Congratulations on your purchase of this Electronic keyboard!
The keyboard is an user friendly keyboard with fabulous sound quality and advance feature such as
style record and self-learning. No matter you are adult or children, you will enjoy playing the keyboard
as it provides amazing styles for accompaniment, expressive tones, and real time record. Other features
such as numbered musical notation display chord dictionary, variety of songs will help you better master
the playing skill.
You are recommended to study this manual carefully before using the unit.
Please make sure the package completely contains the following:
The Instrument
12V Adaptor
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Instruction Manual
Music Rest
Your keyboard will give you years of playing
pleasure if you follow the simple rules given
below:
Location
Do not expose the unit to the following
conditions to avoid deformation,
discoloration, or more serious damage
Direct sunlight
High temperature (near a heat source,
or in a car during the day time)
Excessive humidity
Excessive dust
Strong vibration
Cleaning
Clean the unit with a soft dry cloth
Slightly dampen a cloth helps to remove
stubborn grime and dirt
Never use cleaners such as alcohol or
thinner
Avoid placing vinyl object on top of the
unit (vinyl might discolor and stick to
the surface)
Power Supply
Handling and Transporting
Never apply excessive force to the
controls, connectors or other parts of
the instrument
Always unplug cables by gripping the
plug firmly, but not pulling the cables
Disconnect all cables before moving
the instrument
Physical shocks caused by dropping,
bumping, or placing heavy objects on
the instrument could result in scratches
or even severe damages
Make sure to use the suitable AC adaptor,
and also make sure the AC outlet voltage
at your country matches the input voltage
specified on the AC adaptor's label
Turn the power switch OFF when the
instrument is not in use
An AC adaptor should be unplugged from
the AC outlet if the instrument will not be
used for an extended period of time
Unplug the AC adaptor during electric
storms
Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into the
same AC outlets as appliances with high
power consumption, such as electric
heaters or ovens. Also avoid using multiplug adaptors since this could reduce
sound's quality, causes operation errors
and damages
Electrical Interference
This instrument contains digital circuitry
and may cause interference if it is placed
too close to radio or television receivers.
If this occurs, move the instrument further
away from the receivers
Turn Off Power When Making Connections
To avoid damaging the instrument and
other devices to which it is connected,
turn off the power switches of all related
devices prior to connecting or disconnecting
cables
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Main Features
KEYBOARD
61-key touch response keyboard
LCD DISPLAY
The keyboard indicates the note
you playing on the staff
VOICE
600 voices in total, 36 voices can
be selected conveniently from the panel
STYLE
220 styles in total, including 3 user
styles, 24 styles can be selected
conveniently from the panel
SONG
100 songs in total. Each song has
its learning mode
DEMO
2 demos in total
CHORD MODE
Single finger chords, multi finger chords,
A.B.C. On/Off
CHORD DICTIONARY
A function for you to learn the chords,
including Dict 1 mode (dictionary mode)
and Dict 2 mode (test mode)
By pressing and holding [YES/+] and [NO/-]
together and turning the power on simultaneously; default setting will be loaded into the
keyboard, then the memory and the record
song will be lost
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RECORD
3 recording song. Each recording song
has 6 track--1 ACCOMP track and 5
melody tracks.
STYLE RECORD
3 recording style
MEMORY FEATURE
48 memories, 8 banks with 6 memories
each
MIXER MENU
Rhythm s Rhythm m Bass Chord1
Chord2 Chord3 Phrase1 Phrase2
Voice R1, Voice R2, Voice L
PEDAL
Foot Switch (Sustain Pedal Soft Pedal
Memory Change Pedal Start/stop Pedal)
Volume Pedal
INTERFACE
MIDI THRU, IN, OUT
USB
Headphones
Contents
6
Mixer Menu.......................................................
30
Front Panel..........................................................6
Rear Panel..................................................... 7
LCD Display...................................................... 7
Memory.................................................. 31
General Guide..................................
Preparation....................................
8
Power Supply.................................................. 8
Setting Music Stand.......................................... 8
Connections...................................
9
Headphone Jack..............................................
AUX.OUT Jack...............................................
Sustain Jack................................................
Volume Jack.....................................................
USB Jack.........................................................
9
9
10
10
10
Basic Operation............................
11
Power Switch & Volume.................................... 11
11
DEMO..........................................................
Voices and Effects.........................
12
Select a Voice................................................... 12
Dual Voice................................................ 12-13
Lower Voice/Split Point..................................... 13
14
Touch.........................................................
Sustain Voice.................................................... 14
DSP Effect..................................................
15
Pitch Bend........................................................ 15
Modulation...................................................... 15
Transpose....................................................
16
16-17
Octave..............................................................
Piano............................................................... 17
Style Control..................................... 18
Select a Style........................................................
18
19
The Accompaniment Section..................................
19-20
Start a Style.........................................
Fill A/B............................................................... 21
Stop a Style....................................................... 22
Tempo............................................................... 23
Fade IN/OUT..................................................... 23
Recognizing Chords........................................
24-25
Metronome....................................................... 26
Accomp Volume.............................................. 26
Function Menu...............................
27
Tune................................................................. 27
Beat................................................................. 28
Split Point........................................................ 28
Pedal Assign..................................................... 28
Reverb Level................................................... 29
Chorus Level........................................................
29
MIDI Setting.................................................. 29
Bank..................................................................... 31
Store and Load.........................................................
31
Memory Date........................................................... 31
One Touch Setting............................................. 32
Record..................................................
33
Real-time Recording................................................33
Start Recording.........................................................34
Stop Recording..................................................... 34
Playback Recording......................................... 34-35
Delete Recording.................................................. 35
Style Record........................................... 36
Record a Style................................................. 36-39
Copy a Style............................................................ 40
Quantify a Style...................................................41-42
Edit a Style...........................................................42-43
Delete a Style....................................................
44
Song....................................................
45
Lesson Mode....................................................... 46
Lesson 1....................................................................
46
Lesson 2.................................................................. 47
Lesson 3................................................................. 47
Chord Dictionary............................... 48-50
Pedal........................................................ 51
MIDI Function......................................
52
What is MIDI............................................................ 52
USB Connection..................................................... 52
MIDI Connection..................................................... 53
53
MIDI Application..............................................
Specifications...........................................54
54
Trouble Shooting.........................................
Appendix..............................................
55
Appendix 1-Voice List...........................................
55-59
Appendix 2-Style List...............................
60-61
Appendix 3-Song List....................................... 62-64
Appendix 4-Demo List....................................
64
Appendix 5-Chord List.......................................
Appendix 6-MIDI Implementation Chart...........
65
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General Guide
Front Panel
223
600
591-600 DRUM SET
ORIENTAL
USER STYLE
551-590
056 RockRoll
CHINESE INSTRUMENT
069 ChaCha1
001 StGrPn1
029 StHarEp
072 Beguine2
024 StHonk
075 MusicBo1 092 StMarim
121 ChurOr2
155 Rumba2
182 Abass1
229 TheVin
274 SSlowstr
297 OcOrchHi 318 FrHorn1
193 FingBas2
248 Celloen
282 SoloStr
305 SweetTp
215 Neimeng
359 Oboe1
371 Flute
374 SwPanFu 553 Guzheng3 566 Pipa3
591 StandD
218 OrlDance
368 Clarine1
372 JazzFlut
523 StPno&St 557 Yangqin3
600 C.Percus
001 8BtRock
041 SlowBald
012 16Beat1
047 SlowRock 064 Tango
074 Samba1
112 Swing1
133 CntryPop
084 Disco
130 Bluegras
141 BosaNov1 162 EnkaBald
172 Waltz
184 Polka
201 Daizu
180 SlwWltz2
188 March
202 Xinjiang
080 StVibes
107 DrwOrDet 125 Accordi1
147 VelSteGt
134 SwetHarm 161 StCleGtr
346 SoprSax1
323 BrasSec1 355 FolkSax
572 Erhu
REPEAT A B
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
POWER ON/OFF
MASTER VOLUME
MIXER
FUNCTION NEXT
FUNCTION BACK
ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME
ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME
TEMPO
TEMPO
In the Style mode
20
21
22
23
24
START/STOP
SYNC STOP
SYNC START
25
10
INTRO/END
28
11
FILL A
29
12
FILL B
13
FADE
14
AUTO BASS CHORD
In the Song mode
7
8
9
26
27
30
31
33
34
START/STOP
PAUSE
35
10
REPEAT A/B
36
11
REW
12
FF
15
LESSON
LEFT HAND
7
9
16
17
18
19
6
32
RIGHT HAND
CHORD DICTIONARY
STYLE RECORD
RECORD
37
38
39
40
41
Hold for two seconds
42
43
44
PLAY/STOP
ACCOMP
MELODY1
MELODY2
MELODY3
MELODY4
MELODY5
BANK
STORE M1-M6
ONE TOUCH SETTING (M1-M4)
ONE TOUCH SETTING
SONG
STYLE
VOICE
DUAL
SPLIT
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
DEMO
TRANSPOSE
TRANSPOSE
PIANO
METRONOME
OCTAVE
OCTAVE
/NO
/YES
DATA DIAL
STYLE DIRECT SELECT BUTTON
VOICE DIRECT SELECT BUTTON
LCD DISPLAY
General Guide
45
46
47
MODULATION
PITCH BEND
PHONES
PHONES
Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
USB JACK
MIDI THRU
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
SUSTAIN
VOLUME
AUX.OUT
DC 12V
USB
MIDI THRU
1
2
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
4
1
3
SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT
6
5
DC 12V
7
8
LCD Display
1
2
3
4
1
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
12
1
13
14
15
1
16
17
1
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
ACCOMP
MELODY 1
MELODY 2
MELODY 3
MELODY 4
MELODY 5
DUAL
SPLIT
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
VOICE/STYLE/DEMO/SONG
MEASURE
BEAT
TEMPO
STORE M1-M6/ONE TOUCH SETTING
NOTE INDICATION
LEFT/RIGHT HAND LESSON MODE
TREBLE CLEF
BASS CLEF
61 KEY KEYBOARD
FILL A/B
RECORD/STYLE RECORD
CHORD
1
ACCOMP
2
MELODY 1
3
MELODY 2
4
1
MELODY 3
5
MELODY 4
6
MELODY 5
12
23
13
19
14
24
20
22
18
DUAL
7
SPLIT
8
15
TOUCH
16
SUSTAIN
10
1
17
DSP
11
9
21
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Preparation
Power Supply
Using the AC Adaptor
1. First, please ensure the keyboard is turned off, then turn
the volume switch to reach the minimum volume level.
