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Yamaha SHS-500 Reference Manual
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Reference Manual
Contents
The Functions
How to Use Terminals
Tuning
[PHONES]
EQ Type
[AUX IN]
Modulation
[LINE OUT]
Pitch Bend Range
[TO HOST]
Portamento
Portamento Time
DSP Type
MIDI Select
• Audio data – USB Audio
Interface function
• MIDI data
[MIDI]
MIDI Channel
Local Control
Troubleshooting
Audio Loop Back
Battery Type
Auto power off
Voice List
• Drum Kit List
Voice Parameters
Effect List
• DSP Type List
MIDI Implementation Chart
The Functions
The various “Functions” let you make detailed settings for the instrument. For the Function menu,
see the list on next page.
1
[FUNCTION] button
3
[EXIT] button
2
[SELECT] knob
Operation
1.
Select the Function menu.
Press the [FUNCTION] button repeatedly to call up the desired Function menu in the upper
part of the display. For example, call up “Tuning” if you want to fine-tune the pitch of the entire
instrument.
Function name
Value
2.
Set the value.
Rotate the [SELECT] knob to select the value in the bottom of the display.
3.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Function mode.
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The Functions
Function List
Function
Tuning
Description
Backup
You can fine-tune the pitch of the entire instrument in roughly
0.2 Hz steps. This lets you accurately match the keyboard
pitch to that of other instruments or recorded music.
Tuning doesn’t affect drum voices.
Yes
Value:
427.0 Hz – 453.0 Hz
Default: A3 = 440.0 Hz
EQ Type
Four different master equalizer (EQ) settings give you
the best possible sound when listening through different
reproduction systems—the instrument’s internal speaker,
headphones, or an external speaker system.
Value:
Yes
Speaker, Boost, LineOut, Mild
Speaker: Optimum for listening via the instrument’s built-in
speaker.
Boost:
Results in more powerful sound. Depending on the
selected Voice, the sound may be more subject to
distortion than other EQ types.
LineOut:
Optimum for listening via headphones or external
speakers connected to the LINE OUT jack. This
value will be automatically selected when the
headphones are connected.
Mild:
Lowers the high range for a softer sound.
Default: Speaker
Modulation
Specifies whether the Modulation wheel controls the Vibrato
depth (Vibrato) or parameter of the effect selected with the
[EFFECT] selector (EfctCtrl).
Value:
No
Vibrato / EfctCtrl
Default: Vibrato
PB Range
(Pitch Bend Range)
Determines the amount (in semitones) that pitch is raised or
lowered when using the [PITCH] bend wheel.
Value:
00 – 12
Default: 02
3
No
The Functions
Function
Portamento
Description
Backup
Portamento is used to create a smooth transition in pitch
from one note played on the keyboard to the next one.
Determines whether Portamento is applied or not.
No
Value:
ON / OFF
Default: OFF
Porta Time
(Portamento Time)
Determines the pitch transition time or rate when Portamento
is applied. Higher values result in a longer pitch change time.
Value:
No
000 – 127
Default: 064
DSP Type
DSP refers to various digital effects which can be applied to
the keyboard Voice. You can select the desired type here.
For details, refer to the DSP Type List on page 26.
Value:
No
Dist.1 / Dist.2 / DSP Chrs / Flanger / Phaser / Tremolo /
RotarySp / LPF / HPF
Default: Depends on the Voice
MIDI Select
Selects the MIDI transmit/receive port. Select value “BLE
MIDI” for Bluetooth® connection, “USB MIDI” for [TO
HOST] terminal or “MiniMIDI” for MIDI terminal.
Value:
Yes
USB MIDI / MiniMIDI / BLE MIDI
Default: BLE MIDI
NOTE
Depending on the country in which you purchased the product, the
instrument may not have Bluetooth capability. If this is the case, you
cannot select the value “BLE MIDI,” and the default value is “USB MIDI.”
