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Data List
Contents
Performance List .............................................. 2
Piano Block ...................................................... 4
Modulation Effect Block.................................... 6
Power-Amplifier/Compressor Block .................. 8
Reverb Block .................................................... 9
MIDI Data Format .......................................... 10
MIDI Data Table .............................................. 13
MIDI Implementation Chart............................ 19
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Performance List
Bank
Number
PRE A
001
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE A
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
PRE B
2
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
CP1 Data List
Performance
Name
CF Grand
S6 Grand
CF Rock
S6 Lounge
Lush Piano
CF Chorus
CF Comp
TheOldPno
CP80Studio
CP80 Live
CP80Chorus
CP Blend
DXEP 1
DXEP 2
DXEP 3
DXEP 4
Case 71
Case 73
Case 75
Case 78
71 Tremolo
Simple 73
Phase 75
Chorus 78
Dyno Live
DynoChorus
West Coast
Dist Drive
Groove 69
Part
Piano Type
Modulation
Power Amp
1
CF 3Band
D Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
DXEP 2
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
S6 2Band
Small Phaser
VCM Compressor 376
2
Dyno
D Chorus
Clean Amp
1
CF 2Band
D Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
DXEP 2
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
S6 3Band
Small Phaser
VCM Compressor 376
2
DXEP 2
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
CF 3Band
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
2
73Rd I
Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
1
CF 3Band
Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
DXEP 2
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
CF 3Band
Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
CP80
Chorus
Clean Amp
1
CF 3Band
Pedal Wah
VCM Compressor 376
2
S6 3Band
Pedal Wah
VCM Compressor 376
1
CP80
D Chorus
Clean Amp
2
DXEP 1
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
CP88
D Chorus
Clean Amp
2
DXEP 2
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
CP80
D Chorus
Clean Amp
2
DXEP 2
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
CF 3Band
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
2
CP88
816Chorus
Clean Amp
1
DXEP 1
816Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
CF 3Band
Symphonic
Clean Amp
1
DXEP 2
D Chorus
Clean Amp
2
CF 3Band
Symphonic
Clean Amp
1
DXEP 3
816Chorus
Clean Amp
2
CF 3Band
Symphonic
Clean Amp
1
DXEP 4
816Chorus
Clean Amp
2
CF 3Band
Symphonic
Clean Amp
1
71Rd I
MAX100
Power Amp 71Rd I
2
75Rd I
MAX100
Power Amp 71Rd I
1
73Rd I
Small Phaser
Power Amp 73Rd I
2
75Rd I
D Chorus
Clean Amp
1
75Rd I
Small Phaser
Power Amp 75Rd I
2
CP80
Touch Wah
Clean Amp
1
78Rd II
MAX90
Power Amp 78Rd II
2
75Rd I
Flanger
Power Amp 78Rd II
1
71Rd I
MAX90
Power Amp 71Rd I
2
CP88
Touch Wah
VCM Compressor 376
1
73Rd I
Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
69Wr
D Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
1
75Rd I
MAX90
Clean Amp
2
CP80
MAX100
Power Amp 78Rd II
1
78Rd II
D Chorus
Power Amp 75Rd I
2
DXEP 4
816Chorus
Clean Amp
1
Dyno
D Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
DXEP 4
Symphonic
Clean Amp
1
Dyno
Symphonic
Power Amp 78Rd II
2
CF 3Band
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
78Rd II
Flanger
Clean Amp
2
Dyno
Symphonic
VCM Compressor 376
1
73Rd I
D Chorus
Power Amp 75Rd I
2
75Rd I
Small Phaser
Power Amp 73Rd I
1
69Wr
816Chorus
Power Amp 75Rd I
2
75Rd I
D Chorus
Power Amp 69Wr
Reverb
Description
Rich Hall
A natural piano sound sampled from the CFIIIS and well suited
to a wide range of playing situations and practically every style
of music.
Rich Room
A woody, warm piano sound sampled from the S6B and ideal for
intricate melodies.
Rich Room
A bright, clear piano sound perfect for playing rock and pop.
Rich Plate
A beautiful, sustained S6B sound producing a rich ambiance
even when very few notes are played.
Rich Hall
Allowing the richness of the CFIIIS to shine, this piano sound is
highly effective when used in ballads and solo performances.
Rich Hall
A piano sound with chorus added to better suit playing backing
for singers or playing as part of an ensemble.
Rich Room
A rock-type piano sound with compression applied to realize a
level of power rivaling that of the electric guitar.
Room1
A nostalgic-sounding piano ideal for use in genres such as
honky tonk and ragtime.
Stage2
A faithful recreation of the sound of a studio-recorded CP80.
Stage1
A CP80 sound of the type frequently heard in live situations.
Rich Room
A CP80 sound with chorus applied to better suit longer, sparser
tones.
Rich Plate
A totally new, chorus-type piano sound with a unique character
that sets it apart from both grand pianos and the CP80.
Stage2
An stunning recreation of the Fulltine voice of the DX7 II, so
enriched by the 816Chorus that you could be forgiven for
thinking that you are actually playing a TX816.
Stage2
A rich sound similar to DXEP 1 but having a more refined tone.
Rich Room
A DX electric piano sound with characteristic metal attack
allowing it to stand out within an ensemble.
Rich Room
A next-generation DX electric piano sound with a well balanced
attack for versatility in many different playing situations.
Rich Plate
A recreation of the oldest of Rd I piano sounds with the
distinctive warmth of felt hammers.
Rich Plate
The classic full sound of the 1973 Rd I electric piano.
Rich Plate
A stunning recreation of the clear, well-balanced, vintage sound
of later-stage Rd I pianos.
Rich Plate
A bright, dynamic electric piano sound characteristic of the Rd
II.
Rich Plate
A 71Rd I piano sound with tremolo and a relatively high level of
amplifier drive giving rise to exquisite distortion as the tone is
modulated.
Rich Plate
The sound of a compressed 73Rd I electric piano, output as a
line signal without passing through the speakers.
Rich Plate
One of the most recognizable and widely used sounds of the
Rd series, achieved by using a phaser in combination with the
75Rd I.
Rich Plate
A bright piano sound combining the 78Rd II and the chorus
effect that suits it so well.
Rich Plate
The clear, metallic sound produced by the classic combination
of Rd II piano and Dyno amp.
Rich Room
A Dyno-type electric piano sound and the type of chorus effect
with which it is so well matched.
Rich Plate
A classic sound put to great use in the West Coast pop of the
eighties.
Rich Plate
A thick Rd I sound with distinctive amplifier-driven distortion.
Rich Plate
This early-type Wr piano sound is perfectly suited to R&B and
other funky performances, and in addition, its pick-up settings
can be changed to great effect.
Performance List
Bank
Number
PRE B
014
PRE B
PRE B
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
PRE C
015
016
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
Performance
Name
Loud 6x9s
Fat Wurli
77 Tremolo
APmeetsDX
ChimeStack
CPDXHybrid
Ultra Warm
MyCF&Dyno
CP Backed
CF75 AsOne
Film Blend
Bell Tines
High Tines
FunkyWurli
8va Latin
75Phase/S6
WahLead/75
Jazz Split
What a CP!
Part
Piano Type
Modulation
Power Amp
1
77Wr
MAX90
Power Amp 77Wr
2
73Rd I
Small Phaser
Power Amp 77Wr
1
69Wr
D Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
DXEP 2
Symphonic
Clean Amp
1
77Wr
816Chorus
Power Amp 77Wr
2
CF 3Band
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
1
CF 3Band
D Chorus
Clean Amp
2
DXEP 1
Symphonic
Power Amp 78Rd II
1
S6 3Band
D Chorus
Clean Amp
2
DXEP 3
Symphonic
VCM Compressor 376
1
CP88
816Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
DXEP 4
Chorus
Power Amp 69Wr
1
CF 3Band
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
2
DXEP 3
816Chorus
Power Amp 73Rd I
1
CF 3Band
D Chorus
Clean Amp
2
Dyno
Symphonic
Power Amp 78Rd II
1
CP80
Symphonic
VCM Compressor 376
2
Dyno
Symphonic
Power Amp 78Rd II
1
75Rd I
Small Phaser
VCM Compressor 376
2
CF 3Band
D Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
1
S6 3Band
Symphonic
VCM Compressor 376
2
78Rd II
D Chorus
Power Amp 78Rd II
1
Dyno
Symphonic
Power Amp 78Rd II
2
DXEP 1
D Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
1
75Rd I
Chorus
Power Amp 75Rd I
2
DXEP 1
816Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
1
77Wr
Touch Wah
Power Amp 77Wr
2
DXEP 3
Touch Wah
VCM Compressor 376
1
CF 3Band
816Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
2
S6 3Band
Chorus
VCM Compressor 376
1
75Rd I
MAX90
Power Amp 75Rd I
2
S6 3Band
D Chorus
Clean Amp
1
75Rd I
Touch Wah
Power Amp 75Rd I
2
75Rd I
Touch Wah
Power Amp 78Rd II
1
71Rd I
Flanger
VCM Compressor 376
2
CF 3Band
D Chorus
Clean Amp
1
CF 3Band
Small Phaser
Clean Amp
2
75Rd I
Small Phaser
Power Amp 75Rd I
Reverb
Description
Woody Room
A latter-type Wr electric piano sound featuring amplifier-driven
distortion for extra loudness.
