Yamaha Disklavier Control Unit DKC-850 Operation Manual

Yamaha Disklavier Control Unit DKC-850 Operation Manual
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DO NOT connect this product to any power supply or
adaptor other than one described in the manual, on the
name plate, or specifically recommended by Yamaha.
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(when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered
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serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on
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place. The average life span of this type of battery is approximately five years. When replacement becomes neccessary, contact a qualified service representative to
perform the replacement.
Warning: Do not attempt to recharge, disassemble, or
incinerate this type of battery. Keep all batteries away
from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as
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However, you do have the option of having the servicer
dispose of these parts for you.
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Applies to Power Adaptor
Connecting the Plug and Cord
IMPORTANT
THE WIRES IN THE MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:
BLUE
BROWN
: NEUTRAL
: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth terminal of
the three pin plug.
CAUTION—Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
ATTENTION—L’utilisation de commandes ou de réglages, ou
l’exécution de procédures, autres que celles qui sont spécifiées ici
peuvent conduire à une exposition à des rayonnements dangereux.
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Einstellungen, oder die Anwendung von Verfahren, die nicht in
dieser Anleitung angegeben sind, kann zu gefährlicher Freisetzung
von Strahlung fü hren.
The control unit is classified as a Class 1 laser product. One of the
labels below is located on the inside of the CD drive unit.
L’unité de commande est classée produit laser de Classe 1. Une des
étiquettes ci-dessous ou une étiquette similaire se trouve à l’intérieur
du lecteur de CD.
Die Steuereinheit ist als ein Lasergerät der Klasse 1 eingestuft. Eins
der nachstehend abgebildeten Etiketts bzw. ein Etikett ähnlichen
Inhalts befindet sich im Inneren des CD-Laufwerks.
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LASER KLASSE 1
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CAUTION
- CLASS 3B VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM.
VORSICHT - SICHTBARE UND UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG
KLASSE 3B, WHEN GEÖFFNET.
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.
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Laser Diode Properties
* Material: GaAIAs
* Wavelength: 783 nm
* Laser Output Power at the lens of the Laser Pickup Unit: max.
130.7 mW
Propriétés de la diode à semi-conducteur
* Matériau : GaAlAs
* Longueur d’ondes : 783 nm
* Puissance de sortie laser à la lentille du capteur laser : 130.7 mW
max.
Eigenschaften der Laserdiode
* Werkstoff: GaAlAs
* Wellenlänge: 783 nm
* Laserausgangsleistung an Abtasterlinse: 130.7 mW max.
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COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT
(DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURE)
Responsible Party
Address
Telephone
Fax
Type of Equipment
Model Name
: Yamaha Corporation of America
: 6600 Orangethorpe Avenue, Buena Park, CA 90620 USA
: 1-714-522-9011
: 1-714-522-9301
: Player Piano Control Unit
: DKC-850
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
See user manual instructions if interference to radio reception is suspected.
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly
approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied
with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use
this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital
devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential
environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not
installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic
devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be
the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of
the following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to
coaxial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If
you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe
Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
English
Disklavier Control Unit DKC-850
Operation manual
Welcome to the Yamaha DisklavierTM!
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha Disklavier control unit!
This control unit is a fascinating instrument that integrates a classic Yamaha acoustic piano with innovative
electronics to suit your entertainment, educational, and creative needs, while retaining the tone, touch and
long-term value that have long made Yamaha pianos the world’s finest.
English
Before using your Disklavier control unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future
reference.
■ Notes on Source Code Distribution
For three years after the factory shipment, you may request from Yamaha the source code for any portions
of the product which are licensed under the GNU General Public License by writing to the following address:
10-1 Nakazawa-cho, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, 430-8650, JAPAN
Piano Development Department, Yamaha Corporation
The source code will be provided at no charge; however, we may require you to reimburse Yamaha for the
cost of delivering the source code to you.
The source code download is also available on the following website:
http://download.yamaha.com/sourcecodes/disklavier_e3/
• Note that we shall bear no responsibility whatsoever for any damage arising from changes (additions/
deletions) made to the software for this product by a third party other than Yamaha (or party authorized by
Yamaha).
• Note that re-use of source code released to the public domain by Yamaha is unguaranteed, and Yamaha
shall not bear any responsibility whatsoever for the source code.
■ Trademarks & Copyrights
• The contents of this operation manual and the copyrights thereof are under exclusive ownership by
Yamaha Corporation.
• Yamaha, Disklavier, Silent, PianoSoft, PianoSoft·Plus, and PianoSoft·PlusAudio are trademarks of
Yamaha Corporation.
• SmartKey, CueTIME, and You Are The Artist are trademarks of Yamaha Corporation or Yamaha
Corporation of America.
• Disklavier software, Copyright © 2008 Yamaha Corporation.
• This contains programs licensed under the GNU General Public License, GNU Lesser General Public
License, the BSD Copyright, the Artistic License, and the others.
• This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit.
(http://www.openssl.org/)
• Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
• Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
• The company names and product names in this operation manual are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
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Important Precautions
Read the following before operating the Disklavier control unit.
■ Warnings
■ Cautions
• Do not locate the Disklavier control unit in a
place subject to excessive heat, low
temperatures, or direct sunlight. This could be a
fire hazard and may damage the finish and
internal parts.
• Turn off all audio devices when connecting to
the Disklavier control unit. Refer to the user’s
guide for each device. Use the correct cables
and connect as specified.
• Excessive humidity or dust can lead to fire or
electric shock.
• Connect the plug of the AC adaptor to a
compatible AC outlet. Failure to do so will
present a fire and electric shock hazard. If the
AC adaptor is not compatible with your AC
outlet, consult your dealer.
• Do not plug several devices into the same AC
outlet. This can overload the AC outlet, and lead
to fire and electric shock hazard. It may also
affect the performance of some devices.
• Do not place heavy objects on the AC adaptor
cable. A damaged cable is a potential fire and
electric shock hazard. If the cable runs under a
carpet, make sure heavy objects are not placed
on top of the cable.
• If the AC adaptor cable is damaged (i.e. cut or a
bare wire is exposed), ask your dealer for a
replacement. Using the Disklavier control unit in
this condition is a fire and shock hazard.
• When disconnecting the AC adaptor cable from
an AC outlet, always pull from the plug. Never
pull the cable. Damaging the cable in this way is
a potential fire and electric shock hazard.
• The cover of the unit should be removed only by
qualified service technicians.
• Do not place liquid containers such as vases,
potted plants, glasses, cosmetic bottles,
medicines, etc., on the Disklavier control unit.
• Do not try to modify the Disklavier control unit,
as this could lead to fire or electric shock hazard.
• When moving the Disklavier control unit to
another location, turn off the power, remove the
AC adaptor from the AC outlet, and remove all
cables connected to external devices.
• Use only the specified AC adaptor. Use of other
AC adaptors may result in damage, overheating,
or fire.
• Set the volume level on all the devices to
minimum before applying power.
• Do not play the Disklavier control unit at a high
volume for extended periods; you may damage
your hearing. This is especially important when
using headphones. If you think your hearing
ability is impaired, consult your doctor.
• If the Disklavier control unit is worked extremely
hard — that is, prolonged playback of very
“busy” songs — the thermal relay of the
Disklavier control unit may trip. The thermal
relay will automatically reset when the Disklavier
control unit has cooled down.
• If you notice any abnormality — such as smoke,
odor, or noise — turn off the Disklavier control
unit immediately, and remove the AC adaptor
from the AC outlet. Consult your dealer for
repair.
• If a foreign object or water gets inside the
Disklavier control unit turn it off immediately, and
remove the power plug from the AC outlet.
Consult your dealer.
• If you plan not to use the Disklavier control unit
for a long period of time (such as when you are
on vacation), disconnect the AC adaptor from
the AC outlet.
• Always remove the AC adaptor from the AC
outlet before cleaning the Disklavier control unit.
Leaving the AC adaptor connected presents a
risk of electric shock.
• Do not use benzene, thinner, cleaning
detergent, or a chemical cloth to clean the
Disklavier control unit.
• Do not place metal objects with rubber feet on
the Disklavier control unit. The color and finish of
the Disklavier control unit can be damaged.
• Do not place heavy objects on the Disklavier
control unit. Doing so can damage the Disklavier
control unit.
• Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the Disklavier
control unit. However, if you discover a stain,
carefully use a soft damp cloth to remove it.
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■ Interference
• The Disklavier control unit uses high-frequency
digital circuits that may cause interference to
radios and TVs placed close to it. If interference
does occur, relocate the affected equipment.
The remote control of this unit is powered by dry
batteries. Improper use or misuse of the dry
batteries can cause the dry batteries to heat up,
leak electrolyte or burst which in turn may result in
a fire, damage to equipment and/or nearby objects
or in burns, injury or other bodily harm. Read
through and familiarize yourself with the following
safety precautions prior to use to ensure correct
usage.
• Remove spent batteries immediately from
equipment. Otherwise, batteries will
overdischarge, causing them to heat up, leak
electrolyte or burst which in turn may result in
damage to nearby objects or in burns, injury or
other bodily harm.
English
■ Handling Batteries
• When the battery-powered unit is not going to be
used for a prolonged period of time, remove the
dry batteries from the unit. Otherwise the
batteries will run down and their electrolyte may
leak, resulting in damage to the unit.
• Dispose of batteries in accordance with the
applicable regulations and ordinances.
• The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive
heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
• Do not directly touch the chemicals (electrolyte)
which have leaked from dry batteries.
1. If electrolyte from dry batteries has made
contact with your eyes, rinse your eyes
thoroughly with clean water and seek medical
treatment from a physician immediately.
2. If electrolyte from dry batteries has touched
your skin or clothing, rinse it off immediately
with clean water.
3. If electrolyte from dry batteries has found its
way inside your mouth, gargle immediately
and consult a physician.
• Do not install the dry batteries with the “+” and
“–” poles reversed. Misaligning the poles of dry
batteries can lead the dry batteries to be
charged or shorted or it can cause them to heat
up, leak electrolyte or burst which in turn may
result in a fire, damage to nearby objects or in
burns, injury or other bodily harm.
• Use only the designated batteries. Do not use
used batteries with unused batteries or different
types of batteries together. This can cause them
to heat up, leak electrolyte or burst which in turn
may result in a fire or in burns, injury or other
bodily harm. Replace all the dry batteries at the
same time. Do not use new and old dry batteries
together. Do not use different types of batteries
(alkaline and manganese batteries, batteries
made by different manufacturers or different
battery products made by the same
manufacturer) together: this can cause them to
heat up, ignite or leak electrolyte.
Please keep this manual for future reference.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction
Features .................................................................1
Items Supplied with the Disklavier Control Unit .....1
Names of Parts and Their Functions......................2
Basic Disklavier Terminology .................................6
Chapter 2
Getting Started
Checking the Type of Your Piano ..........................7
Replacing the Existing Control Unit with the
Disklavier Control Unit............................................8
Connecting the Disklavier Control Unit with the
MIDI Cables .........................................................10
Connecting Monitor Speakers..............................12
Using the Remote Control....................................13
Turning On the Disklavier Control Unit.................14
Setting the Type of Your Piano ............................15
Setting the Internal Calendar ...............................16
Turning Off the Disklavier Control Unit
(Standby Mode)....................................................19
Shutting Down the Disklavier Control Unit ...........19
Compatible Media Format for the Removable
Media ...................................................................19
Compatible File Format........................................20
Basic Precautions for Using CDs .........................20
Chapter 3
Basic Song Playback
Types of Playable Software .................................21
Selecting Medium and Their Contents .................22
Using the Number Keypad ...................................25
Starting Playback .................................................25
Stopping Playback ...............................................26
Pausing Playback.................................................26
Fast Preview & Review ........................................27
Fast Forward & Reverse ......................................28
Searching a Specific Section of a Song ...............29
Listening to the DisklavierRadio...........................30
Adjusting the Volume ...........................................31
Chapter 4
Basic Recording
Recording a New Song ........................................32
Titling a Song at the Start of Recording ...............33
Chapter 5
Internet Direct Connection
(IDC)
What is Internet Direct Connection (IDC)?...........35
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Obtaining an ID and Password for the IDC Service
(IDC Registration)................................................ 35
Connecting the Disklavier to the Internet ............ 35
Accessing the Internet......................................... 37
Checking Your Account Information.................... 38
Updating the Disklavier Control Unit Using the
Internet ................................................................ 39
Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for the Internet
Connection .......................................................... 41
Initializing Internet Settings ................................. 42
Chapter 6
Advanced Song Playback
Changing the Playback Tempo ........................... 43
Playing Back Songs in a Different Key
(Transposition) .................................................... 43
Repeating Song Playback ................................... 44
Repeating a Specific Section of a Song
(A-B Repeat) ....................................................... 45
Playing Back Only the Desired Piano Part .......... 46
Adjusting the Volume Balance among the
Keyboard Playing, Ensemble Sound, and
Software Playback............................................... 48
Adjusting the Pitch of Audio ................................ 50
Adjusting the L/R Balance of Audio..................... 50
Using the Timer Play ........................................... 51
Skipping the Blank Part at the Beginning of a
Song .................................................................... 55
SmartKey™ Playback ......................................... 56
Inactivating the Key Movement during
Playback.............................................................. 57
Chapter 7
Advanced Recording
Recording with the Internal Metronome .............. 58
Recording the Left and Right Parts Separately ... 60
Recording the Left and Right Parts Together
(Setting a Split Point)........................................... 62
Re-recording One Part ........................................ 64
Changing the Default Tempo .............................. 65
Chapter 8
Advanced Piano Playing
Playing the Disklavier along with the Internal
Metronome .......................................................... 68
Playing the Disklavier with an Ensemble Voice... 69
Chapter 9
Video Synchronization
Video Synchronized Recording............................71
Video Synchronized Playback .............................75
CD Synchronized Recording................................76
Adding Disklavier Accompaniment to Commercial
CD Songs (PianoSmart™ Playback) ...................77
Chapter 11 Media Management
Managing Albums ................................................78
Making Copies of Albums ....................................78
Deleting Albums...................................................80
Creating a New Album .........................................81
Renaming an Album ............................................82
Rearranging the Order of Albums ........................84
Managing Songs ..................................................85
Making Copies of Songs ......................................85
Deleting Songs.....................................................87
Renaming a Song ................................................88
Rearranging the Order of Songs..........................89
Converting Song Format......................................90
Changing the Counter Display .............................91
Converting MIDI Data to a Standard Form
(Strip XP) .............................................................92
Managing Playlists ...............................................93
Adding Songs/Albums to the Playlist ...................94
Deleting a Playlist ................................................95
Creating a New Playlist........................................96
Renaming a Playlist .............................................97
Managing Media ..................................................98
Making Copies of the Entire Contents in a
Medium ................................................................99
Deleting the Entire Contents in a Medium .........100
Copying Song File from a Personal Computer to
the Disklavier Control Unit .................................101
Refreshing the Contents in [FromToPC]............105
Formatting the Floppy Disk (Optional) ...............106
Making Backups of Songs .................................107
Restoring the Backups.......................................108
Chapter 12 Enhancing the Disklavier by
Hooking Up Other Devices
Chapter 13
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Chapter 10 CD Synchronization
Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for Audio Data
Reception/Transmission.................................... 113
Hooking Up MIDI Devices ................................. 115
Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for MIDI Data
Reception .......................................................... 116
Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for MIDI Data
Transmission ..................................................... 118
Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for Keyboard
Playing Data Transmission ............................... 119
Other Settings
Tuning the Tone Generator
(TG Master Tune).............................................. 121
Assigning Frequently-used Functions to the
Number Keypad on the Remote Control ........... 122
Setting the Passcode to Prevent Unauthorized
Access............................................................... 126
Adjusting the Brightness of the Display............. 128
Switching the Languages for the Screen .......... 129
Resetting the Disklavier Control Unit ................ 130
Updating the Disklavier Control Unit ................. 132
Chapter 14
Troubleshooting .................. 134
Chapter 15
Error Messages ................... 137
Chapter 16
Glossary ................................. 139
Chapter 17
Internal Tone Generator
Voices
Internal GM/XG Tone Generator Basic Voice
List..................................................................... 142
Internal TG3 Tone Generator Basic Voice
List..................................................................... 145
Chapter 18
Specifications
General Specifications ...................................... 147
Functions & Controls ......................................... 148
Appendix
Software License Notice ....A-1
MIDI Data Format ..............A-21
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
Hooking Up Audio Equipment............................110
Connecting Monitor Speakers............................111
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Chapter
1
Introduction
Features
English
The Disklavier control unit offers the valuable features that open up your musical possibility to explore. Here
are brief explanations of such features:
Advanced Features for Your Listening Pleasure
• Special music CDs, contain over 17 hours of fantastic music, let you start listening on the day this unit
arrives at your home.
• DisklavierRadio; you can listen to over 11 music channel by streaming broadcasts over the Internet.
(Available only on models of which the control unit is replaced with the Disklavier control unit.)
Convenient Recording Features to Preserve Your Musical Memories
• Total 128 megabytes of internal memory comes with the Disklavier control unit to preserve your valuable
data.
• Connecting external USB devices to the Disklavier control unit allows you to record your performance
directly onto them, or even make backups of your valuable data in the internal memory.
• Video synchronization features offer great listening experience with sights. You can see as well as hear
performances with perfectly synchronized audio and video.
• Your valuable music data on the floppy disk can be played back with the optional floppy disk drive (UDFD01).
Simple and Easy-to-use Features Enhancing Your Performance
• The remote control, with clear and logical layout of buttons, lets you quickly enjoy the features of the
Disklavier control unit.
• The display on the front panel employs an organic electro-luminescent display which makes it brighter
and more easily readable than ever.
Items Supplied with the Disklavier Control Unit
Check that the following items are supplied with your Disklavier control unit.
• 1 Remote control
• 2 Batteries for remote control
• 1 Remote control sensor shielding sticker
• 1 Sample PianoSoft CD software
• 2 MIDI cables
• 1 Audio cable (pin plugs – stereo mini plug)
• 2 Audio cables (pin plug – phone plug)
• 1 Conversion cable for control
• 1 AC adaptor (PJP-PS02/PJP-PS04 or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha)
• 1 Power cable
• 1 Operation manual
• 1 PianoSoft CD song list
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Chapter
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Introduction
Names of Parts and Their Functions
■ Front Panel
4
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
[ON/OFF] button
Turns on or shuts down the Disklavier control unit.
Press once to turn it on, and once again to shut it
down.
1
10
11
Cursor/[ENTER] buttons
Cursor: Used to select options and parameters.
10
Press this button inclining
slightly upward/downward/left/
right.
USB port
Used to connect a USB flash memory, etc.
2
Remote control sensor
When using the remote control, point it toward this
sensor.
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3
[ENTER]: Used to execute the selection.
Press straight the center of
this button.
CD drive
Insert a PianoSoft·PlusAudio or other audio or
audio/MIDI CD here.
4
CD eject button
Used to open the CD drive.
5
Display
Shows various information.
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[PLAY/PAUSE] button
( pages 25 and 26)
Used to start and pause playback.
6
[STOP] button ( page 26)
Used to stop playback and recording.
7
[RECORD] button ( page 32)
Used to engage the record standby mode before
recording starts.
8
9
[SELECT] button
Used to select media.
2
Dial
Used to adjust the volume, and to set parameter
values.
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■ Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
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7
8
9
USB TO DEVICE port
Used to connect a USB flash memory, an optional
USB floppy disk drive, etc.
1
2
LAN port
Used to connect to the Internet.
OUTPUT jacks
Used to connect the speaker cord from optional
monitor speakers.
3
ANALOG MIDI IN jacks
Used to connect the audio equipment such as an
external CD changer.
4
10
11
MIDI OUT terminal
For models to be replaced with Disklavier control
unit:
Used to connect external MIDI equipment.
For models to be connected with the MIDI cables:
Used to connect the existing control unit.
10
MIDI IN terminal
For models to be replaced with Disklavier control
unit:
Used to connect external MIDI equipment.
For models to be connected with the MIDI cables:
Used to connect the existing control unit.
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OMNI (SYNC) OUT jacks
Used to connect the microphone/line input of a
camcorder.
5
OMNI (SYNC) IN jacks
Used to connect the audio output of a camcorder.
6
7
TO PIANO connectors
Used to connect the piano.
DC-IN 12V connector
Used to connect to the supplied AC adaptor.
8
USB TO HOST port
Used to connect the USB cable from a computer.
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■ Remote Control
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2
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15
16
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19
20
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21
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9
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24
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25
26
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12
27
1
[ON/STANDBY] button
Turns on the Disklavier control unit or puts it in the
standby mode.
5
[RECORD] button ( page 32)
Used to engage the record standby mode before
recording starts.
Number keypad
Used for direct album/song selection and to enter a
start time for song playback.
[PLAY] button ( page 25)
Used to start playback.
2
6
[REVERSE]/[FORWARD] buttons
In the play mode: used to fast preview and review.
In the pause mode: used to fast forward and
reverse.
7
[SYSTEM] button
Used to access the system menu.
3
[VOICE] button ( page 69)
Used to access the voice function.
4
4
Cursor buttons
Used to select options and parameters.
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[BACK] button
Used to cancel the selection, and return to the
previous screen.
1
20
[PAUSE] button ( page 26)
Used to pause playback.
[STOP] button ( page 26)
Used to stop playback and recording.
21
[VOLUME] buttons ( page 31)
Used to adjust the volume.
[–] lowers the volume, [+] raises the volume.
10
[TRANSPOSE] buttons
Used to transpose song playback.
[–] transposes down, [+] transposes up, and [0]
resets the transposition value to 00.
12
[INTERNET] button
Used to access the Internet menu.
English
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[TEMPO] buttons
Used to change the playback tempo.
[–] decreases the tempo, [+] increases the tempo,
and [0] resets the tempo to 00.
[ENTER] button
Used to execute the selection.
22
[FUNC.] button
Used to access the function menu.
23
24
[SELECT] button
Used to select media.
[+/YES]/[–/NO] buttons
Used to select parameters, adjust setting values,
and execute or cancel the selected functions.
25
13
[SEARCH] button
Used to access the search function.
[BALANCE] button
Used to adjust the TG, audio and voice balance.
26
14
15
[SETUP] button
Used to access the setup menu.
[METRONOME] button
Used to access the metronome function.
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27
Color buttons
Green: Used to execute the shortcut assigned to
the number keypad.
Yellow: Used to switch character types when titling
albums and songs.
Red:
For future use.
Blue: For future use.
[REPEAT] button
Used to select one of the repeat modes: ALL, RPT,
RND, or OFF.
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[A-B] button
Used to enter A and B points for the A-B repeat
mode.
[PART SELECT] buttons
For L/R and ensemble songs, these buttons are
used to choose which part will play: left-hand part,
right-hand part, or both parts.
They are also used to select a part for recording.
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Basic Disklavier Terminology
The following is a list of several basic Disklavier
words that you may need to know before
proceeding with operational procedures in this
manual. For additional Disklavier terminology, see
the glossary provided in Chapter 16.
PianoSoft·Plus
PianoSoft·Plus software contains
prerecorded ensemble songs featuring
instrumental accompaniment that can be played
back on the Disklavier. See your Disklavier dealer
for a PianoSoft catalog.
Ensemble Song
An ensemble song contains the same left- and
right-hand parts as an L/R song, and extra tracks
that are played by the internal XG tone generator.
Accompanying tracks can include acoustic bass,
drums, strings, vibes, etc.
Internal Flash Memory
The Disklavier control unit has a total of 128
megabytes of internal flash memory that allow you
to store song data without a floppy disk.
L/R Song
In a L/R song, the left-hand piano part is stored on
track 1 (L) and the right-hand piano part is stored
on track 2 (R). During playback you can cancel
either part, and practice that part yourself. When
recording an L/R song, you can record the two
parts simultaneously or separately.
MIDI
An acronym for Musical Instrument Digital
Interface. MIDI allows electronic musical
instruments to communicate with each other.
PianoSoft
The PianoSoft Disk Collection is a
library of prerecorded song disks made by Yamaha
for use with the Disklavier series. Many titles are
available, and among the many musical styles
included are classical, jazz, and popular. The disk
includes songs for listening enjoyment, piano study
disks for the piano student, and accompaniment
disks for vocal and instrumental practice. PianoSoft
is sometimes used as a generic term for PianoSoft
and PianoSoft·Plus.
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PianoSoft·PlusAudio
CD software made by Yamaha
containing audio and MIDI
signals for playing back on the Disklavier.
SmartPianoSoft
Software made by Yamaha
containing MIDI signals for
playing back along with standard audio CDs.
Song
A “song” usually means a short piece of music with
lyrics. However, in this manual the term “song” is
used to refer to any piece of music.
Tone Generator
An electronic device that generates instrument
voices. The Disklavier control unit has an internal
XG tone generator that can produce nearly 700
instrumental and percussion voices.
Voice
The sounds produced by a tone generator
expressing various instruments.
XG
Yamaha XG is an extension of the GM
(General MIDI) format. With greater polyphony,
more voice, and effects, it improves song
compatibility between MIDI devices. When a song
in the Yamaha XG format is played on another XG
compatible tone generator or synthesizer, it will
play and sound as the original composer/creator
intended.
Chapter
2
Getting Started
This chapter describes instructions for connecting with your Disklavier piano and other
preparation.
Checking the Type of Your Piano
English
The Disklavier control unit can be connected to several models of the Yamaha Disklavier pianos, however,
connections and setup procedures vary depending on the piano model. Check the model number on the
existing control unit and find your piano model following the descriptions below before connecting.
Note:
The model number of the control unit is on the upper part of the display.
■ Models to be Replaced with the Disklavier Control Unit
If you are using the piano listed below, replace the existing control unit with the Disklavier control unit.
Models
Upright pianos
Grand pianos
Model Number on the Control Unit
Disklavier Mark II XG Series
DKC500R, DKC500RXG, DKC500RW,
DKC500RWXG
Disklavier Mark II XG Series (MX600)
DKC50R
Disklavier Mark III Series (DU1A)
DKC55RCD
Disklavier Mark II XG Series
DKC500R, DKC500RXG, DKC500RW,
DKC500RWXG
Disklavier Mark III Series Full-Function Models
DKC55RCD
Disklavier Mark III Series Standard Models
DKC60RCD
Disklavier Mark III Series PRO Models
DKC55RCD
Disklavier Mark III Series Playback Models
DKC55, DKC55CD
For details on connections and setup, see Chapter 2 “Getting Started – Replacing the Existing Control Unit
with the Disklavier Control Unit” on page 8.
Note:
You can also connect the piano listed above with the Disklavier control unit using the MIDI cables. However, you cannot use Internet Direct
Connection when connected with the MIDI cables.
■ Models to be Connected with the MIDI Cables
If you are using the piano listed below, connect your piano to the Disklavier control unit with the MIDI
cables.
Models
Model Number on the Control Unit
Upright pianos
Disklavier Mark II Series
DKC100R or built-in
Grand pianos
Disklavier Mark II Series
DKC100R
For details on connections and setup, see Chapter 2 “Getting Started – Connecting the Disklavier Control
Unit with the MIDI Cables” on page 10.
Note:
You cannot replace the control unit of the piano listed above with the Disklavier control unit.
Note:
You cannot use Internet Direct Connection on the piano listed above.
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Replacing the Existing Control Unit with the Disklavier Control Unit
Connect the Disklavier control unit to your piano, replacing with the existing control unit.
8
7
5
Tighten
Disklavier
control unit
6
Conversion
cable
(supplied)
AC adaptor (PJP-PS02/PJP-PS04)
(supplied)
Connect monitor
speakers.
See page 12.
Power cable
(supplied)
Control
cable
Your piano
4
3
Tighten
9
Loosen
Cautions
• Use the Yamaha PJP-PS02/PJP-PS04 adaptor, or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha. Use of
other AC adaptors may result in damage, overheating, or fire.
• Do not stretch the cable or bend its ends.
• Do not attempt to use the cable if it is stretched or if the ends of the cable have been bent. Attempting
to do so may cause interruptions to the power supply.
• Always turn off the main unit power before disconnecting the AC adaptor.
• When you wish to move the Disklavier control unit, unplug the AC adaptor from the AC wall outlet
and disconnect if from the DC-IN 12V connector on the rear panel of the Disklavier control unit before
proceeding.
• Unplug the AC adaptor from the AC wall outlet if you do not intend to use the instrument for an
extended period of time.
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Important
• Be sure to backup the data on your control unit to the floppy disk before connecting.
• Please keep the disconnected control unit for future maintenance.
English
1
Turn on your piano, and reset settings on your control unit
to its factory default.
For details on setting, refer to your piano’s owner’s manual.
2
Turn off your piano, and disconnect the power cable from
the AC wall outlet.
3
Disconnect the control cable from the TO CONTROL
CABLE FOR PIANO connector on the rear panel of your
control unit.
Note:
The location of the TO CONTROL
CABLE FOR PIANO connector
varies depending on the piano
model.
Loosen the two screws attached to the connector by the
screwdriver.
4
Connect the supplied conversion cable to the control
cable disconnected in step 2.
Tighten the two screws attached to the connector by the
screwdriver.
5
Attention:
The Disklavier control unit does not
work properly if the control cable is
connected directly to it. Use the
supplied conversion cable to
connect your piano and the
Disklavier control unit.
Connect the supplied conversion cable to the TO PIANO
connector on the rear panel of the Disklavier control unit.
Tighten the two screws attached to the connector by the
screwdriver.
6
Connect monitor speakers to the OUTPUT jacks on the
rear panel of the Disklavier control unit.
7
Connect the supplied AC adaptor to the DC-IN 12V
connector on the rear panel of the Disklavier control unit.
8
Connect the supplied power cable to the AC adaptor.
9
Connect the power cable extended from your piano and
the AC adaptor to the AC wall outlet.
The connection completed.
Turn on the Disklavier control unit, and set the piano type.

See Chapter 2 “Getting Started –
Connecting Monitor Speakers” on
page 12.

See Chapter 2 “Getting Started –
Setting the Type of Your Piano” on
page 15.
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Connecting the Disklavier Control Unit with the MIDI Cables
Connect the Disklavier control unit to your piano using the MIDI cables.
3, 4
3, 4
5
Connect monitor speakers.
See page 12.
Disklavier
control unit
Your control unit
MIDI cable (supplied)
6
AC adaptor
(PJP-PS02/PJP-PS04)
(supplied)
Power cable
(supplied)
7
Your piano
9
Backing paper
8
Adhesive tape
Remote control sensor
shielding sticker
Remote control
sensor
Cautions
• Use the Yamaha PJP-PS02/PJP-PS04 adaptor, or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha. Use of
other AC adaptors may result in damage, overheating, or fire.
• Do not stretch the cable or bend its ends.
• Do not attempt to use the cable if it is stretched or if the ends of the cable have been bent. Attempting
to do so may cause interruptions to the power supply.
• Always turn off the main unit power before disconnecting the AC adaptor.
• When you wish to move the Disklavier control unit, unplug the AC adaptor from the AC wall outlet
and disconnect if from the DC-IN 12V connector on the rear panel of the Disklavier control unit before
proceeding.
• Unplug the AC adaptor from the AC wall outlet if you do not intend to use the instrument for an
extended period of time.
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Important
Be sure to backup the data on your control unit to the floppy disk before connecting.
1
English
Turn on your piano, and reset settings on your control unit
to its factory default.
For details on setting, refer to your piano’s owner’s manual.
2
Turn off your piano, and disconnect the power cable from
the AC wall outlet.
3
Connect the MIDI IN terminal of your control unit to the
MIDI OUT terminal of the rear panel of the Disklavier
control unit with the supplied MIDI cable.
4
Connect the MIDI OUT terminal of your control unit to the
MIDI IN terminal of the rear panel of the Disklavier control
unit with the supplied MIDI cable.
5
Connect monitor speakers to the OUTPUT jack on the rear
panel of the Disklavier control unit.
6
Connect the supplied AC adaptor to the DC-IN 12V
connector on the rear panel of the Disklavier control unit.
7
Connect the supplied power cable to the AC adaptor.
8
Connect the power cable extended from your piano and
the AC adaptor to the AC wall outlet.
9
Place the remote control sensor shielding sticker over the
remote control sensor of the control unit of your piano.
Note:
The location of the MIDI IN/MIDI
OUT terminals varies depending on
the piano model.
Note:
Be sure to connect your control unit
and the Disklavier control unit with
two MIDI cables for input and
output.

See Chapter 2 “Getting Started –
Connecting Monitor Speakers” on
page 12.
Note:
For the location of the remote
control sensor, refer to your piano’s
owner’s manual.
The remote control supplied with the Disklavier control unit will also
operate the control unit of your piano. In order to prevent this, be
sure to place the remote control sensor shielding sticker.
10
Turn on your piano, and make the MIDI data transmission/
reception settings on the control unit of your piano.
Make the settings as follows. For details on setting, refer to your
piano’s owner’s manual.
Note:
If you connect your control unit,
which is replaceable with the
Disklavier control unit, with the
MIDI cables, set the HOST
SELECT switch on your control unit
to the “MIDI” position.
Settings
MIDI IN CH
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
OUT CH
HP
DELAY IN (500ms)
KBD OUT
HP
The connection completed.
Turn on the Disklavier control unit, and set the piano type.

