DP-95 B, DP-95 WH digital piano
DP-95 B, DP-95 WH
digital piano
user manual
Musikhaus Thomann
Treppendorf 30
96138 Burgebrach
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 9546 9223-0
E-mail: info@thomann.de
Internet: www.thomann.de
09.06.2015, ID: 352288, 352389
Table of contents
Table of contents
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General information..............................................................................................................
1.1 Further information........................................................................................................
1.2 Notational conventions.................................................................................................
1.3 Symbols and signal words...........................................................................................
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Safety instructions................................................................................................................. 7
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Features....................................................................................................................................... 9
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Assembly instructions........................................................................................................ 10
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Control panel and connections..................................................................................... 16
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Connectivity options.......................................................................................................... 21
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Switching on / off, basic operation..............................................................................
7.1 Turning the digital piano on and off......................................................................
7.1.1 Normal switching on / off.......................................................................................
7.1.2 Automatic shutdown...............................................................................................
7.2 Setting up the digital piano, Function menu.....................................................
7.2.1 Fine tuning...................................................................................................................
7.2.2 Split point.....................................................................................................................
7.2.3 Beats...............................................................................................................................
7.2.4 Metronome volume..................................................................................................
7.2.5 Pedal function selection.........................................................................................
7.2.6 Reverb volume...........................................................................................................
7.2.7 Chorus volume...........................................................................................................
7.2.8 Selecting a setting for the Harmony mode......................................................
7.2.9 Effects depth in Harmony mode..........................................................................
7.2.10 Midi receive channel (Midi In)............................................................................
7.2.11 MIDI send channel (Midi Out).............................................................................
7.2.12 Automatic shutdown.............................................................................................
7.2.13 Time signature.........................................................................................................
7.3 Adjusting the volume..................................................................................................
7.4 Setting the Brilliance....................................................................................................
7.5 Transposing.....................................................................................................................
7.6 Touch sensitivity............................................................................................................
7.7 DSP effects depth..........................................................................................................
7.8 Factory defaults.............................................................................................................
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Operating.................................................................................................................................
8.1 Demo songs....................................................................................................................
8.2 Practise songs.................................................................................................................
8.3 Metronome.....................................................................................................................
8.4 Piano mode.....................................................................................................................
8.5 Dual mode.......................................................................................................................
8.6 Split mode.......................................................................................................................
8.7 TWINOVA.........................................................................................................................
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8.8 Selecting voices ............................................................................................................
8.9 Harmony mode..............................................................................................................
8.10 Playing with accompaniment................................................................................
8.10.1 Style selection..........................................................................................................
8.10.2 Playing Styles, Chord mode................................................................................
8.10.3 Tempo.........................................................................................................................
8.10.4 Mixer............................................................................................................................
8.11 Auto Accompaniment..............................................................................................
8.12 Accompaniment track volume, muting.............................................................
8.13 Performance Assistant..............................................................................................
8.13.1 GUITAR mode...........................................................................................................
8.13.2 PIANO mode.............................................................................................................
8.13.3 TRADITIONAL CHINESE INSTRUMENTS mode..............................................
8.14 Chord detection..........................................................................................................
8.15 Historic tunings...........................................................................................................
8.16 One Touch Setting.....................................................................................................
8.17 Record, playback, delete..........................................................................................
8.17.1 Song recording........................................................................................................
8.17.2 Playback recordings...............................................................................................
8.17.3 Delete recording.....................................................................................................
8.18 Memory..........................................................................................................................
8.18.1 Memory banks..........................................................................................................
8.18.2 Load / save parameters.........................................................................................
8.18.3 Lock function............................................................................................................
8.19 Song album..................................................................................................................
8.20 Chord dictionary.........................................................................................................
8.21 MIDI functions.............................................................................................................
8.22 USB connection...........................................................................................................
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Troubleshooting................................................................................................................... 51
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Voice list.................................................................................................................................... 52
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Styles list................................................................................................................................... 61
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Practise and demo songs.................................................................................................. 65
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Chord list.................................................................................................................................. 67
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MIDI implementation chart............................................................................................. 69
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Technical specifications.................................................................................................... 72
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Protecting the environment........................................................................................... 73
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General information
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General information
This manual contains important instructions for the safe operation of the unit. Read
and follow the safety instructions and all other instructions. Keep the manual for
future reference. Make sure that it is available to all those using the device. If you sell
the unit please make sure that the buyer also receives this manual.
Our products are subject to a process of continuous development. Thus, they are
subject to change.
1.1 Further information
On our website (www.thomann.de) you will find lots of further information and
details on the following points:
Download
This manual is also available as PDF file for you to download.
Keyword search
Use the search function in the electronic version to find the
topics of interest for you quickly.
Online guides
Our online guides provide detailed information on technical
basics and terms.
For personal consultation please contact our
Personal consultation
technical hotline.
Service
If you have any problems with the device the
customer service will gladly assist you.
1.2 Notational conventions
This manual uses the following notational conventions:
Letterings
The letterings for connectors and controls are marked by square brackets and italics.
Examples: [VOLUME] control, [Mono] button.
Displays
Texts and values displayed on the device are marked by quotation marks and italics.
Examples: ‘24ch’ , ‘OFF’ .
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Instructions
The individual steps of an instruction are numbered consecutively. The result of a
step is indented and highlighted by an arrow.
Example:
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Switch on the device.
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Press [Auto].
ð Automatic operation is started.
3.
Cross-references
Switch off the device.
References to other locations in this manual are identified by an arrow and the speci‐
fied page number. In the electronic version of the manual, you can click the crossreference to jump to the specified location.
Example: See Ä ‘Cross-references’ on page 6.
1.3 Symbols and signal words
In this section you will find an overview of the meaning of symbols and signal words
that are used in this manual.
Signal word
Meaning
DANGER!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates
an immediate dangerous situation that will result in
death or serious injury if it is not avoided.
CAUTION!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates
a possible dangerous situation that can result in minor
injury if it is not avoided.
NOTICE!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates
a possible dangerous situation that can result in mate‐
rial and environmental damage if it is not avoided.
Warning signs
Type of danger
Warning – high-voltage.
Warning – danger zone.
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Safety instructions
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Safety instructions
Intended use
This device is intended to be used for electronic sound generation using a piano key‐
board. Use the device only as described in this user manual. Any other use or use
under other operating conditions is considered to be improper and may result in per‐
sonal injury or property damage. No liability will be assumed for damages resulting
from improper use.
This device may be used only by persons with sufficient physical, sensorial, and intel‐
lectual abilities and having corresponding knowledge and experience. Other persons
may use this device only if they are supervised or instructed by a person who is
responsible for their safety.
Safety
DANGER!
Danger for children
Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are disposed of properly and
are not within reach of babies and young children. Choking hazard!
Ensure that children do not detach any small parts (e.g. knobs or the
like) from the unit. They could swallow the pieces and choke!
Never let children unattended use electrical devices.
DANGER!
Electric shock caused by short-circuit
Do not modify the mains cable or the plug. Failure to do so could result
in electric shock/death or fire. If in doubt, seek advice from a registered
electrician.
DANGER!
Electric shock caused by high voltages inside
Within the device there are areas where high voltages may be present.
Never remove any covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
CAUTION!
Possible hearing damage
With loudspeakers or headphones connected, the device can produce
volume levels that may cause temporary or permanent hearing impair‐
ment.
Do not operate the device permanently at a high volume level.
Decrease the volume level immediately if you experience ringing in
your ears or hearing impairment.
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CAUTION!
Risk of injury due to heavy weight
Due to the heavy weight of the device, at least two persons are required
for transport and installation.
NOTICE!
Operating conditions
This device has been designed for indoor use only. To prevent damage,
never expose the device to any liquid or moisture. Avoid direct sunlight,
heavy dirt, and strong vibrations.
NOTICE!
Power supply
Before connecting the device, ensure that the input voltage (AC outlet)
matches the voltage rating of the device and that the AC outlet is pro‐
tected by a residual current circuit breaker. Failure to do so could result
in damage to the device and possibly injure the user.
Unplug the device before electrical storms occur and when it is unused
for long periods of time to reduce the risk of electric shock or fire.
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Features
The digital piano is characterized by the following features:
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88 weighted keys with hammer action, touch velocity in 3 steps.
Multi function LCD.
User-friendly controls and indicators.
500 voices.
200 preprogrammed styles.
60 preprogrammed practise songs.
Three memory locations for user songs.
Song album with 120 songs.
Two demo songs.
Sequencer function.
Single and multi-finger chord detection.
Recording function.
Eight memory banks, each with four memory locations.
Mixer function.
Connections: USB, 2 × headphones, AUX, MIDI, pedal box.
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Assembly instructions
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Assembly instructions
You need a Phillips screwdriver (not supplied) for the assembly of the digital piano.
Open the package and please make sure before assembling that the entire scope of
delivery is present, as posted here.
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Digital piano housing with music stand
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Left side panel
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Right side panel
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Pedal box
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Back panel
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2 × screws M6 × 18
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2 × hand screws
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4 × screws M6 × 40
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8 × screws M4 × 15
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4 × plastic caps
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Pedal cable
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Power cord
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Mechanical assembly
1.
Assemble the piano near a wall power outlet.
2.
Proceed according to the illustrations and exclusively use the supplied screws.
Using other screws could damage the piano housing or result in a reduced sta‐
bility of the piano.
3.
Put the pedal box between the left and right side panel and use two screws
M6 ´ 40 on each side to affix both side panels to the pedal box.
4.
Attach the back panel with eight screws M4 ´ 15 to the pedal box and to the
rear sides of the side panels.
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5.
Place the digital piano case on the frame and secure it with two screws M6 ´ 18
and the two thumbscrews.
6.
Fasten the cables to the stand. Insert the DIN plug of the pedal cable into the
provided socket on the bottom side of the digital piano. Move the digital piano
to its designated location.
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Mains connection
1.
Make sure that the device is turned off before you connect it to the power
supply or disconnect it.
2.
Turn the volume control to minimum.
3.
Plug the power cord into a 230 V AC outlet.
4.
Now you can turn on the device.
If the piano is not in use or when a thunderstorm with danger of lightning
threatens, disconnect the device from its mains power for safety.
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Assembly overview
Top view
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Operating panel
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Main switch
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Music stand
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Claviature
Rear panel
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Connection for pedal cable
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Power cord
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AUX input, AUX output
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MIDI input, MIDI output
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USB port
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Pedals
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Soft pedal
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Sostenuto pedal
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Sustain pedal
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1 [VOLUME]
Rotary volume control.
2 [BRILLIANCE]
Rotary brilliance control.
3 [STYLES]
Single button function: direct Style selection.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button in ‘MIXER’ mode:
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Setting the accompaniment track volume.
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Setting the rhythm section volume.
n [BASS]
Setting the bass section volume.
n [CHORD]
Setting the chord section volume.
n [LOWER]
Setting the dual voice volume.
n [UPPER]
Setting the first voice volume.
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4 [TEMPO +] | [TEMPO –] | [FUNCTION]
Single button function: Increasing / decreasing playback tempo.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Opening function menu
5 [SHIFT]
Enables the second function of doubly assigned function buttons.
6 [L]
Left hand voice selection button in lesson mode.
7 [R] | [DICT]
Single button function: Right hand voice selection button in lesson mode.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Opening chord dictionary.
8 [LESSON]
Button to call the lesson mode.