2. Connect the adaptor into the AC wall outlet and the cord
into the unit.
When the keyboard is not in use or in the time of
thunderstorm, please disconnect the power for
safety purpose.
Setting Music Rest
Please set up the music rest as the instruction below:
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USB
MIDI THRU
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT
DC 12V
Connections
Headphones Jack
1. If you prefer to play with headphones for high quality
personal monitoring, plug a set of stereo headphone
into the PHONES jack.
2. Plug a set of headphones into the [PHONES] jack and
the speakers will be shut automatically.
PHONES
Never use headphones in high volume, as it may
hurt your ears.
AUX.OUT Jack
The AUX.OUT jack delivers the output signal of the
keyboard to an external amplifier.
Use an audio cord to plug into the [AUX.OUT] jack
located on the rear panel; then plug the other end of
the cord into LINE IN or AUX.IN of the amplifier.
USB
MIDI THRU
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT
DC 12V
To avoid damaging the speakers, please ensure
that the volume has set to the minimum level before
connecting the power and other devices.
WARNING
To avoid damages, turn off the power switches of
this keyboard and all related devices if you want to
plug in or unplug between this instrument with all
related devices.
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Connection
Sustain Jack
1. An optional footswitch can be plugged into the
[SUSTAIN] jack for sustain control.
2. The footswitch functions like the damper pedal on a
piano-press for sustain, release for normal sound.
USB
MIDI THRU
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT
DC 12V
USB
MIDI THRU
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT
DC 12V
Volume Jack
An optional volume control can be plugged into the
[VOLUME] jack for adjusting the volume of sound.
USB Jack
1. Connect PC or other USB host devices that support
USB audio.
2. For devices with USB cable, after the driver is installed
and initialization is finished, you can choose USB audio
device in the device menu of the software to transfer
midi data.
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Basic Operation
Power Switch & Volume
1. First, please ensure the correct connection based on
previous instruction.
2. Turn the volume switch to reach the minimum volume
level, then turn the [POWER] switch on. The LCD
display lights up.
Adjust
volume
3. Use the [VOLUME] control switch to adjust the volume
to your desired level.
DEMO
There are total of 2 demos.
1. Press [DEMO] button to
play demo songs.
2. Select a demo song with
[+/YES] / [-/NO] or dial.
STYLE
VOICE
-/NO
+/YES
SONG
3. Press [DEMO] or [START/
STOP] button to exit from
the demo mode.
In the demo mode, all function keys except DEMO,
START/STOP, TEMPO, +/YES, -/NO, VOLUME,
POWER ON/OFF will be voided.
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Voices and Effects
600 voices in total (See appendix: page 55).
Select a Voice
1. Press [VOICE] button to enter "voice mode" . The default
VOICE R1 is "No:001 Stereo Grand Piano";
LCD displays "VOICE R1" and the voice number.
2. Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] or dial or use the Direct Select
Button to select the voice you want.
STYLE
VOICE
-/NO
+/YES
SONG
Direct Select Button
Use the Direct Select Button to select a voice (36 voices),
2 direct voices for each button(upper & nether key)
001 StGrPn1
029 StHarEp
024 StHonk
075 MusicBo1 092 StMarim
121 ChurOr2
182 Abass1
229 TheVin
274 SSlowstr
297 OcOrchHi 318 FrHorn1
193 FingBas2
248 Celloen
282 SoloStr
305 SweetTp
359 Oboe1
371 Flute
374 SwPanFu 553 Guzheng3 566 Pipa3
591 StandD
368 Clarine1
372 JazzFlut
523 StPno&St 557 Yangqin3
600 C.Percus
080 StVibes
107 DrwOrDet 125 Accordi1
134 SwetHarm 161 StCleGtr
346 SoprSax1
323 BrasSec1 355 FolkSax
572 Erhu
3. After selecting a voice, you can now play the keyboard.
While changing a voice, pay attention to the rules:
If you press the same button, the voice will be
changed between the upper and nether key.
When the upper/nether voice is on, and then you
press another direct button, the corresponding
upper/nether voice will be selected.
Dual Voice
This function is capable of enhancing the delicacy of your music by playing two voices of musical
instruments simultaneously; new combinations of voices and music could be created then.
When the dual function is off, the voice indicated is VOICE R1. When the dual function is on,
the voice indicated is VOICE R2.
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147 VelSteGt
Voices and Effects
1. During the VOICE R1 status, press [DUAL] button to
enter the dual voice function. "VOICE R2" and "DUAL"
signal would be lightened simultaneously. The number
of the dual voice will be displayed on the LCD. Now,
two different sounds at the same time when pressing
one key.
DUAL
SPLIT
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
2. Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button, or turn the DIAL to select
your desired voice. The default DUAL VOICE number is
"No:265 The Strings".
DUAL
SPLIT
3. Press [DUAL] button again to turn off the DUAL VOICE.
Voice R2 will be disabled, the note you play sounds a
single voice of Voice R1.
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
Eg. Piano
Eg. Cello
Two voices will sound
at the same time.
In DUAL VOICE status, only section above split point
on keyboard has dual voice.
Lower Voice/Split Point
You can split the keyboard to melody and chord area
by this function.
DUAL
SPLIT
1. Press [SPLIT] button to turn on the LOWER VOICE,
LCD lights the LOWER VOICE flag and displays
"VOICE L" and its name. When you play in real time,
you can activate Split Mode simply by pressing this
button.
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
DUAL
SPLIT
2. Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button, or turn the DIAL to select
the voice you want. The default LOWER VOICE number
is "No:265 The Strings".
3. Press [SPLIT] button again to turn off the LOWER VOICE.
LCD darkens its flag.
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
Default split
point F#
Chord
area
Melody
area
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Voices and Effects
Touch
This function allows you to activate the dynamic
level while playing the keyboard.
DUAL
SPLIT
1. The LCD displays the touch value ranging from off to
level 3.
Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button, or turn the DIAL to
change the touch response level.
Default level of touch response is 2.
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
DUAL
SPLIT
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
2. If the "touch function" is disabled, there will be no touch
response.
DUAL
SPLIT
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
3. To experience the effect, play any note on the keyboard
after you turn it on.
Sustain Voice
This function helps you to get a voice with a
sustained effect, while playing the keyboard.
DUAL
SPLIT
1. Press [SUSTAIN] button to activate the sustain effect.
The "SUSTAIN" flag lightens on the display.
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
2. Press [SUSTAIN] button again to eliminate the sustain
effect. The "SUSTAIN" flag will disappear.
DUAL
When you step on the 'sustain pedal', its sustain
effect is stronger than the effect by pressing the
[SUSTAIN] button.
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SPLIT
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
Voices and Effects
DSP Effect
This function allows you to perform the overall
sound in a realistic style.
DUAL
SPLIT
1. The DSP effect is set to ON when keyboard power on.
The default setting of DSP effect is ON.
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
2. Press [DSP] button to turn off the DSP effect.
DUAL
SPLIT
TOUCH
SUSTAIN
DSP
Pitch Bend
The pitch bend wheel can be used to bend the note
upwards or downwards, ranging between +/- 2 semitones.
When the wheel is released, the note will return back
to the normal status.
Higher (+2)
semitones
PHONES
Lower (-2)
semitones
Modulation
Press and hold [MODULATION] button. You can hear
the modulation effect while playing the keyboard.
Release the button to exit the modulation effect.
PHONES
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Voices and Effects
Transpose
You can change the key of the entire keyboard with
the TRANSPOSE function by adjusting the pitch in
semitone steps.
1. Press [TRANSPOSE +] or [TRANSPOSE -] button to
enter the Transpose setting mode.
The LCD will display the current transpose value. The
default transpose value is 00.
Use [TRANSPOSE +] / [TRANSPOSE -] to adjust the
value from -12 to +12 semitones.
2. Press [TRANSPOSE +] and [TRANSPOSE -]
simultaneously to set the default value: 00.
If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after
entering the Transpose setting mode, it will quit
this menu automatically.
Octave
1. Press [OCTAVE +] or [OCTAVE - ] button to set the
octave mode. The LCD will display the current octave
value.
2. Use [OCTAVE +] or [OCTAVE - ] to change the octave
value. This function can change the key -1 to 1 octave
up or down.
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Voices and Effects
3. Press [OCTAVE +]and [OCTAVE -] simultaneously to set
the octave value back to its default. The default octave
value is 00.
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If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after
entering the Octave setting mode, it will quit this
menu automatically.
Piano
1. Press [PIANO] button to return to the piano mode.
The LCD displays PIANO, and the voice is changed
to piano immediately. In this mode, A.B.C. is OFF.
2. Press [PIANO] button again to exit the PIANO mode.
3. You can select the style number with the [+/YES] / [-/No]
key, or turn the dial at the PIANO mode. Press the
[START/STOP] button to activate the style(only drum).
4. The MIXER and FUNCTION menu can be functioned.
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Style Control
The keyboard has a total of 223 styles, from 001 to
223, including 3 user styles. The default style is 001.
(See appendix: page 60)
Select a Style
1. Press [STYLE] button to set the keyboard to the "style
mode". The "STYLE flag" and the style number will
show up on the display.
STYLE
VOICE
2. Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or use the Direct Select
Button to select the voice you want.
-/NO
+/YES
SONG
3. Direct Select Button
Use the Direct Select Button to select your desired style
( 24 styles), 2 direct styles for each button (upper & nether).
While changing a style, pay attention to the rules:
If the same button has been pressed twice, the style
will be swapped from one to another.
When the upper/nether style is on, and you then press
another direct button, the corresponding upper/nether
style will be selected.
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001 8BtRock
041 SlowBald
056 RockRoll
012 16Beat1
047 SlowRock 064 Tango
074 Samba1
112 Swing1
133 CntryPop
069 ChaCha1
072 Beguine2
155 Rumba2
084 Disco
130 Bluegras
141 BosaNov1 162 EnkaBald
172 Waltz
184 Polka
201 Daizu
215 Neimeng
180 SlwWltz2
188 March
202 Xinjiang
218 OrlDance
Style Control
The Accompaniment Section
Accompaniment consists of Intro, main, variation, fill (a-a,
a-b, b-a, b-b), ending. Using different sections based on
the structure of styles enables you to enhance musical
performance.
