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Yamaha CP88/CP73 Owner's Manual
Owner’s Manual
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
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symbol, within the equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electrical shock.
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testing laboratory in order that you may be sure that when
it is properly installed and used in its normal and customary manner, all foreseeable risks have been eliminated.
DO NOT modify this unit or commission others to do so
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Claims filed under the expressed warranty may be denied
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Battery Notice: This product MAY contain a small nonrechargeable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in
place. The average life span of this type of battery is
approximately five years. When replacement becomes
necessary, 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
regulated by applicable laws. Note: In some areas, the
servicer is required by law to return the defective parts.
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dispose of these parts for you.
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NOTICE: Service charges incurred due to lack of
knowledge relating to how a function or effect works
(when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered
by the manufacturer’s warranty, and are therefore the
owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully
and consult your dealer before requesting service.
NAME PLATE LOCATION: The graphic below indicates the location of the name plate. The model number,
serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on
this plate. You should record the model number, serial
number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided
below and retain this manual as a permanent record of
your purchase.
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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 regula-
tions 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 co-axial 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, CA90620
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* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
(class B)
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Responsible Party:
Address:
Telephone:
Type of Equipment:
Model Name:
Yamaha Corporation of America
6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, Calif. 90620
714-522-9011
STAGE PIANO
CP88, CP73
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.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
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Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol
within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
The above warning is located on the rear of the unit.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does
not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
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Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
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PRECAUTIONS
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
Please keep this manual in a safe and handy place for future reference.
WARNING
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury or even death from
electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other hazards. These precautions include, but are not limited
to, the following:
Power supply/Power cord
If you notice any abnormality
• Do not place the power cord near heat sources such as heaters
or radiators. Also, do not excessively bend or otherwise damage
the cord, or place heavy objects on it.
• Only use the voltage specified as correct for the instrument. The
required voltage is printed on the name plate of the instrument.
• When one of the following problems occur, immediately turn off
the power switch and disconnect the electric plug from the
outlet. Then have the device inspected by Yamaha service
personnel.
- The power cord or plug becomes frayed or damaged.
• Use only the supplied power cord/plug.
- It emits unusual smells or smoke.
• Check the electric plug periodically and remove any dirt or dust
which may have accumulated on it.
- Some object has been dropped into the instrument.
- There is a sudden loss of sound during use of the instrument.
• Be sure to connect to an appropriate outlet with a protective
grounding connection. Improper grounding can result in
electrical shock.
Do not open
• This instrument contains no user-serviceable parts. Do not
open the instrument or attempt to disassemble or modify the
internal components in any way. If it should appear to be
malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it
inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
Water warning
• Do not expose the instrument to rain, use it near water or in
damp or wet conditions, or place on it any containers (such as
vases, bottles or glasses) containing liquids which might spill
into any openings. If any liquid such as water seeps into the
instrument, turn off the power immediately and unplug the
power cord from the AC outlet. Then have the instrument
inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
• Never insert or remove an electric plug with wet hands.
Fire warning
• Do not put burning items, such as candles, on the unit.
A burning item may fall over and cause a fire.
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CAUTION
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical injury to you or others, or
damage to the instrument or other property. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Power supply/Power cord
Connections
• Do not connect the instrument to an electrical outlet using a
multiple-connector. Doing so can result in lower sound quality,
or possibly cause overheating in the outlet.
• When removing the electric plug from the instrument or an
outlet, always hold the plug itself and not the cord. Pulling by
the cord can damage it.
• Remove the electric plug from the outlet when the instrument is
not to be used for extended periods of time, or during electrical
storms.
• Before connecting the instrument to other electronic
components, turn off the power for all components. Before
turning the power on or off for all components, set all volume
levels to minimum.
• Be sure to set the volumes of all components at their minimum
levels and gradually raise the volume controls while playing the
instrument to set the desired listening level.
Handling caution
• Do not insert a finger or hand in any gaps on the instrument.
Location
• Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it
might accidentally fall over.
• Before moving the instrument, remove all connected cables, to
prevent damage to the cables or injury to anyone who might trip
over them.
• When setting up the product, make sure that the AC outlet you
are using is easily accessible. If some trouble or malfunction
occurs, immediately turn off the power switch and disconnect
the plug from the outlet. Even when the power switch is turned
off, electricity is still flowing to the product at the minimum
level. When you are not using the product for a long time, make
sure to unplug the power cord from the wall AC outlet.
• Never insert or drop paper, metallic, or other objects into the
gaps on the panel. This could cause physical injury to you or
others, damage to the instrument or other property, or
operational failure.
• Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the
instrument, and do not use excessive force on the buttons,
switches or connectors.
• Do not use the instrument/device or headphones for a long
period of time at a high or uncomfortable volume level, since
this can cause permanent hearing loss. If you experience any
hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or
destroyed.
Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use.
Even when the [
level.
] (Standby/On) switch is in standby status (display is off), electricity is still flowing to the instrument at the minimum
When you are not using the instrument for a long time, make sure you unplug the power cord from the wall AC outlet.
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NOTICE
Information
To avoid the possibility of malfunction/ damage to the
product, damage to data, or damage to other property,
follow the notices below.
 About copyrights
 Handling
• Do not use the instrument in the vicinity of a TV, radio,
stereo equipment, mobile phone, or other electric
devices. Otherwise, the instrument, TV, or radio may
generate noise. When you use the instrument along
with an application on your iPad, iPhone or iPod
touch, we recommend that you set “Airplane Mode” to
“ON” on that device in order to avoid noise caused by
communication.
• Do not expose the instrument to excessive dust or
vibrations, or extreme cold or heat (such as in direct
sunlight, near a heater, or in a car during the day) to
prevent the possibility of panel disfiguration, damage
to the internal components or unstable operation.
• Do not place vinyl, plastic or rubber objects on the
instrument, since this might discolor the panel or
keyboard.
 Maintenance
• When cleaning the instrument, use a soft and dry/
slightly damp cloth. If the panel (front, side and
bottom, excepting the controllers and the keyboard) is
dirty, wipe the dirt away using a cloth moistened with a
neutral detergent solution and tightly wrung out.
Following this, wipe away the detergent solution using
a cloth soaked in water and tightly wrung out. Do not
use paint thinners, solvents, alcohol, or chemicalimpregnated wiping cloths.
• During extreme changes in temperature or humidity,
condensation may occur and water may collect on the
surface of the instrument. If water is left, the wooden
parts may absorb the water and be damaged. Make sure
to wipe any water off immediately with a soft cloth.
 Saving data
• Edited Live set sound and settings of MENU/
SETTINGS screens are lost when you turn off the
power to the instrument. This also occurs when the
power is turned off by the Auto Power Off function
(page 21). Save the data to the instrument, or to USB
flash drive/an external device such as a computer
(page 23). However, the data saved to the instrument
may be lost due to some failure, an operation mistake,
etc. Save your important data onto USB flash drive/an
external device such as a computer (page 23). Before
using a USB flash drive, make sure to refer to page 24.
• To protect against data loss through USB flash drive
damage, we recommend that you save your important
data onto spare USB flash drive or an external device
such as a computer as backup data.
• Copying of the commercially available musical data
including but not limited to MIDI data and/or audio
data is strictly prohibited except for your personal use.
• This product incorporates and bundles contents in
which Yamaha owns copyrights or with respect to
which Yamaha has license to use others' copyrights.
Due to copyright laws and other relevant laws, you are
NOT allowed to distribute media in which these
contents are saved or recorded and remain virtually the
same or very similar to those in the product.
* The contents described above include a computer
program, Accompaniment Style data, MIDI data,
WAVE data, voice recording data, a score, score data,
etc.
* You are allowed to distribute medium in which your
performance or music production using these
contents is recorded, and the permission of Yamaha
Corporation is not required in such cases.
 About this manual
• The illustrations and LCD screens as shown in this
manual are for instructional purposes only, and may
appear somewhat different from those on your
instrument.
• iPhone, iPad, Logic Pro are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
• IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in
the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.
• Cubase is a registered trademark of Steinberg Media
Technologies GmbH.
• Ableton Live is a trademarks of Ableton AG.
• Pro Tools® is a registered trademark of Avid
Technology, Inc.
• The company names and product names in this
manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective companies.
The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc.,
may be found on or near the name plate, which is at the rear
of the unit. You should note this serial number in the space
provided below and retain this manual as a permanent
record of your purchase to aid identification in the event of
theft.
Model No.
Serial No.
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Welcome
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha CP88 or CP73.
This instrument is a Stage Piano designed especially for live performance.
Please read this Owner’s Manual carefully before using the instrument in order to take full advantage of its various
features. When you have finished reading the manual, keep it in a safe, accessible place, and refer to it when you need to
better understand an operation or function.
Accessories
• Owner’s Manual (this book)
• Power cord
• Foot pedal (FC3A)
Main Features
 Authentic acoustic- and electric-piano sounds of unparalleled quality
Building on our decades of experience in the production of stage pianos, we have meticulously adjusted the sound of
each individual key and realized perfect balance over the full length of the keyboard, creating full-bodied piano tones
ideal for solo performances and authentically rich sounds well suited for playing within an ensemble. Furthermore, by
analyzing and replicating the sound-producing mechanisms of classic electric pianos using cutting-edge technologies,
we have been able to achieve an extremely smooth response in the CP88 and CP73 keyboards.
 Weighted hammer-action keyboards
CP series employ a keyboard with a weighted hammer-action design that is virtually indistinguishable from an
acoustic piano. The CP88’s NW-GH3 (Natural Wood Graded Hammer keyboard with synthetic ebony and ivory
keytops) keyboard reproduce a touch of grand piano by giving all keys an authentic resistance that increases from the
top register to the lower. And the CP73 features a BHS (Balanced Hammer Standard) keyboard with matte black
keytops, perfect for performing as an electric piano as well.
 Design embodies high-class appearance and portability
Featuring a stylish, finely crafted aluminum exterior in a light, compact package, the CP88 and CP73 project an
exceptionally professional appearance and provide convenient portability onstage.
 User interface provides direct, intuitive control required for live performance
The three Voice sections—Piano, E.Piano and Sub—are indicated clearly on the top panel, giving you all the
controllers you need onstage, allowing you to directly adjust each parameter as you need while you play. The LED
indicator lamps show you the selected Voice, letting you fully concentrate on your performance. Moreover, you can
enhance sounds on-the-fly, adding various effects to suit your performance as you play.
 Connect with other devices and expand your performance potential
Comprehensive MIDI controls and powerful Master Keyboard features make it easy to connect and use the
instrument with software synthesizers and external MIDI devices. Moreover, the instrument has a built-in USB
Audio/MIDI interface for convenient recording functions in home and professional studios, as well as onstage
performance power.
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Contents
PRECAUTIONS ..................................................................5
NOTICE ...............................................................................7
Information..........................................................................7
Welcome...............................................................................8
Accessories ...........................................................................8
Main Features ......................................................................8
Using with a Computer
MENU LIST
28
Controls and Functions
SETTINGS LIST
33
DATA LIST
37
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Front Panel ........................................................................ 10
Settings of LCD and the indicator lamp ........... 10
Live Set......................................................................... 12
Storing a Live Set Sound ..................................... 12
Swapping Live Set Sounds .................................. 13
Copying a Live Set Sound ................................... 13
Piano section............................................................... 14
Copying a section................................................. 14
Electric Piano section ................................................ 15
Sub section .................................................................. 16
Delay section/Reverb section.................................... 16
Master EQ ................................................................... 17
Rear Panel.......................................................................... 18
Setting Up
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Power Supply .................................................................... 20
Connecting Speakers or Headphones ........................... 20
Turning On and Off......................................................... 20
Auto Power Off Function................................................ 21
Restoring the Factory Default Settings (Factory Reset) 21
Basic Structure & Display Content
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Connecting to a computer .............................................. 26
Connecting an iPhone or iPad ....................................... 27
Live Set Sound List ........................................................... 37
Voice List ........................................................................... 39
Control Change Number List ......................................... 40
MIDI................................................................................... 43
MIDI Data Format ........................................................... 44
MIDI Data Table .............................................................. 46
MIDI Implementation Chart.......................................... 50
Appendix
51
Display Messages.............................................................. 51
Troubleshooting ............................................................... 52
Specifications .................................................................... 54
Index................................................................................... 55
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Selecting Voices ................................................................ 21
Exiting from the Current Screen.................................... 21
Display Configuration ..................................................... 21
Editing File Names/Live Set Sound Names .................. 22
Saving / Loading Data
23
Saving the settings to a USB flash drive ........................ 23
Loading the settings from a USB flash drive ................ 23
Using with Other MIDI Devices
25
Controlling a synthesizer or tone generator module from
this instrument ................................................................. 25
Controlling this instrument from an external MIDI
keyboard or synthesizer................................................... 25
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Controls and Functions
Front Panel
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Live Set
(page 12)
Piano section
(page 14)
1 Pitch bend lever
 Settings of LCD and the indicator lamp
Use this controller to smoothly raise or lower the pitch of
played notes. When you release it, the lever will
automatically spring back to the original position, and
the pitch will return to normal.
The range can be set for each sections from the
[SETTINGS] button → “Controllers” → “Bend Range”
(page 36).
To make the following settings, press the [MENU]
button → “Control Panel” → “Display Lights.”
Section
For setting “Off” to light the lamps of each
section that is linked with the Voice section
[ON/OFF] switches, or “On” so that they
continuously light.
Ins Effect
For setting “Off” to light each insertion effect
lamps linked with the Insertion effect [ON/
OFF] buttons, or “On” to continuously light the
lamps.
LCD SW
Set this to “On” to light the Top screen, or “Off”
to turn off. However, regardless of this setting,
the various setting screens such as the MENU
screens and the SETTINGS screens are
always lit.
LCD
Contrast
For adjusting the contrast of the LCD.
2 Modulation lever
Use this lever to apply vibrato to the sound. The vibrato
depth can be set for each section from the [SETTINGS]
button → “Controllers” → “P.Mod Depth” (page 36).
When the “Rotary” insertion effect of the Sub section is
selected, this lever functions as a controller to switch the
rotary speed (Fast, Slow).
3 [MASTER VOLUME] knob
Use this knob to adjust the overall volume of the
instrument.
4 LCD
Displays the system messages, parameter settings, and a
range of other information depending on the function
currently being used.
5 Encoder dial/[ENTER] button
Use this dial to display the Live Set view and to edit the
currently selected parameter. In the MENU screens and
the SETTINGS screens, move the cursor (highlighted)
up or down to select an event for editing.
Also, pressing this dial is equivalent to pressing the
[ENTER] button. Use this button to determine the
selected parameter or to execute each operation.
6 [EXIT] button
The MENU screens and the SETTINGS screens are
organized according to a hierarchical structure. Press
this button to exit from the current screen and return to
the previous level in the hierarchy.
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Controls and Functions
Electric Piano section
(page 15)
Sub section
(page 16)
Delay section (page 17)
Reverb section (page 17)
Master EQ
(page 17)
7 [PANEL LOCK] button
9 [TOUCH] button
Use this button to switch the panel lock function on and
off. When this is set to “On,” control panel operations are
disabled, ensuring that settings cannot be inadvertently
changed. Pressing the button alternates between lock and
unlock. While the panel lock is engaged,
will appear
on the top left corner of the LCD display.
Displays the screen to select a curve for determining how
the actual velocities will be generated according to the
strength with which you play notes on the keyboard. The
available settings are as follows. The setting also can be
changed from the [MENU] button → “General” →
“Keyboard/Pedal” → “Touch Curve” (page 29).
NOTE
Settings
Characteristics
Normal
This curve produces velocities in direct proportion
to the strength of your keyboard playing. This is
the most common type of curve.
Soft
This curve makes it easier to produce high
velocities across the entire keyboard.
Hard
This curve makes it more difficult to produce high
velocities across the entire keyboard.
A. Live Set
B. Piano/E.Piano/Sub
C. Delay/Reverb
D. Master EQ
Wide
This curve accentuates your playing strength by
producing lower velocities in response to softer
playing and louder velocities in response to
harder playing. You can use this setting to expand
the dynamic range of your performances.
8 [TUNE] button
Fixed
This curve produces the same amount of sound
change, regardless of how hard or soft you play
the keyboard. The fixed velocity can be set from
the [MENU] button  “General”  “Keyboard/
Pedal”  “Fixed Velocity.”
Panel lock settings can be made individually for the following
areas from the [MENU] button  “Control Panel”  “Panel Lock
Settings.”
A
B
C
D
Use this button to set the tuning for the entire instrument
(414.72 – 466.78 Hz). Press the [TUNE] button, and then
use the Encoder dial to change the value.
NOTE
The default value is 440.00 Hz.
) [MENU] button
Use this button to call up the screens for making overall
system settings.