See Chapter 2 “Getting Started –
Setting the Type of Your Piano” on
page 15.
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Connecting Monitor Speakers
To listen to the internal XG tone generator voices, you have to connect
monitor speakers. Connection methods vary depending on whether your
piano is equipped with the Silent Piano™ function or not.
■ For Pianos Equipped with the Silent Piano™
Function
Connect the AUX IN jacks of your piano to the OUTPUT jacks on the rear
of the Disklavier control unit with the supplied audio cable.
For models with the control box
Connect with the supplied audio
cable (pin plugs – stereo mini plug).
For models with the amplifier
Connect with the supplied audio
cables (pin plug – phone plug).
To AUX IN jack
(stereo mini plug)
To AUX IN jacks
(phone plug)
Audio cable
(supplied)
Disklavier
control unit
Disklavier
control unit
Audio cables
(supplied)
■ For Pianos Not Equipped with the Silent Piano™
Function
Connect the input jacks of monitor speakers (phone jacks) to the OUTPUT
jacks on the rear of the Disklavier control unit with the supplied audio
cables (pin plug – phone plug).
AC wall outlet
Monitor
speaker (left)
Monitor
speaker (right)
POWER
ON
OFF
POWER
POWER
ON
INPUT
ON
INPUT
LINE 1
(--10dB)
OFF
LINE 1
(--10dB)
OFF
LINE 2
(--4dB)
LINE 2
(--4dB)
PARALLEL
Audio cable
(supplied)
Disklavier
control unit
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PARALLEL
Audio cable
(supplied)
Note:
The shape of units or the location of
the AUX IN jacks varies depending
on the piano model.
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Using the Remote Control
The Disklavier control unit is equipped with a remote control which allows
convenient control from almost anywhere in the room. This section
provides notes on handling the remote control.
English
■ Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
Before the remote control can be used, the two batteries supplied with the
Disklavier control unit must be installed.
Remove the battery cover from the rear of the remote control, install the
batteries, and then replace the cover.
A diagram inside the battery compartment shows which way the batteries
should be installed. Make sure you insert them correctly.
■ Battery Replacement
When the remote control fails to work from a distance, replace the
batteries.
• Replacement batteries should be UM-3, AA, R6P, or LR6 type.
• Do not use new and old dry batteries together.
Important:
Be sure to read the section on
“Handling Batteries” on page iii for
details on the safe handling of dry
batteries.
• Do not use different types of batteries (alkaline and manganese
batteries, batteries made by different manufacturers or different battery
products made by the same manufacturer) together.
• Remove spent batteries immediately from the remote control.
Otherwise, batteries will overdischarge, causing them to leak electrolyte
or burst which in turn may result in damage to nearby objects or in
burns, injury or other bodily harm.
• Dispose of batteries in accordance with the applicable regulations and
ordinances.
• If the remote control is not to be used for a prolonged period of time,
remove the batteries to prevent possible damage by battery leakage.
• If the batteries have leaked, dispose of them immediately. Avoid
touching the leaked electrolyte or letting it come into contact with skin or
clothing. Clean the battery compartment thoroughly before installing
new batteries.
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■ Using the Remote Control
To use the remote control, point it at the remote control sensor on the front
panel.
Approx. 5 m
30°
30°
30°
30°
Turning On the Disklavier Control Unit
1
Make sure that the AC adaptor is plugged into the AC wall
outlet.
When you connected the Disklavier control unit to your piano with
the MIDI cables, first turn on the power of your piano.
2
Press [ON/OFF] on the front panel.
While the control unit is in the standby mode, you can also turn on
the Disklavier control unit by pressing [ON/STANDBY] on the
remote control.
The following message appears on the display, and [ON/OFF] on
the front panel lights green.
After several seconds, the loading screen will appear, and last
selected song will be loaded.
PLEASE WAIT
=Memory=
------<-----> (no
Your Disklavier control unit is now ready for use.
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V+00
song)

See Chapter 2 “Getting Started –
Turning Off the Disklavier Control
Unit (Standby Mode)” on page 19.
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Setting the Type of Your Piano
[SYSTEM]
“PianoType”
After you have connected the Disklavier control unit to your piano, you
must set the type of your piano.
English
1
Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control.
The system menu screen appears.
!"#$%{
2
Select “PianoType” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
=SYSTEM MENU= _(2/2)
*Language *PianoType
*Display
The piano type setup screen appears.
=PianoType=
>Type=Replace
>Piano=REC
3
-+ENT
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the connection type
setting.
=PianoType=
>Type=Add
-+ENT
The following connection type settings are available:
Setting
Description
Replace
Select this when you replaced the existing unit with
the Disklavier control unit (see page 8).
Add
Select this when you connected the Disklavier
control unit to your piano with the MIDI cables (see
page 10).
Note:
If you select “Replace” and this unit
detects your piano as the playback
model, “[PB]” appears on the right
of the screen.
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Press [ENTER].
If the piano type has been changed, this unit is automatically
rebooted.
=PianoType=
Restarting...
Setting the Internal Calendar
[SYSTEM]
“TimeZone” and “Clock Adj.”
The Disklavier control unit has an internal calendar that can be set from 1/
1/1985 00:00:00 to 12/31/2084 23:59:59. Set the calendar accurately so
that the Disklavier control unit displays the correct current time during the
stop mode.
Time is displayed in 24-hour format.
■ Time Zone
1
Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control.
The system menu screen appears.
!"#$%{
2
Select “TimeZone” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
!"#$%{
The time zone setup screen appears.
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][
][
]

Setting the correct time is also
important for engaging timercontrolled programs. See Chapter 6
“Advanced Song Playback – Using
the Timer Play” on page 51.
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2
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the time zone.
Note:
The time zone listed here should be
used only as a guide. For more
details, contact your local
observatories.
English
Examples of Time Zone
The chart below shows the correspondence between the time zone
setting on the Disklavier control unit and actual time zone used in
each area.
For U.S. and Canada:
Setting
Actual Time Zone
GMT-10
Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time
GMT-9
Alaska Standard Time (AKST)
GMT-8
Alaska Daylight Time (AKDT)
Pacific Standard Time (PST)
GMT-7
Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
Mountain Standard Time (MST)
GMT-6
Mountain Daylight Time (MDT)
Central Standard Time (CST)
GMT-5
Central Daylight Time (CDT)
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
GMT-4
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
For Europe:
4
Setting
Actual Time Zone
GMT+0
U.K.
GMT+1
Central Europe (Paris, Berlin)
GMT+2
Eastern Europe (Athens)
Press [ENTER].
The time zone is set, and the display returns to the system menu.
Proceed to the calendar setting.
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■ Calendar
1
Select “Clock Adj.” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
!"#$%{
The current date and time appear.
2
Press [ENTER].
The time setup screen appears with the cursor flashing on the
hours display.
}{
3
Select year, month, date, hours, minutes, and seconds
with the cursor buttons ([ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and
[–/NO] to set a value.
}{
4
Press [ENTER].
The date and time are stored in the internal calendar, and the
display returns to the current time screen.
5
Press [BACK] on the remote control.
The display returns to the system menu screen.
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Press [SYSTEM] to exit from the system menu.
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2
Turning Off the Disklavier Control Unit (Standby Mode)
Press [ON/STANDBY] on the remote control.
The ending screen appears, and [ON/OFF] on the front panel lights
red.
Note:
Press [ON/STANDBY] on the
remote control to turn the Disklavier
control unit back on.
English
See you again
When you connected the Disklavier control unit to your piano with
the MIDI cables, turn off your piano.
Shutting Down the Disklavier Control Unit
Press [ON/OFF] on the front panel.
The ending screen appears, and [ON/OFF] on the front panel turns
off.
Note:
Be sure to wait 5 seconds before
turning the Disklavier control unit
back on.
See you again
When you connected the Disklavier control unit to your piano with
the MIDI cables, turn off your piano.
Compatible Media Format for the Removable Media
Compact Disc
The Disklavier control unit can play songs on commercial audio CDs and
data CDs (such as PianoSoft·PlusAudio).
• The audio CDs should be formatted in CD-DA.
• The data CDs should be formatted in ISO 9660 Level 1.
USB Flash Memory
You can use commercially available USB flash memories to store song
data. The USB flash memory should be formatted in FAT16 or FAT32 file
system.
Note:
If the external medium contains a
number of albums or songs, it may
take some time for the Disklavier
control unit to recognize them.
Note:
Do not insert or remove the USB
media while reading or writing data.
Make sure that reading or writing
has finished before doing so.
USB Hard Disk
You can use commercially available USB hard disk drives to store song
data or make a backup of song data. The USB hard disk drive should be
formatted in FAT32 file system.
Floppy Disk (Optional)
With the optional USB floppy disk drive, you can use 3.5” 2DD or 2HD floppy
disks to store song data. The floppy disk should be formatted in MS-DOS.
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Chapter
2
Getting Started
Compatible File Format
The Disklavier control unit can handle these three types of file format:
SMF0
Standard MIDI File format 0 for playback and recording. The name of the
file should have an extension as “.MID” or “.mid.”
SMF1
Standard MIDI File format 1 for playback only. The name of the file should
have an extension as “.MID” or “.mid.”
E-SEQ
Format developed by Yamaha, for playback only. The name of the file
should have an extension as “.FIL” or “.fil.”
Basic Precautions for Using CDs
■ Handling CDs
In order to protect data stored on compact discs from damage or loss,
handle them with care, and observe the following precautions.
• Do not touch the surface of a CD.
• Do not expose CDs to extreme temperatures or humidity. The working
temperature range is between 4°C and 52°C (40°F and 125°F).
• Wipe CDs with a clean, dry cloth before playback.
• Remove the CD from the CD drive before turning off the Disklavier
control unit.
■ Loading a CD
1
Press the CD eject button on the front panel to open the
CD tray.
CD
CD eject button
2
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Place a CD on the tray, and then close the tray.
Chapter
3
Basic Song Playback
Types of Playable Software
When piano songs such as those contained in
PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus software are played back
on the Disklavier, the piano parts are actually played by the Disklavier
keyboard, and the keys move up and down as though they were being
played by an invisible performer. The ensemble parts (contained in
PianoSoft·Plus software) are played by the internal tone generator and are
heard from optional monitor speakers.
English
PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus
PianoSoft·PlusAudio
PianoSoft·PlusAudio songs are recorded using two
channels, an analog MIDI channel for the piano parts
and an audio channel for instrumentals and vocals. When they are played
back on the Disklavier, the piano parts area played by the Disklavier
keyboard as with PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus songs, and all other
instrumental and vocal parts are heard from optional monitor speakers just
like a normal stereo system.
SmartPianoSoft
SmartPianoSoft contains a recorded piano
accompaniment to the commercial CDs, and the acoustic
accompaniment will play back matching with the commercial CD. You can
also record your own accompaniment for your favorite commercial CDs at
home; play your Disklavier as you listen to a CD, and SmartPianoSoft will
match the music together during playback, essentially adding you to
famous performances.
Standard Audio CDs
Standard audio CDs contain two audio channels (L and R), and are both
heard from optional monitor speakers just like a normal stereo system. In
other words, the Disklavier can be used to play CDs in place of a stereo
system.
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Basic Song Playback
Selecting Medium and Their Contents
[SELECT]
1
Insert a desired medium.
CD
CD eject button
USB flash memory
USB port
2
Press [SELECT].
The media selection screen appears with the current selected
medium highlighted.
=MEDIA SELECT=
or
Front panel
3
Remote control

Memory CD
Select a desired medium with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]).

]
Note:
“D-Radio” is available only on
models of which the control unit is
replaced with the Disklavier control
unit.

See Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback
– Listening to the DisklavierRadio”
on page 30.
The following media are available:
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Medium
Description
Memory
Internal flash memory
CD
Audio CD or data CD
USB1,
USB2
USB flash memory or USB HDD (USB1 indicates the
first inserted one, and USB2 indicates the second.)
Playlist
Playlist in the internal flash memory
D-Radio
DisklavierRadio
FromToPC
Network folder in the internal flash memory

See Chapter 11 “Media
Management – Copying Song File
from a Personal Computer to the
Disklavier Control Unit” on
page 101.
Chapter
Basic Song Playback
4
Press [ENTER] or [
3
].
The album selection screen appears.
=ALBUM SELECT=
or

01:50 Greats for t
English
5
Select a desired album with the cursor buttons ([
=ALBUM SELECT=
][
]).
?=]
Note:
You can also select albums directly
using the number keypad on the
remote control. See Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Using the
Number Keypad” on page 25.
01:50 Greats for t
Album number
Album title
To return to the media selection screen, press [
6
Press [ENTER] or [
Note:
The maximum number of the
selectable albums in a medium is 99.
].
].
The song selection screen appears.
=SONG SELECT=
or
7
001:Invention 1
Select a desired song with the cursor buttons ([
=SONG SELECT=
001:Invention 1
Song number
?=]
Song title
To return to the album selection screen, press [
8
][

]).
Note:
The maximum number of the
selectable songs in an album is 999.
Note:
You can also select songs directly
using the number keypad on the
remote control. See Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Using the
Number Keypad” on page 25.
].
Press [ENTER].
The selected song is loaded.
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3
Basic Song Playback
■ Song Playback Screen
Here are a few things that you will often see during playback.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
Media
The selected medium is displayed here.
Album/Song Number
The number of the selected album and song is
displayed here.
2
Display
Description
Axx-yyy
xx: album number (01 to 99)
yyy: song number (001 to 999)
Pxx-yyy
xx: playlist number (01 to 99)
yyy: song number (001 to 999)
5
Song Format
The format of the selected song is displayed here.
Display
Description
S0
SMF (Standard MIDI File) format 0
S1
SMF (Standard MIDI File) format 1
ES
E-SEQ format
6
Volume
The current volume setting is displayed here.
Song Title
The title of the selected song is displayed here. If
the title is long, it scrolls across the display.
7
Counter
Playing time is indicated in one of two formats.
3
Display
Description
xx:yy
Minutes (xx) and seconds (yy)
xxx-y
Measures (xxx) and beats (y)
Song Type
The type of the selected songs is displayed here.
4
24
Display
Description
LR
PianoSoft
XP
PianoSoft recorded on the PRO model
PS
SmartPianoSoft
SK
SmartKey
YM
PianoSoft·PlusAudio
AU
Stereo audio
Chapter
Basic Song Playback
3
Using the Number Keypad
Album or song selection screen
Number button
You can also select albums or songs directly with the number keypad on
the remote control.
Note:
If you enter a number higher than
the existed, the last album or song
appears.
English
Press the corresponding number button, then press
[ENTER].
For example, to select album number 5, first press [0], then [5],
then [ENTER] in the album selection screen.
=ALBUM SELECT= 0-9/ENT
05:
To select song number 36, first press [0], then [3], then [6], then
[ENTER] in the song selection screen.
036:
Starting Playback
[PLAY]
Press [PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel or [PLAY] on the
remote control.
[PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel lights green, and the numerical
value of the counter advances.
or
Front panel
Remote control
=Memory=
A02-001
<00:01>
Note:
If your piano is in the Silent Piano™
function mode, the damper pedal
does not move. However, the
damper effect is effective for the
piano tone.
LR SO V+00
Piano Sonate
At the end of the song, the Disklavier control unit selects the next
song automatically and continues playback.
After playback the last song in the album, playback stops.
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Basic Song Playback
Stopping Playback
During playback
[STOP]
Press [STOP].
or
Front panel
Remote control
Playback stops, and the song returns to the beginning.
[PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel turns off, and the counter is reset
to “00:00” or “001-1.”
Pausing Playback
During playback
1
[PAUSE]
Press [PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel, or [PAUSE] on
the remote control.
or
Front panel
Remote control
Playback pauses.
[PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel flashes, and the counter stops
counting.
2
Press [PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel or [PLAY] on the
remote control to continue playback.
or
Front panel
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Remote control
Chapter
Basic Song Playback
3
Fast Preview & Review
During playback
[FORWARD] or [REVERSE]
During playback, fast preview and review allow you to quickly search
through a song while listening to the sound. This is useful for locating a
desired position within a song.
English
■ Fast Preview
1
Note:
No sound is produced by the piano
when fast-previewing or reviewing
PianoSoft·PlusAudio CDs.
To preview, hold [ ] on the front panel or press
[FORWARD] on the remote control.
or
Front panel
2
Remote control
Release [ ] on the front panel, or press [FORWARD] on
the remote control again to return to normal playback.
If a song is previewed all the way to the end, it will be paused at the
end of the song.
■ Fast Review
1
To review, hold [ ] on the front panel or press
[REVERSE] on the remote control.
or
Front panel
2
Remote control
Release [ ] on the front panel, or press [REVERSE] on
the remote control again to return to normal playback.
If a song is reviewed all the way to the beginning, it will be paused
at the beginning of the song.
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Basic Song Playback
Fast Forward & Reverse
Stop or pause mode
[FORWARD] or [REVERSE]
In the stop or pause mode, fast forward and reverse allow you to quickly
locate a desired position in a song.
Reverse can also be used to return a song to the beginning, ready to play
again.
■ Fast Forward
1
In the stop or pause mode, hold [ ] on the front panel or
press [FORWARD] on the remote control.
=Memory=
or
Front panel
Remote control
LR SO V+00
<00:15> FORWARD
[PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel flashes quickly and the counter
shows the current position.
2
Release [ ] on the front panel, or press [FORWARD] on
the remote control again to return to the pause mode.
If you fast forward a song all the way to the end, it will be paused at
the end of the song.
■ Fast Reverse
1
In the pause mode, hold [ ] on the front panel or press
[REVERSE] on the remote control.
=Memory=
or
Front panel
Remote control
LR SO V+00
<02:22> REWIND
[PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel flashes quickly and the counter
shows the current position.
2
Release [ ] on the front panel, or press [REVERSE] on
the remote control again to return to the pause mode.
If you reverse a song all the way to the beginning, it will be paused
at the beginning of the song.
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Chapter
Basic Song Playback
3
Searching a Specific Section of a Song
During playback or stop/pause mode
[SEARCH]
Playback can be started from a specified point in a song. Instead of using
fast forward or preview, you can use this function to go directly to a desired
point within a song.
1
English
If the current song uses the “minutes and seconds” format, you specify the
point in minutes and seconds. If it uses the “measures and beats” format,
you specify the point in measures and beats.
Press [SEARCH] on the remote control.
The song search screen appears with the counter flashing.
=Memory=
A02-001
<00:00>
0-9/SEARCH
Flashes
The song will be paused at the exact point as you press [SEARCH].
2
Enter the time that you want to search for with the number
keypad.
Note:
If you enter a value higher than the
entire song time, the search goes to
the end of the song.
For example, to search for 2:56 (minutes and seconds), first press
[0], then [2], [5], and [6] when the counter is in the “minutes and
seconds” format.
=Memory=
A02-001
<02:56>
0-9/SEARCH
For example, to search for 52-3 (measures and beats), first press
[0], then [5], [2], and [3] when the counter is in the “measures and
beats” format.
=Memory=
A02-001
<052-3>
3
0-9/SEARCH
Press [SEARCH] again.
The position of the song goes to the specified point.
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Basic Song Playback
Listening to the DisklavierRadio
Media selection screen
“D-Radio”
You can listen to streaming broadcasts of music, with many channels of
music contents.
1
Select “D-Radio” in the media selection screen.

To enjoy the DisklavierRadio, first
you need to connect to the Internet.
See Chapter 5 “Internet Direct
Connection (IDC) – Connecting the
Disklavier to the Internet” on
page 35.
The channel selection screen appears.
Note:
DisklavierRadio is available only on
models of which the control unit is
replaced with the Disklavier control
unit.
][{
01:Complimentary C

2
Press [
] or [
] or [+/YES] or [–/NO] to select a channel.
or
3
Press [ENTER] or [
selected channel.
}][{
] to begin the broadcast of the
The DisklavierRadio screen appears.
Channel
Number Medium
or
=D-Radio=
CH-08:
My
Jazz
Channel Title
4
V+00
Funny Val
Song Title
Press [ ] twice to stop the broadcast and return to the
media selection screen.
×2
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Volume
To select a medium, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
Chapter
Basic Song Playback
3
■ Muting the Sound
1
Press [PAUSE] or [STOP].
“MUTE” appears on the upper right of the screen.
2
MUTE
Funny Val
English
=D-Radio=
CH-08:
My
Jazz
or
Note:
Streaming broadcasts continue
during muting. Therefore, the song
broadcasted when releasing muting
may differ from the one when
muting.
Press [PAUSE] or [STOP] again to release muting.
or
Adjusting the Volume
[VOLUME +] or [VOLUME –]
You can adjust volume with the dial on the front panel or with the remote
control as described below. Since all piano songs are recorded at the
maximum volume level of 0, volume can be decreased down to –10, the
softest volume at which the piano can play.
For ensemble songs, the volume of the piano and internal XG tone
generator are adjusted simultaneously, so it is a good idea to first balance
the volume of the piano and XG tone generator.
For songs on PianoSoft·PlusAudio, you should first balance the volume of
the MIDI piano and audio parts.
1
Note:
This setting does not affect manual
playing.

See Chapter 6 “Advanced Song
Playback – Adjusting the Volume
Balance among the Keyboard
Playing, Ensemble Sound, and
Software Playback” on page 48.
Press [VOLUME +] or [VOLUME –] on the remote control.
The main volume setting screen appears.
=BALANCE=
VOLUME-/+
MAIN VOLUME -01
2
Press [VOLUME +] or [VOLUME –] to adjust the volume.
Volume can be adjusted in a range of –10 to 0.
Note:
You can also use the dial on the
front panel to adjust the volume.
Note:
When the volume is set to –10, there
may be a slight delay in sound
production following key strokes,
and the Disklavier control unit may
skip some notes. Furthermore, at
this volume setting, touch strength
does not affect note dynamics.
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Chapter
4
Basic Recording
A song that you play on the Disklavier can be recorded and the recorded song can be easily
saved for the selected medium. Furthermore, you can title your new recording for simple
distinguish before recording.
Recording a New Song
[RECORD]
You can save a new song that you play for an album.
1
Select a destination medium and album.
2
Press [RECORD].
=Memory=
A01-039
<00:00>
S0 LR 99%
(New Song)
The level appears in the format section as soon as you play a
keyboard or press a pedal.
Press [PLAY].
[PLAY/PAUSE] stops flashing.
The Disklavier is now ready for you to play.
4
Start playing your song.
Recording will start automatically as soon as you touch a key. The
counter starts to advance.
=Memory=
A01-039
<00:01>
S0 LR 99%
(New Song)
5
Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
The recorded song is loaded.
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Note:
Up to 999 songs can be recorded in a
medium.

The recording standby screen appears, and [RECORD] on the front
panel lights red and [PLAY/PAUSE] flashes in green.
3
Note:
You cannot record a song on the
playback model.
To select a medium and album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.
Note:
You cannot select “CD”, “Playlist”
and “D-Radio” as the destination
medium.
Chapter
Basic Recording
4
Titling a Song at the Start of Recording
[RECORD]
[FUNC.]×2
Title a new song before you start recording.
Select a destination medium and album.
2
Press [RECORD].
3
Press [FUNC.] twice in the recording standby screen.

To select a medium and album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.
English
1

To rename the existing song, see
Chapter 11 “Media Management –
Renaming a Song” on page 88.
The song title editing screen appears.
=Memory=
[A-Z]
×2
4
Enter a title to a new song.
=Memory=
Chopin
[a-z]
You can enter up to 64 characters.
Follow the instructions in “Entering Characters” on next page.
5
Press [PLAY] after title determined.
Recording begins.
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4
Basic Recording
■ Entering Characters
How to Enter Characters with the Remote Control
The following illustration shows how to enter characters with the remote control.
Number keypad
Overwrites a number.
[SEARCH] button
Overwrites a dot (.).
[REVERSE] button
Deletes a character. The characters on the right of the deleted one
move to the left for one character space.
[FORWARD] button
Inserts a space.
[ ]/[ ] buttons
Moves the cursor left and right.
[+/YES]/[–/NO] buttons
Selects the character. Pressing these keys simultaneously
overwrites a space.
Yellow button
Switches the character types.
The character type cycles as follows each time you press this button:
[A-Z]: letters (upper case)
[a-z]: letters (lower case)
[etc]: symbols
[0-9]: numbers
Available Characters
The following table shows which characters are available.
Character Type
Letters
(Upper Case)
[A-Z]
Letters
(Lower Case)
[a-z]
Symbols
[etc]
Numbers
[0-9]
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Characters
Space
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Space
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
Space
!
”
#
$
%
&
’
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
/
:
;
<
=
>
?
_
@
Space
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
M
m
9
Chapter
5
Internet Direct Connection (IDC)
By connecting to the Internet, you can enjoy a streaming broadcast or download update
programs directly. Internet Direct Connection is available only on models of which the control
unit is replaced with the Disklavier control unit.
What is Internet Direct Connection (IDC)?
Note:
Internet Direct Connection (IDC) is
available only on models of which
the control unit is replaced with the
Disklavier control unit.
English
Internet Direct Connection (IDC) is a feature that allows you to connect
your Disklavier directly to the Internet. Internet Direct Connection users are
able to listen to a streaming broadcast (DisklavierRadio), and receive
valuable information such as product updates. Your Disklavier can be
upgraded remotely as new technologies and services are developed
through the IDC service.
Obtaining an ID and Password for the IDC Service
(IDC Registration)
To use the IDC service, initial registration is required using an Internetconnected computer.
Please register at the following website:
https://member.yamaha.com/myproduct/regist/
Once you have an IDC account, you will interact with that account using
the remote control. To use the full IDC service, you are required to enter
your registered ID (e-mail address) and password with the remote control.
Note:
If you have already registered for
the IDC service with any other
instrument (such as the Clavinova),
you do not need to register again.
You can use your ID and password
obtained through that registration.
Note:
Some IDC service functions do not
require an ID and password.
Connecting the Disklavier to the Internet
You can connect the Disklavier to a full-time online Internet connection
(ADSL, optical fiber, cable Internet, etc.) via a router or a modem equipped
with a router.
■ Preparations
• To use the Internet connection, you will first need to subscribe to an
Internet service or provider.
• Use a computer to obtain and configure Internet service. You cannot
obtain Internet service or configure router settings on a local area
network using the Disklavier control unit itself.
• Use an STP (shielded twisted pair) cable to connect the control unit and
a router.
• Before connecting the LAN cable, make sure to turn off (or shut down)
the Disklavier control unit.
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5
Internet Direct Connection (IDC)
■ Connecting the Disklavier Control Unit to the
Internet
Connection example 1:
Using a modem with router function
Modem
(with router function)
Other device
(such as computer)
LAN
cable
Note:
Some types of modems (such as
ADSL modems or cable modems)
have multiple ports for connecting
two or more devices (such as
computer, musical instrument, etc.).
If your modems have only one port,
an optional router or hub is required
in order to connect several devices
simultaneously.
Note:
Use an STP (shielded twisted pair)
cable for connection.
Disklavier control unit
Connection example 2:
Using a modem without router function
Modem
(without router
function)
Router
Other device
(such as computer)
LAN
cable
Disklavier control unit
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Note:
Depending on the contract with your
Internet provider, you may not be
able to connect two or more devices
(for example, a computer and this
unit) to the Internet. Please check
your contract or contact your
Internet provider for further
information.
Chapter
Internet Direct Connection (IDC)
5
For further information on the Internet connection (only a wired LAN
connection is supported), visit the Yamaha Disklavier website:
http://services.music.yamaha.com/radio/
■ Notes on Network Security
English
The Disklavier control unit attempts to achieve a balance between security
and usability in its network implementation. However, a determined hacker
may be able to defeat these security measures and utilize the network of
the purchaser in an unauthorized manner. Since each network is different,
only the purchaser can determine whether the security measures
discussed here will adequately protect their network.
The purchaser acknowledges that connection to the Internet and use of the
Disklavier control unit Internet features is done at the risk of the purchaser.
In no event shall Yamaha, its subsidiaries or Yamaha’s and/or its
subsidiaries’ directors, officers, or employees be responsible for
unauthorized access, loss or alteration of the data of the purchaser or be
liable for any damage from intrusions.
Accessing the Internet
[INTERNET]
Once you have established an IDC account and successfully connected
your Disklavier to the Internet, you can access a special Disklavier website
where you can access the DisklavierRadio, and download software
updates.
Note:
Free contents that do not require an
ID and password are available.
D-Radio

Select this to listen to streaming broadcasts of music, with many channels
of music content. You can enjoy listening to piano performances that play
continuously.
See Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback
– Listening to the DisklavierRadio”
on page 30.
Note:
The service contents are subject to
change without prior notice.
MyAccount
Select this to log in to the IDC service. You can also refer to the help
information from this option.
Update
Select this to update the Disklavier control unit using Internet connection.
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5
Internet Direct Connection (IDC)
1
Press [INTERNET] on the remote control.
The Internet menu screen appears.
(1/1)
=Internet=
*D-Radio
*MyAccount
*Update
2
Select a desired menu with the cursor buttons ([
[ ] [ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
]
Perform operations on the screen that appears.
Checking Your Account Information
[INTERNET]
“MyAccount”
You can confirm your current account information of IDC service. You can
also log out from the IDC service.
Login
Select this to log in to the IDC service. You need to enter your ID and
password.
Logout
If you wish to use another IDC account or prevent the current account from
being used by others, select this to log out from the IDC service.
Account Information
Select this to confirm your account information.
Subscription Status
Select this to confirm your DisklavierRadio subscription status.
1
Press [INTERNET] on the remote control.
The Internet menu screen appears.
=Internet=
(1/1)
*D-Radio
*MyAccount
*Update
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Note:
ID and password are not required for
free contents (such as free channel
of DisklavierRadio).
Chapter
Internet Direct Connection (IDC)
2
Select “MyAccount” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ] [ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
5
]
(1/1)
=Internet=
*D-Radio
*MyAccount
*Update
English
The MyAccount screen appears.
]
3
Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([
then press [ENTER].
][
]),
Perform operations on the screen that appears.
Updating the Disklavier Control Unit Using the Internet
[INTERNET]
“Update”
You can download the update program directly from the Internet and
update the firmware of the Disklavier control unit.
1
Press [INTERNET] on the remote control.
The Internet menu screen appears.
(1/1)
=Internet=
*D-Radio
*MyAccount
*Update
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2
Select “Update” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
(1/1)
=Internet=
*D-Radio
*MyAccount
*Update
The update screen appears if there is any update program
available.
]
You can scroll the screen up or down with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]).
3
]
Following the instructions on the screen, select the option
with the cursor buttons ([ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]), then press
[ENTER].
][
The download process of the update program starts.
=Update=
Now Downloading...
50% ( 1 / 1 )
4
Shut down the Disklavier control unit with [ON/OFF] on the
front panel after the download process is completed.
]
The update program is now prepared.
Update the firmware following the procedures in Chapter 13 “Other
Settings – Updating the Disklavier Control Unit” on page 132.
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5
Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for the Internet Connection
[SETUP]
“Network”
You can change various settings related to the Internet connection. In most
cases, you do not have to change the default factory settings.
Information

To use the Internet connection,
inquire of your Internet service
provider.
Use DHCP
Select the method to determine several addresses. If your router has
DHCP server function, we recommend that you to select “DHCP” or
“DHCP+DNS.”
English
Note:
For information about DNS server
address, IP address, subnet mask
and gateway server address, inquire
of your internet service provider.
You can confirm the information of network settings.
DNS1/DNS2
Enter the address of the primary and secondary DNS server. These
settings must be made when Use DHCP is set to “DHCP+DNS” or
“MANUAL.”
IPAddr./SubMask/Gateway
Enter the address of the control unit, subnet mask and gateway server.
These settings must be made when Use DHCP is set to “MANUAL.”
Proxy/Proxy Port
Enter the name and the port number for the proxy server. These settings
are necessary only when a proxy server is located in your local network.
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “Network” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
=SETUP MENU=
_(2/3)]
*Network
*Playback
*Shortcut
The network setting screen appears.
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3
Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
[ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change
setting.
]
If you select “Information” on the network setting screen, the
current network setting appears. To return to the network setting
screen, press [BACK] after confirming.
4
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
Initializing Internet Settings
[SETUP]
“Reset”
If you want to initialize the Internet settings, first you must reset the
Disklavier control unit to its initial factory setting.
However, cookies are still remain after parameter resetting. To delete
cookies, perform the appropriate operation on the reset screen.

For details on cookies, see Chapter
16 “Glossary” on page 139.

See Chapter 13 “Other Settings –
Resetting the Disklavier Control
Unit” on page 130.
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Advanced Song Playback
Changing the Playback Tempo
[TEMPO –] or [TEMPO +]
Note:
You cannot change the playback
tempo of songs on audio CDs.
These tempo settings remain in effect until recording is started, another
medium or album is selected, or the Disklavier control unit is turned off.

1
Press [TEMPO –] or [TEMPO +] on the remote control.
English
You can speed up or slow down the playback tempo. Slowing down the
playback tempo can be useful when practicing a difficult piano part.
Tempo changes to songs that you
have recorded yourself can be made
permanent. See Chapter 7
“Advanced Recording – Changing
the Default Tempo” on page 65.
The tempo setting screen appears.
=Memory=
TEMPO-/0/+
TEMPO +01%
2
Press [TEMPO –] or [TEMPO +] to adjust the tempo.
Note:
You can also use the dial on the
front panel to adjust the tempo.
Playback tempo can be adjusted from –50% to +50% in 1%
increments.
Press [TEMPO 0] to set to the original tempo.
Playing Back Songs in a Different Key (Transposition)
[TRANSPOSE –] or [TRANSPOSE +]
Playback can be transposed up or down by up to two octaves. This is
useful, for example, when you want to sing along (karaoke) in a different
key from the original recording.
Transposition changes remain in effect until recording is started, another
medium or album is selected, or the Disklavier control unit is turned off.
Note:
This function cannot be used to
transpose songs from external
devices connected to the OMNI IN
jacks, or on audio CDs.
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1
Press [TRANSPOSE –] or [TRANSPOSE +] on the remote
control.
The transposition setting screen appears.
=Memory=
TRANS-/0/+
TRANS +01key
2
Press [TRANSPOSE –] or [TRANSPOSE +] to change the
key.
Playback can be transposed in half-step increments up or down
two octaves (–24 key to +24 key).
Press [TRANSPOSE 0] to set to the original key.
Repeating Song Playback
[REPEAT]
There are three repeat modes (ALL, RPT, RND) as described below. You
can use these functions for entertainment or study purpose.
Repeat mode settings remain in effect until recording is started, another
medium or album is selected, or the Disklavier control unit is tuned off.
1
Press [REPEAT] on the remote control.
The repeat setting screen appears.
=Memory=
REPEAT ALL
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REPEAT
Note:
You can also use the dial on the
front panel to adjust the key.
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2
6
Press [REPEAT] to select repeat modes.
The following options are available:
Description
ALL
Repeats all songs on the selected album.
RPT
Repeats selected song.
RND
Shuffles the order of songs on the selected album and
repeats the cycle.
OFF
Plays back songs normally.
3
Press [PLAY] to start repeat playback.
4
To cancel the repeat mode, press [REPEAT] until “OFF”
appears on the screen.
English
Option
Repeating a Specific Section of a Song (A-B Repeat)
During playback
[A-B]
In the A-B repeat, playback is repeated between two specified points in a
song: point A and point B. This function is useful when practicing or
memorizing a difficult section of a song.
Once specified, points A and B are saved until another song is selected,
recording is started, or the Disklavier control unit is turned off.
1
To set point A, play back a song and press [A-B] on the
remote control when the desired point is reached.
Point A is set.
The A-B repeat setting screen appears with the “B” flashing.
=Memory=
A-B
Flashes
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2
Note:
You cannot set point B that is
beyond the selected song.
To set point B, press [A-B] again.
Point B is set.
=Memory=
A-B
<02:22> A-B
Playback starts from point A, continues up to point B and, returns to
point A and playback starts repeatedly.
Point B
Point A
SONG 1
SONG 2
SONG 3
Start
Cycle
3
To cancel the A-B repeat, press [A-B] so that “OFF”
flashes on the screen.
=Memory=
A-B
Note:
The A-B repeat is cancelled if you
escape from the A-B repeat setting
screen by other operations.
Flashes
Pressing [BACK] also cancels the point setting, and returns to the
song playback screen.
Playing Back Only the Desired Piano Part
[PART SELECT L] or [PART SELECT R]
This could be useful, for example, when listening carefully to one part, and
also when you practice only the left- or right-hand part while the Disklavier
plays the other.
■ Cancelling the Piano Part

1
Select the desired song.
2
Press [PART SELECT L] or [PART SELECT R] on the
remote control to cancel a part.
The part cancellation screen appears with the corresponding part
canceled.
=Piano Part=
L/R
L=ON R=OFF P=ON
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To select a song, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
Chapter
Advanced Song Playback
Notes of displays:
Note:
Guide part can be set on the models
capable of the SmartKey playback.
Display
Description
L
Left hand part
R
Right hand part
P
Pedal part
ON
Plays part
OFF
Cancels part
G
Plays part with guide (only for SmartKey song)
---
No plays on part
Note:
For the SmartKey song, “ON”,
“OFF” and “G” appear sequentially
each time you press [PART
SELECT L] or [PART SELECT R].
English
3
6
To replay the cancelled part, press [PART SELECT L] or
[PART SELECT R] again so that “ON” appears on the
screen.
=Piano Part=
L/R
L=ON R=ON P=ON
4
Press [BACK] to return to the song playback screen.
■ Cancelling the Pedal Part
1
On the part cancellation screen, press [
=Piano Part=
] to select “P=.”
L/R
L=ON R=OFF P=ON
2
Press [–/NO] to cancel a pedal part.
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3
To replay the pedal part, press [+/YES] to select “ON” with
the cursor is on “P=.”
4
Press [BACK] to return to the song playback screen.
Adjusting the Volume Balance among the Keyboard Playing,
Ensemble Sound, and Software Playback
[BALANCE]
Besides adjusting the overall volume, the volume balance among the
different sound sources as described below can be adjustable.
TG:
Adjusts the volume of the ensemble sound reproduced by the
tone generator (TG) of the Disklavier control unit.
Audio:
Adjusts the volume of the accompaniment or standard audio
sound pre-recorded in the software (CDs).
Voice:
Adjusts the volume of the ensemble voice when you play using
the voice function.
■ Adjusting the TG Balance
1
Note:
You cannot adjust the volume
balance during the DisklavierRadio
playback.