9 [CHORD MODE]
Button to call the chord mode.
10 [D]
Button to insert a fill bar (Fill-in D).
11 [C]
Button to insert a fill bar (Fill-in C).
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Buttons for operating mode SONG
START / STOP
SYNC / START
INTRO / ENDING
FILL A
FILL B
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START / STOP
PAUSE
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Single button function: Calling Style mode.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Calling Demo mode.
15 [VOICE] | [PERFORM]
Single button function: Calling Voice mode.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Calling Performance-Assistant mode
16 Jog dial for selecting functions, parameters and values.
17 [YES/+].
Increases the displayed value by one.
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18 [VOICES]
Single button function: direct Voice selection.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button:
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Calling Piano mode.
n [METRONOME]
Turning the metronome on and off.
n [DUAL]
Enabling / disabling right hand voice (R2).
n [LOWER]
Enabling / disabling left hand voice (L).
n [TOUCH]
Enabling default setting.
n [DSP]
Turning digital effects on and off.
n [TRANSPOSE –/+]
Transposing the entire claviature up or down.
19 [SCALE]
Enables / disables the selection of historic tunings.
20 [OCTAVE]
Button for octaving the keyboard in TWINOVA mode.
21 [TWINOVA]
Enables / disables the TWINOVA mode.
22 [FREEZE] | [HARMONY]
Single button function: Calling Freeze mode.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Calling Harmony mode.
23 [O.T.S.] | [MELODY 5]
Single button function: Enabling One Button Operation.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Record enabling melody track 5.
24 [M1] … [M4] | [MELODY 1] … [MELODY 4]
Single button function: Calling user settings M1 … M4.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Record enabling melody tracks 1 … 4.
25 [STORE] | [ACCOMP]
Single button function: Saving current values as user setting.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Record enabling accompaniment track.
26 [BANK] | [RECORD]
Single button function: Selecting memory bank.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Enabling Recording mode.
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27 [NO/–].
Decreases the displayed value by one.
28 [SONG] | [ALBUM]
Single button function: Calling Song mode.
Button function with pressed [SHIFT] button: Calling Album mode.
Rear panel connections
29 [AUX IN]
Input socket for connecting an external audio device (e.g. MP3 or CD player).
30 [AUX OUT]
Output socket for connecting the digital piano to an amplifier, stereo system, mixer or recording device.
31 [MIDI IN]
MIDI in for connecting an external MIDI device.
32 [MIDI OUT]
MIDI out for connecting an external MIDI device.
33 [USB]
USB interface to connect a computer.
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Display
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Accompaniment track / Melody track 1 … 5
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Operating mode TWINOVA, PERFORM, PER‐
FORM.H, ALBUM, SCALE
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Operating mode VOICE, STYLE, DEMO, SONG,
ALBUM
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Operating mode DSP, DUAL, LOWER, HAR‐
MONY, TOUCH
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Chord detection, Full Range, Accompaniment track
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Lesson mode, left / right hand active
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Chord
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Record
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Bar
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Note in treble clef
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Beat
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USB connection
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Tempo
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Note in bass clef
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Memory bank, memory location
Piano keys
The keyboard keys are referred to in this manual as shown below.
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Headphones
To the left beneath the keyboard you find the headphones outlets 1 and 2.
Connecting headphones (not supplied) to outlet 2 mutes the speakers.
Using outlet 1 maintains the sound output through the speakers.
Pedals
1.
Connect the foot pedal to the provided connector on the bottom of the pedal
box.
2.
Pedal functions:
Soft pedal
Using the Soft pedal makes the piano sound smoother and the overall
volume is attenuated.
Sostenuto pedal
When stepping on the Sostenuto pedal, the currently played notes linger
until you release the pedal.
Sustain pedal
With the sustain pedal all played notes sound longer. This effect simulates
the lifting of the damper in an analogue keyboard instrument.
Computer
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The USB port provides data exchange with a computer.
MIDI port
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MIDI stands for ‘Musical Instrument Digital Interface’ and represents a global
standard for the communication of numerous electronic instruments and sound
modules.
– MIDI IN: The device receives MIDI data from other devices through this port.
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MIDI OUT: MIDI data generated by the digital piano is sent to other MIDI
devices through this port.
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External audio devices
Via the socket [AUX OUT] you can connect the digital piano to an amplifier, stereo
device, mixing console or recording device. Plug one end of the audio cable into the
[AUX OUT] socket on the rear panel of the digital piano, and the other end into the
input of the respective audio device.
NOTICE!
To prevent damage to the speakers, turn the volume down to ‘Min‐
imum’ before you connect other devices to the digital piano.
MP3 / CD player
Via the socket [AUX IN] you can connect a, for example, CD or MP3 player to the dig‐
ital piano. So you can playback music through the internal speakers of the digital
piano and simultaneously play along to it. Plug one end of the audio cable into the
[AUX IN] socket on the rear panel of the digital piano, and the other end into the
output of the respective audio device.
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Switching on / off, basic operation
7.1 Turning the digital piano on and off
7.1.1 Normal switching on / off
Press the power button on the right of the claviature to turn the device on and off.
If the display does not light up after switching on the digital piano, check
the power supply.
If you hear nothing coming from the speakers, the volume may be set to
‘minimum’.
7.1.2 Automatic shutdown
If the digital piano is not in use, it shuts off after 30 minutes automatically. For
adjusting or disabling the automatic shutdown, please proceed as described here
Ä Chapter 7.2.12 ‘Automatic shutdown’ on page 29.
To turn the device on again after an automatic shutdown, press the on / off switch to
the right of the claviature.
7.2 Setting up the digital piano, Function menu
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [FUNCTION + | –] to call the Functions
menu. Select the desired sub menu using the buttons [FUNCTION + | –]. You can then
change the following parameters using the jog dial or the buttons [YES / +] and
[NO / –:] ändern:
Option
LCD
Control range
Default value
Fine tuning
Tune
–50 … 50
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Split point
KeySplit
1 … 88
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Beats
BeatType
0, 2 … 9
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Metronome
volume
MetroVol
0 … 127
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Pedal function
Pedal
Sust, St/T, Mem
Sust
Reverb volume
ReverbVol
0 … 127
Depending on the
selected voice
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Option
LCD
Control range
Default value
Chorus volume
ChorusVol
0 … 127
Depending on the
selected voice
Selection Harmony xxxx
setting
Duet, Standard
Duet
Trio, Full Chord,
Rock Duet, Country
Duet, Country Trio,
Block, 4 Close 1, 4
Close 2, 4 Open,
1+5, Octave,
Strum, Echo,
Tremolo, Trill
Effects depth Har‐
mony setting
HarmonySpeed
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MIDI receive
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Midi In
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MIDI send channel
Midi Out
1 … 16
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Automatic shutoff
Power off
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Time signature
Perform Beat
4–4, 3–4, 2–4, 6–8
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If you don't press any key within five seconds after entering the function
menu, the menu is automatically closed.
7.2.1 Fine tuning
With this function you can fine tune the entire claviature in cent steps.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘Tune’ menu. The current setting appears on
the display.
2.
Adjust the tuning using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial in a
range of –50 to +50 cents. Each time a key is pressed, the value changes by 1
cent.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –], to reset the tuning to the default
value.
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7.2.2 Split point
Using this function you can select a point to split the whole claviature into two areas.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘KeySplit’ menu. The current setting appears
on the display.
2.
Set the desired split point using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial.
The keys to the right of this point are the right hand area, the keys of the other
sides are the left hand area (chord area).
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the split point to the default
value (F#3 / 034).
7.2.3 Beats
With this function you can set the beats in a range from 0 to 9.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘BeatType’ menu. The current setting appears
on the display.
2.
Adjust the beat using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the beat to the default value
(004).
7.2.4 Metronome volume
With this function you can set the metronome volume in a range from 0 to 127.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘MetroVol’ menu. The current setting appears
on the display.
2.
Adjust the volume using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the volume to the default
value (090).
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7.2.5 Pedal function selection
With this function you can assign the pedal function.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘Pedal’ menu. The current setting appears on
the display.
2.
Use the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial to select the desired pedal
function: ‘Sust’ (Sustain pedal), ‘St/T’ (enabling / disabling accompaniment
track), ‘Mem’ (controlling storage function).
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the pedal function to the
default value (Sust).
7.2.6 Reverb volume
With this function you can set the Reverb effects volume in a range from 0 to 127.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘ReverbVol’ menu. The current setting
appears on the display.
2.
Adjust the effects volume using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the effects volume to the
default value (depending on the selected voice).
7.2.7 Chorus volume
With this function you can set the Chorus effects volume in a range from 0 to 127.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘ChorusVol’ menu. The current setting
appears on the display.
2.
Adjust the effects volume using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the effects volume to the
default value (depending on the selected voice).
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7.2.8 Selecting a setting for the Harmony mode
With this function you can determine a setting for the Harmony mode.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to Harmony type menu. The description of the
current setting, e.g. ‘Duet’ , appears on the display.
2.
Use the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial to select the desired setting:
3.
Number
Display
001
‘Duet’
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‘Standard Trio’
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‘Full Chord’
004
‘Rock Duet’
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‘Country Duet’
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‘Country Trio’
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‘Block’
008
‘4 Close 1’
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‘4 Close 2’
010
‘4 Open’
011
‘1+5’
012
‘Octave’
013
‘Strum’
014
‘Echo’
015
‘Tremolo’
016
‘Trill’
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to load the default setting (Duet).
For the harmony settings Echo, Tremolo and Trill and you can also set the effects
depth as described in the following section.
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7.2.9 Effects depth in Harmony mode
With this function you can determine the effects depth for the Harmony settings
Echo, Tremolo and Trill.
7.2.10
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘HarmonySpeed’ menu. The current setting
appears on the display.
2.
Adjust the Effects depth using the buttons [YES/+] or [NO / –] or the jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES/+] and [NO / –] to reset the effects depth to the
default value (001).
Midi receive channel (Midi In)
With this function you can determine on which channel the digital piano receives
MIDI information from other devices.
7.2.11
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘Midi In’ menu. The current setting appears
on the display.
2.
Set the desired MIDI receive channel using the buttons [YES/+] or [NO / –] or
the jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES/+] and [NO / –] to reset the channel selection to the
default value (ALL).
MIDI send channel (Midi Out)
With this function you can determine on which channel the digital piano sends MIDI
information to other devices.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘Midi Out’ menu. The current setting appears
on the display.
2.
Set the desired MIDI send channel using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the
jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the channel selection to the
default value (001).
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7.2.12
Automatic shutdown
With this function you can specify whether and after what time the automatic shut‐
down of the digital piano is carried out.
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘Power Off’ menu. The current setting
appears on the display.
2.
Use [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial to select one of the following options:
n
n
n
3.
7.2.13
‘030’ (automatic shutdown after 30 minutes)
‘060’ (automatic shutdown after 60 minutes)
‘OFF’ (automatic shutdown off).
Simultaneously press [YES / +] or [NO / –] to enable the default setting (auto‐
matic shutdown after 30 minutes).
Time signature
Use this function to determine a Time signature (4–4, 3–4, 2–4 or 6–8).
1.
Use [FUNCTION + | –] to switch to ‘Perform Beat’ menu. The current setting
appears on the display.
2.
Adjust the Time signature using the buttons [YES / +] or [NO / –] or the jog dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to reset the Time signature to the
default value (4–4).