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Controls and Functions
Live Set
Live Set View
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Displays a Live Set Page (Live Set Sound [1] – [8]) in a
single screen, for convenient overall view of the available
sounds. To open the Live Set View, turn the Encoder dial
when at the Top screen. The
will appear on the left of
the currently selected Live Set Sound. To change the Live
Set Sound in Live Set View, turn the Encoder dial to
select a Live Set Sound, and press the [ENTER] button to
return to the Top screen. To have the Live Set view shown
on the Top screen, change the settings of “Live Set View
Mode” to “Keep” (page 31).
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! Live Set Sound [1] – [8] button
Use these buttons to call up the stored Live Set Sounds.
Live Set View Mode
Live Set Sound
This is a combination of Voices/effects, consisting of the
sounds of all Voice sections – Piano section (page 14),
Electric Piano section (page 15), and Sub section
(page 16) and effects of the Delay section (page 17) and
the Reverb section (page 17). You can combine sounds
and insertion effects, to create and store a custom Live
Set Sound.
The Live Set feature supports SSS (Seamless Sound
Switching), ensuring that the sound does not cut off even
when changed, resulting in smoother transitions
between Live Set Sounds and a more natural
performance.
NOTE
If you wish to mute the sound continued by the effect of SSS,
press again the currently selected Live Set Sound button.
# [STORE] button
Use this button to store the edited Live Set Sound.
Settings of the sections listed below and their parameters
can be stored. Stored settings will be retained when this
instrument is turned off.
• Piano section
• Electric Piano section
• Sub section
• Delay section
• Reverb section
• SETTINGS (includes Split Point and Transpose)
NOTE
The Master EQ settings cannot be stored in Live Set Sound.
@ PAGE [-]/[+] buttons
 Storing a Live Set Sound
Use these buttons to switch the Live Set Pages. The Live
Set Sound switches accordingly.
1. Press the [STORE] button.
Select a Live Set Sound you wish to store the
currently edited Live Set Sound setting into.
Live Set
Combines the Live Set Sounds [1] – [8] into one page.
With the default settings (factory settings), the preset
Live Set Sounds are installed in from page 1 to page 10.
Live Set Sound
Piano
2. Press the [ENTER] button to execute.
20 pages
Electric Piano
Sub
Delay
Reverb
SETTINGS
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Live Set
A “Completed.” message will appear on the screen,
and then return to the Top screen.
Controls and Functions
NOTE
If you wish to store the currently edited settings to another
Live Set Sound, use the Encoder dial to select the Live Set
Sound which is to be the store destination. Press the
keyboard to confirm that the sound has been changed to the
edited settings.
 Copying a Live Set Sound
1. Select the Live Set Sound you wish to copy.
2. Call up the Copy screen.
[MENU] button → “Job” → “Live Set Manager”→
“Copy.”
NOTICE
• Keep in mind that the settings will be overwritten
when you select an existing Live Set Sound (including
one of the preset Live Set Sounds). Proceed with
caution.
• The settings currently be edited will be lost if you
select another Live Set Sound before storing, or turn
off the power.
NOTE
• Edits made to a Live Set Sound are normally lost if not
stored before selecting a different Live Set Sound;
however, by using the “Edit Recall” function, you can recall
the last edited condition (page 32).
• You can download the preset Live Set Sounds from
Soundmondo. Soundmondo is an iOS application for
storing and managing Voice data.
• Please refer to the following Yamaha web page for more
details on Soundmondo.
http://www.yamaha.com/kbdapps/
 Swapping Live Set Sounds
3. Select the desired Live Set Sound location.
Use the Encoder dial to select the Live Set Sound
intended for the store destination, and then press the
[ENTER] button. The messages “Executing..” →
“Completed.” will appear on the screen, and then
return to the Top screen.
$ [SPLIT POINT] button
Use this button to change the Split Point. Turn the
Encoder dial or press the key you wish to assign as the
Split Point. The setting will be stored in Live Set Sound.
Split
This function allows you to play different Voices with the
left and right hands. The point on the keyboard that
separates the left hand section and the right hand section
of the keyboard is called the “Split Point.”
1. Select the Live Set Sound you wish to swap.
NOTE
2. Call up the Swap screen.
• The default setting is “G2”.
[MENU] button → “Job” → “Live Set Manager” →
“Swap.”
• The lowest note of the right hand section is referred as the
Split Point.
• The Split Point can be changed from the [SETTINGS] button
 “Function”  “Split Point” (page 33).
% [TRANSPOSE] button
3. Select a Live Set Sound.
Use the Encoder dial to select a Live Set Sound to swap,
and then press the [ENTER] button. The messages
“Executing..” → “Completed.” will appear on the screen,
and then return to the Top screen.
Use this button to adjust the pitch of the keyboard up or
down in semitone steps. The settings can be stored to the
Live Set Sound. The settings can be changed from the
[SETTINGS] button → “Function” → “Sound Transpose”
(page 33).
^ [SETTINGS] button
Use this button to call up the SETTINGS screens. In the
SETTINGS screens, you can make detailed settings for
the current selected Live Set Sound (page 33), which will
then be stored for the Live Set Sound.
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Controls and Functions
( Voice select switch
Piano section
Use this switch to select one of the Voices of the category
selected with the Voice category selector. For
information about the Voices, refer to page 39.
A
*
A Voice number display
(
B
Displays the currently selected Voice numbers.
H
C
F
D
I
Press these buttons to alternate between the keyboardsplit settings of each Voice section. The area for which
the indicator lamp is lit will sound.
NOTE
E
G
&
& Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
Use these switches to determine whether the
corresponding Voice section is enabled (ON) or not
(OFF). When these indicator lamps are lit, the
corresponding Voice sound is produced when you play
the keyboard.
 Copying a section
The settings of each Voice section can be copied with the
following operation.
1. Select the Voice section you wish to copy.
Select the Live Set Sound which contains the Voice
section you wish to copy. Press the [MENU] button →
“Job” → “Section Manager” → “Copy,” then select the
Voice section you wish to copy.
A “Section copied.” message will appear on the
screen, and then return to the Top screen.
2. Select a Voice section you wish to paste.
Select the Live Set Sound which contains the Voice
section you wish to paste the copied section. Press the
[MENU] button → “Job” → “Section Manager” →
“Paste,” then select the Voice section you wish to
paste.
A “Section pasted.” message will appear on the
screen, and then return to the Top screen.
* Voice category selector
The Voices in each Voice section are divided into four
categories. To select a Voice, select a Voice category first.
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B SPLIT [L R] button
Voice section
Voice category
Piano
Grand Piano, Upright Piano, CP,
Layered Piano
Electric Piano
Rd, Wr, Clv, DX
Sub
Pad/Strings, Organ, Chromatic Perc.,
Others
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The Split Point can be changed from the [SPLIT POINT] button
(page 13), also from the [SETTINGS]  “Function”  “Split
Point” (page 33).
C OCTAVE [-2 -1]/[+1 +2] buttons
Use these buttons to change the octave range of the
keyboard. To restore the normal octave setting, press
both buttons simultaneously.
D [VOLUME] knob
Use these knobs to adjust the volume of each Voice
section.
E [TONE] knob
Use these knobs to adjust the tone of each Voice section.
Setting the knob to the center position produces a flat,
evenly balanced sound. Turn the knob to the right
(clockwise) to boost the higher and lower ranges. Turn
the knob to the left (counter-clockwise) to cut the higher
range and the lower range.
F DAMPER RESONANCE [ON/OFF] button
Use this button to switch the damper resonance effect on
and off. This simulates the rich sound of open strings
produced when the damper pedal of a piano is pressed.
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
Use this button to apply the insertion effects.
NOTE
To more easily confirm the setting value when the display light is
turned off, you can turn the light on from the [MENU] button 
“Control Panel”  “Display Lights”  “Ins Effect” (page 30).
H Insertion effect switch button
Use this button to switch among the following effects.
The indicator lamp of the selected effect is lit.
Effect
Description
Compressor
Stereo compressor. To increase the
compressor effect, turn the [DEPTH] knob
to the right (clockwise).
Controls and Functions
Effect
Description
Effect
Description
Distortion
Monaural compressor plus distortion.
Settings from the left-most to the center of
the [DEPTH] knob applies compression.
Turning the [DEPTH] knob from the center
to right (clockwise) increases the amount of
distortion.
T.Wah
Wah responds to keyboard dynamics. Turn the
[DEPTH] knob to adjust the effect strength, and
turn the [RATE] knob to adjust the effect amount.
P.Wah
Wah synchronized to an expression pedal
connected to the FOOT CONTROLLER [2] jack.
Turn the [DEPTH] knob to adjust the amount of
distortion, and turn the [RATE] knob to adjust the
amount of resonance.
Comp
Stereo compressor. Turn the [DEPTH] knob to
adjust the effect depth, and turn the [RATE] knob
to adjust the sound volume.
Drive effect. Turning the [DEPTH] knob to
the right (clockwise) increases the amount
of distortion, with the maximum value
producing an AM radio-like tone.
Drive
Stereo chorus. Turning the [DEPTH] knob to
the right (clockwise) increases the amount
of chorus effect.
Chorus
L [DEPTH] knob
I [DEPTH] knob
Use this knob to adjust the depth of the selected effect.
Use this knob to adjust the depth of the selected effect.
M [RATE] knob
Use this knob to adjust the modulation speed of the
selected effect.
Electric Piano section
N Insertion effect switch button
Use this button to switch among the following effects.
The indicator lamp of the selected effect is lit.
A
*
(
L
M
K
G
Effect
Description
Cho 1
Traditional Yamaha multiple chorus. Turn the
[DEPTH] knob to adjust the effect depth, and turn
the [SPEED] knob to adjust the speed.
Cho 2
Simulates a thick detune chorus produced by the
vintage TX816 tone generator. Turn the [DEPTH]
knob to adjust the effect depth, and turn the
[SPEED] knob to adjust the speed.
Flang
Stereo flanger. Turn the [DEPTH] knob to adjust
the feedback amount, and turn the [SPEED] knob
to adjust the speed.
Pha 1
Phaser applies a smooth and unique sweeping
effect. The sweeping effect can be changed by
turning the [DEPTH] knob to left/right. Turn the
[SPEED] knob to adjust the speed.
Pha 2
Standard phaser. Turn the [DEPTH] knob to adjust
the effect strength. Turn the [SPPED] knob to
adjust the speed.
Pha 3
Features two different phaser systems. Turn the
[DEPTH] knob to switch the depth of “Pha 1” and
“Pha 2.” Turn the [SPEED] knob to adjust the
speed.
B
C
J
D
O
P
N
E
G
G
&
J [DRIVE] knob
Use this knob to adjust the amount of the drive effect.
Simulates the distortion produced by a tube amp.
K Insertion effect switch button
Use this button to switch among the following effects.
The indicator lamp of the selected effect is lit.
Effect
Description
A.Pan
Auto pan built into vintage electric pianos. Turn the
[DEPTH] knob to adjust the effect depth, and turn
the [RATE] knob to adjust the effect speed.
Trem
Tremolo built into vintage electric pianos. Turn the
[DEPTH] knob to adjust the effect depth, and turn
the [RATE] knob to adjust the effect speed.
O [DEPTH] knob
Ring modulator. Turn the [DEPTH] knob to adjust
the effect depth, and turn the [RATE] knob to
adjust the frequency. Depending on the settings of
the [RATE] knob, this effect also can be used as
tremolo.
P [SPEED] knob
R.Mod
Use this knob to adjust the depth of the selected effect.
Use this knob to adjust the modulation speed of the
selected effect.
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T [DEPTH] knob
Sub section
Use this knob to adjust the depth of the selected effect.
*
a [SPEED] knob
A
Q
Use this knob to adjust the modulation speed of the
selected effect.
R
Effect
(
B
C
T
E
D
a
S
G
&
Q [ATTACK] knob
Use this knob to adjust the attack time.
The CP88 and CP73 feature insertion effects and delay/
reverb effects that can be configured for each Voice
section, as well as a master EQ that affects all the Voice
sections in the same way. The illustration below shows
the audio signal path.
Piano
E. Piano
Sub
Ins. Effect
(2 systems)
Ins. Effect
(3 systems)
Ins. Effect
(1 system)
R [RELEASE] knob
Send
level
Use this knob to adjust the release time.
NOTE
Delay / Reverb
After you change a Live Set Sound, turning the [ATTACK] knob
or the [RELEASE] knob does not actually affect the sound until
their position reaches the set values of the currently selected
Live Set Sound. Until then, the value will be shown in
parentheses.
Master EQ
S Insertion effect switch button
Use this button to switch among the following effects.
The indicator lamp of the selected effect is lit.
Effect
Description
Cho/Fla
Chorus/Flanger. Turn the [DEPTH] knob to adjust
the effect depth. Turn the [SPEED] knob to adjust
the speed. Settings from the left-most to the center
of the [DEPTH] knob apply a chorus effect, while
settings from the center to the right (clockwise)
apply a flanger effect (similar to the sound of jet).
Rotary
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Rotary speaker. Turn the [DEPTH] knob to adjust
the balance between rotary speaker and horn
speaker. Turn the [SPEED] knob to adjust the
rotation speed. Turning the [DEPTH] knob to the
left applies the horn speaker, and turning to the
right applies the rotary speaker. Turning the
[SPEED] knob from the center to left decreases
the rotation speed, and turning the knob from the
center to right increases the speed. The speed can
be changed by using the Modulation lever.
Trem
Standard tremolo. Turn the [DEPTH] knob to
adjust the effect depth, and turn the [SPEED] knob
to adjust the speed.
Dist
British hard rock type distortion. Turn the [DEPTH]
knob to adjust the amount of distortion, and turn
the [SPEED] knob to adjust the presence.
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Delay section/Reverb section
e
i
b
f
g
j
d
c
h
b Effect level display switch button
Use this button to select the desired Voice sections for
adjusting the send levels to delay and reverb effects. Turn
the [DEPTH] knobs of the Delay section and the Reverb
section to adjust the send levels from each Voice section.
Controls and Functions
When all the indicator lamps of the Voice sections are lit,
the send levels from each Voice section can be adjusted
equally. When the send levels of each Voice section are
set individually, the indicator lamp of the [DEPTH] knob
is unlit. However, when the send levels are readjusted,
the indicator lamp of the [DEPTH] knob light, and the
send levels are changed from the previously set value.
 Delay section
c DELAY [ON/OFF] switch
Use this switch to determine whether to apply (ON) the
delay effect or not (OFF). Delay effects create a delayed
version of the input signal, and as such, they can be used
for many different purposes, such as creating a sense of
spaciousness or thickening a sound.
 Reverb section
h REVERB [ON/OFF] switch
Use this switch to determine whether to apply (ON) the
reverb effect or not (OFF). Reverb effects create a rich
special ambience of various performance environments,
such as a concert hall or a night club.
i [DEPTH] knob
Use this knob to adjust the depth of the reverb effect.
Also use the Effect level display switch button to adjust
the effect level individually for each Voice section.
j [TIME] knob
Use this knob to set the duration of the reverb effect
(max. 30 s).
d [Analog/Digital] switch button
Use this button to switch between the analog delay and
the digital delay. The indicator lamp of the selected effect
is lit.
Effect
Description
Analog
Typical warm sound of analog delay. Use the
[DEPTH] knob to adjust the effect depth, the
[FEEDBACK] knob to adjust the number of
repeats, and the [TIME] knob to adjust the delay
time. The maximum delay time is 800 ms.
Digital
Clean digital delay. Use the [DEPTH] knob to
adjust the effect depth, the [FEEDBACK] knob to
adjust the number of repeats, and the [TIME] knob
to adjust the delay time. The maximum delay time
is 1,486 ms.
e [DEPTH] knob
Use this knob to adjust the effect depth. Also you can
adjust the send level for each Voice section with the
Effect level display switch button.
Master EQ
l
m
o
n
k
k MASTER EQUALIZER [ON/OFF] button
Use this button to determine whether to apply (ON) the
Master EQ or not (OFF). Master EQ adjusts the overall
tone of the sound.
NOTE
f [FEEDBACK] knob
The Master EQ settings are a global control and cannot be
stored to a Live Set Sound.
Use this knob to adjust the feedback level output from
the delay that is returned to the input.
l [HIGH] knob
NOTE
The sound will be oscillated when the feedback level is set to
high levels. To reduce the oscillation, lower the feedback level, or
set the DELAY [ON/OFF] switch to OFF. If the Live Set Sound is
changed to another while the sound is still oscillating, the
controls of the delay section will not be effective in controlling the
oscillation. Press the currently selected Live Set Sound button
again to stop the oscillation.
g [TIME] knob
Use this knob to set the feedback delay time.
