or circle indicator (next
to title) selects the karaoke song.
• The circle indicator fills-in to confirm your
selection.
• Tap the Play button to start playback.
Note: PianoDisc does not guarantee the quality and
accuracy of KAR files obtained from the Internet.
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Schedule
Use this feature to set start and end times for playing music.
Playback starts at the time you set.
Note: Make sure the time and time zone are set correctly. (See
Backstage Tab for more information.)
To schedule music for playback:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select a media source, library, playlist or song.
3.
Tap Schedule (menu bar).
4.
Tap Yes.
5.
Tap the Program tab.
6.
Tap Schedule (menu bar)
• The Schedule screen appears,
7.
Tap Enable.
8.
Set a start and end time and tap Change.
NOTE: Playback starts at the time you set. Playback ends
in one of three ways:
• The set stop time is reached.
• All music ends before the stop time.
• Pressing Stop.
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Copy
Use this function to copy songs onto the MX3 or external drive.
You can copy music from the Internet, CD and floppy disk drives.
To copy all music on a media source onto the MX3 drive:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source to copy.
3.
Tap Copy (menu bar).
4.
Select a destination to copy music into. Select either:
• MX3 to copy music onto the drive as is.
• A music library to copy the music into.
5.
Tap the Copy button (scroll down) to start copying.
• The Progress Bar shows the progress of the operation.
A message appears when the copy is complete.
FIGURE 1-8. Destination of copied music
To copy a music library:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Open the media source and select the music library.
3.
Tap Copy (menu bar).
4.
Select a destination to copy music into.
5.
Tap the Copy button (bottom).
• The Progress Bar displays the progress of the
operation. A message appears when the copy is
complete.
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To copy specific songs:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Open the media source > select the music library > select
a song.
3.
Tap Copy (menu bar).
4.
Select a destination to copy music into.
5.
Tap the Copy button (bottom) to start copying.
• The Progress Bar shows the progress of the operation.
A message appears when the copy is complete.
How long does it take to copy a CD?
Copying music from a CD takes the same amount of time
as playing the CD. If the CD is damaged, the copy may
take longer. You can set Opus7 to attempt to fix any skips
or errors during the copy.
Are there any copy restrictions?
Due to copyright restrictions, the following limitations
apply:
• Music on the MX3 drive can only be copied from
one music library to another on the MX3 drive.
• Pre-loaded or purchased music on the MX3 drive
cannot be copied onto an external drive.
• Songs recorded to the My Recordings music
library can be copied to an external drive or music
libraries on MX3.
• Music from MX3 or external drives cannot be
copied to My Recordings.
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Merge
Use this feature to play your piano or recording along with an
artist’s original audio recording. You need the artist’s audio CD,
and the MIDI files designed to accompany the audio CD.
This feature is especially useful if you want to produce your own
performances or have access to non-PianoDisc formats.
MIDI files must have the following:
•
A matching track on the artist’s CD for each MIDI file.
•
Each MIDI file must be the exact same length as the matching
track.
•
Each MIDI file must be named 01, 02, 03, etc. to match the
track number on the CD.
To merge a set of MIDI files with an audio CD:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Open the media source containing the audio CD tracks
(CD-ROM drive or MX3).
3.
Select the individual track.
4.
Select Merge (menu bar).
5.
Open the media source and music library containing the
MIDI file(s).
6.
Select the matching MIDI file(s).
7.
Tap Set Source (bottom).
• The Select Destination Library appears.
8.
Tap MX3.
9.
Select a music library to copy both the MIDI files and
merged music into.
10. Tap Set Library (bottom).
• The Merge screen appears with the system message:
“Are you sure you want to merge (CD name) with
(MIDI File name) and install into (Music Library
name)?”
11. Tap Yes.
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FIGURE 1-9. Merge - Select MIDI Source
What music sources can I merge?
The merge feature is for non-PianoDisc music sources.
Merged files are saved within music libraries on the MX3
drive.
To play merged music:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Tap MX3.
3.
Select the music library you saved the merge file(s) into.
• If you merged more than one track, a playlist is
automatically created and saved in the Albums music
library.
• You may want to rename the playlist.
NOTE: PianoDisc does not guarantee compatibility with
non-PianoDisc music formats.
The Merge feature is provided for customers who want to
produce their own performances or have access to
competing formats.
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Move
Use this function to move songs between libraries on the MX3
drive or external drives. Songs are removed from the original
location to a new location (e.g. music library or external drive).
To move music between libraries:
1.
Tap the Main tab and select MX3.
2.
Select a music library.
3.
Select all songs or specific songs to move.
4.
Tap Move (menu bar).
5.
Select a music library as a move destination.
6.
Tap the Move button.
• A message appears when the move is complete.
Are there any move restrictions?
Due to copyright restrictions, the following limitations
apply:
• Music on the MX3 drive can only be moved from
one music library to another on the MX3 drive.
• Music on the MX3 drive cannot be moved onto an
external drive.
• Songs recorded to the My Recordings music
library can be moved to an external drive.
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Name
Use this function to rename music libraries and song titles.
To rename a music library:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source.
3.
Select the music library.
4.
Tap Name (menu bar).
• The Rename screen appears with the library’s current
name in the text field.
5.
Type in the new name.
• Use the virtual keyboard if accessing Opus7 from the
Conductor Tablet.
6.
Tap the Rename button.
To rename a song:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source.
3.
Open the music library and select the song.
4.
Tap Name (menu bar).
• The Rename screen appears with the song’s current
name in the text field.
5.
Type in the new name.
• Use the virtual keyboard if accessing Opus7 from the
Conductor Tablet.
6.
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Delete
Use this function to delete music libraries and songs from
libraries.
To delete a music library:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source.
3.
Select the music library.
4.
Tap Delete (menu bar).
• A system message appears: “Are you sure you want to
delete (library name)?”
5.
Tap Yes.
To delete a song from a music library:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source.
3.
Open the music library and select a song.
4.
Tap Delete (menu bar).
• A system message appears: “Are you sure you want to
delete (song name)?”
5.
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Record Music
You can record music from your piano or an external source onto
the Opus7 MX3 drive.
To record a new song:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
• Your piano is the default instrument. If you want to
simulate another instrument’s sound, select
Performance > Instrument.
• Normal is the record mode default. If you want to
change the mode and/or source, select Backstage >
Recording.
2.
Tap MX3.
3.
Tap Record (menu bar).
• A confirmation message appears. It lists the track
name, track type, source and instrument.
• The song name is automatically determined. You can
change the name after recording.
• The song is saved to the My Recordings library on the
MX3 drive.
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Tap Record (button).
5.
Tap Stop (button) when finished.
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To record a new track to an existing recording:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
• Your piano is the default instrument. If you want to
simulate another instrument’s sound, select
Performance > Instrument.
• Normal is the record mode default. If you want to
change the mode and/or source, select Backstage >
Recording.
2.
Tap MX3.
3.
Tap My Recordings and select the existing recording.
4.
Tap Record (menu bar).
• A confirmation message appears. It lists the track
name, track type, source and instrument.
5.
Tap Record (button).
• The modified recording is saved to the My Recordings
library on the MX3 drive.
• The previous recording of the track is played through
the Symphony Pro card.
6.
Tap Stop (button) when finished.
IMPORTANT: The first time a song is recorded, it is saved
as a Type 0 MIDI file. New tracks recorded to the song
cause the recording to save as a Type 1 Standard MIDI file.
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What are recording modes and how do I change them?
Recording modes are settings that determine whether or
not lag time is recorded. Lag time is the period between
the start of recording and the start of playing music. Opus7
has two recording modes:
• Normal Mode - recording begins the moment you tap
the Record button. Lag time is recorded.
Note: This is the default mode.
• Smart Mode - recording begins the moment you begin
playing the piano. Lag time is not recorded.
Note: The Smart Mode is only used for the first track of
a recorded song. Normal mode is used for additional
tracks of the recording.
The system’s recording mode is automatically set to
Normal. If you want to change the mode, tap Backstage
tab > Recording (menu bar). Change the mode to Smart.
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New Library
A Music Library is a collection of music usually organized by genre.
Use this function to create new music libraries.
To create a new music library:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select MX3.
3.
Tap New Library (menu bar).
• The Add Library screen appears.
4.
Type the name of the new music library.
5.
Tap Add.
FIGURE 1-10. Main Tab - New Library
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New List
A playlist is a customized list or group of song titles that you
create to organize your music. Playlists can include music
libraries, songs and links to PianoCasts.
Adding a song to a playlist does not remove it from the media
source or music library; it places a hyperlink or reference to the
song in the playlist. If your favorite songs are stored within
several different libraries, creating a playlist helps you to
conveniently access them from one location.
To create a playlist:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select New List (menu bar).
• The New Play List screen appears.
3.
Type a name for the playlist in the text field.
4.
Tap Add.
• The New Play List screen displays a message: “Are you
sure you want to create Playlist name on (music library
or MX3)?”
5.
Tap Yes.
• The playlist is created and is ready for adding and
arranging libraries and individual songs.
To add music to a playlist:
1.
Create a playlist.
2.
Tap Add.
• The Select Media screen appears.
3.
Select a media source.
4.
Select a music library (s) and/or song(s).
5.
Tap Add.
• The music libraries and songs are displayed in the
playlist.
• To further customize your playlist, tap the play mode,
number of songs, and repeat drop down lists, and
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select an option. Tap Change. If you want to keep the
initial settings, go to Step 6.
6.
Tap Done.
FIGURE 1-11. Main tab - New List
•
Play Mode includes play,
shuffle and
cue
•
Song(s) select the
number of
songs to play
To exclude music from a playlist:
After you create a playlist, you can further customize how its
played by excluding songs from playback.
1.
Create a playlist or select an existing playlist.
2.
Tap a music library or song.
• The + sign next to the library or song title indicates
that it is available for playback.
3.
Tap Toggle+/-.
• A - sign appears next to the library or song title to
indicate that the song is not available for playback.
4.
Tap Done.
5.
Select a music library(s) and/or song(s).
6.
Tap Add.
• The music libraries and songs are displayed in the
playlist.
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Edit List
After creating a list of songs (playlist), edit or change it to suit
your needs.
To move songs up or down the playlist:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source storing the playlist.
3.
Select the playlist.
4.
Tap Edit List.
5.
Select a song or library and tap
to
customize the music’s listed order.
6.
Tap Done when you are finished.
To add additional music:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source storing the playlist.
3.
Select the playlist.
4.
Tap Edit List (menu bar).
5.
Select Add.
6.
Select a media source.
7.
Select a music library(s) and/or song(s).
8.
Tap Add.
• The Select Media To Add screen appears.
• The playlist appears with selected libraries or songs
listed at the bottom.
9.
Tap Done.
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Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source storing the playlist.
3.
Select the playlist.
4.
Tap Edit List (menu bar).
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• The playlist appears.
5.
Select a song or music library.
6.
Tap Delete.
• The song is removed from the list.
7.
Tap Done.
To exclude songs from playback:
1.
Create a playlist or select an existing playlist.
2.