See Chapter 8 “Advanced Piano
Playing – Playing the Disklavier
with an Ensemble Voice” on
page 69.
Press [BALANCE] on the remote control.
The TG balance setting screen appears.
=BALANCE=
TG BALANCE 100
2
-/+
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to adjust the volume of the tone
generator.
Tone generator volume can be adjusted in a range of 10 to 127.
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Note:
You can also use the dial on the
front panel to adjust the volume.
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■ Adjusting the Audio Balance
1
Press [BALANCE] twice on the remote control.
The audio balance setting screen appears.
=BALANCE=
2
-/+
AUDIO BALANCE 100
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to adjust the volume of the
audio.
English
×2
Note:
You can also use the dial on the
front panel to adjust the volume.
Audio volume can be adjusted in a range of 10 to 127.
■ Adjusting the Voice Balance
1
Press [BALANCE] three times on the remote control.
The voice balance setting screen appears.
=BALANCE=
×3
2
-/+
VOICE BALANCE 100
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to adjust the volume of the voice.
Note:
You can also use the dial on the
front panel to adjust the volume.
Voice volume can be adjusted in a range of 0 to 127.
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Adjusting the Pitch of Audio
During playback
[FUNC.]
You can temporarily adjust the pitch of the song contains audio
(PianoSoft·PlusAudio, SmartPianoSoft) or an audio CD for your listening
pleasure.
Pitch adjustments are effective until another medium or album is selected,
recording is started, or the Disklavier control unit is turned off.
1
During the song playback, press [FUNC.] on the remote
control.
The audio pitch setting screen appears.
=CD=
-+ENT
AudioPitch=+00cent
2
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the audio pitch.
=CD=
-+ENT
AudioPitch=+01cent
Audio pitch can be adjusted in a range of –50 cent to +50 cent (one
semitone as 100 cent).
Adjusting the L/R Balance of Audio
During playback
[FUNC.]
You can temporarily adjust the L/R balance of an audio CD.
Balance adjustments are effective until another song is selected, recording
is started, or the Disklavier control unit is turned off.
1
During the song playback, press [FUNC.] several times.
The audio pan setting screen appears.
=CD=
-+ENT
AudioPan=Center
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Note:
This function cannot be used to
adjust the pitch of external audio
CDs connected to the OMNI IN
jacks.
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6
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the audio pan.
=CD=
-+ENT
AudioPan=Left
Option
Description
Left
Audio of the L channel is output to both of the L and R
channels.
Center
Audio of the L channel is output to the L channel, and the
R channel is output to the R channel.
Right
Audio of the R channel is output to both of the L and R
channels.
English
The following pan settings are available:
Using the Timer Play
[SETUP]
“TimerPlay”
You can program your Disklavier to start or stop playback of a song at
various specified times. All you need to do is register up to a maximum of
99 timer settings, and your Disklavier will perform them unattended. This
function is called “timer play.”
The following describes how to play back the first album in the internal
flash memory at 8:15 AM.
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
Note:
The internal calendar must be set in
advance in order for the timer play
to function. See Chapter 2 “Getting
Started – Setting the Internal
Calendar” on page 16.
Note:
The control unit must be turned on
in advance in order for the timer
play to function. The timer play
cannot turn on/off the control unit.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
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Select “TimerPlay” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
The timer play setting screen appears.
Timer switch
=TimerPlay=
_?]-+
>TimerPlay=OFF
01[### ##:## ---]
Program Day Time Function Album
number
selection
3
Confirm that the cursor is on the timer switch, then press
[+/YES] and [–/NO] to switch the timer play on and off.
=TimerPlay=
-+
>TimerPlay=ON
01[### ##:## ---]
4
Press [
] and [
] to select the desired program number.
You can scroll the screen up or down, and select the desired
program number.
5
Press [ ] and [ ] to move the cursor to the function
parameter, then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the
desired function.
=TimerPlay=
-+
>TimerPlay=ON
01[### ##:## PLAY -----]
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The following functions are available:
PLAY
Starts playback of songs.
STOP
Stops playback of songs.
RND
Starts playback of songs at random.
OFF
Turns off the Disklavier (standby mode).
6
Press [ ] to move the cursor to the album selection
parameter, then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the
desired album.
=TimerPlay=
-+
>TimerPlay=ON
01[### ##:## PLAY Mem01]
The following selections are available:
7
Mem01 Mem99
Albums (01 - 99) in the internal flash memory.
Lst01 Lst99
Playlists (01 - 99) created in the internal flash memory.
Radio
The last DisklavierRadio channel you have listened to.
-----
Current selected song.
English
When “PLAY” or “RND” is selected, the album selection parameter
appears.
Note:
“Radio” is available only on models
of which the control unit is replaced
with the Disklavier control unit.
Note:
You cannot select “Radio” if you
select “RND” in step 5.
Note:
When “Radio” is selected, the
Disklavier will connect to the
Internet one minute prior to the time
you have set, and the channel
selection screen appears.
DisklavierRadio will begin to play
at the designated time.
Press [ ] to move the cursor to the day parameter, then
press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the desired day.
=TimerPlay=
_?=]-+
>TimerPlay=ON
01[M-F ##:## PLAY Mem01]
The following day settings are available:
ALL
The timer play functions on every day of the week.
MON
The timer play functions only on Monday.
TUE
The timer play functions only on Tuesday.
WED
The timer play functions only on Wednesday.
THU
The timer play functions only on Thursday.
FRI
The timer play functions only on Friday.
SAT
The timer play functions only on Saturday.
SUN
The timer play functions only on Sunday.
M-F
The timer play functions on Monday thru Friday.
M-S
The timer play functions on Monday thru Saturday.
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8
Press [ ] to move the cursor to the hour parameter, then
press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to set hours.
=TimerPlay=
-+
>TimerPlay=ON
01[M-F 08:00 PLAY Mem01]
9
Press [ ] to move the cursor to the minute parameter,
then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to set minutes.
=TimerPlay=
-+
>TimerPlay=ON
01[M-F 08:15 PLAY Mem01]
10
Press [ENTER] to return to the setup menu screen.
11
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
■ About Song Playback Screen
When the song playback is stopped — with the timer play function is set to
ON and the current time is displayed — “T” flashes to the right side of the
current time.
Indicates that the timer play is on.
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Skipping the Blank Part at the Beginning of a Song
[SETUP]
“Playback”
When there is a blank part created at the beginning of the recorded song,
turning on this function automatically skips the unwanted part and starts
playback from the actual beginning of the song.
English
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “Playback” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
=SETUP MENU=
_(2/3)]
*Network
*Playback
*Shortcut
The playback setting screen appears with the cursor flashing.
-+
=Playback=
>SkipSpace=OFF
>KeyMotion=ON
3
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the setting.
=Playback=
>SkipSpace=ON
>KeyMotion=ON
-+
4
Press [ENTER] to return to the setup menu screen.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
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SmartKey™ Playback
Select a SmartKey song
[PLAY]
Special SmartKey software uses all the “SmartKey” features to create an
exciting way in which non-players can learn to play simple melodies, one
note at a time, without the need for written music. SmartKey software does
this by partially depressing the piano key to signal which note should be
played. The Disklavier then waits for you to press this key before it
continues to the next note in the melody (If you miss the movement of the
key, the Disklavier will repeat the movement until you press the key).
When you press the key, the Disklavier will reward you with ear tickling
phrases, incredible harmonies, and lush arpeggios to give you the aural
and visual image of a complete high-quality performance. In short, it
SHOWS you which key to play, WAITS for you to play that key before it
continues, and REWARDS you with music. It is like having an eternally
patient music teacher showing your fingers which notes to play.
1
Select a desired SmartKey song.
2
Press [PLAY].
Key moves slightly
The key to play flashes in the counter.
Pachelbel=s
Flashes
Play the key that the keyboard indicates.
This will continue until the song is finished. Notice that the
Disklavier patiently waits for you to play the right key before
proceeding to the next key. Also, notice that if you happen to miss
the cue, it will gently remind you what the key is every few seconds
until you play the right key.
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
To select a song, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.

Playback stops, and the key to play next moves slightly.
3
Note:
SmartKey playback is available only
when the control unit of models with
the SmartKey feature is replaced
with the Disklavier control unit.
Models capable of SmartKey
playback:
- Disklavier Mark III Series (DU1A)
- Disklavier Mark III Series FullFunction Models
- Disklavier Mark III Series
Standard Models
- Disklavier Mark III Series PRO
Models
To cancel the SmartKey playback,
see Chapter 6 “Advanced Song
Playback – Playing Back Only the
Desired Piano Part” on page 46.
Chapter
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6
■ Key notation
As a reference, “C3” is middle “C”, which means “C4” is an octave above
middle “C” and so on.
C 2D 2
F 2G 2 A 2
C 3D 3
F 3G 3A 3 C 4
English
C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 A2 B2 C3 D3 E3 F3 G3 A3 B3 C4
Middle C
Inactivating the Key Movement during Playback
During playback
[FUNC.]
During playback of a song, key normally move in accordance with the
playback of the respective note’s key. For models equipped with the Silent
Piano™ function, you can select an option of stopping this key movement
during the song playback with the Silent Piano™ function. This enables
you, for example, to play along with the song being played back, to add
your own improvisation, or to create a four-hand duet.
1
Note:
Key movement can only be
inactivated on models of which the
control unit is replaced with the
Disklavier control unit.
Note:
You can change the setting for key
movement from the “Playback”
option in the setup menu.
During the song playback with the Silent Piano™ function,
press [FUNC.] several times.
The key motion setting screen appears.
=Memory=
-+ENT
KeyMotion=ON
2
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the setting.
=Memory=
KeyMotion=OFF
-+ENT
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Advanced Recording
This chapter describes further functions for the advanced piano recording such as playing and
measuring the current playing song tempo with the metronome, recording the left-hand part
and the right-hand part separately.
Recording with the Internal Metronome
[METRONOME]
[RECORD]
You can use the metronome to record songs.
Songs recorded with the metronome will be in the measures and beats
format.
All metronome parameters are reset when the Disklavier control unit is
switched off.
1
Press [METRONOME] on the remote control.
The metronome setting screen appears.
=METRONOME=
-+
TEMPO=117bpm =4/4
VOLUME= SOUND=BUZZER
2
To change the tempo, move the cursor to the tempo
parameter (“TEMPO”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
[ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
]
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =4/4
VOLUME=* SOUND=BUZZER
The tempo can be adjusted in a range of 30 bpm to 400 bpm.
3
To change the beat, move the cursor to the beat parameter
(“”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]), then
press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =3/4
VOLUME=* SOUND=BUZZER
The following beat settings are available: 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4,
7/4, 8/4, 9/4.
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Note:
The tempo parameter displayed on
the metronome setting screen
indicates the number of beats in a
minute, and one beat represents a
quarter. When you play a song
written in different measure unit
from quarter note, change the setting
(e.g. When playing a song in 3/2, set
beat to 6/4).
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4
To change the volume, move the cursor to the volume
parameter (“VOLUME”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
[ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
7
]
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =3/4
VOLUME= SOUND=BUZZER
English
The volume can be adjusted in 4 steps.
5
To change the sound, move the cursor to the sound
parameter (“SOUND”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
[ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
]
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =3/4
VOLUME= SOUND=TG
The following sound settings are available: BUZZER, TG.
6
Press [RECORD] in the metronome setting screen.
The metronome recording setting screen appears.
=Memory=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =3/4
VOLUME= SOUND=TG
7
Press [PLAY].
Recording begins immediately.
[PLAY/PAUSE], [REC] and [SELECT] on the front panel flash
simultaneously at the first beat of the metronome.
8
Start playing your song.
9
Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
The recorded song is loaded.
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Recording the Left and Right Parts Separately
[RECORD]
[FUNC.]
When recording an L/R song, the left- and right-hand parts can be
recorded separately. Either part can be recorded first, and the pedals can
be recorded with the first part.
While you record the second part, the first part will play back for
monitoring.
If the left-hand or right-hand part is difficult to play at normal speed, the first
part can be recorded at a slow tempo, and then the tempo changed
afterwards to record the second part at the normal song speed.
This section describes how to record the left-hand part first then the
right-hand part second.
■ Recording the Left-Hand Part
1
Select a destination medium and album.
2
Press [RECORD].

To select a medium and album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.

3
Press [FUNC.] in the recording standby screen.
The part selection screen appears.
=Memory=
L=REC R=OFF
4
LR
Make sure that the left-hand part is set to be recorded
(“L=REC”), then press [PLAY].
This Disklavier is now ready for you to play the left-hand part.
5
Start playing your song.
Recording will start as soon as you touch a key.
6
Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
The L/R song with the left-hand part recorded is saved onto the
selected album.
Next, record the right-hand part overwriting the left-hand part that
you have just recorded.
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In the case you want to title your
new song before recording, see
Chapter 4 “Basic Recording –
Titling a Song at the Start of
Recording” on page 33, to rename
the title after recording, see Chapter
11 “Media Management –
Renaming a Song” on page 88.

If you want to record your L/R song
using the metronome, see Chapter 7
“Advanced Recording – Recording
with the Internal Metronome” on
page 58.
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Advanced Recording
Press [RECORD].
8
Press [ ] and [ ] to select the L/R song with the lefthand part that you have just recorded, then press
[ENTER].
9
Press [FUNC.] in the recording standby screen.
English
7
7
The part selection screen appears.
=Memory=
L=PLY R=OFF
LR
The part that has already been recorded is displayed as “L=PLY.”
10
Press [PART SELECT R] to record the right-hand part.
=Memory=
L=PLY R=REC
LR
The part set to “REC” will be recorded.
11
Press [PLAY].
Playback of the left-hand recorded part starts immediately, so be
sure that you are ready to play the right-hand part along with it.
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Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
The following screen appears.
=Memory=
ENT
Save to Disk?
*SAVE *NEW *CANCEL
The following table gives a description of each of the options.
Option
Description
SAVE
The second part is saved with the first part under the
current song number, overwriting the previously saved
first part.
NEW
The second part is saved under a new song number.
The first part is kept under the previous song number.
CANCEL The second part is discarded. The first part is kept
under the previous song number.
13
Press [ ] and [
[ENTER].
] to select an option, then press
The right-hand part is saved as indicated or canceled.
Recording the Left and Right Parts Together (Setting a Split Point)
[RECORD]
[FUNC.]
You can also record an L/R song by playing the left- and right-hand parts
simultaneously. In this case, a keyboard split point is set, and the notes
played on the left-hand side of the split point are saved as the left-hand
part, and notes played on the right-hand side of the split point are saved as
the right-hand part.
1
Select a destination medium and album.
2
Press [RECORD].
3
The part selection screen appears.
L=REC R=OFF
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To select a medium or album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.

Press [FUNC.] in the recording standby screen.
=Memory=

LR
In the case you want to title your
new song before recording, see
Chapter 4 “Basic Recording –
Titling a Song at the Start of
Recording” on page 33, to rename
the title after recording, see Chapter
11 “Media Management –
Renaming a Song” on page 88.

If you want to record your L/R song
using the metronome, see Chapter 7
“Advanced Recording – Recording
with the Internal Metronome” on
page 58.
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4
7
Press [PART SELECT R] to set both parts to record.
The split point setting screen appears.
=Memory=
-+
LR=REC SPLIT=C3
English
The above display shows that the default keyboard split point is
note C3, or middle C. In this case, note C3 and notes below are
saved as the left-hand part and notes above C3 are saved as the
right-hand part, as shown in the following figure.
C3
Left-hand part
5
Right-hand part
To change the split point, press a key on the keyboard or
[+/YES] and [–/NO] to select a different key.
or
The split point can be set from note A-1 to note C7.
6
Press [PLAY].
The Disklavier is now ready for you to play.
7
Starts playing your song with the left- and right-hand parts
and the pedal part simultaneously.
Recording will start as soon as you touch a key.
8
Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
The recorded song is loaded.
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Re-recording One Part
[RECORD]
Select the L/R song
[PART SELECT L] or [PART SELECT R]
You can re-record the only one part left-hand or the right-hand of the
existing L/R song.
1
Select a desired medium and album.
2
Press [RECORD].
3
Press [ ] and [ ] to select the L/R song that you want to
re-record, then press [ENTER].
4
Press [PART SELECT L] or [PART SELECT R] to select the
part to re-record.
The part set to “REC” will be re-recorded.
5
Press [PLAY].
Recording will start immediately, so be sure that you are ready to
play the part.
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
To select a medium and album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.
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7
Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
The following screen appears.
=Memory=
ENT
Save to Disk?
*SAVE *NEW *CANCEL
Option
Description
SAVE
The re-recorded part is saved with the other existing
part under the current song number, overwriting the
selected part.
NEW
The re-recorded part is saved under a new song
number. The existing parts are kept under the current
song number.
English
The following table gives a description of each of the options.
CANCEL The re-recorded part is discarded. The existing parts
are kept under the current song number.
7
Press [ ] and [
[ENTER].
] to select an option, then press
The re-recorded part is saved as indicated or canceled.
Changing the Default Tempo
[RECORD]
Select the song
[FUNC.]×3
This function allows you to change the default tempo of a song and save
the change. It should not be confused with the playback tempo function
described in Chapter 6 “Advanced Song Playback – Changing the
Playback Tempo” in which tempo changes are lost when the Disklavier
control unit is turned off.
The tempo of a song can be changed many times. This function can be
used when recording a very complex song that is difficult to play at a fast
tempo. First, record the song at a tempo you can manage, then change the
tempo afterwards. For example, you could record a difficult left-hand part
at a slow tempo, use this function to change the tempo, then record the
right-hand part at the normal tempo.
If a song’s time format is minutes and seconds, tempo changes are
specified as a percentage of the original tempo.
If a song’s time format is measures and beats, tempo changes are
specified in beats per minute.
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1
Select a desired medium and album.
2
Press [RECORD].
3
Press [ ] and [ ] to select the song in which you want
to change the tempo, then press [ENTER].
4
Press [FUNC.] three times.

To select a medium or album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.
×3
For measures and beats, the current song tempo (bpm) is shown.
=Memory=
-+
TEMPO=117bpm =4/4
VOLUME= SOUND=BUZZER
For minutes and seconds, the current song tempo is shown as
“000%.”
=Memory=
TEMPO=+000%
5
-+
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the tempo.
[+/YES] increases the tempo, and [–/NO] decreases the tempo.
For measure and beats, the tempo range is from 30 bpm to 400
bpm.
For minutes and seconds, the tempo range is from –75% to
+242%.
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Note:
You cannot change the beat setting
on the prerecorded songs.
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7
Press [STOP] to save the tempo change.
The following screen appears.
=Memory=
ENT
Save to Disk?
*SAVE *NEW *CANCEL
Option
Description
SAVE
The song is saved at its new tempo under the current
song number.
NEW
The song is saved at its new tempo under a new song
number. The original song is kept under the previous
song number.
English
The following table gives a description of each of the options.
CANCEL The song with a new tempo is discarded. The original
song is kept under the previous song number.
7
Press [
] and [
] to select an option, then press [ENTER].
To change the tempo again or to reset the original tempo, repeat
steps 1 to 6.
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Playing the Disklavier along with the Internal Metronome
[METRONOME]
The internal metronome helps you playing along the meter (beat) and the
tempo you set. Also the volume of the metronome can be adjusted.
1
Press [METRONOME] on the remote control.
The metronome setting screen appears and the metronome starts
to click.
=METRONOME=
-+
TEMPO=117bpm =4/4
VOLUME= SOUND=BUZZER
2
To change the tempo, move the cursor to the tempo
parameter (“TEMPO”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
[ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
]
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =4/4
VOLUME=* SOUND=BUZZER
The tempo can be adjusted in a range of 30 bpm to 400 bpm.
3
To change the beat, move the cursor to the beat parameter
(“”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]), then
press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =3/4
VOLUME=* SOUND=BUZZER
The following beat settings are available: 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4,
7/4, 8/4, 9/4.
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Note:
The tempo parameter displayed on
the metronome setting screen
indicates the number of beats in a
minute, and one beat represents a
quarter. When you play a song
written in different measure unit
from quarter note, change the setting
(e.g.When playing a song in 3/2, set
beat to 6/4).
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4
To change the volume, move the cursor to the volume
parameter (“VOLUME”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
[ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
8
]
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =3/4
VOLUME= SOUND=BUZZER
English
The volume can be adjusted in 4 steps.
5
To change the sound, move the cursor to the sound
parameter (“SOUND”) with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
[ ] [ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
]
=METRONOME=
_?=]-+
TEMPO=125bpm =3/4
VOLUME= SOUND=TG
The following sound settings are available: BUZZER, TG
6
To cancel this function, press [METRONOME] again.
Playing the Disklavier with an Ensemble Voice
[VOICE]
The [VOICE] on the remote control lets you assign a voice from the internal
XG tone generator to accompany the piano while you play. You will hear in
unison the piano sound coming from the Disklavier and an ensemble voice
produced by the internal XG tone generator. This is sometimes referred to
as voice layering or unison.
The internal XG tone generator offers 480 instrumental voices and 11
drum kits for playing the keyboard.
1
Note:
You cannot use the voice function
on the playback model.

For details on voice groups and
voices, see Chapter 17 “Internal
Tone Generator Voices” on
page 142.
Press [VOICE] on the remote control.
The voice selection screen appears.
][
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2
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select a voice group.
Changing the voice group displays the top voice of that group in the
voice parameters.
][
3
To change the voice, press [ ] to move the cursor to the
voice parameter, then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].
][!"
If necessary, adjust the volume of the voice in the voice balance
setting screen.
4
To cancel this function, press [VOICE] again.

See Chapter 6 “Advanced Song
Playback – Adjusting the Volume
Balance among the Keyboard
Playing, Ensemble Sound, and
Software Playback” on page 48.
Note:
The voice function is cancelled if
you escape from the voice selection
screen by other operations.
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Chapter
9
Video Synchronization
You can record a song synchronized with the video, and enjoy a synchronized playback of
piano and video later on. This feature offers great listening experience with sight.
Video Synchronized Recording
[SETUP]
“AudioI/O”
Connect a camcorder and a DVD recorder

For details on video synchronized
playback, see Chapter 9 “Video
Synchronization – Video
Synchronized Playback” on page 75.
English
By recording a song played on the Disklavier synchronized with the video
recording, later on, you can enjoy piano playback with the video. First set
up the camcorder, the DVD recorder, and the Disklavier control unit, and
then start recording by following the procedures below.
■ Setting for Video Synchronized Recording
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “AudioI/O” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
The audio I/O setting screen appears.
] 3
Select “OMNI IN” with the cursor buttons ([ ] [ ]), then
press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting to “Auto
Detect”.
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4
Select “OMNI OUT” with the cursor buttons ([ ] [
then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting to
“SYNC”.
]),
][
5
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
6
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
7
Connect a camcorder and a DVD recorder to the Disklavier
control unit.
Camcorder
(for shooting)
DVD recorder
(for recording and playback)
TV
(for displaying)
To A/V output
To video
input
Video
connector
(yellow)
To video
input
A/V cord
(supplied with the
camcorder)
RCA cord
(not supplied)
Disklavier
control unit
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To
video
output
To
audio
input
To audio
output
Video cord
(not supplied)
RCA cord
(not supplied)
Note:
Confirm the shape of input/output
connectors on the camcorder and the
DVD recorder, and prepare the
cables fit to them.
Chapter
Video Synchronization
9
■ Starting Video Synchronized Recording
1
Select a destination medium and album.
2
Press [RECORD].
To select a medium and album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.
English
The video synchronized recording standby screen appears, and
[RECORD] on the front panel lights red, and [PLAY/PAUSE]
flashed in green.

=Memory=(SYNC) SO LR 99%
A01-005
<00:00>
(New Song)
3
Set the camcorder to video shooting mode.
4
Select the video input on the DVD recorder which the
camcorder is connected to, then start recording on the
DVD recorder.
5
Press [PLAY].
[PLAY/PAUSE] stops flashing, and the counter starts to advance.
=Memory=(SYNC) SO LR 99%
A01-005
<00:00>
(New Song)
6
Wait for approximately ten seconds, and then start playing
your song.
This step is necessary for synchronization of the song and the
video playback, and should not be omitted.
7
Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
8
Stop recording on the DVD recorder.
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■ Using the Camcorder only
If your camcorder has both mic input and audio output, you can
perform video synchronized recording using the camcorder only.
1. Set the Disklavier control unit following the procedures 1 to 5 on
page 71.
2. Connect a camcorder to the Disklavier control unit.
Camcorder
To mic/line
input
To audio
output
RCA cord with
resistance
(not supplied)
RCA cord
(not supplied)
Disklavier control unit
3. Select a destination medium and album.
4. Press [RECORD].
5. Start recording on the camcorder.
6. Press [PLAY].
7. Wait for approximately ten seconds, and then start playing your
song.
8. Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song.
9. Stop recording on the camcorder.
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Video Synchronized Playback
You can enjoy piano playback with the video recorded on the DVD
recorder.
Perform the video synchronized recording in advance.
2
Make sure that the OMNI IN setting is set to “AutoDetect”.
3
Turn down the volume completely on the TV if you
connect the audio output of the DVD recorder to the TV.

English
1
Note:
Be sure to rewind the video cassette
to locate the beginning of the
recording. It may take some time
before piano playback starts if you
start playback halfway through the
video.
See “Setting for Video
Synchronized Recording” on
page 71.
Turn down the volume completely on the camcorder if you use the
camcorder only.
4
Start playback on the DVD recorder.
Start playback on the camcorder if you use the camcorder only.
The Disklavier control unit automatically searches and selects the
song paired with the video, and then starts playback as well.
PIANO005.MID
If the piano playing is not synchronized with the video
Adjust the offset time for synchronization. See Chapter 12 “Enhancing the
Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices – Setting the Disklavier Control
Unit for Audio Data Reception/Transmission” on page 113.
If noises (synchronized signal) are heard during playback
Turn down the signal level and re-record. See Chapter 12 “Enhancing the
Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices – Setting the Disklavier Control
Unit for Audio Data Reception/Transmission” on page 113.
Note:
When using the song copied to the
USB flash memory, it may take
some time until the Disklavier
control unit recognizes the
information for synchronization.
Note:
When searching for songs for video
synchronized playback from a USB
flash memory, you can search from
a maximum of 150 songs per USB
flash memory. It is therefore
recommended that you copy songs
for video synchronized playback
onto the internal memory. When
saving onto a USB flash memory, it
is recommended that you do not
exceed a total of 150 saved songs
per memory.
Note:
You cannot operate the Disklavier
using the front panel or remote
control during video synchronized
playback. If you want to stop
playback of the song, stop playback
on the DVD recorder (or the
camcorder).
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CD Synchronization
You can record a piano performance along with the playback of songs on commercially
available CDs. Once you record a song with this feature, later on, you can enjoy piano
playback along with the played back songs on the CD.
CD Synchronized Recording
Insert an audio CD
[RECORD]
You can record a Disklavier piano performance along with the playback of
songs on commercial CDs.
1
Select a destination medium and album, then song in the
selected album.
2
Insert an audio CD and select the song that you want to
synchronize with.
3
Press [RECORD].
Note:
The Disklavier control unit
recognizes the destination album by
selecting the song in it. Note that the
selected song is not overwritten by
this procedure.

To select a medium and album, see
Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –
Selecting Medium and Their
Contents” on page 22.
The SPS recording standby screen appears, and [RECORD] on the
front panel lights red, and [PLAY/PAUSE] flashes in green.
=Memory=(SPS)
A01-038
<00:00>
LR 99%
(New Song)
4
Select the desired part of a song, then press [PLAY] to
start synchronizing.
Recording begins with the CD playback.
5
Start playing the Disklavier along with the CD playback.
6
Press [STOP] to stop recording.
The recorded song is loaded.
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
To play back the performance
recorded with this feature, see
Chapter 10 “CD Synchronization –
Adding Disklavier Accompaniment
to Commercial CD Songs
(PianoSmart™ Playback)” on
page 77.
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10
Adding Disklavier Accompaniment to Commercial CD Songs
(PianoSmart™ Playback)
Insert a CD
Select a SmartPianoSoft song
[PLAY]
1
Insert a desired CD that you want to synchronize with the
SmartPianoSoft song.
2
Select a desired SmartPianoSoft song.
3
Press [PLAY].
English
You can add a Disklavier piano performance you recorded or on
commercially available SmartPianoSoft software to the playback of songs
on your favorite CDs.

To select a song, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
Playback begins with the CD playback.
=Memory=
A01-038
<00:03> My
(SPS)V+00
Favorite
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Media Management
This chapter describes how to manage contents inside the media, such as managing albums,
songs and playlists.
Managing Albums
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
You can use the album function menu for creating, deleting and copying
albums inside a medium.
1
Press [FUNC.] in the album selection screen.

To select a album, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
The album function menu screen appears.
(1/2)
=ALBUM MENU=
*CopyAlbum *DeleteAlbum
*NewAlbum *RenameAlbum
2
Select a desired function with the cursor buttons ([
[ ] [ ] [ ]), then press [ENTER].
]
Note:
Available functions vary depending
on the medium you selected.

About playlists, see Chapter 11
“Media Management – Managing
Playlists” on page 93.
The following functions are available:
- CopyAlbum
- DeleteAlbum
- NewAlbum
- RenameAlbum
- SortAlbum
- AddToPList
- DeleteList
- NewList
- RenameList
Making Copies of Albums
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“CopyAlbum”
You can make copies of the album to the different medium.
This function is available for albums on [Memory], [CD](CD-ROM), [USB1],
[USB2] and [FromToPC].
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Note:
Up to 99 albums can be saved in a
medium.
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Select “CopyAlbum” in the album function menu, then
press [ENTER].
(1/2)
=ALBUM MENU=
*CopyAlbum *DeleteAlbum
*NewAlbum *RenameAlbum
The CopyAlbum screen appears.
2
English
!
{ Select a destination medium with [+/YES] and [–/NO].
!
{ 3a To copy to the new album, press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
!" #
{ 3b To add to the existing album, press [
] to move the
cursor to the album, and press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to
select the album, then press [ENTER].
{ “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
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Press [+/YES] to make a copy, [–/NO] to cancel.
=CopyAlbum=
Executing...
=CopyAlbum=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album selection screen.
Deleting Albums
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“DeleteAlbum”
You can delete the albums.
This function is available for albums on [Memory], [USB1], [USB2] and
[FromToPC].
1
Select “DeleteAlbum” in the album function menu, then
press [ENTER].
(1/2)
=ALBUM MENU=
*CopyAlbum *DeleteAlbum
*NewAlbum *RenameAlbum
The DeleteAlbum screen appears.
2
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
3
Press [+/YES] to delete the album, [–/NO] to cancel.
=DeleteAlbum=
Executing...
=DeleteAlbum=
Completed.
Press any button.
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album selection screen.
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Creating a New Album
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“NewAlbum”
You can create a new album into the selected medium.
This function is available for albums on [Memory], [USB1] and [USB2].
Select the “NewAlbum” in the album function menu, then
press [ENTER].
Note:
If you enter the same title as the
album already exists, the new album
is titled in the form of “album title
xx” (“xx” indicates the number).
English
1
Note:
Up to 99 albums can be created in a
medium.
(1/2)
=ALBUM MENU=
*CopyAlbum *DeleteAlbum
*NewAlbum *RenameAlbum
The NewAlbum screen appears.
ENT
=NewAlbum=
03:(no title)
2
Press [ENTER].
The album title editing screen appears.
=NewAlbum=
3
[A-Z]
Enter a title to a new album.
=NewAlbum=
Pops
[a-z]
You can enter up to 64 characters.
Follow the instructions in “Entering Characters” on page 34.
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
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5
Press [+/YES] to create a new album, [–/NO] to cancel.
=NewAlbum=
Executing...
=NewAlbum=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album selection screen.
Renaming an Album
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“RenameAlbum”
You can rename the albums which already named.
This function is available only for albums on [Memory].
1
Select “RenameAlbum” in the album function menu, then
press [ENTER].
(1/2)
=ALBUM MENU=
*CopyAlbum *DeleteAlbum
*NewAlbum *RenameAlbum
The RenameAlbum screen appears.
2
Press [ENTER].
The album title editing screen appears.
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11
Enter a new title to the selected album.
=RenameAlbum=
Jazz Selection
[a-z]
You can enter up to 64 characters.
Follow the instructions in “Entering Characters” on page 34.
English
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
5
Press [+/YES] to rename, [–/NO] to cancel.
=RenameAlbum=
Executing...
=RenameAlbum=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return the album selection screen.
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Rearranging the Order of Albums
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“SortAlbum”
You can rearrange the order of albums that you selected.
This function is available only for albums on [Memory].
1
Select “SortAlbum” in the album function menu, then
press [ENTER].
}
The SortAlbum screen appears.
=SortAlbum=
ENT
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07:Free Flight
2
Press [ ] and [
position.
] to move the albums to the desired
=SortAlbum=
ENT
06:Favorite Latin Select
07:Free Flight
3
=SortAlbum=
ENT
07:Free Flight
06:Favorite Latin Select
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=SortAlbum= OK? YES/NO
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06:Favorite Latin Select
4
Press [+/YES] to rearrange, [–/NO] to cancel.
=SortAlbum=
Executing...
=SortAlbum=
Completed.
Press any button.
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album selection screen.
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Managing Songs
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
You can use the song function menu for managing the copy or the deletion
songs inside the album.
Press [FUNC.] in the song selection screen.
To select the song, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
English
1

The song function menu screen appears.
(1/2)
=SONG MENU=
*CopySong *DeleteSong
*RenameSong *SortSong
2
Select a desired function with the cursor buttons ([
[ ] [ ] [ ]), then press [ENTER].
]
Note:
Available functions vary depending
on the medium you selected.
Note:
If there is no available function or
no song, the song function menu
screen does not appear although
pressing [FUNC.].