7.3 Adjusting the volume
Use the rotary control [VOLUME] to set a comfortable volume for playing and prac‐
tising. Turn this control clockwise to increase the volume. Turn it counter-clockwise
to reduce the volume.
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7.4 Setting the Brilliance
Use the rotary control [BRILLIANCE] to adjust the Brilliance of the digital piano. The
sound of the entire keyboard range gets softer and darker when you turn the knob to
the left, and brighter and more brilliant when you turn the knob to the right.
7.5 Transposing
With this function you can adjust the pitch of the claviature in 12 semitone steps up
or down.
1.
Keep the button [SHIFT] pressed and adjust the pitch of the claviature using
the buttons [TRANSPOSE +/–] .
2.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to restore the default setting (no
transposing).
7.6 Touch sensitivity
With this function you can adjust the touch response of the keyboard at four levels.
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [TOUCH] to open the menu for
adjusting the touch sensitivity.
2.
Adjust the Touch sensitivity using the buttons [YES / +] and [NO / –] or the jog
dial.
3.
Simultaneously press [YES / +] and [NO / –] to restore the default setting (002).
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Parameter
Description
‘OFF’
Touch sensitivity is off. This can be very recommendable when
playing the organ voice.
‘001’
Soft
In this setting, the volume is higher than usual even when playing
with a soft touch.
‘002’
Normal
This setting corresponds to the usual touch response of a key‐
board.
‘003’
Hard
In this setting, the volume is lower than usual even when playing
with a hard touch.
7.7 DSP effects depth
This function lets you change the intensity of the Reverb and Chorus effects.
1.
This function is enabled by default when the digital piano is turned on. The
DSP indicator lights up on the display.
2.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [DSP] to turn the function off and
back on again.
7.8 Factory defaults
Proceed as follows to restore the factory default settings:
1.
Turn off the digital piano.
2.
When turning back on, keep the buttons [YES / +] and [NO / –] pressed.
ð All user songs and settings are reset or deleted without further confirma‐
tion prompt. The display shows ‘Wait …!’ .
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8.1 Demo songs
The digital piano offers a total of two demo songs.
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [DEMO] to enter the DEMO
mode. The first demo song is displayed and the both demo songs will be
played in a endless loop.
2.
During playback, you can use the buttons [+/YES] and [–/NO] or the jog dial to
change between both demo songs.
3.
Press the button [START / STOP] to stop playback.
4.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [DEMO] to exit the DEMO mode.
In DEMO mode, only the buttons [SHIFT], [DEMO], [START / STOP], [+/YES]
and [–/NO], [VOLUME] and [BRILLIANCE] as well as the jog dial are avail‐
able. All other buttons are disabled.
8.2 Practise songs
The digital piano offers 60 practise songs, where you can mute the right hand voice
and play this part yourself.
1.
Playing and stopping practise songs
Press the button [SONG] to switch to Practise song playback mode. ‘SONG’
appears on the display and all practise songs are being played in an endless
loop.
Press the button [START / STOP] again to stop the currently playing practise
song. This will not quit the mode for rehearsal song playback ‘SONG’ .
2.
Single loop
If you again press the button [START / STOP] again the current song will be
repeated in an endless loop until you press the button [START / STOP] again.
3.
Selecting a practise song
Use the jog dial or the buttons [+/YES] or [–/NO] to select the desired practise
song. If you select a new practise song, the display shows first the title in run‐
ning text, then the abbreviation.
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4.
Playback control
Pre-count
One bar will be pre-counted before playback begins. The bar display starts with
a negative value. The practise song starts with bar 1.
Fast-forward, rewind, pause
Keep the
pressed during playback to fast-forward the practise song. Use
the
button to rewind bar by bar. Press the button to pause playback.
Repeat function
While the practise song is being played, you can set two loop marks with the
button. Press the button at the desired start point of the loop and again at the
end point.
5.
Lesson mode
To exit practise song playback press any direct select or function button.
When practising, it is especially important to play the right notes at the right time . In
this mode you can check your progress. Press the button [LESSON] in SONG mode to
enable the lesson mode. There are three training stages. With the buttons [R] and [L]
you can specify the hand you want to practise. If you don't select a hand, the right
hand will automatically be selected.
Lesson 1 - playing in time
Press the button [LESSON] to call the lesson mode. ‘LESSON 1’ appears on the display.
In this mode, it is only rated whether you play the notes at the right time, but not
whether you hit the right notes.
1.
Press the button [START / STOP] to start practising.
2.
If you have selected ‘R’ the right hand voice is muted and you have to play the
right hand yourself. As long as you are in time, you will hear the right hand
voice. If you have selected ‘L’ the left hand voice is muted and you have to play
the left hand yourself. As long as you are in time, you will hear the left hand
voice. Are both ‘L’ and ‘R’ selected the voices for both hands are muted. You
then have to play in time with both hands.
3.
After completing the exercise, you will learn the result.
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Lesson 2 - hitting the right notes
Press the button [LESSON] to call the lesson mode 2. ‘LESSON 2’ appears on the dis‐
play. In this mode, it is only rated whether you hit the right notes, but not whether
you play them at the right time. The rehearsal song continues only when you play
the right note.
1.
Press the button [START / STOP] to start practising.
2.
After completing the exercise, you will learn the result.
Lesson 3 - hitting the right notes at
the right time.
Press again the button [LESSON] to call the lesson mode 3. ‘LESSON 3’ appears on the
display. In this mode, it is rated whether you play the right notes at the right time.
The rehearsal song continues only when both is correct.
1.
Press the button [START / STOP] to start practising.
2.
After completing the exercise, you will learn the result.
8.3 Metronome
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [METRONOME] to turn the metronome
on or off. You can select the beat in the functions menu.
If the Style mode is disabled, the beat set in the function menu is applied after
turning on the metronome. If the Style mode is enabled, the beat of the current style
is applied.
The metronome can be activated along with the style. If the style plays first, the met‐
ronome will be enabled with the next bar. On the other hand, the metronome
responds instantly to the first beat of the style.
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8.4 Piano mode
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [PIANO] to enable the normal piano
playing mode. The entire keyboard sounds with the piano voice.
8.5 Dual mode
In Dual mode, you can play two voices simultaneously.
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [DUAL] to enable the DUAL
mode. The indicators ‘VOICE R2’ and ‘DUAL’ then light simultaneously on the
display. The number and the name of the voice R2 appear on the display.
2.
Selecting another dual voice is carried out via direct select buttons, buttons
[+/YES] and [–/NO] or the jog dial.
3.
Press the button [DUAL] again to exit Dual mode. ‘VOICE R2’ is being disabled
and you only hear the voice set for ‘VOICE R1’ . The indicators ‘VOICE R2’ and
‘DUAL’ turn off.
When the keyboard is split, the Dual mode affects only the keys to the right
of the claviature split point. In the area to the left of the split point, chords
are supposed to be played.
8.6 Split mode
With this function, you can assign different voices to certain keyboard areas.
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [LOWER] to enable the SPLIT
mode. The indicators ‘VOICE L’ and ‘LOWER’ then light simultaneously on the
display. The number and the name of the left hand voice appear on the dis‐
play.
2.
Press the buttons [+/YES] or [–/NO] or turn the jog dial to select a desired voice
for the left hand.
3.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [LOWER] to exit Split mode. The
indicators ‘VOICE L’ and ‘LOWER’ turn off.
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The right hand voice is not affected by the selection for the left hand voice.
8.7 TWINOVA
In TWINOVA mode, the keyboard is divided into two areas with the same voice and
the same pitch.
1.
Voice selection
First, select the desired voice (see Ä Chapter 8.8 ‘Selecting voices ’ on page 36).
2.
Enabling TWINOVA
Press the button [TWINOVA] to switch to TWINOVA mode. The LED ‘TWINOVA’
lights.
3.
Split point setting
See Ä Chapter 7.2.2 ‘Split point’ on page 25.
4.
Octave area setting
Press the button [OCTAVE]. The display shows the current setting. Adjust the
octave range using the buttons [+/YES] or [–/NO] or the jog dial.
8.8 Selecting voices
The digital piano offers 500 voices in total.
1.
Press the button [VOICE] or one of the direct select buttons in the [VOICES] area
to enable the VOICE mode. ‘VOICE R1’ then lights on the display. The number
and the name of the currently assigned right hand voice appear on the display.
2.
To select other voices press one of the direct select buttons, the buttons
[+/YES] or [–/NO] or rotate the jog dial.
If you enable the VOICE mode using the [VOICE] button ‘R1’ (right hand
voice) appears on the display. Repeatedly press the [VOICE] button to suc‐
cessively enable the modes ‘R2’ (second right hand voice in Dual mode), ‘L’
(left hand voice) and again ‘R1’ (right hand voice).
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8.9 Harmony mode
In harmony mode, appropriate harmonic frequencies are automatically added to the
notes played.
1.
Enabling Harmony mode
Simultaneously press [SHIFT] and [HARMONY] to switch to Harmony mode. The
display shows the standard value ‘Off’ .
2.
Preset selection
See Ä Chapter 7.2.8 ‘Selecting a setting for the Harmony mode’ on page 27
8.10
Playing with accompaniment
The digital piano offers a total of 200 Styles. By default, Style ‘001’ is set.
8.10.1
8.10.2
Style selection
1.
Press the button [STYLE] or one of the direct select buttons in the [STYLES] area
to enable the STYLE mode. ‘STYLE’ then lights on the display. The number and
the name of the current Style appear on the display.
2.
To select other Styles press one of the direct select buttons, the buttons [+/YES]
or [–/NO] or rotate the jog dial.
Playing Styles, Chord mode
1.
Instant start
Press the button [START / STOP] to start the Style.
2.
Chord mode
Press the button [CHORD MODE] once to enable the Single Finger mode. The
LED ‘A.B.C.’ lights. The area to the left of the split point is now regarded as the
chord area. If you play a chord with one finger, bass and chord sound simulta‐
neously.
Press the button [CHORD MODE] twice to enable the FULL RANGE mode. The
‘FULL RANGE’ LED lights. The chord area now covers the entire claviature.
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3.
SYNC START
Press the button [SYNC START] to enable the Sync Start mode. When you now
press one of the piano keys in the chord area, Style accompaniment starts syn‐
chronously. Accompaniment is being automatically adjusted on chord
changes.
8.10.3
Tempo
All preprogrammed Styles contain certain Tempo information. These presets can be
adjusted at any time.
1.
Press the buttons [TEMPO+]/[TEMPO–] or rotate the jog dial to adjust the
tempo of a style.
2.
Press the buttons [TEMPO+]/[TEMPO–] simultaneously to reset the tempo to
the preset default value.
–
–
8.10.4
When Style is not activated, the tempo is automatically changed along
with the style to the default value.
When Style is activated, the tempo is not changed by the style you
select.
Mixer
This menu is used to adjust the volume of the various style elements.
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [RHYTHM] to open the Mixer
menu. The display shows the option ‘Rhythm’ and the current volume of the
element.
2.
Adjust the volume using the buttons [ +/YES] or [–/NO] or the jog dial in a
range of 0 … 127.
3.
Repeatedly press the buttons [SHIFT] and [RHYTHM] to successively call the
options ‘Bass’ , ‘Chord’ , ‘Lower’ and ‘Upper’ . The display shows the currently
active option and the volume of the element.