1. INTRO
Press the [INTRO/END] button to insert an intro section
before you start to play . The rhythm will begin with a 2-4
measure introduction which will be followed by a menu
section.
2. MAIN and VARIATION
There are two sections: main and variation. Each section
consists of 2 to 4 measures.
3. FILL
While the accompaniment is playing, you can fill in the
rhythm/accompaniment by pressing the [FILL A] button
or the [FILL B] button. This will automatically insert a fill
section.
4. ENDING
When you press the [INTRO/END] button, it brings rhythm
accompaniment and your performance to on end with a 2-4
measure conclusion.
Start a Style
1. Start immediately:
Use [START/STOP] button to start the style.
2. A.B.C. Mode:
The default setting of A.B.C is off. Press [A.B.C.] button
to turn on the auto bass chord.
The area to the left of split point is known as the chord
area. When playing the chord, both the bass and the
chord voice sound.
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Style Control
3. Sync start:
Press [SYNC START] button to enter the sync start
waiting mode. The 4 beats on LCD flash together.
If the A.B.C. mode is on , play any key in left area of
keyboard, the style start playing with bass and chord.
If the A.B.C. Mode is off, play any key on keyboard; the
style plays only the drum voice.
Press [START/STOP] again to stop the style.
4. Intro start:
Press [INTRO/END] button when the style is not playing,
'A' flashes on LCD, indicates the intro section is ready to
play. Length of intro varies in different style.
Flashing
Press [START/STOP] button, then the style starts with
an intro section , followed by the main section.
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Flashing
Style Control
Fill A/B
1. In MAIN mode, press [FILL A] button to insert 1
measure fill and LCD flashes 'A'. After one measure is
over, MAIN style will be returned.
2. In MAIN mode, press [FILL B] button to insert 1
measure fill and LCD flashes 'B'. After one measure is
over, VARIATION mode will be started.
3. In VARIATION mode, press [FILL B] button to insert 1
measure fill and LCD B flashes 'B'. After one measure is
over, VARIATION style will be returned.
4. In VARIATION mode, press [FILL A] button to insert 1
measure fill and LCD flashes 'A' . After one measure is
over, MAIN style will be started.
Hold down the FILL A/B button when the style is playing,
the selected FILL pattern repeats continuously until
button is released.
Press [FILL A] when style stop, it will change to the main
section, the flag A on LCD will be lightened;
Press [FILL B] , it will change to the variation section,
the flag B on LCD will be lightened.
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Style Control
Stop a Style:
1. Stop immediately:
The accompaniment can be stopped at any time by
pressing the [START/STOP] button.
Flashing
2. Ending stop:
Press the [INTRO/END] button to complete the song with
ending section. The ending section will begin from the top
of the next measure.
3. Sync Stop:
[SYNC STOP] would be enabled only when A.B.C.
indicator is on.
Press the [SYNC STOP] button, stop playing, system
enters synchronized start mode. Press a chord to start
playing, and when you release the chord, the style would
stop with this action, and enters synchronized start mode
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Style Control
Tempo
1. Press the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] button to change the
tempo, the DIAL can also be used to change the tempo .
2. Press the [TEMPO+] and [TEMPO-] simultaneously
can set the tempo value back to the default one.
Selecting the style when it stops, the tempo will change
with the style automatically to the default one.
When style is playing, the tempo will not change with the
style you select.
Fade IN/OUT
1. Press [FADE] button when style is playing, the volume will
gradually fade from maxima to 0, the "FADE " LED on
panel will be lightened. Press [FADE] button again, the
volume will gradually sound from 0 to maxima, the "FADE "
LED on panel will be darkened.
2. Press [FADE] button when style is not playing, the LED
"FADE" on panel will be lightened. When play style, the
volume will change from 0 to maxima.
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Style Control
Recognizing Chords
Default mode for A.B.C. is off on the keyboard.
Press [A.B.C.] button to turn on this "auto bass chord"
function. The left section of the keyboard is known as
the "chord area", while playing the chord, both the bass
and the chord voices sound.
Since the chord detection of A.B.C. is based on the
Chord Root priority, some chords that could be played
under the Chord Dictionary may not be recognised by
A.B.C. , eg. B6 bB6 B6(9) bB6 9
Baug
bBaug bBm6 Bm6 Adim7 bBdim7 Bdim.
There are 2 ways to detect the chord: "single finger detect" and "multi finger
detect".
If the chord played is based on "multi finger detect", it is recognized as the "multi finger chords”.
If not, "single finger chord" will be recognized.
Single Finger
Multi Finger
Single-finger makes it simple to produce major,
seventh, minor and minor seventh chords by
pressing a minimum number of keys on the
auto accompaniment section.
Multi-finger allows you to play chords in normal
fingering. Try playing the 32 chord types in C
scale as listed on the right.
When A.B.C. is on, press the keys on the left of
split point. The chord will be recognized as single
finger chords.
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Style Control
Chord Basics
A chord in music is any harmonic set of three or more
notes that is heard as if sounding simultaneously The
most frequently encountered chords are triads A triad is
a set of three notes that can be stacked in thirds When
stacked in thirds the triad s members from lowest
pitched tone to highest are called the Root the Third
and the Fifth
Triad Type
There are following basic triad types
Major Triad A root with a major third added above and a perfect
fifth will consist as a Major Triad .
Minor Triad A root with a minor third added above and a perfect
fifth will consist as a Minor Triad .
Augmented A root with a major third added above and an
Triad
augmented fifth will consist as an Augmented Triad .
Diminished A root with a minor third added above and a
diminished fifth will consist as a Diminished Triad .
Triad
Chord Inversion
We define this chord its root is not in the bass (i.e., is not
the lowest note) as an inversion chord. When the root is
in the bass, we call the chord: root-position chord. If we
put the Third and Fifth in the root position, then it forms
Inversion , we call this chord Inversion Chord .
See the following major triad and its inverted chord.
Chord Name
The chord name contains two parts content: Chord root
and Chord type.
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Style Control
Metronome
1. Press the [METRONOME] button to turn on the metronome, the beat sounds.
2. Press the [METRONOME] button again to turn off the
metronome.
Metronome can be played in tempo with the accompaniment whenever you turn on the sytle.
Accomp Volume
1. Press [ACC VOLUME+] or [ACC VOLUME -] button to
adjust volume of accompaniment in style playing. The
LCD displays the ACCOMP volume which range
between 0 and 31. Default Accomp Value is 28.
2. Press [ACC VOLUME +] and [ACC VOLUME -] button
together to turn off the ACCOMP volume.
3. Press [ACC VOLUME +] and [ACC VOLUME -] button
together again to turn on the ACCOMP volume.
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Function Menu
Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] or [FUNCTION/BACK] button to enter the menu of function. The default
option of the menu is "TUNE". When you enter the menu next time, you will find the option is the same as
last time. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] or [FUNCTION/BACK] button to select the option to be set.
Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or the DIAL to set the parameter. The option and the parameters are as the follows:
Option
TUNE
LCD Display
000Tune
Range
Default
-50
050
000
BEAT
004Beat
000 002 009
004
SPLIT POINT
019Split pt
001 061
019
PEDAL ASSIGN
001 Ped Sust
Sust
Soft Mem
REVERB LEVEL
040Rvb Lev
000
127
040
CHORUSLEVEL
000Cho Lev
000
127
000
MIDI RECEIVE
ALL Receive
001
016
MIDI TRANSMIT
001 Transmit
001
016
ST/S
Sust 001
ALL
ALL
001
If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after entering FUNCTION menu, it will quit this menu automatically.
Tune
This function sets the pitch of selected voice by
semitone increment.
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
1. The LCD displays the tune value. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO]
or DIAL to change the tune value. Its range is from -50
to 50 semitones only by the right area of keyboard.
-/NO
+/YES
2. Pressing [+/YES] and [-/NO] together will set the TUNE
value back to its default setting.
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Function Menu
Beat
This function sets the beat value ranging from 0, 2-9
in tempo setting.
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
1. The LCD displays the beat value.
2. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the BEAT value.
-/NO
+/YES
Split Point
This function sets the point that separate chord area
and melodic area.
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
1. The LCD displays the split point value.
2. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the split point.
You may also use keyboard to change the split point by
simply selecting the note you desired to be the point of
separation. The part below the split point is the the
CHORD area.
-/NO
+/YES
Pedal Assign
FUNCTION
MIXER
This function sets the pedal type to sustain pedal,
soft pedal, start/stop pedal or memory select pedal.
The default pedal is sustain pedal.
BACK
NEXT
1. The LCD displays the type of pedal.
2. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the pedal assign.
-/NO
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+/YES
Function Menu
Reverb Level
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
1. The LCD displays the reverb level. The level ranges from
0 to 127. The default level is 40.
2. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the reverb level.
-/NO
+/YES
Chorus Level
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
1. The LCD displays the chorus level. The level ranges from
0 to 127. The default level is 0
2. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the chorus level.
MIDI Setting
NEXT
-/NO
MIXER
+/YES
FUNCTION
BACK
1. You can set the channel to MIDI IN by RECEIVE. The
default setting is "all ". Otherwise, channel 1~16 can
also be selected separately.
NEXT
Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or the DIAL to select the
channel.
2. You can set the channel to MIDI OUT by TRANSMIT.
There are total of 16 channels for selection. Default
setting is "001".
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or the DIAL to select the
channel.
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Mixer Menu
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
Press [MIXER] button to enter the menu of MIXER. The
default option of the menu is "Rhythm s ", When you
enter this menu next time, you will find the option is the
same as last time. Press [MIXER] button, select the
option you want to set. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or the DIAL
to set the parameter. The option and the parameters are
as the follows:
If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after entering
the MIXER menu, it will quit this menu automatically.