Rich Room
A thick, heavy electric piano sound with fast attack produced
using a compressor.
Woody Room
Featuring a tremolo effect, this latter-type Wr electric piano
sound is thicker, richer, and more powerful than those produced
by earlier models.
Rich Plate
A layered sound recreating the popular, perfectly-matched
combination of CFIIIS acoustic piano and DX electric piano.
Rich Plate
A rich sound achieved by combining the woody tones of the S6
3Band and the metallic attack of the DXEP3 so as to perfectly
complement each other.
Rich Plate
This thick tone blends the warmth of the CP80 with the electric
piano sound of the DX.
Rich Plate
With the Attack Timbre (AtkTimbr) parameter of a DXEP3 part
set to “Soft2” so that it bridges the gaps behind a CF 3Band
part, this layered sound can be played in much the same way as
a pad.
Rich Plate
A sound recreating the combination of electric and acoustic
pianos adopted as standard for ballads, pop, and many other
genres prior to the arrival of the DX electric piano.
Rich Room
A CP80 sound with emphasized attack and Dyno-type nuances.
Rich Plate
A layered tone combining a CFIIIS acoustic piano and a 75Rd I
electric piano featuring a phaser effect to effortlessly reproduce
the famous sound of the seventies and eighties that, at the time,
could only be achieved through overdubbing.
Rich Plate
A grand, dreamlike layered sound reminiscent of movie
soundtracks.
Woody Room
A glittering sound achieved by layering a DX electric piano over
the distinctive metallic tones of a Dyno piano.
Rich Hall
Featuring a DX electric piano layered over an Rd I piano, this
sound delivers tones with a wide-ranging attack feel.
Rich Plate
A layered sound combining a Wr piano ideal for rhythmical,
paradiddle-type playing with a DX electric piano featuring a wah
effect.
Room2
Perfect for playing Latin-type phrases, this sound combines a
pair of acoustic pianos offset by an octave with respect to each
other.
Rich Hall
A split sound allowing grand piano solos to be played with Rd
piano backing.
Room1
This split sound features an Rd piano combined with a wah
effect for playing in the same way as a synth lead.
Rich Plate
Another split sound, this time with a 71Rd I piano setup for
playing of bass tones.
Rich Plate
Prepared specially for the demo song “What a CP!”, this piano
sound has KbdMode set to “zone” for highly effective duo
performances.
: Parts turned off by default.
CP1 Data List
3
Piano Block
Piano Type List
No.
Type name
CF 3Band
5
Volume
2
CF 2Band
6
---
3
S6 3Band
7
---
4
S6 2Band
8
---
5
CP80
9
---
6
CP88
10
---
7
71Rd I
11
---
8
73Rd I
12
---
9
75Rd I
13
---
10
78Rd II
14
---
11
Dyno
15
Input Gain
12
69Wr
16
---
13
77Wr
14
DXEP 1
15
DXEP 2
16
DXEP 3
17
DXEP 4
No.
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
28 – 72
Parameter
Range
Value
Decay (Decay Time)
1
Decay (Decay Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
3
Key-off (Key-off Noise Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
4
---
5
Hammer (Hammer Stiffness)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal, Hard1,
or Hard2
62 – 66
0 – 50
Pre-amplifier Parameters
Parameter
Range
Value
Piano Type Parameters
1
Value
0 – 127
Piano Type Parameters
[1] CF 3Band, [3] S6 3Band
No.
Range
0 – 127
[5] CP80, [6] CP88
Piano Type & Pre-Amplifier Parameter List
1
Bass
0 – 10.0
2
Middle
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
-16 – +16
0 – 127
3
Treble
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
4
Brilliance
Low, Medium, High
0–2
3
Key-off (Key-off Noise Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
5
Volume
0 – 127
0 – 127
4
DampReso
(Damper Resonance Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
6
---
7
---
Hammer (Hammer Stiffness)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal, Hard1,
Hard2
8
---
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
28 – 72
5
62 – 66
Pre-amplifier Parameters
1
Bass
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
2
Mid Freq
100.0Hz – 18.0kHz
32 – 122
3
Mid
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
4
Treble
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
5
Volume
0 – 127
0 – 127
6
---
7
---
8
---
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
No.
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
Input Gain
16
---
No.
Parameter
Range
Value
Piano Type Parameters
Input Gain
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
28 – 72
Parameter
Range
Decay (Decay Time)
1
Decay (Decay Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
3
Key-off (Key-off Noise Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
4
StrkPos (Striking Position)
Top3 to Top1, Default, or
Rear1 to Rear3
61 – 67
5
Hammer (Hammer Stiffness)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal,
Hard1, or Hard2
62 – 66
Value
Pre-amplifier Parameters
Piano Type Parameters
1
9
[7] 71Rd I, [8] 73Rd I, [9] 75Rd I
[2] CF 2Band, [4] S6 2Band
-16 – +16
0 – 127
1
Bass
-10.0 – +10.0
0 – 50
Treble
-10.0 – +10.0
0 – 50
0 – 50
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
2
3
Key-off (Key-off Noise Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
3
Vibrato Depth
0 – 10.0
4
DampReso
(Damper Resonance Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
4
Vibrato Speed
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
5
Volume
0 – 127
0 – 127
Hammer (Hammer Stiffness)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal, Hard1,
or Hard2
6
---
7
---
5
62 – 66
Pre-amplifier Parameters
4
Parameter
1
1
Peak1 Freq
63.0Hz – 2.8kHz
24 – 90
8
---
2
Peak1 Gain
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
9
---
3
Peak2 Freq
400.0Hz – 18.0kHz
56 – 122
10
---
4
Peak2 Gain
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
11
---
CP1 Data List
Piano Block
No.
Parameter
Range
Value
---
13
---
14
---
15
Input Gain
16
---
Parameter
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
Parameter
28 – 72
Range
Value
Piano Type Parameters
1
Decay (Decay Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
3
Key-off (Key-off Noise Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
4
StrkPos (Striking Position)
Top3 to Top1, Default, or
Rear1 to Rear3
61 – 67
5
Hammer (Hammer Stiffness)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal, Hard1,
or Hard2
62 – 66
Pre-amplifier Parameters
Decay (Decay Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
3
Key-off (Key-off Noise Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
4
StrkPos (Striking Position)
Top3 to Top1, Default, or
Rear1 to Rear3
61 – 67
5
Hammer (Hammer Stiffness)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal, Hard1,
or Hard2
62 – 66
Pre-amplifier Parameters
1
Bass
-10.0 – +10.0
0 – 50
2
Mid Boost
0.0 – +10.0
0 – 50
3
Treble
-10.0 – +10.0
0 – 50
4
Vibrato Depth
0-10.0
0 – 50
5
Volume
0 – 127
0 – 127
6
---
7
---
8
---
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
28 – 72
Bass
-10.0 – +10.0
0 – 50
9
---
2
Treble
-10.0 – +10.0
0 – 50
10
---
3
Vibrato Depth
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
11
---
4
Vibrato Speed
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
12
---
5
Volume
0 – 127
0 – 127
13
---
6
---
14
---
7
---
15
Input Gain
8
---
16
---
9
-----
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
Input Gain
16
---
[14] DXEP 1, [15] DXEP 2, [16] DXEP 3, [17] DXEP 4
No.
Parameter
Range
Value
Piano Type Parameters
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
28 – 72
[11] Dyno
No.
Value
1
1
10
Range
Piano Type Parameters
[10] 78Rd II
No.
[12] 69Wr, [13] 77Wr
No.
12
Parameter
Range
Value
1
Decay (Decay Time)
-16 – +16
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
0 – 127
3
Rls Tone (Release Tone)
0 – 16
64 – 80
4
AtkTimbr (Attack Timbre)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal, Hard1,
or Hard2
62 – 66
5
OscDetun (Oscillator Detune)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
40 – 88
Pre-amplifier Parameters
1
Low
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
1
Decay (Decay Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
2
Low Middle
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
2
Release (Release Time)
-16 – +16
0 – 127
3
High Middle
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
3
Key-off (Key-off Noise Level)
-16 – +16
48 – 80
4
High
-12.0dB – +12.0dB
40 – 88
4
StrkPos (Striking Position)
Top3 to Top1, Default, or
Rear1 to Rear3
61 – 67
5
Volume
0 – 127
0 – 127
6
---
5
Hammer (Hammer Stiffness)
Soft2, Soft1, Normal, Hard1,
or Hard2
62 – 66
7
---
8
---
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
28 – 72
Piano Type Parameters
Pre-amplifier Parameters
1
Bass Boost
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
2
Normal
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
3
Overtone
0 – 10.0
0 – 50
4
---
5
Volume
6
---
7
---
8
---
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
Input Gain
16
---
0 – 127
-18.0dB – +4.0dB
0 – 127
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
Input Gain
16
---
28 – 72
CP1 Data List
5
Modulation Effect Block
Modulation Effect Type List
Type name
[3] MAX100
Type (HEX)
MSB
LSB
No.