Tap a music library or song.
• The + sign next to the library or song title indicates
that it is available for playback.
3.
Tap Toggle+/-.
• A - sign appears next to the library or song title to
indicate that the song is not available for playback.
4.
Tap Done.
To include songs for playback:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source storing the playlist.
3.
Select the playlist.
4.
Tap Edit List (menu bar).
5.
Tap a music library or song.
• The - sign next to the library or song title indicates
that it is not available for playback.
6.
Tap Toggle +/-.
• A + sign appears next to the library or song title to
indicate that the song is now available for playback.
7.
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To change the play mode:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select the media source storing the playlist.
3.
Select the playlist.
4.
Tap Edit List.
5.
Tap play mode drop-down list and select a play mode:
• Play - music plays in sequential order
• Shuffle - music plays in random order
• Cue - music plays in sequential order, but you must tap
Play (button) before each song.
6.
Tap number of songs drop-down list and select how many
songs you want to play.
7.
Tap the repeat drop-down list and select the number of
times you want the playlist to play.
8.
Tap Change.
9.
Tap Done.
Tip: Because playlists are customized to list the music you
want and play in the order you determine, the Play Mode
commands on the status bar do not affect playlists.
Use only the play mode options available on the New List
and Edit List screens for playlists.
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Volume Tab
Volume Tab
The Opus7 system incorporates music from five audio sources:
piano, symphony, digital audio, microphone and auxiliary. Each
source has its own volume level control.
Master
Use the master controller to proportionately increase or decrease
the mixed volume of the five audio sources.
To adjust master audio:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
• The Master volume-screen appears.
2.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease (0, 50, 100) volume.
To mute the master audio:
1.
Tap Mute to mute all audio sources.
• The audio source is highlighted on the status bar.
• As a reminder that the audio source is muted, it
remains highlighted no matter which tab you are using.
2.
Tap Mute again (center) to remove the mute.
• The master audio source on the status bar is no longer
highlighted.
NOTE: The Master audio control proportionately increases
or decreases the mixed volume of the other five audio
sources.
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Piano
Use the piano audio control to balance the piano audio level with
symphony accompaniment or digital audio.
To adjust piano audio:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
• The Master volume-screen appears.
2.
Tap Piano (menu bar).
• The Piano volume screen appears.
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease (0, 50, 100) volume.
To mute the piano audio:
1.
Tap Mute.
• The piano audio source is highlighted on the status bar.
• As a reminder that the audio source is muted, it
remains highlighted no matter which tab you are using.
2.
Tap Mute again (center) to remove the mute.
• The piano audio source on the status bar is no longer
highlighted.
Symphony
Use the symphony audio control to adjust the symphony
accompaniment volume. Symphony is played via MIDI and is not
the same as digital audio.
To adjust symphony audio:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
• The Master volume-screen appears.
2.
Tap Symphony (menu bar).
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease (0, 50, 100) volume.
• The Symphony volume screen appears.
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Volume Tab
To mute the symphony audio:
1.
Tap Mute.
• The symphony audio source is highlighted on the status
bar.
• As a reminder that the audio source is muted, it
remains highlighted no matter which tab you are using.
2.
Tap Mute again (center) to remove the mute.
• The symphony audio source on the status bar is no
longer highlighted.
Digital
Use the digital audio control to adjust digitally recorded vocals
and instruments. Note: Standard MIDI files are not digital audio.
Adjusting digital audio does not affect the volume of MIDI files.
To adjust digital audio control:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
2.
Tap Digital (menu bar).
• The Master volume-screen appears.
• The Digital volume screen appears.
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease (0, 50, 100) volume.
To mute the digital audio control:
1.
Tap Mute.
• The digital audio source is highlighted on the status
bar. As a reminder that the audio source is muted, it
remains highlighted no matter which tab you are using.
2.
Tap Mute again (center) to remove the mute.
• The digital audio source on the status bar is no longer
highlighted.
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Auxiliary
You can connect an Auxiliary audio device to the Line Input port
on the Control Box. Use this function to adjust the volume of the
Auxiliary audio.
To adjust auxiliary audio control:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
• The Master volume screen appears.
2.
Tap Auxiliary (menu bar).
• The Auxiliary volume screen appears.
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease (0, 50, 100) volume.
To unmute the auxiliary audio control:
1.
Tap Mute.
2.
Tap Mute again (center) to add the mute.
Note: The default setting is Mute.
Microphone
You can connect a microphone to the Microphone Input port on
the Control Box. Use this function to adjust the volume of the
Microphone audio. Note: The default value is mute.
To adjust microphone audio control:
1.
Tap the Volume tab.
• The Master volume screen appears.
2.
Tap Microphone (menu bar).
• The Microphone volume screen appears.
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease (0, 50, 100) volume.
4.
Tap Mute to unmute the audio source.
• Tap Mute again (center) to add the mute.
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Program Tab
Program Tab
Use this tab to select playback modes and schedule the start and
stop of music.
Play Mode
To set the play mode:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select a media source.
3.
Tap the Program tab.
• The Play Mode screen appears.
4.
Select a mode.
• Normal - music plays in sequential order.
• Shuffle - music plays in random order. This can be
used for a library or entire media source.
• Cue - music plays in sequential order, but Pause is
automatically activated before each song. To start
playback, tap Play.
• Single - playback of only one song.
• Repeat - playback is repeated. This can be used for a
song, library or entire media source in Normal, Shuffle
and Single modes. Playback is repeated until you tap
Stop.
Note: You can also activate and deactivate play modes
from the Status Bar.
Tip: Because playlists are customized to contain the music
you want and play in the order you determine, the Play
Mode commands on the status bar and Program tab do not
affect playlists.
Use only the play mode options available on the New List
and Edit List screens for playlists.
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FIGURE 1-12. Normal Play Mode
Selecting any of the play modes will highlight it on the
Status Bar.
As a reminder that the mode is enabled, it remains
highlighted no matter which tab you are using.
FIGURE 1-13. Program - Play Mode
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Schedule
Use this feature to set start and end times for playing music.
To schedule music:
1.
Tap the Main tab.
2.
Select a media source, library, playlist or song.
3.
Tap Schedule.
4.
Tap Yes.
5.
Tap the Program tab.
6.
Tap Schedule (menu bar).
7.
Tap Enable.
• The Schedule screen appears.
• Current start and end times are displayed.
8.
Set new start and end times.
9.
Tap Change.
Can I enable Schedule from the Status Bar?
Yes. Tap Scheduled Playback. Music previously selected
and scheduled will play at the set time.
If this is your first time using the feature or you want to
change start and end times, follow Steps 1 - 9 above.
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Performance Tab
Performance Tab
From this tab set playback performance parameters.
Tempo
Use this function to modify the playback speed of a MIDI file. A
value of zero (0) sets the playback speed to the original tempo.
Increase or decrease the BPM (beats-per-minute) to modify the
tempo.
Note: Adjusting the tempo has no affect on digital audio files or
sources.
To set the tempo:
1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease the (-60, 0, 60, 180) volume.
• The Tempo screen appears.
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Transpose
Use this function to transpose the key of a song.
Note:
•
Raise or lower the key of a song in half-step increments.
•
Set the value before playback. If you set a transpose value
during playback, it is applied to the next song.
Digital audio is transposed to a key nearest the original audio. The
piano will transpose up or down, a full 24 half steps. This ensures
the music is in tune and minimizes degradation.
To transpose the key of a song:
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1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Tap Transpose (menu bar).
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease the (-24, 0, 24) volume.
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Sync
Opus7 automatically synchronizes music based on song type and
volume level.
Use this function to adjust the synchronization between the piano
and any accompaniment.
To manually sync the piano and any accompaniment:
1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Tap Sync (menu bar).
• Left side of the slider adjusts the accompaniment sync
delay.
• Right side of the slider adjusts the piano sync delay.
• The center of the slider (set to zero) is the default sync
delay.
3.
Drag the slider or tap the left/right arrows to increase or
decrease (-150, 0, 150) to the desired sync rate.
Note: Sync rate change values are in milliseconds.
Metronome
Opus7 includes a metronome to mark time during live play of the
piano. It provides a steady tempo reference in the form of audible
clicks.
Use this function to activate the metronome and adjust the tempo
to match the speed of your music.
To enable the metronome:
1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Tap Enable.
• The slider appears.
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Performance Tab
NOTE: The metronome is designed as a practice tool only.
It does not function as a click track for advanced
synchronization requirements nor synchronizes with
recorded songs or existing music.
Instrument
Use this feature to select an instrument. Selecting an instrument
allows you to:
•
Accompany a live or recorded piano performance.
•
Record other instrument sounds.
To enable instrument selection:
1.
Tap the Performance tap.
2.
Tap Instrument (menu bar).
3.
Select Enable.
• The Instrument drop-list appears.
4.
Select an instrument.
FIGURE 1-14. Performance tab - Instrument
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Channel Mask
Use this function to mask (turn off) an instrument on a specific
MIDI channel. Channel masking is useful for silencing one or more
symphony instruments during playback.
To mask a channel:
1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Select Channel Mask (menu bar).
• A list of available instruments and channels to mask
appear.
3.
Select an instrument or channel to mask.
4.
Tap Mask.
• Masked channels are displayed in parenthesis.
FIGURE 1-15. Performance tab - Channel Mask
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Performance Tab
To unmask a channel:
1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Select Channel Mask (menu bar).
• Masked channels are displayed in parenthesis.
3.
Select an instrument or channel to unmask.
4.
Tap Unmask.
• To return the system to default settings, tap Reset.
NOTE: During symphony accompaniment playback, each
channel indicates its assigned instrument. Some songs
may assign more than one instrument to a channel.
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Key Mask
Use this function to mask (turn off) a range of piano keys. Key
masking allows Opus7 to play a range of keys within a song while
you play the other range.
To mask a key(s):
1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Select Key Mask (menu bar).
3.
Select a key(s).
4.
Tap Mask.
• A list of key ranges appear.
• Masked keys are displayed in parenthesis.
FIGURE 1-16. Performance - Key Mask
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Performance Tab
To unmask a key(s):
1.
Tap the Performance tab.
2.
Select Key Mask (menu bar).
• Masked keys are displayed in parenthesis.
3.
Select a key(s) to unmask.
4.
Tap Unmask.
• To return the system to default settings, tap Reset.
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Backstage Tab
Backstage Tab
Features and functions on the Backstage tab, allow you to adjust
Opus7 technical settings.
Symphony
The Opus7 Opulence package includes a built-in sound card with
128 different sampled sounds that individually accompany piano
performances. You can connect an external MIDI device to provide
your own symphony accompaniment.
To select a symphony accompaniment type:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
• The Symphony screen appears.
2.
Select either:
• None - no symphony accompaniment.
• Symphony Pro - Opus7 internal symphony
accompaniment. This is the default setting.
• External - symphony accompaniment from an external
MIDI device.
Note: This is an optional feature. The sound card may or
may not be installed on your system.
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Updates
Download system updates for Opus7 if broadband Internet access
is available. Updates are downloaded manually or automatically.