Use this knob to adjust the gain (-12 to +12) of the high
EQ band (5 kHz).
m [MID] knob
Use this knob to adjust the gain (-12 to +12) of the mid
EQ band (100 to 10 kHz).
n [FREQUENCY] knob
Use this knob to adjust the center frequency of the
midrange.
o [LOW] knob
Use this knob to adjust the gain (-12 to +12) of the low
EQ band (80 Hz).
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Controls and Functions
Rear Panel
1
2
4
3
5
AC outlet
USB flash drive
1 [STANDBY/ON] switch
6 MIDI [IN]/[OUT] terminals
For switching the instrument to standby or turning it on.
With a standard MIDI cable (available separately), you
can connect an external MIDI instrument, and control it
from this instrument. Likewise, you can use an external
MIDI device (such as a keyboard or sequencer) to
control the sounds on this instrument.
2 [AC IN] jack
For connecting the supplied AC power cord.
3 Music stand attachment holes
Use these two holes to attach a music stand (sold
separately).
4 USB [TO DEVICE] terminal
Use this terminal to connect a USB flash drive to this
instrument, for saving data you have created and loading
data you want to restore.
NOTE
Only USB flash drive can be recognized by this instrument. No
other USB devices (such as a hard disk drive, CD-ROM drive or
USB hub) can be used.
5 USB [TO HOST] terminal
This terminal lets you connect this instrument to a
computer, iPhone or iPad via a USB cable, allowing you
to transfer MIDI data and audio data between the
devices. Unlike MIDI, USB can handle multiple ports via
a single cable. For information about how this
instrument handles Ports, see page 25.
NOTE
• Audio data sending capability for the instrument is a maximum
two channels (one stereo channel) at a sampling rate of
44.1 kHz.
• For details on connecting an iPhone or iPad, refer to page 27.
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7 FOOT SWITCH [SUSTAIN] jack
Use this jack to connect an FC3A Foot Switch (provided)
for use as a dedicated sustain pedal.
8 FOOT SWITCH [ASSIGNABLE] jack
Use this jack to connect a separately sold foot switch
(FC4A or FC5) in order to perform a range of freely
assignable functions such as a soft pedal, sostenuto
pedal, and switching Live Set Sounds. With the default
settings, “Live Set+” is assigned.
You can assign functions from the [MENU] button →
“General” → “Keyboard/Pedal” → “Foot Switch Assign”
(page 30). Refer to page 40 for a list of the parameters
that can be assigned to this instrument.
Controls and Functions
6
7
8
9
)
!
@
#
3
FC3A, FC4A,
FC4A, FC5
FC5
External MIDI keyboard, etc.
External
synthesizer, etc.
FC7
Headphones
Mixer, etc.
Keyboard
amplifier
or
Monitor speakers
9 FOOT CONTROLLER [1]/[2] jacks
# [PHONES] jack
Use these jacks to connect a separately sold foot
controller (FC7) in order to continuously control one of
various different assignable functions by foot, such as
volume and the tone of Voice sections. With the default
settings, “Expression” is assigned to the FOOT
CONTROLLER [1], and “Pedal Wah” is assigned to the
FOOT CONTROLLER [2].
You can assign functions to the foot controller from the
[SETTINGS] button → “Controllers” → “FC1 Assign”/
“FC2 Assign.” Refer to page 40 for a list of the parameters
that can be assigned.
Use this standard 1/4" stereo audio jack to connect a pair
of headphones.
) INPUT [L/MONO]/[R] jacks/[GAIN] knob
These jacks allow you to connect an external audio
devices and mix the output of that device with that of this
instrument. Use the [GAIN] knob to adjust the volume
balance with this instrument.
CAUTION
• To prevent hearing loss, avoid using headphones at high
volumes for extended periods of time.
• Whenever connecting other audio equipment, ensure that
all devices are turned off.
NOTE
The sound output via the headphones is identical to that output
via the OUTPUT [L]/[R] jacks and the OUTPUT [L/MONO]/[R]
jacks. Furthermore, plugging in or disconnecting a set of
headphones has no effect on the sound being output via these
jacks.
! OUTPUT [L]/[R] jacks
Use these two XLR-type jacks together to output
balanced audio signals.
@ OUTPUT [L/MONO]/[R] jacks
Use these two standard 1/4" mono audio jacks together
to output unbalanced stereo signals. When using mono
output, connect only to the [L/MONO] jack.
NOTE
• Select either jack ! or @ depending on the external audio
devices to be connected.
• In case both ! and @ jacks are connected to external audio
devices, the audio signals will be output from the both jacks
simultaneously.
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Setting Up
Power Supply
Connect the ends supplied AC power cord in the
following order. Make sure the [STANDBY/ON] switch
on the instrument is set to the STANDBY position.
1. Connect the supplied power cord to the [AC
IN] jack on the instrument’s rear panel.
2. Connect the other end of the power cord to an
AC outlet.
Connecting Speakers or
Headphones
Since the instrument has no built-in speakers, you will
need to monitor the sound of the instrument by using
external equipment. Connect a set of headphones,
monitor speakers, or other playback equipment as
illustrated below. When making connections, be sure
that your cables have the appropriate ratings.
Keyboard amplifier or monitor speaker
(left)
(right)
Rear panel
Headphones
[AC IN] jack
OUTPUT
[L/MONO] jack
OUTPUT
[R] jack
[PHONES] jack
Power cord (included)
NOTE
Follow this procedure in reverse order when disconnecting the
power cord.
WARNING
• Use only the AC power cord supplied with your
instrument. The use of an inappropriate replacement can
lead to overheating or electric shock.
• The power cord supplied with your instrument must not
be used with other electrical equipment. Failure to
observe this precaution can result in damage to the
equipment or fire.
• Make sure your instrument the voltage requirement for
the country or region in which it is being used.
CAUTION
The instrument remains charged and draws a small amount
of power even when the [STANDBY/ON] switch is set to the
STANDBY position. If you intend not to use it for an
extended period of time, therefore, make sure to unplug the
power cord from the wall outlet.
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Turning On and Off
Make sure the volume settings of the instrument and
external devices such as powered speakers are turned to
the minimum before turning the power on. When
connecting the instrument to monitor speakers, turn on
the power switch of each device in the following order.
 Turning on
Turn the [MASTER VOLUME] knob of this instrument
to its minimum (left-most setting) → set the [STANDBY/
ON] switch to ON → turn the amplifier or speaker power
on.
 Turning off
Turn the [MASTER VOLUME] knob of this instrument
to its minimum (left-most setting) → turn the amplifier
or speaker power off → set the [STANDBY/ON] switch to
STANDBY.
Basic Structure & Display Content
Auto Power Off Function
The Auto Power Off function automatically turns off this
instrument after 30 minutes of inactivity. By default, this
is set to “Disable.”
 Setting the Auto Power Off function
[MENU] button → “General” → “Auto Power Off ” →
“Enable” (page 30).
NOTICE
• Since any unsaved data will be lost when the Auto Power
Off function turns off this instrument. Make sure to store
your work before this occurs.
• Depending on the instrument status, the power may not
turn off automatically, even after the specified period of
time elapses. Always turn off the power manually when
the instrument is not in use.
Restoring the Factory Default
Settings (Factory Reset)
The Factory Reset function allows you to restore this
instrument to its initial condition. To execute the factory
Reset function, press the [MENU] button → “Job” →
“Factory Reset.”
NOTICE
When the Factory Reset function is executed, all the Live
Set Sounds and the settings of MENU screens and
SETTINGS screens will be overwritten with their defaults. It
is wise, therefore, to regularly create backup copies of
important data on a USB flash drive or the like.
NOTE
Refer to page 37 for information on detailed settings of preset
Live Set Sounds.
Basic Structure & Display Content
Selecting Voices
Display Configuration
Voices are divided into three Voice sections: Piano,
Electric piano and Sub.
Use each Voice section [ON/OFF] switch to enable (ON)
or disable (OFF) the corresponding Voice section. When
the indicator lamp of the Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
is lit, the corresponding Voice will sound by playing the
keyboard. When the multiple indicator lamps are lit,
those Voices will be layered.
This section explains the Top screen which appears when
this instrument is turned on with its default settings
(factory settings).
1
2 3
Exiting from the Current
Screen
The MENU screens and the SETTINGS screens are
organized according to a hierarchical structure. Press the
[EXIT] button to move one step back to the previous
screen. Pressing the [EXIT] button several times will
return you to the Top screen — in other words, the first
one displayed when the instrument is turned on.
1 Live Set Sound number
Displays Live Set Sound “1-1” when this instrument is
turned on with default settings. You can change which
Live Set Sound automatically appears on the Top screen
by using the “Power On Sound” function (page 31).
2 Voice section
Indicates Piano section (P), Electric piano section (E),
Sub section (S), and displays the currently selected
Voices for each of these Voice sections. The Voices of the
Voice sections which are set to ON will be layered. Voices
of Voice sections which are set to OFF will not sound,
and no Voice name will be displayed.
3 Split
Indicates the current split status of each Voice section.
indicates that the Voice is assigned to a range
below the split point.
indicates that the Voice is assigned to a range above
the split point.
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Basic Structure & Display Content
Editing File Names/Live Set
Sound Names
 Editing File Names
See “Saving the settings to a USB flash drive” on page 23.
 Editing Live Set Sound Names
Select the desired Live Set Sound for which you wish to
edit the name → [SETTINGS] button → “Name” → Edit
the name → [STORE] button → [ENTER] button.
NOTE
The edited names will not be stored in this instrument unless you
perform the Store operation with the [STORE] button.
Desired character
Cursor
Use the Live Set Sound [1]/[2] buttons to move the
cursor to the position of the character you wish to edit.
Use the Encoder dial to select characters, and use the
following buttons to edit the name.
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Button/Indication
Functions
Live Set Sound [1]
Moves the cursor to left.
Live Set Sound [2]
Moves the cursor to right.
Live Set Sound [3]
Inserts a desired character at the
cursor position.
Live Set Sound [4]
Deletes the character at the cursor
position.
Live Set Sound [5]
Changes the character at the cursor
position to the desired one.
Live Set Sound [7]
Reverts all characters to unedited
name.
Live Set Sound [8]
Deletes all characters.
[ENTER]/[EXIT]
Terminates the edit operation.
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Saving / Loading Data
Saving / Loading Data
In the File screens ([MENU] button → “File”) you can transfer entire system settings and data (such as Live Sets and Live
Set Sounds) between this instrument and an external USB flash drive connected to the USB [TO DEVICE] terminal.
This section explains how to save/load the data to/from the user memory of this instrument.
Saving the settings to a USB
flash drive
Loading the settings from a
USB flash drive
1. Connect a USB flash drive to the USB [TO
NOTICE
DEVICE] terminal of this instrument.
2. Call up the File screen.
Press the [MENU] button, select “File,” and then
press the [ENTER] button.
3. Select the contents you wish to save.
The following file types can be saved to a USB flash
drive.
File type
Description
Back Up File
All data including the system
settings stored in this instrument.
Live Set All File
All the Live Set Pages stored in
this instrument.
Live Set Page File
A Live Set Page stored in this
instrument.
Live Set Sound File
A Live Set Sound stored in this
instrument.
4. Call up the Save screen.
Select “Save” and press the [ENTER] button.
The Load operation overwrites any data previously existing
in this instrument. Important data should always be saved
to a USB flash drive connected to the USB [TO DEVICE]
terminal.
1. Connect a USB flash drive to the USB [TO
DEVICE] terminal of this instrument.
2. Call up the File screen.
Press the [MENU] button, select “File,” and then
press the [ENTER] button.
3. Select the contents you wish to load from the
USB flash drive.
File type
Description
Back Up File
All data including system
settings saved to the USB flash
drive.
(Extension: .X9A)
Live Set All File
(Extension: .X9L)
Live Set Page File
(Extension: .X9P)
 Saving as a new file
Select “New File,” and then the “Save Backup File”
screen will appear. For details about how to edit file
names, refer to the “Editing the File names/Live Set
Sound names.”
A Live Set Page saved to the
USB flash drive.
The file will be loaded to the
currently selected Live Set
Page.
 Overwriting files
Select the file to be overwritten from the displayed
list.
All the Live Set Pages saved to
the USB flash drive.
Live Set Sound File
(Extension: .X9S)
A Live Set Sound saved to the
USB flash drive.
The file will be loaded to the
currently selected Live Set
Sound.
4. Select “Load” and press the [ENTER] button.
Select the folder containing the file you wish to load,
and then press the [ENTER] button.
5. Select a file in the USB flash drive.
File name edit screen
The messages “Loading..” → “Completed.” will appear
on the screen, and then return to the Top screen.
To cancel the loading operation, select “Cancel” and
press the [ENTER] button.
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Precautions when using the USB
[TO DEVICE] terminal
This instrument features a built-in USB [TO
DEVICE] terminal. When connecting a USB device
to the terminal, be sure to handle the USB device
with care. Follow the important precautions below.
NOTE
For more information about the handling of USB devices, refer
to the owner’s manual of the USB device.
 Compatible USB devices
Only USB memory devices of the flash drive variety can
be used with this instrument. Furthermore, this
instrument does not necessarily support all
commercially available USB flash drives, and Yamaha
cannot guarantee normal operation with every such
device on the market. Before purchasing a USB flash
drive for use with this instrument, therefore, please visit
the following web page to confirm whether or not it is
supported:
http://download.yamaha.com/
Although USB devices 2.0 to 3.0 can be used on this
instrument, the amount of time for saving to or loading
from the USB device may differ depending on the type
of data or the status of the instrument.
NOTE
The rating of the USB [TO DEVICE] terminal is a maximum of
5V/500mA. Do not connect USB devices having a rating above
this, since they can cause damage to the instrument itself.
 Connecting a USB device
When connecting a USB device to the USB [TO
DEVICE] terminal, make sure that the connector on
the device is appropriate and that it is connected in the
proper direction.
 Formatting a USB flash drive
Certain types of flash drive must be formatted before
they can be used with this instrument. Whenever you
plug such a device into the USB [TO DEVICE]
terminal, and a “Connect USB device” message is
shown prompting you to format it, do so.
NOTICE
The format operation overwrites any previously existing
data. Make sure that the USB flash drive you are
formatting does not contain important data.
 Write protection
To prevent important data from being inadvertently
erased, apply the write-protect provided with each USB
flash drive. If you are saving data to the USB flash drive,
make sure to disable write-protect.
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 Removing USB flash drives
Before removing a USB flash drive from the USB [TO
DEVICE] terminal, ensure that this instrument is not
currently accessing it in order to save, delete or load
data.
NOTICE
Make sure to avoid excessive repeated connecting/
disconnecting of USB flash drives. Failing to follow this
may cause this instrument to freeze and stop operating.
In addition, a USB flash drive should never be removed
before it has been fully mounted or while it is being
accessed by this instrument in order to load or save
data. Data on the USB flash drive or on the instrument
itself may be corrupted as a result of such action, and
there is also a danger that the USB flash drive could be
permanently damaged.
Using with Other MIDI Devices
Using with Other MIDI Devices
By using standard MIDI cables (sold separately), you can connect other MIDI devices such as synthesizers and sound
modules to this instrument via its MIDI [IN]/[OUT] terminals. This type of connection allows you to exchange MIDI
data with these devices.
The MIDI [IN]/[OUT] terminals and the USB [TO HOST] terminal can be used for MIDI data transmission/reception.
The illustrations below show examples of how to use the MIDI [IN]/[OUT] terminals.
NOTE
For instructions on setting the MIDI Port, refer to page 28.
Controlling a synthesizer or
tone generator module from
this instrument
This connection lets you play the sounds of an external
MIDI tone generator (synthesizer, tone generator
module, etc.) from this instrument’s keyboard. Use this
connection as well when you wish to have both
instruments sound.
MIDI [IN] terminal
Synthesizer or tone generator module, etc.
MIDI [OUT] terminal
MIDI transmit and receive channels
Make sure to match the MIDI transmit channel of the
external MIDI instrument with the MIDI receive
channel of this instrument. For details on setting the
MIDI transmit channel of the external MIDI instrument,
refer to the owner’s manual of that instrument. You can
check and change the settings of MIDI receive channel of
this instrument from the [MENU] button → “General” →
“MIDI Settings” → “MIDI Channel” → “Rx.”
If you wish to sound only the external MIDI instrument,
turn down the master volume of this instrument, or set
the “Local Control” to “Off ” from the [MENU] button →
“General” → “Local Control” (page 30).
For information on how to set the MIDI Receive
Channel of the external MIDI instrument, refer to the
owner’s manual of that particular MIDI instrument.
MIDI channels and MIDI ports
CP88
Controlling this instrument
from an external MIDI
keyboard or synthesizer
Use an external MIDI keyboard or synthesizer to
remotely select and play the Voices of this instrument.
MIDI [IN] terminal
MIDI data is assigned to one of sixteen channels, but this
sixteen-channel limit can be overcome by using separate
MIDI “ports,” each supporting sixteen channels. This
instrument uses two MIDI ports for the following
applications.