1
SmallPha (Small Phaser)
20
00
1
Speed
0.100Hz – 10.000Hz
0 – 127
2
Max90
21
00
2
Mode
1, 2, 3, 4
0–3
3
Max100
22
00
3
---
4
Flanger
23
00
4
---
5
TouchWah (Touch Wah)
24
00
5
---
6
PedalWah (Pedal Wah)
25
00
6
---
7
Chorus
26
00
7
---
8
D Chorus
27
00
8
---
9
816Cho (816Chorus)
28
00
9
---
10
Sympho (Symphonic)
29
00
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
---
16
---
Modulation Effect Parameter List
[1] SmallPha (Small Phaser)
No.
1
Parameter
Rate
Range
Value
0.092Hz – 16.270Hz
(when Color is set to “0.”)
0.06Hz – 11.07Hz
(when Color is set to “1.”)
0 – 127
Range
Value

No.
Parameter
1
Speed
Range
Value
0.040Hz – 10.00Hz
0 – 235
Color
0, 1
0–1
2
Manual
0 – 127
0 – 127
3
Drive
0 – 42
0 – 42
3
Depth
0 – 127
0 – 127
4
---
4
Feedback
0 – 127
0 – 127
5
---
5
---
6
---
6
---
7
---
7
Mix
0 – 127
0 – 127
8
---
8
---
9
---
9
---
10
---
10
---
11
---
11
---
12
---
12
---
13
---
13
---
13
---
14
---
15
---
15
---
16
---
16
---
Control

[5] TouchWah (Touch Wah)
Parameter
Range
Value
Control
No.

1
Sensitivity
0 – 127
0 – 127
0–1
2
Bottom
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
3
Top
0 – 127
0 – 127
4
Resonance Offset
-12.0 – +12.0
40 – 88
---
5
---
6
---
6
---
7
---
7
Drive
0.0dB – +40.0dB
0 – 80
8
---
8
---
1
Speed
0.100Hz – 10.000Hz
0 – 127
2
Type
1, 2
3
Drive
0 – 127
4
---
5
Parameter
9
---
9
---
10
---
10
---
11
---
11
---
12
---
12
---
13
---
13
---
14
---
14
---
15
---
15
---
16
---
16
---
CP1 Data List

[4] Flanger
2
No.
Control
Control
[2] MAX90
6
Parameter
Range
Value
Control

Modulation Effect Block
[6] PedalWah (Pedal Wah)
No.
Parameter
[9] 816Cho (816Chorus)
Range
Value
Control
No.

1
Parameter
0 – 127
0 – 127
2
Bottom
0 – 127
0 – 127
2
Phase
0, 30, 45, 60, 90, …, 330
0 – 15
3
Top
0 – 127
0 – 127
3
Depth
0 – 127
0 – 127
4
Resonance Offset
-12.0 – +12.0
40 – 88
4
Feedback
0 – 127
0 – 127
5
---
5
---
6
---
6
---
7
Drive
7
---
8
---
8
---
9
---
9
---
10
---
10
Mix
1 – 127
1 – 127
11
---
11
---
12
---
12
---
13
---
13
---
14
---
14
---
15
---
15
---
16
---
16
---
0 – 80
[7] Chorus
No.
Speed
2
---
3
Depth
4
Control
0 – 127

[10] Sympho (Symphonic)
Parameter
1
0.100Hz – 10.000Hz
Value
Pedal Control
0.0dB – +40.0dB
Speed
Range
1
Range
Value
0.040Hz – 10.00Hz
0 – 235
0 – 127
0 – 127
Control
No.
Parameter
Range
Value
1
Speed
0.0Hz – 39.7Hz
0 – 127
2
Depth
0 – 127
0 – 127
3
Delay
0.0ms – 50.0ms
0 – 127
---
4
---
5
---
5
---
6
---
6
---
7
Mix
7
---
8
---
8
---
9
---
9
---
10
---
10
Mix
1 – 127
1 – 127
11
---
11
---
12
---
12
---
13
---
13
---
14
---
14
---
15
---
15
---
16
---
16
---
0 – 127
0 – 127

Control

[8] D Chorus
No.
Parameter
1
Type
2
---
3
---
4
---
5
---
6
---
7
---
8
---
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
---
16
---
Range
Type1 – Type5
Value
Control
0–4
CP1 Data List
7
Power-Amplifier/Compressor Block
Power-Amplifier/Compressor Type List
[8] Comp376 (Compressor 376)
Type (HEX)
Type name
MSB
LSB
No.
1
71Rd I (PowerAmp 71Rd I)
30
00
1
2
73Rd I (PowerAmp 73Rd I)
31
00
2
Output
0 – 127
0 – 127
3
75Rd I (PowerAmp 75Rd I)
32
00
3
Ratio
2, 4, 8, 12, 20
0–4
4
78Rd II (PowerAmp 78Rd II)
33
00
4
Attack
0.203ms – 50.40ms
21 – 200
5
69Wr (PowerAmp 69Wr)
34
00
5
Release
11.96ms – 544.22ms
9 – 200
6
77Wr (PowerAmp 77Wr)
35
00
6
---
7
Clean (Clean Amp)
36
00
7
---
8
Comp376 (Compressor 376)
37
00
8
---
Power-Amplifier/Compressor Parameter List
[1] – [6] Power Amp 71Rd I / 73Rd I / 75Rd I / 78Rd II / 69Wr / 77Wr
No.
Parameter
Range
Value
1
Drive
0 – 100
0 – 100
2
Speaker Type
71Rd I / 73Rd I / 75Rd I /
78Rd II / 69Wr / 77Wr
0–5
3
Line Balance
L63>S – L<S63
1 – 127
4
---
5
Output
0 – 127
0 – 127
6
---
7
---
8
---
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
---
16
---
[7] Clean (Clean Amp)
No.
8
Parameter
Drive
Parameter
1
Output
2
---
3
---
4
---
5
---
6
---
7
---
8
---
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
---
16
---
CP1 Data List
Range
0 – 127
Value
0 – 127
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
---
16
---
Range
0 – 100
Value
0 – 100
Reverb Block
Reverb Type List
Type (HEX)
Type name
MSB
LSB
1
RichHall (Rich Hall)
01
00
2
RichPlate (Rich Plate)
01
01
3
RichRoom (Rich Room)
01
02
4
WoodRoom (Woody Room)
01
03
5
Room1
01
04
6
Room2
01
05
7
Stage1
01
06
8
Stage2
01
07
Reverb Parameter List
[1] RichHall (Rich Hall), [2] RichPlate (Rich Plate),
[3] RichRoom (Rich Room), [5] Room1, [6] Room2,
[7] Stage1, [8] Stage2
No.
Parameter
1
Reverb Time
2
---
3
---
4
HPF Cutoff Frequency
5
---
6
---
7
---
8
---
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
Feedback High Damp
15
---
16
---
Range
Value
0.3s – 10.0ms
0 – 69
20Hz – 8.0kHz
0 – 52
0.1 – 1.0
1 – 10
[4] WoodRoom (Woody Room)
No.
Parameter
1
Reverb Time
2
---
3
---
4
HPF Cutoff Frequency
5
---
6
---
7
---
8
---
9
---
10
---
11
---
12
---
13
---
14
---
15
---
16
---
Range
Value
0.3s – xy.zs
0 – 69
20Hz – 8.0kHz
0 – 52
CP1 Data List
9
MIDI Data Format
Many MIDI messages listed in the MIDI Data Format section are expressed in hexadecimal or
binary numbers. Hexadecimal numbers may include the letter “H” as a suffix. The letter “n”
indicates a certain whole number.
The chart below lists the corresponding decimal number for each hexadecimal number.