NEXT
-/NO
Option
Rhythm s Volume
LCD Display
Range
026 Rhythm_s
000 -031
026
percussion instrument 1
Rhythm m Volume
026 Rhythm_m
000 -031
026
percussion instrument 2
Bass Volume
026 Bass
000 -031
026
bass foil
Chord 1 Volume
026 Chord1
000 -031
026
symphonic melody 1
Chord 2 Volume
026 Chord2
000 -031
026
symphonic melody 2
Chord 3 Volume
026 Chord3
000 -031
026
symphonic melody 3
Phrase 1 Volume
026 Phrase1
000 -031
026
intermezzo snippet 1
Phrase 2 Volume
026 Phrase2
000 -031
026
intermezzo snippet 2
Voice R1 Volume
026 Voice R1
000 -031
026
single voice
Voice R2 Volume
010 Voice R2
000 -031
010
dual voice
Voice L Volume
010 Voice L
000 -031
010
lower voice
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Deafult
+/YES
Description
Memory
Memory feature can be used to preset 48 complete
control-panel setups which could be recalled
whenever needed.
Bank
Mem Bank
There are 8 banks in total; each bank has 6 memories
(M1~M6).
1. Press [BANK] button, the LCD displays "00x Mem Bank",
with 00x showing the Bank that has been selected.
BANK
STORE
O.T.S.
2. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or DIAL to select the bank.
ONE TOUCH SETTING
Store and Load
Mem Stor
1. Select the desired parameter. The following data can be
stored to memory: Voice Right 1, Voice Right 2, Voice Left,
Sustain, Style, Tempo, Function parameter, Mixer parameter,
ACCOMP volume and the Octave.
2. Press and hold [STORE] then press M1(or M2~M6).
The data will be stored to the M1 (M2~M6). Please note
that it will clear the recorded data.
BANK
STORE
O.T.S.
ONE TOUCH SETTING
Memory Date
The data can be stored to the memory are as follows:
Voice Right 1, Voice Right 2, Voice Left, Sustain, Style,
Tempo, Function parameter, Mixer parameter, ACCOMP
volume and the Octave.
If current data is not the same as the current memory
data, the corresponding memory flag on LCD will be
erased.
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One Touch Setting
When One Touch Setting is switched on, you can
instantly recall all auto accompaniment related
settings including voices selection and digital
effects simply with a single touch of a button.In
this function, 4 types of parameters (M1~M4) will
be loaded for operating the current style.
1. Press [O.T.S.] button to turn this mode on and the O.T.S.
Flag lighten on the LCD.
Press any of the [M1] ~ [M4] button, it will load the
relative type of parameter according to the current style.
A.B.C. mode is automatically on during O.T.S. Mode.
BANK
STORE
O.T.S.
ONE TOUCH SETTING
2. Press any of the M1-M4 buttons, which is corresponded
to your desired setting.
BANK
STORE
O.T.S.
ONE TOUCH SETTING
BANK
STORE
O.T.S.
3. Press [O.T.S.] button again to turn off the O.T.S. Mode.
ONE TOUCH SETTING
4. The parameters stored in the O.T.S. including:
VOICE R1, VOICE R2, OCTAVE(R1/R2) and VOLUME.
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Record
3 user songs can be recorded in the keyboard with 6
tracks (1 ACCOMP track, 5 MELODY tracks) in each
song.
The recorded data will not be lost when you turn off the
power.
When power is on, you can press [RECORD] and
[PLAY/STOP] button together to delete all the recorded
data.
Press
together
Real-time Recording
1. Start Recording
Press [RECORD] button to enter the user song selected
mode. The LCD Lightens "Rec_Song" and sequence
number.
Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or DIAL to select the user
song you want to record.
Press [RECORD] button again to enter the record mode.
The LCD lightens the "REC" flag. Four beats and
"MELODY 1" (or other tracks) on LCD flash, indicates
waiting for recording.
Parameters such as the voice, style and tempo can be
revised.
When recording a new song, the keyboard will
automatically select "melody 1" as the recorded track.
Press "Accomp" (or "Melody 2" to "Melody 5") to make
your own selection.
When recording an existing song, the keyboard will
automatically select the empty track next to the occupied
track. For example, if "Melody 1" is occupied, "Melody 2"
will be selected as the recorded track.
When all 6 tracks have been recorded and a specific
track needs to be revised, press the button of the
desired track and start recording. The original data will
be replaced.
press [START/STOP] button or play the keyboard to
start recording.
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Record
2. Choosing Tracks
There are 3 states of choosing tracks in the left cursor of LCD: Lighten, Flashing, Darken.
When the cursor is flashing, it indicates the flashing track is the track chosen to be recorded.
When the cursor is lightened, it indicates there there's recorded material in this track for the selected song.
Material on this track will be played simultaneously while recording for another track.
When the cursor is darkened, it indicates there's no data in this track or there's data on this track but it's
forbid to play the recorded material while recording.
Press "Accomp" (or "Melody 1" to "Melody 5") to select
the desired track. The corresponding track will be
switched between the above three states.
Only 1 Melody track can be recorded at a time, whereas
"Accomp" track can be recorded with a Melody track
at the same time.
Style can only be recorded in "Accomp".
3. Stop Recording
When the capacity is full, the recording will be stopped
automatically when recording is in process.
Press [RECORD] button again while recording to stop
this action immediately.
Playback Recording
1. Press [PLAY/STOP] button to enter the user song
selected mode. LCD reveals the sequence number of
user's song at upper left corner, the lattice district reveals
" Play _ Song".
2. Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button to select the user song you
want to play.
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Flash
Record
3. On the left side of LCD, cursor indicates the track where
data has been recorded. If there's data on this track, the
cursor will be lightened. Otherwise the cursor will not be
lighted.
4. To disable a track with data, simply press the button of
selected track and cursor will be darkened. This track
will not sound when the song is played.
5. Press [PLAY/STOP] button again to play the user song.
If there is no user song when you press [PLAY/STOP],
LCD will display "NULL" temporarily.
Null
6. Press [START/STOP] button to stop the song.
Delete Recording
1. Press [PLAY/STOP] button to enter the user song
selected mode.
2. Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button to select the user song
you want to delete.
3. Press [RECORD] button, LCD will display "DelUser".
4. Press [+/YES] button to delete the current user song
When complete, LCD displays " OK! ", the cursor of the
track will all darken simultaneously.
-/NO
+/YES
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Style Record
Style record allows users to record, produce and compile a new rhythm. The built-in rhythm of the electronic
organ regards all chord types as CM7 in the base, thus please be advised to regard CM7 as the fundamental
key while producing your own rhythm. 3 styles can be recorded and these will be kept after the power is off.
The recorded style may then be used as a built-in rhythm to perform your own song.
Before recording and producing a rhythm, you need to choose a template rhythm as the base rhythm. This
template rhythm can be chosen from any of the existing 200 styles. The style must be recorded by paragraph
and by track. After finishing recording a track of a paragraph, you may proceed to record a different track of
the same paragraph or a track of a different paragraph.
Structure of a Rhythm:
Rhythm includes 8 paragraphs at most:
Main _ A
Main _ B
Intro _ M (major prelude)
Intro _ m (ditty prelude)
Fill _ A (insert in a)
Fill _ B (insert in b)
Ending _ M(major)
Ending _ m. Each(minor)
Each paragraph includes 8 tracks at most (voice part):
Rhythm sub (rhythm subsidiary)
Rhythm main, bass
Chord 1 (symphonic 1)
Chord 2 (symphonic 2)
Chord 3 (symphonic 3)
Phrase 1
Phrase 2
Attention:
If electricity is lost during style recording, the recording data will be lost.
Start Style Record
Press [STYLE RECORD] button to enter style record.
There are 5 major menus in each style record function.
Navigate the menus by pressing [FUNCTION / NEXT] or
[FUNCTION/BACK] and press [+/YES] or [-/NO] button
to choose the parameter.
At any moment of style recording state, pressing
[STYLE RECORD] button again will withdraw from the
recording state. The data will not be saved.
STYLE
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
-/NO
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+/YES
NEXT
Style Record
Record a new Style
1. Press [FUNCTION / NEXT] to enter
choice menu.
LCD now displays "Record".
STYLE
MIXER
BACK
There are 5 submenus in this menu:
Record, Copy, Quantization, Edit and
Delete. If a new song is being recorded,
only Record and Copy are available.
Turn the dual or press [+/YES], [-/NO]
to select the state.
2. Press [FUNCTION / NEXT] to enter
record mode menu.
LCD now displays "Overdub".
FUNCTION
MIXER
NEXT
FUNCTION
BACK
STYLE
NEXT
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to select a recording mode.
2 options for recording mode: overdub
and replace.
In Overdub, the note of the template
will be kept while the newly recorded
note will be added on top of the
template.
In Replace, the note of the rhythm
recording track of the templates will
be deleted while all notes need to be
inputted again.
STYLE
-/NO
MIXER
3. Press [FUNCTION / NEXT] to enter
rhythm selection menu.
+/YES
FUNCTION
BACK
STYLE
NEXT
STYLE
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to select a template rhythm.
-/NO
+/YES
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Style Record
4. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to
enter the paragraph menu.
MIXER
FUNCTION
STYLE
BACK
NEXT
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to select the paragraph of
rhythm: Main _ A, Main _ B, Intro _ M,
Intro _ m, Fill _ A, Fill _ B, Ending _ M,
Ending _ m.
STYLE
-/NO
5. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to
enter the paragraph menu.
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to select the track:
Rhythm sub, Rhythm main, bass,
chord 1, chord 2, chord 3, phrase 1,
phrase 2.
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MIXER
+/YES
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
STYLE
STYLE
-/NO
+/YES
Style Record
6. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter the record ready page.
STYLE
Beat now flashes, indicating ready to record.
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
Flash together
NEXT
7. Press [START/STOP] button to begin recording.
STYLE
Template rhythm begins to play in a loop of the selected
paragraph. Use the keyboard to input the notes, the note
that has just been inputed will be played in the next loop.
The notes can be input repeatedly while template plays in
a loop. The note will be replaced if a different note is input
while the template is playing in the next loop.
STYLE
8. Press [START/STOP] button to stop the recording.
Record ready page is resumed with beat now flashing
again.
Flash together
If another paragraph or track needs to be recorded, simply
use the [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to go back to step 4 or
5 and repeat the remaining steps.
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Style Record
Copy a Style
1. Fist select an empty user style space.
Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to
enter choice menu.
STYLE
-/NO
+/YES
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to choose "Copy " .
2. .Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to
enter rhythm selection menu.
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to select a user style that
needs to be copied.
3. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to
enter next menu.
MIXER
LCD now displays: "Sure? " .
STYLE
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
STYLE
Press [+/YES] if yes, otherwise press
[-/NO] to return to previous menu.