MIDI CH
Determines the MIDI transmit channel.
(MIDI Channel)
Value:
01CH, 02CH … 15CH, 16CH, OFF
Default: 01CH
4
Yes
The Functions
Function
Local
(Local Control)
Description
Backup
Determines whether the instrument’s keyboard controls the
internal tone generator (On) or not (Off).
“Local Control” (normally set to “On”) allows the keyboard of
the instrument to “locally” control its internal tone generator,
letting you directly play the internal voices from the keyboard.
However, for some situations (for example, recording to
computer software), you will want to set Local Control to
“Off,” so that the keyboard of the instrument does not play
the internal voices, but the appropriate MIDI information is
still transmitted (for recording) via the [TO HOST] terminal
when notes are played on the keyboard. At the same time,
the internal tone generator responds to MIDI information
received via the [TO HOST] terminal, allowing you to hear
the notes you play.
No
Value:
ON / OFF
Default: OFF
LoopBack
(Audio Loop Back)
Determines whether Audio sound input from the [TO
HOST] terminal is returned to the computer or not with the
performance played on the instrument (page 12). If you
want to output only the sound played on this instrument to
the computer, set this parameter to Off.
Value:
Yes
ON / OFF
Default: ON
Battery
(Battery Type)
Selects the type of batteries you have installed to this
instrument.
Value:
Yes
Alkaline (for Alkaline, Manganese batteries) / Ni-MH (for
rechargeable Ni-MH batteries)
Default: Alkaline
Auto Off
(Auto Power Off)
Specifies the time that will elapse before the instrument’s
power is automatically turned off.
Value:
0ff / 05min / 10min / 15min / 30min / 60min
Default: 30min
5
Yes
How to Use the Terminals
This keyboard has 5 terminals for connecting to external devices. This section shows you what,
when and how to connect.
CAUTION
Before connecting the instrument to other electronic components, turn off the power of all the components.
Also, before turning any components on or off, make sure to set all volume levels to minimum (0). Otherwise,
damage to the components, electrical shock, or even permanent hearing loss may occur.
4 5
2
3
1
1
[PHONES] for practicing with headphones
For connecting a pair of stereo headphones with a mini stereo phone plug (3.5 mm). The instrument’s
built-in speaker automatically stops producing sound when headphones are connected to this
jack. However, the [LINE OUT] jack continues to output the same sound as the [PHONES] jack.
CAUTION
To prevent hearing loss, avoid using headphones at high volumes for extended periods of time.
Stereo mini plug
SHS-500
PHONES
Headphones
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How to Use the Terminals
2
[AUX IN] for playing along with an audio player
For inputting the sound of an audio player and listening to it through the built-in speaker of the
instrument (with 3.5 mm, mini stereo phone plug). For example, this is convenient for when playing
keyboard along with the sound input from an audio player.
Audio player
Headphone jack
Mini stereo phone plug
Audio cable
AUX IN
Mini stereo phone plug
SHS-500
NOTICE
To avoid damage to the devices, first turn on the power to the external device, then to the instrument. When
turning off the power, first turn off the power to the instrument, then to the external device.
NOTE
• To adjust the input volume from [AUX IN] jack, adjust the audio playback volume on the audio device.
• Use an appropriate adaptor plug if the output jack of the audio player does not match the stereo mini phone plug
of the audio cable.
• Use audio cables and adaptor plugs having no (zero) resistance.
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How to Use the Terminals
3
[LINE OUT] for higher performance levels
For connecting a powered speaker or a mixing console for playing in larger venues at higher
volume (with 1/4" mono phone plug). The sound connected to the instrument’s [AUX IN] jack is
output at the same time.
For the best sound, set the Function “EQ Type” setting (page 3) to “LineOut” when using the
[LINE OUT] terminal.