Decimal Hexadecimal
Decimal Hexadecimal
0
0
64
40
1
1
65
41
2
2
66
42
3
3
67
43
4
4
68
44
5
5
69
45
6
6
70
46
7
7
71
47
8
8
72
48
9
9
73
49
10
0A
74
4A
11
0B
75
4B
12
0C
76
4C
13
0D
77
4D
14
0E
78
4E
15
0F
79
4F
16
10
80
50
17
11
81
51
18
12
82
52
19
13
83
53
20
14
84
54
21
15
85
55
22
16
86
56
23
17
87
57
24
18
88
58
25
19
89
59
26
1A
90
5A
27
1B
91
5B
28
1C
92
5C
29
1D
93
5D
30
1E
94
5E
31
1F
95
5F
32
20
96
60
33
21
97
61
34
22
98
62
35
23
99
63
36
24
100
64
37
25
101
65
38
26
102
66
39
27
103
67
40
28
104
68
41
29
105
69
42
2A
106
6A
43
2B
107
6B
44
2C
108
6C
45
2D
109
6D
46
2E
110
6E
47
2F
111
6F
48
30
112
70
49
31
113
71
50
32
114
72
51
33
115
73
52
34
116
74
53
35
117
75
54
36
118
76
55
37
119
77
56
38
120
78
57
39
121
79
58
3A
122
7A
59
3B
123
7B
60
3C
124
7C
61
3D
125
7D
62
3E
126
7E
63
3F
127
7F
Additional Notes
• For example, 144 – 159 (Decimal)/9nH/1001 0000 – 1001 1111 (Binary) indicate the noteon messages for the channels 1 through 16 respectively. 176 – 191/BnH/1011 0000 –
1011 1111 indicate the control change messages for the channels 1 through 16
respectively. 192 – 207/CnH/1100 0000 – 1100 1111 indicate the program change
messages for the channels 1 through 16 respectively. 240/F0H/1111 0000 is positioned at
the beginning of data to indicate a system exclusive message. 247/F7H/1111 0111 is
positioned at the end of the system exclusive message.
• aaH (Hexadecimal)/0aaaaaaa (Binary) indicates the data addresses. The data address
consists of High, Mid and Low.
• bbH/0bbbbbbb indicates byte counts.
• ccH/0ccccccc indicates check sums.
• ddH/0ddddddd indicates data/value.
10
CP1 Data List
(1) TRANSMIT FLOW
MIDI <-+-[SW1]--+---------NOTE ON/OFF
9nH
OUT
|
|
|
+---------CONTROL CHANGE
|
|
VOLUME
BnH, 07H
|
|
PAN
BnH, 0AH
|
|
SUSTAIN SWITCH
BnH, 40H
|
|
SOSTENUTO
BnH, 42H
|
|
SOFT PEDAL
BnH, 43H
|
|
EG RELEASE TIME
BnH, 48H
|
|
EG DECAY TIME
BnH, 4BH
|
|
REVERB SEND
BnH, 5BH
|
|
ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER
BnH, (00H .. 5FH)
|
|
FOOT VOLUME
BnH, (07H or 0BH)
|
|
|
+--[SW7]--BANK SEL MSB
BnH, 00H
|
|
BANK SEL LSB
BnH, 20H
|
|
|
+--[SW8]--PROGRAM CHANGE
CnH
|
|
|
+---------PITCH BEND CHANGE
EnH
|
+------------------ACTIVE SENSING
FEH
|
+--[SW5]-+---------SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
|
+---------<BULK DUMP>
|
|
F0H 43H 0nH 7FH 0CH bhH blH ahH amH alH ddH....ddH ccH F7H
|
|
|
+---------<PARAMETER CHANGE>
|
F0H 43H 1nH 7FH 0CH ahH amH alH ddH....ddH F7H
|
+------------------SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
IDENTITY REPLY
F0H 7EH 7FH 06H 02H 43H 00H 41H 3BH 06H 00H 00H 00H 7FH F7H
[SW1]
[SW5]
[SW7]
[SW8]
MIDI Transmit Channel and Transmit Filter
When Keyboard Mode (KbdMode) is set to “zone”, MIDI data is transmitted in line with the Transmit MIDI Switch
(MIDI) settings for each zone and via the corresponding zone transmit channels.
When Keyboard Mode (KbdMode) is set to “layer” or “split”, MIDI data is transmitted via the Transmit Channel
(TransCh).
MIDI Device Number
When set to all, transmitted via 1.
SYSTEM Bank Select Switch
SYSTEM Program Change Switch
(2) RECEIVE FLOW
MIDI>-+-[SW10]-+---------NOTE OFF
|
|
|
+---------NOTE ON/OFF
|
|
|
+---------CONTROL CHANGE
|
|
DATA ENTRY MSB
|
|
DATA ENTRY LSB
|
|
MAIN VOLUME
|
|
PAN
|
|
EXPRESSION
|
|
SUSTAIN SWITCH
|
|
SOSTENUTO
|
|
SOFT PEDAL
|
|
EG RELEASE TIME
|
|
EG DECAY TIME
|
|
EFFECT1 DEPTH (Reverb)
|
|
DATA ENTRY INC
|
|
DATA ENTRY DEC
|
|
ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER
|
|
RPN
|
|
PITCH BEND SENS.
|
|
RPN RESET
|
|
ALL SOUND OFF
|
|
RESET ALL CONTROLLERS
|
|
ALL NOTE OFF
|
|
OMNI MODE OFF
|
|
OMNI MODE ON
|
|
|
+--[SW7]--BANK SEL MSB
|
|
BANK SEL LSB
|
|
|
+--[SW8]--PROGRAM CHANGE
|
|
|
+---------PITCH BEND CHANGE
|
+------------------ACTIVE SENSING
|
+--[SW5]-+---------<BULK DUMP>
|
|
F0H 43H 0nH 7FH 0CH bhH
|
|
|
+---------<PARAMETER CHANGE>
|
|
F0H 43H 1nH 7FH 0CH ahH
|
|
|
+---------<BULK DUMP REQUEST>
|
|
F0H 43H 2nH 7FH 0CH ahH
|
|
|
+---------<PARAMETER REQUEST>
|
F0H 43H 3nH 7FH 0CH ahH
|
+-------------------SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
IDENTITY REQUEST
[SW5]
[SW7]
[SW8]
[SW10]
8nH
9nH
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
06H
26H
07H
0AH
0BH
40H
42H
43H
48H
4BH
5BH
60H
61H
(00H .. 5FH)
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
BnH,
64H, 00H, 65H, 00H, 06H, mmH
64H, 7FH, 65H, 7FH
78H
79H
7BH
7CH
7DH
BnH, 00H
BnH, 20H
CnH
EnH
FEH
blH ahH amH alH ddH.....ddH ccH F7H
amH alH ddH.....ddH F7H
amH alH ddH.....ddH F7H
amH alH F7H
F0H 7EH 0nH 06H 01H F7H
MIDI Device Number
When this is not set to off, the MIDI Master Volume can be recognized in any mode.
SYSTEM Bank Select Switch
SYSTEM Program Change Switch
MIDI Receive Channel
When Keyboard Mode (KbdMode) is set to “zone”, Zone 1 receives data on MIDI Channel 1; Zone 2 receives data
on MIDI Channel 2.
When Master Keyboard Mode (KbdMode) is set to “layer” or “split”, MIDI data is received via the Basic Receive
Channel (RecvCh).
MIDI Data Format
(3) TRANSMIT/RECEIVE DATA
(3-2) CHANNEL MODE MESSAGES
STATUS
CONTROL NUMBER
CONTROL VALUE
(3-1) CHANNEL VOICE MESSAGES
(3-1-1) NOTE OFF
1011nnnn (BnH)
0ccccccc
0vvvvvvv
n = 0 – 15 CHANNEL NUMBER
c = CONTROL NUMBER
v = DATA VALUE
(3-2-1) ALL SOUND OFF (CONTROL NUMBER = 78H, DATA VALUE = 0)
STATUS
NOTE No.
VELOCITY
Receive only
1000nnnn (8nH)
0kkkkkkk
0vvvvvvv
n = 0 – 15 CHANNEL NUMBER
k = 0 (C-2) – 127 (G8)
v: ignored
1001nnnn (9nH)
0kkkkkkk
0vvvvvvv (v≠0)
0vvvvvvv (v=0)
n = 0 – 15 CHANNEL NUMBER
k = 0 (C-2) – 127 (G8)
NOTE ON
NOTE OFF
1011nnnn (BnH)
0ccccccc
0vvvvvvv
n = 0 – 15 CHANNEL NUMBER
All the sounds currently played including the channel messages such as note-on in a certain channel are muted
when receiving this message.
MIDI Channel messages such as Hold and Sostenuto are retained.
(3-2-2) RESET ALL CONTROLLERS (CONTROL NUMBER = 79H, DATA VALUE = 0)
(3-1-2) NOTE ON/OFF
STATUS
NOTE NUMBER
VELOCITY NOTE ON
NOTE OFF
Resets the values set for the following controllers.