STYLE
4. If pressed[+/YES], copy is now
completed.
-/NO
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+/YES
Style Record
Quantify a Style
As timing of the recording may not be as accurate as it should be, Quantization helps users to correct the timing
by aligning the notes to the exact beat. we'd suggest choosing the shortest note of the piece as the quantization
precision for best result. If a lower quantization precision is chosen, for example choosing a quarter note as the
precision when the shortest note is a 16th, the note with the short duration may be filtered.
1. Select the user style that needs to be
quantified.
Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter
choice menu.
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to choose "Quantify" (if there
is no data in user style, this menu can
not be selected).
2. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter
Quantization Precision menu.
STYLE
-/NO
MIXER
+/YES
FUNCTION
BACK
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the dial to select quantization precision.
Precision includes 1/4 (quarter), 1/3
(Quarter Triplet), 1/8 (Eighth), 1/8
(Eighth Triplet), 1/16 (Sixteenth), 1/16
(sixteenth Triplet), 1/32 (32nd), 1/32
(32nd Triplet).
STYLE
NEXT
Quantization Precision value
3. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter
the paragraph menu.
STYLE
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to select the paragraph of
rhythm: Main _ A, Main _ B, Intro _ M,
Intro _ m, Fill _ A, Fill _ B, Ending _ M,
Ending _ m.
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
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Style Record
4. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter
the Track menu.
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or turn
the DIAL to select the track: Rhythm
sub, Rhythm main, bass, chord 1,
chord 2, chord 3, phrase 1, phrase 2.
STYLE
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
5. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter
next menu.
MIXER
FUNCTION
STYLE
LCD now displays "Sure?".
BACK
NEXT
The original time and length of note
will not be recoverable after
quantization.
Press [+/YES] if yes. Style will be
quantified accordingly. Otherwise,
press [-/NO] to return to previous
menu.
STYLE
6. LCD displays "Complete". The
recorded style will now be played with
immaculate precision.
-/NO
+/YES
Edit a Style
Select the style that needs to be
editted.
1. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter choice menu.
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or
turn the DIAL to choose " Edit ".
2. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to modify tempo.
STYLE
-/NO
MIXER
+/YES
FUNCTION
BACK
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or
turn the DIAL to modify tempo.
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NEXT
STYLE
Style Record
3. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter page of the rename of
style name (full name).
MIXER
STYLE
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
Keyboard & Character Relative Table
File name includes 1-8 characters to
be input it with the keyboard.
Explanation:
[SHIFT]:
26 letters will be displayed with
capital letter by pressing the keyboard in letter area directly.
To display small letter, press the
[SHIFT] key hold on.
[DELETE]:
when the flashing cursor is at the
last character (the eighth bit),press
it to erase the current character.
Otherwise, it will erase the left
character.
4. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter page of the abbreviation
of style name.
Only 8 characters or digits can be
entered.
5. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter next menu.
[BACK]:
move the current cursor to the left.
[NEXT]:
move the current cursor to the right.
STYLE
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
MIXER
NEXT
FUNCTION
BACK
STYLE
NEXT
LCD now displays "Save? "
Press [+/YES] if yes, otherwise
press [-/NO] to return to previous
menu.
STYLE
-/NO
+/YES
6. If pressed [+/YES] , edit is now
completed.
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Style Record
Delete a style
Select the user style that needs to
be deleted.
STYLE
1. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter choice menu.
-/NO
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or
turn the DIAL to choose " Delete ".
2. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter Paragraph Selection
page.
+/YES
STYLE
MIXER
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or
turn the DIAL to select the paragraph
that needs to be deleted.
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
If All is selected, the menu will jump
to step 4.
3. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter Track Selection page.
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
STYLE
NEXT
Press [+/YES], [-/NO] button or
turn the DIAL to select the track
that needs to be deleted.
If All is selected, the rhythm will be
deleted.
MIXER
4. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button
to enter next menu.
FUNCTION
BACK
STYLE
NEXT
LCD now displays " Sure? ".
Press [+/YES] if yes, other Press
[-/NO] to return to previous menu.
5. If pressed [+/YES] , Delete of the
track is now completed.
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STYLE
-/NO
+/YES
Song
Total of 100 songs, in which there are 10 piano songs.
Each song can be practiced in LESSON mode. (See
appendix: page 62)
1. START/STOP the song:
Press [SONG] button to enter the song mode. It will play
all songs in a loop.
Press [START/STOP] button to start / stop playing the
song, but it will not quit the song mode.
STYLE
2. Loop:
The 2nd time you start playing the song by pressing
[START/STOP] button, it will play current song repeatedly.
VOICE
SONG
3. Select the song:
Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or DIAL to select the song
you want.
4. Song control:
Introductory beat:
Before the song start playing, the keyboard has the
introductory beat, the measure starts from negative value.
It begins to play the song when the measure goes to 1.
-/NO
+/YES
REW,FF and PAUSE:
When the song is playing, press [
] button to fast
forward the song.
Press [ ] to rewind the song (base on the measure),
press [ ] to pause the playing song.
Song repeat
When playing the song, press [REPEAT A/B] button to
set the location of loop begin and loop end to the current
song. Press the [REPEAT A/B] to set the loop begin,
and press the [REPEAT A/B] twice to set the loop end.
When in loop status, press [REPEAT A/B] again to quit
to loop playing status.
When the song is stopped, press [STYLE], [CHORD
DICTIONARY], [VOICE], [DUAL] or [LOWER] will exit
the song mode.
The user song do not have the function of REW, FF and
PAUSE.
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Song
Lesson Mode
LESSON 1
Lesson 1- Practice an timing
LESSON 1
1.
2.
LESSON 1
LESSON 1
LESSON 1
3.
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Song
Lesson 2- Practice a note accuracy
Press [LESSON] button again to enter the lesson 2 mode.
Evaluation is based on accuracy of note playing. Accuracy
of time value will not be considered as the song will only
continue to the next when the correct note is played.
LESSON 2
1. Press [START/STOP ] button to begin.
2. If [R] is selected, only the left hand will be played
automatically until the first note on right hand is played.
The song will not proceed until the correct note is played.
If [L] is selected, only the right hand will be played.
The song will not proceed until the notes of the left hand
is played correctly.
If [L] and [R] are selected, the song will proceed only
when the notes of left and right hand are played correctly.
3. Once completed, the result of evaluation will be voiced.
Lesson 3
Press [LESSON] button in LESSON 2 to enter the
LESSON 3 mode.
In this mode, evaluation is based on correction of the
time value and note.
LESSON 3
1. Press [START/STOP ] button to begin.
2. If [R] is selected, the melody in the right hand will be muted.
Unlike lesson 1, the correct note must be played to produce
correct melody.
If [L] is selected, the chord / melody in the left hand will be
muted. Unlike lesson 1, the correct chord or melody must
be played to produce correct chord or melodic line.
If [L] and [R] are selected, the left hand and right hand will
both be muted, only the accompaniment will sound.
Both hands must be played correctly to produce correct
song.
3. Once completed, the result of evaluation will be voiced.
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Chord Dictionary
If you know the name of a chord but don't know how to play it, you can use the Chord Dictionary function.
1. DICT 1 (CHORD LEARNING MODE)
Press and hold the [CHORD
DICT./R] button for longer
than 2 seconds to enter DICT
1 mode.
In this mode, the keys above
C4 are used to assign the
Chord Type, the keys above
C6 are used to assign the
Chord Root.
When the Chord Type and
Chord Root is confirmed, The
LCD will display the Chord
and its keyboard position.
For example, if we want to
play a Cm7 Chord. Press the
C key in the section of the
keyboard labeled CHORD
ROOT. (The note does not
note sound) the root note
you set will be shown on the
display.
Press the m7 key in the
section of the keyboard which
has labeled CHORD TYPE
(The note does not sound).
The notes you should pay
for the specified chord (root
not and chord type) are
shown in the display as the
notation and also in the
keyboard diagram.
Individual notes
Notation of chord Chord name
of chord (keyboard)
(root and type)
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Chord Dictionary
When the Chord Type and Chord Root are confirmed,
the LCD will display the chord and its keyboard position.
A bell sound will be heard when you play it correctly.
Individual notes
Notation of chord Chord name
of chord (keyboard)
(root and type)
2. DICT 2 (CHORD TEST MODE)
Press [R] button again to enter DICT 2 mode. The chord
area on the LCD will display a random chord , while the
keyboard position doesn't display anything on LCD.
When you play the correct chord within 3 seconds,
the next chord (random) will be displayed on LCD to
wait for the correct chord playing, if not, LCD displays the
corresponding keyboard position automatically.
Press [R] button for the third time to turn off chord dictionary.
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Chord Dictionary
24 chords will be displayed in the dictionary mode as follows:
Chord Root:
Note
Chord Root
C6
C #6
C
Note
#
F 6
Chord Root
F #/ G
C #/D
G6
G
D6
D
A 6
A /G
E 6
E /D
A6
A
E6
E
B6
B /A
F6
F
B6
B
Note
Chord Type
#
#
#
Chord Type:
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Note
Chord Type
C4
M
C5
7(b9)
C# 4
M(9)
C# 5
7(9)
D4
6
D5
7(#9)
b
E 4
mM7
E 5
7(b13)
E4
M7
E5
7(13)
F4
m
F5
7( #11)
F#4
m(9)
F #5
dim7
G4
m6
G5
dim
Ab4
m7(9)
A 5
7aug
A4
m7
A5
aug
B 4
m7b5
B 5
7sus4
B4
7
B5
sus4
Pedal
Foot Switch
The keyboard can assign the pedal in function menu.
(See FUNCTION)
MIXER
FUNCTION
BACK
NEXT
PEDAL SUSTAIN
If pedal assign is set as "pedal sustain", it will activate the
sustain effect when you step the pedal.
PEDAL SOFT
If pedal assign is set as "pedal soft", it will activate the
soft effect when you step the pedal.
PEDAL START/STOP
If pedal assign is set as "pedal ST/S", the pedal will have
the same function as [START/STOP] button.
PEDAL MEMORY SELECT
If pedal assign is set as "pedal mem", it will load the next
memory parameter when you step the pedal.
Volume Pedal
You can step the volume pedal to control the volume.
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MIDI Function
What is MIDI
1. MIDI stands for "Musical Instrument Digital Interface",
that is the standard interface between a PC and other
electronic instrument(s).