1/4" mono phone plug
LINE OUT
SHS-500
Audio cable
Powered speaker
NOTICE
• To avoid possible damage, first turn on the power to the instrument, then to the external device. When
turning off the power, first turn off the power to the external device, then to the instrument. Since this
instrument’s power may automatically be turned off due to the Auto Power Off function (page 5), turn
off the power to the external device, or disable Auto Power Off when you do not intend to operate the
instrument.
• Do not route the output from the [LINE OUT] jack to the [AUX IN] jack. If you make this connection, the
signal input at the [AUX IN] jack is output from the [LINE OUT] jack and then back again, creating a
feedback loop that could make normal performance impossible, and may even damage the equipment.
NOTE
• The instrument’s built-in speaker continue to output the same sound as the [LINE OUT] jack when external devices
are connected to this jack.
• The output volume from the [LINE OUT] jack does not change when adjusting the [VOLUME] dial on the instrument.
• Use an appropriate adaptor plug if the input jack of the powered speaker does not match the phone plug of the
audio cable.
• Use audio cables and adaptor plugs having no (zero) resistance.
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How to Use the Terminals
4
[TO HOST] for using with smart device or computer
Connecting a smart device or computer allows you to use various functions with just one USB
cable, such as sending/receiving MIDI data and high-quality audio data, greatly expanding the
potential of the instrument. For smart device connection, a conversion adaptor is needed as shown
on page 10.
Transmitting/receiving audio data – USB Audio Interface function
Sending/receiving audio data via digital connection has the following advantages.
• Playing back audio data with high sound quality
Enjoy clear, noise-free sound with no degradation of sound quality compared to connecting
with the [AUX IN] terminal.
• Recording the performance of this instrument as audio data on recording
software or music production software
This allows playback of the recorded data with computer or smart device.
Transmitting/receiving MIDI data
Sending/receiving data via MIDI, gives you the following advantages.
• Playing back MIDI data
Purchase your favorite song data on the Yamaha website.
• Recording the performance of the instrument as MIDI data
When recorded as MIDI data, performances—including the sounds, pitches, note starts,
duration, etc.—can be more easily edited using music production software.
NOTE
For basic explanations about what MIDI is and can do, refer to the online PDF manual “MIDI Basics” downloadable
from the Yamaha Downloads website:
https://download.yamaha.com/
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How to Use the Terminals
Transmitting/receiving audio data – USB Audio Interface function
Connect this keyboard and your smart device or a computer containing audio data with a USB
cable. (Note that audio data cannot be transmitted/received via Bluetooth connection.) You can
play back audio data on a smart device or a computer with this instrument. You can also record
your keyboard performance as audio data to a music production app on a smart device or a
computer.
NOTE
Both MIDI data and audio data can be transmitted simultaneously. To transmit/receive MIDI data from the [TO
HOST] terminal, set the Function “MIDI Select” setting (page 4) to “USB MIDI.”
If the iOS device’s connector is 30-pin:
Use the Camera Connector included in the Apple iPad
Camera Connection Kit.
iOS device
Lightning to USB
Camera Adapter
2
USB cable
1 USB (B)
3
Android device
USB (A)
TO HOST
USB conversion
adaptor
SHS-500
2
3
If the Android device’s connector is USB Micro B:
Use a USB Type A female - USB Micro B male conversion
adaptor
If the Android device’s connector is USB Type C:
Use a USB Type A female - USB Type C male conversion
adaptor
A USB audio interface function is available on a computer as well. When using this function
on a computer running Windows, you will need to install the Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver to
your computer. For details on using a computer with this instrument, refer to the online PDF
manual “Computer-related Operations” downloadable from the Yamaha Downloads website:
https://download.yamaha.com/
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How to Use the Terminals
NOTE
• This instrument is not compatible with the Yamaha file transfer software “Musicsoft Downloader” and so cannot
transfer any files.
• You don’t need to set the Function “MIDI Select” setting for transmitting/receiving the audio data.