 Port 1
The tone generator block in this instrument can
recognize and use only this port. When playing this
instrument as a tone generator from the external MIDI
instrument or computer, you should set the MIDI Port to
1 on the connected MIDI device or computer.
CP73
MIDI [OUT] terminal
Synthesizer or tone generator module, etc.
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Using with a Computer
 Port 2
This port is used as the MIDI Thru Port, allowing you to
re-transmit MIDI data received by this instrument to an
external MIDI device. This is useful, for example, when
you want to connect an external MIDI device not having
a USB terminal to a computer via this instrument, and so
on. When you use this port, set “MIDI” to “Off ” and
“USB” to “On” from the [MENU] button → “General” →
“MIDI Settings” → “MIDI Port.”
The MIDI data received via the USB [TO HOST]
terminal will be re-transmitted to an external MIDI
device via the MIDI [OUT] terminal. The MIDI data
received via the MIDI [IN] terminal will be retransmitted to an external MIDI device via the USB [TO
HOST] terminal.
When using a USB connection, make sure to match the
MIDI transmit port and the MIDI receive port as well as
the MIDI transmit channel and the MIDI receive
channel. Make sure to set the MIDI port of the external
device connected to this instrument according to the
above information.
Using with a Computer
By connecting this instrument to your computer, you can use DAW or sequence software on the computer to create your
own original songs and record complex arrangements.
DAW
The acronym DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) refers
to music software for recording, editing and mixing
audio and MIDI data. The main DAW applications
include Cubase, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, and Pro Tools.
Here are some of the creative options you can explore
when connecting this instrument to a computer:
• Use the instrument as an external sound source and/or
MIDI keyboard for a DAW application.
• Record yourself playing this instrument in MIDI or
audio format to a DAW application.
Connecting to a computer
A USB cable and the Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver are
necessary to connect this instrument to the computer.
Follow the instructions below. Note that both audio data
and MIDI data can be transmitted through a USB cable.
The following describes how this type of connection can
be established:
1. Download the latest Yamaha Steinberg USB
Driver from our website.
After clicking the Download button, extract the
compressed file.
http://download.yamaha.com/
NOTE
• Information on system requirements is also available at
the above website.
• The Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver may be revised and
updated without prior notice. Make sure to check and
download the latest version from the above site.
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2. Install the Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver to
the computer.
For instructions on installing, refer to the online
Installation Guide included in the downloaded file
package. When connecting this instrument to a
computer, connect the USB cable to the USB [TO
HOST] terminal of this instrument and the USB
terminal of the computer as shown below.
USB terminal
USB [TO HOST] terminal
USB cable
3. Set the MIDI port of this instrument.
[MENU] button → “General” → “MIDI Settings” →
“MIDI Port” → “USB” → “On.”
Using with a Computer
Precautions when using the USB [TO
HOST] terminal
When connecting the computer to the USB [TO
HOST] terminal, make sure to observe the following
points. Failing to do so risks freezing the computer
and corrupting or losing the data. If the computer or
the instrument freezes, restart the application
software or the computer OS, or turn the power to
the instrument off and then on again.
NOTICE
• Use an AB type USB cable. Do not use a USB 3.0
cable.
• Before connecting the computer to the USB [TO
HOST] terminal, exit from any power-saving mode of
the computer (such as suspend, sleep, standby).
• Before turning on the power to the instrument,
connect the computer to the USB [TO HOST]
terminal.
• Execute the following before turning the power to the
instrument on/off or plugging/unplugging the USB
cable to/from the USB [TO HOST] terminal.
- Quit any open application software on the
computer.
- Make sure that data is not being transmitted from
the instrument. (Note that even playing a key
causes data to be sent.)
Connecting an iPhone or iPad
NOTE
In order to eliminate the risk of noise from other communication
when using this instrument with an iPad or iPhone app, be sure
to turn on Airplane Mode and then turn on Wi-Fi.
NOTICE
Be sure to place your iPad or iPhone on a stable surface to
prevent it from falling over and being damaged.
Apps compatible with this instrument provide many
more convenient and creative ways to enjoy music with
it. For details on how to connect the devices, refer to the
“iPhone/iPad Connection Manual,” which is available
from the Yamaha website.
iPhone/iPad Connection Manual
This is downloadable from the Yamaha Downloads
website:
http://download.yamaha.com/
Details of compatible smart devices and apps can be
found on the following page at the Yamaha website.
http://www.yamaha.com/kbdapps/
• When making computer connections, make sure that
at least six seconds elapses between the time you
turn this instrument on/off and you connect/
disconnect the USB cable.
USB Audio
USB Audio receiving/sending capability for the
instrument is a maximum 2 channels (1 stereo channel)
at a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz. The input signal from the
USB [TO HOST] terminal is output via the OUTPUT
[L]/[R] jacks (XLR type connector), the OUTPUT [L/
MONO]/[R] jacks and the [PHONES] jack.
The input level can be adjusted from the [MENU] button
→ “General → “USB Audio Volume.”
The audio signal output via the USB [TO HOST]
terminal is identical to the audio signal output via the
OUTPUT [L]/[R] jacks (XLR type connector), the
OUTPUT [L/MONO]/[R] jacks, and the [PHONES]
jack.
NOTE
The audio signal input via the INPUT [L/MONO]/[R] jacks is
output only from the OUTPUT [L]/[R] jacks (XLR type
connector), the OUTPUT [L/MONO]/[R] terminal, and the
[PHONES] jack of this instrument, and is not sent via the USB
[TO HOST] terminal.
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MENU LIST
From the [MENU] button, you can configure various parameters and functions over the whole system of this instrument.
The settings will be stored in this instrument.
Operation
1. Press the [MENU] button.
2. Use the Encoder dial and the [ENTER] button to call up the item you wish to edit.
3. Use the Encoder dial to change the value or settings.
4. Press the [ENTER] button to execute the settings. The display will return to the Top screen.
General
Function name
Description
Master Tune
Determines the tuning for the entire instrument.
Settings: 414.72 Hz – 466.78 Hz
Default: 440.00 Hz
MIDI Settings
MIDI Port
USB
Determines whether to use (On) the USB [TO HOST] terminal as the input/
output ports for MIDI message, or not (Off).
Default: On
NOTE
The USB port 1 will be used when this is set to “On”.
MIDI
Determines whether to use (On) the MIDI [IN]/[OUT] terminals as the
input/output ports for MIDI messages, or not (Off). When this is set to “On,”
the terminals will be enabled. When this is set to “Off,” MIDI messages
received via the MIDI terminals will be output to USB port 2. MIDI messages
received via USB port 2 will be output to the MIDI terminals.
Default: On
MIDI Channel
Tx
Determines the MIDI transmit channel. When this is set to “Off,” MIDI
messages are not transmitted.
Settings: 1 – 16, Off
Default: 1
Rx
Determines the MIDI receive channel. When this is set to “All,” MIDI
messages will be received over all channels.
Settings: 1 – 16, All
Default: 1
MIDI Control
Determines how the instrument performs and responds to MIDI control.
When this is set to “On,” control change messages dedicated to the CP88 and
CP73 will be transmitted from the effective controls, allowing you to control
DAW software or an external MIDI device from this instrument. When these
messages are received (for example, from DAW playback), the settings of the
relevant, corresponding controls will be changed. Controls that can be
changed are indicated by the lit knobs and switches.
When this is set to “Invert,” control change messages from the sections not
being used can be transmitted or received. For example, when you’ve created a
Live Set Sound of Piano and Strings from DAW software, you can assign the
Sub section controls to affect the volume or filter of a strings instrument in
DAW software.
Default: Off
NOTE
Control change messages corresponding to the controls of this instrument cannot
be changed. If you wish to re-assign specific parameters of DAW software for
control, set them up on your computer (page 26).
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MENU LIST
Function name
MIDI Settings
Description
MIDI Control
 MIDI Control = On
Control change messages from the enabled controls of this instrument can be
transmitted or received.
NOTE
Since the control lights will be lit according to the settings of “Display Lights”
(page 30), even when the Voice section [ON/OFF] switches or the Insertion effect
[ON/OFF] buttons are set to OFF, the control change messages will be transmitted
or received.
 MIDI Control = Off
Control change messages cannot be transmitted or received, regardless of the
state of the controls.
 MIDI Control = Invert
The section lamps are lit and all controls are enabled. Control change
messages can be transmitted or received, only when the Voice section [ON/
OFF] switches are set to OFF.
NOTE
When this is set to “Invert,” the section lamps are automatically lit, so the “Display
Lights” (“Section” and “Ins Effect” only) settings cannot be made.
Tx/Rx Pgm Change
Determines whether transmission/reception of program change messages
between this instrument and external MIDI devices is enabled (On) or
disabled (Off).
Default: On
Tx/Rx Bank Select
Determines whether transmission/reception of bank select messages between
this instrument and external MIDI devices is enabled (On) or disabled (Off).
Default: On
Controller Reset
Determines the status of the controllers (Modulation lever, Foot Controller,
etc.) when switching between Live Set Sounds. When this is set to “Hold,” the
controllers are kept at the current setting. When this is set to “Reset,” the
controllers are reset to the default states (below).
• Pitch Bend: Center
• Modulation lever: Minimum
• Expression: Maximum
• Pedal Wah: Minimum
Default: Reset
Keyboard/
Pedal
Octave
Shifts the octave range of the keyboard up or down.
Settings: -3 – +3
Default: +0
Transpose
Transposes the pitch of the keyboard up or down in semitones.
Settings: -12 – +12
Default: +0
Touch Curve
Determines how actual note velocities will be generated and transmitted
according to the strength of your playing.
Settings: Normal, Soft, Hard, Wide, Fixed
Default: Normal
Fixed Velocity
Use this function to send a fixed velocity to the tone generator regardless of
how strongly or softly you play the keyboard. This parameter is only available
if you select the “Fixed” Touch Curve above.
Settings: 1 – 127
Default: 64
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MENU LIST
Function name
Keyboard/
Pedal
Description
Sustain Pedal Type
Determines which type of foot switch connected to the FOOT SWITCH
[SUSTAIN] jack is recognized. Select “FC3A (HalfOn)” when you wish to use
half-damper playing techniques.
Settings: FC3A (HalfOn), FC3A (HalfOff), FC4A/FC5
Default: FC3A (HalfOn)
Foot Switch Assign
Determines the Control Change number generated by using the Footswitch
connected to the FOOT SWITCH [ASSIGNABLE] jack. Keep in mind that if
the same MIDI Control Change messages set here are received from an
external device, the internal tone generator also responds to those messages as
if the Footswitch of the instrument itself was used.
Default: Live Set +
Local Control
Determines local control on and off. When “Off ” is selected, this instrument’s
tone generator is essentially disconnected from its controllers, and no sound
will be produced in response to playing of the keyboard. This instrument
does, however, continue to transmit MIDI messages when “Local Control” has
been set to “Off,” and the tone generator will continue to produce sound in
response to received MIDI messages.
Default: On
USB Audio Volume
Determines the output level of the USB Audio.
Settings: 0 – 127
Default: 64
Auto Power Off
Determines whether to set the Auto Power Off function to “Enable” or
“Disable.”
Default: Disable
Control Panel
Function name
Panel Lock Settings
Description
Live Set
Piano/E.Piano/Sub
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the panel lock for each of
the categories listed at left.
Default: On
Delay/Reverb
Master EQ
Display Lights
Section
Determines whether or not the lighting of the indicator lamps for the Piano,
Electric piano, Sub, Delay, Reverb sections is linked with each section’s [ON/
OFF] switches. When “Off ” is selected, the corresponding lamps are linked
with each of the [ON/OFF] switches; when “On” is selected, the indicator
lamps will always be lit. When “MIDI Control” is set to “On,” the transmit/
receive settings of control change messages will be changed according to the
state of the indicator lamps (page 28).
Default: Off
Ins Effect
Determines whether or not the lighting of the indicator lamps of insertion
effects contained in Voice sections is linked with each Insertion effect’s [ON/
OFF] buttons. When “Off ” is selected, the corresponding indicator lamps are
linked with each of the [ON/OFF] buttons; when “On” is selected, the
indicator lamps will always be lit.
Default: Off
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MENU LIST
Function name
Display Lights
Description
LCD SW
Determines whether to show (On) or not show (Off) the Top screen. The
various setting screens such as the MENU screens and the SETTINGS screens
are always shown regardless of this setting.
Default: On
LCD Contrast
Adjusts the contrast of this instrument’s LCD.
Settings: 1 – 63
Default: 32
Advanced Settings
Section Hold
When this is set to “Enable,” you can select another Live Set Sound and still
maintain (hold) selected settings of the currently selected Live Set Sound. To
maintain the settings of the desired sections, press and hold the section [ON/
OFF] switches until the corresponding indicator lamp flashes. To release
Section Hold, press the section [ON/OFF] switches again.
For example, to fix the reverb settings during your performance regardless of
the Live Set Sound, set “Section Hold” to “Enable” and then push and hold the
Reverb section [ON/OFF] switch.
Default: Disable
Live Set View Mode
Determines whether to maintain the Live Set View (Keep) or return to the Top
screen (Close) when switching between Live Set Sounds. When this is set to
“Keep,” eight sets of Live Set Sounds are displayed in one screen.
Default: Close
Value Indication
Determines whether to display (On) the values of each knobs on LCD, or not
(Off).
Default: On
SW Direction
Determines whether to operate the Voice select switches in ascending order
(Default) or in descending order (Reverse).
Default: Default
Power On Sound
Determines which Live Set Sound is automatically shown on the Top screen
when this instrument is turned on.
Default: 1-1
MIDI Device Number
Determines the MIDI device numbers. The device number of this instrument
must match the device number of the external MIDI device when
transmitting/receiving bulk data, parameter changes or other system exclusive
messages.
Settings: 1 – 16, All, Off
Default: All
Job
Function name
Live Set Manager
Description
Swap
Swaps the currently selected Live Set Sound with an arbitrary Live Set Sound.
Copy
Copies the currently selected Live Set Sound and paste it onto arbitrary Live
Set Page and the position.
Initialize
Resets the currently selected Live Set Sound to its default value.
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MENU LIST
Function name
Section Manager
Description
Copy
Paste
Piano
Copies the settings of the currently selected Piano section.
E.Piano
Copies the settings of the currently selected Electric piano section.
Sub
Copies the settings of the currently selected Sub section.
Piano
Pastes the settings of the previously copied Voice section. This function
cannot be executed when no Voice section has been previously copied or
when a different Voice section is selected as the paste destination.
E.Piano
Sub
Edit Recall
Recall
If, while editing a Live Set Sound you have not yet stored, you select a different
Live Set Sound and then return to the one being edited, the latest stored
version will be selected. Using this function, you can restore your latest edits
and keep them intact.
NOTICE
Keep in mind that all of your latest edits (unsaved) will be lost when this instrument
is turned off.
Menu Initialize
Resets the settings of MENU screens to the default values.
Factory Reset
Restores this instrument to its default (factory) condition.
File
Function name
Back Up File
Live Set All File
Live Set Page File
Live Set Sound File
File Utility
Description
Save
Saves all the data stored in this instrument including the system settings to a
USB flash drive as a “Back Up File” (with the extension: .X9A).
Load
Loads the data saved as a “Back Up File” from a USB flash drive.
Save
Saves all the Live Set data stored in this instrument to a USB flash drive as a
“Live Set All File” (with the extension: .X9L).
Load
Loads the data saved as a “Live Set All File” from a USB flash drive.
Save
Saves a Live Set Page stored in this instrument to a USB flash drive as a “Live
Set Page File” (with the extension: .X9P).
Load
Loads the data saved as a “Live Set Page File” from a USB flash drive.
Save
Saves a Live Set Sound stored in this instrument to a USB flash drive as “Live
Set Sound File” (with the extension: .X9S).
Load
Loads the data saved as a “Live Set Sound File” from a USB flash drive.
Rename
Renames a file name in a USB flash drive.
Delete
Deletes a file in a USB flash drive.
Format
Initializes a USB flash drive.
NOTICE
When a USB flash drive is formatted, all of its content will be deleted. Because of
this, make sure before formatting that the USB flash drive contains no
irreplaceable data.
Version Info
Shows the versions of this instrument’s boot loader and firmware as well as the owner of the copyright for this instrument.
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SETTINGS LIST
From the [SETTINGS] button, you can configure and store the various settings of the currently selected Live Set Sound.
The settings will be stored in this instrument.
Operation
1. Press the [SETTINGS] button.
2. Use the Encoder dial and the [ENTER] button to call up the item you wish to edit.
3. Use the Encoder dial to change the value or settings.
4. Press the [ENTER] button to execute the settings. The display will return to the Top screen.
Function
Function name
Description
Sound Transpose
Transposes the pitch in semitones.