(Note: Update CDs can be ordered from PianoDisc or your piano
dealer.)
To manually download updates:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Updates (menu bar).
3.
Tap Update Now.
• A series of messages appear.
• Opus7 is offline for at least one minute if an update is
found. Then the system restarts.
To automatically download updates:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Updates (menu bar).
3.
Select Automatic.
• Now your system daily connects to PianoDisc to search
for and download updates.
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Defaults
The original system settings are optimized by the Installation
Technician. If you have changed your system settings, use the
Default function to return to the original settings.
To restore the default system settings:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Defaults (menu bar).
3.
Tap Restore.
• The system returns to the default settings stored on
your system.
To copy the default system settings to floppy disk:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Copy to Floppy.
To load default settings from floppy disk:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Load from Floppy.
• The system returns to the default settings stored on
the floppy.
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Info
System configuration and status information is available for your
review. Note: PianoDisc Technical Support asks for this
information during tech support calls.
To display system configuration and status information:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Info (menu bar).
3.
Tap Show Info.
Import
Usually, CDs are virtually error-free and do not require a rigorous
verification process. Because Opus7 does not automatically check
for errors during import it is compatible with a greater variety of
CDs and has faster import times.
To import a slightly damaged CD, enable Use error correction
when copying CDs. With error correction enabled, Opus7 attempts
to correct any CD errors found during import.
To set the system to fix CD errors and skips:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Import (menu bar).
3.
Select Use error correction when copying CDs.
• The system is now set to fix errors during every CD
copy.
Note: This feature corrects minor problems, but does not
fix audio from a severely damaged CD. In most cases, it is
best to leave error correction disabled.
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Alerts
Use this feature to hear audible sounds alerting that an action has
occurred.
To enable alerts:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Alert (menu bar).
3.
Select Use audible alerts.
Date & Time
The correct date and time enables the schedule feature to:
•
Start and stop music at the set time and
•
Enables the system to search for and download updates at the
appropriate time.
To set the time zone:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Date & Time (menu bar).
• The Date & Time screen appears.
3.
Select the appropriate time zone.
• The time zone and date are used to determine
adjustments such as daylight savings time.
4.
Tap Change.
• The Success confirmation screen appears.
• Depending on the time zone selected, the time
automatically changes.
• If the new time zone is a day ahead or behind the
current time zone, the date and time automatically
change.
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FIGURE 1-17. Backstage - Date & Time
To set date and time:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Date & Time (menu bar).
• The Date & Time screen appears.
3.
Select the appropriate hour, minute, month, day and year.
4.
Tap Change.
• The Success confirmation screen appears.
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Recording
The system’s recording mode is automatically set to Normal. Use
this feature to change the recording mode and/or source.
To change the recording mode and or source:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Recording (menu bar)
3.
Select a recording mode:
• The Recording screen appears.
• Normal Mode - recording begins the moment you tap
the Record button. Lag time is recorded.
Note: This is the default mode.
• Smart Mode - recording begins the moment you begin
playing the piano. Lag time is not recorded.
Note: The Smart Mode is only used for the first track of a
recorded song. Normal mode is used for additional tracks
of the recording.
4.
Tap the source.
• Piano - is the default setting. This records your piano
performance. (Note: Recording from the piano is only
available with the optional Performance Package.)
• MIDI In - Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI),
is the standard connection between computers,
keyboards, sound modules and sound effects devices.
Select this setting to record from your external MIDI
equipment.
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Network
Use this function to allow file sharing and remote debugging, as
well as viewing your IP, Gateway and DNS addresses.
To enable file sharing:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Network (menu bar.)
3.
Select File Sharing.
4.
Tap Change.
FIGURE 1-18. Backstage - Network
What is the default status for file sharing?
The default status for file sharing is OFF. After enabling this
feature, be aware that others with access to your network
have the ability to add, delete or rearrange files on the
MX3 drive. Since file sharing requires opening network
ports, your system may become less secure.
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Backstage Tab
To enable remote debugging:
1.
Tap the Backstage tab.
2.
Tap Network (menu bar).
3.
Select Remote Debugging.
4.
Tap Change.
What is Remote Debugging?
Use this feature to enable PianoDisc Technical Support to
remotely access your Opus7 system to troubleshoot any
software problems.
NOTE: Remote debugging is only available if your Opus7 is
configured to use a public IP address.
Setup
This function requires a password and is only accessed by a
certified PianoDisc Technician.
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Backstage Tab
CHAPTER 3: CONNECTIVITY
Opus7 has the capability of connecting to your home network and
the Internet.
With your home network and PC, you can:
•
Use the Opus7 system with your PC’s web browser.
•
Manage, add and edit music on the MX3 drive using your PC’s
file manager.
With a broadband Internet connection, you can:
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Listen to songs from the Internet
•
Listen to PianoCast Broadcasts
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Receive system updates
•
Display CD song titles
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Network Connection
If your home computer has a network adapter, it can
communicate with Opus7 over a network.
The following sections explain:
•
System requirements for connecting to the network.
•
Connecting Opus7 to your personal computer.
•
Accessing the MX3 drive from your personal computer.
•
Network security.
PianoDisc makes no representations; extends no
warranties of any kind, either express or implied; and
assumes no responsibilities whatsoever with respect to the
compatibility of Opus7 with any services provided by an
Internet Service Provider (ISP). Purchaser expressly
acknowledges that services provided by an ISP vary and
that many ISPs have usage policies that do not permit the
connection of more than one device. Some ISPs supply
equipment that must be installed in your computer and
such installations may not be compatible with the Opus7
hardware or software. Purchaser further acknowledges
that purchaser is responsible for verifying that Opus7 can
be installed and operated under the usage policies of the
purchaser’s ISP, and that the ISP provides compatible
equipment. Certain Internet dependent features of Opus7
may not be available to the purchaser if a suitable Internet
connection is not available. Purchaser should contact their
existing ISP with questions concerning Opus7 compatibility
and usage policies.
Connecting Opus7 to the Internet requires PC networking
experience. We recommend consulting an IT professional
for assistance.
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Network Connection
System Requirements
What do I need to access Opus7 from a PC?
•
Modern web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or Firefox).
•
Wired or wireless network interface card (NIC).
What do I need to access the MX3 drive from a PC?
•
Windows networking support, Appleshare, AppleTalk or SAMBA
PC Connection
To connect Opus7 to your PC:
1.
Plug one end of an Ethernet cable into your PC.
2.
Plug the other end into the Wireless Router.
• Skip steps 1 & 2 if you have wireless networking.
3.
Configure your PC to obtain IP addresses and settings from
DHCP.
4.
Reboot.
• See your PC’s documentation for detailed instructions.
• The Wireless Router may prompt to enter your ISP,
user account name, and password. See the Wireless
Router hardware documentation for more information.
5.
Access Opus7 from your web browser.
• Open your web browser.
• Enter 192.168.0.7 (IP address) in the Address field.
• Tap Enter. The user interface appears.
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Access MX3 from your PC
Use your PC’s file manager to access the MX folder. (Note: Within
a PC’s file manager the MX3 displays as the MX folder.)
After accessing the folder you can:
•
View, add, delete, rename and copy music libraries, playlists
and songs.
To access the MX3 folder using a PC:
1.
Open your web browser.
2.
Enter the IP address for Opus7.
3.
Enable file sharing within Opus7.
• The user interface appears.
• Click the Backstage tab.
• Click Network (menu bar).
• Enable File Sharing.
• Click Change.
4.
Open Windows® Explorer and search for the MX folder.
• Right-click Start.
• Click Explore. Windows® Explorer appears.
• Right-click My Network Places.
• Click Search for Computers...
• Type the host name in the Computer Name field.
(Note: The Default host name is Opus7.)
• Click Search. Opus7 appears in a list within the rightframe.
• Double-click Opus7. The MX folder appears within the
right-frame.
• Double-click the MX folder to view its contents.
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Network Security
Opus7 uses several techniques to maintain security on your
system:
•
The Wireless Router serves as a NAT firewall blocking external
computers from gaining direct access to the system.
•
The Opus7 system contains an internal firewall that limits
access by external systems.
Opus7 attempts to achieve a delicate balance between
security and usability in its network implementation.
However, a determined hacker may be able to defeat these
security measures and utilize the network of the Purchaser
in an unauthorized manner. Since each network is
different, only the Purchaser can determine whether the
security measures discussed here will adequately protect
their network.
The Purchaser acknowledges that connection to the
Internet and use of the Opus7 Internet features is done at
the risk of the Purchaser. In no event shall PianoDisc, its
subsidiaries or employees be responsible for unauthorized
access to, loss or alteration of the data of the Purchaser or
be liable for any damage from intrusions.
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Internet Access
You must have broadband Internet and an Internet Service
Provider (ISP) to connect the Opus7 system to the Internet. The
following sections explain:
•
Internet Connection
•
PianoCast
•
Electronic Music Delivery
Internet Connection
IMPORTANT: Not all ISPs have usage policies permitting
connections to more than one device. Verify your ISPs usage
policies before connecting Opus7 to your Internet connection.
What do I need to connect Opus7 to my Internet
connection?
•
Broadband modem with an Ethernet port.
•
Ethernet cable.
•
ISP (Internet Service Provider such as AOL, Earthlink, etc.).
To connect Opus7 to the Internet:
1.
Locate the Wireless Router under your piano.
2.
Locate your broadband Internet connection.
• One port is reserved for Internet connection.
• Some ISPs provide broadband equipment that is
installed within your computer. See your ISP provider’s
documentation regarding sharing your PC’s Internet
connection with external devices.
3.
Plug the Ethernet cable into the Wireless Router and
your broadband Internet connection.
• The Net is displayed as a media source on the Main
tab.
• The web browser on the Conductor Tablet is enabled
to surf the web.
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PianoCast
With broadband Internet, Opus7 can connect to PianoCast.
PianoCast is PianoDisc's Internet radio station. But this is no
ordinary radio station. It combines a traditional audio broadcast
with a piano performance. PianoCast features special events,
interviews and performances by your favorite artists and more.
To play from a PianoCast stream:
1.
Select Net.
2.
Select PianoCast Broadcasts.
3.
Select the a PianoCast stream.
4.
Tap Play (button).
• You will likely hear only audio (or silence) at the start of
the stream. Once the connection is fully established,
the name of the PianoCast is shown in the status
window.
Note: PianoCast is similar to listening to a standard radio
broadcast. You cannot pause or fast-forward. Similar to
standard radio, it may connect in the middle of a song or
segment. Since PianoCast is broadcast simultaneously to
many systems, some PianoCast segments may be
archived.
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Electronic Music Delivery
Purchase music from PianoDisc’s eMusic Store at
www.pianodisc.com/emusic/index1.asp. Music is electronically
delivered to your home.
To purchase and receive music from the eMusic store:
1.
Go to www.pianodisc.com/emusic/index1.asp.
2.
Select and browse a musical genre to find the album you
want to purchase.
3.
Select the album.
4.
Select OP Downloadable as the music format. (Note: Some
albums are only available in CD or floppy disk format.)