The following functions are available:
- CopySong
- DeleteSong
- RenameSong
- SortSong
- AddToPList
- ConvertSong
- Counter
- Strip XP
About playlists, see Chapter 11
“Media Management – Managing
Playlists” on page 93.
Making Copies of Songs
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“CopySong”
You can copy songs stored on an album to another.
This function is available for song in the album on [Memory], [CD](CDROM), [USB1], [USB2] and [FromToPC].
Note:
Copy-protected songs, such as
PianoSoft songs, cannot be copied to
a removable medium.
Note:
Up to 999 songs can be saved in an
album.
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Select “CopySong” in the song function menu, then press
[ENTER].
(1/2)
=SONG MENU=
*CopySong *DeleteSong
*RenameSong *SortSong
The CopySong screen appears.
}{
a
{ 2
Select a destination medium with [+/YES] and [–/NO].
=CopySong=
001:MoaArt
{USB1
>01:/
3
}{-+ENT
Press [ ] to move the cursor to the album, and press
[+/YES] and [–/NO] to select a destination album.
}{-+ENT
=CopySong=
001:MoaArt
{USB1 >02:/MyFolder
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
a
{ 5
Press [+/YES] to make a copy, [–/NO] to cancel.
=CopySong=
Executing...
=CopySong=
Completed.
Press any button.
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the song selection screen.
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Deleting Songs
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“DeleteSong”
You can delete songs stored on an album.
This function is available for songs in the album on [Memory], [USB1],
[USB2], [Playlist] and [FromToPC].
Select “DeleteSong” in the song function menu, then
press [ENTER].
English
1
(1/2)
=SONG MENU=
*CopySong *DeleteSong
*RenameSong *SortSong
The DeleteSong screen appears.
ENT
=DeleteSong=
001:Mo=Art
2
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=
3
Press [+/YES] to delete the song, [–/NO] to cancel.
=DeleteSong=
Executing...
=DeleteSong=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the song selection screen.
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Renaming a Song
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“RenameSong”
You can rename the songs which already named.
This function is available for songs in the album on [Memory], [USB1],
[USB2] and [FromToPC].
1
Select “RenameSong” in the song function menu, then
press [ENTER].
(1/2)
=SONG MENU=
*CopySong *DeleteSong
*RenameSong *SortSong
The RenameSong screen appears.
ENT
=RenameSong=
006:Toccata
2
Press [ENTER].
The song title editing screen appears.
=RenameSong=
Toccata
3
[A-Z]
Enter a new title to the selected song.
You can enter up to 64 characters.
Follow the instructions in “Entering Characters” on page 34.
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=RenameSong= OK? YES/NO
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Press [+/YES] to rename, [–/NO] to cancel.
=RenameSong=
Executing...
=RenameSong=
Completed.
Press any button.
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English
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the song selection screen.
Rearranging the Order of Songs
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“SortSong”
You can rearrange the order of songs in an album.
This function is available only for songs in the album on [Memory] and
[Playlist].
1
Select “SortSong” in the song function menu, then press
[ENTER].
(1/2)
=SONG MENU=
*CopySong *DeleteSong
*RenameSong *SortSong
The SortSong screen appears.
=SortSong=
ENT
006:Toccata and Fugue
007:Admiration
2
Press [ ] and [
position.
] to move the songs to the desired
=SortSong=
ENT
006:Toccata and Fugue
007:Admiration
=SortSong=
ENT
007:Admiration
006:Toccata and Fugue
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Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=SortSong= OK? YES/NO
008:Interaction
006:Toccata and Fugue
4
Press [+/YES] to rearrange, [–/NO] to cancel.
=SortSong=
Executing...
=SortSong=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the song selection screen.
Converting Song Format
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“ConvertSong”
The song format can be converted to other format.
This function is available for songs in the album on [Memory], [USB1],
[USB2] and [FromToPC].
1
Select “ConvertSong” in the song function menu, then
press [ENTER].
}
The ConvertSong screen appears.
-+ENT
=ConvertSong=
001:Song For Students
SMF0
E-SEQ
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Note:
The converted song will be newly
added to the end of the album.
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Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select a song format.
-+ENT
=ConvertSong=
001:Song For Students
SMF0
Piano1
3
English
The following options are available:
Option
Song Format
E-SEQ
E-SEQ format
SMF0
SMF (Standard MIDI File) format 0
SMF1
SMF (Standard MIDI File) format 1
Piano1
E-SEQ format to play on all Disklavier in correct tempo
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=ConvertSong=OK? YES/NO
001:Song For Students
SMF0
Piano1
4
Press [+/YES] to convert, [–/NO] to cancel.
=ConvertSong=
Executing...
=ConvertSong=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the song selection screen.
Changing the Counter Display
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“Counter”
The counter display of a song can be changed from “measures and
beats”(metronome) to “minutes and seconds” or vice versa.
This function is available for songs in the album on [Memory], [USB1],
[USB2] and [FromToPC].
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Select “Counter” in the song function menu, then press
[ENTER].
}
The CounterChange screen appears.
ENT
=CounterChange=
001:Song For Students
TIME
METRONOME
TIME: minutes and seconds display
METRONOME: measures and beats display
2
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=CounterChange=OK?YES/NO
001:Song For Students
TIME
METRONOME
3
Press [+/YES] to change, [–/NO] to cancel.
=CounterChange=
Executing...
=CounterChange=
Completed.
Press any button.
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After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the song selection screen.
Converting MIDI Data to a Standard Form (Strip XP)
Song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“Strip XP”
Some Disklavier pianos record highly precise control information (XP
events) that becomes part of the MIDI song files. This data is used to
achieve accurate playback on the Disklavier PRO model, but is not used
when the file is played back on general MIDI devices. When you edit the
song with external MIDI devices (for example a software sequencer), the
relationship between the note data and the XP event as well as the actual
performance may not be maintained. There may be cases in which songs
edited in this manner cannot be played back normally, depending on the
instrument’s settings. In such cases, use the Strip XP function to remove
the XP event to convert the song to standard MIDI format before using it
for playback. Strip XP also makes it possible to reduce the size of MIDI
files when desired.
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Note:
Once the XP event is stripped, the
original data cannot be restored.
Before converting valuable music
data, be sure to backup the original
data.
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Select “Strip XP” in the song function menu, then press
[ENTER].
}
The Strip XP screen appears.
2
English
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
3
Press [+/YES] to execute, [–/NO] to cancel.
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the song selection screen.
Managing Playlists
By creating lists of your favorite songs, you can program your Disklavier to
automatically play back a series of songs.
At the initial factory settings, no playlist is created in the internal flash
memory. First create your own playlist, then play back that list.

To create a playlist, see Chapter 11
“Media Management – Creating a
New Playlist” on page 96.
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Adding Songs/Albums to the Playlist
Album or song selection screen
[FUNC.]
“AddToPList”
This function is available only for songs/albums on [Memory].
1
Note:
Up to 999 songs can be added to a
playlist.
Select “AddToPList” in the album or song function menu,
then press [ENTER].
}
Note:
You cannot add songs on media
other than [Memory] directly to the
playlist. First, copy songs to the
internal flash memory.
The AddToPList screen appears.
{ 2
Note:
If “NewPlaylist” is selected in step
2, the title of added album is copied
to that playlist.
Select a destination playlist with [+/YES] and [–/NO].
Note:
If you select “New Playlist” and add
songs to it, the playlist is titled as
“My Playlist.”
3
Note:
The new playlist created in this
procedure can be selected from
“Playlist” in the media selection
screen.
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
!
{ 4
Press [+/YES] to add, [–/NO] to cancel.
=AddToPList=
Executing...
=AddToPList=
Completed.
Press any button.
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After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album or song selection screen.
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Deleting a Playlist
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“DeleteList”
You can delete the playlists which already registered.
Select “DeleteList” in the album function menu for the
playlist, then press [ENTER].
(1/1)
=ALBUM MENU=
*DeleteList *NewList
*RenameList
English
1
Note:
Even if you delete the playlist, songs
or albums added to that playlist
remain in the internal flash memory.
The DeleteList screen appears.
ENT
=DeleteList=
02:My Best Collection
2
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=DeleteList= OK? YES/NO
02:My Best Collection
3
Press [+/YES] to delete the playlist, [–/NO] to cancel.
=DeleteList=
Executing...
=DeleteList=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album selection screen for the
playlist.
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Creating a New Playlist
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“NewList”
You can create a new playlist for playing back your favorite songs in your
selected order.
1
Select “NewList” in the album function menu for the
playlist, then press [ENTER].
(1/1)
=ALBUM MENU=
*DeleteList *NewList
*RenameList
The NewList screen appears.
ENT
=NewList=
03:(no title)
2
Press [ENTER].
The playlist title editing screen appears.
=NewList=
3
[A-Z]
Enter a title to a new playlist.
=NewList=
My Best
[a-z]
You can enter up to 64 characters.
Follow the instructions in “Entering Characters” on page 34.
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=NewList=
OK? YES/NO
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Note:
Up to 99 playlists can be created.
Note:
If you enter the same title as the
playlist already exists, the new
playlist is titled in the form of
“playlist title [xx]” (“xx” indicates
the number).
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Press [+/YES] to create a new playlist, [–/NO] to cancel.
=NewList=
Executing...
=NewList=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
Note:
The new playlist created in this
procedure can be selected from
“Playlist” in the media selection
screen.
English
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album selection screen for the
playlist.
11
Renaming a Playlist
Album selection screen
[FUNC.]
“RenameList”
You can rename a playlist which already registered.
1
Select “RenameList” in the album function menu for the
playlist, then press [ENTER].
(1/1)
=ALBUM MENU=
*DeleteList *NewList
*RenameList
The RenameList screen appears.
ENT
=RenameList=
My Best Collection
2
Press [ENTER].
The playlist title editing screen appears.
3
Enter a new title to the selected playlist.
You can enter up to 64 characters.
Follow the instructions in “Entering Characters” on page 34.
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Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=RenameList= OK? YES/NO
My Best Hit Collection
5
Press [+/YES] to rename, [–/NO] to cancel.
=RenameList=
Executing...
=RenameList=
Completed.
Press any button.
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After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the album selection screen for the
playlist.
Managing Media
Media selection screen
[FUNC.]

You can use the media function menu for copying or deleting entire
contents inside the media.
1
To select a media, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
Press [FUNC.] in the media selection screen.
The media function menu screen appears.
=MEDIA MENU=
*CopyAll
*DeleteAll
2
Select a desired function with the cursor buttons ([
[ ] [ ] [ ]), then press [ENTER].
]
Note:
Available functions vary depending
on the medium you selected.
Note:
If there is no available functions, the
media function menu screen does
not appears although pressing
[FUNC.].
The following functions are available:
- CopyAll
- DeleteAll
- Format
- Refresh
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Making Copies of the Entire Contents in a Medium
Media selection screen
[FUNC.]
“CopyAll”

The function is available for [Memory], [CD](CD-ROM), [USB1], [USB2]
and [FromToPC].
To select a medium, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
1
Select “CopyAll” in the media function menu, then press
[ENTER].
English
You can copy the entire contents in a medium to the another medium.
=MEDIA MENU=
*CopyAll
*DeleteAll
The CopyAll screen appears.
=CopyAll=
USB1
Memory
2
Select a destination medium with [+/YES] and [–/NO].
=CopyAll=
USB1
Memory
3
-+ENT
Note:
Confirm that the destination
medium has enough space to store
the contents.
-+ENT
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=CopyAll=
OK? YES/NO
USB1
Memory
4
Press [+/YES] to make a copy, [–/NO] to cancel.
=CopyAll=
Executing...
=CopyAll=
Completed.
Press any button.
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Note:
If the maximum number of the
albums in the destination medium
exceeds 99, copying stops.
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the media selection screen.
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Deleting the Entire Contents in a Medium
Media selection screen
[FUNC.]
“DeleteAll”

You can delete the entire contents in a medium.
This function is available for [Memory], [USB1], [USB2] and [FromToPC].
1
Select “DeleteAll” in the media function menu, then press
[ENTER].
=MEDIA MENU=
*CopyAll
*DeleteAll
The DeleteAll screen appears.
ENT
=DeleteAll=
Media=Memory
2
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=DeleteAll= OK? YES/NO
Media=Memory
3
Press [+/YES] to delete, [–/NO] to cancel.
=DeleteAll=
Executing...
=DeleteAll=
Completed.
Press any button.
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the media selection screen.
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Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
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Copying Song File from a Personal Computer to the Disklavier
Control Unit
You can copy song files from a Windows or Macintosh computer to a
special folder on the Disklavier control unit called [FromToPC] and then
play them on the Disklavier.
Connect the Disklavier control unit to a LAN (local area
network) to which a personal computer with a song file is
also connected.
Personal computer
Router
LAN
Disklavier control unit
Note:
Do not copy the files other than
Disklavier song files.
English
1
Note:
Copy-protected files, such as
PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus songs,
cannot be copied to the [FromToPC]
folder.
Note:
Do not access the [FromToPC]
folder while Disklavier control unit
is engaged in another operation
(such as file copying or deleting).
Note:
It is necessary to configure the
Disklavier control unit properly for
network communications by
enabling it to get a DHCP IP address
automatically (recommended) or by
assigning an appropriate address
manually. The procedure is the same
as the one used for setting up the
Disklavier control unit for Internet
communications. Please follow the
instructions in Chapter 5 “Internet
Direct Connection (IDC) – Setting
the Disklavier Control Unit for the
Internet Connection” on page 41.
Note:
Use an STP (shielded twisted pair)
cable for connection. For details, see
Chapter 5 “Internet Direct
Connection (IDC) – Connecting the
Disklavier to the Internet” on
page 35.
Note:
For information about configuring a
personal computer for network
communications, please refer to the
documentation that came with the
computer.
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2
On the computer screen, click [Start] and then select [My
Network Places].
The [My Network Places] window appears. Confirm that the
[Dkv******] icon is shown in the [My Network Places] window.
3
Note:
[Dkv******] differs depending on
each Disklavier control unit.
Note:
The folder or icon name differs
depending on the version of your
operating system.
Double-click the [Dkv*******] icon.
The [Dkv*******] folder opens. Confirm that the [FromToPC] icon is
shown in the [Dkv******] folder.
4
Double-click the [FromToPC] icon.
The [FromToPC] folder opens.
5
Copy the desired song files to the [FromToPC] folder.
6
Refresh the contents in the folder.
■ For Windows: In case that you cannot find
the [Dkv******] icon
1. Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
2. Select “Network” in the setup menu screen.
3. Select “Information” to display the information of network
settings.
4. Press [ ] several times to display “NAME=DKV******” and
memorize that name.
5. Open the [My Network Places] on the computer, and then click
the [Search] icon on the top of the window.
6. Enter the name confirmed in step 4 in the [Computer name] box,
and then click [Search] to start searching.
7. Open [Dkv******] and confirm that the [FromToPC] folder is
shown under that.
8. Copy the desired song files to the [FromToPC] folder.
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See Chapter 11 “Media
Management – Refreshing the
Contents in [FromToPC]” on
page 105.
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2
Click the [Finder] icon in the dock, and then click the
[Network] icon in the left side of the window.
The [Network] window appears. Confirm that the [Dkv] icon is
shown in the [Network] window.
Click the [Dkv] icon.
Note:
[Dkv******] differs depending on
each Disklavier control unit.
English
3
The [Dkv] folder opens. Confirm that the [Dkv******] icon is shown
in the [Dkv] folder.
4
Click the [Dkv******] icon.
5
In the first dialog that appears, select [FromToPC] from
the mini-menu and click [OK].
6
Click [OK] again in the next dialog that appears.
Note:
If the user ID and password are
required during the process, enter
any name for the ID and leave the
space for the password blank.
Connection process completes and the [FromToPC] icon appears
in the left side of the window.
7
Click the [FromToPC] icon.
The [FromToPC] folder opens.
8
Copy the desired song files to the [FromToPC] folder.
9
Refresh the contents in the folder.

See Chapter 11 “Media
Management – Refreshing the
Contents in [FromToPC]” on
page 105.
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2
Click the [Finder] icon in the dock, and then select [Go]
and then [Network] from the menu bar.
Note:
[Dkv******] differs depending on
each Disklavier control unit.
The [Network] window appears. Confirm that the [Dkv******] icon is
shown in the [Network] window.
3
Click the [Dkv*******] icon.
The [Dkv*******] folder opens. Confirm that the [FromToPC] icon is
shown in the [Dkv******] folder.
4
Note:
If the user ID and password are
required during the process, enter
any name for the ID and leave the
space for the password blank.
Click the [FromToPC] icon.
The [FromToPC] folder opens.
5
Copy the desired song files to the [FromToPC] folder.
6
Refresh the contents in the folder.
■ For Macintosh: In case that you cannot find
the [Dkv******] icon
1. Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
2. Select “Network” in the setup menu screen.
3. Select “Information” to display the information of network
settings.
4. Press [ ] several times to display “NAME=DKV******” and
memorize that name.
5. Select [Go] and then [Connect to Server] from the menu bar on
the computer.
6. Enter the name confirmed in step 4 in the address field, and
then click [Connect]. Use syntax “smb://” when entering the
name (“smb://Dkv******”).
7. Select [FromToPC] from the mini-menu in the first window
appears and click [OK]. Click [OK] again in the next window that
appears.
8. Copy the desired song files to the [FromToPC] folder on the left
side of the finder window.
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Management – Refreshing the
Contents in [FromToPC]” on
page 105.
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Refreshing the Contents in [FromToPC]
Select the [FromToPC]
[FUNC.]
“Refresh”
You must refresh the contents in the [FromToPC] folder after copying song
files from a personal computer, in order to play them on the Disklavier.
Select “Refresh” in the media function menu, then press
[ENTER].
To select a medium, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
English
1

The Refresh screen appears.
ENT
=Refresh=
Media=FromToPC
2
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=Refresh=
OK? YES/NO
Media=FromToPC
3
Press [+/YES] to refresh, [–/NO] to cancel.
=Refresh=
Executing...
=Refresh=
Completed.
Press any button.
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After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the media selection screen.
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Formatting the Floppy Disk (Optional)
Select the floppy disk
[FUNC.]
“Format”
In the case of using the unformatted floppy disk on the floppy drive
(optional) or deleting the entire contents on the floppy disk, format the
floppy disk.
1
Connect the floppy drive (optional) to the USB port on the
control unit.
2
Insert a floppy disk to the floppy drive.
3
Select “Format” in the media function menu, then press
[ENTER].
The Format screen appears.
ENT
=Format=
Media=FD
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=Format=
Media=FD
5
OK? YES/NO
Press [+/YES] to format, [–/NO] to cancel.
=Format=
Executing...
=Format=
Completed.
Press any button.
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the media selection screen.
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Important:
Formatting a floppy disk erases all
data that stored in the disk, so make
sure that the disk you are going to
format does not contain the data you
want to keep.

To select a medium, see Chapter 3
“Basic Song Playback – Selecting
Medium and Their Contents” on
page 22.
Note:
If you are formatting a floppy disk,
make sure that the floppy disk’s
erasure protection tab is set to
“unprotected.”
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■ Floppy Disk Accidental Erasure Protection
Floppy disks have an erasure protection tab located on the reverse side of
the disk in the bottom right-hand corner. When formatting a disk, make
sure that its erasure protection tab is set to “unprotected.”
Protected
English
When the tab window is open,
formatting and recording are
not possible.
Unprotected
When the tab window is closed,
formatting and recording are
possible.
Making Backups of Songs
[SYSTEM]
“Backup”
You can make a backup copy of the songs and playlists. In order to protect
your valuable music data, Yamaha strongly recommends that you backup
your memory on regular basis.
If the floppy disk is inserted to the optional floppy disk drive, eject it before
you start making backups.
1
Connect an external USB medium to the USB port on the
control unit.
2
Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control.
Note:
Be sure to use the USB medium
described in Chapter 2 “Getting
Started – Compatible Media Format
for the Removable Media” on
page 19.
Note:
Make sure that the USB medium has
enough space to save the backup
data.
The system menu screen appears.
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Select “Backup” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
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]
!"#$%{
The Backup screen appears.
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=Backup=
OK? YES/NO
Backup song data?
5
Press [+/YES] to make a backup, [–/NO] to cancel.
= =Backup=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the system menu screen.
6
Press [SYSTEM] to exit from the system menu.
Restoring the Backups
[SYSTEM]
“Restore”
You can restore the current condition of the internal memory to the
previous condition that you made a backup copy.
1
Connect an external USB medium in which you made
backup last time to the USB port on the control unit.
2
Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control.
The system menu screen appears.
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
To make a backup, see Chapter 11
“Media Management – Making
Backups of Songs” on page 107.
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Select “Restore” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
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4
English
The Restore screen appears.
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=Restore=
OK? YES/NO
Restore this data?
Date:2007-10-22 15:42:00
5
Press [+/YES] to restore, [–/NO] to cancel.
= =Restore=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the system menu screen.
6
Press [SYSTEM] to exit from the system menu.
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Hooking Up Audio Equipment
If you connect the Disklavier control unit to an audio system, you can hear
the sound played/played back on the Disklavier from the connected audio
system, and the sound played back on the connected audio system from
the Disklavier.
AV amplifier
CD player, etc.
To audio
inputs
To audio
outputs
RCA cord
(not supplied)
RCA cord
(not supplied)
Disklavier control unit
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Connecting Monitor Speakers
By connecting monitor speakers, you can listen to the internal XG tone
generator voices or audio from the external audio equipment connected to
the OMNI (SYNC) IN jacks from monitor speakers. Connection methods
vary depending on whether your piano is equipped with the Silent Piano™
function or not.
English
■ Connecting Optional Monitor Speakers Directly
to the Disklavier Control Unit
If your piano is not equipped with the Silent Piano™ function,
connect monitor speakers following the procedures below.
AC wall outlet
Monitor
speaker (left)
Monitor
speaker (right)
POWER
ON
OFF
POWER
POWER
ON
INPUT
ON
INPUT
LINE 1
(--10dB)
LINE 1
(--10dB)
OFF
OFF
LINE 2
(--4dB)
LINE 2
(--4dB)
PARALLEL
PARALLEL
Audio cable
(supplied)
Audio cable
(supplied)
Disklavier control unit
1
Connect the INPUT LINE2 jacks on the rear of the monitor
speakers and the OUTPUT jacks on the rear panel of the
Disklavier control unit with the supplied audio cables (pin
plug – phone plug).
2
Connect the power cables of the monitor speakers to the
AC wall outlet.
3
Turn on the POWER switches of the monitor speakers.
The monitor speakers are turned on.
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■ In Case that You are Using Monitor Speakers for
Your Piano
If your piano is eqipped with the Silent Piano™ function, connect
monitor speakers following the procedures below.
If you have already connected monitor speakers to your piano, connect the
AUX IN jacks of your piano to the OUTPUT jacks of the rear panel of the
Disklavier control unit.
For models equipped with the control box
Connect your piano and the Disklavier control unit using the supplied audio
cable (pin plugs – stereo mini plug).
To AUX IN jack
(stereo mini plug)
Audio cable
(supplied)
Disklavier control unit
For models equipped with the amplifier
Connect your piano and the Disklavier control unit using the supplied audio
cables (pin plug – phone plug).
To AUX IN jacks
(phone plug)
Audio cables
(supplied)
Disklavier control unit
If you cannot find the AUX IN jacks on your piano, connect optional monitor
speakers following the procedures in “Connecting Optional Monitor
Speakers Directly to the Disklavier Control Unit” on previous page.
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Note:
The shape of units or the location of
the AUX IN jacks varies depending
on the piano model.
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Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for Audio Data Reception/
Transmission
[SETUP]
“AudioI/O”
You can select the kind of the incoming/going out audio signals. The
following options should be set up in advance.
English
OMNI IN
Selects the appropriate option to match the incoming data input to the
OMNI (SYNC) IN jacks.
Auto Detect:
Select this when you make the Disklavier control unit detect the
input signal automatically.
Audio:
Select this when you play back an audio software on the
connected CD player, etc. and reproduce the sound from
optional monitor speakers.
OFF:
Select this when you cancel the data reception from the OMNI
(SYNC) IN jacks.
OMNI IN Vol
Adjust the volume of the incoming audio signals to the OMNI (SYNC) IN
jacks. The volume can be set in a range of 000 to 127.
OMNI OUT
Selects the desired data to be output from the OMNI (SYNC) OUT jacks.
Output:
Select this when you output the same audio signals as the
ones for the OUTPUT jacks.
SYNC:
Select this when you output the SMPTE signal used for video
synchronization playback.
OFF:
Select this when you cancel the data transmission from the
OMNI (SYNC) OUT jacks.
OMNI OUT Vol
Adjust the volume of the outgoing audio signals to the OMNI (SYNC) OUT
jacks. The volume can be set in a range of 000 to 127, or to “M-Volume.”
When you set to “M-Volume”, the OMNI OUT volume works with the main
volume.
ANALOG MIDI IN Vol
Note:
“M-Volume” is the next increment
on the OMNI OUT Vol setting
above 127.
OMNI OUT
Vol parameter
[–/NO]
000
~
Adjust the volume of the incoming audio signals to the ANALOG MIDI IN
jacks. The volume can be set in a range of 000 to 127.
127
[+/YES]
M-Volume
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A-MIDI IN Offset
For some display devices, the video images may be displayed a little bit
later than the piano playing when playing back the video synchronized
software that contains the analog MIDI signal. To eliminate this delay, you
can adjust the offset time that leads the actual playback of the piano. A
delay is applied to the incoming analog MIDI signal. The offset time can be
set in a range of –500 ms to 0 ms. Decrease this value to delay the piano
playing, and increase to advance the piano playing.
SYNC IN Offset
Adjusts the length of the offset time that leads the actual playback of entire
recording. The offset time can be set in a range of –500ms to +500ms.
Decrease this value to delay the piano playing, and increase to advance
the piano playing.
SYNC OUT Level
Adjusts the output level of the SMPTE signal. For normal use, the
adjustment of this option is not required. If noises (synchronized signal) are
output from the OUTPUT jacks during video synchronized playback, turn
down the level and re-record.
OUTPUT Offset
For some speakers or digital amplifiers, the audio from the Disklavier may
be output a little bit later than the acoustic piano playing. To eliminate this
delay, you can adjust the offset time for the sound output. This setting is
applied to the outgoing audio signal from the OUTPUT jacks and OMNI
(SYNC) OUT jacks. Decrease this value to advance the sound output. The
offset time can be set in a range of –100 ms to 0 ms. Decrease this value
to delay the piano playing, and increase to advance the piano playing.
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “AudioI/O” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
The audio I/O setting screen appears.
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Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([
then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting.
4
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
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]),
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Hooking Up MIDI Devices
MIDI (an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface) allows
electronic device (synthesizers, etc.) to interact and work in
synchronization with other MIDI compatible device. The Disklavier enables
you to enjoy a variety of MIDI features by connecting a MIDI device or
computer to the Disklavier control unit.
Note:
When you use the USB connection,
it is required to install the USB
driver to the connected device. In
such a case, visit the following
website and download the driver.
http://download.yamaha.com/
MIDI device (sequencer, synthesizer, etc.) or computer
Note:
Be sure to use the commercially
available MIDI cable with the Lshaped connector on the control unit
end.
To USB
port
USB cable
(not supplied)
To MIDI
input
To MIDI
output
Note:
If your piano is connected to the
Disklavier control unit with the
MIDI cables, you cannot use the
MIDI IN and MIDI OUT terminals
for connection with other MIDI
devices. Use the USB port for
connection.
MIDI cable
(supplied)
Disklavier control unit
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Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for MIDI Data Reception
[SETUP]
“MIDI”
The Disklavier can play back the MIDI data being received from the
connected MIDI device as well as the software loaded or stored in the
Disklavier control unit itself. The following options should be set up in
advance.
MIDI IN Port
Selects the terminal/port used for the data reception.
MIDI:
Select this when the MIDI device is connected to the MIDI IN
terminal.
USB:
Select this when the MIDI device is connected to the USB port.
Piano Rcv Ch
The MIDI data consists of multi channels that are respectively assigned to
a certain instrument’s part. This option assigns the desired channel(s) to
the piano part(s) that is (are) played back on the Disklavier’s keyboard.
01 thru 16: Select the desired channel to which you assign the piano part.
1+2:
Select this when the “01” and “02” channels are assigned to the
piano parts.
Prg:
Select the smallest number channel assigned to the piano
group voice (see page 142) to be played on the Disklavier.
Prg(All):
Select all channels assigned to the piano group voice (see
page 142) to be played on the Disklavier.
MIDI IN Delay
When the Disklavier control unit receives two kinds of data (strong and
weak note) at the same time, the weak note sounds a little bit later than the
strong one due to the characteristics of the mechanism of the Disklavier
control unit. To eliminate this delay in the sound reproduction and the
notes are sounded in accurate timing at 500 millisecond after the data
reception, usually a delay is applied to the incoming MIDI data.
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ON:
Select this when you apply this delay to the incoming MIDI
data.
OFF:
Select this when you do not apply this delay.
Note:
If you set the connection type setting
to “Add”, the MIDI IN Port setting
is fixed to “USB.” Note that you
cannot use the MIDI IN terminal as
MIDI IN Port.
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Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
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2
Select “MIDI” with the cursor buttons ([
then press [ENTER].
][
][
][
]),
3
Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([
then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting.
][
]),
4
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
The MIDI setting screen appears.
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Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for MIDI Data Transmission
[SETUP]
“MIDI”
The Disklavier control unit can transmit the information of piano playing/
ensemble part playback on the Disklavier as the MIDI data to the
connected MIDI device to reproduce the sound with its sound generator,
etc. or to record the MIDI data. The following options should be set up in
advance.
MIDI OUT Port
Selects the terminal/port used for the data transmission.
MIDI:
Select this when the MIDI device is connected to the MIDI OUT
terminal.
USB:
Select this when the MIDI device is connected to the USB port.
MIDI OUT
Selects one of the following parts to be transmitted to the connected MIDI
device.
ESBL Out: Select this when you transmit the ensemble part played back
on the Disklavier.
KBD Out: Select this when you transmit the piano part played on the
Disklavier.
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “MIDI” with the cursor buttons ([
then press [ENTER].
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
The MIDI setting screen appears.
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][
]),
Note:
If you set the connection type setting
to “Add”, the MIDI OUT Port
setting is fixed to “USB.” Note that
you cannot use the MIDI OUT
terminal as MIDI OUT Port.
Note:
If you connected the playback
model and set the connection type
setting to “Replace”, the MIDI OUT
setting is fixed to “ESBL Out.”
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Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([
then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting.
4
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
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Setting the Disklavier Control Unit for Keyboard Playing Data
Transmission
[SETUP]
“MIDI”
Besides the MIDI OUT options, more detailed setups for the keyboard
playing data transmission are available. The following options should be
set up in advance.
KBD OUT CH
Assigns the piano part to the desired channels.
01 thru 16: Select the desired channel to which you assign the piano part.
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Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “MIDI” with the cursor buttons ([
then press [ENTER].
][
][
][
]),
3
Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([
then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting.
][
]),
4
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
The MIDI setting screen appears.
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Tuning the Tone Generator (TG Master Tune)
[SETUP]
“M–Tune”
1
English
The internal XG tone generator has already been tuned to match the
acoustic piano (A3=440 Hz). However, you can re-tune the internal XG
tone generator in accordance with the pitch of the acoustic piano by
following the procedure below.
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “M-Tune” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
The TG Master Tune setting screen appears.
If you connected the playback model, the piano tone will sound
automatically on the XG tone generator. You can change the key of
this tone. Select “Note” with the cursor buttons ([ ] [ ]), then
press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the key.
The following key settings are available: A-1, A0, A1, A2, A3, A4,
A5, A6.
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Playing the keyboard, press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to tune the
pitch of the internal XG tone generator.
The same note will sound simultaneously on the XG tone
generator’s digital piano and on the acoustic piano as soon as you
play the keyboard.
The pitch of the internal XG tone generator can be adjusted in a
range of –50 cent to +50 cent.
4
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
Note:
To reset to the default factory pitch
settings, see Chapter 13 “Other
Settings – Resetting the Disklavier
Control Unit” on page 130.
Assigning Frequently-used Functions to the Number Keypad on
the Remote Control
[SETUP]
“Shortcut”
You can assign the number keypad of the remote control ([1] thru [9] and
[0]) a series of procedures for often used functions.
■ Assigning Functions
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
=SETUP MENU=
(1/3)]
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
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Select “Shortcut” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
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=SETUP MENU=
_(2/3)]
*Network
*Playback
*Shortcut
=Shortcut=
1[----2[-----
3
Press [
] and [
?-+
]
]
] to select the desired number.
=Shortcut=
3[----4[-----
4
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The shortcut setting screen appears.
?=-+
]
]
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the desired function.
=Shortcut=
?=]-+
3[----]
4[PLAY Mem01 --- ]
Note:
“RADIO” is available only on
models of which the control unit is
replaced with the Disklavier control
unit.
The following functions are available:
Option
Description
PLAY
Starts playback of songs in the selected album or playlist.
RPT
Starts repeat playback of a song or songs in the selected
album or playlist.
RND
Starts playback of songs in the selected album or playlist
at random.
RADIO
Starts playback of the selected DisklavierRadio channel.
BLNC
Adjusts the volume balance among the different sound
sources (tone generator or audio).
POWER Turns on and off the Disklavier.
When functions other than “POWER” are selected, the detailed
setting parameter appears.
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Press [ ] to move the cursor to the detailed setting
parameter, then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the
desired setting.
You can set two sets of parameter depending on the function you
have selected.
=Shortcut=
_?=]-+
3[----]
4[PLAY Mem02 --- ]
When “PLAY” is selected:
Option 1
Option 2
Description
Mem01 Mem99
---
Starts playback from the first song in the
album selected for option 1.
001 - 999
Starts playback from the song selected for
option 2 in the album selected for option 1.
---
Starts playback from the first song in the
playlist selected for option 1.
001 - 999
Starts playback from the song selected for
option 2 in the playlist selected for option 1.
Lst01 Lst99
When “RPT” is selected:
Option 1
Option 2
Description
Mem01 Mem99
---
Starts repeat playback of all songs in the
album selected for option 1 from the first
song.
001 - 999
Starts repeat playback of the song selected
for option 2 in the album selected for option
1.
---
Starts repeat playback of all songs in the
playlist selected for option 1 from the first
song.
001 - 999
Starts repeat playback of the song selected
for option 2 in the playlist selected for
option 1.
Lst01 Lst99
When “RND” is selected:
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Option
Description
Mem01 Mem99
Starts playback of songs in the selected album at
random.
Lst01 Lst99
Starts playback of songs in the selected playlist at
random.
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When “RADIO” is selected:
Option
Description
CH01 CH99
Starts playback of the selected DisklavierRadio channel.
When “BLNC” is selected:
Option 2
Description
TG
UP
Raises the volume of the tone generator.
DOWN
Lowers the volume of the tone generator.
UP
Raises the volume of the audio.
DOWN
Lowers the volume of the audio.
AUDIO
English
Option 1
When “POWER” is selected:
Details settings are not required.
6
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
7
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
■ Using the Shortcut
Holding the green button on the remote control, press the corresponding
number button on the number keypad to execute the assigned function.
+
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Setting the Passcode to Prevent Unauthorized Access
[SETUP]
“Passcode”
You can enter the 4-digit passcode to prevent unauthorized access from
the commercially available external remote controller, or you can also set
the MAC address of the external remote controller to allow it to access
your Disklavier without entering the passcode.
Note:
These settings are not required for
the use of the remote control of this
unit. In case of using an external
remote controller, refer to the user’s
guide for that remote controller.
■ Setting the Passcode
Note:
If changes are inappropriately made
for these settings, the external
remote controller may not function
properly. In such cases, enter
“####” to reset the passcode setting.
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
=SETUP MENU=
(1/3)]
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “Passcode” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
=SETUP MENU=
_(3/3)
*Passcode *Reset
The passcode setting screen appears.
=Passcode=
>Passcode=####
3
]-+
Enter the 4-digit code with the number keypad.
=Passcode=
_?-+
>Passcode=1234
>MAdr1=##:##:##:##:##:##
You can move the cursor left and right with the cursor buttons
([ ] [ ]).
If you want to set the MAC address continuously, see “Setting the
MAC Address” and follow the instruction.
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4
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
Note:
You can also use [+/YES] and
[–/NO] on the remote control, or the
dial on the front panel to enter the
code.
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■ Setting the MAC Address
If you feel inconvenient to enter the passcode each time you access from
the external remote controller, you can set the MAC address of the
external remote controller. This will allow the external remote controller
with the registered MAC address to access your Disklavier without
entering the passcode.
With the passcode properly set, press [
“MAdr1.”
English
1
] to select
=Passcode=
?=]-+
>Passcode=1234
>MAdr1=##:##:##:##:##:##
2
Enter the address with [+/YES] and [–/NO], or the number
keypad.
or
Note:
You can also use the dial on the
front panel to enter the address.
=Passcode=
_?=]-+
>Passcode=1234
>MAdr1=01:AB:23:C#:##:##
You can move the cursor left and right with the cursor buttons
([ ] [ ]).
You can set up to three addresses.
3
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
4
Press [SETUP] to exit from the setup menu.
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Adjusting the Brightness of the Display
[SETUP]
“Display”
You can adjust the brightness of the display. You can also set the display
to dim after the elapse of a certain time if there is no operation.
1
Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control.
The system menu screen appears.
=SYSTEM MENU=
(1/2)]
*Clock Adj. *TimeZone
*Backup
*Restore
2
Select “Display” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
][
][
]
=SYSTEM MENU=
_(2/2)
*Language *PianoType
*Display
The display setting screen appears.
=Display=
?=-+ENT
*Brightness=100%
*Dim light=OFF
3
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the brightness.
=Display=
?=-+ENT
*Brightness=80%
*Dim light=OFF
The following brightness settings are available: 40%, 60%, 80%,
100%.
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Note:
The brightness of the display will
return to its original setting when
you press any buttons, insert media,
or eject media.
To set the time for the display to dim, press [ ] to move
the cursor to the dim light parameter, then press
[+/YES] and [–/NO].
=Display=
?=-+ENT
*Brightness=100%
*Dim light=1min.
English
The following time settings are available: OFF, 1min, 2min, 3min,
5min, 10min, 15min, 30min, 45min, 60min.
If there is no operation for the time set above, the display dims to
half the brightness of its original setting.
5
Press [ENTER] to complete the operation.
6
Press [SYSTEM] to exit from the system menu.
Switching the Languages for the Screen
[SYSTEM]
1
“Language”
Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control.
The system menu screen appears.
!"#$%{
2
Select “Language” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
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=SYSTEM MENU= _(2/2)
*Language *PianoType
*Display
The language setting screen appears.
=Language=
Language=English
-+ENT
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3
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the language.
-+ENT
=Language=
Language=Japanese
4
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
5
Press [+/YES] to set the language, and return to the
system menu screen.
6
Press [SYSTEM] to exit from the system menu.
Resetting the Disklavier Control Unit
[SETUP]
“Reset”
If you want to return your Disklavier control unit to its initial factory, follow
the procedure below.
1
Press [SETUP] on the remote control.
The setup menu screen appears.
(1/3)
=SETUP MENU=
*TimerPlay *AudioI/O
*MIDI
*M-Tune
2
Select “Reset” with the cursor buttons ([
[ ]), then press [ENTER].
=SETUP MENU=
(3/3)
*Passcode *Reset
The reset screen appears.
-+ENT
=Reset=
>Reset=Parameter
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]
Important:
If you reset your Disklavier control
unit, depends upon the option what
you select, you may lose all
parameters or all data in the internal
memory, or both of these. For
normal use, you do not have to reset.
Necessarily case you have to reset
your Disklavier control unit,
Yamaha strongly recommends that
you backup your songs in the
internal memory. However, you
cannot backup your various
parameter settings.