Settings: -12 – +12
Default: +0
NOTE
This setting does not affect the MIDI output data.
Split Point
Determines the note that separates (splits) the left hand section and the right
hand section. The Split Point is the lowest note of the right hand section.
Settings: C#-2 – G8
Default: G2
Master Keyboard
With the Master Keyboard function, you can configure this instrument for use as a master keyboard, for complex live
performance features. It allows the keyboard to be split into as many as four different zones, each of which can control
separate sounds of an external tone generator. For example, you can make a Live Set Sound combining Voices from this
instrument and the external tone generators, or Live Set Sound composed with Voices of external tone generators only.
Internal
tone generator
External
tone generator
(Zone)
Piano
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
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Function name
Description
Mode SW
Switches the Master Keyboard Mode settings. When “On” is selected, the
Master Keyboard Mode is enabled, and the
indication appears on the
Live Set screen.
Default: Off
Advanced Zone SW
Switches the setting range of Master Keyboard Mode. When “On” is selected,
you can make detailed settings.
Default: Off
NOTE
When “Off” is selected, the detailed settings will not be displayed.
Zone Settings
Zone Switch
*: Detailed settings
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the currently selected
zone.
Default: On
Tx Channel
Determines the MIDI transmit channel for the currently selected zone.
Settings: 1 – 16
Default: 1
Octave Shift
Shifts the pitch of the currently selected zone in units of one octave.
Settings: -3 – +3
Default: +0
Transpose
Transposes the pitch of the currently selected zone in semitone units.
Settings: -11 – +11
Default: +0
Note Limit Low
Determines the lowest key in the currently selected zone.
Default: C -2
Note Limit High
Determines the highest key in the currently selected zone.
Default: G8
Bank MSB*
Determines the Bank Select MSB to be sent as a MIDI message from the
currently selected zone to the corresponding external instrument upon
selection of a Live Set Sound.
Default: 0
Bank LSB*
Determines the Bank Select LSB to be sent as a MIDI message from the
currently selected zone to the corresponding external instrument upon
selection of a Live Set Sound.
Default: 0
Program Change*
Determines the Program Change Number to be sent as a MIDI message from
the currently selected zone to the corresponding external instrument upon
selection of the Live Set Sound.
Default: 1
Volume*
Determines the volume of the external instrument corresponding to the
currently selected zone upon selection of the Live Set Sound.
Default: 100
Pan*
Determines the stereo panning of the external instrument corresponding to
the currently selected zone upon selection of the Live Set Sound.
Default: C
Tx SW Note*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI note
messages from the currently selected zone to the corresponding external
instrument.
Default: On
Tx SW Bank*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
Bank Select messages from the currently selected zone to the corresponding
external instrument.
Default: On
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Function name
Zone Settings
Description
Tx SW Program*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
Program Change messages to the external instrument corresponding to the
currently selected zone.
Default: On
Tx SW Volume*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
Volume messages to the external instrument corresponding to the currently
selected zone.
Default: On
Tx SW Pan*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI Pan
messages to the external instrument corresponding to the currently selected
zone.
Default: On
Tx SW PB*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
Pitch Bend messages to the external instrument corresponding to the
currently selected zone.
Default: On
Tx SW MOD*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
Modulation messages to the external instrument corresponding to the
currently selected zone.
Default: On
Tx SW Sustain*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
Sustain messages to the external instrument corresponding to the currently
selected zone.
Default: On
Tx SW FS*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
messages from the footswitch to the external instrument corresponding to the
currently selected zone.
Default: On
Tx SW FC1*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
messages from FOOT CONTROLLER [1] to the external instrument
corresponding to the currently selected zone.
Default: On
Tx SW FC2*
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the sending of MIDI
messages from FOOT CONTROLLER [2] to the external instrument
corresponding to the currently selected zone.
Default: On
Advanced Mode
The Advanced Mode lets you use the Voice select switch to select any Voice from any Voice section, no matter the
category. For example, you can combine a Voice of Piano section and Wah (insertion effect) of Electric piano section, or
make one Voice to be layered.
Function name
Advanced Mode SW
Description
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Determines whether to enable (On) or disable (Off) the Advanced Mode for
each Voice section. When this is set to “On,” the
indication appears on
the Top screen.
Default: Off
NOTE
When this is set to “On,” the Voice number will not be displayed on the Voice
number display, but the Voice name will be displayed on the LCD.
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SETTINGS LIST
Controllers
Function name
Bend Range
Description
Piano
Determines the maximum Pitch Bend Range in semitones for each Voice
section.
E.Piano
Settings: -24 – +0 – +24
Default: +2
Sub
P.Mod Depth
Piano
Determines the depth of vibrato effect on keyboard sound. This can be set
individually for each Voice section.
E.Piano
Settings: 0 – 127
Piano/E.Piano default: 0
Sub
Sub default: 10
NOTE
Since the vibrato effect is disabled when a “Rotary” effect of the Sub section is
selected, this setting will also be disabled.
FC1 Assign
MIDI control change numbers produced by operating a foot controller (sold
separately) connected via the FOOT CONTROLLER [1] jack.
Default: 11 (Expression)
FC2 Assign
MIDI control change numbers produced by operating a foot controller (sold
separately) connected via the FOOT CONTROLLER [2] jack.
Default: 4 (Pedal Wah)
Receive SW
Expression
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Sustain
Determines whether to recognize (On) or ignore (Off) the corresponding
MIDI messages received by each Voice section from external devices or the
MIDI messages produced by operating a foot switch and foot controller.
Default: On
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Sostenuto
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Soft
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Name
Edits the names of Live Set Sounds. For detailed instructions on editing, refer to “Editing File Names/Live Set Sound
Names” (page 22) .
NOTE
To store the edited names, you’ll need to use the Store operation (page 12).
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Live Set Sound List
No
1
1
Natural CFX
G2
1
2
NaturalImperial
G2
1
3
Jazz S700
G2
1
4
Rock Upright
G2
1
5
Simple 78
G2
1
6
Funky Tines
G2
1
7
Tremolo Wr
G2
1
8
Clavi B Amped
G2
2
1
CFX+DX Legend
G2
2
2
A.Bass/78Rd
G2
2
3
80s El Grand
G2
2
4
Brite Pop 8ve
G2
2
5
E.Bass/78Rd
G2
2
6
Driven Wr+Pad
G2
2
7
Imperial + Str
G2
2
8
Ghostly U1
G2
3
1
Rock Grand
G2
3
2
S700 + Pad
G2
3
3
MonoCmp CFX
G2
3
4
Lo Fi Grand
G2
3
5
Piano Grind Pad
G2
3
6
Name
Split
Section
Point
BANK
Lush Love
G2
MSB
LSB
PC
BANK
No
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
CFX
Imperial
S700
U1
78Rd
75Rd Funky
Wr Warm
Clavi B
CFX
DX Legend
U1
78Rd
A.Bass
CP80 1
Digi Piano
DX Legend
OB Strings
78Rd
E.Bass
Wr Warm
Warm Strings
Imperial
Section Str
U1
Wr Warm
CFX
S700
OB Strings
CFX
CFX
Piano Synth
63
0
1
3
7
Big S700
G2
63
0
2
3
8
Piano Scape
G2
63
0
3
4
1
Compressed CFX
G2
63
0
4
4
2
Kinda Squashed
G2
63
0
5
4
3
Layered CFX
G2
63
0
6
4
4
Chorus CFX
G2
63
0
7
4
5
Upright
G2
63
0
8
4
6
A Tacky Piano
G2
63
1
1
4
7
HonkyTonk Piano
G2
63
1
2
4
8
Old Record
G2
63
1
3
5
1
Case 73
G2
63
1
4
5
2
Chimin' Tines
G2
63
1
5
5
3
Slow Phase
G2
63
1
6
5
4
73 Tines OD
G2
63
1
7
5
5
Fast Phaser
G2
63
1
8
5
6
Ampy Funk
G2
63
2
1
5
7
Wet Phase
G2
63
2
2
5
8
78 & Pad
G2
63
2
3
6
1
Wr Bright
G2
63
2
4
6
2
Wr Comp
G2
63
2
5
6
3
Clavi B
G2
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
73Rd
Mellow Pad
Imperial
78Rd
Brightness
63
2
6
6
4
Name
Split
Section
Point
Voice Name
Driven S
G2
Voice Name
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
S700
73Rd
OB Strings
Imperial
DX Legend
Mellow Pad
CFX
Imperial
CFX
75Rd Funky
Mellow Pad
CFX
U1
SU7
75Rd Funky
Brightness
U1
U1
73Rd
Digi Piano
78Rd
Glocken
73Rd
73Rd
75Rd Funky
75Rd Funky
78Rd
78Rd
Mellow Pad
Wr Bright
Wr Warm
-
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Clavi B
Clavi S
-
MSB
LSB
PC
63
2
7
63
2
8
63
3
1
63
3
2
63
3
3
63
3
4
63
3
5
63
3
6
63
3
7
63
3
8
63
4
1
63
4
2
63
4
3
63
4
4
63
4
5
63
4
6
63
4
7
63
4
8
63
5
1
63
5
2
63
5
3
63
5
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Name
Split
Section
Point
BANK
No
6
5
Clavi Wah Dist
G2
6
6
Squeeze B
G2
6
7
Long Chorus S
G2
6
8
Rock Wr w/Ba
G2
7
1
CP80 Comp
G2
7
2
Natural CP80
G2
7
3
Chorus Legend
G2
7
4
Chorus FTine
G2
7
5
Chorus 7II
G2
7
6
Legend + Pad
G2
7
7
SynBass/DXEP
G2
7
8
Digi DX Pads
G2
8
1
Bright Bars
G2
8
2
All Bars Out
G2
8
3
PipeOrgan1
G2
8
4
PipeOrgan2
G2
8
5
The Red Combo
G2
8
6
Italian Combo
G2
8
7
Aggro Syn Pad
G2
8
8
RdBa/60sCombo
G2
9
1
Strings1
G2
9
2
Strings2
G2
9
3
Synth Pad1
G2
9
4
Synth Pad2
G2
9
5
Vibraphone
G2
9
6
Nice Bell
G2
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
CP88/CP73 Owner’s Manual
Name
Split
Section
Point
Voice Name
MSB
LSB
PC
BANK
No
Clavi B
Clavi B
Clavi S
Digi Piano
Wr Bright
E.Bass
CP80 1
CP80 2
DX Legend
DX FTine
Mellow Pad
DX 7 II
DX Legend
OB Strings
DX Mellow
Syn Bass
Digi Piano
DX Legend
Mellow Pad
Bright Bars
All Bars Out
Pipe Organ 1
Pipe Organ 2
60s Combo
Compact
78Rd
Panther
78Rd
60s Combo
Natural Str
Section Str
Mellow Pad
Warm Strings
Vibraphone
Nice Bell
63
5
5
9
7
Syn Brass
G2
63
5
6
9
8
Syn Lead1
G2
63
5
7
10
1
Harpsichord
G2
63
5
8
10
2
Electric Harpsi
G2
63
6
1
10
3
Pipes Rd PBMW
G2
63
6
2
10
4
Funky w/RdBass
G2
63
6
3
10
5
Rough Lead
G2
63
6
4
10
6
Clavi Syn Wah
G2
63
6
5
10
7
Chimin' Crs
G2
63
6
6
10
8
Brite Pop
G2
63
6
7
63
6
8
63
7
1
63
7
2
63
7
3
63
7
4
63
7
5
63
7
6
63
7
7
63
7
8
63
8
1
63
8
2
63
8
3
63
8
4
63
8
5
63
8
6
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
Voice Name
Syn Brass
78Rd
Syn Lead 1
Harpsichord
Harpsichord
Digi Piano
78Rd
Pipe Organ 2
CP80 1
78Rd
Marimba
CP80 2
78Rd
Back Pad
Clavi B
Syn Lead 1
Digi Piano
75Rd Funky
Glocken
Digi Piano
DX Legend
OB Strings
MSB
LSB
PC
63
8
7
63
8
8
63
9
1
63
9
2
63
9
3
63
9
4
63
9
5
63
9
6
63
9
7
63
9
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DATA LIST
Voice List
Section
PIANO
Category
Grand Piano
CC Value
CFX
1
02
Imperial
2
03
S700
3
04
Digi Piano
4
Upright Piano
01
U1
5
02
SU7
6
CP
01
CP80 1
7
02
CP80 2
8
Rd
Wr
Clv
DX
SUB
Voice
01
Special Piano
E.PIANO
No.
Pad/Strings
Organ
Chromatic Perc.
Others
01
Piano Strings
9
02
Piano Synth
10
01
78Rd
11
02
75Rd Funky
12
03
73Rd
13
01
Wr Warm
14
02
Wr Bright
15
01
Clavi B
16
02
Clavi S
17
03
Harpsichord
18
01
DX Legend
19
02
DX Woody
20
03
DX FTine
21
04
DX 7 II
22
05
DX Mellow
23
06
DX Crisp
24
01
Mellow Pad
25
02
Spectrum
26
03
Back Pad
27
04
Air Choir
28
05
Natural Str
29
06
Warm Strings
30
07
OB Strings
31
08
Section Str
32
01
Bright Bars
33
02
Click Organ
34
03
Draw Organ 1
35
04
All Bars Out
36
05
Draw Organ 2
37
06
60s Combo
38
07
Compact
39
08
Panther
40
09
Pipe Organ 1
41
10
Pipe Organ 2
42
01
Glocken
43
02
Vibraphone
44
03
Xylophone
45
04
Marimba
46
05
Brightness
47
06
Nice Bell
48
07
Stack Bell
49
50
01
Syn Lead 1
02
Syn Lead 2
51
03
Syn Bass
52
04
E.Bass
53
05
A.Bass
54
06
Steel Gt
55
07
Clean Gt
56
08
Syn Brass
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DATA LIST
P:=Piano, E:=Electric Piano, S:=Sub
Parameters shown within parentheses do not affect the sound of this instrument.
 Only affected by foot switch, and not foot controller.