5.
Enter your Opus7 Unit ID number and checkout.
• Ensure the number is entered correctly. If you enter
the number incorrectly, Opus7will not download the
music.
6.
Access your Opus7 and manually update your system.
• Your music is immediately downloaded into the
appropriate Opus7 music library.
• If Automatic Updates is enabled within your Opus7
system, music is received within 24 hours.
Note: Electronic delivery requires a broadband Internet
connection. The time needed to download and install music
depends on your Internet connection speed.
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Internet Access
eMusic Formats
Albums at the eMusic Store may be available for purchase in all or
some music formats. Music format options are:
PD. Floppy disks formatted to play music only on PDS-128, PDS128Plus, 228CFX and Opus7 systems. Permanently stored on the
PD diskettes are a variety of musical performances recorded for:
• solo piano
• piano with synthesized instrumental accompaniment
CD. CDs formatted to play music only on PDS-128Plus (with
external CD player) and 228CFX systems. Permanently stored on
CD are a variety of musical performances recorded for:
•
solo piano
•
piano with live orchestrated accompaniment
•
piano with live orchestrated accompaniment with vocals
•
piano with synthesized accompaniment (SymphonyPro not
required)
OP CD. Opus7 CDs formatted to add music only on Opus7
systems. Opus7 CDs contain Digital Audio, MIDI or PianoSync
music files. Permanently stored on OP CDs are a variety of musical
performances recorded for:
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solo piano
•
piano with live stereo orchestration
•
piano with live stereo orchestration and vocals
•
piano with stereo synthesized accompaniment (SymphonyPro
required)
•
piano with pre-recorded synthesized accompaniment
(SymphonyPro not required)
•
piano performance to accompany off-the-shelf commercial
audio CDs (PianoSync)
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Internet Access
OP Downloadable. Download Digital Audio, MIDI and PianoSync
music files directly to the Opus7 system. Downloadable music
comes in a variety of musical performances recorded for:
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solo piano
•
piano with live stereo orchestration
•
piano with live stereo orchestration and vocals
•
piano with stereo synthesized accompaniment (SymphonyPro
required)
•
piano with pre-recorded synthesized accompaniment
(SymphonyPro not required)
•
piano performance to accompany off-the-shelf commercial
audio CDs (PianoSync)
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Stereo / Home Theater
Connection
Note: If you’re not
using a whole house
audio configuration,
connect the SMI’s
audio-out connection
to the stereo
receiver’s input
connection.
Below is a Whole House Audio Wiring Diagram that illustrates
how to connect Opus7 to your whole house audio system. It’s
provided to give you an overview of the necessary components
and wiring. For installation, contact your PianoDisc dealer.
FIGURE 1-19. Whole House Audio Wiring
If you want
to install
the
(optional)
iMic with
your Opus7
system,
plug it into an
available USB port on
the Control Box. Plug
a stereo “Y” cable
into the out port on
the iMic and the other
end of the cable to
the in port on the
SMI Box. This
eliminates connecting
the Stereo "Y" cable
from the Control Box
to the SMI Box.
TIP: Music playback
from the CD Drive is
unavailable if an iMic
is installed. An error
message appears if
you attempt
playback.
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Supported File Formats
CHAPTER 4: FILE FORMATS
Supported File Formats
Opus7 supports three primary song file formats:
TABLE 1-1. File formats supported by Opus7
File Format
Description
Standard MIDI
(SMF)
• Contains recordings of piano performances
and other instruments.
• Type 0 and 1 are supported.
• Playback tempo is adjustable.
• Transpose function does not affect audio
quality.
• Songs appear in black within a music list.
• Songs with accompaniment appear in
copper within a song list.
MX3 (digital
audio with
MIDI)
• Contains piano performances, stereo digital
audio accompaniment, other instruments,
and vocals.
• Transpose function degrades the audio
quality.
• Playback tempo is not adjustable.
• Files are best played without performance
modification.
• Songs appear in blue within a music list.
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TABLE 1-1. File formats supported by Opus7
File Format
Description
Tracks
• Tracks are digital audio stored on CD or
floppy disk.
• To playback tracks, Opus7 converts them to
MIDI or digital audio.
• The conversion process makes tracks
slower to load. Copy tracks to the MX3
drive to avoid delayed load and playback
times.
KAR file
• Contains a MIDI file with song lyrics for
Karaoke.
• Songs appear in green within a music list.
Wav File
• Standard personal computer audio file
format.
• Songs appear in blue within a music list.
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Glossary
BPM
Beats per minute.
Conductor Tablet
A wireless webpad that uses a web browser to display the
user interface.
Control Box
A CPU (central processing unit) mounted underneath the
piano. It stores the Opus7 software and the Music
Expansion 3 (MX3) hard-drive.
Cue
A play mode that requires the user to press play before
each song. Songs are cued in sequential order.
iMic
A USB audio adapter that provides a stereo output. While
the Opus7 system system produces high quality sound
with minimal noise, using an iMic to connect the Control
Box to the SMI Box increases the signal to noise ratio.
KAR files
MIDI files with song lyrics added; a combination of MIDI
data and text used for karaoke; does not contain audio
data.
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Media Source
A drive or directory that music is stored in. Opus7 has four
possible media sources: MX3 (Music Expansion 3), CD,
floppy disk (FD) and Internet.
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface)
A connectivity standard that musicians use to connect
musical instruments (such as keyboards and synthesizers)
and computer equipment. Using MIDI, a musician creates
and edits digital music tracks. The MIDI system digitally
records: notes played, length of the notes, dynamics
(volume alterations), tempo, and instrument being played.
Because MIDI records each note digitally, editing a track of
MIDI music is much easier and more accurate than editing
a track of audio. Musicians can change the notes,
dynamics, tempo, and even the instrument played.
MIDI Controller
A device, real or virtual, which generates and transmits
MIDI data for operating musical devices or other devices
which are electronically enabled for MIDI operation.
MIDI file
A computer file format containing musical information and
performance data. MIDI files are binary files that require
MIDI compatible hardware or software to record and
playback. Type 0 MIDI files = one track. Type 1 MIDI files
= multiple tracks.
MIDI Sound Module
A stand-alone device or synthesizer that generates music
based on an incoming MIDI signal.
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Music Library
A collection of audio files such as downloaded songs/
albums or music loaded onto Opus7.
MX3
Music Expansion 3. A hard drive containing PianoDisc
music or music loaded onto Opus7.
Normal
A play mode that sets playback of music in sequential
order.
Normal Mode
A recording mode in which recording begins the moment
the Record button is activated. Lag time between the start
of recording and the start of play is recorded.
PDA (Personal Digital Assistant)
A handheld computer that serves as an organizer for
personal information. It generally includes at least a name
and address database, to-do list and note taker. PDAs may
be combined with cell phones and other wireless
technologies, providing a mobile office for people on the
go.
PDAs are pen based and use a stylus to tap selections on
menus and to enter printed characters. The unit may also
include a small on-screen keyboard which is tapped with
the pen. Data are synchronized between the PDA and
desktop computer via cable or wireless transmission.
PDAs with a wireless connection and web browser can be
used to access Opus7.
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PianoCast
An Internet radio broadcast that streams both audio and
MIDI data music.
Playlist
A custom index of music that plays in a customized order.
You can arrange or customize your own playlists by artist,
genre or mood.
Power-line Networking
A method of networking computers by using electrical
wiring within a home or office.
Product Interface
The combination of menus, screen design, keyboard
commands, command language and online help, which
creates the way a user interacts with a computer.
Repeat
A play mode that repeats playback of music previously
played. This mode can be used in conjuction with the
Normal, Shuffle, Cue and Single play modes.
Serial MIDI Interface
Connects the Control Box to the SilentDrive. It has a MIDI
In port to connect to an external MIDI controller, and a
MIDI Out port to connect to a variety of optional MIDI
Sound Modules.
Shuffle
A play mode that selects and plays music in random order.
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SilentDrive
An electro-mechanical system that plays the piano by
controllling the keys and pedals.
Single
A play mode that sets playback for only one song.
Smart Mode
A recording mode in which recording begins the moment
music starts playing.
Text Editor
A program that enables users to create and edit text files.
Track
A single song or piece of music on an audio CD or
proprietary music floppy. Also refers to a single recording
session within a MIDI file.
Wave file
A Wave file is an audio file format, created by Microsoft,
that has become a standard PC audio file format for
everything from system and game sounds to CD-quality
audio. A Wave file is identified by a file name extension of
WAV (.wav). Used primarily in PCs, the Wave file format
has been accepted as a viable interchange medium for
other computer platforms, such as Macintosh. In addition
to the uncompressed raw audio data, the Wave file format
stores information about the file's number of tracks (mono
or stereo), sample rate, and bit depth.
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Webpad
A handheld, wireless device designed for Web browsing. A
Webpad is like a laptop computer without a fold-down
screen and keyboard, which is why it is also called a Web
slate or tablet computer.
Wireless Router
A wireless network device used to extend communication
between the Control Box and the Conductor Tablet, and
serves as a connection point for Internet access.
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Customized Playlist
Although Opus7 features a built-in playlist editor for simple
playlists, you can use a text editor (e.g. Wordpad, Notepad, etc.)
to create a customized playlist. Type the information for each
item, then save the playlist on a CD, floppy disk or network drive,
or copy it to the MX3 drive.
To create a playlist in a text editor:
1.
Specify the playlist filename. (Note: The filename
extension is .pdl).
2.
Specify the following playlist components: structure,
programming commands. operators, media types
and/or repeat suffiix. (See Playlist Components for
more information.)
Note: A song’s filename includes the file extension (e.g.
.mid, .wav, .ogg, .kar, etc.) To specify a song, always
include the filename and extension.
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Playlist Components
Playlist File Format. PianoDisc playlists are plain text files with
the file name extension .pdl.
Structure. A playlist consists of one or more sections. Each
section consists of: command, count (optional), media type, and a
repeat value. Example:
play count
{
add media
remove media
} repeat
Commands. A command must start each section of a playlist.
Each command can be followed by a count (the number of songs
to play). After the specified number of songs is played, section
playback is complete.
If a repeat value is specified at the end of a section, songs are
played again. For example, if the repeat value is (3), the section
plays three times.
Playlist programming commands:
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Play - songs are played sequentially.
•
Shuffle - songs are played in random order. A song is not
repeated until all songs within a section are played. A section
is not repeated until all songs within the section are played.
•
Cue - songs are played sequentially, but you must tap Play
before each song.
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Operators. An operator must precede each media line in a
section.
Use the following operators in a media line:
•
•
+ adds a media source.
The - removes a media source.
The
Media. Media lines list the media source to include or exclude
from a playlist. Each line consists of an operator and media type.
Media types are:
•
fd - specifies the floppy disk as the media type. Supports
libraries and tracks.
•
cd - specifies CD as the media type. Supports libraries and
tracks.
•
mx - specifies the MX3 drive as the media type. Supports
libraries.
•
nt - specifies the Internet as the media type. Supports
libraries.