2. USB connection can be used for midi data transference
with computer or other USB host devices that support
USB audio device with an USB cable.
3. The keyboard can be connected to the PC or other
USB host device with an USB interface.
While a recording is playing back and a style
is playing, you can not use the MIDI IN
function, or the song you are playing will have
error occurs for the same channel.
4. Use the keyboard as a tone generator, the data (MIDI)
recorded on the PC or other USB host devices can be
played on the keyboard.
USB Connection
1. System Requirements
CPU: 300 MHz or higher, Pentium 2
Memory: 64MB or more
Hard Disk: at least 2 MB of free base
OS: WINDOWS 2000/XP
2. The Method of Connection
Connect a standard USB cable between the rear-panel
of the USB jack of the instrument and the USB jack
on your computer (USB cable sold separately).
3. USB Precautions
Please observe the following precautions when connecting the instrument to a computer via a USB cable.
Failure to do so can cause the instrument and/or the
computer to hang up(freeze), possibly causing
corruption or losing the data.
If the instrument or computer does hang up, turn the
power of both devices off and then turn it on again
after a few seconds.
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CAUTIONS!
Activate the computer from a sleep/
suspended/standby mode before connecting
the USB cable.
Connect the USB cable to the instrument and
a computer before turning the power of the
instrument on.
MIDI Function
MIDI Connection
Connection rule
In midi connection, the equipment which control another
one is called "Host equipment", while another is called
"Affiliated equipment".
The host equipment's MIDI OUT connects with affiliated
equipment's MIDI IN
Note that MIDI OUT cannot connect with MIDI IN on the
same equipment.
The method of connection
Connect the MIDI interface with PC.
Connect the MIDI interface with the other MIDI interface.
MIDI Application
1. The keyboard can control other equipments or electronic instruments.
2. Some equipments can be used to control the keyboard.
3. PC recorded data (MIDI) can be played on the keyboard.
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Specifications
LCD display
Keys
Polyphony
Multi-functional LCD
61 keys with Touch Response
64-note polyphony(max)
Voice
Style
Song
600 Voices.
Demo
2 Demos
223 Styles, including 3 user styles.
100 Songs
Power on/off, Volume, Accomp Volume +/-,Tempo +/-, Lesson, L&R,
Chord Dictionary, Mixer, Function Back/Next, Voice, Style, Song,
O.T.S. , M1-M6, Store, Bank, Start/Stop
, Sync Start
, Sync Stop,
Intro/End/Repeat A/B, Fill A
, Fill B
, FADE, A.B.C.
Record, Style Record, Play/Stop, Accomp, Melody 1, Melody 2, Melody 3
Melody 4, Melody 5, Dual, Split, Touch,Sustain, DSP, Demo,
Transpose +/- , Octave +/-, +/YES,-/NO, Piano, Metronome
Control button
Accompaniment Control
Start/Stop
, Sync Start
, Sync Stop,
Intro/End/Repeat A/B, Fill A
, Fill B
, FADE,
Record Function
Record, Style Record, Play/Stop, Accomp, Melody 1, Melody 2, Melody 3
Melody 4, Melody 5
Panel Memory
Connectors
Speaker
Dimension
Weight
48 Memory Storage
DC Power, Headphones, Aux.Out, Sustain, Volume, USB,
MIDI IN/OUT/THRU
4 10w x 2 ; 4 25w x 2
970(L)x390(W)x160(H)mm
9kg
Accessories
Adaptor, Music Rest, Manual
All specifications and appearances are subject to change without notice.
Trouble Shooting
Problem
Possible Cause and Solution
No matter the instrument is turned on or off, a popping
sound will be temporarily produced.
This is normal and indicates that the instrument
is receiving electrical power.
There is no sound even when the keyboard is played or
when a song or style is being played.
The volume is too soft.
The sound quality is poor.
The rhythm stops unexpectedly or not responding.
The recorded data of the song is not playing correctly.
The LCD display suddenly goes dark, and all panel
settings are reset.
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Check if any cable or headphone is connected to
the PHONES jack on the rear panel. When a set
of headphonesis plugged into this jack, no sound
is output.
Check AC supply voltage is whether low.
Appendix 1-Voice List
No
Name
Piano
041 Velocity Crossfade E.P. 2
041 Layered E.P. 1
No
Name
084 Vibraphone 1 / W
001
Stereo Grand Piano 1
044 Layered E.P. 2
085 Vibraphone 2 / W
002
Stereo Grand Piano 2
045 Nylon E.P.
086 Vibraphone & Bell
003
Stereo Grand Piano / W
046 Warm E.P.
087 Vibraphone & Harpsichord
004
Grand Piano / W
047 Cloudy E.P.
088 Marimba 1
005
Stereo Piano Dark
048 Grand Harpsichord
089 Marimba 2
006
Octave Piano 1
049 Harpsichord 1
090 Marimba / W
007
Octave Piano 2
050 Harpsichord 2
091 SinMarimba
008
Synth Piano
051 Harpsichord 1 / W
092 Stereo Marimba
009
Dreamscape
052 Harpsichord 2 / W
093 Marim ba & Vibraphone
053 Harpsichord Octave 1
094 Wood Drum
010 Pi ano & Strings
011
Piano & Choir
054 Harpsichord Octave 2
095 Xylophone 1
012
Acoustic Grand Piano
055 Harpsichord Release
096 Xylophone 2
013
Stereo Bright Piano
056 Harpsikd / O
097 Tubular Bells 1
014
Bright Piano 1
057 Piano & Harpschord
098 Tubular Bells 2
015
Bright Piano 2
058 Stereo Clavichord
016
Bright Piano 1 / W
059 Clavichord 1
017
Bright Piano 2 / W
060 Clavichord 2
018
Detuned Piano
061 Clavichord 1 / W
019
Chorus Piano
062 Clavichord 2 / W
020
Velocity Crossfade Piano
063 Clavichord Wah
021
Piano Pad
064 Punchy Clavichord
022
Piano & Vibraphone
023
Electric Grand Piano
065 Celesta 1
024
Stereo Honk-Tonk
066 Celesta 2
025
Honky -Tonk
067 Birght Celeasta
026
Honky -Tonk Dark
068 Celesta & Sine
027
Honky-Tonk 1 / W
069 Reecho Bell
028
Honky -Tonk 2 / W
070 Celesta & Music Box
029
Stereo Hard E.P.
071 Glockenspiel 1
030
Detuned E.P. 1
072 Glockenspiel 2
031
Detuned E.P. 2
073 Glockenspiel & Sine
032
E Piano 1
074 Glockenspiel & Celesta
033
E Piano 2
075 Music Box 1
034
E.Piano 1 / W
076 Music Box 2
118 Slow Rotary Organ
035
E.Piano 2 / W
077 Music Box 3
119 Detuned Church Organ
036
E.Piano 3 / W
078 Toy Box
120 Church Organ 1
037
E.Piano 4 / W
079 Music Box & Harp
121 Church Organ 2
038
Hard E.P.
080 Stereo Vibrapho
122 Octave Church Organ
038
Soft E.P.
081 Rigid Vibraphone
123 Stereo Reed Organ
039
Deep E.P.
082 Vibraphone 1
124 Reed Organ
040
Velocity Crossfade E.P. 1
083 Vibraphone 2
125 Accordion 1
Mallet
099 Tubular Bells 3
100 Dulcimer
101 Santur
102 Shorty
Organ
103 Drawbar Organ Stereo
104 Soft Stereo Drawbar Organ
105 Mellow Drawbar Organ
106 Drawbar Organ
107 Drawbar Organ Detuned
108 Bright Drawbar Organ
109 1960 Drawbar Organ
110 1970 Percussive Organ
111 Percussive Organ 1
112 Percussive Organ 2
113 Light Click Organ
114 Percussive Organ Detuned
115 Stereo Rotary Organ
116 Rock Organ
117 Rotary Organ
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Appendix 1- Voice List
Name
No
Name
168 Stereo Muted G.T.
210 Fretless Bass Detuned 2
127 Accordion 3
169 OverDriven G.T. 1
211 Fretless Bass Detuned 3
128 Chorus Accordion
170 OverDriven G.T. 2
212 Slap Bass 1
129 Mustte
171 Detuned Overdriven G.T.
213 Slap Bass 2
130 Accord ItSolo
172 Distortion G.T. 1
214 Slap Bass 3
131 Harmonica 1
173 Distorted G.T. 2
215 Slap Bass 4
132 Harmonica 2
174 Feed backG.T. 1
216 Power Slap Bass
133 Detuned Harmonica
175 Feed backG.T. 2
217 Lash Thumb Bass
134 Sweet Harmonica
176 Distorted Rhythm G.T.
218 Resonant Slap Bass
135 Tango Accordion
177 5th Distortion
219 Velocity Switch Slap Bass
178 Distortion G.T. Octave
220 Synth Bass 1
136 Nylon G.T. 1
179 Stereo Distorted G.T.
221 Synth Bass 2
137 Nylon G.T. 2
180 G.T. Harmonics 1
222 Synth Bass 3
138 Nylon G.T. / R
181 G.T. Harmonics 2
223 Synth Bass 4
Guitar
139 Velocity Nylon G.T.
Bass
224 Synth Bass 5
140 Detuned Nylon G.T.
182 Acoustic Bass 1
225 Super Synth Bass
141 Chorus Nylon G.T.
183 Acoustic Bass 2
226 Tech Synth Bass
142 Bright Nylon G.T.
184 Acoustic Bass Detuned
227 Synth Bass / O
143 Steel G.T. 1
185 Acoustic Bass Filter
228 Fast Syntonic Bass
144 Steel G.T. 2
186 Jazz Style
l G.T.
145 Detuned Stee
187 A.Bass & Mute G.T.
229 The ViOlin
146 Velocity Steel G.T.
188 Resonant Bass
230 Violin 1
147 Velocity Steel G.T.(Fx)
189 Velocity Crossfade Bass
231 Violin 2
148 Pedal Steel G.T.
190 Wah Bass 1
232 Violin 3
149 Velocity Pedal Steel G.T.
191 Wah Bass 2
233 Mono Violin
150 12 String G.T.