To make a backup copy of the songs
which are in the internal memory,
see Chapter 11 “Media Management
– Making Backups of Songs” on
page 107.
Chapter
Other Settings
3
Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the option that you
want to reset.
Note:
Selecting “Factory Init.” will also
reset the piano type settings.
English
The following options are available:
4
13
Option
Description
Parameter
Reset all parameters, excluding the clock setting
and the Internet setting.
Memory
Reset the internal memory.
Factory Init.
Reset the Disklavier control unit to its initial
factory setting.
DeleteCookies
Delete the contents of all saved cookies.
Press [ENTER].
“OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen.
=Reset=
OK? YES/NO
>Reset=Factory Init.
5
Press [+/YES] to reset, [–/NO] to cancel.
=Reset=
Executing...
=Reset=
Completed.
Press any button.
ANY
After a while, the completion message appears.
Press any button to return to the setup menu screen.
6
Press [SYSTEM] to exit from the system menu.
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Other Settings
Updating the Disklavier Control Unit
Shut down the Disklavier control unit
[PLAY/PAUSE] and [ON/OFF]
You can update the Disklavier control unit firmware using update program
(saved on the CD-ROM or USB flash memory, or downloaded via Internet).
You can download the update program from the following website:
http://download.yamaha.com/
1
Make sure that Disklavier control unit is shut down.
2
Holding [PLAY/PAUSE] on the front panel, press [ON/OFF].
+
CTRL system v2.50
*UPDATE
(ENT)
Hold
The current version information of each module appears one after
the other.
3
Make sure that the update program is prepared, then press
[ENTER] on the front panel.
The starting screen appears.
4
Press [ENTER] on the front panel again.
After a while, the update confirmation message of each module
appears.
v2.50
] v3.10
MC -SURE? (PLAY,STOP)
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Note:
For this operation you have to insert
the CD-ROM or USB flash memory
in which the update program is
saved or download update program
via Internet, and shut down the
Disklavier control unit.
Note:
Depending on the version or
specification of the Disklavier, the
actual indications for the version
and module names may differ from
ones depicted here.
Chapter
Other Settings
5
Press [PLAY/PAUSE] to start the update.
The update process of the first module takes approximately 3
minutes.
13
Attention:
DO NOT turn off this unit during
update.
Attention:
Be sure to update all the modules.
MC v2.50 ] v3.10
DO NOT REMOVE DISK!
English
When the update of the first module completes, the following
confirmation message appears.
Confirmation message of the second module
] v3.10
v2.50
CTRL-SURE? (PLAY,STOP)
Press [PLAY/PAUSE] to start the update of the second module.
The update process of the second module takes approximately 3
minutes.
A total of three modules needs to be updated. Repeat this step to
complete the update.
Confirmation message of the third module
] v3.10
v2.50
APE -SURE? (PLAY,STOP)
The update process of the third module takes approximately 2
minutes.
The closing screen appears when the update for all modules
completes.
6
Restart the Disklavier control unit.
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Troubleshooting
If you are having difficulty operating the Disklavier control unit, see if any of the symptoms
listed below apply to your problem and follow the recommended remedy.
Power
Symptom
The Diskalvier does not turn on.
Remedy
Make sure that the AC adaptor is securely connected to
a suitable AC wall outlet.
If the Disklavier control unit still cannot be turned on,
disconnect it from the AC wall outlet, and consult your
Disklavier dealer.
Control Unit
Symptom
The control unit does not appear to work correctly.
The control unit becomes hot.
Remedy
Turn off the control unit, wait 5 seconds, then turn it
back on. If the problem continues, consult your
Disklavier dealer.
Although the chassis of the control unit may become
hot while it is turned on (also in the standby mode), this
is not a malfunction.
Remote Control
Symptom
Remedy
You cannot control the Disklavier control unit using the Make sure that you are pointing the remote control at
remote control.
the remote control sensor on the front panel.
Make sure that you are within the remote control’s
specified operating range (approx. 5 m).
Make sure that the remote control’s batteries have
been installed correctly.
Check the condition of the remote control’s batteries.
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Playback
Symptom
None of the playback functions can be used.
Remedy
Insert a medium that contains songs into the Disklavier
control unit.
If you have connected the Disklavier control unit and
the existing control unit with the MIDI cables, make
sure that they are connected with two MIDI cables for
input and output.
English
If you have connected the Disklavier control unit,
replacing with the existing control unit, make sure that the
D-SUB cable from your piano is firmly connected to the
Disklavier control unit via the supplied conversion cable.
Your piano is equipped with the thermostat. When the
built-in playback device is overheated due to prolonged
hard performance, song playback will be stopped
automatically. In such case, turn off your piano and
leave it unattended for a while to cool down the device.
The Disklavier control unit does not read a song file.
The maximum number of the readable files in an album
is 999.
Make sure that the name of the SMF song has an
extension as “.MID” or “.mid” and the E-SEQ song has
“.FIL” or “.fil.”
Make sure that you have selected the album including
the song you want to play back.
Songs are played back at the wrong tempo or in the
wrong key.
Reset the tempo or transposition changes. Once the
tempo or transposition have been changed, they will affect
playback of all songs on an album, until another medium or
album is selected, the recording standby mode is engaged,
the Disklavier control unit is turned off, or they are reset.
Songs are not played back in the normal song order.
Make sure that the random repeat mode is off.
The playback order differs from the order on another
device.
The playback order depends on the recording software
or other factors. Naming the file starting from numbers
such as 01, 02, etc. may solve the problem.
When selecting a song using the remote control’s number If a song number higher than the last song number on
keypad, but the last song on the album is selected.
the album is specified, the last song will be selected.
When specifying a search time using the remote control’s If a time value higher than the total length of the song is
number keypad, but the end of the song is selected.
specified, the end of the song will be selected.
Some notes drop out during playback.
When a piano song is played back at a low volume,
complex note trills and faint pianissimo passages
sometimes drop out. In such case, increase the volume
level of the Disklavier control unit.
PianoSmart™ playback cannot be performed.
Make sure that an appropriate SmartPianoSoft song, which
is paired with the song on commercial CDs, is selected.
The pedals do not operate during playback.
Make sure that the pedal part is not canceled.
Make sure that your piano is not in the Silent Piano™
function mode.
Tone Generator
Symptom
The ensemble parts cannot be heard during ensemble
song playback.
The pitch of your piano and the internal tone generator
do not match.
Remedy
Make sure that the TG balance is set to an appropriate
level and readjust it.
Use the TG Master Tune function to tune the internal
tone generator.
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Recording
Symptom
You cannot re-record.
Remedy
Re-recording is not possible on protected songs such
as PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus songs.
Media
Symptom
The Disklavier control unit does not read a CD-R/RW
disc.
Remedy
The audio CD should be formatted in CD-DA, and the
data CD in ISO 9660 Level1. The Disklavier control unit
may not read a CD-R/RW disc other than this format.
Connection with External Devices
Symptom
The Disklavier control unit cannot send or receive MIDI
data with other MIDI instruments.
A MIDI loop was accidentally created when you
connected a computer to the MIDI OUT terminal on the
Disklavier control unit, so that song data is sent back
and forth between the computer and the Disklavier.
Remedy
Make sure that the MIDI cables or USB cable are
connected properly.
Configure the setting for the MIDI OUT terminal to
“KBD OUT.”
Video Synchronized Recording/Playback
Symptom
Synchronized songs are not played back.
Remedy
Make sure that the audio channels of the DVD recorder
are correctly connected to the Disklavier control unit.
Make sure that the input and output of the DVD
recorder are correctly connected to the Disklavier
control unit.
Make sure that the “OMNI IN” option on the Disklavier
control unit is set to “AutoDetect.”
Make sure that the “OMNI OUT” option on the
Disklavier control unit is set to “SYNC.”
Noises are heard during recording.
Turn down the volume of the TV connected to the DVD
recorder.
Disconnect the left side connector of the RCA cord from
the OMNI OUT (L) jack on the Disklavier control unit.
This will not affect the functionality of video
synchronized recording.
Noises are heard during playback.
The level of the synchronized signal (SMPTE) from the
Disklavier control unit may be too high. Turn down the
level with the “SYNC OUT Level” option and re-record.
The piano playback is not synchronized with the video The video picture may be delayed on the projection
picture.
device. Adjust the offset time with the “SYNC IN Offset”
to match the piano playing and the video picture.
The beginning of the piano performance is dropped out It may take some time until the Disklavier control unit
when you play back the synchronized song.
recognizes the synchronized signal and the piano
begins to play back. Select the synchronized song in
advance, and then start playback on the DVD recorder.
Note that you should wait for a while before playing the
piano after recording begins on the DVD recorder.
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Error Messages
While operating your Disklavier control unit, an error message may appear in the display. If an
error message appears, refer to the table below for an explanation of the message.
Media Selection / Playback
Situation
Remedy
NO MEDIA!
You selected the medium that has not
been inserted.
Insert the medium or select another
medium.
DIFFERENT CD!
Your CD is not paired with the selected
SmartPianoSoft song.
Insert appropriate CD that is paired with
the SmartPianoSoft song.
Error Messages
Situation
Remedy
CANNOT USE THIS FUNCTION
PIANO TYPE
You tried to use the voice function on
the playback model.
You cannot use the voice function if
your piano is the playback model.
Error Messages
Situation
Remedy
CANNOT EXECUTE.
NOT ENOUGH DISK SPACE
You tried to copy a song to the medium
that has no disk space.
Try another medium or delete songs on
the media to make disk space.
CANNOT EXECUTE.
NO DESTINATION MEDIUM
You selected the destination medium
that has not been inserted when
copying the album.
Insert the destination medium and
select it.
DISK WRITE PROTECTED!
You tried to copy songs or albums to
the medium with the protection tab set
to “protected”.
Set the protection tab of the medium to
“unprotected”.
CANNOT EXECUTE.
PROTECTED FILE
You tried to copy the protected song file
to the removable medium such as a
USB flash memory.
You cannot copy the protected file to
the removable medium.
Deleted all songs in this album
You tried to delete the album with sub
folders on the external medium.
CANNOT EXECUTE TO CREATE
MORE THAN 99 ALBUMS
You tried to create a new album on the
medium that already contains 99
albums.
No more than 99 albums can be created
on the medium.
CANNOT EXECUTE TO CREATE
MORE THAN 999 SONGS
You tried to create a new song in the
album that already contains 999 songs.
No more than 999 songs can be created
in the album.
CANNOT EXECUTE.
SAME TITLE EXISTS
You tried to rename an album as same
as the album that already exists.
Enter the different title to an album.
You tried to rename a playlist as same
as the playlist that already exists.
Enter the different title to a playlist.
Error Messages
Situation
Remedy
SELECT REC TRACK
You tried to start re-recording with no
part selected.
Select the part to record before starting
re-recording.
CANNOT RECORD.
PLAYBACK MODEL
You tried to record a song on the
playback model.
You cannot record a song if your piano
is the playback model.
English
Error Messages
Voice Function
File Operation
Recording
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Error Messages
Timer Play
Error Messages
Situation
Remedy
SAME TIME EVENT EXISTS!
CHANGE THE TIME
You tried to set two different programs
with the same time for timer playback.
You cannot set two different program
with the same time.
Error Messages
Situation
Remedy
CANNOT USE THIS FUNCTION
PIANO TYPE
You tried to use the Internet Direct
Connection on the piano connected to
the Disklavier control unit with the MIDI
cables.
Internet Direct Connection is available
only on models of which the control unit
has been replaced with the Disklavier
control unit.
Error Messages
Situation
Remedy
CANNOT USE THE MIDI PORT
PIANO TYPE
You tried to change the MIDI IN Port or
MIDI OUT Port settings on the piano
connected to the Disklavier control unit
with the MIDI cables.
If your piano is connected to the
Disklavier control unit with the MIDI
cables, these settings are fixed to
“USB” and you cannot change the
settings.
CANNOT USE THE KBDOUT
PLAYBACK MODEL
You tried to change the MIDI OUT
setting on the playback model of which
the control unit is replaced with the
Disklavier control unit.
If you replace the control unit of the
playback model with the Disklavier
control unit, this setting is fixed to
“ESBL Out” and you cannot change the
setting.
Internet Direct Connection
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Glossary
This glossary provides basic definitions of terms used frequently in this manual.
General MIDI (GM)
See “Incremental Pedal.”
An addition to the MIDI standard that simplifies the
transfer of MIDI song files between instruments of
different manufacturers. A MIDI song recorded
using a GM compatible tone generator should play
back correctly when used with any GM compatible
tone generator. The standard specifies that a GM
compatible tone generator must support 24-note
polyphony, 16 parts, and 128 standard voices.
Cookie
A computer data file that stores certain information
for use when revisiting a website. In the case of the
Disklavier, cookies are used to store ID and
password for the IDC service.
DHCP
This is a standard or protocol by which IP
addresses and other low-level network
configuration information can be dynamically and
automatically assigned each time a connection is
made to the Internet.
DNS
A system that translates names of computers
connected to a network to their corresponding IP
addresses.
English
Continuous Pedal
Half Pedal
See “Incremental Pedal.”
Incremental Pedal
Piano pedals are not always completely up or down
and may be held somewhere in-between. Using
incremental pedal data (also called continuous or
half pedal data) the Disklavier precisely records the
up and down movement of the piano pedals.
Internet
Ensemble Song
A song which contains piano parts and
accompanying instrumental voices. An ensemble
song contains the same left- and right-hand parts
as an L/R song, and in addition, up to 13
accompanying instrument tracks. These extra
tracks are played by the internal XG tone
generator. The accompanying tracks may be used
for acoustic bass, drums, strings, vibes, etc.
A huge network made up of networks, the Internet
allows high-speed data transfer among computers,
mobile phones and other devices.
IP Address
A string of numbers assigned to each computer
connected to a network, and indicating the device’s
location on the network.
LAN
E-SEQ Song Format
A song file format developed by Yamaha for saving
songs.
Short for Local Area Network, this is a data-transfer
network that connects a group of computers at a
single location (such as an office or home) by
means of a special cable.
Floppy Disk
The magnetic storage medium that the Disklavier
uses to save songs. With the optional USB floppy
drive, you can use the 3.5 inch 2DD and 2HD
floppy disks commonly used for computers.
Gateway
A system which links different networks or systems,
and makes possible data transfer and conversion
despite differing communications standards.
L/R Song
In a L/R song, the left-hand piano part is stored on
track 1 (L) and the right-hand piano part is stored
on track 2 (R). During playback you can cancel
either part, and then play that part yourself. When
recording an L/R song, you can record the two
parts simultaneously or separately.
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MIDI
Router
An acronym for Musical Instrument Digital
Interface. MIDI allows electronic musical
instruments to communicate with each other.
A device for connecting multiple computer
networks. For example, a router is necessary when
connecting several computers in a house or office,
to allow all of them access the Internet and share
data. A router is usually connected between a
modem and a computer, although some modems
have a built-in router.
Modem
A device which connects and allows data transfer
between a conventional telephone line and a
computer. It converts the digital signals from the
computer to analog audio for sending over the
phone line, and vice versa.
Sequencer
A sequencer can be used with the Disklavier to play
back and record MIDI data.
Piano Parts
Refer to the left- and right-hand piano parts of a
song. The left-hand piano part is recorded onto
track 1 and the right-hand piano part is recorded
onto track 2.
Server
PianoSoft™
SmartPianoSoft™
The PianoSoft Disk Collection is a library of
prerecorded song disks made by Yamaha
specifically for use with the Disklavier.
Software made by Yamaha containing MIDI signals
for playing back along with standard audio CDs.
A hardware system or computer used as a central
point for a network, providing access to files and
services.
SMF
PianoSoft·Plus™
Abbreviation for Standard MIDI File.
PianoSoft·Plus disks contain Ensemble songs that
can be played on the Disklavier.
SMF Song Format
Polyphony
A song file format supported by MIDI sequencers
and music software.
The maximum number of voices (or sounds) that
can be produced at a time from MIDI instruments.
Song
Provider
A communications business that offers Internet
connection services. In order to connect to the
Internet, it is necessary to contract to a provider.
Proxy
A proxy server is a server that all computers on a
local network have to go through before accessing
information on the Internet. It intercepts all or
designated requests to the real server to see if it
can fulfill the requests itself. If not, it forwards the
request to the real server. Proxy servers are used
to improve performance and speed, and to filter
requests, usually for security and to prevent
unauthorized access to an internal network.
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Normally, a short piece of music with lyrics.
However, for clarity in Disklavier manuals, the term
is used to refer to any piece of music of any genre.
Standard MIDI File
A file of MIDI data that can be read and used by a
number of different MIDI devices and computers.
Subnet Mask
A setting used to divide a large-scale network into
several smaller networks.
TG Master Tune
The function that allows you to tune the internal XG
tone generator, and if connected, an external tone
generator simultaneously so that their tunings
match that of the Disklavier.
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Tone Generator
An electronic device that can generate tones or
instrument voices.
Transpose
USB
English
Changing the key of a song. For example, a song in
the key of C is transposed to the key of D when it is
moved up two semitones.
An interface for connecting an external device with
plug and play. The Disklavier supplies with 2 TO
DEVICE terminal with USB 1.1 standard and 1 TO
HOST terminal. You can use as the external
memory media if connected a USB flash memory or
a USB hard disk to TO DEVICE terminal. Also the
Disklavier enables you to enjoy a variety of MIDI
features by connecting a computer to TO HOST
terminal.
Voice
The sounds produced by a tone generator
expressing various instruments.
Web Page
Refers to each individual page that makes up a
website.
Website
This refers to the group of web pages that are
opened together. For example, the collection of
web pages whose addresses begin with “http://
www.yamaha.com/ ” is referred to as the Yamaha
site.
XG
Yamaha XG is an extension of the GM (General
MIDI) format. Its greater polyphony, more voices,
and use of effects enhances the compatibility
between MIDI devices. When a song in the
Yamaha XG format is played on another XGcompatible tone generator or synthesizer, it plays
and sounds as the original composer/creator
intended.
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Internal Tone Generator Voices
The following table lists the basic voices for the internal GM/XG and TG3 tone generator.
Internal GM/XG Tone Generator Basic Voice List
Voice #
Display Name
01 Piano
142
Voice #
Display Name
Voice #
043
Orgel
086
Display Name
OrgFlute
001
GrandPno
044
Vibes
087
TrmOrgFl
002
GrndPnoK
045
VibesK
088
ReedOrgn
003
MelloGrP
046
HardVibe
089
Puff Org
004
PianoStr
047
Marimba
090
Acordion
005
Dream
048
MarimbaK
091
Accordlt
006
BritePno
049
SineMrmb
092
Harmnica
007
BritPnoK
050
Balafon2
093
Harmo 2
008
E.Grand
051
Log Drum
094
TangoAcd
009
EIGrPnoK
052
Xylophon
095
TngoAcd2
010
Det.CP80
053
TubulBel
04 Guitar
011
ElGrPno1
054
ChrchBel
096
NylonGtr
012
ElGrPno2
055
Carillon
097
NylonGt2
013
HnkyTonk
056
Dulcimer
098
NylonGt3
014
HnkyTnkK
057
Dulcimr2
099
VelGtHrm
015
E.Piano1
058
Cimbalom
100
Ukulele
016
El.Pno1K
059
Santur
101
SteelGtr
017
MelloEP1
03 Organ
102
SteelGt2
018
Chor.EP1
060
DrawOrgn
103
12StrGtr
019
HardEl.P
061
DetDrwOr
104
Nyln&Stl
020
VX El.P1
062
60sDrOr1
105
Stl&Body
021
60sEl.P
063
60sDrOr2
106
Mandolin
022
E.Piano2
064
70sDrOr1
107
Jazz Gtr
023
El.Pno2K
065
DrawOrg2
108
MelloGtr
024
Chor.EP2
066
60sDrOr3
109
JazzAmp
025
DX Hard
067
EvenBar
110
CleanGtr
026
DXLegend
068
16+2”2/3
111
ChorusGt
027
DX Phase
069
Organ Ba
112
Mute.Gtr
028
DX+Analg
070
70sDrOr2
113
FunkGtr1
029
DXKotoEP
071
CheezOrg
114
MuteStlG
030
VX El.P2
072
DrawOrg3
115
FunkGtr2
031
Harpsi.
073
PercOrgn
116
Jazz Man
032
Harpsi.K
074
70sPcOr1
117
Ovrdrive
033
Harpsi.2
075
DetPrcOr
118
Gt.Pinch
034
Harpsi.3
076
LiteOrg
119
Dist.Gtr
035
Clavi.
077
PercOrg2
120
FeedbkGt
036
Clavi.K
078
RockOrgn
121
FeedbGt2
037
ClaviWah
079
RotaryOr
122
GtrHarmo
038
PulseClv
080
SloRotar
123
GtFeedbk
039
PierceCl
081
FstRotar
124
GtrHrmo2
02 ChromaticPerc
082
ChrchOrg
040
Celesta
083
ChurOrg3
05 Bass
125
041
Glocken
084
ChurOrg2
126
JazzRthm
042
MusicBox
085
NotreDam
127
VXUprght
Aco.Bass
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Internal Tone Generator Voices
Voice #
Display Name
Voice #
FngrBass
178
129
FingrDrk
130
FlangeBa
179
131
Ba&DstEG
180
132
FngrSlap
181
133
FngBass2
182
134
ModAlem
135
PickBass
136
137
Display Name
Timpani
Voice #
Display Name
227
Tp&TbSec
228
BrssSec2
Strings1
229
HiBrass
S.Strngs
230
MelloBrs
SlowStr
231
SynBras1
ArcoStr
232
QuackBr
183
60sStrng
233
RezSynBr
184
Orchestr
234
PolyBrss
MutePkBa
185
Orchstr2
235
SynBras3
Fretless
186
TremOrch
236
JumpBrss
138
Fretles2
187
VeloStr
237
AnaVelBr
139
Fretles3
188
Strings2
238
AnaBrss1
140
Fretles4
189
S.SlwStr
239
SynBras2
141
SynFretl
190
LegatoSt
240
Soft Brs
142
Smooth
191
Warm Str
241
SynBras4
143
SlapBas1
192
Kingdom
242
ChorBrss
144
ResoSlap
193
70s Str
243
VelBras2
145
PunchThm
194
Str Ens3
244
AnaBrss2
146
SlapBas2
195
Syn.Str1
147
VeloSlap
196
ResoStr
245
SprnoSax
148
SynBass1
197
Syn Str4
246
Alto Sax
149
SynBa1Dk
198
SS Str
247
Sax Sect
150
FastResB
199
Syn.Str2
248
HyprAlto
151
AcidBass
200
ChoirAah
249
TenorSax
152
Clv Bass
201
S.Choir
250
BrthTnSx
153
TeknoBa
202
Ch.Aahs2
251
SoftTenr
154
Oscar
203
MelChoir
252
TnrSax 2
155
SqrBass
204
ChoirStr
253
Bari.Sax
156
RubberBa
205
VoiceOoh
254
Oboe
157
Hammer
206
SynVoice
255
Eng.Horn
158
SynBass2
207
SynVox2
256
Bassoon
159
MelloSB1
208
Choral
257
Clarinet
160
Seq Bass
209
AnaVoice
161
ClkSynBa
210
Orch.Hit
258
162
SynBa2Dk
211
OrchHit2
259
Flute
163
SmthBa 2
212
Impact
260
Recorder
164
ModulrBa
08 Brass
261
PanFlute
165
DX Bass
213
Trumpet
262
Bottle
166
X WireBa
07 Ensemble
English
128
17
09 Reed
10 Pipe
Piccolo
214
Trumpet2
263
Shakhchi
06 Strings
215
BriteTrp
264
Whistle
167
Violin
216
WarmTrp
265
Ocarina
168
SlowVln
217
Trombone
169
Viola
218
Trmbone2
266
SquareLd
170
Cello
219
Tuba
267
Square 2
171
Contrabs
220
Tuba 2
268
LMSquare
172
Trem.Str
221
Mute.Trp
269
Hollow
173
SlwTrStr
222
Fr.Horn
270
Shmoog
174
Susp Str
223
FrHrSolo
271
Mellow
175
Pizz.Str
224
FrHorn2
272
SoloSine
176
Harp
225
HornOrch
273
SineLead
177
YangChin
226
BrasSect
274
Saw.Lead
11 Synth Lead
143
Chapter
17
Internal Tone Generator Voices
Voice #
Display Name
Display Name
Voice #
Display Name
Saw 2
325
Halo Pad
375
BelChoir
276
ThickSaw
326
SweepPad
376
Echoes
277
DynaSaw
327
Shwimmer
377
EchoPad2
278
DigiSaw
328
Converge
378
Echo Pan
279
Big Lead
329
PolarPad
379
EchoBell
280
HeavySyn
330
Celstial
380
Big Pan
13 Synth Effects
281
WaspySyn
282
PulseSaw
331
381
SynPiano
Rain
382
Creation
283
Dr. Lead
284
VeloLead
332
ClaviPad
383
Stardust
333
HrmoRain
384
Reso Pan
285
Seq Ana
334
AfrcnWnd
385
Sci-Fi
286
CaliopLd
335
Caribean
386
Starz
287
Pure Pad
336
SoundTrk
14 Ethnic
288
Chiff Ld
337
Prologue
387
Sitar
289
Rubby
338
Ancestrl
388
DetSitar
290
CharanLd
339
Crystal
389
Sitar 2
291
DistLead
340
SynDrCmp
390
Tambra
292
WireLead
341
Popcorn
391
Tamboura
293
Voice Ld
342
TinyBell
392
Banjo
294
SynthAah
343
RndGlock
393
MuteBnjo
295
VoxLead
344
GlockChi
394
Rabab
296
Fifth Ld
345
ClearBel
395
Gopichnt
297
Big Five
346
ChorBell
396
Oud
298
Bass &Ld
347
SynMalet
397
Shamisen
299
Big&Low
348
SftCryst
398
Koto
300
Fat&Prky
349
LoudGlok
399
T.Koto
301
SoftWurl
350
XmasBell
400
Kanoon
12 Synth Pad
144
Voice #
275
351
VibeBell
401
Kalimba
302
NewAgePd
352
DigiBell
402
Bagpipe
303
Fantasy2
353
AirBells
403
Fiddle
304
Warm Pad
354
BellHarp
404
Shanai
305
ThickPad
355
Gamelmba
405
Shanai2
306
Soft Pad
356
Atmosphr
406
Pungi
307
SinePad
357
WarmAtms
407
Hichriki
308
Horn Pad
358
HollwRls
309
RotarStr
359
NylonEP
408
TnklBell
310
PolySyPd
360
NylnHarp
409
Bonang
311
PolyPd80
361
Harp Vox
410
Gender
312
ClickPad
362
AtmosPad
411
Gamelan
313
Ana Pad
363
Planet
412
S.Gamlan
314
SquarPad
364
Bright
413
Rama Cym
315
ChoirPad
365
FantaBel
414
AsianBel
316
Heaven2
366
Smokey
415
Agogo
317
ltopia
367
Goblins
416
SteelDrm
318
CC Pad
368
GobSyn
417
GlasPerc
319
BowedPad
369
50sSciFi
418
ThaiBell
320
Glacier
370
Ring Pad
419
WoodBlok
321
GlassPad
371
Ritual
420
Castanet
322
MetalPad
372
ToHeaven
421
TaikoDrm
323
Tine Pad
373
Night
422
Gr.Cassa
324
Pan Pad
374
Glisten
423
MelodTom
15 Percussive
Chapter
Internal Tone Generator Voices
Voice #
Display Name
Voice #
Display Name
Voice #
Display Name
Mel Tom2
459
Feed
485
Punch
425
Real Tom
460
Dog
486
Heart
426
Rock Tom
461
Horse
487
FootStep
427
Syn.Drum
462
Bird 2
488
MchinGun
428
Ana Tom
463
Ghost
489
LaserGun
429
ElecPerc
464
Maou
490
Xplosion
430
RevCymbl
465
Tel.Dial
491
FireWork
466
DoorSqek
FretNoiz
467
DoorSlam
432
BrthNoiz
468
Scratch
433
Seashore
469
Scratch2
434
Tweet
470
WindChm
435
Telphone
471
Telphon2
436
Helicptr
472
CarEngin
437
Applause
473
Car Stop
438
Gunshot
474
Car Pass
475
CarCrash
431
18 SFX Voice
450
CuttngNz
476
Siren
451
CttngNz2
477
Train
452
Str Slap
478
Jetplane
453
Fl.KClik
479
Starship
454
Rain
480
Burst
455
Thunder
481
Coaster
456
Wind
482
SbMarine
457
Stream
483
Laughing
458
Bubble
484
Scream
Internal GM/XG Tone
Generator Drum Voice
List
Voice #
English
424
16 Sound Effects
17
Display Name
17 Drum Kit
439
StandKit
440
Stnd2Kit
441
Room Kit
442
Rock Kit
443
ElectKit
444
AnalgKit
445
Jazz Kit
446
BrushKit
447
ClascKit
448
SFX Kit1
449
SFX Kit2