PITCH BEND CHANGE
0 (center)
EXPRESSION
127 (maximum)
FOOT CONTROLLER 1
0 (minimum)
FOOT CONTROLLER 2
0 (minimum)
SUSTAIN SWITCH
0 (off)
SOSTENUTO SWITCH
0 (off)
SOFT SWITCH
0 (off)
RPN
Not assigned; No change
(3-1-3) CONTROL CHANGE
STATUS
CONTROL NUMBER
CONTROL VALUE
*TRANSMITTED CONTROL NUMBER
c = 0
BANK SEL MSB
c = 32
BANK SEL LSB
c = 7
MAIN VOLUME
c = 10
PAN
c = 11
EXPRESSION
c = 64
SUSTAIN
c = 66
SOSTENUTO
c = 67
SOFT PEDAL
c = 91
REVERB SEND
c = 0..95
ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLERS
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0, 127
0, 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
*RECEIVED CONTROL NUMBER
c = 0
BANK SEL MSB
c = 32
BANK SEL LSB
c = 6
DATA ENTRY MSB
c = 38
DATA ENTRY LSB
c = 7
MAIN VOLUME
c = 10
PAN
c = 11
EXPRESSION
c = 64
SUSTAIN
c = 66
SOSTENUTO
c = 72
EG RELEASE TIME
c = 75
EG DECAY TIME
c = 91
EFFECT1 DEPTH
c = 96
DATA ENTRY INC
c = 97
DATA ENTRY DEC
c = 0..95
ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
63
61 – 69
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 127
0 – 63:OFF, 64 – 127:ON
0:-16 – 64:0 – 127:+16
0:-16 – 64:0 – 127:+16
0 – 127
127
127
0 – 127
*2
*2
*4
*3
MSB
LSB
(3-2-3) ALL NOTE OFF (CONTROL NUMBER = 7BH, DATA VALUE = 0)
All the notes currently set to on in certain channels are muted when receiving this message. However, if Sustain or
Sostenuto is on, notes will continue sounding until these are turned off.
(3-2-4) OMNI MODE OFF (CONTROL NUMBER = 7CH, DATA VALUE = 0)
Performs the same function as when receiving ALL NOTES OFF.
Sets Basic Receive Channel to “OMNI OFF,” channel 1.
*2
*2
*1
(3-2-5) OMNI MODE ON (CONTROL NUMBER = 7DH, DATA VALUE = 0)
Performs the same function as when receiving ALL NOTES OFF.
Sets Basic Receive Channel to “OMNI ON.”
(3-3) REGISTERED PARAMETER NUMBER
*1
*1
*3
*1 Used only when a value is set using RPN.
*2 Relation between BANK CHANGE and PROGRAM is as follows:
CATEGORY
Doesn’t reset the following data:
PROGRAM CHANGE, BANK SELECT MSB/LSB, VOLUME, PAN
SUSTAIN LEVEL, RELEASE TIME, ATTACK TIME, DECAY TIME
EFFECT SEND LEVEL 1
PITCH BEND SENSITIVITY
ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER
PROGRAM No.
STATUS
LSB
RPN LSB
1011nnnn (BnH)
01100100 (64H)
0ppppppp
MSB
RPN MSB
01100101 (65H)
0qqqqqqq
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
00000110 (06H)
0mmmmmmm
00100110 (26H)
0lllllll
n = 0 – 15 CHANNEL NUMBER
p = RPN LSB (Refer to the table as shown
below.)
q = RPN MSB (Refer to the table as shown
below.)
ENTRY MSB
VALUE
ENTRY LSB
VALUE
m = Data Value
l = Data Value
Performance Preset A
63
61
0..15 (1..16)
Preset B
63
62
0..15 (1..16)
First, designate the parameter using RPN MSB/LSB numbers. Then, set its value with data entry MSB/LSB.
Preset C
63
63
0..15 (1..16)
User A
63
64
0..15 (1..16)
User B
63
65
0..15 (1..16)
RPN
D.ENTRY
LSB MSB MSB LSB
00H 00H mmH --7FH 7FH --- ---
User C
63
66
0..15 (1..16)
External A
63
67
0..15 (1..16)
External B
63
68
0..15 (1..16)
External C
63
69
0..15 (1..16)
*3 The default CONTROL NUMBERS of ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER are as follows:
FOOT CONTROLLER 1
11
FOOT CONTROLLER 2
4
FOOT SWITCH
88
SOSTENUTO PEDAL
66
SOFT PEDAL
67
*4 When the sustain pedal is set to something other than “FC3 (HalfOn),” operating the sustain pedal transmits
only values of 0 (off) or 127 (on).
PAN position relatively changes according to the preset value for each voice.
EFFECT1 DEPTH controls reverb send level.
The parameters, EG DECAY TIME, EG RELEASE TIME adjust the envelopes preset for each voice.
Setting these values add to or subtract from the center value, 64, since it is an offset parameters.
Bank Select will be actually executed when the Program Change message is received.
Bank Select and Program Change numbers that are not supported by Yamaha will be ignored.
(3-1-4) PROGRAM CHANGE
STATUS
PROGRAM NUMBER
1100nnnn (CnH)
0ppppppp
DATA RANGE
00H – 0CH (0 – 12 semitones)
RPN numbers will be left not designated.
The internal values are not affected.
(3-4) SYSTEM REAL TIME MESSAGES
(3-4-1) ACTIVE SENSING
STATUS
11111110 (FEH)
Transmitted at every 200 msec.
Once this code is received, the instrument starts sensing.
When no status nor data is received for over approximately 350 ms, MIDI receiving buffer will be cleared, and the
sounds currently played is forcibly turned off.
(3-5) SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
(3-5-1) UNIVERSAL NON REALTIME MESSAGE
(3-5-1-1) IDENTITY REQUEST (Receive only)
n = 0 – 15 CHANNEL NUMBER
p = 0 – 127
(3-1-5) PITCH BEND CHANGE
STATUS
1110nnnn (EnH)
LSB
0vvvvvvv
MSB
0vvvvvvv
Transmitted with a resolution of 7 bits.
PARAMETER NAME
PITCH BEND SENSITIVITY
RPN RESET
F0H 7EH 0nH 06H 01H F7H
(“n” = Device No. However, this instrument receives under “omni.”)
(3-5-1-2) IDENTITY REPLY (Transmit only)
n = 0 – 15 CHANNEL NUMBER
PITCH BEND CHANGE LSB
PITCH BEND CHANGE MSB
F0H 7EH 7FH 06H 02H 43H 00H 41H ddH ddH 00H 00H 00H 01H F7H
dd: Device Number Code
CP1: 3B 06
(3-5-2) PARAMETER CHANGE
(3-5-2-1) NATIVE PARAMETER CHANGE
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
01111111
00001100
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0ddddddd
|
11110111
F0
43
1n
7F
0C
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
ddddddd
|
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Model ID
Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
Data
End of Exclusive
For parameters with data size of 2 or more, the appropriate number of data bytes will be transmitted.
See the following MIDI Data Table for Address.
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MIDI Data Format
(3-5-4) BULK DUMP
11110000
01000011
0000nnnn
01111111
00001100
0bbbbbbb
0bbbbbbb
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0
|
0ccccccc
11110111
F0
43
0n
7F
0C
bbbbbbb
bbbbbbb
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
0
|
ccccccc
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Model ID
Model ID
Byte Count
Byte Count
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
Data
Check-sum
End of Exclusive
See the following MIDI Data Table for Address and Byte Count.
The Check sum is the value that results in a value of 0 for the lower 7 bits when the Byte Count, Start Address, Data
and Check sum itself are added.
(3-5-5) DUMP REQUEST
11110000
01000011
0010nnnn
01111111
00001100
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
11110111
F0
43
2n
7F
0C
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Model ID
Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
End of Exclusive
See the following MIDI Data Table for Address and Byte Count.
(3-5-6) PARAMETER REQUEST
11110000
01000011
0011nnnn
01111111
00001100
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
11110111
F0
43
3n
7F
0C
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Model ID
Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
End of Exclusive
See the following MIDI Data Table for Address and Byte Count.
(4) SYSTEM OVERVIEW (Keyboard and Tone Generator)
MIDI IN/OUT = MIDI
KBD
To USB
From USB
Local Sw
MIDI Out
MIDI In
TG
MIDI IN/OUT = USB
KBD
To USB
From USB
The MIDI Thru port is permanently set to 1.
Local Sw
MIDI Out
MIDI In
TG
Although three types of note on/note off data, received via MIDI and played on the keyboard
will be distinguished, the other controllers (channel messages) equally affect the entire notes.
ALL SOUND OFF clears all the sounds in the specific channel(s) played by both the
keyboard and the data via MIDI.
ALL NOTES OFF received via MIDI clears the sounds in the specific channel(s) played via
MIDI.