To build a media line:
•
Enclose each section in braces.
•
Enter an operator then a media type.
•
List the media line without a library/track to indicate inclusion
or exclusion of all songs on the media type OR
•
List a library/track to indicate the addition/removal of all songs
in the library
•
List a song’s file name to indicate the addition/removal of a
single song.
Remember: The operator used in the media line determines
whether to include, exclude, add or remove music.
•
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Separate the media type, library, and song with a forward
slash (/).
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In the media line sample below:
• All songs on the MX3 drive are added to the playlist.
• The Musical Memories library is removed.
• A single song is added from the floppy disk.
{
+mx
-mx/Musical Memories
+fd/3
}
Repeat Suffix. A numeric value that specifies the number of times
a playback section is repeated. The value follows the closing brace
of the playback section.
Note:
•
If the value is (0), playback is repeated indefinitely. The user
must tap Stop to discontinue.
•
If no value is specified, the section is played back once.
What does the tilde (~) after the song title mean?
Songs included on the MX3 drive or purchased from
PianoDisc may have a tilde (~) and number after the song
title. This designation is a PianoDisc catalog number and
should be included in the song title.
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Playlist Examples
Note: A song’s filename includes the file extension (e.g. .mid,
.wav, .ogg, .kar, etc.) To specify a song, always provide the
complete filename.
•
Play once - all songs - all media types.
play
{
+mx
+cd
+fd
+nt
}
•
Shuffle 10 songs - MX3 - CD - floppy disk media types.
shuffle 10
{
+mx
+cd
+fd
}
•
Cue first (5) songs - MX3 media type - Exclude Rhapsody in
Blue.
cue 5
{
+mx
-mx/Musicals/Rhapsody in Blue~PD4008.mid
}
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Play (6) songs - MX3 media type - Theme music library sequential order.
play
{
+mx/Theme/CANADA.mid
+mx/Theme/USA.mid
+mx/Theme/FRANCE.mid
+mx/Theme/AFRICA.mid
+mx/Theme/GERMANY.mid
+mx/Theme/SWITZERLAND.mid
}
•
Shuffle (5) songs - MX3 media type - Candlelight music
library.
shuffle 5
{
+mx/Candlelight
}
•
Shuffle all songs - MX3 media type - Candlelight music library
- repeat playback (5) times.
(Note: First playback, then repeated four more times equals a
repeat of five times.)
shuffle
{
+mx/Candlelight
}
5
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•
Play all songs - MX3, CD, Internet and floppy media types Exclude Theme music library on MX3 - Exclude Track 5 on
floppy disk.
play
{
+mx
+cd
+nt
+fd
-mx/Theme
-fd/5
}
•
Shuffle all songs on MX3 once - Shuffle all songs on floppy
once - Sequentially play songs on CD.
shuffle 1
{
+mx
}
shuffle 1
{
+fd
}
play
{
+cd
}
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Figures
FIGURE 1-1.Conductor Tablet - Front Panel .......................... 30
FIGURE 1-2.Conductor Tablet - Side View ............................ 31
FIGURE 1-3.Conductor Tablet - Rear Panel ........................... 32
FIGURE 1-4.Control Box .................................................... 33
FIGURE 1-5.Wireless Router .............................................. 34
FIGURE 1-6.Opus7 User Interfaces ..................................... 37
FIGURE 1-7.Media Sources ................................................ 41
FIGURE 1-8.Destination of copied music .............................. 46
FIGURE 1-9.Merge - Select MIDI Source .............................. 49
FIGURE 1-10.Main Tab - New Library................................... 56
FIGURE 1-11.Main tab - New List........................................ 58
FIGURE 1-12.Normal Play Mode.......................................... 67
FIGURE 1-13.Program - Play Mode...................................... 67
FIGURE 1-14.Performance tab - Instrument ......................... 72
FIGURE 1-15.Performance tab - Channel Mask ..................... 73
FIGURE 1-16.Performance - Key Mask ................................. 75
FIGURE 1-17.Backstage - Date & Time ................................ 82
FIGURE 1-18.Backstage - Network...................................... 84
FIGURE 1-19.Whole House Audio Wiring .............................. 96
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FAQs
Are there any copy restrictions? ......................................... 36
Are there any move restrictions? ........................................ 39
Can I see song titles?........................................................ 32
Do I need to use Merge to play PianoSync performances? ...... 33
How can I receive eMusic delivery immediately? ................... 83
How long does it take to copy a CD? ................................... 36
What are recording modes and how do I change them? ......... 44
What do media sources contain?......................................... 31
What happens when a playlist is created? ............................ 46
What is Remote Debugging? .............................................. 75
What is the default status for file sharing? ........................... 74
What music sources can I merge?....................................... 38
What’s the difference between double-tap and single-tap? ...... 10
Why do the library and song titles appear in different colors? .. 11
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INDEX
A
add, music to a playlist ................................................................59
alerts, enable .............................................................................81
auxiliary audio ............................................................................65
adjust ..................................................................................65
mute ...................................................................................65
B
Backstage tab 77
Alerts ..................................................................................81
description ......................................................................81
enable ........................................................................... 81
Date & Time .........................................................................81
description ......................................................................81
set date & time ...............................................................82
set time zone ..................................................................81
Defaults .............................................................................. 79
copy system default to floppy ............................................79
description ......................................................................79
load from floppy ............................................................. 79
restore .......................................................................... 79
Import ..................................................................................80
description ......................................................................80
enable CD error fix ..........................................................80
Info .....................................................................................80
description ......................................................................80
display information ..........................................................80
Network ...............................................................................84
description ......................................................................84
enable file sharing ...........................................................84
remote debugging........................................................... 85
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Recording ............................................................................ 83
description ..................................................................... 83
recording setup ............................................................... 83
Symphony ........................................................................... 77
description ..................................................................... 77
selecting symphony accompaniment type ........................... 77
Updates ............................................................................... 78
description ..................................................................... 78
manually download ......................................................... 78
automatic download ........................................................ 78
button description ...................................................................... 15
C
CD - eject ................................................................................. 21
CD Drive ..............................................................................29, 40
channel mask............................................................................. 73
description ........................................................................... 73
unmasking channel ............................................................... 74
using .................................................................................. 73
Conductor Tablet .................................................................. 17, 29
using .................................................................................. 30
Control Box............................................................................16, 29
using ................................................................................... 33
copy ......................................................................................... 46
copy all music ...................................................................... 46
copy music library ................................................................. 46
copy restrictions ................................................................... 47
copy specific songs ............................................................... 47
customize playlist ..................................................................... 106
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delete .......................................................................................52
delete music library ...............................................................52
delete music from a playlist ....................................................59
delete music library ...............................................................52
delete song.......................................................................... 52
digital audio ...............................................................................64
adjust ................................................................................. 64
mute ...................................................................................64
E
electronic music delivery ..............................................................91
F
file formats................................................................................ 97
file sharing, enable ..................................................................... 84
floppy drive ............................................................................... 29
deselect ...............................................................................21
H
Hardware ...................................................................................29
I
import .......................................................................................80
description ...........................................................................80
fix CD errors and skips ...........................................................80
iMic ...................................................................................... 40, 96
information ................................................................................80
status ..................................................................................80
system configuration .............................................................80
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Internet .................................................................................... 91
connection ........................................................................... 91
K
key mask .................................................................................. 75
description ........................................................................... 75
using .................................................................................. 75
unmasking ........................................................................... 76
M
Main tab ................................................................................... 40
description ........................................................................... 40
Copy ................................................................................... 46
copy all music ................................................................. 46
copy music library ........................................................... 46
copy specific songs .......................................................... 47
description ..................................................................... 46
Delete ................................................................................. 52
delete music library ......................................................... 52
delete song .................................................................... 52
Edit List ............................................................................... 59
edit playlist .................................................................... 59
Merge ................................................................................. 48
description ..................................................................... 48
merge with audio CD ....................................................... 48
play merged music .......................................................... 49
Move ................................................................................... 50
description ..................................................................... 50
move music .................................................................... 50
restrictions ..................................................................... 50
Name .................................................................................. 51
description ..................................................................... 51
rename music library ....................................................... 51
rename song .................................................................. 51
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New Library ..........................................................................56
create new music library ...................................................56
description ......................................................................56
New List ...............................................................................57
create ............................................................................57
description ......................................................................57
exclude music .................................................................58
Schedule ..............................................................................45
description ......................................................................45
schedule music for playback ..............................................45
master audio ..............................................................................62
adjust ..................................................................................62
mute ...................................................................................62
master controller ........................................................................62
media, selecting .........................................................................41
media source ....................................................................... 18, 40
merge, MIDI files ........................................................................48
merged music, play .....................................................................49
metronome ................................................................................71
description ...........................................................................71
enable .................................................................................71
microphone audio, adjust .............................................................65
MIDI Controller ...........................................................................35
MIDI In .....................................................................................35
connecting ...........................................................................35
MIDI Out ...................................................................................36
connecting ...........................................................................36
MIDI Sound Module .....................................................................36
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move music ............................................................................... 50
move music music up or down a playlist .................................. 59
move restrictions .................................................................. 50
Mute Sound ............................................................................... 25
MX3 .................................................................................. 33, 100
N
network security ........................................................................ 90
Normal Mode ........................................................................55, 83
P
PC ............................................................................................ 87
access MX3 from .................................................................. 89
connection ........................................................................... 88
system requirements ............................................................. 88
Performance Tab ........................................................................ 69
Channel Mask ....................................................................... 73
description ..................................................................... 73
masking a channel .......................................................... 73
unmask a channel ........................................................... 74
Instrument .......................................................................... 72
description ..................................................................... 72
enable ........................................................................... 72
select ............................................................................ 72
Key Mask ............................................................................. 75
description ..................................................................... 75
masking a key ................................................................ 75
unmasking keys .............................................................. 76
Metronome .......................................................................... 71
description ..................................................................... 71
enable ........................................................................... 71
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Sync ....................................................................................71
description ......................................................................71
sync piano & accompaniment ............................................71
Tempo .................................................................................69
description ......................................................................69
set tempo .......................................................................69
Transpose .............................................................................70
description ......................................................................70
transpose key .................................................................70
piano audio ................................................................................63
adjust ..................................................................................63
mute ...................................................................................63
PianoCast ..................................................................................91
using ...................................................................................92
PianoSync ..................................................................................42
using ...................................................................................42
play mode, setup ........................................................................66
play modes ................................................................................66
cue ......................................................................................66