Internal TG3 Tone Generator Basic Voice List
Voice #
Display Name
Voice #
016
01 Piano
Display Name
Dulcimer
03 Organ
Voice #
Display Name
031
Dist.Gtr
032
GtrHarmo
001
GrandPno
002
BritePno
017
003
E.Grand
018
PercOrgn
033
Aco.Bass
004
HnkyTonk
019
RockOrgn
034
FngrBass
005
E.Piano1
020
ChrchOrg
035
PickBass
006
E.Piano2
021
ReedOrgn
036
Fretless
007
Harpsi.
022
Acordion
037
SlapBas1
008
Clavi.
023
Harmnica
038
SlapBas2
024
TangoAcd
039
SynBass1
040
SynBass2
02 ChromaticPerc
DrawOrgn
05 Bass
009
Celesta
04 Guitar
010
Glocken
025
NylonGtr
06 Strings
011
MusicBox
026
SteelGtr
041
Violin
012
Vibes
027
Jazz Gtr
042
Viola
013
Marimba
028
CleanGtr
043
Cello
014
Xylophon
029
Mute.Gtr
044
Contrabs
015
TubulBel
030
Ovrdrive
045
Trem.Str
145
Chapter
17
Internal Tone Generator Voices
Voice #
Display Name
Display Name
Pizz.Str
091
PolySyPd
047
Harp
092
ChoirPad
048
Timpani
093
BowedPad
094
MetalPad
07 Ensemble
049
Strings1
095
Halo Pad
050
Strings2
096
SweepPad
051
Syn.Str1
052
Syn.Str2
097
Rain
053
ChoirAah
098
SoundTrk
054
VoiceOoh
099
Crystal
055
SynVoice
100
Atmosphr
056
Orch.Hit
101
Bright
102
Goblins
08 Brass
13 Synth Effects
057
Trumpet
103
Echoes
058
Trombone
104
Sci-Fi
059
Tuba
060
Mute.Trp
105
Sitar
061
Fr.Horn
106
Banjo
062
BrasSect
107
Shamisen
063
SynBras1
108
Koto
064
SynBras2
109
Kalimba
110
Bagpipe
09 Reed
14 Ethnic
065
SprnoSax
111
Fiddle
066
Alto Sax
112
Shanai
067
TenorSax
068
Bari.Sax
113
TnklBell
069
Oboe
114
Agogo
070
Eng.Horn
115
SteelDrm
071
Bassoon
116
WoodBlok
072
Clarinet
117
TaikoDrm
118
MelodTom
10 Pipe
15 Percussive
073
Piccolo
119
Syn.Drum
074
Flute
120
RevCymbl
075
Recorder
16 Sound Effects
076
PanFlute
121
FretNoiz
077
Bottle
122
BrthNoiz
078
Shakhchi
123
Seashore
079
Whistle
124
Tweet
080
Ocarina
125
Telphone
126
Helicptr
11 Synth Lead
081
SquareLd
127
Applause
082
Saw.Lead
128
Gunshot
083
CaliopLd
084
Chiff Ld
085
CharanLd
086
Voice Ld
087
Fifth Ld
088
Bass &Ld
12 Synth Pad
146
Voice #
046
089
NewAgePd
090
Warm Pad
Internal TG3 Tone
Generator Drum Voice
List
Voice #
Display Name
17 Drum Kit
129
StandKit
Chapter
18
Specifications
General Specifications
Removable Media
Internal Memory
128 MB
CD-ROM
Audio CD (CD-DA), Data CD (ISO9660 Level1-compliant)
USB Flash Memory
FAT16 or FAT32 format
Yamaha does not assure the operation of the commercially available
USB flash memories.
Floppy Disk*1
3.5” 2DD (720 KB) or 2HD (1.44 MB)
File Format
Standard MIDI File (SMF) format 0, Standard MIDI File (SMF) format 1,
E-SEQ format
Song Format
PianoSoft (Solo), PianoSoft·Plus, PianoSoft·PlusAudio,
SmartPianoSoft, SmartKey (CueTIME)*2 *3
Pitch Control
Set at A=440Hz, tunable –50 to +50 cents in 1 cent increment
Ensemble Tone
Connectors
Type
Advanced Wave Memory 2 (AWM2)
Polyphony
32 notes (max.)
Ensemble Parts
16 parts
Voice Module Modes
XG, GM
Normal Voices
676 voices (480 voices can be used for playing)
Drum Voices
21 kits (11 kits can be used for playing)
MIDI
MIDI IN, MIDI OUT
Audio
OUTPUT, ANALOG MIDI IN, OMNI IN, OMNI OUT
Others
LAN, USB (1  TO HOST, 2  TO DEVICE)
Dimensions (W  H  D)
292  49  216 mm (11-1/2”  1-15/16”  8-1/2”)
Weight
2.7 kg (5.95 lb)
Rated Power
DC12 V 3A, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
14 W
Supplied Accessories
Remote control (1), battery for remote control (2), remote control sensor
shielding sticker (1), sample PianoSoft CD software (1), MIDI cable (2),
audio cable (3), conversion cable for control (1), AC adaptor (PJP-PS02/
PJP-PS04 or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha) (1), power cable
(1), operation manual (1), PianoSoft CD song list (1)
Optional Accessories
Control unit suspension kit*4, USB floppy disk drive (UD-FD01)
English
Data Storage
147
Chapter
18
Specifications
Functions & Controls
Playback Functions
Recording
Functions
Metronome
Utility Functions
Media Select
Internal memory, CD, USB media (including floppy disk)
Song Select
Cursor buttons (control unit), cursor buttons/numeric section (remote
control)
Basic Functions
Play, stop, pause
Song Search
Reverse/forward w/ sound (MIDI songs), reverse/forward w/o sound
(audio songs), directly by time or measure
Repeat
ALL (all songs in current album), RPT (current song), RND (all songs in
current album in random order), A-B
Part Cancel
L (left), R (right), pedal
Timer Playback
See page 51.
SmartKey™ Playback*2 *3
See page 56.
Video Synchronization
See page 75.
PianoSmart™ Playback
See page 77.
Volume
11 levels (–10 to 0)
Tempo
–50 to 50% in 1% increment
Transposition
–24 to +24 semitones (2 octaves) in 1 semitone increment
Balance (TG, Audio)
10 to 127
Piano Part Recording
L/R overwrite, split
Metronome Mode
Recording
See page 58.
Tempo Change
See page 65.
Video Synchronization
See page 71.
Audio CD Synchronization
See page 76.
Tempo
30 to 400 beats per minutes
Time Signatures
1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 8/4, 9/4
Volume
Controllable
Song
Copy, delete, rename, sort, add to playlist, type convert, time format
convert, strip XP
Album
Copy, delete, create, rename, sort, add to playlist
Playlist
Create, delete, rename
Backup/Restore
See pages 107 and 108.
Floppy Disk*1
Format
*3
DisklavierRadio
Network Functions
FromToPC Folder
*3
Network Update
Update
See pages 30 and 37.
See pages 101 to 105.
See page 39.
Firmware update with media (CD-ROM or USB flash memory) or via the
Internet*3
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Note:
*1
*2
*3
*4
148
Possible with optional USB floppy disk drive (UD-FD01).
Available only on models capable of SmartKey™ playback.
Available only on models of which the control unit is replaced with the Disklavier control unit.
Available only on grand pianos.
Appendix
Appendix
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MIDI Data Format
If you are familiar with MIDI, or are using a computer to control your music software with computergenerated MIDI messages, the data provided in this section can help you to control your Disklavier.
Messages include those that can be received by the piano part and/or those that can be received by an
ESBL part. Messages that can be transmitted as well as received are shown as “transmitted.”
1.
CHANNEL MESSAGES
1.1
Key On / Key Off
Cntrl#
64
(Piano Part, ESBL Part) (transmitted)
Piano Part reception note range = A-1~C7 : C3=60
ESBL part reception note range = C-2~G8
Velocity range = 1~127 (Only the Key On velocity is received)
1.2
1.2.1
Bank Select
Cntrl#
0
32
Parameter
Bank Select MSB
Bank Select LSB
Parameter
Portamento Time
Data Range
0...127
1.2.11 Soft Pedal
(Piano Part, ESBL Part) (transmitted)
Cntrl#
Parameter
Data Range
67
Soft Pedal
0...127
(0-63:off, 64-127:on)
1.2.12 Harmonic Content
(ESBL Part)
Messages which adjust the resonance set for each Voice.
Cntrl#
71
Parameter
Harmonic Content
Data Range
0...127
(0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
Depending on the Voice, the effective range may be narrower
than the range available for adjustment.
1.2.13 Release Time
Messages which adjust the envelope release time set for each
Voice.
Cntrl#
72
Parameter
Release Time
Data Range
0...127
(0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
1.2.14 Attack Time
(ESBL Part)
(ESBL Part)
Messages which adjust the envelope attack time set for each
Voice.
Messages which set the value for the parameter specified by
RPN/NRPN.
Cntrl#
73
Data Entry
Cntrl#
6
38
Parameter
Data Entry MSB
Data Entry LSB
Data Range
0...127
0...127
Parameter value is determined by combining MSB and LSB.
Main Volume
(Piano Part, ESBL Part) (transmitted)
Cntrl#
7
Parameter
Main Volume
Data Range
0...127
Cntrl#
10
Data Range
0...127
(0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
1.2.15 Brightness
(ESBL Part)
Messages which adjust the filter cutoff frequency set for each
Voice.
Cntrl#
74
Parameter
Brightness
Data Range
0...127
(0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
(ESBL Part)
Parameter
Pan
Data Range
0...127
(Piano Part, ESBL Part)
Parameter
Expression
Messages which apply a portamento between the currentlysounding note and the subsequent note.
Cntrl#
84
Expression
Cntrl#
11
Parameter
Attack Time
1.2.16 Portamento Control
Pan
(ESBL Part)
1.2.8
Data Range
0...127
(0-63:off, 64-127:on)
(ESBL Part)
When the parameter 1.2.9 Portamento = ON, values will adjust
the speed of pitch change.
A setting of 0 - minimum portamento time, and 127 - maximum
portamento time.
1.2.7
Parameter
Sostenuto
MIDI Data Format
Data Range
0...127
Portamento Time
Cntrl#
5
Cntrl#
66
Appendix
Parameter
Modulation
(ESBL Part)
1.2.6
Data Range
0...127
(0-63:off, 64-127:on)
Higher values will result in a more characteristic, resonant sound.
Modulation
Cntrl#
1
1.2.5
Cntrl#
65
(Piano Part, ESBL Part) (transmitted)
Data Range
0: Normal,
63: User voice,
64: SFX,
126: SFX kit,
127: Drum
0...127
(ESBL Part)
1.2.4
Parameter
Portamento
Portamento
(ESBL Part)
1.2.10 Sostenuto
You can select the Voice banks with MSB and LSB numbers.
MSB and LSB functions differently depending on the play mode.
In XG mode, MSB numbers select Voice type (Normal Voice or
Drum Voice), and LSB number select Voice banks.
In TG300B mode, LSB is fixed, and MSB numbers select Voice
banks.
(See Normal Voice List Drum Voice List.)
A new bank selection will not become effective until the next
Program Change message is received.
1.2.3
Data Range
0...127
(0-63:off, 64-127:on)
Control Change
(ESBL Part) (transmitted)
1.2.2
1.2.9
Parameter
Hold1
Data Range
0...127
Hold1
(Piano Part, ESBL Part) (transmitted)
Parameter
Portamento Control
Data Range
0...127
1.2.17 Effect1 Depth (Reverb Send Level)
(ESBL Part)
Cntrl#
91
Parameter
Effect1 Depth
Data Range
0...127
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MIDI Data Format
1.2.18 Effect3 Depth (Chorus Send Level)
$1D
$rr
$mm
$1E
$rr
$mm
$1F
$rr
$mm
(ESBL Part)
Cntrl#
93
Parameter
Effect3 Depth
Data Range
0...127
1.2.19 Effect4 Depth (Variation Effect Send Level)
(ESBL Part)
Cntrl#
94
Parameter
Effect4 Depth
Data Range
0...127
1.2.20 Data Increment / Decrement (for RPN)
(ESBL Part)
Cntrl#
96
97
Parameter
RPN Increment
RPN Decrement
Data Range
0...127
0...127
1.2.21 NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number)
(ESBL Part)
Cntrl#
98
99
Parameter
NRPN LSB
NRPN MSB
Data Range
0...127
0...127
First send the NRPN MSB and NRPN LSB to specify the
parameter which is to be controlled. Then use Data Entry to set
the value of the specified parameter.
* Note that once the NRPN has been set for a channel subsequent
data entry will be recognized as the same NRPN’s value change.
Therefore, after you use the NRPN, you should set a Null (7FH,
7FH) value to avoid an unexpected result.
The following NRPN number can be received.
NRPN
MSB LSB
$01
$08
$01
$09
$01
$0A
$01
$20
$01
$21
$01
$63
$01
$64
$01
$66
$14
$rr
$15
$rr
$16
$rr
$17
A-22
$rr
$18
$rr
$19
$rr
$1A
$rr
$1C
$rr
Data entry
MSB
PARAMETER NAME and VALUE
RANGE
$mm
Vibrato Rate
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
Vibrato Depth
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
Vibrato Delay
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
Filter Cutoff Frequency
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
Filter Resonance
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
EG Attack Time
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
EG Decay Time
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
EG Release Time
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
$mm
Drum Filter Cutoff Frequency
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
rr : drum instrument note number
$mm
Drum Filter Resonance
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
rr : drum instrument note number
$mm
Drum EG Attack
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
rr : drum instrument note number
$mm
Drum EG Decay Rate
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
rr : drum instrument note number
Applies to both Decay1 and 2.
$mm
Drum Instrument Pitch Coarse
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
rr : drum instrument note number
$mm
Drum Instrument Pitch Fine
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (-64 - 0 - +63)
rr : drum instrument note number
$mm
Drum Instrument Level
mm : $00 - $7F (0 - max)
rr : drum instrument note number
$mm
Drum Instrument Pan
mm : $00 - $40 - $7F (random, left center - right)
rr : drum instrument note number
Drum Instrument Reverb Send Level
mm : $00 - $7F (0 -max)
rr : drum instrument note number
Drum Instrument Chorus Send Level
mm : $00 - $7F (0 - max)
rr : drum instrument note number
Drum Instrument Variation Send
Level
mm : $00 - $7F (0 - max)
rr : drum instrument note number
MSB 14H- 1FH (for Drum) is valid only if the Multi Part
parameter PART MODE = DRUMS 1 or DRUMS2 for that
channel. (If PART MODE = DRUM, no values will be changed.)
1.2.22 RPN (Registered Parameter Number)
(ESBL Part)
Cntrl#
100
101
Parameter
RPN LSB
RPN MSB
Data Range
0...127
0...127
The following RPN numbers can be received.
RPN Data entry
MSB LSB MSB LSB PARAMETER NAME and VALUE
RANGE
00H 00H mmH — Pitch Bend Sensitivity
mm:00-18H (0-24 chromatic steps)
Assignable in chromatic steps up to 2
octaves
Default : 02H
LSB value is ignored.
00H 01H mmH 11H Fine Tuning
mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-64-0-+63)
00H 02H mmH — Coarse Tuning
mm: 28H - 40H - 58H (-24 - +24
chromatic steps)
LSB value is ignored.
7FH 7FH —
— RPN null
Cancels RPN and NRPN numbers
1.2.23 Channel Mode Messages
The following Channel Mode Messages can be received.
2nd byte
120
121
123
124
125
126
127
1.2.23.1
3rd byte
0
0
0
0
0
0 ~ 16
0
All Sound Off
Reset All Controllers
All Note Off
Omni Off
Omni On
Mono
Poly
All Sound Off
(Piano Part, ESBL Part) (transmitted)
ESBL part;
Terminates all sounds currently sounding on the specified
channel. However, the status of channel messages such as
Note On and Hold On is maintained.
Piano Part;
The status of channel messages is not maintained.
1.2.23.2
Reset All Controllers
(ESBL Part)
The values of the following controllers will be reset to the
defaults.
CONTROLLER
Pitch Bend Change
Channel Aftertouch
Polyphonic Aftertouch
Modulation
Expression
Hold l
Portamento
Sostenuto
Soft Pedal
VALUE
±O (center)
0 (off)
0 (off)
0 (off)
127 (max)
0 (off)
0 (off)
0 (off)
0 (off)
MIDI Data Format
Portamento Control
RPN
NRPN
cancels the Portamento Source Key
Number that was received
number not specified; internal data
will not change
number not specified; internal data
will not change
1.2.23.3 All Note Off
(Piano Part, ESBL Part) (transmitted)
[OTHER]
1) Master tuning
2) TG300 System Data Parameter change
3) TG300 Multi Effect Data parameter change
4) TG300 Multi Part Data parameter change
2.1.2
2.1.2.1
11110000
01111111
01111111
00000100
00000001
0sssssss
0ttttttt
11110111
or
11110000
01111111
0xxxnnnn
00000100
00000001
0sssssss
0ttttttt
11110111
1.2.23.4 Omni Off
(Piano Part, ESBL Part)
Performs the same function as when an All Notes Off message is
received.
1.2.23.5 Omni On
(Piano Part, ESBL Part)
Performs the same function as when an All Notes Off message is
received.
1.2.23.6 Mono
(Piano Part, ESBL Part)
Performs the same function as when an All Sounds off message
is received, and if the 3rd byte (mono number) is in the range of 0
- 16, sets the corresponding channel to Mono Mode (Mode 4 : m
= 1).
2.1.3
2.1.3.1
Program Change
(ESBL Part) (transmitted)
Messages for Voice selection.
With a combination of Bank Select, you can select not only basic
Voice numbers, but also variation Voice bank numbers.
Pitch Bend
(ESBL Part)
When Multi Part Parameter Rcv PITCH BEND CHANGE=OFF,
pitch bend for that part is not received.
Polyphonic Aftertouch
F0
7E
7F
09
01
F7
= Exclusive status
= Universal Non-Real Time
= ID of target device
= Sub-ID #1=General MIDI Message
= Sub-ID #2=General MIDI On
= End of Exclusive
F0
7E
XN
09
01
F7
= Exclusive status
= Universal Non-Real Time
= Device Number, xxx = don’t care
= Sub-ID #1=General MIDI Message
= Sub-ID #2=General MIDI On
= End of Exclusive
When General MIDI Mode On is received. the play mode will be
changed to XG mode.
When this happens, the ESBL part will receive the MIDI
messages which compatible with GM System Level 1, and
consequently will not receive NRPN and Bank Select messages.
Since approximately 50ms is required to execute this messag, be
sure to leave an appropriate interval before the subsequent
message.
(ESBL Part)
(ESBL Part) (PianoPart) (transmitted)
Applying further pressure on the key does not output “key
aftertouch” information. Instead, key position is transmitted as
additional information.
General MIDI Mode On
MIDI Data Format
0;Off Disklavier keyboard does not play the internal voices.
127;On
1.6
= Exclusive status
= Universal Real Time
= Device Number, xxx = don’t care
= Sub-ID #1=Device Control Message
= Sub-ID #2=Master Volume
= Volume LSB
= Volume MSB
= End of Exclusive
Universal Non-Realtime Messages
11110000
01111110
01111111
00001001
00000001
11110111
or
11110000
01111110
0xxxnnnn
00001001
00000001
11110111
(Piano Part, ESBL Part)
Channel Aftertouch
F0
7F
XN
04
01
SS
TT
F7
(ESBL Part)
1.2.24 Local Control
1.5
= Exclusive status
= Universal Real Time
= ID of target device
= Sub-ID #1=Device Control Message
= Sub-ID #2=Master Volume
= Volume LSB
= Volume MSB
= End of Exclusive
Appendix
(Piano Part, ESBL Part)
1.4
F0
7F
7F
04
01
*SS
TT
F7
When received, the Volume MSB will be effective for the
System Parameter MASTER VOLUME.
* “SS” is the hexadecimal expression of Osssssss; same as for
“tt”, “aa”, etc.
1.2.23.7 Poly
1.3
Master Volume
(Piano Part, ESBL Part)
Terminates all notes currently on for the specified channel.
However, if Hold 1 or Sostenuto is on, notes will continue
sounding until these are turned off.
Performs the same function as when an All Sounds Off message
is received. and sets the corresponding channel to Poly Mode
(Mode 3).
Universal Realtime Messages
2.1.4
XG Native Parameter Change
(ESBL Part)
2.
SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES
2.1
Parameter Change
The Disklavier receives the following parameter change
messages.
[UNIVERSAL REALTIME MESSAGE]
1) Master Volume
[UNIVERSAL NON REALTIME MESSAGE]
1) General MIDI Mode On
[XG NATIVE]
1) XG System on
2) XG System Data parameter change
3) Multi Effect1 Data parameter change
4) Multi Part Data parameter change
5) Drums Setup Data parameter change
With the Parameter Change messages as listed below, you can
change the characteristic of a Voice, such as by Effect Type or
effect parameter, transpose, tuning, and others.
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
01001100
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0ddddddd
|
11110111
F0
43
1n
4C
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
ddddddd
|
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
XG Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
Data
End of Exclusive
* Any number is OK since the device number for the Disklavier
is fixed to “All.”
A-23
MIDI Data Format
For parameters with data size of 2 or 4, transmit the appropriate
number of data bytes.
When sending the parameter change messages consecutively, be
sure to leave an appropriate interval (if the time base is 480. ca 5
unit) between the messages.
2.1.4.1
2.2.1
XG System On
(ESBL Part)
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
01001100
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
00000000
11110111
F0
43
1N
4C
00
00
7E
00
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
XG Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
Data
End of Exclusive
When this data is received. the Disklavier will switch to XG
mode and all the parameters will be initialized accordingly, and
XG-compatible messages such as NRPN and Bank Select
messages can be received.
Since approximately 50ms is required to execute this message, be
sure to leave an appropriate interval before the subsequent
message
2.1.4.2
XG System Data parameter change
(ESBL Part)
2.2.1.1
Multi Effect1 Data parameter change
See tables <1-1> and <1-2>.
2.2.1.2
Multi Part Data parameter change
(ESBL Part)
See tables <1-1> and <1-4>.
2.2.1.4
2.2.2
Other parameter changes
Master Tuning
(ESBL Part)
F0
43
1n
27
30
00
00
mm
ll
cc
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Model ID
Sub ID2
QS300 Native Bulk Dump
11110000
01000011
0000nnnn
01001101
0bbbbbbb
0bbbbbbb
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0ddddddd
|
|
0ccccccc
11110111
If a Drum Setup Reset parameter change message is received, the
Drum Setup parameter values will be initialized.
Selecting a Drum Set will cause the Drum Setup parameter
values to be initialized.
2.2.2.1
F0
43
0n
4B
bbbbbbb
bbbbbbb
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
dd
|
|
ccccccc
F7
Master Tune MSB
Master Tune LSB
End of Exclusive
Bulk Dump
(ESBL Part)
The Disklavier receives the following bulk dump data.
[XG NATIVE]
1) XG System Data
2) Multi Effect1 Data
3) Multi Part Data
4) Drums Setup Data
[QS300 NATIVE]
1) QS300 User Normal Voice Data
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
QS300 Model ID
ByteCount
ByteCount
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
Data
Checksum
End of Exclusive
QS300 User Normal Voice Data bulk damp
(ESBL Part)
This message simultaneously changes the pitch of all channels.
A-24
Drums Setup Data bulk dump
See tables <1-1> and <1-5>.
See tables <1-1> and <1-5>.
2.2
Multi Part Data bulk dump
(ESBL Part)
Drums Setup Data parameter change
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00100111
00110000
00000000
00000000
0mmmmmmm
0lllllll
0ccccccc
11110111
Multi Effect1 Data bulk dump
See tables <1-1> and <1-3>.
2.2.1.3
See tables <1-1> and <1-4>.
2.1.5.1
XG System Data bulk dump
(ESBL Part)
(ESBL Part)
2.1.5
Checksum
End of Exclusive
(ESBL Part)
See tables <1-1> and <1-3>.
2.1.4.5
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
XG Model ID
ByteCount
ByteCount
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
Data
(ESBL Part)
(ESBL Part)
2.1.4.4
F0
43
0n
4C
bbbbbbb
bbbbbbb
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
dd
|
|
ccccccc
F7
For the Address and Byte Count, refer to the supplementary
tables.
The Checksum is the value that results in a value of 0 for the
lower 7 bits when the Start Address, Byte Count, plus the
Checksum itself are added.
See tables <1-1> and <1-2>.
2.1.4.3
XG Native Bulk Dump
11110000
01000011
0000nnnn
01001100
0bbbbbbb
0bbbbbbb
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0ddddddd
|
|
0ccccccc
11110111
See tables <2-1> and <2-2>.
MIDI Data Format
3.
SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGES
3.1
Active Sensing
a)
Transmission
Transmitted.
b)
Reception
Once FE has been received. if no MIDI data is subsequently
received for longer than an interval of approximately
300msec. the Disklavier will perform the same function as
when ALL SOUNDS OFF. ALL NOTES OFF, and RESET
ALL CONTROLLERS messages are received, and will then
return to a status in which FE is not monitored.
<Table 1-1>
Parameter Bass Address
Model ID = 4C [XG]
------->
Address
0B
00
0C
00
:
3n
5B
00
3n
3n
Parameter
note number 13
note number 14
:
note number 91
<Table 1-2>
MIDI Parameter Change table (SYSTEM) [XG]
Address
(H)
00
00
00
04
05
06
7D
7E
7F
TOTAL SIZE
Size Data
(H) (H)
4
0000-07FF
Parameter
1
1
1
MASTER VOLUME
not used
TRANSPOSE
DRUM SETUP RESET
XG SYSTEM ON
ALL PARAMETER RESET
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
28 - 58
n
00
00
07
MASTER TUNE
Description
(H)
-102.4 - +102.3 [cent]
1st bit3-0bit15-12
2nd bit3-0bit11-8
3rd bit3-0bit7-4
4th bit3-0bit3-0
0 - 127
Default value
MIDI Data Format
n: Drum setup number (0, 1)
Appendix
Parameter Change
Address
(H) (M) (L)
Description
XG SYSTEM 00
00
00
System
00
00
7D
Drum setup Reset
00
00
7E
XG System On
All Parameter Reset
00
00
7F
EFFECT1
02
01
00 Effect1 (Reverb, Chorus, Variation)
MULTI PART 08
00
00
Multi Part 1
:
08
0F
00
Multi Part 16
DRUM
30
18
00
Drum Setup 1
30
18
00
Drum Setup 2
00 04 00 00
-400
7F
-24 - +24 [semitones]
n=Drum setup number
00=XG system ON (receive only)
00=ON (receive only)
40
Parameter
Description
REVERB TYPE MSB
REVERB TYPE LSB
REVERB PARAMETER 1
REVERB PARAMETER 2
REVERB PARAMETER 3
REVERB PARAMETER 4
REVERB PARAMETER 5
REVERB PARAMETER 6
REVERB PARAMETER 7
REVERB PARAMETER 8
REVERB PARAMETER 9
REVERB PARAMETER 10
REVERB RETURN
REVERB PAN
see Effect Type List
00 : basic type
see Effect Parameter List
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
-dB...0dB...+6dB(0...64...127)
L63...C...R63(1...64...127)
Default value
(H)
01(=HALL1)
00
Depends on reverb type
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
40
40
<Table 1-3>
MIDI Parameter Change table (EFFECT 1) [XG]
Address
(H)
02
01
00
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
Size Data
(H) (H)
2
00-7F
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
00-7F
1
01-7F
A-25
MIDI Data Format
TOTAL SIZE
02
01
10
11
12
13
14
15
TOTAL SIZE
02
01
20
0E
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
2
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
TOTAL SIZE
02
01
30
31
32
33
34
35
TOTAL SIZE
02
01
40
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0F
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
2
42
2
44
2
46
2
48
2
4A
2
4C
2
4E
2
50
2
52
2
54
2
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
1
1
1
1
1
1
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
TOTAL SIZE
02
01
70
71
72
73
74
75
TOTAL SIZE
A-26
1
1
1
1
1
21
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
REVERB PARAMETER 11
REVERB PARAMETER 12
REVERB PARAMETER 13
REVERB PARAMETER 14
REVERB PARAMETER 15
REVERB PARAMETER 16
see Effect Parameter List
”
”
”
”
”
Depends on reverb type
”
”
”
”
”
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
01-7F
00-7F
CHORUS TYPE MSB
CHORUS TYPE LSB
CHORUS PARAMETER 1
CHORUS PARAMETER 2
CHORUS PARAMETER 3
CHORUS PARAMETER 4
CHORUS PARAMETER 5
CHORUS PARAMETER 6
CHORUS PARAMETER 7
CHORUS PARAMETER 8
CHORUS PARAMETER 9
CHORUS PARAMETER 10
CHORUS RETURN
CHORUS PAN
SEND CHORUS TO REVERB
see Effect Type List
00 : basic type
see Effect Parameter List
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
-dB...0dB...+6dB(0...64...127)
L63...C...R63(1...64...127)
-dB...0dB... +6dB(0...64...127)
41 (=CHORUS1)
00
Depends on chorus Type
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
40
40
00
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
CHORUS PARAMETER 11
CHORUS PARAMETER 12
CHORUS PARAMETER 13
CHORUS PARAMETER 14
CHORUS PARAMETER 15
CHORUS PARAMETER 16
see Effect Parameter List
”
”
”
”
”
Depends on chorus Type
”
”
”
”
”
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
01-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-01
00-0F,7F
VARIATION TYPE MSB
VARIATION TYPE LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 1 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 1 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 2 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 2 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 3 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 3 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 4 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 4 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 5 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 5 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 6 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 6 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 7 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 7 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 8 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 8 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 9 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 9 LSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 10 MSB
VARIATION PARAMETER 10 LSB
VARIATION RETURN
VARIATION PAN
SEND VARIATION TO REVERB
SEND VARIATION TO CHORUS
VARIATION CONNECTION
VARIATION PART
05 (=DELAY L, C, R)
00
Depends on variation type
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
40
40
00
00
00
7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
MW VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH
BEND VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH
CAT VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH
AC1 VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH
AC2 VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH
see Effect Type List