*Parameter value/Controller value Correspondence Table (page 41)
Control Change Number List
CC No. (LCD indication)
Piano
E.Piano
Sub
DELAY
REVERB
MASTER
EQUALIZER
12
P: Select
13
P: Volume
14
15
Table*
CC No. (LCD indication)
M
PEDAL
1
( Voice select switch
M
4
Pedal Wah
D [VOLUME] knob
A
5
(Portamento Time)
P: Tone
E [TONE] knob
A
6
(Data Entry MSB)
P: Damper Reso
F DAMPER RESONANCE [ON/OFF]
button
B
7
All Volume
10
(Pan)
Panel controls
Table*
Modulation
16
P: Effect SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
11
Expression
17
P: Effect Depth
I [DEPTH] knob
A
12
P: Select
77
P: Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
81
P: Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
13
102
P: SW
& Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
B
103
P: Split
B SPLIT [L R] button
E
104
P: Octave
C OCTAVE [-2 -1]/[+1 +2] buttons
F
105
P: Effect Type
H Insertion effect switch button
G
18
E: Select
* Voice category selector
N
( Voice select switch
N
* Voice category selector
M
( Voice select switch
M
P: Volume
D [VOLUME] knob
A
14
P: Tone
E [TONE] knob
A
15
P: Damper Reso
F DAMPER RESONANCE [ON/OFF]
button
B
16
P: Effect SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
17
P: Effect Depth
I [DEPTH] knob
A
18
E: Select
* Voice category selector
N
19
E: Volume
D [VOLUME] knob
A
( Voice select switch
N
20
E: Tone
E [TONE] knob
A
19
E: Volume
D [VOLUME] knob
A
21
E: Drive SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
20
E: Tone
E [TONE] knob
A
22
E: Drive Depth
J [DRIVE] knob
A
21
E: Drive SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
23
E: Effect 1 SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
22
E: Drive Depth
J [DRIVE] knob
A
24
E: Effect 1 Depth
L [DEPTH] knob
A
23
E: Effect 1 SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
25
E: Effect 1 Rate
M [RATE] knob
A
24
E: Effect 1 Depth
L [DEPTH] knob
A
26
E: Effect 2 SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
25
E: Effect 1 Rate
M [RATE] knob
A
27
E: Effect 2 Depth
O [DEPTH] knob
A
26
E: Effect 2 SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
28
E: Effect 2 Speed
P [SPEED] knob
A
27
E: Effect 2 Depth
O [DEPTH] knob
A
78
E: Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
28
E: Effect 2 Speed
P [SPEED] knob
A
29
S: Select
* Voice category selector
O
( Voice select switch
O
82
E: Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
106
E: SW
& Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
B
107
E: Split
B SPLIT [L R] button
E
30
S: Volume
D [VOLUME] knob
A
108
E: Octave
C OCTAVE [-2 -1]/[+1 +2] buttons
F
31
S: Tone
E [TONE] knob
A
109
E: Effect 1 Type
K Insertion effect switch button
H
32
(Bank LSB)
110
E: Effect 2 Type
N Insertion effect switch button
I
38
(Data Entry LSB)
29
S: Select
* Voice category selector
O
64
Sustain
( Voice select switch
O
65
(Portamento)


30
S: Volume
D [VOLUME] knob
A
66
Sostenuto
31
S: Tone
E [TONE] knob
A
67
Soft
68
S: Effect SW
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
68
S: Effect SW
72
S: Release
R [RELEASE] knob
A
71
(Resonance)
73
S: Attack
Q [ATTACK] knob
A
72
75
S: Effect Depth
T [DEPTH] knob
A
73
76
S: Effect Speed
a [SPEED] knob
A
74
(Cutoff)
79
S: Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
75
S: Effect Depth
T [DEPTH] knob
A
83
S: Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
76
S: Effect Speed
a [SPEED] knob
A
G Insertion effect [ON/OFF] button
B
S: Release
R [RELEASE] knob
A
S: Attack
Q [ATTACK] knob
A
111
S: SW
& Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
B
77
P: Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
112
S: Split
B SPLIT [L R] button
E
78
E: Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
113
S: Octave
C OCTAVE [-2 -1]/[+1 +2] buttons
F
79
S: Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
114
S: Effect Type
S Insertion effect switch button
J
80
Delay Time
g [TIME] knob
A
80
Delay Time
g [TIME] knob
A
81
P: Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
85
Reverb Time
j [TIME] knob
A
82
E: Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
91
All Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
83
S: Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
92
Delay Feedback
f [FEEDBACK] knob
A
84
(Portamento Ctrl)
93
All Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
85
Reverb Time
j [TIME] knob
A
115
Delay SW
c DELAY [ON/OFF] switch
B
86
Master EQ SW
B
116
Delay Effect Type
d [Analog/Digital] switch button
K
k MASTER EQUALIZER [ON/OFF]
button
117
Reverb SW
h REVERB [ON/OFF] switch
B
87
Master EQ High
l [HIGH] knob
C
118
Depth Knob Select
b Effect level display switch button
L
88
Master EQ Mid
m [MID] knob
C
86
Master EQ SW
k MASTER EQUALIZER [ON/OFF]
button
B
89
Master EQ Freq
n [FREQUENCY] knob
D
90
Master EQ Low
o [LOW] knob
C
Master EQ High
l [HIGH] knob
C
91
All Reverb Depth
i [DEPTH] knob
A
88
Master EQ Mid
m [MID] knob
C
92
Delay Feedback
f [FEEDBACK] knob
A
89
Master EQ Freq
n [FREQUENCY] knob
D
93
All Delay Depth
e [DEPTH] knob
A
90
Master EQ Low
o [LOW] knob
C
94
(Effect 4 Depth)
95
(Effect 5 Depth)
87
40
Panel controls
* Voice category selector
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(Data Increment)
97
(Data Decrement)
98
(NRPN LSB)
99
(NRPN MSB)
100
(RPN LSB)
DATA LIST
CC No. (LCD indication)
PEDAL
Panel controls
Table*
D
101
(RPN MSB)
102
P: SW
& Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
B
103
P: Split
B SPLIT [L R] button
E
100Hz
104
P: Octave
C OCTAVE [-2 -1]/[+1 +2] buttons
F
105
P: Effect Type
H Insertion effect switch button
106
E: SW
107
108
109
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
14
0-3
0-3
110Hz
15
4-6
4-6
G
125Hz
16
7-9
7-9
& Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
B
140Hz
17
10-12
10-12
E: Split
B SPLIT [L R] button
E
160Hz
18
13-15
13-15
E: Octave
C OCTAVE [-2 -1]/[+1 +2] buttons
F
180Hz
19
16-18
16-18
E: Effect 1 Type
K Insertion effect switch button
H
200Hz
20
19-21
19-21
110
E: Effect 2 Type
M [RATE] knob
I
225Hz
21
22-24
22-24
111
S: SW
& Voice section [ON/OFF] switch
B
250Hz
22
25-28
25-28
112
S: Split
B SPLIT [L R] button
E
280Hz
23
29-31
29-31
113
S: Octave
C OCTAVE [-2 -1]/[+1 +2] buttons
F
315Hz
24
32-34
32-34
114
S: Effect Type
S Insertion effect switch button
J
355Hz
25
35-37
35-37
115
Delay SW
c DELAY [ON/OFF] switch
B
400Hz
26
38-40
38-40
116
Delay Effect Type
d [Analog/Digital] switch button
K
450Hz
27
41-43
41-43
117
Reverb SW
h REVERB [ON/OFF] switch
B
500Hz
28
44-46
44-46
118
Depth Knob Select
b Effect level display switch button
L
560Hz
29
47-49
47-49
---
Live Set Sound +

630Hz
30
50-53
50-53
---
Live Set Sound -

700Hz
31
54-56
54-56
800Hz
32
57-59
57-59
900Hz
33
60-62
60-62
1.0kHz
34
63-65
63-65
1.1kHz
35
66-68
66-68
1.2kHz
36
69-71
69-71
1.4kHz
37
72-74
72-74
1.6kHz
38
75-78
75-78
1.8kHz
39
79-81
79-81
2.0kHz
40
82-84
82-84
2.2kHz
41
85-87
85-87
2.5kHz
42
88-90
88-90
2.8kHz
43
91-93
91-93
3.2kHz
44
94-96
94-96
3.6kHz
45
97-99
97-99
Recognized
4.0kHz
46
100-102
100-102
Correspondence Table
A
Controller
Parameter
0-127
Transmitted
Recognized
0-127
0-127
B
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Off
0
0
0-63
4.5kHz
47
103-106
103-106
On
1
127
64-127
5.0kHz
48
107-109
107-109
5.6kHz
49
110-112
110-112
6.3kHz
50
113-115
113-115
7.0kHz
51
116-118
116-118
8.0kHz
52
119-121
119-121
C
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
9.0kHz
53
122-124
122-124
10kHz
54
125-127
125-127
-12dB
52
0-5
0-5
-11dB
53
6-10
6-10
-10dB
54
11-15
11-15
-9dB
55
16-20
16-20
-8dB
56
21-25
21-25
-7dB
57
26-30
26-30
E
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
-6dB
58
31-35
31-35
L&R
0
0
-5dB
59
36-40
36-40
L
1
63
43-85
0-42
-4dB
60
41-46
41-46
R
2
127
86-127
-3dB
61
47-51
47-51
-2dB
62
52-56
52-56
-1dB
63
57-61
57-61
0dB
64
62-66
62-66
1dB
65
67-71
67-71
2dB
66
72-76
72-76
3dB
67
77-81
77-81
4dB
68
82-87
82-87
5dB
69
88-92
88-92
6dB
70
93-97
93-97
7dB
71
98-102
98-102
8dB
72
103-107
103-107
9dB
73
108-112
108-112
10dB
74
113-117
113-117
11dB
75
118-122
118-122
Comp
0
0
0-31
12dB
76
123-127
123-127
Dist/OD
1
42
32-63
F
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
-2
62
0
0-25
-1
63
31
26-51
0
64
63
52-76
+1
65
95
77-102
+2
66
127
103-127
G
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
Drive
2
84
64-95
Chorus
3
127
96-127
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H
N
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
A.Pan
0
0
0-21
Trem
1
25
22-42
R.Mod
2
50
43-63
T.Wah
3
76
64-85
P.Wah
4
101
86-106
Comp
5
127
107-127
Rd
Wr
Clv
I
DX
Controller
Parameter
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
10
11
11
2
11
12
12
3
12
13
13
1
13
14
14
2
14
15
15
1
15
16
16
2
16
17
17
3
17
18
18
1
18
19
19
2
19
20
20
Transmitted
Recognized
3
20
21
21
Cho1
0
0
0-21
4
21
22
22
Cho2
1
25
22-42
5
22
23
23
Fla
2
50
43-63
6
23
24
24
Pha1
3
76
64-85
Pha2
4
101
86-106
Pha3
5
127
107-127
O
Controller
Parameter
J
Pad/Strings
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
Transmitted
Recognized
1
24
25
25
2
25
26
26
3
26
27
27
Cho/Fla
0
0
0-31
4
27
28
28
Rotary
1
42
32-63
5
28
29
29
Trem
2
84
64-95
6
29
30
30
Dist/OD
3
127
96-127
7
30
31
31
8
31
32
32
1
32
33
33
2
33
34
34
3
34
35
35
4
35
36
36
5
36
37
37
6
37
38
38
7
38
39
39
8
39
40
40
9
40
41
41
10
41
42
42
1
42
43
43
K
Organ
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
Analog
0
0
0-63
Digital
1
127
64-127
L
Controller
Parameter
Transmitted
Recognized
Chromatic Perc
All
0
0
0-31
Piano
1
42
32-63
2
43
44
44
E.Piano
2
84
64-95
3
44
45
45
Sub
3
127
96-127
4
45
46
46
5
46
47
47
6
47
48
48
7
48
49
49
1
49
50
50
M
Controller
Parameter
Grand Piano
Upright Piano
CP
Special Piano
42
Recognized
1
Others
Transmitted
Recognized
2
50
51
51
1
0
1
1
3
51
52
52
2
1
2
2
4
52
53
53
3
2
3
3
5
53
54
54
4
3
4
4
6
54
55
55
1
4
5
5
7
55
56
56
2
5
6
6
8
56
57
57
1
6
7
7
2
7
8
8
1
8
9
9
2
9
10
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MIDI
Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) is a global
standard designed to allow performance, Voice, and other
data to be transferred between musical instruments. As
such, reliable data communication is assured even
between musical instruments and equipment from
different manufacturers.
In addition to data generated by playing the keyboard or
selecting a Live Set Sound, a wide range of other data
types—such as tempo and instrument controls—can also
be exchanged via MIDI. Using the powerful functionality
provided by this technology, you can not only play other
instruments using this instrument’s keyboard and
controllers, but you can also adjust the volume or the tone
of each section and adjust effect settings. In fact,
practically all of the parameters that can be set using the
instrument’s control panel can also be remotely controlled
from another MIDI device.
MIDI Channels
MIDI data can be transmitted and received on one of
sixteen MIDI channels. Therefore, performance data
for up to sixteen different instrument parts can be
simultaneously exchanged over a single MIDI cable.
MIDI channels are very similar in nature to TV
channels, in that each TV station transmits its
broadcasts over a specific channel. Your TV, for
example, receives many different programs at the
same time from different broadcasters, and you
select which program to watch by choosing the
corresponding channel.
Weather forecast
News
2
1
News
2
In much the same way, multiple transmitting devices
in a MIDI system can each be set to send data on a
separate channel (i.e., a MIDI transmit channel),
which link with the system’s receiving devices via
MIDI cables. If a receiving device’s MIDI channel
(i.e., a MIDI receive channel) matches a MIDI
Transmit channel, the receiving device will produce
sound in response to the data sent by the
corresponding transmitting device.
MIDI transmit channel 2
MIDI cable
MIDI receive channel 2
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DATA LIST
MIDI Data Format
(1) TRANSMIT FLOW
MIDI <-+--[SW1]--+---------NOTE OFF
8nH
OUT
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+---------NOTE ON
9nH
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+---------CONTROL CHANGE
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MODULATION
BnH,01H
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SUSTAIN SWITCH
BnH,40H
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ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER BnH,(01H...76H)
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Refer to Correspondence Table of Control
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Change Number List (page 41) for the
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Control Change when the MIDI Control is
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set to “On.”
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+--[SW3]--BANK SELECT MSB
BnH,00H
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BANK SELECT LSB
BnH,20H
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+--[SW4]--PROGRAM CHANGE
CnH
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+---------PITCH BEND CHANGE
EnH
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+-------------------SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGE
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ACTIVE SENSING
FEH
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+--[SW2]--+---------SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
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+---------<BULK DUMP>
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F0H 43H 0nH 7FH 1CH bhH blH 08H ahH amH
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alH ddH...ddH ccH F7H
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+---------<PARAMETER CHANGE>
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F0H 43H 1nH 7FH 1CH 08H ahH amH alH
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ddH...ddH F7H
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+-------------------SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
IDENTITY REPLY
F0H 7EH 7FH 06H 02H 43H 00H 41H ddH ddH
mmH 00H 00H 7FH F7H
dd: Device family number/code
CP73: 59H 06H
CP88: 5AH 06H
mm: version
mm=(version no.-1.0)*10
e.g.)version 1.0 mm=(1.0-1.0)*10=0
version 1.5 mm=(1.5-1.0)*10=5
[SW1] MIDI Transmit Channel
Complies with Zone Transmit Channel when the Part Zone Switch is set to on.
Complies with Part number in any other case.
[SW2] SYSTEM MIDI Device Number
When set to all, transmitted via 1.
[SW3] SYSTEM Bank Select Switch
[SW4] SYSTEM Program Change Switch
(2) RECEIVE FLOW
MIDI >-+--[SW1]--+---------NOTE OFF
8nH
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|---------NOTE ON/OFF
9nH
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+---------CONTROL CHANGE
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MODULATION
BnH,01H
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CHANNEL VOLUME
BnH,07H
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EXPRESSION
BnH,0BH
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SUSTAIN SWITCH
BnH,40H
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SOSTENUTO
BnH,42H
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SOFT
BnH,43H
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PORTAMENTO CONTROL
BnH,54H
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Refer to Correspondence Table of Control
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Change Number List (page 41) for the
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Control Change when the MIDI Control is
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set to “On.”
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+--[SW3]--BANK SELECT MSB
BnH,00H
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BANK SELECT LSB
BnH,20H
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+---------CHANNEL MODE MESSAGE
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ALL SOUND OFF
BnH,78H
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RESET ALL CONTROLLERS BnH,79H
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ALL NOTE OFF
BnH,7BH
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OMNI MODE OFF
BnH,7CH
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OMNI MODE ON
BnH,7DH
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+--[SW4]--PROGRAM CHANGE
CnH
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+---------PITCH BEND CHANGE
EnH
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+-------------------SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGE
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ACTIVE SENSING
FEH
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+--[SW2]--+---------SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
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+---------<BULK DUMP>
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F0H 43H 0nH 7FH 1CH bhH blH 08H ahH amH
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alH ddH...ddH ccH F7H
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+---------<PARAMETER CHANGE>
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F0H 43H 1nH 7FH 1CH 08H ahH amH alH
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ddH...ddH F7H
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+---------<BULK DUMP REQUEST>
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F0H 43H 2nH 7FH 1CH 08H ahH amH alH
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ddH...ddH F7H
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+---------<PARAMETER REQUEST>
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F0H 43H 3nH 7FH 1CH 08H ahH amH alH F7H
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+-------------------SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
IDENTITY REQUEST F0H 7EH 0nH 06H 01H F7H
[SW1]
[SW2]
[SW3]
[SW4]
Complies with MIDI Receive Channel.
SYSTEM MIDI Device Number
SYSTEM Bank Select Switch
SYSTEM Program Change Switch
(3) TRANSMIT/RECEIVE DATA
(3-1) CHANNEL VOICE MESSAGES
(3-1-1) NOTE OFF
STATUS
NOTE No.
VELOCITY
1000nnnn(9nH)
0kkkkkkk
0vvvvvvv
n=0-15 CHANNEL NUMBER
k=0(C-2)-127(G8)
v=64 Transmit
1000nnnn(8nH)
0kkkkkkk
0vvvvvvv(v≠0)
0vvvvvvv(v=0)
n=0-15 CHANNEL NUMBER
k=0(C-2)-127(G8)
1011nnnn(BnH)
0ccccccc
0vvvvvvv
n=0-15 CHANNEL NUMBER
(3-1-2) NOTE ON/OFF
STATUS
NOTE No.
VELOCITY NOTE ON
NOTE OFF
(3-1-3) CONTROL CHANGE
STATUS
CONTROL NUMBER
CONTROL VALUE
*TRANSMITTED CONTROL NUMBER
c=0
BANK SELECT MSB
c=32
BANK SELECT LSB
c=1
MODULATION
c=64
SUSTAIN SWITCH
c=1...118 ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
*1
*1
*RECEIVED CONTROL NUMBER
c=0
BANK SELECT MSB
c=32
BANK SELECT LSB
c=1
MODULATION
c=7
CHANNEL VOLUME
c=11
EXPRESSION
c=64
SUSTAIN SWITCH
c=66
SOSTENUTO
c=67
SOFT
c=84
PORTAMENTO CONTROL
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
;v=0-63:OFF, 64-127:ON
;v=0-127
;v=0-127
*1
*1
*3
*2
*1 Relation between BANK SELECT and PROGRAM is as follows:
CATEGORY
MSB
LSB
Live Set Page 1
63
0
:
:
63
19
:
Live Set Page 20
PROGRAM No.