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MIDI Data Table
Bank Select
Bulk Dump Block
Available Bank Select/Program Change
“Top Address” indicates the top address of each block designated by bulk dump operation.
“Byte Count” indicates the data size contained in each block designated by bulk dump
operation.
The Block from the Bulk Header to the Bulk Footer of the Performance can be received
regardless their order. They can be received even if all of them are not transmitted. They
cannot be received if the irrelevant Block is included.
To execute 1 Performance bulk dump request, designate its corresponding Bulk Header
address.
When the Multiple Bulk Control Footer is received, Performances will be saved to the Flash
ROM.
For the information about “mm” and “nn” shown in the following list, refer to MIDI
PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE (BULK CONTROL) below.
MSB (HEX)
63
3F
LSB
(HEX)
Program
No.
Type
Performance
Memory
61
3D
0 – 15
62
3E
0 – 15
PRE A
PRE B
63
3F
0 – 15
PRE C
64
40
0 – 15
USR A
65
41
0 – 15
USR B
66
42
0 – 15
USR C
68
44
0 – 15
EXT A
69
45
0 – 15
EXT B
70
46
0 – 15
EXT C
Description
When Keyboard Mode
(KbdMode) is set to
“layer” or “split”, this MIDI
data is received via the
Basic Receive Channel
(RecvCh). When
Keyboard Mode
(KbdMode) is set to
“zone”, this MIDI data is
received via Channel 1 or
2.
Byte Count
Parameter Block
SYSTEM
PERFORMANCE
Parameter Base Address
COMMON
Parameter Block
Top Address
H
SYSTEM
BULK CONTROL
MULTIPLE BULK CONTROL
M
Description
L
Top Address
Description
Dec
Hex
H
M
L
System
60
3C
00
00
00
Master EQ (for Voice Mode)
22
16
00
20
00
Bulk Header
0
00
0E
mm
nn
Common
68
44
30
00
00
Reverb
38
26
30
01
00
Controller (PB, FC1, FC2, FS)
30
1E
30
05
00
Assignable Knob
30
1E
30
06
00
00
00
00
System
Part 1
48
30
31
00
00
00
20
00
Master EQ
Part 2
48
30
31
01
00
0E
00
00
Header
Pre-Amp Part 1
38
26
31
10
00
0F
00
00
Footer
Pre-Amp Part 2
38
26
31
11
00
10
00
00
Header
Modulation Part 1
38
26
31
20
00
PART
11
00
00
Footer
Modulation Part 2
38
26
31
21
00
PERFORMANCE COMMON
30
00
00
Performance Common
Power-Amp Part 1
38
26
31
30
00
PERFORMANCE PART
31
00
00
Part 1
Power-Amp Part 2
38
26
31
31
00
31
01
00
Part 2
Zone 1
16
10
32
00
00
31
10
00
Pre-Amp Part 1
31
11
00
Pre-Amp Part 2
Zone 4
16
10
32
03
00
31
20
00
Modulation Part 1
Bulk Footer
0
00
0F
mm
nn
31
21
00
Modulation Part 2
31
30
00
Power-Amp Part 1
31
31
00
Power-Amp Part 2
32
00
00
Zone 1
32
03
00
Zone 4
PERFORMANCE ZONE
MASTER KEYBOARD
ZONE
:
4 Blocks
:
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MIDI Data Table
MIDI PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE (SYSTEM)
Address
00 00
02
Size
4
Master Tune
Description
-102.4 – +102.3 [cent]
1st bit 3-0  bit 15-12
2nd bit 3-0  bit 11-8
3rd bit 3-0  bit 7-4
4th bit 3-0  bit 3-0
1
34 – 4C
Master Transpose
-12 – +12 (semitones)
09
1
00 – 01
Local Switch
off, on
0A
1
00 – 10,
7F
Basic Receive Channel
1 – 16, omni, off
00 – 0F,
7F
Keyboard Transmit
Channel
10
12
1
1
1
00 – 01
00 – 04
Piano Tuning Curve
Keyboard Velocity Curve
Notes
MIDI
Master
Tuning
Address
Data
Range
(HEX)
Parameter Name
nn
0
3E
nn
0
3F
nn
0
40
nn
0
-
Performance USR A (nn = 0 – 15)
41
nn
0
-
Performance USR B (nn = 0 – 15)
42
nn
0
-
Performance USR C (nn = 0 – 15)
43
nn
0
-
Performance EXT A (nn = 0 – 15)
44
nn
0
-
Performance EXT B (nn = 0 – 15)
45
nn
0
-
Performance EXT C (nn = 0 – 15)
4F
nn
0
-
3D
nn
0
-
flat, stretch
0F
Bulk Header
Description
0E 3D
1 – 16, off
norm, soft, hard, wide,
fixed
Size
Performance PRE A (nn = 0 – 15)
Performance PRE B (nn = 0 – 15)
Performance PRE C (nn = 0 – 15)
Performance Edit Buffer (nn = 0)
Bulk Footer
Performance PRE A (nn = 0 – 15)
13
1
01 – 7F
Keyboard Fixed Velocity
1 – 127
3E
nn
0
-
19
1
00 – 01
MIDI Input
MIDI, USB MIDI
3F
nn
0
-
Performance PRE C (nn = 0 – 15)
20
1
00 – 06
Micro Tuning
Equal, PureMaj, PureMin,
Pythag, MeanTn, WerckMt,
KimBerger
40
nn
0
-
Performance USR A (nn = 0 – 15)
41
nn
0
-
Performance USR B (nn = 0 – 15)
nn
0
-
Performance USR C (nn = 0 – 15)
Performance PRE B (nn = 0 – 15)
21
1
00 – 0B
Micro Tuning Root
C–B
42
23
1
00 – 64
Sostenuto (Pedal-Center)
Control Number
off, 1 – 95, 99 (PC Inc), 100
(PC Dec)
43
nn
0
-
Performance EXT A (nn = 0 – 15)
44
nn
0
-
Performance EXT B (nn = 0 – 15)
45
nn
0
-
Performance EXT C (nn = 0 – 15)
4F
nn
0
-
Performance Edit Buffer (nn = 0)
24
1
00 – 64
Soft (Pedal-Left) Control
Number
off, 1 – 95, 99 (PC Inc), 100
(PC Dec)
25
1
00 – 08
Start Up Bank
PRE A, PRE B, PRE C, USR
A, USR B, USR C, EXT A,
EXT B, EXT C
26
1
00 – 0F
Start Up Program Number
1 – 16
31
1
00 – 64
FS Assignable Control
Number
off, 1 – 95, 99 (PC Inc), 100
(PC Dec)
39
1
00 – 5F
FC2 Control Number
off, 1 – 95
:
3A
1
00 – 5F
FC1 Control Number
off, 1 – 95
:
3B
1
00 – 03
Sustain Pedal Select
Sustain Pedal, FC3 (Half
On), FC3 (Half Off), FC4/5
TOTAL SIZE = 60
3C (HEX)
00
1
34 -4C
EQ Gain1
-12 – +12 [dB]
01
1
04 – 28
EQ Frequency1
32 – 2.0k [Hz]
80 [Hz]
02
1
01 – 78
EQ Q1
0.1 – 12.0
0.7
0 [dB]
shelv
03
1
00 – 01
EQ Shape1
shelv, peak
04
1
34 – 4C
EQ Gain2
-12 – +12 [dB]
0 [dB]
05
1
0E – 36
EQ Frequency2
100 – 10.0k [Hz]
200 [Hz]
06
1
01 – 78
EQ Q2
0.1 – 12.0
0.7
07
1
08
1
34 -4C
EQ Gain3
-12 – +12 [dB]
0 [dB]
09
1
0E – 36
EQ Frequency3
100 – 10.0k [Hz]
500 [Hz]
0A
1
01 – 78
EQ Q3
0.1 – 12.0
0.7
0B
1
0C
1
34 – 4C
EQ Gain4
-12 – +12 [dB]
0 [dB]
0D
1
0E – 36
EQ Frequency4
100 – 10.0k [Hz]
3.2 [kHz]
0E
1
01 – 78
EQ Q4
0.1 – 12.0
0.7
0 [dB]
reserved
reserved
0F
1
10
1
34 – 4C
EQ Gain5
-12 – +12 [dB]
11
1
1C – 3A
EQ Frequency5
500 – 16.0k [Hz]
8.0 [kHz]
12
1
01 – 78
EQ Q5
0.1 – 12.0
0.7
reserved
shelv
13
1
00 – 01
EQ Shape5
shelv, peak
14
1
00 – 01
EQ On/Off
off, on
15
1
TOTAL SIZE = 22
14
00 – 0F
00 – 0F
00 – 0F
00 – 0F
Parameter Name
07
0B
00 20
Data
Range
(HEX)
MIDI PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE (BULK CONTROL)
reserved
16 (HEX)
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Notes
MIDI Data Table
MIDI PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE
(PERFORMANCE COMMON)
Address
Size
Data
Range
(HEX)
Parameter Name
Description
30 00
00
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 1
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
01
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 2
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
02
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 3
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
03
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 4
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
04
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 5
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
05
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 6
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
06
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 7
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
07
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 8
32..126 (ASCII)
Notes
Address
30 05
00
Size
2
Data
Range
(HEX)
00 – 00
00 – 01
30 05
02
2
00 – 00
00 – 01
30 05
04
1
30 05
05
2
08
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 9
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
09
1
20 – 7E
Performance Name 10
32..126 (ASCII)
30 00
0A
1
reserved
30 00
0B
1
reserved
30 00
0E
1
30 00
0F
1
TOTAL SIZE = 68
30 01
00
2
00 – 02
00 – 7F
Master Keyboard Mode
Master Keyboard Split Point
07
2
00 – 00
00 – 02
layer, split, zone
30 05
09
1
C -2..G8
30 05
0A
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Type MSB
Reverb Type LSB
Refer to “Reverb Type
List.”