4.
Adjust the volume respectively using the buttons [ +/YES] or [–/NO] or the jog
dial in a range of 0 … 127.
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8.11
Auto Accompaniment
The accompaniment function is controlled via four parameters: INTRO, MAIN (A, B, C,
D), FILL (A, B, C, D) and ENDING.
1.
INTRO
Press the button [INTRO / ENDING] before you start to play to insert an intro.
Depending on the selected Style the rhythm starts with two to four bars, fol‐
lowed by the main part.
2.
MAIN (A, B, C, D)
The main part consists of an accompaniment pattern with different sections
and is repeated until you enter a new song section (FILL or ENDING). The indi‐
vidual sections of the main part are selected via the buttons [A], [B], [C] and [D.]
angewählt.
3.
FILL (A, B, C, D)
Via the buttons [A], [B], [C] and [D] you can insert four different fill bars.
4.
ENDING
If you press the button [INTRO / ENDING] while Auto Accompaniment is acti‐
vated, an ending part matched to the accompaniment is inserted and the per‐
formance ends.
8.12
8.13
Accompaniment track volume, muting
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [ACCOMP]. The display shows the
current volume setting of the accompaniment track.
2.
Adjust the accompaniment track volume using the buttons [YES / +] and
[NO / –] or the jog dial in a range of 0 … 127.
3.
If you press the buttons [YES / +] and [NO / –] simultaneously the accompani‐
ment track is being muted.
4.
Press the buttons [YES / +] and [NO / –] simultaneously again to unmute the
accompaniment track.
Performance Assistant
The ‘Performance Assistant’ is a playing aid, which allows you to simulate different
instruments on the claviature.
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1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [PERFORM] to enable the playing
aid.
GUITAR mode is enabled by default. Use the buttons [YES / +] and [NO / –] or
the jog dial to select a voice.
8.13.1
2.
Adjust the Tempo using the buttons [TEMPO +] and [Tempo –] to adapt the
values).
3.
Adjust the time signature as described under Ä Chapter 7.2.13 ‘Time signature’
on page 29.
GUITAR mode
In this mode, you can simulate a guitar sound on the claviature. The table shows the
various play areas.
Chord area A
This area includes the keys A0 to B3 of the claviature.
The chord type appears in the display. The root of the guitar chord sounds.
Area B1
This area includes the white keys C4 to B4 of the claviature.
Once the chord type is displayed, you can play several figures of broken chords with
the white keys in this area. While playing, you also have the possibility to vary the
chord played in the chord area.
Area B2
This area includes the white keys C5 to A6 of the claviature.
Once the chord type is displayed, you can play a solo track with the white keys in this
area. While playing, you also have the possibility to vary the chord played in the
chord area.
Rhythm area C
This area includes the white keys C6 to G6 of the claviature.
Once the chord type is displayed, you can play a rhythm track with the white keys in
this area. While playing, you also have the possibility to vary the chord played in the
chord area.
Shift D
Key C7. Press this button to shift upwards.
With keys A6 or B6, you have the opportunity to complete a phrase with a suitable
ending.
While playing, you can generate various reverb effects with the black keys in the
areas B1 and B2.
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8.13.2
PIANO mode
After enabling the playing aid, use the [YES / +] or [NO / –] buttons or the jog dial to
switch to the PIANO mode.
In this mode, the entire claviature sounds with the piano voice. The table shows the
various play areas.
Play basic chords in area A and an accompanying melody in areas B and C an.
Keys A6, B6 and C7 give you the opportunity to complete a phrase with a suitable
ending.
8.13.3
TRADITIONAL CHINESE INSTRUMENTS mode
After enabling the playing aid, use the [YES / +] or [NO / –] buttons or the jog dial to
switch to the TRADITIONAL CHINESE INSTRUMENTS mode.
In this mode, you can simulate five different traditional Chinese instruments: ‘Gu
Zheng’ , ‘Pi Pa’ , ‘San Xian’ , ‘Yang Qin’ and ‘Zhong Ruan’ . The table shows the various
play areas.
Play basic chords in area A and an accompanying melody in areas B and C an.
Gu Zheng
8.14
Use C7 to switch to Fast-Arpeggio mode. The 21 keys from C4 to B6 then simulate the
strings of the Gu Zheng with the following tuning: C, D, E, G, A, c1, d1, e1, g1, a1, c2,
d2, e2, g2, a2, c3, d3, e3, g3, a3, c4. Press key C7 again to exit the mode.
Chord detection
By default, the ‘Auto Bass Chord’ is disabled. Press the button [CHORD MODE] to
enable this ‘A.B.C.’ function. The area to the left of the split point is already known as
the chord area. When you now play a chord, both bass and chord voices will sound
together.
As the A.B.C. chord detection is based on the root note of the chord, some
chords that could be played according to the chord dictionary can not be
detected by A.B.C., such as B6, Bb6, Bb6(9), B6(9), Baug, Bbaug, Bbm6, Bm6,
Adim7, Bbdim7, Bdim.
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Two ways to detect a chord: Single
and multi-finger mode.
If the chord is played on base of the illustration for multi-finger chords below, it will
be detected as a 'multi-fingered' chord. If not, it will be detected as a 'single-finger'
chord.
n Single-finger chords
With this method, you can play chords with only one, two or three fingers within
the capabilities of the auto accompaniment. Here we show you some examples
of single finger chords (C, Cm, C7 and Cm7).
When the A.B.C. function is activated, press the keys to the left of the split
point. The chords are detected as single-finger chords.
n Multi-finger chords
With this method, you can play chords with normal fingering within the capabili‐
ties of the auto accompaniment. Here we show you 32 chords using the example
of C chords.
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n Chord basics
A chord consists of three or more notes played together. The most commonly
used chord is the triad consisting of three notes: Root, third and fifth of the corre‐
sponding scale. The C major chord for example is formed from the notes C (root),
E (the third note of the C major scale), and G (the fifth note of the C major scale).
In the C major chord shown, the lowest note is the root (this is the basic form of
the chord - if you play other notes of the chord as the lowest note, this is called
‘chord inversion’). The root is the central sound of the chord on which the other
chord notes are built upon. The interval between adjacent notes and the root
determines whether the result is a major or minor third.
n Chord structure
The lower interval in our triad (between root and third) determines whether the
result is a major or minor triad. In addition, we can shift the highest note by a half
step up or down to produce two additional chords.
The basic characteristic of the triad remains even if we change the order of the
notes to create different inversions. Consecutive chords can be softly connected
in a chord progression, e.g. by choosing suitable chord inversions (also called
‘voicings’).
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n Chord names
Chord names will tell you everything you need to know about a chord. Through
the chord name, you know the root, whether it is a major, minor, or diminished
chord, whether a large or flatted seventh is needed and what changes or ten‐
sions are used - all at a glance.
n Some chord types
8.15
Historic tunings
With this function, you can experiment with different historical tunings when playing
certain musical genres that have not been composed based on equal temperament.
1.
Press the button [SCALE] to switch to Historic Tunings mode. ‘SCALE’ lights.
2.
Keep the button [SCALE] pressed to open the selection of historic tunings.
Once the ‘SCALE’ display flashes, you can use the buttons [YES / +] and [NO / ‑]
to select one of the following settings: Pythagoras, pure major, pure minor,
middle tone, Werckmeister or Kirnberger.
3.
Use piano buttons C7 … B7 to select the root of the selected tuning.
4.
Press again [SCALE] to exit the Historic Tunings mode.
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8.16
One Touch Setting
One Touch Setting (O.T.S. or one-key operation) is a convenient function that allows
you to immediately reconfigure all settings with just one single key press. This is
about rhythm-based compilations of instrument voices. With this function, four
parameter types (M1 to M4) can be loaded.
1.
Press the button [O.T.S.] to start this mode. Press one of the buttons [M1] to
[M4,] then the device loads the corresponding parameter types that match the
current Style. The ABC mode is automatically turned on at that.
2.
Press one of the buttons [M1] to [M4] that provides your desired settings.
3.
Press the button [O.T.S.] to exit O.T.S. mode.
4.
The default parameters stored in O.T.S. are:
n
n
n
n
n
8.17
Voice R1, R2, L on / off
Change voice R1, R2, L
Volume R1, R2, L
Chorus level voice R1, R2, L
Reverb level voice R1, R2, L
Record, playback, delete
The digital piano lets you record three user songs that can contain six tracks each
(one accompaniment track and five melody tracks).
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8.17.1
Song recording
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [RECORD] to select a song. The
display shows ‘RecSong1’ and the current memory location.
2.
Use the buttons [+/YES] or [–/NO] or the jog wheel to select a free memory
location for the recording.
3.
Record stand-by
Press again the buttons [SHIFT] and [RECORD] to enable the Recording mode.
‘REC’ lights up in the display. At the same time a free track for recording is
automatically selected and the corresponding track display ([MELODY 1] to
[MELODY 5] or [ACCOMP]) flashes. The tracks are selected in order [MELODY 1]
to [MELODY 5], [ACCOMP] . If no free track is available, [MELODY 1] is selected.
Press one of the buttons [MELODY 1] to [MELODY 5] or [ACCOMP] to select the
track you want to record to.
4.
Start recording
Press the button [START / STOP] on the record enabled digital piano to start
recording.
When you start recording, you may overwrite data on the selected
track.
5.
Selecting tracks
As you select tracks the buttons can have three different states: They flash, are
lit or off.
n A flashing button indicates that the track has been selected for recording.
n A lit button indicates that this track already contains data. These data will
be played during recording to another track.
n If a button is not lit there is no data on this track or there is data that is not
going to be played during recording.
Press one of the buttons [MELODY 1] to [MELODY 5] or [ACCOMP] to select the
desired track. The corresponding track is then enabled with the condition
described above.
–
–
6.
You can only record one melody track at a time. However, you
can record the accompaniment track along with one of the
melody tracks.
A style can only be recorded if it is activated by the [ACCOMP]
button.
Stopping recording
Press again the buttons [SHIFT] and [RECORD] to stop recording. If you're
recording an accompaniment track press the button [INTRO / ENDING] to stop
recording after the ending part. When the memory is full the recording stops
automatically. In this case, ‘Rec_Full’ appears on the display.
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8.17.2
Playback recordings
1.
After recording, simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [RECORD]. The
digital piano changes to Song mode, the last recording is automatically played
as a loop.
2.
Press the button [SONG] to play all songs in an endless loop, or use the buttons
[+/YES] and [–/NO] to select a certain song for playback.
3.
Press the button [PLAY / STOP] to stop playback.
If no recording is present and you press the [PLAY / STOP] button, ‘NoFile!’
briefly appears on the display.
8.17.3
Delete recording
1.
Deleting individual sections of the current recording.
Keep the buttons [SHIFT] and [RECORD] simultaneously pressed for two sec‐
onds. Simultaneously press [SHIFT] and [ACCOMP] or [MELODY 1 … 5] to delete
the accompaniment track or one of the melody tracks of the recording. The
indicator of the selected track lights on the display. The confirmation prompt
‘Delete?’ appears on the display. Confirm with [+/YES].
2.
Deleting a single recording
Use the buttons [+/YES] or [–/NO] in Song mode to select the recording you
want to delete. Confirm the confirmation prompt with [+/YES]. With [–/NO] you
cancel the deleting.
3.