0..7
0..7
*2 The default CONTROL NUMBERs of ASSIGNABLE CONTROLLER are as
follows:
FOOT CONTROLLER 1
11
FOOT CONTROLLER 2
4
FOOT SWITCH
Live Set Inc
*3 When Sustain is set to something other than “FC3A (HalfOn),”
operating the foot switch transmits only values of 0 (off) or
127 (on).
Bank Select will be actually executed when a 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)
00000ppp
n=0-15 CHANNEL NUMBER
p=0-7
(3-1-5) PITCH BEND CHANGE
STATUS
LSB
MSB
Transmitted with
1110nnnn(EnH)
n=0-15 CHANNEL NUMBER
0vvvvvvv
PITCH BEND CHANGE LSB
0vvvvvvv
PITCH BEND CHANGE MSB
a resolution of 7 bits.
DATA LIST
(3-2) CHANNEL MODE MESSAGES
STATUS
CONTROL NUMBER
CONTROL VALUE
1011nnnn(BnH)
0ccccccc
0vvvvvvv
when the Byte Count, Start Address, Data and Checksum itself are added.
n=0-15 CHANNEL NUMBER
c=CONTROL NUMBER
v=DATA VALUE
(3-5-5) DUMP REQUEST
11110000
01000011
0010nnnn
01111111
00011100
00000010
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
11110111
(3-2-1) ALL SOUND OFF (CONTROL NUMBER = 78H, DATA VALUE = 0)
All the sounds currently being played, including channel messages such as note-on
and hold-on of a certain channel, are muted this message is received.
(3-2-2) RESET ALL CONTROLLERS (CONTROL NUMBER = 79H, DATA VALUE = 0)
Resets the values set for the following controllers.
PITCH BEND CHANGE
0 (center)
MODULATION
0 (minimum)
EXPRESSION
127 (maximum)
PEDAL WAH
0 (minimum)
SUSTAIN SWITCH
0 (off)
SOSTENUTO SWITCH
0 (off)
SOFT
0 (off)
PORTAMENTO CONTROL
Reserved note number
F0
43
2n
7F
1C
08
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Group ID High
Group ID Low
Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
End of Exclusive
See the following DUMP REQUEST Table for Address.
(3-5-6) PARAMETER REQUEST
11110000
01000011
0011nnnn
01111111
00011100
00000010
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
11110111
Doesn’t reset the following data:
PROGRAM CHANGE, BANK SELECT MSB/LSB, VOLUME
(3-2-3) ALL NOTE OFF (CONTROL NUMBER = 7BH, DATA VALUE = 0)
All the notes currently set to on in certain channel(s) are muted when receiving this
message. However, if Sustain or Sostenuto is on, notes will continue sounding until
these are turned off.
F0
43
3n
7F
1C
08
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Group ID High
Group ID Low
Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
End of Exclusive
See the following MIDI Data Table for Address.
(3-2-4) OMNI MODE OFF (CONTROL NUMBER = 7CH, DATA VALUE = 0)
Performs the same function as when receiving ALL NOTES OFF.
(3-2-5) OMNI MODE ON (CONTROL NUMBER = 7DH, DATA VALUE = 0)
(4) SYSTEM OVERVIEW (Keyboard and Tone Generator)
Performs the same function as when receiving ALL NOTES OFF.
(3-4) SYSTEM REAL TIME MESSAGES
Zone Mode SW
MIDI Port
MIDI SW
MIDI Out
(3-4-1) ACTIVE SENSING
STATUS
11111110(FEH)
(3-5) SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
(3-5-1) UNIVERSAL NON REALTIME MESSAGE
Zone Settings
Keyboard
Transmitted every 200 msec.
Once this code is received, the instrument starts sensing. When neither status
messages nor data are received for more than approximately 350 ms, the MIDI
receive buffer will be cleared, and the sounds currently being played are forcibly
turned off.
Local Control
USB Port 1
MIDI Port
USB SW
Piano Section
MIDI Port
MIDI SW
E. Piano Section
MIDI IN
Sub Section
USB Port 1
MIDI Port
USB SW
(3-5-1-1) IDENTITY REQUEST (Receive only)
F0H 7EH 0nH 06H 01H F7H (“n” = Device No. However, this
instrument receives under “omni.”)
USB Port 2
USB Port 2
(3-5-1-2) IDENTITY REPLY (Transmit only)
F0H 7EH 7FH 06H 02H 43H 00H 41H ddH ddH mmH 00H 00H 7FH
F7H
dd: Device family number/code
CP73: 59H 06H
CP88: 5AH 06H
mm: version
mm=(version no.-1.0)*10
e.g.) version 1.0 mm=(1.0-1.0)*10=0
version 1.5 mm=(1.5-1.0)*10=5
USB Port 2 is enabled when ‘MIDI Port MIDI SW = OFF’
and ‘MIDI Port USB SW = ON’
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.
(3-5-2) UNIVERSAL REALTIME MESSAGE
(3-5-3)PARAMETER CHANGE
(3-5-3-1) NATIVE PARAMETER CHANGE, MODE CHANGE
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
01111111
00011100
00000010
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0ddddddd
|
11110111
F0
43
1n
7F
1C
08
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
ddddddd
|
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Group ID High
Group ID Low
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.
(3-5-4) BULK DUMP
11110000
01000011
0000nnnn
01111111
00011100
0bbbbbbb
0bbbbbbb
00000010
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0aaaaaaa
0
|
0ccccccc
11110111
F0
43
0n
7F
1C
bbbbbbb
bbbbbbb
08
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa
0
|
ccccccc
F7
Exclusive status
YAMAHA ID
Device Number
Group ID High
Group ID Low
Byte Count
Byte Count
Model ID
Address High
Address Mid
Address Low
Data
Checksum
End of Exclusive
See the following MIDI Data Table for Address and Byte Count.
Checksum is the value that results in a value of 0 for the lower 7 bits
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DATA LIST
MIDI Data Table
Bank Select
MSB (HEX)
63
3F
LSB
(HEX)
Bulk Dump Block
Program
No.
Type
Memory
Description
Live Set
Sound
User
Live Set Page 1
User
Live Set Page 2
0
00
0–7
1
01
0–7
2
02
0–7
User
Live Set Page 3
3
03
0–7
User
Live Set Page 4
4
04
0–7
User
Live Set Page 5
5
05
0–7
User
Live Set Page 6
6
06
0–7
User
Live Set Page 7
7
07
0–7
User
Live Set Page 8
8
08
0–7
User
9
09
0–7
10
0A
11
0B
12
13
14
15
“Top Address” indicates the top address of each block designated by the bulk dump operation.
“Byte Count” indicates the data size contained in each block designated by the bulk dump
operation.
The block from the Bulk Header to the Bulk Footer of the Performance can be received regardless
of their order; however, they cannot be received if an irrelevant Block is included.
To execute 1 Multi/1 Voice bulk dump request, designate its corresponding Bulk Header address.
For information about “mm” and “nn” shown in the following list, refer to the MIDI PARAMETER
CHANGE TABLE (BULK CONTROL).
Group Number = 7F 1C, Model ID = 08
Parameter Block
Description
Byte Count
Top Address
Dec
Hex
High
Mid
Low
System
48
30
20
00
00
Live Set Page 9
Master EQ
20
14
20
40
00
User
Live Set Page 10
Contents Unlock
20
70
00
0–7
User
Live Set Page 11
0–7
User
Live Set Page 12
0C
0–7
User
Live Set Page 13
0D
0–7
User
Live Set Page 14
0E
0–7
User
Live Set Page 15
Zone 4
0F
0–7
User
Live Set Page 16
Section Piano Common
16
10
0–7
User
Live Set Page 17
E.Piano Common
17
11
0–7
User
Live Set Page 18
Sub Common
18
12
0–7
User
Live Set Page 19
Piano Specific
19
13
0–7
User
Live Set Page 20
E.Piano Specific
System
Live Set Sound
Bulk Header
Common
Zone Zone 1
0
00
0E
pp
0n
48
30
46
00
00
16
10
4A
00
00
:
:
03
24
18
50
Parameter Base Address
Group Number = 7F 1C, Model ID = 08
Parameter Block
Top Address
46
Description
High
Mid
Low
System
20
00
00
20
40
00
Master EQ
BULK CONTROL
0E
00
00
Header
0F
00
00
Footer
STORE TO FLASH
0D
00
00
Store To Flash
Live Set Sound
46
00
00
Common
Zone
4A
zz
00
Zone (zz: 00 – 03)
Section
50
0p
00
Common
50
1p
00
Specific
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Message Type
Parameter Change
1C
50
10
00
11
12
0
00
0F
pp
Data
F0, 43, 1n, gh, gl, id, ah, am, al, dt, … F7
Parameter Request
F0, 43, 3n, gh, gl, id, ah, am, al F7
Bulk Dump
F0, 43, 0n, gh, gl, bh, bl, id, ah, am, al, dt, …, cc, F7
Bulk Request
F0, 43, 2n, gh, gl, id, ah, am, al, F7
System
n:
gh:
gl:
bh:
bl:
id:
ah:
am:
al:
dt:
cc:
00
02
28
Sub Specific
Bulk Footer
00
01
Device Number
Group Number High
Group Number Low
Byte Count High
Byte Count Low
Model ID
Parameter Address High
Parameter Address Middle
Parameter Address Low
Data
Data Checksum
0n
DATA LIST
MIDI PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE
(BULK CONTROL)
Address
High Mid Low
Size
Data
Size Range
High Mid Low
(HEX)
0E
pp
0n
1
-
7F
00
1
-
0F
pp
0n
1
-
7F
00
1
-
Parameter
Name
Description
Default
Notes
(HEX)
Parameter
Name
Description
1
00 – 01 Live Set View
Mode
2A
1
00 – 13 Power On Page
1 – 20
00
2B
1
00 – 07 Power On Sound
1–8
00
2C
1
00 – 78 FS Control
Number
Off, 1 – 118,
119 (Live Set Inc),
120 (Live Set Dec)
77
-
Close, Keep
Default
Notes
(HEX)
29
Group Number = 7F 1C, Model ID = 08
Address
Data
Range
00
Bulk Header
Live Set Sound User
(pp = 0 – 19, n = 0 – 7)
Current Sound Buffer
-
2D
1
Bulk Footer
Live Set Sound User
(pp = 0 – 19, n = 0 – 7)
-
2E
1
00 – 7F USB Audio
Volume
0 – 127
40
Current Sound Buffer
-
2F
1
00 – 02 Sustain Pedal
Select
FC3 Half On,
FC3 Half Off, FC4/5
00
TOTAL SIZE = 48
reserved
30 (HEX)
System MEQ
SYSTEM
Address
High Mid Low
System Common
Group Number = 7F 1C, Model ID = 08
Address
High Mid Low
20
00
00
Size
1
01
1
02
4
06
1
Data
Range
Parameter
Name
Description
Default
Notes
(HEX)
reserved
reserved
00 – 00 Master Tune
00 – 07
00 – 0F
00 – 0F
-102.4 – +102.3
[cent]
1st bit3-0: bit15-12
2nd bit3-0: bit11-8
3rd bit3-0: bit 7-4
4th bit3-0: bit 3-0
00
04
00
00
3D – 43 Keyboard Octave
Shift
-3 – 0 – +3
40
20
40
Size
Data
Range
Parameter
Name
1
34 – 4C EQ Gain1
01
1
reserved
02
1
reserved
03
1
reserved
04
1
reserved
05
1
reserved
06
1
reserved
07
1
reserved
08
1
34 – 4C EQ Gain3
-12dB – +12dB
40
09
1
0E – 36 EQ Frequency3
100Hz – 10kHz
1C
0A
1
reserved
0B
1
reserved
0C
1
reserved
-12dB – +12dB
40
1
34 – 4C Keyboard
Transpose
-12 – +12
[semitones]
40
08
1
00 – 01 Controller Reset
Hold, Reset
01
0D
1
reserved
1
reserved
09
1
00 – 01 Local Switch
Off, On
01
0E
0A
1
00 – 0F, Tx Channel
7F
1 – 16, Off
00
0F
1
reserved
10
1
34 – 4C EQ Gain5
0B
1
00 – 10 Rx Channel
1 – 16, All
00
11
1
reserved
0C
1
00 – 03 MIDI Control
Off, Mode 1,
Mode 2, Mode 3
00
12
1
reserved
13
1
reserved
1
reserved
0E
1
reserved
0F
1
reserved
10
1
00 – 04 Keyboard Velocity Normal, Soft, Hard,
Curve
Wide, Fixed
00
11
1
01 – 7F Keyboard Fixed
Velocity
1 – 127
40
12
1
00 – 01 Transmit/Receive
Bank Select
Off, On
01
13
1
00 – 01 Transmit/Receive
Program Change
Off, On
01
14
1
15
1
00 – 01 MIDI In/Out
USB Thru, In/Out
01
16
1
00 – 01 USB In/Out
Off, On
01
17
1
18
1
19
1
00 – 01 Display Lights Ins Off, On
Effect
01
1A
1
00 – 01 Display Lights
Section
Off, On
01
1B
1
00 – 01 Display Lights
LCD
Off, On
01
Off, On
01
Default, Reverse
00
1C
1
1D
1
1E
1
1F
1
20
1
21
1
TOTAL SIZE = 20
-12dB – +12dB
Default
Notes
(HEX)
00
07
0D
Description
40
14 (HEX)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
00 – 01 Value Indication
reserved
00 – 01 SW Direction
reserved
22
1
00 – 3F LCD Contrast
1 – 64
20
23
1
00 – 01 Panel Lock Live
Set
Off, On
01
24
1
00 – 01 Panel Lock
Section
Off, On
01
25
1
00 – 01 Panel Lock Effect
Off, On
01
26
1
00 – 01 Panel Lock Master Off, On
EQ
01
27
1
28
1
reserved
00 – 01 Section Hold
Disable, Enable
00
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DATA LIST
LIVE SET SOUND
ZONE
Group Number = 7F 1C, Model ID = 08
Live Set Sound Common
Group Number = 7F 1C, Model ID = 08
Address
00
Description
Default
(HEX)
Notes
off, on
00 – 01 With the
default
settings,
only the
Zone 1 is
se to
“on.”
01
1
00 – 0F Transmit
Channel
Ch1 – 16
00 – 03 Default
settings:
Zone1(0)
Zone2(1)
Zone3(2)
Zone4(3)
'S'
02
1
3D – 43 Transpose
(Octave)
-3 – +3
40
6F
'o'
03
1
35 – 4B Transpose
(Semitone)
-11 – +11
40
32 – 127 (ASCII)
75
'u'
04
1
00 – 7F Note Limit Low
C-2 – G8
00
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 9
32 – 127 (ASCII)
6E
'n'
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 10
32 – 127 (ASCII)
64
'd'
0A
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 11
32 – 127 (ASCII)
20
The upper
limit will
be determined
with
“Note
Limit
High.”
05
1
00 – 7F Note Limit High
C-2 – G8
7F
0B
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 12
32 – 127 (ASCII)
20
0C
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 13
32 – 127 (ASCII)
20
0D
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 14
32 – 127 (ASCII)
20
0E
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 15
32 – 127 (ASCII)
20
The
Lower
limit will
be determined
with
“Note
Limit
Low.”
06
1
0F
1
reserved
07
1
00 – 7F MIDI Volume
0 – 127
64
10
1
reserved
08
1
00 – 7F MIDI Pan
L64 – C – R63
40
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 1
32 – 127 (ASCII)
49
'I'
01
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 2
32 – 127 (ASCII)
6E
'n'
02
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 3
32 – 127 (ASCII)
69
'i'
03
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 4
32 – 127 (ASCII)
74
't'
04
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 5
32 – 127 (ASCII)
20
''
05
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 6
32 – 127 (ASCII)
53
06
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 7
32 – 127 (ASCII)
07
1
20 – 7F Live Set Sound
Name 8
08
1
09
zz
Description
00 – 01 Zone Switch
1
4A
Parameter
Name
1
00
reserved
11
1
00 – 01 Zone Mode Switch
Off, On
00
09
1
00 – 7F MIDI Bank MSB
000 – 127
00
12
1
00 – 01 Advanced Zone
Mode Switch
Off, On
00
0A
1
00 – 7F MIDI Bank LSB
000 – 127
00
0B
1
00 – 7F MIDI Program
Number
001 – 128
00
0C
1
00 – 1F Transmit Bank
Select
Transmit
Program Change
Transmit Volume
Transmit Pan
Transmit Note
bit0: off, on Bank
Select
bit1: off, on
Program Change
bit2: off, on
Volume
bit3: off, on Pan
bit4: off, on Note
1F
0D
1
00 – 3F Transmit PB
Transmit MW
Transmit FC1
Transmit FC2
Transmit FS
Transmit Sus
bit0: off, on PB
bit1: off, on MW
bit2: off, on FC1
bit3: off, on FC2
bit4: off, on FS
bit5: off, on Sus
3F
0E
1
0F
1
13
1
14
1
15
1
34 – 4C TG Transpose
-12 – +12
40
16
1
01 – 7F Split Point
C#-2 – G8
37
17
1
18
1
19
1
00 – 76 FC1 Assign
0 – 118
0B
1A
1
00 – 76 FC2 Assign
0 – 118
04
1B
1
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
1C
1
reserved
1D
1
reserved
1E
1
reserved
1F
1
reserved
20
1
00 – 03 Depth Knob Section All, Piano,
Select
E.Piano, Sub
00
21
1
reserved
TOTAL SIZE = 16
22
1
reserved
23
1
reserved
zz = Zone Number
00 – 03 (HEX)
24
1
00 – 01 Delay Switch
Off, On
01
25
1
00 – 01 Delay Type
Analog, Digital
00
26
1
00 – 7F Delay Feedback
0 – 127
40
27
1
00 – 7F Delay Time
0 – 127
40
28
1
00 – 01 Reverb Switch
Off, On
01
29
1
2A
1
2B
1
0 – 127
40
2C
1
reserved
2D
1
reserved
2E
1
reserved
2F
1
reserved
TOTAL SIZE = 48
48
Parameter Name
Default
Notes
(HEX)
Data
Size
Range
High Mid Low
00
High Mid Low
46
Size
Data
Range
Address
reserved
reserved
00 – 7F Reverb Time
30 (HEX)
CP88/CP73 Owner’s Manual
reserved
reserved
10 (HEX)
CC#11
(Expression) will
not be
transmitted when
the Volume is set
to “off.”