normal .................................................................................66
repeat .................................................................................66
shuffle .................................................................................66
single ..................................................................................66
Play Music ..................................................................................19
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Playlist ...................................................................................... 57
build a media line ............................................................... 108
commands ......................................................................... 107
create ................................................................................. 57
description ........................................................................... 57
edit ..................................................................................... 59
examples of ....................................................................... 110
file format .......................................................................... 107
media type ........................................................................ 108
operators ........................................................................... 108
repeat suffix ....................................................................... 109
structure ........................................................................... 107
add music ............................................................................ 59
delete music ........................................................................ 59
exclude music ...................................................................... 58
move music up or down ......................................................... 59
power light ................................................................................ 30
Product Interface ..................................................................14, 37
access to ............................................................................. 17
Flash ................................................................................... 37
HTML ..............................................................................37, 38
Simplified HTML .................................................................... 37
Program tab .............................................................................. 66
description ........................................................................... 66
Play Mode ............................................................................ 66
set play mode ................................................................. 66
Schedule ............................................................................. 68
description ..................................................................... 68
schedule music ............................................................... 68
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Record ................................................................................ 23, 53
record new song ............................................................. 23, 53
record new track for existing recording ............................. 24, 54
recording modes ........................................................................ 83
recording, setup .........................................................................83
recording, source ........................................................................83
remote debugging, enable .......................................................... 85
reset the system .........................................................................21
S
Schedule Music ......................................................................... 22
Serial MIDI Interface ................................................................. 29
using ................................................................................. 35
Shuffle Music ..............................................................................21
SilentDrive .................................................................................29
description ...........................................................................35
sleep mode ............................................................................... 30
Smart Mode ......................................................................... 55, 83
SMI ...........................................................................................35
Stop Music .................................................................................21
symphony accompaniment ...........................................................77
description .......................................................................... 77
selecting ............................................................................. 77
symphony audio ..........................................................................63
adjust ................................................................................ 63
mute ...................................................................................64
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Symphony Pro ........................................................................... 77
sync ......................................................................................... 71
description .......................................................................... 71
piano & accompaniment ........................................................ 71
system date ............................................................................... 81
description ........................................................................... 81
set date ............................................................................... 82
set time zone ....................................................................... 81
system default ........................................................................... 79
copy to floppy ...................................................................... 79
load from floppy ................................................................... 79
restore ................................................................................ 79
System Settings ......................................................................... 26
restore ............................................................................... 26
system time ............................................................................... 81
description ........................................................................... 81
set time ............................................................................... 82
set time zone ....................................................................... 81
system updates .......................................................................... 78
T
tab description ........................................................................... 14
Tabs ......................................................................................... 38
text editor ............................................................................... 106
transpose key ............................................................................ 70
transpose, description ................................................................ 70
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updates .....................................................................................78
automatic download ...............................................................78
description ...........................................................................78
manually download ................................................................78
V
Volume .................................................................................... 25
adjust volume levels ............................................................ 25
Volume tab ............................................................................... 62
description ...........................................................................62
Auxiliary ..............................................................................65
adjust ............................................................................65
description ......................................................................65
mute .............................................................................65
Digital ..................................................................................64
adjust ............................................................................64
description ......................................................................64
mute .............................................................................64
Master .................................................................................62
adjust audio ....................................................................62
description .................................................................... 62
mute ............................................................................ 62
Microphone ......................................................................... 65
adjust ............................................................................65
description ......................................................................65
Piano ...................................................................................63
description ......................................................................63
mute ...................................................................................63
Symphony ............................................................................63
adjust ............................................................................63
description ......................................................................63
mute .............................................................................64
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Wireless Router .................................................................... 17, 29
using .................................................................................. 34
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Candlelight & Wine
Candlelight & Wine
A Cottage For Sale.................................................... PD2406
After The Gold Rush.................................................. PD2401
Anything Can Happen ............................................... PD2408
As Time Goes By ...................................................... PD2402
Autumn Leaves ...................................................... CD12401
Black Orpheus.......................................................... PD2407
Blue Velvet .............................................................. PD2407
Body And Soul ....................................................... CD12401
Body And Soul ......................................................... PD2404
Cheek To Cheek ....................................................... PD2406
Close To You ............................................................ PD2407
Edelweiss ................................................................ PD2401
Fire And Rain ........................................................... PD2401
Fly Me To The Moon .................................................. PD2403
Full Moon ................................................................ PD2406
Georgia On My Mind ............................................... CD12401
Go Away From My Window......................................... PD2405
Here I'll Stay ........................................................... PD2405
I Didn't Know........................................................... PD2406
I'll Be Seeing You ................................................... CD12402
Lil' Darlin'.............................................................. CD12402
Love Is A Many Splendored Thing ............................... PD2402
Lush Life ................................................................. PD2403
Moon River .............................................................. PD2407
Morning Dance ....................................................... CD12401
My Funny Valentine ................................................ CD12401
My Little Boat ........................................................ CD12401
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Oh What A Beautiful Morning ................................... CD12402
Old Devil Moon....................................................... CD12402
Over The Rainbow .................................................... PD2402
Picnic...................................................................... PD2408
Red Roses For A Blue Lady......................................... PD2404
She's Always A Woman ........................................... CD12402
Skylark ................................................................... PD2407
Some Enchanted Evening ........................................ CD12403
Start Of Something Big ............................................. PD2408
Tangerine .............................................................. CD12402
The Rains Of April..................................................... PD2408
This Masquerade ...................................................... PD2403
Unchained Melody .................................................... PD2405
Unforgettable........................................................... PD2407
What A Difference A Day Makes.................................. PD2407
When I Fall In Love................................................. CD12403
When I Fall In Love................................................... PD2404
When Sunny Gets Blue ............................................ CD12401
Witchcraft.............................................................. CD12401
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Christmas
Angels We Have Heard On High ................................ CD19001
Angels We Have Heard On High .................................. PD9005
Ave Maria ................................................................ PD9006
Away In A Manger .................................................. CD19001
Away In A Manger .................................................... PD9005
Bells Of Joy ............................................................. PD9005
Carol Of The Bells................................................... CD19001
Carol Of The Bells..................................................... PD9005
Charlie Brown .......................................................... PD9004
Christmas Eve.......................................................... PD9004
Christmas Meditation ................................................ PD9005
Christmas Medley ................................................... CD19001
Coventry Carol ....................................................... CD19001
Coventry Carol ......................................................... PD9006
Cradle For A Lamb .................................................... PD9005
Deck The Halls ....................................................... CD19002
Deck The Halls ......................................................... PD9001
Fairest Lord Jesus..................................................... PD9005
For Unto Us A Child Is Born........................................ PD9002
Frosty The Snowman .............................................. CD19002
Frosty The Snowman ................................................ PD9004
Go Tell It On The Mountain ........................................ PD9006
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen ................................... PD9005
Good King Wenceslas ................................................ PD9005
Hard Candy Christmas .............................................. PD9001
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing..................................... PD9006
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing................................... CD19001
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Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas ........................ PD9003
I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day.......................... CD19002
I Wonder As I Wander ............................................... PD9002
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear................................... PD9005
It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas................ CD19002
It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas.................. PD9003
Jesu Bambino .......................................................... PD9002
Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring ........................................ PD9005
Jingle Bells .............................................................. PD9003
Joy To The World ...................................................... PD9002
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow ........................ CD19002
Lo How A Rose E’er Blooming ..................................... PD9006
Masters In This Hall .................................................. PD9002
O Come All Ye Faithful ............................................. CD19003
O Come, All Ye Faithful .............................................. PD9005
O Come, O Come Emmanuel ...................................... PD9005
O Come, O Come Emmanuel .................................... CD19001
O Holy Night .......................................................... CD19001
O Holy Night .......................................................... CD19005
O Holy Night ............................................................ PD9006
Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer................................ PD9003
Santa Baby............................................................ CD19004
Silent Night ............................................................. PD9005
Silver And Gold ........................................................ PD9001
Silver Bells .............................................................. PD9003
Still, Still, Still .......................................................... PD9002
The Christmas Song................................................ CD19002
The Christmas Song.................................................. PD9006
The First Noel .......................................................... PD9005
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The Star Medley ..................................................... CD19003
Twelve Days Of Christmas ....................................... CD19002
We Three Kings Of Orient Are................................... CD19001
We Three Kings Of Orient Are..................................... PD9002
We Three Kings Of Orient Are................................... CD19005
We Wish You A Merry Christmas ............................... CD19002
What Child Is This? ................................................. CD19001
What Child Is This? ................................................... PD9006
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks ........................ PD9005
White Christmas....................................................... PD9006
Winter Holiday ......................................................... PD9004
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Classical
Aeolian Harp Etude ................................................... PD3018
Aida Selections......................................................... PD3010
Allelujah!................................................................. PD3010
Andante Con Moto Tranquillo .................................... CD13004
Anime ..................................................................... PD3016
Arabesque No. 2....................................................... PD3001
Arabesque ............................................................... PD3011
Arabesque ............................................................... PD3020
Aria ...................................................................... CD13005
Baba Yaga, Kiev Gate................................................ PD3019
Ballade In F Minor .................................................... PD3022
Blue Danube Waltz ................................................. CD13002
Butterfly Etude......................................................... PD3022
Carmen-habanera..................................................... PD3023
Carnaval-pierrot ....................................................... PD3023
Chopin: Minute Waltz ................................................ PD3023
Clair De Lune ........................................................... PD3029
Cujus Animam ......................................................... PD3011
Danse Macabre ........................................................ PD3015
Danse Des Elfes ....................................................... PD3010
Emperor Waltz ....................................................... CD13002
Etude Op. 10 No. 8 ................................................... PD3020