Deleting all recordings
Turn off the digital piano. Simultaneously press the buttons [RECORD] and
[SONG] and switch the digital piano back on again. All user recordings are
going to be deleted without a prompt.
8.18
Memory
You can store 32 control panel configurations in the memory of the digital piano and
recall the data any time, if required.
8.18.1
Memory banks
A total of eight memory banks are available, each with four memory locations (M1 to
M4).
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Operating
8.18.2
1.
Press the button [BANK]. ‘Mem Bank’ appears on the display.
2.
Use the jog dial or the buttons [+/YES] or [–/NO] to select the desired memory
bank.
1.
Keep the button [STORE] pressed and simultaneously press one of the buttons
[M1] to [M4]. The current settings are then stored in the respective memory
location (M1 to M4). Please note that any data previously stored there will be
deleted.
2.
Press one of the buttons [M1] to [M4]. The saved settings are then loaded from
the corresponding memory and replace the current settings thereby.
Load / save parameters
In O.T.S. mode, no settings can be loaded from the device memory.
8.18.3
Lock function
With the locking function, you can prevent the digital piano's current settings for
rhythm and tempo from being overwritten with saved settings.
8.19
1.
Press the button [FREEZE] to enable the locking function. ‘FREEZE’ lights up on
the display.
2.
Press the button [FREEZE] to disable the locking function. The ‘FREEZE’ display
turns off.
Song album
The digital piano offers a song album with a total of 120 stored songs. When you call
a song from the album all relevant supporting parameters are loaded automatically.
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Operating
8.20
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [FUNCTION +/–] to open the song
album.
2.
Use the buttons [+/YES] or [–/NO] to select the desired song.
3.
To close the song album press one of the direct select buttons [VOICE] or
[STYLE].
Chord dictionary
The Chord dictionary is basically a built-in ‘Chord book’ assisting you to find the right
tones of a chord if you e.g. know only the chord name, but not how to play it.
1.
DICT 1 (chord learning mode)
Simultaneously press the buttons [SHIFT] and [DICT.] to call the ‘DICT.1’ mode.
In this mode, the keys from C4 on are used to assign the chord type, and the
keys from C6 to assign the root note. If you have pressed the keys for chord
type and root note, the display shows the chord name and the individual notes
in the notation system.
For example, If you want to play a Cm7 chord, press the C6 key (root note C in
the Cm7 chord). You will hear no sound, but the root note is displayed.
Press the A4 key (chord type for minor-seventh chord, ‘m7’). You will hear no
sound, but the chord name and the notes you should play for the specified
chord appear in the display.
2.
DICT 2 (chord testing mode)
Simultaneously press again the buttons [SHIFT] and [DICT.] to call the ‘DICT.2’
mode. The display shows a randomly generated chord name, but not its indi‐
vidual notes in the notation system. If you play the right chord within three
seconds, the next randomly generated chord name appears. If this does not
happen, the individual notes of the chord in the notation system appear auto‐
matically in the display.
In the chord dictionary, the 12 root notes and 24 chord types are presented as fol‐
lows:
Key names
Root note
Key names
Root note
C6
C
F#6
F#/Gb
C#6
C#/Db
G6
G
D6
D
Ab6
G#/Ab
Eb6
D#/Eb6
A6
A
E6
E
Bb6
A#/Bb
F6
F
B6
B
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Operating
8.21
Key names
Chord type
Key names
Chord type
C4
M
C5
7b9
C#4
M(9)
C#5
7(9)
D4
6
D5
7(#9)
Eb4
mM7
Eb5
7b13
E4
M7
E5
7(13)
F4
m
F5
7(#11)
F#4
m(9)
F#5
dim7
G4
m6
G5
dim
Ab4
m7(9)
Ab5
7aug
A4
m7
A5
aug
Bb4
m7b5
Bb5
7sus4
B4
7
B5
sus4
MIDI functions
MIDI stands for ‘Musical Instrument Digital Interface’ and represents the standard
interface between a computer and electronic instruments.
You can exchange MIDI data with other MIDI devices via the MIDI and USB interfaces
of the digital piano.
8.22
USB connection
Connect the USB port on the rear panel of the digital piano to the USB port on your
computer using a standard USB cable (not included).
Turn the digital piano on and open the PCSUITE on your PC. After a successful con‐
nection, the display shows ‘PCLink..’ .
Now you can copy up to three MIDI files as user songs to the digital piano, and back
up all your styles and recordings to the storage of the PC (for further information,
refer to the instruction manual of the software).
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Troubleshooting
9
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
You hear a 'pop' sound from the speakers when switching the
digital piano on and off.
This is normal. No need to worry.
No sound can be heard when playing the piano.
Make sure that the volume control is set appropriately.
Check if headphones are plugged into the headphone output
2. Connecting headphones will mute the speakers of the dig‐
ital piano.
Malfunction occurs when using a mobile phone.
Using a mobile phone near the digital piano can cause inter‐
ference. To prevent this, turn off the mobile phone or use it
only at a safe distance.
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Voice list
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No.
Voice list
Name
LCD
Piano
No.
Name
LCD
030
Velocity Crossfade Electric Piano
VeCrosEP
001
Stereo Grand Piano
StGrdPno
031
Layered Electric Piano 1
LayerEp1
002
Acoustic Grand Piano (wide) 1
GrandPnW
032
Layered Electric Piano 2
LayerEp2
003
Acoustic Grand Piano (dark)
GrandPnD
033
Nylon Electric Piano
NylonEP
004
Octave Piano 1
OctPno1
034
Warm Electric Piano
WarmEp
005
Octave Piano 2
OctPno2
035
Grand Harpsichord
GraHarps
006
Piano & Strings
Pno&Str
036
Harpsichord 1
Harpsi
007
Piano & Choir
Pno&Cho
037
Harpsichord 2
Harpsi2
008
Acoustic Grand Piano
GrandPno
038
Harpsichord (wide)
HarpsiW
009
Stereo Bright Piano
StBrtPno
039
Harpsichord (octave mix) 1
HarpsiO
010
Bright Acoustic Piano
BritePno
040
Harpsichord Release
HarpsiR
011
Bright Acoustic Piano (wide) 1
BritePnW
041
Harpsichord (with key off)
HarpsiOf
012
Chorus Piano
ChoruPno
042
Clavi 1
Clavi
013
Electric Grand Piano
E.Grand
043
Clavi 2
Clavi2
014
Electric Grand Piano (wide)
E.GrandW
044
Clavi (wide) 1
ClaviW1
015
Stereo Honk-Tonk
StHonkTo
045
Clavi (wide) 2
ClaviW2
016
Honky-tonk Piano
HnkyTonk
046
Clavi Wah
ClaviWa
017
Honky-tonk Piano (wide) 1
HnyTonkW
047
Pulse Clavi
PluseClv
018
Stereo Hard Electric Piano
StHarEp
Chromatic Percussion
019
Detuned Electric Piano 1
DetunEP1
048
Celesta 1
Celesta
020
Detuned Electric Piano 2
DetunEP2
049
Celesta 2
Celesta2
021
Electric Piano 1
E.Piano1
050
Birght Celeasta
BirCelea
022
Electric Piano 2
E.Piano2
051
Celesta & Sine
Celes&Si
023
Electric Piano (wide) 1
EPnoW1
052
Reecho Bell
RechBell
024
Electric Piano (wide) 2
EPnoW2
053
Celesta & Music Box
Celes&MB
025
EP legend
EPLegend
054
Glockenspiel 1
Glocken
026
EP Phase
EPPhase
055
Glockenspiel 2
Glocken2
027
60's Electric Piano
60'sEP
056
Music Box 1
MusicBox
028
Electric Piano 1 (velocity mix)
E.PnoV1
057
Music Box 2
MusicBo2
029
Electric Piano 2 (velocity mix)
E.PnoV2
058
Music Box 3
MusicBo3
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No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
059
Toy Box
ToyBox
088
Percussive Organ 1
PercOrgn
060
Music Box & Harp
Mbx&Harp
089
Percussive Organ 2
PercOrg2
061
Stereo Vibrapho
StVibes
090
Light Click Organ
LClickOr
062
Rigid Vibraphone
RigiVibe
091
Detuned Percussive Organ
DePerOrg
063
Vibraphone 1
Vibra
092
Stereo Rotary Organ
StRotaOr
064
Vibraphone 2
Vibra2
093
Rock Organ
RockOrgn
065
Vibraphone (wide) 1
VibraW
094
Rotary Organ
RotaOrgn
066
Vibraphone (wide) 2
VibraW2
095
Slow Rotary Organ
SloRotOr
067
Vibraphone & Bell
Bell&Vib
096
Detuned Church Organ
DeChuOrg
068
Marimba 1
Marimba
097
Church Organ 1
ChurOrgn
069
Marimba 2
Marimba2
098
Church Organ 2
ChurOrg2
070
Marimba (wide)
MarimbaW
099
Church Organ (octave mix)
ChurOrgO
071
Stereo Marimba
StMarim
100
Reed Organ
ReedOrgn
072
Marimba & Vibraphone
Mar&Vib
101
Puff Organ
PuffOrgn
073
Xylophone 1
Xylophon
102
Accordion 1
Acordion
074
Xylophone 2
Xylopho2
103
Accordion 2
Acordin2
075
Tubular Bells
TubulBel
104
Accordion 3
Acordin3
076
Church Bell
ChurBell
105
Mustte
Mustte
077
Carillon
Carillon
106
Accord It Solo
AccordSo
078
Dulcimer
Dulcimer
107
Sweet Harmonica
SwetHarm
079
Santur
Santur
108
Harmonica 1
Harmnica
109
Harmonica 2
Harmnic2
Organ
080
Drawbar Organ 1
DrawOrgn
110
Tango Accordion
TangoAcd
081
Drawbar Organ 2
DrawOrg2
111
Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 1
NylonGtr
082
Soft Stereo Drawbar Organ
SfDrawOr
112
Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 2
NylonGt2
083
Mellow Drawbar Organ
MellDrOr
113
Acoustic Guitar (nylon + key off)
NylGtrOf
084
Detuned Drawbar Organ 1
DeDraOrg
114
Ukulele
Ukulele
085
Detuned Drawbar Organ 2
DeDraOr2
115
Velocity Nylon Guitar
NylnGtVe
086
Italian 60's Organ
60'sOrgn
116
Chorus Nylon Guitar
ChoNyGt
087
1970 Percussive Organ
1970PcOr
117
Bright Nylon Guitar
BrNyGt
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No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
118
Acoustic Guitar (steel) 1
SteelGtr
148
Stereo Muted Guitar
StMuGt
119
Acoustic Guitar (steel) 2
SteelGt2
149
Guitar Pinch
GtPinch
120
Steel Guitar with Body Sound
SteelBdy
150
Overdriven Guitar
Ovrdrive
121
Tremolo Steel Guitar
TremGt
151
Distortion Guitar 1
DistGtr
122
Mandolin
Mandolin
152
Distortion Guitar 2
DistGt2
123
12-Strings Guitar
12StrGtr
153
Distortion Guitar (with feedback) 1
FeedbkGt
124
Chorus Steel Guitar
ChoSteGt
154
Distorted Rhythm Guitar
DistRyth
125
Nylon & Steel Guitar
Ny&SteGt
155
5th Distortion
5thDist
126
Stereo Steel Guitar
StSteGt
156
Stereo Distorted Guitar
StDistor
127
Steel Guitar Bend
GtBend
157
Guitar Feedback
GtrFedbk
128
Steel Guitar Harmonics
GtHarm
158
Guitar Harmonics
GtrHarmo
129
Velocity Steel Guita 1
VelSte1
Bass
130
Velocity Steel Guita 2
VelSte2
159
Acoustic Bass 1
AcoBass
131
Velocity Steel Guita 3
VelSte3
160
Acoustic Bass 2
AcoBass2
132
Electric Guitar (jazz) 1
JazzGtr
161
Jazz Style
JazzSty
133
Electric Guitar (jazz) 2
JazzGt2
162
A.Bass & Mute G.T.