DATA LIST
SECTION
Section Common
Section Specific
Group Number = 7F 1C, Model ID = 08
Address
High Mid Low
50
0p
Size
Data
Range
Parameter Name
Description
Default
(HEX)
00
1
00 – 0B Current Category
00
01
1
00 – 7F Category 1 Voice
Number
00
02
1
00 – 7F Category 2 Voice
Number
00
03
1
00 – 7F Category 3 Voice
Number
00
04
1
00 – 7F Category 4 Voice
Number
00
05
1
00 – 7F Advanced Sound
Mode Voice Number
00
06
1
00 – 01 Advanced Sound
Mode Switch
Off, On
00
07
1
00 – 01 Section Switch
Off, On
01
08
1
00 – 02 Split Mode
L&R, L, R
00
40
Notes
Address
High Mid Low
50
1p
Size
Data
Range
Parameter
Name
00
1
01
1
reserved
02
1
reserved
03
1
04
1
05
Description
00 – 01 Piano Damper
Resonance
Switch
Default
(HEX)
Note
Off, On
00
Only effective
for the Piano
Section
00 – 01 Piano Effect
Switch
Off, On
00
Only effective
for the Piano
Section
1
00 – 03 Piano Effect
Type
Comp, Dist/
OD, Drive,
Chorus
00
Only effective
for the Piano
Section
06
1
00 – 7F Piano Effect
Depth
0 – 127
40
Only effective
for the Piano
Section
07
1
08
1
00 – 01 E.Piano Effect 1 Off, On
Switch
00
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
09
1
00 – 05 E.Piano Effect 1 A.Pan, Trem,
Type
R.Mod,
T.Wah, P.Wah,
Comp
00
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
reserved
reserved
09
1
3E – 42 Octave Shift
-2 – 0 – +2
0A
1
00 – 7F Section Volume
0 – 127
7F (Piano),
40 (EP,
Sub)
0B
1
00 – 7F Tone
0 – 127
40
-24 – 0 – +24
42
0A
1
00 – 7F E.Piano Effect 1 0 – 127
Depth
40
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
0 – 127
00 (Piano,
EP), 0A
(Sub)
0B
1
00 – 7F E.Piano Effect 1 0 – 127
Rate
40
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
0C
1
01
00 – 01 E.Piano Effect 2 Off, On
Switch
00
Off, On
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
0D
1
00 – 05 E.Piano Effect 2 Cho1, Cho2,
Type
Fla, Pha1,
Pha2, Pha3
00
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
0E
1
00 – 7F E.Piano Effect 2 0 – 127
Depth
40
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
0F
1
00 – 7F E.Piano Effect 2 0 – 127
Speed
40
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
10
1
00 – 01 E.Piano Drive
Switch
Off, On
00
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
11
1
00 – 7F E.Piano Drive
0 – 127
40
Only effective
for the E.Piano
Section
12
1
13
1
14
1
00 – 01 Sub Effect
Switch
Off, On
00
Only effective
for the Sub
Section
15
1
00 – 03 Sub Effect Type Cho/Fla,
Rotary, Trem,
Dist/OD
00
Only effective
for the Sub
Section
16
1
00 – 7F Sub Effect
Depth
0 – 127
40
Only effective
for the Sub
Section
17
1
00 – 7F Sub Effect
Speed
0 – 127
40
Only effective
for the Sub
Section
18
1
00 – 7F Sub Attack
0 – 127
40
Only effective
for the Sub
Section
19
1
00 – 7F Sub Release
0 – 127
40
Only effective
for the Sub
Section
1A
1
1B
1
0C
1
reserved
0D
1
28 – 58 Pitch Bend Range
0E
1
reserved
0F
1
00 – 7F Pitch Modulation
Depth
10
1
reserved
11
1
00 – 01 Receive Expression
12
1
00 – 01 Receive Sustain
Off, On
01
13
1
00 – 01 Receive Sostenuto
Off, On
01
14
1
00 – 01 Receive Soft
Off, On
01
15
1
16
1
00 – 7F Delay Depth
0 – 127
00
17
1
00 – 7F Reverb Depth
0 – 127
00
TOTAL SIZE = 24
reserved
18 (HEX)
TOTAL SIZE = 28
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
1C (HEX)
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YAMAHA
[Stage Piano]
MIDI Implementation
Model CP88/CP73Chart
MIDI Implementation
Function...
Transmitted
Date :29-NOV-2017
Version : 1.0
Chart
Recognized
Remarks
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1 - 16
1 - 16
1 - 16
1 - 16
Memorized
Default
Messages
Altered
3
X
**************
3
X
X
Memorized
Mode
0 - 127
**************
0 - 127
0 - 127
Note
Number : True voice
Velocity
Note ON O 9nH,v=1-127
Note OFF X 8nH,v=64
O 9nH,v=1-127
O 9nH,v=0 or 8nH
After
Touch
Key's
Ch's
X
X
X
X
O
O
Pitch Bend
Control
Change
Prog
Change
0,32
1
7,11,67,84
64
66
12-31
68,72,73
75-83,85-93
102-118
1-118
:
*2
Bank Select
*2
*2
*1
*1
*1
*1
Sustain Sw
Sostenuto
*1
*1
*1
*1
*3
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
*2
O 0 - 7
*2
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
*2
O 0 - 127
True #
O
O
: Song Pos. X
: Song Sel. X
X
: Tune
X
X
X
System
: Clock
Real Time : Commands
X
X
X
X
:
:
:
Mes- :
sages:
:
X
X
X
X
O
X
O (120)
O (121)
X
O (123-125)
O
X
System Exclusive
Common
Aux
All Sound Off
Reset All Cntrls
Local ON/OFF
All Notes OFF
Active Sense
Reset
Notes: *1 receive/transmit if MIDI control mode is on.
*2 receive/transmit if switch is on.
*3 transmit if assigned to foot controllers.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON , POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
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Mode 2 : OMNI ON ,MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF,MONO
O : Yes
X : No
Appendix
Display Messages
LCD indication
Description
Auto power off disabled.
This message appears when Auto Power Off is disabled.
Completed.
The specified load, save, format, or other Job has been completed.
Connecting to USB device…
Currently recognizing the USB flash drive connected to the USB [TO DEVICE]
terminal.
Device number is off.
Bulk data cannot be transmitted/received because the device number is off.
Device number mismatch.
Bulk data cannot be received because the device numbers do not match.
File or folder already exists.
A file/folder having the same name as the one you are about to save already exists.
File or folder path is too long.
The file or folder you tried to access cannot be accessed because the maximum amount
of characters indicating the path has been exceeded.
Illegal bulk data.
An error occurred while receiving a Bulk data or Bulk Request message.
Illegal file name.
The specified file name is invalid. Try entering a different name.
Illegal file.
The specified file is unusable by this instrument or cannot be loaded.
Incompatible USB device.
USB device which cannot be used with this instrument has been connected to the USB
[TO DEVICE] terminal.
MIDI buffer full.
Failed to process the MIDI data because too much data was received at one time.
MIDI checksum error.
An error occurred when receiving bulk data.
No device.
Device is not connected.
No read/write authority to the file.
Indicates that you do not have the authority to read/write the file.
Now receiving MIDI bulk data…
Indicates this instrument is receiving MIDI bulk data.
Now transmitting MIDI bulk data…
Indicates this synthesizer is transmitting MIDI bulk data.
Please reboot to maintain internal
memory.
Please reboot this instrument to restore the internal memory (NAND).
Push [PANEL LOCK] Button.
Push the [PANEL LOCK] button to disengage panel lock.
Unsupported USB device.
This message appears if the plugged-in USB flash drive is either unformatted or
formatted in a way that this instrument does not support. Please format the USB device
using this instrument.
USB connection terminated.
A break in the connection with the USB flash drive has occurred because of an abnormal
electric current.
USB device is full.
The USB flash drive is full and no more data can be saved. Use a new USB flash drive, or
make space by erasing unwanted data from the storage device.
USB device is write-protected.
This message appears when you have attempted to write to a protected USB flash drive.
USB device read/write error.
An error occurred while reading or writing to/from a USB flash drive.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
No sound? Wrong sound? When a problem like this occurs, please check the following points before assuming that the
product is faulty. Many problems can be solved by executing the Factory Reset operation (page 21). If the problem
persists, consult your Yamaha dealer.
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Issue
Suspected cause
Solution
The instrument turns off
unexpectedly.
This is normal when the Auto Power Off
function is enabled.
If necessary, you can deactivate the Auto Power
Off function to prevent it turning off the
instrument again (page 21).
No sound is produced.
Related external equipment (e.g., amplifier,
speaker, headphones) is not properly
connected to this instrument via audio
cables.
Since this instrument has no built-in speakers,
you will need an external audio system or a set of
stereo headphones to properly monitor it
(page 20).
Power to this instrument or the connected
external audio equipment are not turned on.
Check the power to this instrument and the
connected external audio equipment are turned
on.
The volume of this instrument and the
connected external audio equipment are
turned fully down.
Adjust the volume. Use the [MASTER
VOLUME] knob to adjust the volume. If a foot
controller has been connected to the FOOT
CONTROLLER [1]/[2] jacks, try using it to
increase the volume.
All the Voice section [ON/OFF] switches are
set to OFF.
Set the Voice section [ON/OFF] switch to ON.
The volume of Voice sections are turned
fully down.
Use the [VOLUME] knobs of each Voice section
to adjust the volume.
Local Control is set to “Off.”
When the Local Control is set to “Off ”, the
internal tone generator will not sound. Set the
Local Control to “On” (page 30).
MIDI volume or expression has been set to a
very low level by an external MIDI
controller.
Select other Live Set Sound. If a foot controller
has been connected to the FOOT
CONTROLLER [1]/[2] jacks, try using it to
increase the volume.
A sound continues to play
without end.
Effect sound such as delay continues.
Lower the feedback level or set the DELAY [ON/
OFF] switch to OFF. If other Live Set Sound is
selected during a sound continues to play, press
again the Live Set Sound button currently
selected.
Sounds are distorted.
Effect settings are not appropriate.
Sound will be distorted depending on the effect
types and the settings. Change the effect types
and the settings.
Volume is set too high.
Adjust the volume.
Volume of this instrument and the external
audio equipment are set too high.
Adjust the volume of an external audio
equipment, or use the INPUT [GAIN] knob of
this instrument. You can also adjust the volume
from the “USB Audio Volume.”
Sound output is intermittent and
stuttered.
The entire sound exceeded the maximum
polyphony (128 notes).
Keep in mind not to exceed the maximum
polyphony.
No effect is applied.
The depth is turned to the minimum level.
Use the [DEPTH] knob to adjust the effect
depth.
Data communication between
the computer and this
instrument does not work
properly.
The Port settings on the computer is not
appropriate.
Check the port settings on the computer.
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Issue
Suspected cause
Solution
MIDI bulk data transmission
does not work properly.
Using wrong terminals (MIDI, USB).
Check the connection.
Wrong MIDI device number.
Check the MIDI device number.
Cannot save data to the external
USB flash drive.
The USB flash drive is write protected.
Unlock the write protect.
The USB flash drive is not formatted
properly.
Format again.
A pedal has no effect.
The pedal is not correctly connected.
Ensure that the pedal’s cord is fully plugged in.
The Voice numbers not
displayed.
The “Advanced Mode SW” is enabled (On).
Disable (Off) the “Advanced Mode SW”
(page 35).
Nothing is displayed on the
LCD, even the instrument’s
power is on.
“Display Lights” → “LCD SW” is set to “Off ”.
Set the “LCD SW” to “On” (page 31).
“Display Lights” → “LCD Contrast” value is
set too low.
Adjust the contrast from “LCD Contrast”
(page 31).
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Appendix
Specifications
Item
Details
CP88
88-key NW-GH3 (Natural Wood Graded
Hammer) keyboard: synthetic ebony and
ivory keytops
Keyboard
Tone
Generation
Voices
AWM2
Polyphony (max.)
128
Number of Live Set
Sounds
Effects
Type
160 (Preset Live Set Sounds: 80)
57 (PIANO: 10 / E.PIANO: 14 / SUB: 33)
Insertion Effect:
PIANO 2 systems (1: Damper Resonance 2: Compressor, Distortion, Drive, Chorus)
E.PIANO 3 systems (1: Drive 2: Auto Pan, Tremolo, Ring Modulator, Touch Wah,
Pedal Wah, Compressor 3: Chorus1, Chorus2, Flanger, Phaser1, Phaser2, Phaser3)
SUB 1 system (Chorus/Flanger, Rotary Speaker, Tremolo, Distortion)
Delay: 2 types (Analog, Digital)
Reverb
3 band EQ (with sweepable Mid)
Full Dot LCD (128 x 64 dots)
OUTPUT [L/MONO]/[R] (6.3 mm, standard phone jacks, UNBALANCED)
OUTPUT [L]/[R] (XLR jacks, BALANCED)
[PHONES] (6.3 mm, standard stereo phone jack)
INPUT [L/MONO]/[R] (6.3 mm, standard phone jacks)
FOOT CONTROLLER [1]/[2]
FOOT SWITCH [SUSTAIN]/[ASSIGNABLE]
MIDI [IN]/[OUT]
USB [TO HOST]/[TO DEVICE]
[AC IN]
Connectors
Size/Weight
73-key BHS (Balanced Hammer Standard)
keyboard: matte black keytops
Tone Generation
Technology
Number of Voices
Display
CP73
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Weight
Included Accessories
1298 mm x 364 mm x 141 mm
(51-1/8" x 14-5/16" x 5-9/16")
1086 mm x 355 mm x 144 mm
(42-3/4" x 14" x 5-11/16")
18.6 kg (41 lb, 0 oz)
13.1 kg (28 lb, 14 oz)
Owner’s Manual (this book) x 1
Power cord x 1
Foot pedal (FC3A) x 1
The contents of this manual apply to the latest specifications as of the printing date.
Since Yamaha makes continuous improvements to the product, this manual may not apply to the specifications of your particular
product. To obtain the latest manual, access the Yamaha website then download the manual file.
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Index
A
T
Auto Power Off ..................................................................21
Tone generator module ....................................................25
C
U
Computer ...........................................................................26
USB Audio ..........................................................................27
USB flash drive ..................................................................23
USB [TO DEVICE] ...........................................................24
USB [TO HOST] ...............................................................27
D
DAW (digital audio workstation) ...................................26
Delay section ......................................................................17
Y
E
Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver ........................................26
Effect ...................................................................................16
Electric Piano section ........................................................15
External MIDI keyboard ..................................................25
F
Factory Reset ......................................................................21
File type ...............................................................................23
I
iPad ......................................................................................27
iPhone .................................................................................27
L
Live Set ................................................................................12
Live Set Sound ....................................................................12
Live Set View ......................................................................12
M
Master EQ ...........................................................................17
MENU .................................................................................28
MIDI channel .....................................................................43
MIDI device .......................................................................25
MIDI port ...........................................................................25
MIDI receive channel .......................................................25
MIDI transmit channel .....................................................25
P
Piano section ......................................................................14
R
Reverb section ....................................................................17
S
SETTINGS ..........................................................................33
Split ......................................................................................13
SSS (Seamless Sound Switching) .....................................12
Sub section ..........................................................................16
Synthesizer .........................................................................25
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MEMO
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