Etude Op. 10 No. 3 ................................................... PD3024
Etude Op. 104 No. 1 ................................................. PD3012
Fugace.................................................................. CD13004
Fur Elise
Gavotte Op. 5 No. 2.................................................. PD3014
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Ghost: Dance Terror ................................................. PD3030
Gigue ..................................................................... PD3016
Grieg Conc. Mvt. 1.................................................... PD3009
Grieg Conc. Mvt. 2.................................................... PD3009
Hungarian Dance No. 1 ........................................... CD13002
Hungarian Dance No. 5 ........................................... CD13002
Hungarian Dance No. 6 ........................................... CD13002
Hungarian Rhapsody ................................................. PD3010
I Love Thee ........................................................... CD13005
Intermezzo ............................................................ CD13005
Islamey................................................................... PD3018
Jazzy .................................................................... CD13004
Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring........................................ PD3023
K.467 Allegro Maestoso ........................................... CD13001
K.467 Andante ....................................................... CD13001
K.488 Allegro......................................................... CD13001
K.332 1st Movement................................................. PD3020
K.333 - Andante....................................................... PD3017
K.576 - Adagio......................................................... PD3017
K.576 - Allegretto..................................................... PD3017
Loure...................................................................... PD3016
Meditation ............................................................. CD13005
Melodie In F........................................................... CD13005
Melodie ................................................................. CD13005
Menuet ................................................................. CD13005
Modere ................................................................... PD3016
Molto Allegro Ed Agitato .......................................... CD13004
Moonlight Sonata
Mouvement De Menuet.............................................. PD3016
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New World Symphony ............................................... PD3014
Nocturne In B Major.................................................. PD3018
Nocturne In F# Major................................................ PD3015
Pastoral Variations .................................................... PD3011
Pester Karneval ...................................................... CD13002
Peter And The Wolf
Polovetsian Dance
Prelude & Fugue In G Minor ....................................... PD3030
Prelude ................................................................... PD3030
Reflets Dans L'eau .................................................... PD3022
Rigoletto Paraphrase ................................................. PD3016
Romance Sans Paroles .............................................. PD3024
Sabrina ................................................................. CD13005
Scherzo - Leggero E Vivace...................................... CD13004
Scherzo Op. 16 No. 2 ................................................ PD3012
Sevillanas................................................................ PD3015
Sicilienne .............................................................. CD13005
Sonata In B Flat Major K.488 ..................................... PD3021
Sonata In C Major K.501 ........................................... PD3021
Souvenir De Porto Rico.............................................. PD3018
Spinning Song.......................................................... PD3022
Staccato Caprice ...................................................... PD3010
The Swan .............................................................. CD13005
To Spring ................................................................ PD3013
Traumerei.............................................................. CD13005
Troika ..................................................................... PD3008
Trois Ecossaise ......................................................... PD3012
Un Sospiro .............................................................. PD3022
Valse In C# Minor..................................................... PD3022
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Valse ...................................................................... PD3024
Veloce................................................................... CD13004
Waltz Op.64 No.2 ..................................................... PD3010
Waltz Op.64 No.3 ..................................................... PD3010
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Country & Western
A Better Man ......................................................... CD11004
Always On My Mind................................................... PD1003
Behind Closed Doors ............................................... CD11004
Blue Eyes Cryin’ In The Rain ...................................... PD1003
Blueberry Hill Medley .............................................. CD11005
Chattanooga Choo Choo ............................................ PD1003
Cool Water ............................................................ CD11004
Crazy.................................................................... CD11005
Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Loud Music................... CD11004
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue .............................. PD1001
Don't You Know How Much I Love You ....................... CD11004
Faded Love .............................................................. PD1003
Friends And Lovers ................................................... PD1001
Friends In Low Places.............................................. CD11004
Georgia On My Mind................................................ CD11005
God Bless The Usa .................................................... PD1002
Grandpa Tell Me About The Good Old Days................... PD1002
Green, Green Grass Of Home ..................................... PD1003
Help Me Make It ....................................................... PD1003
I Believe In Music ..................................................... PD1001
I Can't Stop Lovin' You .............................................. PD1003
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry ................................... CD11004
If The Devil Danced In Empty Pockets ....................... CD11004
If You Love Me Let Me Know..................................... CD11004
Jose Cuervo ........................................................... CD11004
Last Date .............................................................. CD11005
Last Date ................................................................ PD1003
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A Long And Lasting Love ........................................... PD1001
Love Me Tender ........................................................ PD1003
Memory ................................................................ CD11005
Most Beautiful Girl In The World ................................. PD1001
Mountain Music ........................................................ PD1001
New Fool At An Old Game .......................................... PD1002
Put Your Hand In The Hand........................................ PD1001
Root Beer Rag.......................................................... PD1003
San Antonio Rose ................................................... CD11005
She Keeps The Home Fires Burning............................. PD1002
Slow Hand............................................................... PD1002
Southern Nights ..................................................... CD11004
Southern Nights ....................................................... PD1001
Stand By Your Man ................................................... PD1002
Sunrise Serenade ................................................... CD11005
The Homecoming ..................................................... PD1003
The Rose ................................................................. PD1001
Tulsa Time............................................................. CD11004
Vows Go Unbroken ................................................. CD11004
We've Got Tonight .................................................... PD1001
You Decorated My Life............................................. CD11004
You Don't Know Me ................................................. CD11005
Your Cheatin' Heart................................................... PD1002
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Jazz
's Wonderful .......................................................... CD16005
Agua De Beber ....................................................... CD16007
All The Things You Are ............................................. .pd6006
Amazone ............................................................... CD16004
As Time Goes By ...................................................... PD6005
Baroque And Blue................................................... CD16003
Bess, You Is My Woman .......................................... CD16005
Blue Bossa ............................................................ CD16001
Blue Charlie Brown ................................................. CD16001
Blue Prelude .......................................................... CD16003
Brazil .................................................................... CD16006
Broadway .............................................................. CD16004
C Jam Blues.............................................................PD6009
Cherokee .............................................................. CD16006
Darn That Dream ..................................................... PD6008
Days Gone By ........................................................ CD16016
Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me............................... PD6009
Don't Mean A Thing If Ain’t Got That Swing .................. PD6009
Embraceable You .................................................... CD16004
Emily ...................................................................... PD6010
Fascinating Rhythm ................................................ CD16005
Heidi's Song .......................................................... CD16010
Hot Salsa .............................................................. CD16009
How Deep Is The Ocean ............................................ PD6010
I Will Be Here For You ............................................. CD16008
In My Highest Place .................................................. PD6010
It's You ................................................................. CD16008
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Killer Joe ............................................................... CD16003
Killer Joe ............................................................... CD16009
Make Me A Memory ................................................ CD16008
Makin' Whoopee ....................................................... PD6003
Mas Que Nada........................................................ CD16008
Misty ...................................................................... PD6008
Moondance ............................................................ CD16015
More Than You Know ................................................ PD6007
My Blue Heaven ....................................................... PD6007
My Funny Valentine .................................................. PD6005
My Romance .......................................................... CD16004
Nardis................................................................... CD16004
Night In Tunisia ........................................................ PD6004
Oh Lady, Be Good................................................... CD16005
Oleo ..................................................................... CD16004
On Green Dolphin St. ................................................ PD6008
On The Alamo ........................................................ CD16003
Pensativa ................................................................ PD6006
Pick Yourself Up ....................................................... PD6008
Playin'................................................................... CD16016
Prelude To A Kiss...................................................... PD6009
Pretty Women .......................................................... PD6006
Punta Del Soul ....................................................... CD16008
Samba Alegre ........................................................ CD16008
Seaside................................................................. CD16003
Sentimental Journey ............................................... CD16006
Serpentine Fire ...................................................... CD16016
Sheik Of Araby ......................................................... PD6007
Sol To Soul ............................................................ CD16501
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Someone To Watch Over Me..................................... CD16005
Songbird ............................................................... CD16008
St. Thomas............................................................ CD16004
Star Eyes ................................................................ PD6010
Stonewall Blues........................................................ PD6004
Stormy Weather ....................................................... PD6005
Sunny Side Up ....................................................... CD16501
Return Of The Barron ................................................ PD6001
The Lady Is A Tramp ................................................. PD6003
They Can't Take That Away From Me ......................... CD16005
Threnody................................................................. PD6006
Triste .................................................................... CD16004
Tropical Breeze....................................................... CD16008
Tuxedo Junction ..................................................... CD16006
Wave .................................................................... CD16002
We'll Be Together Again ........................................... CD16004
Witchi Tai-to .......................................................... CD16010
Woodchopper's Ball................................................. CD16006
Younger Than Springtime .......................................... PD6003
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Musical Memories
Musical Memories
Begin The Beguine.................................................... PD2201
Bess You Is My Woman ............................................. PD2205
Blue Monday ............................................................ PD2206
Bumble Boogie......................................................... PD2201
Embraceable You ...................................................... PD2205
I Get A Kick ............................................................. PD2203
I Got Rhythm........................................................... PD2204
I've Got You Under My Skin ....................................... PD2203
It Ain't Necessarily So ............................................... PD2204
It's De Lovely........................................................... PD2203
Jilted ...................................................................... PD2205
Lullaby.................................................................... PD2206
Meadow Serenade .................................................... PD2205
Nice Work If You Can Get It ....................................... PD2204
Prelude No. 1........................................................... PD2206
Prelude No. 4........................................................... PD2206
Prelude No. 6........................................................... PD2206
Sleepless Night ........................................................ PD2205
Someone To Watch Over Me....................................... PD2205
Summertime............................................................ PD2205
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Musicals
A Wonderful Guy ...................................................... PD4005
All I Ask Of You ........................................................ PD4004
At The End Of The Day .............................................. PD4004
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man.......................................... PD4005
Climb Every Mountain ............................................... PD4001
Edelweiss ................................................................ PD4003
Hear The People Sing ................................................ PD4004
I Feel Pretty............................................................. PD4002
I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face ............................ PD4002
I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out Of My Hair ........... PD4005
If Ever I Would Leave You .......................................... PD4003
If I Were A Rich Man ................................................. PD4001
Ol' Man River ........................................................... PD4005
Overture - Show Boat ............................................... PD4005
Summertime............................................................ PD4001
Sunrise, Sunset........................................................ PD4003
Try To Remember ..................................................... PD4002
Tomorrow ................................................................ PD4001
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New Age
New Age
Angel Voices .......................................................... CD17001
Day After Day .......................................................... PD7003
Everything Must Change.......................................... CD17001
Fire And Rain ........................................................... PD7002
Girl I Love You ......................................................... PD7003
Greensleeves ........................................................... PD7002
Keys To The Heart .................................................. CD17001
Layla ...................................................................... PD7003
Scarborough Fair ...................................................... PD7002
The Water Is Wide .................................................. CD17001
Tuscany .................................................................. PD7001
Vincent ................................................................... PD7002
While My Guitar ....................................................... PD7001
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Popular
A Summer Place ..................................................... CD12001
After The Love Is Gone............................................ CD12013
Aja ......................................................................... PD2007
Alone Again Naturally.............................................. CD12011
America ................................................................ CD12012
Aubrey.................................................................. CD12011
Axel F. Theme ........................................................ CD12006
Baby Grand ............................................................. PD2006
Back In The Highlife.................................................. PD2003
Back In The Ussr ...................................................... PD2004
Blackbird ................................................................. PD2002
Blue On Blue.......................................................... CD12004
Blue Suede Shoes................................................... CD12004
Bridge Over Troubled Water ..................................... CD12007
Bridge Over Troubled Water ..................................... CD12012
California Dreaming .................................................. PD2005
Clair ..................................................................... CD12011
Classical Gas............................................................ PD2008
Close To You .......................................................... CD12011
Come Sail Away ....................................................... PD2002
Daniel ..................................................................... PD2005
Do You Know The Way To San Jose ........................... CD12011
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue .............................. PD2002
Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight................................. CD12012
Downtown ............................................................. CD12011