Refer to “Reverb
Parameter List.”
02
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 1 MSB
Reverb Parameter 1 LSB
30 01
04
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 2 MSB
Reverb Parameter 2 LSB
:
30 01
06
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 3 MSB
Reverb Parameter 3 LSB
:
30 01
08
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 4 MSB
Reverb Parameter 4 LSB
:
30 01
0A
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 5 MSB
Reverb Parameter 5 LSB
:
30 01
0C
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 6 MSB
Reverb Parameter 6 LSB
:
30 01
0E
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 7 MSB
Reverb Parameter 7 LSB
:
30 01
10
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 8 MSB
Reverb Parameter 8 LSB
:
30 01
12
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 9 MSB
Reverb Parameter 9 LSB
:
30 01
14
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 10 MSB
Reverb Parameter 10 LSB
:
30 01
16
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 11 MSB
Reverb Parameter 11 LSB
:
30 01
18
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 12 MSB
Reverb Parameter 12 LSB
:
30 01
1A
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 13 MSB
Reverb Parameter 13 LSB
:
30 01
1C
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 14 MSB
Reverb Parameter 14 LSB
:
30 01
1E
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 15 MSB
Reverb Parameter 15 LSB
:
30 01
20
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Reverb Parameter 16 MSB
Reverb Parameter 16 LSB
:
30 01
24
1
00 – 01
Reverb On/Off
30 01
25
1
30 05
0C
2
00 – 00
00 – 02
30 05
0E
1
30 05
0F
2
11
2
00 – 00
00 – 03
Foot Controller 1 Layer 1
Destination MSB
Foot Controller 1 Layer 1
Destination LSB
Foot Controller 1 Layer 2
Destination MSB
Foot Controller 1 Layer 2
Destination LSB
Foot Controller 2 Layer 1
Destination MSB
Foot Controller 2 Layer 1
Destination LSB
Foot Controller 2 Layer 2
Destination MSB
Foot Controller 2 Layer 2
Destination LSB
00 – 01
Foot Switch Mode
2
00 – 00
Pedal-Left Layer 1
Destination MSB
Pedal-Left Layer 1
Destination LSB
00 – 04
00 – 00
00 – 04
Pedal-Left Layer 2
Destination MSB
Pedal-Left Layer 2
Destination LSB
30 05
18
1
00 – 01
Pedal-Left Switch Mode
30 05
19
2
00 – 00
Pedal-Center Layer 1
Destination MSB
Pedal-Center Layer 1
Destination LSB
00 – 04
30 05
1D
2
1
TOTAL SIZE = 30
—
off, Volume, ModEffect
—
off, Volume, ModEffect
Momentary, Latch
1
1B
off, Volume, ModEffect
off, VibOn, BypassModEffect,
BypassPowerAmp
14
30 05
—
Foot Switch Layer 2
Destination MSB
Foot Switch Layer 2
Destination LSB
13
2
—
off, Volume, ModEffect
off, VibOn, BypassModEffect,
BypassPowerAmp
30 05
16
—
off, ModEffect
Foot Switch Layer 1
Destination MSB
Foot Switch Layer 1
Destination LSB
30 05
30 05
—
off, ModEffect
reserved
00 – 00
00 – 03
30 05
Pitch Bend Layer 2
Destination MSB
Pitch Bend Layer 2
Destination LSB
Notes
reserved
00 – 00
00 – 02
44 (HEX)
30 01
TOTAL SIZE = 38
30 05
Pitch Bend Layer 1
Destination MSB
Pitch Bend Layer 1
Destination LSB
Description
reserved
00 – 00
00 – 02
30 00
Parameter Name
00 – 00
00 – 04
00 – 01
Pedal-Center Layer 2
Destination MSB
Pedal-Center Layer 2
Destination LSB
—
—
—
off, Soft, VibOn,
BypassModEffect,
BypassPowerAmp
—
off, Soft, VibOn,
BypassModEffect,
BypassPowerAmp
Momentary, Latch
—
off, Sostenuto, VibOn,
BypassModEffect,
BypassPowerAmp
—
off, Sostenuto, VibOn,
BypassModEffect,
BypassPowerAmp
Pedal-Center Switch Mode Momentary, Latch
1E (HEX)
off, on
Reserved
26 (HEX)
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MIDI Data Table
MIDI PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE
(PERFORMANCE PART)
Address
Size
30 06
00
1
30 06
01
1
Data
Range
(HEX)
00 – 09
00 – 05
Parameter Name
Description
Notes
Address
Size
Data
Range
(HEX)
Parameter Name
reserved
31 0p
00
1
00 – 7F
Bank Select MSB
0 – 127
Knob 1 Destination MSB off, Piano1, Pre-Amp1,
ModEffect1, Power-Amp1,
Piano2, Pre-Amp2, ModEffect2,
Power-Amp2, Rev
31 0p
01
1
00 – 7F
Bank Select LSB
0 – 127
31 0p
02
1
00 – 7F
Program Number
1 – 128
31 0p
0B
1
00 – 7F
Velocity Sense Depth
0 – 127
30 06
02
1
30 06
04
1
reserved
30 06
05
1
reserved
Knob 1 Destination LSB
Para1, Para2, Para3, Para4,
Para5, Para6
31 0p 0C
1
00 – 7F
Velocity Sense Offset
0 – 127
31 0p
1
01 – 7F
Pan
L63 – C – R63
0E
31 0p
0F
1
00 – 0C
Pitch Bend Range
0 – 12
31 0p
10
2
00 – 0F
00 – 0F
Detune MSB
Detune LSB
-12.8 – +12.7 [Hz]
1st bit 3-0  bit 7-4
2nd bit 3-0  bit 3-0
30 06
06
1
00 – 09
Knob 2 Destination MSB off, Piano1, Pre-Amp1,
ModEffect1, Power-Amp1,
Piano2, Pre-Amp 2, ModEffect2,
Power-Amp2, Rev
31 0p
12
1
00 – 7F
Reverb Send
0 – 127
30 06
07
1
00 – 05
Knob 2 Destination LSB
31 0p
15
1
28 – 58
Note Shift
-24 – +24 [semitones]
30 06
09
1
30 06
0A
1
30 06
0B
1
reserved
00 – 09
1
30 06
0E
1
reserved
30 06
0F
1
reserved
30 06
10
1
11
1
30 06
13
1
30 06
14
1
30 06
15
1
00 – 05
Knob 3 Destination MSB off, Piano1, Pre-Amp1,
ModEffect1, Power-Amp1,
Piano2, Pre-Amp2, ModEffect2,
Power-Amp2, Rev
0C
30 06
00 – 09
00 – 05
Knob 3 Destination LSB
Knob 4 Destination LSB
18
1
reserved
30 06
19
1
reserved
30 06
1A
1
1D
1
00 – 05
Knob 5 Destination MSB off, Piano1, Pre-Amp1,
ModEffect1, Power-Amp1,
Piano2, Pre-Amp2, ModEffect2,
Power-Amp2, Rev
30 06
30 06
22
1
00 – 01
Piano On/Off
off, on
31 0p
23
1
00 – 7F
Decay Time
-16 – +16
31 0p
24
1
00 – 7F
Release Time
-16 – +16
31 0p
25
1
30 – 50
Key-off Noise Level
-16 – +16
31 0p
26
1
30 – 50
Damper Resonance Level
-16 – +16
31 0p
27
1
3D – 43
Striking Position
Top3, Top2, Top1, Default,
Rear1, Rear2, Rear3
31 0p
28
1
3E – 42
Attack Timbre
Soft2, Soft1, Default,
Hard1, Hard2
31 0p
29
1
3E – 42
Hammer Stiffness
Soft2, Soft1, Normal,
Hard1, Hard2
31 0p
2A
1
30 – 50
Oscillator Detune
-16 – +16
31 0p
2B
1
40 – 50
Release Tone
0 – 16
TOTAL SIZE = 48
reserved
00 – 09
1
1
Para1, Para2, Para3, Para4,
Para5, Para6
31 0p
reserved
16
1B
Para1, Para2, Para3, Para4,
Para5, Para6
Knob 4 Destination MSB off, Piano1, Pre-Amp1,
ModEffect1, Power-Amp1,
Piano2, Pre-Amp2, ModEffect2,
Power-Amp2, Rev
30 06
30 06
Para1, Para2, Para3, Para4,
Para5, Para6
reserved
30 06
TOTAL SIZE = 30
00 – 09
00 – 05
Knob 5 Destination LSB
Para1, Para2, Para3, Para4,
Para5, Para6
Knob 6 Destination MSB off, Piano1, Pre-Amp1,
ModEffect1, Power-Amp1,
Piano2, Pre-Amp2, ModEffect2,
Power-Amp2, Rev
Knob 6 Destination LSB
reserved
Para1, Para2, Para3, Para4,
Para5, Para6
Address
Size
Data
Range
(HEX)
Parameter Name
02
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 1 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 1 LSB
31 1p
04
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 2 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 2 LSB
:
31 1p
06
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 3 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 3 LSB
:
31 1p
08
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 4 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 4 LSB
:
31 1p
0A
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 5 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 5 LSB
:
31 1p 0C
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 6 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 6 LSB
:
31 1p
0E
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 7 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 7 LSB
:
31 1p
10
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 8 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 8 LSB
:
31 1p
12
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 9 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 9 LSB
:
31 1p
14
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 10 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 10 LSB
:
31 1p
16
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 11 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 11 LSB
:
31 1p
18
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 12 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 12 LSB
:
31 1p
1A
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 13 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 13 LSB
:
31 1p 1C
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 14 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 14 LSB
:
31 1p
1E
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 15 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 15 LSB
:
31 1p
20
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Pre-Amp Parameter 16 MSB
Pre-Amp Parameter 16 LSB
:
31 1p
22
1
31 1p
23
1
Refer to “Pre-Amplifier
Parameter List.”