Bs&GtMu
134
Electric Guitar (pedal steel)
PedalGtr
163
Resonant Bass
ResBass
135
Mellow Guitar
MelloGt
164
Wah Bass 1
WahBass1
136
Velocity Jazz Guitar
JazzGtVe
165
Electric Bass (finger) 1
FngrBass
137
Jazz Guitar Detuned
JazzGtDt
166
Electric Bass (finger) 2
FngrBas2
138
Mid Tone Guitar
MidTonGt
167
Electric Bass (finger) 3
FngrBas3
139
Electric Guitar (clean) 1
CleanGtr
168
Finger Slap Bass
FngrSlap
140
Electric Guitar (clean) 2
CleanGt2
169
Wah Finger Bass
WahFnBs
141
Stereo Clean Guitar
StCleGtr
170
Electric Bass (pick) 1
PickBass
142
Velocity Clean Guitar
CleGtVel
171
Electric Bass (pick) 2
PickBas2
143
Electric Guitar (detuned clean)
DetClnGt
172
Mute Pick Bass
MuPkBass
144
Electric Guitar (muted velo-sw)
MutVelGt
173
Fretless Bass 1
Fretless
145
Electric Guitar (muted)
MutedGtr
174
Fretless Bass 2
Fretlss2
146
Electric Guitar (funky cutting)
FunkGt
175
Slap Bass 1
SlapBas1
147
Jazz Man
JazzMan
176
Slap Bass 2
SlapBas2
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Voice list
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
177
Slap Bass 3
SlapBas3
206
Pizzicato Strings 1
PizzStr
178
Slap Bass 4
SlapBas4
207
Pizzicato Strings 2
PizzStr2
179
Synth Bass 1
SynBass1
208
Octave Pizzicato
OctoPizz
180
Synth Bass 2
SynBass2
209
Orchestral Harp 1
Harp
181
Synth Bass 3 (resonance)
ResoBass
210
Orchestral Harp 2
Harp2
182
Synth Bass 4 (attack)
AtackBas
211
Yang Chin
YangChin
183
Synth Bass (warm)
WarmBass
212
Timpani 1
Timpani
184
Clavi Bass
ClavBass
213
Timpani 2
Timpani2
185
Hammer
Hammer
Ensemble
186
Synth Bass (rubber)
RubbBass
214
The Strings
TheStr
187
Attack Pulse
AtackPls
215
String Ensembles 1
Strings1
216
String Ensembles 2
Strings2
Strings & Orchestral Instruments
188
The Violin
TheVin
217
Synth Strings 1
SynStrs1
189
Violin 1
Violin
218
Synth Strings 2
SynStrs2
190
Violin 2
Violin2
219
Synth Strings 3 Synth Strings
SynStrs3
191
Violin (slow attack)
SlViolin
220
Synth Strings 4
SynStrs4
192
Soft Violin
SoftVin
221
Synth Strings 5
SynStrs5
193
Viola 1
Viola
222
Resonant Strings
ResonSt
194
Viola 2
Viola2
223
Stereo Slow Strings
SSlowStr
195
Viola 3
Viola3
224
Slow Strings
SlowStr
196
Cello 1
Cello
225
Strings and Brass
Str&Bras
197
Cello 2
Cello2
226
Legato Strings
LegatStr
198
Celloen 16'
Celloen
227
Orchestra
Orchstr
199
Chamber Music
Chamber
228
Arco Strings
ArcoStr
200
Contrabass 1
Contrabs
229
60's Strings
60'sStr
201
Contrabass 2
Contrbs2
230
1970 Strings
70’Str
202
Tremolo Strings 1
TremStr
231
Solo Strings
SoloStr
203
Tremolo Strings 2
TremStr2
232
Choir Aahs 1
ChoirAah
204
Slow Tremolo Strings 1
SlwTrSt1
233
Choir Aahs 2
ChoirAh2
205
Slow Tremolo Strings 2
SlwTrSt2
234
Choir Aahs 3
ChoirAh3
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No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
235
Stereo Choir Aahs
StChoir
264
Stereo French Horn
StFrHorn
236
Strings & Choir
StrChoir
265
Horn Orchestra
5thHornO
237
Humming
Humming
266
Brass Section 1
Brass
238
Voice Oohs
VoiceOoh
267
Brass Section 2 (octave mix)
Brass2
239
Analog Voice
AnaVoice
268
Brass Section 3
Brass3
240
Synth Voice
SynVoice
269
Brass Section 4
Brass4
241
Bass Hit Plus
BassHit
270
Brass Section 5
Brass5
242
Orchestra Hit 1
OrchHit
271
Brass Swell
BrasSwel
243
Orchestra Hit 2
OrchHi2
272
Brass Band
BrasBand
244
Euro Hit
EuroHit
273
Bright Brass Section
BrBraSec
245
6th Hit
6thHit
274
Mute Brass Ensemble
MuteEns
275
Sforzato Brass
SfrzBras
Brass
246
Trumpet 1
Trumpet
276
Brass & Strings
Bras&Str
247
Trumpet 2
Trumpet2
277
Synth Brass 1
SynBras1
248
Trumpet 3
Trumpet3
278
Synth Brass 2
SynBras2
249
Dark Trumpet Soft
DarkTrp
279
Synth Brass 3
SynBras3
250
Sweet Trumpet
SweetTp
280
Synth Brass 4
SynBras4
251
Wah Trumpet
WahTp
281
Analog Synth Brass 1
AnaBras1
252
Trombone 1
Trombone
282
Analog Synth Brass 2
AnaBras2
253
Trombone 2
Trmbone2
283
Jump Brass
JumpBras
254
Bright Trombone
BritBone
284
Octave Synth Brass
SynBraOc
255
Strings & Trombone
Str&Trb
285
Synth Brass & Strings 1
SyBr&St1
256
Tuba 1
Tuba
286
Synth Brass & Strings 2
SyBr&St2
257
Tuba 2
Tuba2
287
Echo Brass
EchoBr
258
Soft Tuba
SoftTuba
Reed
259
Muted Trumpet 1
MuteTrp1
288
Soprano Sax 1
SprnoSax
260
Muted Trumpet 2
MuteTrp2
289
Soprano Sax 2
SprnSax2
261
French Horn 1
FrHorn
290
Soprano Sax Soft
SopSaxSf
262
French Horn 2 (warm)
FrHorn2
291
Slow Soprano Sax
SlSopSax
263
French Horn 3
FrHorn3
292
Sweet Soprano Sax
SweSpSax
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Voice list
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
293
Alto Sax
AltoSax
321
Square
Square
294
Soft Alto Sax
SoftAlto
322
Lead 1b (sine)
SineLead
295
Super Alto Sax
SuprAlto
323
Square Lead 1
SquarLd1
296
Tenor Sax 1
TenorSax
324
Lead 1a (square 2)
SquarLd2
297
Tenor Sax 2
TenoSax2
325
Lead 2a (sawtooth 2)
SawLead2
298
Baritone Sax
BariSax
326
Lead 2d (sequenced analog)
SquAnaLd
299
Sweet Oboe
SwetOboe
327
Lead 2 (sawtooth)
SawLead1
300
Oboe 1
Oboe
328
Lead 2b (saw + pulse)
SawPlsLd
301
Oboe 2
Oboe2
329
Lead 2c (double sawtooth)
DubSawLd
302
English Horn 1
EngHorn
330
Lead 3 (calliope)
CaliopLd
303
English Horn 2
EngHorn2
331
Lead 4 (chiff)
ChiffLd
304
Woodwinds
Woodwind
332
Lead 5 (charang)
CharanLd
305
Bassoon 1
Bassoon
333
Lead 5a (wire lead)
WireLead
306
Bassoon 2
Basson2
334
Lead 6 (voice)
VoiceLd
307
Clarinet 1
Clarinet
335
Lead 7 (fifths)
FifthsLd
308
Clarinet 2
Clarine2
336
Lead 8 (bass + lead)
BassLead
337
Lead 8a (soft wrl)
SftWrlLd
Pipe
309
Piccolo
Piccolo
Synth Pad
310
Flute
Flute
338
Pad 1 (new age)
NewAgePd
311
Sweet Flute
SweeFlut
339
Slow Square
SlowSqu
312
Recorder
Recorder
340
New Year Pad
NewYrPd
313
Sweet Pan Flute
SwPanFu
341
Pad 2 (warm)
WarmPad
314
Pan Flute
PanFlute
342
PWM Pad
PWMPad
315
Blown Bottle
Bottle
343
Pad 2a (sine pad)
SinePad
316
Shakuhachi
Shakhchi
344
Horn Pad
HornPad
317
Whistle 1
Whistle
345
Pad 3 (polysynth) 1
PolySyPd
318
Whistle 2
Whistle2
346
Click Pad
ClickPd
319
Ocarina
Ocarina
347
Analog Pad
AnaloPad
348
Poly Pad
PolyPad
349
Pad 4 (choir)
ChoirPad
Synth Lead
320
Lead 1 (square)
SquareLd
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No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
350
Pad 4a (itopia)
ItopiaPd
378
Shamisen
Shamisen
351
Pad 5 (bowed) 1
BowedPad
379
Koto
Koto
352
Pad 6 (metallic) 1
MetalPad
380
Taisho Koto
TaishoKt
353
Pan Pad
PanPad
381
Kalimba
Kalimba
354
Pad 7 (halo) 1
HaloPad
382
Bag Pipe
Bagpipe
355
Pad 7 (halo) 2
HaloPad2
383
Fiddle
Fiddle
356
Pad 8 (sweep) 1
SweepPad
384
Shanai
Shanai
357
Pad 8 (sweep) 2
SweePad2
Percussive
358
Dipolar Pad
DipolPad
385
Tinkle Bell
TnklBell
359
Rising
Rising
386
Agogo
Agogo
360
Congregate
Congrega
387
Steel Drums
SteelDrm
388
Woodblock
WoodBlok
Synth SFX
361
FX 1 (rain)
FXRain
389
Castanets
Castanet
362
FX 2 (soundtrack)
Soundtrk
390
Taiko Drum
TaikoDum
363
Progenitor
Progenit
391
Concert Bass Drum
ConBasDm
364
FX 3a (synth mallet)
SynMalet
392
Melodic Tom 1
MelodTom
365
FX 3 (crystal)
Crystal
393
Melodic Tom 2 (power)
MeldTom2
366
FX 4 (atmosphere)
Atmosphr
394
Synth Drum
SynDrum
367
Warm Air
WarmAir
395
Rhythm Box Tom
RhythBox
368
FX 5 (brightness)
Bright
396
Electric Drum
ElecDrum
369
FX 6 (goblins)
Goblins
397
Reverse Cymbal
RevCymbl
370
Choir Bell
ChoirBel
SFX
371
FX 7 (echoes) 1
Echoes
398
Guitar Fret Noise
FretNoiz
372
FX 7a (echo bell) 1
EchoBell
399
Guitar Cutting Noise
GtCtNoiz
373
FX 7b (echo pan)
EchoPan
400
Acoustic Bass String Slap
BsStSlap
374
FX 8 (sci-fi)
Sci-Fi
401
Breath Noise
BrthNoiz
402
Flute Key Click
FlKeyClk
Ethnic Misc.