Dust In The Wind ..................................................... PD2002
Englishman In New York .......................................... CD12002
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Every Breath You Take ............................................ CD12013
Every Time You Go Away ......................................... CD12009
Fantasy ................................................................. CD12013
Fire & Rain ............................................................ CD12012
Georgy Girl.............................................................. PD2006
Good Vibrations........................................................ PD2008
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road ...................................... CD12009
Heard It Through The Grapevine................................. PD2003
Hold The Line......................................................... CD12013
Homeward Bound ................................................... CD12012
Hotel California ...................................................... CD12012
How Sweet It Is ..................................................... CD12012
How Will I Know ..................................................... CD12006
Ice Castles ............................................................ CD12011
Isn't She Lovely ....................................................... PD2001
Jamaica Farewell ...................................................... PD2006
Johnny B. Goode .................................................... CD12009
Kokomo ................................................................ CD12002
Laughter In The Rain .............................................. CD12011
Listen To The Music................................................. CD12014
Longer .................................................................. CD12011
Love Me Like A Rock ................................................. PD2006
Margaritaville ......................................................... CD12013
Maybe I'm Amazed ................................................... PD2007
Moondance .............................................................. PD2006
My Cherie Amour.................................................... CD12007
My Cherie Amour.................................................... CD12011
Never My Love ....................................................... CD12004
New Kid In Town .................................................... CD12012
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New York State Of Mind............................................. PD2005
Nights In White Satin ................................................ PD2008
Old Time Rock & Roll............................................... CD12007
Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head .......................... CD12007
Rosanna................................................................ CD12013
Roundabout ............................................................. PD2007
Running With The Night........................................... CD12002
Songbird ................................................................. PD2003
Sounds Of Silence .................................................. CD12004
Sweet Love.............................................................. PD2003
Takin' It To The Streets ........................................... CD12014
Tears In Heaven ..................................................... CD12013
Tequila Sunrise....................................................... CD12012
Tequila .................................................................. CD12004
That'll Be The Day .................................................. CD12009
The Summer Knows................................................ CD12011
The Way It Is ........................................................... PD2005
Tijuana Taxi ........................................................... CD12001
Time In A Bottle ..................................................... CD12009
Tin Man................................................................. CD12013
Traces ................................................................... CD12001
Unchained Melody .................................................. CD12004
What A Fool Believes............................................... CD12014
When I'm 64............................................................ PD2006
Where Do I Begin ................................................... CD12011
Wind Beneath My Wings .......................................... CD12006
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away ............................. PD2004
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Ragtime & Stride
Ragtime & Stride
Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do ................................... PD5012
Ain't She Sweet........................................................ PD5010
Ain't Misbehavin' ...................................................... PD5009
Alabama Dream ....................................................... PD5005
Black Beauty............................................................ PD5010
Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar................................. PD5012
Ben Hur Chariot Race................................................ PD5007
Blue Turning Gray Over You ....................................... PD5009
Blues In The Night .................................................... PD5012
Charleston Rag ........................................................ PD5009
Cow Cow Boogie....................................................... PD5012
Cuban Love Song ..................................................... PD5007
Death Ray Boogie ..................................................... PD5007
Deep Elm Blues ........................................................ PD5004
Dude ...................................................................... PD5008
Easy Winners ........................................................... PD5001
Ecuadorian Memories ................................................ PD5009
Elephant ................................................................. PD5007
Entry Of The Gladiators ............................................. PD5007
Glow Worm.............................................................. PD5008
Great Scott Rag ....................................................... PD5002
Honeysuckle Rose..................................................... PD5010
Haitian Blues ........................................................... PD5004
Hello Love ............................................................... PD5009
Honky Tonk Train...................................................... PD5012
Hot Chocolate .......................................................... PD5001
How Long Blues ....................................................... PD5009
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I Ain't Got Nobody .................................................... PD5010
I'm Crazy 'bout My Baby............................................ PD5002
If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight...................... PD5009
Ja-da ...................................................................... PD5010
Judy ....................................................................... PD5010
Jail House Blues ....................................................... PD5004
Joplin's New Rag ...................................................... PD5006
Kansas City ............................................................. PD5012
Kitten On The Keys ................................................... PD5001
Lazy River ............................................................... PD5010
Love Is Just Around The Corner .................................. PD5010
Let Me Call You Sweetheart........................................ PD5008
Lonesome Mama Blues .............................................. PD5004
Maple Leaf Rag ........................................................ PD5006
Mr. Jelly Lord ........................................................... PD5003
Muscle Shoals Blues.................................................. PD5012
Neapolitan Nights ..................................................... PD5007
Oh! Lady Be Good .................................................... PD5010
Pacific Coast Blues .................................................... PD5005
Papa Better Watch Your Step...................................... PD5003
Pennies From Heaven................................................ PD5008
Pianodisc Boogie ...................................................... PD5012
Pinetop's Boogie Woogie ............................................ PD5012
Railroad Blues .......................................................... PD5004
Rialto Ripples ........................................................... PD5005
Rollin' The Boogie ..................................................... PD5012
Rosetta ................................................................... PD5001
Rubies And Pearls ..................................................... PD5003
Something Doing...................................................... PD5006
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Spanish Venus ......................................................... PD5009
St. Louis Blues ......................................................... PD5005
Stars 'n' Stripes ....................................................... PD5008
Stormy Weather ....................................................... PD5008
Take Me Out To The Ball Game ................................... PD5008
The Cascades........................................................... PD5006
The Entertainer ........................................................ PD5006
Tia Juana ................................................................ PD5002
Vicksburg Blues........................................................ PD5012
When I Take My Sugar To Tea..................................... PD5010
Washington Post....................................................... PD5008
Weeping Willow ........................................................ PD5001
What'd I Say? .......................................................... PD5012
Working Man Blues ................................................... PD5009
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Sacred
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God ..................................... PD8002
Abide With Me.......................................................... PD8005
All Creatures Of Our God And King.............................. PD8006
Amazing Grace......................................................... PD8005
And Can It Be .......................................................... PD8003
And Can It Be ........................................................ CD18004
As The Deer........................................................... CD18003
Brethren, We Have Met To Worship ............................. PD8002
Be Glorified ........................................................... CD18004
Blessed Assurance .................................................... PD8008
Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing ............................ PD8002
God Be With You ...................................................... PD8002
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah ................................ PD8006
Give Thanks........................................................... CD18003
God Will Make A Way .............................................. CD18004
Golden Bells Medley ................................................ CD18001
He Leadeth Me ......................................................... PD8006
He Has Made Me Glad ............................................. CD18003
He Hideth My Soul .................................................... PD8004
Hiding In Thee ......................................................... PD8004
Horse And Rider ..................................................... CD18004
I Am His.................................................................. PD8003
I Need Thee Every Hour ............................................ PD8005
I Will Sing Of My Redeemer ....................................... PD8004
If Thou But Suffer God To Guide Thee ......................... PD8002
Immortal, Invisible God Only Wise .............................. PD8007
It Is Well With My Soul .............................................. PD8005
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In The Garden.......................................................... PD8008
Jesus, I Am Resting, Resting ...................................... PD8002
Jesus, The Very Thought Of Thee................................ PD8004
Love That Will Not Let Me Go ..................................... PD8005
Lead Me To The Rock .............................................. CD18004
Leaning On The Everlasting Arms ............................... PD8008
More Precious More Silver........................................ CD18004
Nothing But The Blood .............................................. PD8005
Now Unto Him........................................................ CD18003
O Could I Speak The Matchless Worth ......................... PD8002
O God, Our Help In Ages Past .................................... PD8002
O Sacred Head Now Wounded .................................... PD8004
O, I Want To Know You More .................................... CD18003
Old Rugged Cross ................................................... CD18001
Praise, My Soul ........................................................ PD8006
Rock Of Ages ........................................................... PD8004
Soon We'll Be Done With The Troubles Of The World...... PD8007
Sweet Hour Of Prayer ............................................... PD8008
The Church's One Foundation ..................................... PD8002
There Is A Balm In Gilead.......................................... PD8006
There's A Song In The Air .......................................... PD8007
There's A Wideness In God’s Mercy ............................. PD8005
This Is My Father's World........................................... PD8002
To God Be The Glory ................................................. PD8001
When Morning Gilds The Skies ................................... PD8002
Were You There? ...................................................... PD8001
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Sampler
Big Country ........................................................... CD19903
Birdland ................................................................ CD19903
Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy ................................ CD19901
Have You Met Miss Jones ......................................... CD19903
Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring...................................... CD19901
Limehouse Blues .................................................... CD19902
Love For Sale ......................................................... CD19901
Prelude No. 1 ......................................................... CD19903
Prelude No. 2 ......................................................... CD19903
Prelude No. 3 ......................................................... CD19903
Rosanna................................................................ CD19903
Russian Trepak....................................................... CD19902
Summertime.......................................................... CD19903
Sweet And Lovely ................................................... CD19902
Tournament Galop .................................................. CD19901
Unchained Melody .................................................. CD19902
Whoever's In New England ...................................... CD19903
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Theme
Theme
Affair To Remember .................................................. PD9302
America The Beautiful ............................................... PD9303
Anchors Aweigh ....................................................... PD9303
Auld Lang Syne ........................................................ PD9303
Beer Barrel Polka...................................................... PD9303
Brahm's Lullaby ....................................................... PD9303
Cheers .................................................................. CD19301
Chim-chim-cheree .................................................... PD9301
Country Comedy Medley.......................................... CD19301
Entertainment Tonight............................................. CD19301
Gentle Rain.............................................................. PD9302
God Bless America.................................................... PD9303
Godfather Theme ..................................................... PD9302
Happy Birthday ........................................................ PD9303
Happy Trails............................................................. PD9303
Havah Nagilah.......................................................... PD9303
Hi-lilli Hi-lo .............................................................. PD9302
Hogan's Heroes ...................................................... CD19301
I Found Love............................................................ PD9302
Invitation ................................................................ PD9302
Inspector Gadget.................................................... CD19301
Laura...................................................................... PD9302
Love Story............................................................... PD9302
Let's Go Fly A Kite .................................................... PD9301
Marine Hymn ........................................................... PD9303
My Dad Can't Be Crazy, Can He .................................. PD9302
Mickey Mouse March ................................................. PD9301
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Mission Impossible.................................................. CD19301
Monster Medley ...................................................... CD19301
Once Upon A Time In The West .................................. PD9302
Pink Panther ............................................................ PD9302
Peter Gunn ............................................................ CD19301
Recessional.............................................................. PD9303
Right From The Heart................................................ PD9302
Rockford Files ........................................................ CD19301
Spellbound .............................................................. PD9302
Stella By Starlight .................................................... PD9302
So This Is Love ........................................................ PD9301
Someday My Prince Will Come.................................... PD9301
Spoonful Of Sugar .................................................... PD9301
Taxi ...................................................................... CD19301
The Bare Necessities ................................................. PD9301
The Odd Couple ..................................................... CD19301
Under The Sea ......................................................... PD9301
We're In The Money .................................................. PD9303
When You Wish Upon A Star ...................................... PD9301
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Vintage Selections
Vintage Selections
'til We Meet Again..................................................... PD2306
Berceuse ................................................................. PD2303
Beyond The Blue ...................................................... PD2304
Did You Ever See A Dream Walking ............................. PD2305
Idilio....................................................................... PD2304
Japanese Sandman................................................... PD2304
Just Like A Gypsy ..................................................... PD2306
Love, Here Is My Heart.............................................. PD2306
Say It Isn't So ......................................................... PD2306
Teddy Bear's Picnic ................................................... PD2305
Three O'clock In The Morning ..................................... PD2304
Yoo Hoo .................................................................. PD2304
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World Music
Danny Boy............................................................... PD9101
I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover ........................... PD9101
Inolvidable .............................................................. PD9102
My Wild Irish Rose .................................................... PD9101
Sabor A Mi............................................................... PD9102
Sin Ti...................................................................... PD9102
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra - That's An Irish Lullaby ................ PD9101
Whiskey In A Jar ...................................................... PD9101
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