31 1p
24
1
31 1p
25
1
reserved
reserved
00 – 01
Pre-Amp On/Off
reserved
1p = Layer number
10 – 11 Layer 1 – 2
CP1 Data List
Description
31 1p
1E (HEX)
Notes
30 (HEX)
0p = Layer number
00-01 Layer 1 – 2
TOTAL SIZE = 38
16
Description
off, on
Notes
MIDI Data Table
Address
Size
Data
Range
(HEX)
Parameter Name
Description
Notes
Address
Size
Data
Range
(HEX)
Parameter Name
Description
31 2p
00
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Type MSB
Modulation Type LSB
Refer to “Modulation
Effect Type List.”
31 3p 00
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Type MSB
Power-Amp Type LSB
Refer to “Power-Amplifier/
Compressor Type List.”
31 2p
02
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 1 MSB
Modulation Parameter 1 LSB
Refer to “Modulation
Effect Parameter List.”
31 3p 02
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 1 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 1 LSB
31 2p
04
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 2 MSB
Modulation Parameter 2 LSB
:
Refer to “Power-Amplifier/
Compressor Parameter
List.”
31 3p 04
2
06
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 3 MSB
Modulation Parameter 3 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 2 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 2 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 06
2
08
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 4 MSB
Modulation Parameter 4 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 3 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 3 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 08
2
0A
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 5 MSB
Modulation Parameter 5 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 4 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 4 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 0A
2
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 6 MSB
Modulation Parameter 6 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 5 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 5 LSB
:
31 2p 0C
31 3p 0C
2
0E
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 7 MSB
Modulation Parameter 7 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 6 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 6 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 0E
2
10
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 8 MSB
Modulation Parameter 8 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 7 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 7 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 10
2
12
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 9 MSB
Modulation Parameter 9 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 8 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 8 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 12
2
14
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 10 MSB
Modulation Parameter 10 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 9 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 9 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 14
2
16
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 11 MSB
Modulation Parameter 11 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 10 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 10 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 16
2
18
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 12 MSB
Modulation Parameter 12 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 11 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 11 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 18
2
1A
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 13 MSB
Modulation Parameter 13 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 12 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 12 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 1A
2
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 14 MSB
Modulation Parameter 14 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 13 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 13 LSB
:
31 2p 1C
31 3p 1C
2
1E
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 15 MSB
Modulation Parameter 15 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 14 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 14 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 1E
2
20
2
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Modulation Parameter 16 MSB
Modulation Parameter 16 LSB
:
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 15 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 15 LSB
:
31 2p
31 3p 20
2
22
1
reserved
00 – 7F
00 – 7F
Power-Amp Parameter 16 MSB
Power-Amp Parameter 16 LSB
:
31 2p
31 2p
23
1
reserved
31 3p 22
1
31 3p 23
1
31 3p 24
1
31 3p 25
1
31 2p
31 2p
24
25
1
1
00 – 01
Modulation On/Off
reserved
TOTAL SIZE = 38
2p = Layer number
20 – 21 Layer 1 – 2
off, on
Notes
reserved
reserved
00 – 01
Power-Amp On/Off
off, on
reserved
TOTAL SIZE = 38
3p = Layer number
30-31 Layer 1 – 2
CP1 Data List
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MIDI Data Table
MIDI PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE
(MASTER KEYBOARD ZONE)
Address
32 nn
00
Size
1
00 – 3F
Parameter Name
Transmit Channel,
MIDI/TG Switch
Description
bit 0 – 3: Ch1..16
bit 4: MIDI off, on
bit 5: TG off, on
32 nn
03
1
00 – 7F
Note Limit Low
C -2..G8
32 nn
04
1
00 – 7F
Note Limit High
C -2..G8
32 nn
09
1
00 – 7F
MIDI Bank MSB
0..127
32 nn
0A
1
00 – 7F
MIDI Bank LSB
0..127
32 nn
0B
1
00 – 7F
MIDI Program
Number
1..128
32 nn
0C
1
00 – 7F
Transmit FC1
reserved
Transmit Sustain
Transmit Bank Select
Transmit Program
Change
reserved
Transmit PB
bit 0: off, on FC1
bit 1: on
bit 2: off, on Sustain
bit 3: off, on Bank Select
bit 4: off, on Program
Change
bit 5: on
bit 6: off, on PB
Transmit FC2
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
bit 0: off, on FC2
bit 1: on
bit 2: on
bit 3: on
bit 4: on
bit 5: on
bit 6: on
32 nn
0D
1
TOTAL SIZE = 16
18
Data
Range
(HEX)
00 – 7F
10 (HEX)
nn = zone number 00 – 03
CP1 Data List
Notes
All bits other
than bit 4 are
fixed at the corresponding
default value.
bit 1 is fixed at 1
bit 5 is fixed at 1
bit 1 is fixed at 1
bit 2 is fixed at 1
bit 3 is fixed at 1
bit 4 is fixed at 1
bit 5 is fixed at 1
bit 6 is fixed at 1
MIDI
Implementation
Chart
YAMAHA
[Stage Piano]
Model
CP1 MIDI Implementation Chart
Function...
Transmitted
Recognized
Date :22-JUL-2009
Version : 1.0
Remarks
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1 - 16
1 - 16
1 - 16
1 - 16
Memorized
Default
Messages
Altered
3
X
**************
1
1,3
X
Memorized
Mode
0 - 127
**************
0 - 127
0 - 127
Transpose
Note
Number : True voice
Velocity
Note ON O 9nH,v=1-127
Note OFF X 9nH,v=0
O 9nH,v=1-127
X
After
Touch
Key's
Ch's
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
X
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O 0 - 127
**************
O 0 - 15
0 - 15
O
O
: Song Pos. X
: Song Sel. X
: Tune
X
X
X
X
Pitch Bend
Control
Change
Prog
Change
0,32
7,10,11
6,38
64
66
67
72,75
91
96-97
100-101
1-31,33-95
:
True #
System Exclusive
Common
System
: Clock
Real Time : Commands
X
X
X
X
:
:
:
Mes- :
sages:
:
X
X
X
X
O
X
O (120,126,127)
O (121)
X
O (123-125)
O
X
Aux
All Sound Off
Reset All Cntrls
Local ON/OFF
All Notes OFF
Active Sense
Reset
Bank Select
Data Entry
Sustain Sw
Sostenuto
Soft Pedal
Sound Controller
Effect Depth
RPN Inc,Dec
RPN LSB,MSB
Assignable Cntrl
Notes:
Mode 1 : OMNI ON , POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON ,MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF,MONO
O : Yes
X : No
CP1 Data List
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