NOTICE
The USB cable connection will not work correctly if you pull out the USB cable without closing the app during
Bluetooth connection. If this happens, turn the power to the instrument on again and then try connect again.
Audio playback
1.
Turn off the power of the instrument, then connect your smart device or a
computer to the instrument with the USB cable.
For the proper order, carefully follow the indicated instruction steps as illustrated on page 10.
2.
Turn on the instrument.
3.
Playback song (audio data) on the smart device or the computer.
The sound of the audio data is produced through the built-in speakers of this instrument.
Audio recording
1.
Turn off the power of the instrument, then connect your smart device or a
computer to the instrument with the USB cable.
For the proper order, carefully follow the indicated instruction steps as illustrated on page 10.
2.
3.
Turn on the instrument.
Recording the performance of this instrument as audio data on recording
software or music production software on the smart device or computer.
For recording operation, refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the software. You can
record audio data to a Yamaha app “Chord Tracker” as well.
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How to Use the Terminals
Audio Loop Back
You can set whether Audio sound input from the [TO HOST] terminal is returned to the smart device
or the computer or not with the performance played on the instrument by setting the Function
“Audio Loop Back” (page 5). The default setting is on. If you want to output only the sound
played on this instrument to the smart device or the computer, set this parameter to off.
Audio data
TO HOST
Return with the keyboard
performance
Smart
device
SHS-500
NOTICE
If you are using a DAW (digital audio workstation) with this instrument, set Audio Loop Back (page 5)
to OFF. Otherwise, a loud sound may occur, depending on the settings of the computer or the application
software.
Precautions when using the [TO HOST] terminal
When connecting the computer to the [TO HOST] terminal, make sure to observe the following
points to avoid freezing the computer and corrupting or losing the data.
NOTICE
• Use an AB type USB cable of less than 3 meters. USB 3.0 cables cannot be used.
• Execute the following before turning the power to the instrument on/off or plugging/
unplugging the USB cable to/from the [TO HOST] terminal.
• Quit any open application software on the computer.
• Make sure that data is not being transmitted from the instrument. (Data is transmitted only
by playing notes on the keyboard or playing back a song.)
• While the computer is connected to the instrument, you should wait for six seconds or more
between these operations: (1) when turning the power of the instrument off then on again,
or (2) when alternately connecting/disconnecting the USB cable.
If the computer or the instrument freezes, restart the application software or the computer OS,
or turn the power to the instrument off then on again.
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How to Use the Terminals
Transmitting/receiving MIDI data
For connecting to a computer or a smart device via the USB cable to transmitting/receiving MIDI
data. This enables you to record your keyboard performance as MIDI data on recording software
or music production software on the computer or the smart device, and then play back it on this
instrument. To do so, make sure to match the MIDI transmit/receive port (in this case, [TO HOST]
terminal) as well as the value of the Function “MIDI Select” setting. For smart device connection,
see the illustration on page 10.
TO HOST
Computer
SHS-500
NOTE
This instrument is not compatible with the Yamaha file transfer software “Musicsoft Downloader” and so cannot
transfer any files.
1.
Confirm that the icon for “USB connection” is shown in the upper right
corner of the display. When the appropriate icon is shown, proceed to
step 2. When not, set according to the steps below.
1-1
Press the [FUNCTION] button repeatedly to call up the Function menu “MIDI Select” in
the upper of the display.
1-2
Rotate the [SELECT] knob to select the value “USB MIDI” ([TO HOST] terminal) in the
bottom of the display.
MIDI Select
Bluetooth connection
USB connection
MIDI connection
2.
3.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Function mode.
Connect a computer or a smart device to transmit/receive MIDI data.
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How to Use the Terminals
5
[MIDI] for using as MIDI keyboard
For connecting other MIDI devices via the included MIDI breakout cable and standard MIDI cables
(sold separately). This enables you to play a MIDI keyboard from the SHS-500.