375
Sitar 1
Sitar
403
Seashore
Seashore
376
Sitar 2 (bend)
Sitar2
404
Rain
Rain
377
Banjo
Banjo
405
Thunder
Thunder
digital piano
58
Voice list
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
406
Wind
Wind
436
Gunshot
Gunshot
407
Stream
Stream
437
Machine Gun
MachnGun
408
Bubble
Bubble
438
Lasergun
Lasergun
409
Bird Tweet 1
Tweet
439
Explosion
Explosio
410
Dog
Dog
440
Stereo Piano & Strings Pad
StPn&Str
411
Horse Gallop
HouseGlp
441
Stereo Piano & Choir
StPn&Cho
412
Bird Tweet 2
Tweet2
442
Stereo Piano & Synth Strings
StPn&Syn
413
Sheep
Sheep
443
Stereo Piano & Warm Pad
StPn&Pad
414
Telephone Ring 1
Telphone
444
Stereo Piano & Soft Ep
StPn&Ep
415
Telephone Ring 2
Telphon2
445
FM Electric Piano
FMEp
416
Door Creaking
DoorCrek
446
Digital Piano
DigiPn
417
Door
Door
447
E.Piano & Strings
EP&Str
418
Scratch
Scratch
448
E.Piano & Ac Guitar
EP&Gt
419
Wind Chime
WindChim
449
E.Piano & Vibraphone
Ep&Vib
420
Helicopter
Helicptr
450
E.Piano 2 & Pad
Ep&Pad
421
Car Engine
CarEngin
451
E.Piano 2 & Strings
Ep2&Str
422
Car Stop
CarStop
452
Harpsichord & Stereo Strings
Harps&Str
423
Car Pass
CarPass
453
Music Box & Stereo Strings
Mxb&Str
424
Car Crash
CarCrash
454
Vibraphone & Stereo Strings
Vib&Str
425
Siren
Siren
455
Vibraphone Octave
VibOct
426
Train
Train
456
Vibraphone & Marimba & Kalimba
VibMK
427
Jetplane
Jetplane
457
Marimba & Kalimba
Mar&Kal
428
Starship
Starship
458
Marimba Delay
MarDel
429
Burst Noise
BurtNois
459
Xylophone Octave
XylopOct
430
Applause
Applause
460
Organ & Stereo Strings
Org&Str
431
Laughing
Laughing
461
Stereo Organ & Piano
StOr&Pno
432
Screaming
Scream
462
Rock Organ & Strings
RoOr&Str
433
Punch
Punch
463
Church Organ & Choir
ChuOr&Ch
434
Heart Beat
HeartBet
464
Church Organ & Strings
ChuOr&St
435
Footsteps
Footstep
465
Acoustic Guitar & Flute
Gt&Fl
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Voice list
No.
Name
LCD
No.
466
Acoustic Guitar & Clav
Gt&Cl
Arabic Instruments
467
24 String Guitar
24Gt
486
Kanoun
Kanoun
468
Steel Guitar & Warm Pad
StGt&Pad
487
Aoud
Aoud
469
Stereo Strings & Horn
StStr&Hn
488
Bouzouk
Bouzouk
470
Orchestra
Orchest
489
Nay
Nay
471
Full Strings 1
FullStr1
490
Mizmar
Mizmar
472
Full Strings 2
FullStr2
Drum Set
473
Symphonic
Symphon
491
Standard Set
StandSet
474
Stereo Choir & Strings
StCh&Str
492
Room Set
RoomSet
475
Stereo Choir & Steel Guitar
Ch&Gt
493
Power Set
PowerSet
476
3 Trumpet Loose
3Trump
494
Electronic Set
ElectSet
477
Trombone & Stereo Strings
Tb&StStr
495
Analog Set
AnalgSet
478
3 Trombones Loose
3Tromb
496
Jazz Set
JazzSet
479
3 Muted Trumpets Loose
3MuTrumb
497
Brush Set
BrushSet
480
Club Brass
ClubBras
498
Orchestra Set
OrcheSet
481
Brass & Woodwinds
Br&Wood
499
SFX Set
SFXSet
482
Woodwinds & Strings
Wind&Str
500
Arabic Set
ArabiSet
483
Section Woods Small
WoodSma
484
Pan Flute & Strings Pad
PanFu&St
485
Koto & Shamisen
Koto&Sh
digital piano
60
Name
LCD
Styles list
11
No.
Styles list
Name
LCD
8 BEAT
No.
Name
LCD
029
16Beat Modern
16BModr
001
8Beat Piano
8BtPiano
030
16Beat 3
16Beat3
002
8Beat 1
8Beat1
031
Cool Beat
CoolBeat
003
8Beat Shuffle
8BtShufl
032
16Beat Ballad 2
16BtBld2
004
Guitar Pop 1
GtPop1
033
16Beat 4
16Beat4
005
8Beat Hip Hop
8BtHiHop
034
Pop Shuffle
PopShufl
006
8Beat R&B
8BeatR&B
POP
007
8Beat Pop
8BtPop
035
Pop Rock 1
PopRock1
008
Pop Funk 1
PopFunk1
036
Pop Dance 1
PopDanc1
009
Rhythm & Beat 1
Rhy&Bt1
037
Pop Fusion
PopFusn
010
8Beat Disco 1
8BtDisc1
038
Analog Night 1
AnalgNt1
011
8Beat Rock
8BtRock
039
6/8 Pop
6/8Pop
012
8Beat 2
8Beat2
040
Brit. Pop 1
BritPop1
013
Sweet Beat
SweetBt
041
Brit. Pop 2
BritPop2
014
8Beat Dance
8BtDance
042
Pop Hit
PopHit
015
8Beat Disco 2
8BtDisc2
043
Fusion Shuffle
FusShufl
016
8Beat 3
8Beat3
044
Analog Night 2
AnalgNt2
017
60's 8Beat
60's8Bt
045
Pop Beat
PopBeat
046
Soft Beat
SoftBeat
16 BEAT
018
16Beat 1
16Beat1
047
60's Pop
60'sPop
019
16Beat Funk 1
16BtFuk1
048
Sting Latin
StigLatn
020
16Beat Ballad 1
16BtBld1
BALLAD
021
16Beat R&B
16BtR&B
049
R&B Ballad 1
R&BBad1
022
Pop 16Beat 1
Pop16Bt1
050
Guitar Ballad
GtBallad
023
16Beat Funk 2
16BtFuk2
051
Ballad Rcok
BalladRk
024
16Beat Dance
16BDanc
052
Piano Pop
PianoPop
025
16Beat 2
16Beat2
053
Soft Ballad
SoftBald
026
Pop 16Beat 3
Pop16Bt3
054
Natural Ballad
NatuBld
027
Modern 16Beat
Modrn16B
055
Love Ballad
LoveBld
028
16Beat Hot
16BtHot
056
Easy Ballad
EasyBld
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Styles list
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
057
Slow Ballad
SlowBald
085
Cha Cha 2
ChaCha2
058
Folk Ballad
FolkBld
086
Beguine 1
Beguine1
059
Pop Ballad 1
PopBld1
087
Beguine 2
Beguine2
060
Pop Ballad 2
PopBld2
088
Rumba 1
Rumba1
061
EP Ballad
EPBallad
089
Samba 1
Samba1
090
Samba 2
Samba2
ROCK
062
Rock
Rock
091
Jive
Jive
063
New Wave
NewWave
092
Fox Trot
FoxTrot
064
Ska
Ska
DANCE
065
Pop Rock 2
PopRock2
093
Techno 1
Techno1
066
Slow Rock
SlowRock
094
Hip Hop 1
HipHop1
067
70's Rock & Roll
70'sRock
095
Dream Dance
DrmDance
068
Folk Rock
FolkRock
096
House
House
069
Soft Rock
SoftRock
097
Pop Dance 2
PopDanc2
070
Easy Rock
EasyRock
098
Down Beat
DownBeat
071
New Shuffle
NewShufl
099
Progressive
Progress
072
Rock Hip Hop
RkHipHop
100
Rap 1
Rap1
073
Rock&Roll 1
R'N'R1
101
Disco
Disco
074
Rock & Roll 2
R'N'R2
102
Soft Disco
SoftDisc
103
Disco Party
DscParty
ROCK
075
Tango 1
Tango1
104
70's Disco
70'sDisc
076
Spain Matador
Matador
105
Club Dance
ClubDanc
077
Twist 1
Twist1
106
Euro Dance
EuroDanc
078
Big Band Fox
BandFox
107
Hip Hop 2
HipHop2
079
Tango 2
Tango2
SOUL & FUNK
080
Slow Fox
SlowFox
108
Funk 1
Funk1
081
Slow Waltz 1
SlowWlz1
109
Classic Funk
ClasFunk
082
Swing Fox
SwingFox
110
Gospel Swing
GopSwing
083
Salsa 1
Salsa1
111
Gospel
Gospel
084
Cha Cha 1
ChaCha1
112
Funk 2
Funk2
digital piano
62
Styles list
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
113
Electric Funk
ElecFunk
141
Bluegrass 1
Bluegrs1
114
Groove Funk
GrooveFk
142
Country 8Beat
Ct8Beat
115
Cool Funky
ColFunky
143
Modern Country
ModernCt
116
Jazz Funk
JazzFunk
144
Country Pop 2
CntyPop2
117
Groove
Groove
145
Bluegrass 2
Bluegrs2
118
Soul
Soul
146
2/4 Country
2/4Cntry
119
Hip Hop Beat
HipHopBt
147
Country Quick Steps
QuickStp
120
R&B
R&B
148
Country Folk
CntyFolk
121
Soul Beat
SoulBeat
149
Country Shuffle
CnyShufl
122
R&B Ballad 2
R&BBld2
LATIN & LATIN DANCE
SWING & JAZZ
150
Bossa Nova
BosaNov
123
Latin Jazz 1
LatinJz1
151
Latin
Latin
124
Big Band
BigBand
152
New Reggae
NewRegga
125
Dixieland 1
Dixland1
153
Dance Reggae
DanRegga
126
Broadway Big Band
BwayBand
154
Pasodoble
Pasodobl
127
Swing
Swing
155
Lite Bossa
LteBossa
128
Latin Jazz 2
LatinJz2
156
Latin Rock
LatinRck
129
Fusion
Fusion
157
Disco Samba
DscSamba
130
Acid Jazz
AcidJazz
158
Mambo
Mambo
131
Cool Jazz Ballad
CoolJzBd
159
Rumba 2
Rumba2
132
Swing Shuffle
SwingSfl
160
Tikitikita
Tikitkta
133
Big Band Medium
BandMid
161
Lambada
Lambada
134
Dixieland 2
Dixland2
162
Pop Cha Cha 1
PChaCha1
135
Guitar Swing 2
GtSwing2
163
Pop Cha Cha 2
PChaCha2
136
Ragtime
Ragtime
164
Salsa 2
Salsa2
137
Modern Jazz Ballad
MdJzBald
WALTZ & TRADITIONAL
138
Swing Ballad
SwingBal
165
Waltz
Waltz
139
Orchestra Swing
OrhSwing
166
Old Waltz
OldWaltz
167
English Waltz
EngWaltz
168
German Waltz
GemWaltz
COUNTRY
140
Country Pop 1
CntyPop1
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Styles list
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
169
ViennaWaltz
VinaWtz
185
Dangdut
Dangdut
170
Slow Waltz 2
SlwWltz2
186
6/8 Flipper
6/8Flipp
171
Jazz Waltz
JzWaltz
187
New Age
NewAge
172
Polka
Polka
188
Tarantella
Tarantel
173
6/8 March
6/8March
189
Scottish
Scottish
174
German Polka
GerPolka
190
Norteno
Norteno
175
Party Polka
PtyPolka
Arab
176
Army March
ArmMarch
191
Zarb 6/8
Zarb 6/8
177
March
March
192
Zarb Tempo
ZarbTemp
178
US March
USMarch
193
Bandary
Bandary
179
Musette
Musette
194
Zarb Daf
Zarb Daf
180
Mazurke
Mazurke
195
Pop 4/4
Pop 4/4
196
Saidi IR
Saidi IR
World
181
Enka Ballad
EnkaBald
197
Cifte
Cifte
182
Laendler
Laendler
198
Baladi
Baladi
183
Hawaiian
Hawaiian
199
Masmoudi
Masmoudi
184
Sirtake
Sirtake
200
Wehda
Wehda
digital piano
64
Practise and demo songs
12
No.