00 : basic type
see Effect Parameter List
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
”
- dB...0dB...+6dB(0...64...127)
L63...C...R63(1...64...127)
- dB...0dB...+6dB(0...64...127)
- dB...0dB...+6dB(0...64...127)
0:INSERTION, 1:SYSTEM
Part1...16(0...15)
0FF (127)
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
40
40
40
40
40
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
VARIATION PARAMETER 11
VARIATION PARAMETER 12
VARIATION PARAMETER 13
VARIATION PARAMETER 14
VARIATION PARAMETER 15
VARIATION PARAMETER 16
see Effect Parameter List
”
”
”
”
”
Depends on variation type
”
”
”
”
”
MIDI Data Format
<Table 1-4>
MIDI Parameter Change table (MULTI PART) [XG]
Address
(H)
08
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
00
01
02
03
04
05
Size
(H)
1
1
1
1
1
1
Data
(H)
00 - 20
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 0F, 7F
00 - 01
nn
06
1
00 - 02
nn
07
1
00 - 03
nn
nn
nn
08
09
0A
1
2
28 - 58
00 - FF
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
0 - 32
0 - 127
0 - 127
1 - 128
1 - 16,OFF
0:MONO
1:POLY
SAME NOTE NUMBER KEY ON ASSIGN 0:SINGLE
1:MULTI
2:INST (for DRUM)
PART MODE
0:NORMAL
1:DRUM
2-3:DRUMS1 - 2
NOTE SHIFT
-24 - +24 [semitones]
DETUNE
-12.8 - +12.7 [Hz]
1st bit3-0bit7-4
2nd bit3-0bit3-0
VOLUME
0 - 127
VELOCITY SENSE DEPTH
0 - 127
VELOCITY SENSE OFFSET
0 - 127
PAN
0/random, 1/L63-64/C-127/R63
NOTE LIMIT LOW
C-2 - G8
NOTE LIMIT HIGH
C-2 - G8
DRY LEVEL
0 - 127
CHORUS SEND
0 - 127
REVERB SEND
0 - 127
VARIATION SEND
0 - 127
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
VIBRATO RATE
VIBRATO DEPTH
VIBRATO DELAY
FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY
FILTER RESONANCE
EG ATTACK TIME
EG DECAY TIME
EG RELEASE TIME
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-61 - +63
40
40 (drum part ignores)
40 (drum part ignores)
40
40
40
40
40
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
1
1
1
1
1
1
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
MW PITCH CONTROL
MW FILTER CONTROL
MW AMPLITUDE CONTROL
MW LFO PMOD DEPTH
MW LFO FMOD DEPTH
MW LFO AMOD DEPTH
-24 -+24 [semitones]
-9600 - +9450 [cent]
-64 - +63
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
40
40
40
0A
00
00
nn
23
nn
24
nn
25
nn
26
nn
27
nn
28
TOTAL SIZE
nn
30
nn
31
nn
32
nn
33
nn
34
nn
35
nn
36
nn
37
nn
38
nn
39
nn
3A
nn
3B
nn
3C
nn
3D
nn
3E
nn
3F
1
1
1
1
1
1
29
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
BEND PITCH CONTROL
BEND FILTER CONTROL
BEND AMPLITUDE CONTROL
BEND LFO PMOD DEPTH
BEND LFO FMOD DEPTH
BEND LFO AMOD DEPTH
-24 - +24 [semitones]
-9600 - +9450 [cent]
-64 - +63
+100 - +100 [%]
+100 - +100 [%]
+100 - +100 [%]
42
40
40
40
40
40
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
Rcv PITCH BEND
Rcv CH AFTER TOUCH (CAT)
Rcv PROGRAM CHANGE
Rcv CONTROL CHANGE
Rcv POLY AFTER TOUCH (PAT)
Rcv NOTE MESSAGE
Rcv RPN
Rcv NRPN
Rcv MODULATION
Rcv VOLUME
Rcv PAN
Rcv EXPRESSION
Rcv HOLD1
Rcv PORTAMENTO
Rcv SOSTENUTO
Rcv SOFT PEDAL
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
XG=01, GM=00
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
nn
nn
1
1
00 - 01
00 - 7F
Rcv BANK SELECT
SCALE TUNING C
0/OFF,1/ON
-64 - +63 [cent]
XG=01, GM=00
40
Description
ELEMENT RESERVE
BANK SELECT MSB
BANK SELECT LSB
PROGRAM NUMBER
Rcv CHANNEL
MONO/POLY MODE
Default value
(H)
part10=0, other =2
part10=7F, other=0
00
00
part no.
01
1 (all part)
part10=2, other=0
00 (other than Part10)
02 (Part10)
40
08 00
(80)
64
40
40
40
00
7F
7F
00
40
00
Appendix
MIDI Data Format
40
41
Parameter
A-27
MIDI Data Format
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING C#
SCALE TUNING D
SCALE TUNING D#
SCALE TUNING E
SCALE TUNING F
SCALE TUNING F#
SCALE TUNING G
SCALE TUNING G#
SCALE TUNING A
SCALE TUNING A#
SCALE TUNING B
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
-64 - +63 [cent]
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
1
1
1
1
1
1
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
CAT PITCH CONTROL
CAT FILTER CONTROL
CAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL
CAT LFO PMOD DEPTH
CAT LFO FMOD DEPTH
CAT LFO AMOD DEPTH
-24 - +24 [semitones]
-9600 - +9450 [cent]
-64 - +63
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
40
40
40
00
00
00
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
53
54
55
56
57
58
1
1
1
1
1
1
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
PAT PITCH CONTROL
PAT FILTER CONTROL
PAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL
PAT LFO PMOD DEPTH
PAT LFO FMOD DEPTH
PAT LFO AMOD DEPTH
-24 - +24 [semitones]
-9600 - +9450 [cent]
-64 - +63
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
40
40
40
00
00
00
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
00 - 5F
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
AC1 CONTROLLER NUMBER
AC1 PITCH CONTROL
AC1 FILTER CONTROL
AC1 AMPLITUDE CONTROL
AC1 LFO PMOD DEPTH
AC1 LFO FMOD DEPTH
AC1 LFO AMOD DEPTH
0 - 95
-24 - +24 [semitones]
-9600 - +9450 [cent]
-64 - +63
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
10
40
40
40
00
00
00
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
00 - 5F
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
AC2 CONTROLLER NUMBER
AC2 PITCH CONTROL
AC2 FILTER CONTROL
AC2 AMPLITUDE CONTROL
AC2 LFO PMOD DEPTH
AC2 LFO FMOD DEPTH
AC2 LFO AMOD DEPTH
0 - 95
-24 - +24 [semitones]
-9600 - +9450 [cent]
-64 - +63
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
11
40
40
40
00
00
00
nn
nn
67
68
1
1
00 - 01
00 - 7F
PORTAMENTO SWITCH
PORTAMENTO TIME
0/OFF, 1/ON
0 - 127
00
00
1
1
1
1
1
1
3F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
01 - 7F
01 - 7F
PITCH EG INITIAL LEVEL
PITCH EG ATTACK TIME
PITCH EG RELEASE LEVEL
PITCH EG RELEASE TIME
VELOCITY LIMIT LOW
VELOCITY LIMIT HIGH
-64 -+63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
1 - 127
1 - 127
40
40
40
40
01
7F
Parameter
Description
PITCH COARSE
PITCH FINE
LEVEL
ALTERNATE GROUP
PAN
REVERB SEND
CHORUS SEND
VARIATION SEND
-64 - +63
-64 - +63 [cent]
0 - 127
0/OFF, 1 - 127
0/random, 1/L63 - 64/C - 127/R63
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
Default
(H)
40
40
Depends on the note
”
”
”
”
7F
nn
69
nn
6A
nn
6B
nn
6C
nn
6D
nn
6E
TOTAL SIZE
nn = Part Number (0:1Part, 1:2Part, 2:3Part, ..., 15:16Part)
For the DRUM PART, the following parameters have no effect.
•
•
•
•
•
SOFT PEDAL
BANK SELECT LSB
MONO/POLY
SCALE TUNING
PORTAMENTO
•
•
•
•
•
PITCH EG INITIAL LEVEL
PITCH EG ATTACK TIME
PITCH EG RELEASE LEVEL
PITCH EF RELEASE TIME
POLY AFTER TOUCH
<Table 1-5>
MIDI Parameter Change table (DRUM SETUP) [XG]
Address
(H)
3n
rr
3n
rr
3n
rr
3n
rr
3n
rr
3n
rr
3n
rr
3n
rr
A-28
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
Size
(H)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Data
(H)
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
MIDI Data Format
3n
rr
08
3n
rr
09
3n
rr
0A
3n
rr
0B
3n
rr
0C
3n
rr
0D
3n
rr
0E
3n
rr
0F
TOTAL SIZE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
KEY ASSIGN
Rcv NOTE OFF
Rcv NOTE ON
FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY
FILTER RESONANCE
EG ATTACK RATE
EG DECAY1 RATE
EG DECAY2 RATE
0/SINGLE, 1/MULTI
0/OFF, 1/ON
0/OFF, 1/ON
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
00
Depends on the note
01
40
40
40
40
40
[Note]
n: Drum number (0 - 1)
rr: note number (0D - 5B)
When XG system on or GM mode on messages are received, all Drum Setup parameters are initialized.
The Drum Setup Reset message can be used to initialized each Drum Setup parameter.
Selecting a Drum Set will cause the Drum Setup parameter values to be initialized.
<Table 2-1>
Parameter Bass Address
Model ID = 4B [QS300]
Bulk Dump
Address
(H) (M) (L)
USER
11
00
00
NORMAL
VOICE
00
1F
00
Description
User Normal Voice 1
:
User Normal Voice 32
Appendix
<Table 2-2>
MIDI Bulk Dump table (USER NORMAL VOICE) [QS300]
Size Data
(H) (H)
Parameter
17D 20-7E
Voice Name
Description
Default
(H)
[Common]
11
nn
00
:
07
08
:
0A
0B
0C
01-03
00-7F
0D
:
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
not used
”
”
Element Switch
Voice Level
MIDI Data Format
Address
(H)
1:Element 1 on, 2:Element 2 on, 3:Element 1 and 2 on
not used
”
”
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-01
00-02
00-01
00-3F
00-7F
00-7F
00-3F
00-0F
00-1F
20-60
0E -72
00-05
00-7F
00-03
39-47
39-47
39-47
00-7F
00-3F
00-3F
00-3F
Wave Number High
Wave Number Low
Note Limit Low
Note Limit High
Velocity Limit Low
Velocity Limit High
Filter EG Velocity Curve
LFO Wave Select
LFO Phase Initialize
LFO Speed
LFO Delay
LFO Fade Time
LFO PMD Depth
LFO CMD Depth
LFO AMD Depth
Note Shift
Detune
Pitch Scaling
Pitch Scaling Center Note
Pitch EG Depth
Velocity PEG Level Sensitivity
Velocity PEG Rate Sensitivity
PEG Rate Scaling
PEG Rate Scaling Center Note
PEG Rate 1
PEG Rate 2
PEG Rate 3
[Element 1]
bit13-bit7
bit6-bit0
0:saw, 1:tri, 2:S&H
0:OFF, 1:ON
0:100%, 1:50%, 2:20%, 3:10%, 4:5%, 5:0%
0:1/2oct, 1:1oct, 2:2oct, 3:4oct
A-29
MIDI Data Format
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
8A
8B
8C
00-3F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-3F
00-07
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
39-47
39-47
39-47
00-7F
00-3F
00-3F
00-3F
00-3F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-06
00-0F
39-47
00-7F
00-0F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
39-47
8D
:
DC
DD
:
12C
12D
:
17C
TOTAL SIZE
17D
nn=Voice Number (00-1F)
A-30
PEG Rate 4
PEG Level 0
PEG Level 1
PEG Level 2
PEG Level 3
PEG Level 4
Filter Resonance
Velocity Sensitivity
Cutoff Frequency
Cutoff Scaling Break Point 1
Cutoff Scaling Break Point 2
Cutoff Scaling Break Point 3
Cutoff Scaling Break Point 4
Cutoff Scaling Offset 1
Cutoff Scaling Offset 2
Cutoff Scaling Offset 3
Cutoff Scaling Offset 4
Velocity FEG Level Sensitivity
Velocity FEG Rate Sensitivity
FEG Rate Scaling
FEG Rate Scaling Center Note
FEG Rate 1
FEG Rate 2
FEG Rate 3
FEG Rate 4
FEG Level 0
FEG Level 1
FEG Level 2
FEG Level 3
FEG Level 4
Element Level
Level Scaling Break Point 1
Level Scaling Break Point 2
Level Scaling Break Point 3
Level Scaling Break Point 4
Level Scaling Offset 1
Level Scaling Offset 2
Level Scaling Offset 3
Level Scaling Offset 4
Velocity Curve
Pan
AEG Rate Scaling
AEG Scaling Center Note
AEG Key on Delay
AEG Attack Rate
AEG Decay 1 Rate
AEG Decay 2 Rate
AEG Release Rate
AEG Decay 1 Level
AEG Decay 2 Level
Address Offset High
Address Offset Low
Resonance Sensitivity
0 (Left)-14 (Right), 15:Scaling
bit13-bit7
bit6-bit0
[Element 2]
same as [Element 1]
”
”
[Element 3]
not used
”
”
[Element 4]
not used
”
”
MIDI Data Format
XG Normal Voice List
Bank Select MSB = 000, LSB = Bank Number
Voice names in bold typeface are voices that can be selected in the Disklavier.
The Disklavier can produce all the voices listed below, but can only display bank 0 voices.
Instrument
Group
Piano
Instrument
Group
Organ
Guitar
Program Bank
Voice Name
#
#
17
0
DrawOrgn
32
DetDrwOr
33
60sDrOr1
34
60sDrOr2
35
70sDrOr1
36
DrawOrg2
37
60sDrOr3
38
EvenBar
40
16+2"2/3
64
Organ Ba
65
70sDrOr2
66
CheezOrg
67
DrawOrg3
18
0
PercOrgn
24
70sPcOr1
32
DetPrcOr
33
LiteOrg
37
PercOrg2
19
0
RockOrgn
64
RotaryOr
65
SloRotar
66
FstRotar
20
0
ChrchOrg
32
ChurOrg3
35
ChurOrg2
40
NotreDam
64
OrgFlute
65
TrmOrgFl
21
0
ReedOrgn
40
Puff Org
22
0
Acordion
32
AccordIt
23
0
Harmnica
32
Harmo 2
24
0
TangoAcd
64
TngoAcd2
25
0
NylonGtr
16
NylonGt2
25
NylonGt3
43
VelGtHrm
96
Ukulele
26
0
SteelGtr
16
SteelGt2
35
12StrGtr
40
Nyln&Stl
41
Stl&Body
96
Mandolin
27
0
Jazz Gtr
18
MelloGtr
32
JazzAmp
28
0
CleanGtr
32
ChorusGt
29
0
Mute.Gtr
40
FunkGtr1
41
MuteStlG
43
FunkGtr2
45
Jazz Man
30
0
Ovrdrive
43
Gt.Pinch
31
0
Dist.Gtr
40
FeedbkGt
41
FeedbGt2
32
0
GtrHarmo
65
GtFeedbk
66
GtrHrmo2
Bank 18 : Dark
Bank 19 : Dark
Bank 20 : Resonant
Bank 24 : Attack
Bank 24 : Release
Bank 27 : Reso Sweep
Bank 28 : Muted
Bank 32 : Detune 1
Bank 33 : Detune 2
Element
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
Instrument
Group
Bass
Strings
Bank 34 : Detune 3
Bank 35 : Octave 1
Bank 36 : Octave 2
Bank 37 : 5th 1
Bank 38 : 5th 2
Bank 39 : Bend
Bank 40 : Tutti
Bank 41 : Tutti
Bank 42 : Tutti
Program Bank
Voice Name
#
#
33
0
Aco.Bass
40
JazzRthm
45
VXUprght
34
0
FngrBass
18
FingrDrk
27
FlangeBa
40
Ba&DstEG
43
FngrSlap
45
FngBass2
65
ModAlem
35
0
PickBass
28
MutePkBa
36
0
Fretless
32
Fretles2
33
Fretles3
34
Fretles4
96
SynFretl
97
Smooth
37
0
SlapBas1
27
ResoSlap
32
PunchThm
38
0
SlapBas2
43
VeloSlap
39
0
SynBass1
18
SynBa1Dk
20
FastResB
24
AcidBass
35
Clv Bass
40
TeknoBa
64
Oscar
65
SqrBass
66
RubberBa
96
Hammer
40
0
SynBass2
6
MelloSB1
12
Seq Bass
18
ClkSynBa
19
SynBa2Dk
32
SmthBa 2
40
ModulrBa
41
DX Bass
64
X WireBa
41
0
Violin
8
SlowVln
42
0
Viola
43
0
Cello
44
0
Contrabs
45
0
Trem.Str
8
SlowTrStr
40
Susp Str
46
0
Pizz.Str
47
0
Harp
40
YangChin
48
0
Timpani
Element
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
Instrument
Group
Ensemble
Brass
Bank 43 : Velo-Switch
Bank 45 : Velo-Xfade
Bank 64 : Other wave
Bank 65 : Other wave
Bank 66 : Other wave
Bank 67 : Other wave
Bank 68 : Other wave
Bank 69 : Other wave
Bank 70 : Other wave
Program Bank Voice Name
#
#
49
0
Strings1
3
S.Strngs
8
SlowStr
24
ArcoStr
35
60sStrng
40
Orchestr
41
Orchstr2
42
TremOrch
45
VeloStr
50
0
Strings2
3
S.SlwStr
8
LegatoSt
40
Warm Str
41
Kingdom
64
70s Str
65
Str Ens3
51
0
Syn.Str1
27
ResoStr
64
Syn Str4
65
SS Str
52
0
Syn.Str2
53
0
ChoirAah
3
S.Choir
16
Ch.Aahs2
32
MelChoir
40
ChoirStr
54
0
VoiceOoh
55
0
SynVoice
40
SynVox2
41
Choral
64
AnaVoice
56
0
Orch.Hit
35
OrchHit2
64
Impact
57
0
Trumpet
16
Trumpet2
17
BriteTrp
32
WarmTrp
58
0
Trombone
18
Trmbone2
59
0
Tuba
16
Tuba 2
60
0
Mute.Trp
61
0
Fr.Horn
6
FrHrSolo
32
FrHorn2
37
HornOrch
62
0
BrasSect
35
Tp&TbSec
40
BrssSec2
41
HiBrass
42
MelloBrs
63
0
SynBras1
12
QuackBr
20
RezSynBr
24
PolyBrss
27
SynBras3
32
JumpBrss
45
AnaVelBr
64
AnaBrss1
64
0
SynBras2
18
Soft Brs
40
SynBras4
41
ChorBrss
45
VelBras2
64
AnaBras2
Element
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
MIDI Data Format
Bank 0 : (GM)
Bank 1 : Key Scale Planning
Bank 3 : Stereo
Bank 6 : Single
Bank 8 : Slow
Bank 12 : Fast Decay
Bank 14 : Double Attack
Bank 16 : Bright
Bank 17 : Bright
Element
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
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2
Appendix
Chromatic
Percussion
Program Bank
Voice Name
#
#
1
0
GrandPno
1
GrndPnoK
18
MelloGrP
40
PianoStr
41
Dream
2
0
BritePno
1
BritPnoK
3
0
E.Grand
1
ElGrPnoK
32
Det.CP80
40
ElGrPno1
41
ElGrPno2
4
0
HnkyTonk
1
HnkyTnkK
5
0
E.Piano1
1
El.Pno1K
18
MelloEP1
32
Chor.EP1
40
HardEl.P
45
VX El.P1
64
60sEl.P
6
0
E.Piano2
1
El.Pno2K
32
Chor.EP2
33
DX Hard
34
DXLegend
40
DX Phase
41
DX+Analg
42
DXKotoEP
45
VX El.P2
7
0
Harpsi.
1
Harpsi.K
25
Harpsi.2
35
Harpsi.3
8
0
Clavi.
1
Clavi. K
27
ClaviWah
64
PulseClv
65
PierceCl
9
0
Celesta
10
0
Glocken
11
0
MusicBox
64
Orgel
12
0
Vibes
1
VibesK
45
HardVibe
13
0
Marimba
1
MarimbaK
64
SineMrmb
97
Balafon2
98
Log Drum
14
0
Xylophon
15
0
TubulBel
96
ChrchBel
97
Carillon
16
0
Dulcimer
35
Dulcimr2
96
Cimbalom
97
Santur
Bank 71 : Other wave
Bank 72 : Other wave
Bank 96 : Other wave
Bank 97 : Other wave
Bank 98 : Other wave
Bank 99 : Other wave
Bank 100 : Other wave
Bank 101 : Other wave
A-31
MIDI Data Format
Bank Select
MSB = 064, LSB = 000
SFX Voice
Instrument Program Bank
Group
#
#
Reed
65
0
66
0
40
43
67
0
40
41
64
68
0
69
0
70
0
71
0
72
0
Pipe
73
0
74
0
75
0
76
0
77
0
78
0
79
0
80
0
Synth Lead 81
0
6
8
18
19
64
65
66
82
0
6
8
18
19
20
24
25
40
41
45
96
83
0
65
84
0
64
85
0
64
65
86
0
24
64
87
0
35
88
0
16
64
65
Synth Pad 89
0
64
90
0
16
17
18
64
65
91
0
64
65
66
67
A-32
EleVoice Name ment
SprnoSax
1
Alto Sax
1
Sax Sect
2
HyprAlto
2
TenorSax
1
BrthTnSx
2
SoftTenr
2
TnrSax 2
1
Bari.Sax
1
Oboe
2
Eng.Horn
1
Bassoon
1
Clarinet
1
Piccolo
1
Flute
1
Recorder
1
PanFlute
1
Bottle
2
Shakhchi
2
Whistle
1
Ocarina
1
SquareLd
2
Square 2
1
LMSquare
2
Hollow
1
Shmoog
2
Mellow
2
SoloSine
2
SineLead
1
Saw.Lead
2
Saw 2
1
ThickSaw
2
DynaSaw
1
DigiSaw
2
Big Lead
2
HeavySyn
2
WaspySyn
2
PulseSaw
2
Dr. Lead
2
VeloLead
2
Seq Ana
2
CaliopLd
2
Pure Pad
2
Chiff Ld
2
Rubby
2
CharanLd
2
DistLead
2
WireLead
2
Voice Ld
2
SynthAah
2
VoxLead
2
Fifth Ld
2
Big Five
2
Bass &Ld
2
Big&Low
2
Fat&Prky
2
SoftWurl
2
NewAgePd 2
Fantasy2
2
Warm Pad 2
ThickPad
2
Soft Pad
2
SinePad
2
Horn Pad
2
RotarStr
2
PolySyPd
2
PolyPd80
2
ClickPad
2
Ana Pad
2
SquarPad
2
Instrument Program Bank
Group
#
#
Synth Pad 92
0
64
66
67
93
0
64
65
94
0
64
65
95
0
96
0
20
27
64
66
Synth
97
0
Effects
45
64
65
66
98
0
27
64
99
0
12
14
18
35
40
41
42
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
100
0
18
19
40
64
65
66
67
101
0
64
96
102
0
64
65
66
67
68
70
71
96
103
0
8
14
64
65
66
67
68
69
104
0
64
EleVoice Name ment
ChoirPad
2
Heaven2
2
Itopia
2
CC Pad
2
BowedPad
2
Glacier
2
GlassPad
2
MetalPad
2
Tine Pad
2
Pan Pad
2
Halo Pad
2
SweepPad
2
Shwimmer
2
Converge
2
PolarPad
2
Celstial
2
Rain
2
ClaviPad
2
HrmoRain
2
AfrcnWnd
2
Caribean
2
SoundTrk
2
Prologue
2
Ancestrl
2
Crystal
2
SynDrCmp
2
Popcorn
2
TinyBell
2
RndGlock
2
GlockChi
2
ClearBel
2
ChorBell
2
SynMalet
1
SftCryst
2
LoudGlok
2
XmasBell
2
VibeBell
2
DigiBell
2
AirBells
2
BellHarp
2
Gamelmba
2
Atmosphr
2
WarmAtms 2
HollwRls
2
NylonEP
2
NylnHarp
2
Harp Vox
2
AtmosPad
2
Planet
2
Bright
2
FantaBel
2
Smokey
2
Goblins
2
GobSyn
2
50sSciFi
2
Ring Pad
2
Ritual
2
ToHeaven
2
Night
2
Glisten
2
BelChoir
2
Echoes
2
EchoPad2
2
Echo Pan
2
EchoBell
2
Big Pan
2
SynPiano
2
Creation
2
Stardust
2
Reso Pan
2
Sci-Fi
2
Starz
2
Instrument Program Bank
Group
#
#
Ethnic
105
0
32
35
96
97
106
0
28
96
97
98
107
0
108
0
96
97
109
0
110
0
111
0
112
0
64
96
97
Percussive 113
0
96
97
98
99
100
101
114
0
115
0
97
98
116
0
96
117
0
96
118
0
64
65
66
119
0
64
65
120
0
Sound
121
0
Effects
122
0
123
0
124
0
125
0
126
0
127
0
128
0
EleVoice Name ment
Sitar
1
DetSitar
2
Sitar 2
2
Tambra
2
Tamboura
2
Banjo
1
MuteBnjo
1
Rabab
2
Gopichnt
2
Oud
2
Shamisen
1
Koto
1
T. Koto
2
Kanoon
2
Kalimba
1
Bagpipe
2
Fiddle
1
Shanai
1
Shanai2
1
Pungi
1
Hichriki
2
TnklBell
2
Bonang
2
Gender
2
Gamelan
2
S.Gamlan
2
Rama Cym
2
AsianBel
2
Agogo
2
SteelDrm
2
GlasPerc
2
ThaiBell
2
WoodBlok
1
Castanet
1
TaikoDrm
1
Gr.Cassa
1
MelodTom 2
Mel Tom2
1
Real Tom
2
Rock Tom
2
Syn.Drum
1
Ana Tom
1
ElecPerc
2
RevCymbl
1
FretNoiz
2
BrthNoiz
2
Seashore
2
Tweet
2
Telphone
1
Helicptr
1
Applause
1
Gunshot
1
Program
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
MSB=064
LSB=000
Element
CuttngNz
CttngNz2
1
2
Str Slap
1
Fl.KClik
1
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Stream
Bubble
Feed
1
1
1
2
2
2
Dog
Horse
Bird 2
1
1
1
Ghost
Maou
2
2
Program
#
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
MSB=064
LSB=000
Element
Tel.Dial
DoorSqek
Door Slam
Scratch
Scratch 2
WindChm
Telphon2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
CarEngin
Car Stop
Car Pass
CarCrash
Siren
Train
Jetplane
Starship
Burst
Coaster
SbMarine
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
Laughing
Scream
Punch
Heart
FootStep
1
1
1
1
1
MchinGun
LaserGun
Xplosion
FireWork
1
2
2
2
: No Sound
MIDI Data Format
TG300B Normal Voice List
Bank Select MSB = Bank Number, LSB = ooo
Instrument
Group
Piano
Instrument
Group
Organ
Guitar
Program Bank
Voice Name
#
#
17
0
DrawOrgn
1
70sDrOr1
8
DetDrwOr
9
70sDrOr2
16
60sDrOr1
17
60sDrOr2
18
60sDrOr3
24
CheezOrg
32
DrawOrg2
33
EvenBar
40
Organ Ba
126 Slap-2
127 harpsi1
18
0
PercOrgn
1
70sPcOr1
8
DetPrcOr
32
PercOrg2
126 Slap-3
127 harpsi2
19
0
RockOrgn
8
RotaryOr
16
SloRotar
24
FstRotar
126 Slap-4
127 harpsi3
20
0
ChrchOrg
8
ChurOrg2
16
ChurOrg3
24
OrgFlute
32
TrmOrgFl
126 Slap-5
127 clavi1
21
0
ReedOrgn
126 Slap-6
127 clavi2
22
0
Acordion
8
AccordIt
126 Slap-7
127 clavi3
23
0
Harmnica
1
Harmo 2
126 Slap-8
127 celesta1
24
0
TangoAcd
126 Finger-1
127 celesta2
25
0
NylonGtr
8
Ukulele
16
NylonGt3
24
VelGtHrm
32
NylonGt2
40
LequintG
126 Finger-2
127 synbras1
26
0
SteelGtr
8
12StrGtr
9
Nyln&Stl
16
Mandolin
32
SteelGt2
126 Picked-1
127 synbras2
27
0
Jazz Gtr
1
MelloGtr
8
PdlSteel
126 Picked-2
127 synbras3
28
0
CleanGtr
8
ChorusGt
126 FretlsBs
127 synbras4
Element
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
Instrument
Group
Guitar
Bass
Program Bank Voice Name
#
#
29
0
Mute.Gtr
8
FunkGtr1
16
FunkGtr2
126 A-Bass
127 synbass1
30
0
Ovrdrive
126 Choir-1
127 synbass2
31
0
Dist.Gtr
8
FeedbkGt
9
FeedbGt2
126 Choir-2
127 synbass3
32
0
GtrHarmo
8
GtFeedbk
126 Choir-3
127 synbass4
33
0
Aco.Bass
126 Choir-4
127 newagepd
34
0
FngrBass
1
FngBass2
126 Strngs-1
127 synharmo
35
0
PickBass
8
MutePkBa
126 Strngs-2
127 choir pd
36
0
Fretless
1
Fretles2
2
Fretles3
3
Fretles4
4
SynFretl
5
Smooth
126 Strngs-3
127 bowed pd
37
0
SlapBas1
8
ResoSlap
126 Strngs-4
127 soundtrk
38
0
SlapBas2
126 E-Organ1
127 atmosphr
39
0
SynBass1
1
SynBa1Dk
8
AcidBass
9
FastResB
10
TeknoBa
16
ResoBass
126 E-Organ2
127 syn warm
40
0
SynBass2
1
ClkSynBa
2
ModulrBa
3
Seq Bass
8
DX Bass
9
X WireBa
16
RubberBa
17
SynBa2Dk
18
MelloSB1
19
SmthBa 2
126 E-Organ3
127 synfunny
Element
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
Instrument
Group
Strings
Ensemble
Program Bank Voice Name
#
#
41
0
Violin
8
SlowVln
126 E-Organ4
127 synecho1
42
0
Viola
126 E-Organ5
127 rain
43
0
Cello
126 E-Organ6
127 synoboe
44
0
Contrabs
126 E-Organ7
127 synecho2
45
0
Trem.Str
8
SlowTrStr
9
Susp Str
126 E-Organ8
127 synsolo
46
0
Pizz.Str
126 E-Organ9
127 synrdorg
47
0
Harp
126 SoftTP-1
127 synbell
48
0
Timpani
126 SoftTP-2
127 squareld
49
0
Strings1
1
Slow Str
8
Orchestr
9
Orchstr2
10
TremOrch
11
ChoirStr
16
S.Strngs
24
VeloStr
126 TP/TRB-1
127 strsect1
50
0
Strings2
1
70s Str
8
LegatoSt
9
Warm Str
10
S.SlwStr
126 TP/TRB-2
127 strsect2
51
0
Syn.Str1
1
Syn Str4
126 TP/TRB-3
127 strsect3
52
0
Syn.Str2
126 TP/TRB-4
127 pizz.str
53
0
ChoirAah
8
S.Choir
9
MelChoir
32
Ch.Aahs2
126 TP/TRB-5
127 violin 1
54
0
VoiceOoh
126 TP/TRB-6
127 violin 2
55
0
SynVoice
8
SynVox2
126 Sax-1
127 cello 1
56
0
Orch.Hit
1
OrchHit2
8
Impact
16
LoFiRave
126 Sax-2
127 cello 2
Element
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
MIDI Data Format
Element
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
Appendix
Chromatic
Percussion
Program Bank
Voice Name
#
#
1
0
GrandPno
8
GrndPnoK
16
MelloGrP
126 A-Piano1
127 a.piano1
2
0
BritePno
8
BritPnoK
126 A-Piano2
127 a.piano2
3
0
E.Grand
1
ElGrPno1
2
ElGrPno2
8
ElGrPnoK
126 A-Piano3
127 a.piano3
4
0
HnkyTonk
8
HnkyTnkK
126 A-Piano4
127 e.piano1
5
0
E.Piano1
8
Chor.EP1
16
VX El.P1
24
60sEl.P
25
HardEl.P
26
MelloEP1
32
El.Pno1K
126 A-Piano5
127 e.piano2
6
0
E.Piano2
8
Chor.EP2
16
VX El.P2
24
DX Hard
32
El.Pno2K
126 A-Piano6
127 e.piano3
7
0
Harpsi.
8
Harpsi.3
16
Harpsi.K
24
Harpsi.2
126 A-Piano7
127 e.piano4
8
0
Clavi.
8
Clavi. K
126 E-Piano1
127 hnkytnk
9
0
Celesta
126 E-Piano2
127 e.organ1
10
0
Glocken
126 E-Piano3
127 e.organ2
11
0
MusicBox
126 A-Guitr1
127 e.organ3
12
0
Vibes
1
HardVibe
8
VibesK
126 A-Guitr2
127 e.organ4
13
0
Marimba
8
MarimbaK
17
Balafon2
24
Log Drum
126 A-Guitr3
127 pipeorg1
14
0
Xylophon
126 E-Guitr1
127 pipeorg2
15
0
TubulBel
8
ChrchBel
9
Carillon
126 E-Guitr2
127 pipeorg3
16
0
Dulcimer
1
Dulcimr2
8
Cimbalom
126 Slap-1
127 acordion
A-33
MIDI Data Format
Instrument
Group
Brass
Reed
Pipe
A-34
Program Bank Voice Name
#
#
57
0
Trumpet
1
Trumpet2
24
BriteTrp
25
WarmTrp
126 Sax-3
127 contrabs
58
0
Trombone
1
Trmbone2
126 Sax-4
127 harp 1
59
0
Tuba
1
Tuba 2
126 Brass-1
127 harp 2
60
0
Mute.Trp
126 Brass-2
127 guitar 1
61
0
Fr.Horn
1
FrHorn2
8
FrHrSolo
16
HornOrch
126 Brass-3
127 guitar 2
62
0
BrasSect
8
BrssSec2
126 Brass-4
127 elecgtr1
63
0
SynBras1
1
PolyBrss
8
SynBras3
9
QuackBr
16
AnaBrss1
126 Brass-5
127 elecgtr2
64
0
SynBras2
1
Soft Brs
8
SynBras4
16
AnaBrss2
17
VelBras2
126 Orch-Hit
127 sitar
65
0
SprnoSax
127 a.bass 1
66
0
Alto Sax
8
HyprAlto
127 a.bass 2
67
0
TnrSax 2
8
BrthTnSx
127 e.bass 1
68
0
Bari.Sax
127 e.bass 2
69
0
Oboe
127 slapbas1
70
0
Eng.Horn
127 slapbas2
71
0
Bassoon
127 fretles1
72
0
Clarinet
127 fretles2
73
0
Piccolo
127 flute1
74
0
Flute
127 flute2
75
0
Recorder
127 piccolo1
76
0
PanFlute
127 piccolo2
77
0
Bottle
127 recorder
78
0
Shakhchi
127 panpipes
79
0
Whistle
127 sax1
80
0
Ocarina
127 sax2
Element
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
Instrument
Group
Synth Lead
Synth Pad
Program Bank Voice Name
#
#
81
0
SquareLd
1
Square 2
2
Hollow
3
Mellow
4
SoloSine
5
Shmoog
6
LMSquare
8
SineLead
127 sax3
82
0
Saw.Lead
1
Saw 2
2
PulseSaw
3
ThickSaw
4
Big Lead
5
VeloLead
6
HeavySyn
7
DynaSaw
8
Dr. Lead
16
WaspySyn
127 sax4
83
0
CaliopLd
2
Pure Pad
127 clarint1
84
0
Chiff Ld
127 clarint2
85
0
CharanLd
8
DistLead
127 oboe
86
0
Voice Ld
127 eng.horn
87
0
Fifth Ld
1
Big Five
127 bassoon
88
0
Bass &Ld
1
Big&Low
2
Fat&Prky
127 harmnica
89
0
NewAgePd
1
Fantasy2
127 trumpet1
90
0
Warm Pad
1
ThickPad
2
Horn Pad
3
RotarStr
4
Soft Pad
127 trumpet2
91
0
PolySyPd
1
PolyPd80
127 trmbone1
92
0
ChoirPad
1
Heaven2
127 trmbone2
93
0
BowedPad
127 fr.horn1
94
0
MetalPad
1
Tine Pad
2
Pan Pad
127 fr.horn2
95
0
Halo Pad
127 tuba
96
0
SweepPad
1
PolarPad
8
Converge
9
Shwimmer
10
Celstial
127 brssect1
Element
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
Instrument
Group
Synth
Effects
Ethnic
Program Bank Voice Name
#
#
97
0
Rain
1
HrmoRain
2
AfrcnWnd
8
ClaviPad
127 brssect2
98
0
SoundTrk
1
Ancestrl
2
Prologue
127 vibe1
99
0
Crystal
1
SynMalet
2
SftCryst
3
RndGlock
4
LoudGlok
5
GlockChi
6
ClearBel
7
XmasBell
8
VibeBell
9
DigiBell
16
ChorBell
17
AirBells
18
BellHarp
19
Gamelmba
127 vibe2
100
0
Atmosphr
1
WarmAtms
2
NylnHarp
3
Harp Vox
4
HollwRls
5
NylonEP
6
AtmosPad
127 symallet
101
0
Bright
127 maletwin
102
0
Goblins
1
GobSyn
2
50sSciFi
127 glocken
103
0
Echoes
1
EchoBell
2
Echo Pan
3
EchoPad2
4
Big Pan
6
SynPiano
127 tubulbel
104
0
Sci-Fi
1
Starz
127 xylophon
105
0
Sitar
1
Sitar 2
2
DetSitar
8
Tambra
16
Tamboura
127 marimba
106
0
Banjo
1
MuteBnjo
8
Rabab
16
Gopichnt
24
Oud
127 koto
107
0
Shamisen
127 sho
108
0
Koto
8
T. Koto
16
Kanoon
127 shakhchi
109
0
Kalimba
127 whistle1
110
0
Bagpipe
127 whistle2
111
0
Fiddle
127 bottle
112
0
Shanai
1
Shanai2
8
Pungi
16
Hichriki
127 breath
Element
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
Instrument
Group
Percussive
Sound
Effects
Program Bank Voice Name
#
#
113
0
TnklBell
8
Bonang
9
Gender
10
Gamelan
11
S.Gamlan
16
Rama Cym
127 timpani
114
0
Agogo
127 melotom
115
0
SteelDrm
127 deepsnar
116
0
WoodBlok
8
Castanet
127 e.perc1
117
0
TaikoDrm
8
Gr.Cassa
127 e.perc2
118
0
MelodTom
1
Real Tom
8
Mel Tom2
9
Rock Tom
127 taiko
119
0
Syn.Drum
8
Ana Tom
9
ElecPerc
127 taikorim
120
0
RevCymbl
127 cymbal
121
0
FretNoiz
1
CuttngNz
2
Str Slap
3
CttngNz2
127 castanet
122
0
BrthNoiz
1
Fl.KClik
127 triangle
123
0
Seashore
1
Rain
2
Thunder
3
Wind
4
Stream
5
Bubble
127 orchehit
124
0
Tweet
1
Dog
2
Horse
3
Bird 2
127 telphone
125
0
Telphone
1
Tel.Dial
2
DoorSqek
3
DoorSlam
4
Scratch
5
WindChm
6
Scratch2
127 bird
126
0
Helicptr
1
CarEngin
2
Car Stop
3
Car Pass
4
CarCrash
5
Siren
6
Train
7
Jetplane
8
Starship
9
Burst
16
Coaster
127 jam
127
0
Applause
1
Laughing
2
Scream
3
Punch
4
Heart
5
FootStep
127 efctwatr
128
0
Gunshot
1
MchinGun
2
LaserGun
3
Xplosion
127 efctjngl
Element
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
MIDI Data Format
XG Drum Voice List
Bank Select MSB = Bank Number, LSB = 000
Drum kit names in bold typeface are those that can be selected in the Disklavier.
Bank
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
126
126
Program #
1
2
9
17
25
26
33
41
49
1
2
Standard Kit
Standard2 Kit
Room Kit
Rock Kit
Electro Kit
Analog Kit
Jazz Kit
Brush Kit
Classic Kit
SFX 1
SFX 2
Reverse Cymbal
Reverse Cymbal
Note#
Note
13
C#
-1
Key
3
Alternate
14
D
-1
3
15
D# -1
Hi Q
16
E
-1
Whip Slap
17
F
-1
4
18
F#
-1
4
19
G
-1
Finger Snap
20
G# -1
Click Noise
21
A
Metronome Click
22
A# -1
Metronome Bell
23
B
-1
Seq Click L
24
C
0
Seq Click H
25
C#
0
26
D
0
27
D# 0
28
E
29
F
30
F#
0
Castanet
31
G
0
Snare L
32
G# 0
Sticks
33
A
Bass Drum L
34
A# 0
Open Rim Shot
Open Rim Shot 2
35
B
0
Bass Drum M
Bass Drum M 2
36
C
1
Bass Drum H
Bass Drum H 2
37
C#
1
Side Stick
38
D
1
Snare M
39
D# 1
Hand Clap
40
E
1
Snare H
41
F
1
42
F#
1
43
G
1
44
G# 1
45
A
46
A# 1
47
B
1
Mid Tom L
Room Tom 4
Rock Tom 4
E Tom 4
48
C
2
Mid Tom H
Room Tom 5
Rock Tom 5
E Tom 5
49
C#
2
Crash Cymbal 1
50
D
2
High Tom
51
D# 2
Ride Cymbal 1
52
E
2
Chinese Cymbal
53
F
2
Ride Cymbal Cup
Tire Screech
54
F#
2
Tambourine
Car Passing
off
Surdo Open
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Brush Tap
O
Brush Swirl L
0
O
Brush Swirl H
0
O
Snare Roll
Brush Slap
0
Floor Tom L
1
1
2
Hi Q
Hi Q
SD Rock M
Snare M
SD Rock H
Bass Drum M
Bass Drum H 4
Bass Drum M
Bass Drum H 3
BD Rock
BD Analog L
BD Rock
BD Gate