192 Finger Bass 1
234 Octave Violin
151 Chorus Steel G.T.
193 Finger Bass 2
235 Electric Violin
152 Nylon & Steel G.T.
194 Detuned Finger Bass
236 Slow Violin
153 Jazz G.T. 1
195 Dark Finger Bass
237 Two Violin
154 Jazz G.T. 2
196 Jazz Bass
238 Soft Violin
155 Mellow G.T.
197 Resonant Finger Bass
239 Largo Violin
198 Velocity Bass
240 Viola 1
199 Velocity Finger Bass (FX)
241 Viola 2
200 Bass & Distorted Elec Guitar
242 Viola 3
201 Pick Bass 1
243 Dark Viola
202 Pick Bass 2
244 Cello 1
203 Mute Pick Bass
245 Cello 2
204 Detuned Pick bass
246 Cello 3
205 Fretless Bass 1
247 Cello 4
206 Fretless Bass 2
248 Celloen 16'
207 1990 Bass
249 Chamber Music
208 Fretless Bass & Sine
250 Contrabass 1
209 Fretless Bass Detuned 1
251 Contrabass 2
156 Velocity Jazz G.T.
157 Jazz G.T. Detuned
158 Clean G.T. 1
159 Clean G.T. 2
160 Clean G.T. 3
161 Stereo Clean G.T.
162 Velocity Clean G.T.
163 Chorus Clean G.T.
164 Muted G.T. 1
165 Muted G.T. 2
166 Funk G.T.
167 Jazz Boy
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No
No
Name
126 Accordion 2
Strings
Appendix 1- Voice list
No
Name
252 Tremolo Strings 1
No
Name
294 Echo Synth Voice
No
Name
336 Synth Brass 2
253 Tremolo Strings 2
295 Orchestra Hit 1
337 Synth Brass 3
254 Slow Tremolo Strings 1
296 Orchestra Hit 2
338 Synth Brass 4
255 Slow Tremolo Strings 2
297 Orchestra Hit Octave
339 Synth Brass 5
256 Pizzicato Strings 1
298 Orchestra Hit Stereo
340 Leap Brass
257 Pizzicato Strings 2
299 6th Orchestra Hit
341 Octave Synth Brass
258 Octave Pizzicato
Brass
342 Synth Brass & Strings 1
259 Orchestral Harp 1
300 Trumpet 1
343 Synth Brass & Strings 2
260 Orchestral Harp 2
301 Trumpet 2
344 Echo Brass
261 Ve locity City
302 Trumpet 3
345 Sooth Brass
262 Africa
303 Dark Trumpet
263 Timpani 1
304 Resonant Trumpet
346 Soprano Sax 1
264 Timpani 2
305 Sweet Trumpet
347 Soprano Sax 2
306 Wah Trumpet
348 Soprano Sax Soft
265 The Strings
307 Trombone 1
349 Solw Soprano Sax
266 Synth Strings 1
308 Trombone 2
350 Sweet Soprano Sax
267 Synth Strings 2
309 Trombone 3
351 Alto Sax
268 Synth Strings 3
310 Dark Trombone
352 Alto Sax & Breath
269 Synth Strings 4
311 Strings & Trombone
353 Super Alto Sax
270 Synth Strings 5
312 Tuba 1
354 Sax Band
271 Strings Ensemble 1
313 Tuba 2
355 Folk Sax
272 Strings Ensemble 2
314 Tuba Solo
356 Tenor Sax
273 Resonant Strings
315 Soft Tuba
357 Baritone Sax
274 Stereo Slow Strings
316 Muted Trumpet 1
358 Baritone Sax & Breath
275 Slow Strings
317 Muted Trumpet 2
359 Oboe 1
276 Sforzato Strings
318 French Horn 1
360 Oboe 2
278 Orchestra
319 French Horn 2
361 Sweet Oboe
278 Legato Strings
320 Soft Horn
362 English Horn 1
279 Arco Strings
321 Stereo French Horn
363 English Horn 2
280 1960 Strings
322 5th Horn Orchestr
364 Analog Horns
281 1970 Strings
323 Brass Section 1
365 Woodwinds
282 Solo Strings
324 Brass Section 2
366 Bassoon 1
283 Choir Aahs 1
325 Brass Section 3
367 Bassoon 2
284 Choir Aahs 2
326 Brass Section 4
368 Clarinet 1
285 Choir Aahs3
327 Brass Section Octave
369 Clarinet 2
286 Mellow Choir
328 Brass Swell
287 Stereo Choir Aahs 1
329 Brassband
370 Piccolo
288 Stereo Choir Aahs 2
330 Bright Brass Section
371 Flute
289 Strings Choir
331 Dark Brass
372 Jazz Flute
290 Voice Oohs 1
332 Mute Brass Ensemble
373 Recorder
291 Voice Oohs 2
333 SforzatoBrass
374 Sweet Pan Flute
292 Synth Voice 1
334 Stereo Brass & Strings
375 Pan Flute
293 Synth Voice 2
335 Synth Brass 1
376 Dark Pan Flute
Strings Ensembl
Reed
Pipe
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Appendix 1- Voice List
No
Name
377 Blown Bottle
No
418
Name
PWM Pad
No
458
Name
Sitar
378 Shakuhachi
419
Sine Pad
459
Detuned Sitar
379 Whistle 1
420
Warmly Pad
460
Banjo
380 Whistle 2
421
Horn Pad
461
Shamisen
381 Ocarina
422
Pad 3 (Polysynth)
462
Koto
423
Click Pad
463
Kalimba
382 Lead 1 (square)
424
Analog Pad
464
Bagpipe
383 Square
425
Poly Pad
465
Fiddle
384 Lead Sine
426
Poly Synth Pad
466
Shanai
385 Slow Square Lead
427
Pad 4 (choir)
386 Sine Solo
428
Choi r Pad 2
467
Tinkle Bell
387 Square Lead 1
429
Pad 5 (bowed)
468
Agogo
388 Square Lead 2
430
Bowed Pad 2
469
Steel Drums
389 Thick Square
431
Pad 6 (metallic)
470
Wood Block
390 Corrie
432
Metallic Pad 2
471
Taiko Drum
391 Quint
433
Pan Pad
472
Melodic Tom
392 2 Oscillators Lead
434
Pad 7 (halo)
473
Synth Drum
393 Sawtooth Lead 1
435
Halo Pad 2
474
Reverse Cymba l
394 Sawtooth Lead 2
436
Pad 8 (sweep)
395 Wavy Sawtooth
437
Sweep Pad 2
475
Guitar Fret Noise
396 Lead 2 (sawtooth)
438
Dipolar Pad
476
Breath Noise 1
397 Solw Saw
439
Rising
477
Stream
398 Super Analog
440
Congregate
478
Helicopter 2
Effects
479
Seashore 1
Lead
399 Synther
Percussive
Sound Effects
400 Heavy Sawtooth
441
FX1 (rain)
480
Telephone Ring 2
401 Bauble Lead
442
FX2 (soundtrack)
481
OpenDoor
402 PWM 4th
443
Progenitor
482
Starship
403 Lead 3 (calliope)
444
Prelude
483
CloseDoor
404 Lead 4 (chiff)
445
FX3 (crystal)
484
Siren
405 Lead 5 (charang)
446
FX4 (atmsphere)
485
Gunshot 2
406 Lead 6 (voice)
447
Warm Air
486
Rise2
407 Voice Lead
448
FX5 (brightness)
487
Bird Tweet
408 Lead 7 (fifths)
449
Smog
488
Ambulance
450
FX6 (goblins)
489
Rise1
410 Fifth Lead
451
Choir Bell
490
Fall
411 Lead 8 (Bass & Lead)
452
FX7 (echoes)
491
Seashore 2
412 Massiness
453
Reecho Pan
492
Bird 1
413 Bass Lead
454
Large Pan
493
Clop
Pad
455
Echordrzz Slow
494
Wind
414 Pad 1 (newage)
456
Fantasyland
495
Cattle
415 Slow Square
457
FX8 (sci-fi)
496
Horse
Ethnic
497
Telephone Ring 1
498
Bird
409
Fifths Lead Soft
416 New Year Pad
417 Pad2 (warm)
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Appendix 1- Voice List
No
Name
No
Name
No
Name
499 Breath Noise 2
541 Stereo Strings & Piano
583
Lusheng
500 Heartbeat
542 Orchestra
584
Xiao
501 Laugh
543 Full Strings 1
585
Xun
502 Applause 2
544 Full Strings 2
586
Suona
503 Helicopter 1
545 Symphonic
587
Guanzi
504 Fire
546 Stereo Choir & Strings
588
Houguan
505 Punch
547 Trombone & Stereo Strings
589
Huang
506 ScratchCut
548 Club Brass
590
Paixiao
507 Fight 1
549 Woodwinds & Strings
508 Shot
550 Pan Flute & Strings Pad
591
Standard Kit
Chinese Instrument
Room Kit
Power Kit
509 Fight 2
Drum Set
510 Applause 1
551 Guzheng
592
593
511 Sheep
552 Guzheng Harmonic
594
Electronic Kit
512 Firework
553 Guzheng / Harmonic
595
Analog Kit
513 Lion
554 Yueqin
596
Jazz Kit
514 Frog
555 Yangqin
597
Brush Kit
515 Bird 2
556 Yangqin Tremolo
598
Orchestra Kit
516 Dog
557 Yangqin / Tremolo
599
SFX Kit
517 Spring
558 Sanxian
600
Chinese Kit
518 Gunshot 1
559 Sanxian Tremolo
519 Gunshot 3
560 Sanxian / Tremolo
520 Laser Gun
561 Daruan
521 Drip
562 Midiruan
522 Siren 2
563 Guqin
Combined Voice
564 Pipa
523 Stereo Piano & Strings Pad
565 Pipa Tremolo
524 Stereo Piano & Choir
566 Pipa / Tremolo
525 Piano & Warm Pad
567 Liuqin
526 FM Electric Piano
568 Rewapu
527 Old Electric Piano
569 Duxianqin
528 Digital Piano
570 Banhu
529 E.Piano & Strings
571 Zhonghu
530 Harpsichord & Stereo Strings
572 Erhu
531 Digital Music Box
573 Gaohu
532 Serenity
574 Jinghu
533 Vibraphone & Stereo Strings
575 Erhuang
534 FM Tubular Bells
576 Zhuiqin
535 Organ & Stereo Strings
577 Bawu
536 Stereo Organ & Piano
578 Qudi
537 Accordian 2
579 Bandi
538 Power Distorted Guitar
580 Xindi
539 Dynamic Bass
581 Koudi
540 X Fade Bass
582 Hulusi
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Appendix 2- Style List