Practise and demo songs
Name
LCD
FOLK & COUNTRY
No.
Name
LCD
028
Mov.2 Adagio Non Troppo Piano
Sonata No.9 In D
Sonata9
001
Jambalaya
Jambalay
029
Mov.1 Andante Grazioso Piano
Sonata No.11 In A (Alla TurSo‐
nata11ca)
Sonata11
002
Ding! Dong! Merrily On High
DingDong
030
Prelude In C
Prelude
003
Battle Hymn Of The Republic
Battle
031
Chinese Dance
ChDance
004
The Old Gray Mare
GrayMare
032
Emperors Waltz
EmprWalz
005
American Patrol
USPatrol
033
006
Christmas Is Coming
IsComing
034
007
Sippin`Cider Through A Straw
SCTStraw
JAZZ & FUSION
008
Christmas Sound
Sound
035
ShanZhaShu
ShanZhaS
036
You Are My Sunshine
MySun
GOLDEN & POP
MilMar1
Symphony No.40
Symphony
009
On London Bridge
LdBridge
037
June Samba
JunSamba
010
Are You Lonesome Tonight
Lonesome
038
Funk
Funk
011
Der Deitcher`s Dog
DerDDog
039
I Can......
I Can...
012
Joy to The World
JoyWorld
040
Sea Shore
SeaShore
013
Silent Night
SltNight
PIANO
014
Ave Maria
AveMaria
041
Fur Elise
FurElise
015
Five Hundred Miles
FHMiles
042
Military March
MMarch
016
Happy New Year
HappyNY
043
Habanera
Habanera
017
It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like
Christmas
LikeXmas
044
Minuet
Minuet
018
Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair
LighHair
045
Austria Variation
AVariati
019
My Bonnie
MyBonnie
046
Old Macdonald Had A Farm
OldAFarm
020
Song Of The Pearlfisher
SongOfTP
047
Wedding March
Wedding
048
2-Part Invention #13 In A Minor.B.W.
Iii
Invntion
CLASSICAL
021
Swan
Swan
049
Minuet In G
MinuetG
022
Prelude To Act 2 (Swan Lake)
SwanLak1
050
Turkish March
TurkishM
023
Valse (Swan lake)
SwanLak2
051
Hey Diddle Diddle
HeDiddle
024
The Happy Farmer
HpFarmer
052
Italian Polka
ItaPolka
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Practise and demo songs
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
025
The Sleeping Beauty
SleepBty
053
Moseta Dance
MosetaDn
026
La Traviata
LaTravia
054
Bulie Dance
BulieDn
027
Wiegenlied
Wiegenli
055
Waltz in A Flat Op.39 No.15
Waltz in A
No.
Name
LCD
No.
Name
LCD
056
Wild Rose
WildRose
059
Angles We Have Heard On High
Angles
057
Away In A Manger
AwayInAM
060
Waltz
Waltz
058
Jack & Jill
JackJill
Demos
No.
Name
LCD
001
Fantasie Impromptu
Fantasie
002
Funk
Funk
digital piano
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Chord list
13
Chord list
Chord description
Normal chord construction
Chord
symbol
Display
0
Major [M]
1–3–5
C
C
1
Major sixth [6]
1–(3)–5–6
C6
C6
2
Major seventh [M7]
1–3–(5)–7
CM7
CM7
3
Major seventh with augmented eleventh [M7#11] 1–(2)–3–#4–(5)–7
CM7#11
CM7(#11)
4
Major add ninth [Madd9]
1–2–3–5
CMadd9
CM(9)
5
Major ninth [M9]
1–2–3–(5)–7
CM9
CM7(9)
6
Major sixth and ninth [6 9]
1–2–3–(5)–6
C6 9
C6(9)
7
Augmented [aug]
1–3–#5
Caug
Caug
8
Minor [m]
1–b3–5
Cm
Cm
9
Minor sixth [m6]
1–b3–5–6
Cm6
Cm6
10
Minor seventh [m7]
1–b3–(5)–b7
Cm7
Cm7
11
Minor seventh flatted fifth [m7b5]
1–b3–b5–b7
Cm7b5
Cm7(b5)
12
Minor add ninth [madd9]
1–2–b3–5
Cmadd9
Cm(9)
13
Minor ninth [m9]
1–2–b3–(5)–b7
Cm9
Cm7(9)
14
Minor eleventh [m11]
1–(2)–b3–4–5–(b7)
Cm11
Cm7(11)
15
Minor major ninth [mM7]
1–b3–(5)–7
CmM7
CmM7
16
Minor major ninth [mM9]
1–2–b3–(5)–7
CmM9
CmM7(9)
17
Diminished [dim]
1–b3–b5
Cdim
Cdim
18
Diminished seventh [dim7]
1–b3–b5–6
Cdim7
Cdim7
19
Seventh [7]
1–3–(5)–b7
C7
C7
20
Seventh suspended [7sus4]
1–4–5–b7
C7sus4
C7sus4
21
Seventh flatted fifth [7b5]
1–3–b5–b7
C7b5
C7(b5)
22
Seventh ninth [79]
1–2–3–(5)–b7
C7 9
C7(9)
23
Seventh sharp eleventh [7#11]
1–2–3–#4–(5)–b7 oder 1–(2)–3–#4–5–
b7
C7#11
C7(#11)
24
Seventh thirteenth [7 13]
1–3–(5)–6–b7 oder 2–3–5–6–b7
C7 13
C7(13)
25
Seventh flatted ninth [7b9]
1–b2–3–(5)–b7
C7b9
C7(b9)
26
Seventh flatted thirteenth [7b13]
1–3–5–b6–b7
C7b13
C7(b13)
27
Seventh sharp ninth [7#9]
(1)–#2–3–(5)–b7
C7#9
C7(#9)
28
Major seventh augmented [M7aug]
1–3–#5–7
CM7aug
CM7aug
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Chord list
Chord description
Normal chord construction
Chord
symbol
Display
29
Seventh augmented [7aug]
(1)–3–#5–b7
C7aug
C7aug
30
Suspended fourth [sus4]
1–4–5
Csus4
Csus4
31
Suspended second [1+2+5]
1–2–5
C1+2+5
C
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MIDI implementation chart
14
MIDI implementation chart
Function
Basic Channel
Mode
Sent
Received
Default
1
1 – 16
Changed
1 – 16
1 – 16
Default
No
Mode 3
Messages
No
No
Altered
********
No
0 – 127
0 – 127
True voice
********
0 – 127
Note ON
Yes, 9nH,
Yes, 9nH,
v = 1 – 127
v = 1 – 127
No, 9nH,
Yes, 9nH,
v=0
v = 0 or 8nH,
v = 0 – 127
Keys
No
No
Channels
No
No
No
Yes
Note Number
Velocity Note
Note OFF
After Touch
Pitch Bend
Notes
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MIDI implementation chart
Function
Control Change
Program Change
Sent
Received
Notes
0
Yes
Yes
Bank Select
1
No
Yes
Modulation
5
No
Yes
Portamento Time
6
Yes
Yes
Data Entry
7
Yes
Yes
Volume
10
No
Yes
Pan
11
No
Yes
Expression
64
Yes
Yes
Sustain Pedal
65
No
Yes
Portamento ON/OFF
66
Yes
Yes
Sostenuto Pedal
67
Yes
Yes
Soft Pedal
80
No
Yes
Reverb Program
81
No
Yes
Chorus Program
91
Yes
Yes
Reverb Level
93
Yes
Yes
Chorus Level
120
Yes
Yes
All Sound Off
121
No
No
Reset All Controllers
123
Yes
Yes
All Notes Off
True #
Yes
Yes
********
0 – 127
No
Yes
Song Position Pointer
No
No
Song Select
No
No
Tune Request
No
No
Clock
Yes
No
Commands
No *1
No
LOCAL ON/OFF
No
No
Active Sensing
No
Yes
System Reset
No
No
System Exclusive
System Common
System Real Time
Aux Messages
Notes:
*1
When the accompaniment starts, an FAH message is transmitted.
When the accompaniment stops, an FCH message is transmitted.
When an FAH message is received, the accompaniment starts.
When an FCH message is received, the accompaniment stops.
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MIDI implementation chart
MIDI channel modes
POLY
MONO ON
OMNI ON
Mode 1
Mode 2
OMNI OFF
Mode 3
Mode 4
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Technical specifications
15
Technical specifications
Display
Multifunction LCD
Keyboard
88 weighted keys with hammer action and adjustable touch response
Polyphony
64-voice
Voices
500
Styles
200
Practise songs
60
Demo songs
2
Album
120 Songs
Memory
32 memory locations
Pedals
Multifunction pedal, Sostenuto, Sustain
Connections
Voltage supply AC 230 V , 2 × headphones (1/4" phone jack), AUX, USB, MIDI
Amp
10 W
Speaker
2 × 20 W, 8 Ω
2 × 25 W, 8 Ω
Operating supply voltage
AC 230 V
Dimensions (W × D × H)
1380 mm × 514 mm × 906 mm
Weight
53 kg
Housing colour
Black
Item number 352288
White
Item number 352389
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Protecting the environment
16
Protecting the environment
Disposal of the packaging material
For the transport and protective packaging, environmentally friendly materials have
been chosen that can be supplied to normal recycling.
Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are properly disposed of.
Do not just dispose of these materials with your normal household waste, but make
sure that they are collected for recycling. Please follow the notes and markings on
the packaging.
Disposal of your old device
This product is subject to the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Directive (WEEE). Do not dispose with your normal household waste.
Dispose of this device through an approved waste disposal firm or through your local
waste facility. When discarding the device, comply with the rules and regulations
that apply in your country. If in doubt, consult your local waste disposal facility.
DP-95 B, DP-95 WH
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digital piano
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Musikhaus Thomann · Treppendorf 30 · 96138 Burgebrach · Germany · www.thomann.de
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