BD Analog H
Brush Slap L
Bass Drum L2
Gran Cassa
BD Jazz
BD Soft
Gran Cassa Mute
Analog Side Stick
Snare M 2
SD Room L
SD Rock
SD Rock L
Analog Snare L
Brush Slap M
Marching Sn M
Snare H 2
SD Room H
SD Rock Rim
SD Rock H
Analog Snare H
Brush Tap H
Marching Sn H
Room Tom 1
Rock Tom 1
E Tom 1
Brush Tom 1
Jazz Tom 1
Guitar Cutting Noise
Dial Tone
Guitar Cutting Noise 2
Door Creaking
Door Slam
String Slap
Analog Tom 1
Jazz Tom 1
Room Tom 2
Rock Tom 2
E Tom 2
Room Tom 3
Rock Tom 3
E Tom 3
Analog Tom 2
Scratch
Scratch 2
Windchime
Analog HH Closed 1
Hi-Hat Pedal
Low Tom
1
Snare L 2
Hi-Hat Closed
Floor Tom H
1
Snare Roll 2
Telephone Ring2
Jazz Tom 2
Brush Tom 2
Jazz Tom 2
Jazz Tom 3
Brush Tom 3
Jazz Tom 3
Analog Tom 4
Jazz Tom 4
Brush Tom 4
Analog Tom 5
Jazz Tom 5
Brush Tom 5
Analog HH Closed 2
Hi-Hat Open
Analog Tom 3
Analog HH Open
Analog Cymbal
Room Tom 6
Rock Tom 6
E Tom 6
Analog Tom 6
Jazz Tom 4
Jazz Tom 5
Hand Cym.Open L
Jazz Tom 6
Brush Tom 6
Jazz Tom 6
Hand Cym.Closed L
FL.Key Click
Splash Cymbal
Engine Start
Crash
56
G# 2
Cowbell
57
A
Crash Cymbal 2
58
A# 2
Vibraslap
59
B
2
Ride Cymbal 2
60
C
3
Bongo H
Burst Noise
61
C#
3
Bongo L
Coaster
62
D
3
Conga H Mute
Analog Conga H
63
D# 3
Conga H Open
Analog Conga M
64
E
3
Conga L
Analog Conga L
65
F
3
Timbale H
66
F#
3
Timbale L
67
G
3
Agogo H
68
G# 3
Agogo L
69
A
Cabasa
70
A# 3
71
B
3
O
72
C
4
73
C#
4
74
D
4
75
D# 4
Claves
76
E
4
Wood Block H
77
F
4
Wood Block L
78
F#
4
Cuica Mute
Scratch Push
Scratch Push
79
G
4
Cuica Open
Scratch Pull
Scratch Pull
80
G# 4
2
Triangle Mute
81
A
2
Triangle Open
82
A# 4
Shaker
83
B
4
Jingle Bell
84
C
5
Bell Tree
85
C#
5
Horse Gallop
86
D
5
Bird 2
87
D# 5
88
E
5
89
F
5
90
F#
5
91
G
5
2
3
4
Analog Cowbell
Siren
Hand Cym.Open H
MIDI Data Format
G
-1
Surdo Mute
Appendix
55
assign
Train
Jetplane
Hand Cym.Closed H
Maracas
Analog Maracas
Starship
SbMarine
Rain
Laughing
Thunder
Screaming
Wind
Punch
Samba Whistle H
Stream
Heartbeat
O
Samba Whistle L
Bubble
Footsteps
O
Guiro Long
Guiro Short
Feed
Analog Claves
Dog
Machine Gun
Laser Gun
Explosion
FireWork
Ghost
Maou
: Same as Standard kit
: No sound
A-35
MIDI Data Format
TG300B Drum Voice List
Program #
Note# Note
Alternate
1
9
17
25
26
33
41
49
57
128
Standard Kit
Room Kit
Power Kit
Electro Kit
Analog Kit
Jazz Kit
Brush Kit
Orchestra Kit
SFX Set
C/M Kit
assign
0
Snare Roll
26
D
0
Finger Snap
27
25
D#
C#
0
Hi Q
Hi-Hat Closed
28
E
0
Whip Slap
Hi-Hat Pedal
29
F
0
7
Scratch Push
Hi-Hat Open
30
F#
0
7
Scratch Pull
Ride Cymbal 1
31
G
0
Sticks
32
G#
0
Click Noise
33
A
0
Metronome Click
34
A#
0
Metronome Bell
35
B
0
Bass Drum M
36
C
1
Bass Drum H
37
C#
1
Side Stick
38
D
1
Snare M
39
D#
1
Hand Clap
40
E
1
Snare H
41
F
1
Floor Tom L
42
F#
1
43
G
1
44
G#
1
45
A
1
46
A#
1
1
BD Jazz
BD Soft
SD Power
SD Electronic
Analog Snare L
Gran Cassa
Brush Tap
Concert SD
Brush Slap
Castanet
High-Q
Brush Swirl
Concert SD
Slap
Jazz Tom 1
Jazz Tom 1
Timpani F
Scratch Push
Timpani F#
Scratch Pull
Jazz Tom 2
Jazz Tom 2
SD Power
Room Tom 1
Room Tom 1
E Tom 1
Room Tom 2
Room Tom 2
E Tom 2
Analog Tom 1
Analog HH Closed 1
Analog Tom 2
Analog HH Closed 2
Room Tom 3
Room Tom 3
E Tom 3
Hi-Hat Open
Analog Tom 3
Jazz Tom 3
Jazz Tom 3
Analog HH Open
Timpani G
Sticks
Timpani G#
Square Click
Timpani A
Metronome Click
Timpani A#
Metronome Bell
47
B
1
Mid Tom L
Room Tom 4
Room Tom 4
E Tom 4
Analog Tom 4
Jazz Tom 4
Jazz Tom 4
Timpani B
Guitar Fret Noise
48
C
2
Mid Tom H
Room Tom 5
Room Tom 5
E Tom 5
Analog Tom 5
Jazz Tom 5
Jazz Tom 5
Timpani C
Guitar Cutting Down
Timpani C#
Guitar Cutting Up
Room Tom 6
Room Tom 6
E Tom 6
Jazz Tom 6
Jazz Tom 6
49
C#
2
Crash Cymbal 1
50
D
2
High Tom
51
D#
2
Ride Cymbal 1
52
E
2
Chinese Cymbal
53
F
2
Ride Cymbal Cup
54
F#
2
Tambourine
55
G
2
Splash Cymbal
56
G#
2
Cowbell
57
A
2
Crash Cymbal 2
58
A#
2
Vibraslap
59
B
2
Ride Cymbal 2
60
C
3
Bongo H
Analog Cymbal
Analog Tom 6
Reverse Cymbal
Timpani D
Ac Bass Slap
Timpani D#
FL.Key Click
Timpani E
Laughing
Timpani F
Screaming
Footsteps 2
Applause
Hand Cym.2
Door Creaking
Door Slam
3
Bongo L
D
3
Conga H Mute
Analog Conga H
Windchime
63
D#
3
Conga H Open
Analog Conga M
Scratch
Engine Start
Analog Conga L
64
E
3
Conga L
65
F
3
Timbale H
Car Passing
66
F#
3
Timbale L
Crash
67
G
3
Agogo H
Siren
68
G#
3
Agogo L
A
3
Cabasa
A#
3
Maracas
71
B
3
Tire Screech
Train
Jetplane
Analog Maracas
Helicopter
2
Samba Whistle H
Starship
72
C
2
Samba Whistle L
Gunshot
73
C#
4
3
Guiro Short
Machine Gun
74
D
4
3
Guiro Long
Laser Gun
D#
4
Hi-Hat Open 2
Footsteps 1
C#
69
Hi-Hat Open 1
Heartbeat
Hand Cym.1
61
70
SD Electro
Punch
Analog Cowbell
62
75
Analog Claves
Vibraslap
4
Claves
76
E
4
Wood Block H
Dog
Laughing
77
F
4
Wood Block L
Horse Gallop
Screaming
78
F#
4
4
Cuica Mute
Bird Tweet
Punch
79
G
4
4
Cuica Open
Rain
Explosion
Heartbeat
80
G#
4
5
Triangle Mute
Thunder
Footsteps 1
81
A
4
5
Triangle Open
Wind
Footsteps 2
82
A#
4
Shaker
Seashore
Applause
83
B
4
Jingle Bell
Stream
Door Creaking
84
C
5
Bell Tree
Bubble
Door Slam
85
C#
5
Castanet
Scratch
86
D
5
6
Surdo Mute
87
D#
5
6
Surdo Open
88
E
5
Windchime
89
F
5
Car Passing
90
F#
5
Crash
Engine Start
Applause
Tire Screech
91
G
5
Siren
92
G#
5
Train
93
A
5
Jetplain
94
A#
5
Helicopter
95
B
5
Starship
96
C
6
Gunshot
97
C#
6
Machine Gun
98
D
6
Laser Gun
99
D#
6
Explosion
100
E
6
Dog
101
F
6
Horse Gallop
102
F#
6
Bird Tweet
103
G
6
Rain
104
G#
6
Thunder
105
A
6
Wind
106
A#
6
Seashore
107
B
6
Stream
108
C
7
Bubble
: Same as Standard kit
: No sound
A-36
BD Analog H
Analog Side Stick
Hi-Hat Pedal
Low Tom
1
BD Electronic
Hi-Hat Closed
Floor Tom H
1
BD Jazz
BD Power
MIDI Data Format
Effect Type List
Effect Type
Description
Effect turned off.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a room.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a room.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a room.
Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument.
Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument.
Reverb simulating a metal plate reverb unit.
A unique short reverb with a bit of initial delay.
Simulation of a tunnel space expanding to left and right.
A bit of initial delay followed by reverb with a unique resonance.
NO EFFECT
CHORUS1
CHORUS2
CHORUS3
CHORUS4
CELESTE1
CELESTE2
CELESTE3
CELESTE4
FLANGER1
FLANGER2
FLANGER3
Effect turned off.
Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness.
Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness.
Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness.
Chorus with stereo input. The pan setting specified for the Part will also apply to the effect sound.
A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound.
A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound.
A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound.
Celeste with stereo input. The pan setting specified for the Part will also apply to the effect sound.
Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound.
Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound.
Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound.
NO EFFECT
HALL1
HALL2
ROOM1
ROOM2
ROOM3
STAGE1
STAGE2
PLATE
DELAY L, C, R
DELAY L, R
ECHO
CROSS DELAY
EARLY REF1
EARLY REF2
GATE REVERB
REVERSE GATE
KARAOKE 1
KARAOKE 2
KARAOKE 3
CHORUS1
CHORUS2
CHORUS3
CHORUS4
CELESTE1
CELESTE2
CELESTE3
CELESTE4
FLANGER1
FLANGER2
FLANGER3
SYMPHONIC
ROTARY SPEAKER
TREMOLO
AUTO PAN
PHASER1
PHASER2
DISTORTION
OVER DRIVE
AMP SIMULATOR
3BAND EQ (MONO)
2BAND EQ (STEREO)
AUTO WAH (LFO)
THRU
Effect turned off.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a room.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a room.
Reverb simulating the resonance of a room.
Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument.
Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument.
Reverb simulating a metal plate reverb unit.
A program that creates three delay sounds; L, R, and C (center).
A program that creates two delay sounds; L and R. Two feedback delays are provided.
Two delays (L and R) and independent feedback delays for L and R.
A program that crosses the feedback of two delays.
An effect that produces only the early reflection component of reverb.
An effect that produces only the early reflection component of reverb.
A simulation of gated reverb.
A program that simulates gated reverb played backwards.
A delay with feedback of the same types as used for karaoke reverb.
A delay with feedback of the same types as used for karaoke reverb.
A delay with feedback of the same types as used for karaoke reverb.
Conventional chorus program that add natural spaciousness.
Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness.
Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness.
Chorus with stereo input.
A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound.
A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound.
A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound.
Celeste with stereo input.
Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound.
Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound.
Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound.
A multi-phase version of CELESTE.
A simulation of a rotary speaker. You can use AC1 (assignable controller) etc. to control the speed of rotation.
An effect that cyclically modulates the volume.
A program that cyclically moves that sound image to left and right, front and back.
Cyclically changes the phase to add modulation to the sound.
Phaser with stereo input.
Adds a sharp-edged distortion to the sound.
Adds mild distortion to the sound.
A simulation of a guitar amp.
A mono EQ with adjustable LOW, MID, and HIGH equalizing.
A stereo EQ with adjustable LOW and HIGH. Ideal for drum Parts.
Cyclically modulates the center frequency of a wah filter. With an AC1 etc. this can function as a pedal wah.
Bypass without applying any effect.
MIDI Data Format
NO EFFECT
HALL1
HALL2
ROOM1
ROOM2
ROOM3
STAGE1
STAGE2
PLATE
WHITE ROOM
TUNNEL
BASEMENT
Appendix
Exclusive
MSB
LSB
REVERB
00
00
01
00
01
01
02
00
02
01
02
02
03
00
03
01
04
00
10
00
11
00
13
00
CHORUS
00
00
41
00
41
01
41
02
41
08
42
00
42
01
42
02
42
08
43
00
43
01
43
08
VARIATION
00
00
01
00
01
01
02
00
02
01
02
02
03
00
03
01
04
00
05
00
06
00
07
00
08
00
09
00
09
01
0A
00
0B
00
14
00
14
01
14
02
41
00
41
01
41
02
41
08
42
00
42
01
42
02
42
08
43
00
43
01
43
08
44
00
45
00
46
00
47
00
48
00
48
08
49
00
4A
00
4B
00
4C
00
4D
00
4E
00
40
00
* MSB, LSB is represented in hexadecimal.
* LCB=0 is the basic effect type.
A-37
MIDI Data Format
Effect Parameter List
No Parameter
Range
Value
HALL1, HALL2, ROOM 1, 2, 3, STAGE 1, 2, PLATE
1 Reverb Time
0.3~30.0s
0-69
2 Diffusion
0~10
0-10
3 Initial Delay
0~63
0-63
4 HPF Cutoff
Thru~8.0kHz
0-52
5 LPF Cutoff
1.0k~Thru
34-60
6
7
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63 1-127
11 Rev Delay
0~63
0-63
12 Density
0~3
0-3
13 Er/Rev Balance E63>R ~ E=R ~ E>R63 1-127
14
15 Feedback Level -63~+63
1-127
16
WHITE ROOM, TUNNEL, BASEMENT
1 Reverb Time
0.3~30.0s
0-69
2 Diffusion
0~10
0-10
3 Initial Delay
0~63
0-63
4 HPF Cutoff
Thru~8.0kHz
0-52
5 LPF Cutoff
1.0k~Thru
34-60
6 Width
0.5~10.2m
0-37
7 Height
0.5~20.2m
0-73
8 Depth
0.5~30.2m
0-104
9 Wall Vary
0~30
0-30
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63 1-127
11 Rev Delay
0~63
0-63
12 Density
0~3
0-3
13 Er/Rev Balance E63>R~E=R~E>R63
1-127
14
15 Feedback Level -63~+63
1-127
16
DELAY L, C, R
1 Lch Delay
0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
2 Rch Delay
0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
3 Cch Delay
0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
4 Feedback Delay 0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
5 Feedback Level -63~+63
1-127
6 Cch Level
0~127
0-127
7 High Damp
0.1~1.0
1-10
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63 1-127
11
12
13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
8-40
14 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
52-76
15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
28-58
16 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
52-76
DELAY L, R
1 Lch Delay
0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
2 Rch Delay
0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
3 Feedback Delay1 0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
4 Feedback Delay2 0.1~715.0ms
1-7150
5 Feedback Level -63~+63
1-127
6 High Damp
0.1~1.0
1-10
7
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63 1-127
11
12
13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
8-40
14 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
52-76
15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
28-58
16 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
52-76
See
Table
Control
table#4
table#5
table#3
table#3
•
table#5
table#4
table#5
table#3
table#3
table#11
table#11
table#11
•
table#5
•
table#3
table#3
•
table#3
table#3
No Parameter
ECHO
1 Lch Delay1
0.1~355.0ms
2 Lch Feedback Level -63~+63
3 Rch Delay1
0.1~355.0ms
4 Rch Feedback Level -63~+63
5 High Damp
0.1~1.0
6 Lch Delay2
0.1~355.0ms
7 Rch Delay2
0.1~355.0ms
8 Delay2 Level
0~127
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11
12
13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
14 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
16 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
CROSS DELAY
1 L->R Delay
0.1~355.0ms
2 R->L Delay
0.1~355.0ms
3 Feedback Level -63~+63
4 Input Select
L, R, L&R
5 High Damp
0.1~1.0
6
7
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11
12
13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
14 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
16 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
EARLY REF1, EARLY REF2
1 Type
S-H, L-H, Rdm, Rvs, Plt, Spr
2 Room Size
0.1~7.0
3 Diffusion
0~10
4 Initial Delay
0~63
5 Feedback Level -63~+63
6 HPF Cutoff
Thru~8.0kHz
7 LPF Cutoff
1.0k~Thru
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11 Liveness
0~10
12 Density
0~3
13 High Damp
0.1~1.0
14
15
16
GATE REVERB, REVERSE GATE
1 Type
TypeA, TypeB
2 Room Size
0.1~7.0
3 Diffusion
0~10
4 Initial Delay
0~63
5 Feedback Level -63~+63
6 HPF Cutoff
Thru~8.0kHz
7 LPF Cutoff
1.0k~Thru
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11 Liveness
0~10
12 Density
0~3
13 High Damp
0.1~1.0
14
15
16
•
: Can be controlled by AC1 (Assignable Controller 1)
No.*
: These numbers correspond to the Parameter Suffix numbers in <Table 1-3>
See Table** : Refer to “Effect Data Assign Table”
A-38
Range
Value
See
Table
Control
1-3350
1-127
1-3550
1-127
1-10
1-3550
1-3550
0-127
1-127
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
•
table#3
table#3
1-3550
1-3550
1-127
0-2
1-10
1-127
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
0-5
0-44
0-10
0-63
1-127
0-52
34-60
•
table#3
table#3
table#6
table#5
1-127
0-10
0-3
1-10
0-1
0-44
0-10
0-63
1-127
0-52
34-60
1-127
0-10
0-3
1-10
•
table#6
table#5
•
MIDI Data Format
No Parameter
Range
See
Table
0-127
1-127
0-52
34-60
table#7
1-127
Control
•
0-127
0-127
1-127
0-127
table#1
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
1-127
table#3
table#2
table#3
•
0-127
0-127
1-127
0-63
table#1
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
1-127
table#3
table#2
table#3
•
4-124
0-127
0-127
0-127
table#1
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
1-127
table#3
table#2
table#3
•
Range
ROTARY SPEAKER
1 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz
2 LFO Depth
0~127
3
4
5
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
9 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11
12
13
14
15
16
TREMOLO
1 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz
2 AM Depth
0~127
3 PM Depth
0~127
4
5
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
9 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
10
11
12
13
14
-180~+180deg
15 Input Mode
mono/stereo
16
AUTO PAN
1 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz
2 L/R Depth
0~127
3 F/R Depth
0~127
4 PAN Direction L<->R, L->R, L<-R,
Lturn, Rturn, L/R
5
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
9 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PHASER1, PHASER2
1 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz
2 LFO Depth
0~127
3 Phase Shift
0~127
4 Feedback Level -63~+63
5
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
9 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11 Stage
3~10
12 Diffusion
Mono/Stereo
13 LFO Phase Di
-180~+180deg
14
15
16
Value
See
Table
0-127
0-127
table#1
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
1-127
table#3
Control
•
table#3
0-127
0-127
0-127
table#1
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
table#3
•
table#3
4-124
0-1
0-127
0-127
0-127
table#1
•
MIDI Data Format
0-1
No Parameter
Appendix
KARAOKE 1, 2, 3
1 Delay Time
0~127
2 Feedback Level -63~+63
3 HPF Cutoff
Thru~8.0kHz
4 LPF Cutoff
1.0k~Thru
5
6
7
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11
12
13
14
15
16
CHORUS 1, 2, 3, 4, CELESTE 1, 2, 3, 4
1 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz
2 LFO PM Depth 0~127
3 Feedback Level -63~+63
4 Delay Offset
0~127
5
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
9 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11
12
13
14
15 Input Mode
mono/stereo
16
FLANGER 1, 2, 3
1 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz
2 LFO Depth
0~127
3 Feedback Level -63~+63
4 Delay Offset
0~63
5
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
9 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11
12
13
14 LFO Phase Difference -180~+180deg
15
16
SYMPHONIC
1 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz
2 LFO Depth
0~127
3 Delay Offset
0~127
4
5
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
9 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11
12
13
14
15
16
Value
0-5
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
table#3
table#3
0-127
0-127
0-127
1-127
table#1
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
1-127
3-10
0-1
4-124
table#3
table#3
•
•
: Can be controlled by AC1 (Assignable Controller 1)
No.*
: These numbers correspond to the Parameter Suffix numbers in <Table 1-3>
See Table** : Refer to “Effect Data Assign Table”
A-39
MIDI Data Format
No Parameter
Range
DISTORTION, OVERDRIVE
1 Drive
0~127
2 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
3 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
4 LPF Cutoff
1.0k~Thru
5 Output Level
0~127
6
7 EQ Mid Frequency 500Hz~10.0kHz
8 EQ Mid Gain
-12~+12dB
9 EQ Mid Width 1.0~12.0
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11 Edge (Clip Curve) 0~127
12
13
14
15
16
GUITAR AMP SIMULATOR
1 Drive
0~127
2 AMP Type
Off, Stack, Combo, Tube
3 LPF Cutoff
1.0k~Thru
4 Output Level
0~127
5
6
7
8
9
10 Dry/Wet
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
11 Edge (Clip Curve) 0~127
12
13
14
15
16
3-BAND EQ
1 EQ Low Gain
-12~+12dB
2 EQ Mid Frequency 500Hz~10.0kHz
3 EQ Mid Gain
-12~+12dB
4 EQ Mid Width 1.0~12.0
5 EQ High Gain
-12~+12dB
6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz
7 EQ High Frequency 500Hz~16.0kHz
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Value
0-127
8-40
52-76
34-60
0-127
See
Table
Control
•
table#3
table#3
28-54 table#3
52-76
10-120
1-127
0-127 mild ~sharp
0-127
0-3
34-60
0-127
1-127
0-127
•
table#3
mild ~sharp
No Parameter
2-BAND EQ
1 EQ Low Frequency
2 EQ Low Gain
3 EQ High Frequency
4 EQ High Gain
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 EQ Mid Frequency
12 EQ Mid Gain
13 EQ Mid Width
14
15
16
AUTO WAH
1 LFO Frequency
2 LFO Depth
3 Cutoff Frequency
4 Resonance
5
6 EQ Low Frequency
7 EQ Low Gain
8 EQ High Frequency
9 EQ High Gain
10 Dry/Wet
11
12
13
14
15
16
52-76
28-54 table#3
52-76
10-120
52-76
8-40
table#3
28-58 table#3
•
: Can be controlled by AC1 (Assignable Controller 1)
No.*
: These numbers correspond to the Parameter Suffix numbers in <Table 1-3>
See Table** : Refer to “Effect Data Assign Table”
A-40
Range
Value
See
Table
50Hz~2.0kHz
-12~+12dB
500Hz~16.0kHz
-12~+12dB
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
table#3
100Hz~10.0kHz
-12~+12dB
1.0~12.0
14-54 table#3
52-76
10-120
0.00~39.7Hz
0~127
0~127
1.0~12.0
0-127 table#1
0-127
0-127
10-120
50Hz~2.0kHz
-12~+12dB
500Hz~16.0kHz
-12~+12dB
D63>W~D=W~D<W63
8-40
52-76
28-58
52-76
1-127
Control
table#3
table#3
table#3
•
MIDI Data Format
Effect Data Assign Table
Table#2
Table#1
Value Data
1.81
86
1.85
87
1.89
88
1.94
89
1.98
90
2.02
91
2.06
92
2.10
93
2.15
94
2.19
95
2.23
96
2.27
97
2.31
98
2.36
99
2.40
100
2.44
101
2.48
102
2.52
103
2.57
104
2.61
105
2.65
106
2.69
107
2.78
108
2.86
109
2.94
110
3.03
111
3.11
112
3.20
113
3.28
114
3.37
115
3.45
116
3.53
117
3.62
118
3.70
119
3.87
120
4.04
121
4.21
122
4.37
123
4.54
124
4.71
125
4.88
126
5.05
127
5.22
Value
5.38
5.55
5.72
6.06
6.39
6.73
7.07
7.40
7.74
8.08
8.41
8.75
9.08
9.42
9.76
10.10
10.80
11.40
12.10
12.80
13.50
14.10
14.80
15.50
16.20
16.80
17.50
18.20
19.50
20.90
22.20
23.60
24.90
26.20
27.60
28.90
30.30
31.60
33.00
34.30
37.00
39.70
Table#5
Value Data
0.0
43
0.1
44
0.2
45
0.3
46
0.4
47
0.5
48
0.6
49
0.7
50
0.8
51
0.9
52
1.0
53
1.1
54
1.2
55
1.3
56
1.4
57
1.5
58
1.6
59
1.7
60
1.8
61
1.9
62
2.0
63
2.1
64
2.2
65
2.3
66
2.4
67
2.5
68
2.6
69
2.7
70
2.8
71
2.9
72
3.0
73
3.1
74
3.2
75
3.3
76
3.4
77
3.5
78
3.6
79
3.7
80
3.8
81
3.9
82
4.0
83
4.1
84
4.2
85
Value Data
4.3
86
4.4
87
4.5
88
4.6
89
4.7
90
4.8
91
4.9
92
5.0
93
5.1
94
5.2
95
5.3
96
5.4
97
5.5
98
5.6
99
5.7
100
5.8
101
5.9
102
6.0
103
6.1
104
6.2
105
6.3
106
6.4
107
6.5
108
6.6
109
6.7
110
6.8
111
6.9
112
7.0
113
7.1
114
7.2
115
7.3
116
7.4
117
7.5
118
7.6
119
7.7
120
7.8
121
7.9
122
8.0
123
8.1
124
8.2
125
8.3
126
8.4
127
8.5
Table#6
Delay Time (ms)
Data Value Data
0
0.1
43
1
1.7
44
2
3.2
45
3
4.8
46
4
6.4
47
5
8.0
48
6
9.5
49
7 11.1
50
8 12.7
51
9 14.3
52
10 15.8
53
11 17.4
54
12 19.0
55
13 20.6
56
14 22.1
57
15 23.7
58
16 25.3
59
17 26.9
60
18 28.4
61
19 30.0
62
20 31.6
63
21 33.2
64
22 34.7
65
23 36.3
66
24 37.9
67
25 39.5
68
26 41.0
69
27 42.6
70
28 44.2
71
29 45.7
72
30 47.3
73
31 48.9
74
32 50.5
75
33 52.0
76
34 53.6
77
35 55.2
78
36 56.8
79
37 58.3
80
38 59.9
81
39 61.5
82
40 63.1
83
41 64.6
84
42 66.2
85
Data
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Room Size (m)
Value Data
67.8
86
69.4
87
70.9
88
72.5
89
74.1
90
75.7
91
77.2
92
78.8
93
80.4
94
81.9
95
83.5
96
85.1
97
86.7
98
88.2
99
89.8
100
91.4
101
93.0
102
94.5
103
96.1
104
97.7
105
99.3
106
100.8
107
102.4
108
104.0
109
105.6
110
107.1
111
108.7
112
110.3
113
111.9
114
113.4
115
115.0
116
116.6
117
118.2
118
119.7
119
121.3
120
122.9
121
124.4
122
126.0
123
127.6
124
129.2
125
130.7
126
132.3
127
133.9
Value
135.5
137.0
138.6
140.2
141.8
143.3
144.9
146.5
148.1
149.6
151.2
152.8
154.4
155.9
157.5
159.1
160.6
162.2
163.8
165.4
166.9
168.5
170.1
171.7
173.2
174.8
176.4
178.0
179.5
181.1
182.7
184.3
185.8
187.4
189.0
190.6
192.1
193.7
195.3
196.9
198.4
200.0
Data Value Data Value
0
0.1
43
6.8
1
0.3
44
7.0
2
0.4
3
0.6
4
0.7
5
0.9
6
1.0
7
1.2
8
1.4
9
1.5
10
1.7
11
1.8
12
2.0
13
2.1
14
2.3
15
2.5
16
2.6
17
2.8
18
2.9
19
3.1
20
3.2
21
3.4
22
3.5
23
3.7
24
3.9
25
4.0
26
4.2
27
4.3
28
4.5
29
4.6
30
4.8
31
5.0
32
5.1
33
5.3
34
5.4
35
5.6
36
5.7
37
5.9
38
6.1
39
6.2
40
6.4
41
6.5
42
6.7
Value
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
10.0
11.1
12.2
13.3
14.4
15.5
17.1
18.6
20.2
21.8
23.3
24.9
26.5
28.0
29.6
31.2
32.8
34.3
35.9
37.5
39.0
40.6
42.2
43.7
45.3
46.9
48.4
50.0
Data
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Value
THRU(20)
22
25
28
32
36
40
45
50
56
63
70
80
90
100
110
125
140
160
180
200
225
250
280
315
355
400
450
500
560
630
700
800
900
1.0k
1.1k
1.2k
1.4k
1.6k
1.8k
2.0k
2.2k
2.5k
Data
Value
43
2.8k
44
3.2k
45
3.6k
46
4.0k
47
4.5k
48
5.0k
49
5.6k
50
6.3k
51
7.0k
52
8.0k
53
9.0k
54
10.0k
55
11.0k
56
12.0k
57
14.0k
58
16.0k
59
18.0k
60 THRU(20.0k)
Table#8
Table#7
Reverb Width; Depth; Height
Delay Time (ms)
Data
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Value Data
0.1
43
3.2
44
6.4
45
9.5
46
12.7
47
15.8
48
19.0
49
22.1
50
25.3
51
28.4
52
31.6
53
34.7
54
37.9
55
41.0
56
44.2
57
47.3
58
50.5
59
53.6
60
56.8
61
59.9
62
63.1
63
66.2
64
69.4
65
72.5
66
75.7
67
78.8
68
82.0
69
85.1
70
88.3
71
91.4
72
94.6
73
97.7
74
100.9
75
104.0
76
107.2
77
110.3
78
113.5
79
116.6
80
119.8
81
122.9
82
126.1
83
129.2
84
132.4
85
Data Value Data Value
0
0.3
43
4.6
1
0.4
44
4.7
2
0.5
45
4.8
3
0.6
46
4.9
4
0.7
47
5.0
5
0.8
48
5.5
6
0.9
49
6.0
7
1.0
50
6.5
8
1.1
51
7.0
9
1.2
52
7.5
10
1.3
53
8.0
11
1.4
54
8.5
12
1.5
55
9.0
13
1.6
56
9.5
14
1.7
57 10.0
15
1.8
58 11.0
16
1.9
59 12.0
17
2.0
60 13.0
18
2.1
61 14.0
19
2.2
62 15.0
20
2.3
63 16.0
21
2.4
64 17.0
22
2.5
65 18.0
23
2.6
66 19.0
24
2.7
67 20.0
25
2.8
68 25.0
26
2.9
69 30.0
27
3.0
28
3.1
29
3.2
30
3.3
31
3.4
32
3.5
33
3.6
34
3.7
35
3.8
36
3.9
37
4.0
38
4.1
39
4.2
40
4.3
41
4.4
42
4.5
MIDI Data Format
Value Data
0.00
43
0.04
44
0.08
45
0.13
46
0.17
47
0.21
48
0.25
49
0.29
50
0.34
51
0.38
52
0.42
53
0.46
54
0.51
55
0.55
56
0.59
57
0.63
58
0.67
59
0.72
60
0.76
61
0.80
62
0.84
63
0.88
64
0.93
65
0.97
66
1.01
67
1.05
68
1.09
69
1.14
70
1.18
71
1.22
72
1.26
73
1.30
74
1.35
75
1.39
76
1.43
77
1.47
78
1.51
79
1.56
80
1.60
81
1.64
82
1.68
83
1.72
84
1.77
85
Reverb Time (ms)
EQ Frequency (Hz)
Appendix
Data
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Table#4
Table#3
Modulation Delay Offset (ms)
LFO Frequency (Hz)
Value Data
135.5
86
138.6
87
141.8
88
144.9
89
148.1
90
151.2
91
154.4
92
157.5
93
160.7
94
163.8
95
167.0
96
170.1
97
173.3
98
176.4
99
179.6
100
182.7
101
185.9
102
189.0
103
192.2
104
195.3
105
198.5
106
201.6
107
204.8
108
207.9
109
211.1
110
214.2
111
217.4
112
220.5
113
223.7
114
226.8
115
230.0
116
233.1
117
236.3
118
239.4
119
242.6
120
245.7
121
248.9
122
252.0
123
255.2
124
258.3
125
261.5
126
264.6
127
267.7
Value
270.9
274.0
277.2
280.3
283.5
286.6
289.8
292.9
296.1
299.2
302.4
305.5
308.7
311.8
315.0
318.1
321.3
324.4
327.6
330.7
333.9
337.0
340.2
343.3
346.5
349.6
352.8
355.9
359.1
362.2
365.4
368.5
371.7
374.8
378.0
381.1
384.3
387.4
390.6
393.7
396.9
400.0
Data Value Data Value Data Value
0
0.5
43 11.8
86 24.2
1
0.8
44 12.1
87 24.5
2
1.0
45 12.3
88 24.9
3
1.3
46 12.6
89 25.2
4
1.5
47 12.9
90 25.5
5
1.8
48 13.1
91 25.8
6
2.0
49 13.4
92 26.1
7
2.3
50 13.7
93 26.5
8
2.6
51 14.0
94 26.8
9
2.8
52 14.2
95 27.1
10
3.1
53 14.5
96 27.5
11
3.3
54 14.8
97 27.8
12
3.6
55 15.1
98 28.1
13
3.9
56 15.4
99 28.5
14
4.1
57 15.6
100 28.8
15
4.4
58 15.9
101 29.2
16
4.6
59 16.2
102 29.5
17
4.9
60 16.5
103 29.9
18
5.2
61 16.8
104 30.2
19
5.4
62 17.1
20
5.7
63 17.3
21
5.9
64 17.6
22
6.2
65 17.9
23
6.5
66 18.2
24
6.7
67 18.5
25
7.0
68 18.8
26
7.2
69 19.1
27
7.5
70 19.4
28
7.8
71 19.7
29
8.0
72 20.0
30
8.3
73 20.2
31
8.6
74 20.5
32
8.8
75 20.8
33
9.1
76 21.1
34
9.4
77 21.4
35
9.6
78 21.7
36
9.9
79 22.0
37 10.2
80 22.4
38 10.4
81 22.7
39 10.7
82 23.0
40 11.0
83 23.3
41 11.2
84 23.6
42 11.5
85 23.9
A-41
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
Yamaha Disklavier Control Unit
Model: DKC-850
Date: 18-Mar-2011
Version: 3.10
Function...
Transmitted
Recognized
Basic
Default
1-16
1-16
Channel
Changed
1-16
1-16
Default
3
3
Mode
Messages
×
3, 4 (m=1)
Altered
****************
×
0-127
0-127
: True voice
****************
0-127
Note
Number
Velocity
Note ON
9nH, v=1-127
Note OFF
8nH, v=0-127
After
Key’s
Touch
Ch’s
Pitch Bend
Remarks
Memorized
*2, *3
v=1-127
*5
×
*1, *2
×
0-24 semi
*1, *2
0, 32
*1, *2
7, 11
*1
1, 5, 10
×
*1, *2
6, 38
×
*2
×
*2
Portament
*2
Sostenuto
Data Entry
64
Control
65
Hold1 (Sustain)
66
Change
*4
67
Soft (Shift) Pedal
71-74, 84
×
*2
91, 93, 94
×
*2
96-101
×
Prog
Change
Bank Select
*1,*2
0-127
: True #
Effect Depth
0-127
*2
****************
System Exclusive
: Song Pos
Common
×
×
: Song Sel
×
×
: Tune
×
×
System
: Clock
×
×
Real Time
: Commands
×
×
Aux
: All Sound OFF
(120, 126, 127)
: Reset All Cntrls
×
: Local ON/OFF
×
(121)
: All Notes OFF
Messages
: Reset
Notes
(123-125)
: Active Sense
×
×
*5 = Applying further pressure on the key does not output
*1 = Received (transmitted) if switch is on.
key aftertouch information. Instead, key position is
*2 = Only ESBL Part can be recognized.
transmitted as additional information.
*3 = m is always treated as 1 regardless of its
value.
*4 = Transmit if this model has a Sostenuto Pedal.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON. POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF. POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON. MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF. MONO
×
: YES
: NO
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