Number
Name
8BEAT
Name
038
Natural Ballad
Number
078
Name
Quick Step
DANCE
001
8 Beat Rock
039
Love Ballad
002
Guitar Pop 1
040
Easy Ballad
079
Down Beat
003
8 Beat 1
041
Slow Ballad
080
Techno
004
Sweet Beat
042
Folk Ballad
081
Progressive
005
8 Beat Dance
043
Pop Ballad 1
082
Rap 1
006
8 Beat Disco
044
Pop Ballad 2
083
Rap 2
007
Pop Funk
045
EP Ballad
084
Disco
008
8 Beat 2
046
New R&B Ballad
085
Soft Disco
009
60 ' s 8 Beat
ROCK
086
Disco Party
010
Rhythm & Beat
047
Slow Rock
087
70 ' s Disco
011
Miami Beat
048
70 ' s Rock & Roll
088
70 ' s Disco Funk
16BEAT
049
Folk Rock
089
Clubdance
012
16 Beat 1
050
Soft Rock
090
Euro Dance
013
Pop 16 Beat 1
051
Pop Rock
091
80 ' s Dance
014
Pop 16 Beat 2
052
Old Rock
092
Hip Hop
015
Modern 16 Beat
053
Easy Rock
093
Garage
016
16 Beat Hot
054
New Shuffle
017
16 Beat Modern
055
Rock Hip Hop
094
Jay R&B
018
16 Beat Funk
056
Rock & Roll
095
Gospel Swing
019
16 Beat 2
057
Rock1
096
Gospel
020
Cool Beat
058
Rock Shuffle
097
Funk
021
16 Beat Ballad
059
R'N'R 1
098
Electric Funk
16 Beat 3
060
Rock Shuffle
099
Groove Funk
022
023
BALLROOM
Pop Shfl
SOUL & FUNK
100
Rubber Funk
Twist1
101
Cool Funky
024
Guitar Funk
061
025
16 Beat Funk 1
062
Twist2
102
Jazz Funk
063
Big Band Fox 1
103
Groove
POP
064
Tango
026
6/8 Pop
104
Soul
065
Slow Fox 1
027
Brit. Pop 1
105
Hip Hop Soul
066
Slow Waltz 1
028
Brit. Pop 2
106
Hip Hop Beat
067
Swing Fox
029
Pop Hit
107
R&B
068
Salsa 2
030
Fusion Shuffle
108
Soul Beat
069
Cha Cha 1
031
Analog Night
109
R & B Ballad
070
Cha Cha 2
032
Guitar Pop 2
110
British Soul Pop
071
Beguine1
033
Pop beat
111
Samba Funk
072
Beguine2
034
Soft Beat
073
Rhumba 1
035
60 ' s Pop
112
Swing1
074
Samba1
036
Sting Latin
113
Swing2
075
Samba2
BALLAD
114
Jazz Brush
076
Jive
Soft Ballad
115
Latin Jazz
077
Foxtrot
116
Fusion
037
60
Number
SWING&JAZZ
Appendix 2- Style List
Number
Name
Number Name
Number
Name
117
Acid Jazz
157
Lambada
189
Polka2
118
Cool Jazz Ballad
158
Pop Cha Cha1
190
US March
119
Swing Shuffle
159
Pop Cha Cha2
191
Musette
120
Big Band 40 ' s
160
Salsa
192
French Musette
121
Big Band Medium
161
Bossa1
193
Mazurke
122
Dixieland
World
194
1-Mar
123
Acoustic Jazz
162
Enka Ballad
124
Guitar Swing
163
Laendler
195
ORIENTAL
Dan g dut1
125
Ragtime
164
Hawaiian
196
Dan g dut2
126
Modern Jazz Ballad
165
Sirtake
197
Dan g dut3
127
Swing Ballad
166
Venezia
198
Dan g dut4
128
Big Band Bal lad
167
6/8 Flipper
199
Dan g dut5
129
Orchestra Swing
168
New Age
200
Dan g dut6
COUNTRY
169
Tarantella
130
Bluegrass
170
Scottish
201
Daizu Folk
131
Country 8 Beat
171
Norteno
202
Xinjiang Dance
132
Modern Country
Waltz
203
New Folk1
133
Country Pop1
172
Waltz
204
New F ol k2
134
Country Pop2
173
Old Waltz
205
Jiangnan F ol k1
135
2/4 Country
174
English Waltz
206
Korea F ol k
136
Country
175
French Waltz
207
Kazak F ol k
137
Country Quick Steps
176
German Waltz
208
Zangzu F ol k
138
Country Rock
177
Italian Mazurka
209
Xinjiang F ol k
139
Country Fo l k
178
MariachiWaltz
210
F ol k Band1
140
Country Shuffle
179
ViennaWaltz 1
211
F ol k Band2
Latin/Latin Dance
180
Slow Waltz 2
212
Yangge
141
Bossa Nova 1
181
ViennaWaltz 2
213
Henan
142
Latin
182
Slow Waltz 1
214
Yunnan
143
Bossa Nova2
183
Jazz Waltz
215
Nei Meng Gu
144
New Reggae
TRADITIONAL
216
Jiangnan F ol k2
145
Dance Reggae
184
Polka
217
Jubilance
146
Pasodoble
185
6/8 March
218
Oriental Modern Dance
147
Lite Bossa
186
German Polka
219
Oriental
148
Latin Rock
187
Party Polka
220
Guangdong
149
Beguine
188
March
150
Slow Bolero
151
Disco Samba
152
Mambo
153
Meneito
154
Rumba1
155
Rumba2
156
Tikitikita
CHINESE FOLK
61
Appendix 3-Song List
Number
Name
CLASSICAL
001
Carmen-EntracteII
002
Annen Polka
003
004
Pianosonatan 08 IN Cm IN Pathetique
Brahms Waltz
005
Aida
006
Carmen-Prelude
007
L'Arlesienne
008
Uungarische Tanz
009
Mazurka
010
Menuett
011
Musical Moments
012
Pizzicato Polka
013
Rigoletto
014
Serenade
015
Song Without Words
016
Swan
017
Prelude To Act 2 (Swan Lake)
018
Valse (Swan lake)
019
The Happy Farmer
020
The Sleeping Beauty
021
La Traviata
022
Wiegenlied
023
Mov.2 Adagio Non Troppo Piano Sonata No.9 In D
024
Mov.1 Andante Grazioso Piano Sonata No.11 In A
[Alla TurSonata11ca]
025
Prelude In C
026
Chinese Dance
027
Emperors Waltz
028
March Militaire
029
Symphony No.40
030
Auf Flugeln Dec Gesanges
031
Arpeggione Sonata in Am
FOLK & COUNTRY
62
032
Santa Lucia
033
Country
034
Jambalaya
035
Susanna
036
Bridge
Appendix 3- Song List
Number
Name
037
Battle Hymne Of The Republic
038
The Old Gray Mare
039
American Patrol
040
In The Rain
041
GOLDEN & POP
042
On London Bridge
043
Are You Lonesome Tonight
044
Only You
045
End Of The World
046
House Of Rising Sun
047
Solveig
048
The Blue-Bells Of Scotland
049
Over The Rainbow
050
Beautiful Dreamer
051
It S Been A Long Long Time
052
Edelweiss
053
O Sole Mio
054
Der Deitcher S Dog
055
Joy To The World
056
Silent Night
057
Ave Maria
058
Five Hundred Miles
059
Happy New Year
060
It S Beginning To Look A Lot
Like Christmas
061
Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair
062
My Bonnie
063
Song Of The Pearlfisher
064
Summer Palace
065
The StageCoach
066
Entertainer
067
Annie Laurie
068
Killing Me Softly With His Song
069
Love Is Blue
070
Last Rose Of Summer
071
The Old King Cole
s Song
JAZZ & FUSION
072
Little Brown Jug
073
Maple Leaf Rag
074
June Samba
075
Funk
63
Appendix 3- Song List
Number Name
076
I Can......
077
Sea Shore
078
Guitar&Saxphone
079
080
Blue Lunch
081
Cobweb
082
Wine
083
Jazz Old Man
084
Dark Eyes
085
Carlos
086
Sad
087
The Jazz
ORIENTAL
088
South Mud Bay
089
Give You A Rose
090
Flowin g Rill
PIANO
091
Habanera
092
Four Little Swans
093
Turkish March
094
Moseta Dance
095
Aria
096
Away In A Manger
097
Wedding March
098
Jesus, Saviour Pilot Me
099
Brave Cavalier
100
America The Beautiful
Appendix 4-Demo List
Number Name
64
001
Molihua
002
Dream of freedom
Appendix 5- Chord List
C Madd9
65
Appendix 6- MIDI Implementation Chart
Function
Transmitted
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
***********
True voice
0- 127
***********
Note
Number
Velocity:
Note on
Note off
After
Keys
Chs
Touch
PitchBend
Control
Change
Program
Change
1ch
1- 16ch
Recognized
Remarks
ALL
1- 16ch
3
3
9nH,V=1-127
9nH,V=0
0- 127
0- 127
9nH,V=1- 127
(9nH,V=0; 8nH,V=0 - 127)
0
1
5
6
7
10
11
64
65
66
67
80
81
91
93
120
121
123
Bank Select
Modul ation
Portamento Time
Data Entry
Volume
Pan
Expression
Sustain
Pedal
Portamento ON/OFF
Sostenuto Pedal
Soft Pedal
Reverb Program
Chorus Program
Reverb Level
Chorus Level
All Sound Off
Reset All Controllers
All Notes Off
True #
***********
0[ /NO]127
System Exclusive
System
Song Position
Song Select
Tune
System
Real Time
: Clock
Commands
Aux
: Local on/off
: All Notes off
Active sense
Reset
Messages
Note
Mode 1: OMNI ON , POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF , POLY
66
*1
*1
*1 When the accompaniment is started, an FAH message is transmitted.
When accompaniment is stoped, an FCH message is transmitted.
When an FAH message is received, accompaniment is started.
When an FCH message is received, accompaniment is stoped.
Mode 2 : OMNI ON , MONO O
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF , MONO X
: YES
: NO
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