To transmit/receive MIDI data, make sure to match the MIDI transmit/receive port (in this case,
[MIDI] terminal) as well as the value of the Function “MIDI Select” setting.
MIDI OUT
terminal
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI
MIDI breakout
cable
MIDI IN
terminal
MIDI device
MIDI cables
SHS-500
NOTE
This instrument is not compatible with the Yamaha file transfer software “Musicsoft Downloader” and so cannot
transfer any files.
1.
Confirm that the icon for “MIDI connection” is shown in the upper right
corner of the display. When the appropriate icon is shown, proceed to
step 2. When not, set according to the steps below.
1-1
Press the [FUNCTION] button repeatedly to call up the Function menu “MIDI Select” in
the upper of the display.
1-2
Rotate the [SELECT] knob to select the value “MiniMIDI” ([MIDI] terminal) in the bottom
of the display.
MIDI Select
Bluetooth connection
USB connection
MIDI connection
2.
3.
Press the [EXIT] button to exit from the Function mode.
Connect other MIDI devices to transmit/receive MIDI data.
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How to Use the Terminals
MIDI transmit channel, Local control
You can specify the MIDI channel to transmit the MIDI data (page 4), and set the on/off status
for the Local Control (page 5) via the Functions.
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Troubleshooting
QQ When the instrument is turned on or off, a popping sound is temporarily
produced.
AA This is normal and indicates that the instrument is receiving electrical power.
QQ When using a mobile phone, noise is produced.
AA Using a mobile phone in close proximity to the instrument may produce interference.
To prevent this, turn off the mobile phone or use it further away from the instrument.
QQ Noise is heard from the instrument’s speakers or headphones when
using the instrument with your smart device, such as an iPhone/iPad.
AA When you use the instrument along with the application on your smart device,
we recommend that you set that device’s “Airplane Mode” to “ON” and then the
Bluetooth setting to “ON” on your smart device in order to avoid noise caused by
communication.
QQ No sound is produced even when the keyboard is played, or a Song is
being played back.
AA Check whether a set of headphones is connected to the [PHONES], or not. When
such a connection is made, no sound is output from the speaker of this instrument.
AA Check the on/off status of Local Control (page 5). Normally, set this parameter to
ON.
QQ Not all of the Voices seem to sound.
QQ The sound seems to be cut off when playing the keyboard or Song.
AA You have exceeded 48 simultaneous notes, which is the maximum polyphony (the
maximum amount of notes that can be played simultaneously) of this instrument. If
the Voices are being used along with playback of Song, some notes/sounds may be
omitted (or “stolen”).
QQ Sound input via the [TO HOST] jack isn’t produced from the built-in
speaker of the instrument, or it is too low.
AA Check that the volume setting is not too low on your smart device.
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Troubleshooting
QQ The sound of the Voice changes from note to note.
AA This is normal. The tone generation method uses multiple recordings (samples) of an
instrument across the range of the keyboard; thus, the actual sound of the Voice may
be slightly different from note to note.
QQ The volume is too soft.
QQ The sound quality is poor.
QQ The Song stops unexpectedly or will not play.
QQ The LCD display suddenly goes dark, and all panel settings are reset.
AA The batteries are low or dead. Replace all six batteries with completely new ones or
completely recharged ones, or use the AC adaptor.
QQ The instrument is automatically turned off even if no operation is done.
AA This is normal. This occurs due to the Auto Power Off function (page 5). If you
need to disable the Auto Power Off function, select “Off” in the Function settings.
QQ When the instrument is turned on, power is turned off suddenly and
unexpectedly.
AA The protection circuit has been activated due to over current. This may occur when
an AC adaptor other than the one specified is used, or an AC adaptor is damaged.
Use the specified adaptor only (refer to the Specifications in the Owner’s Manual).
If it should appear to be malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it
inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
QQ Sound input via the [AUX IN] jack isn’t produced from the built-in speaker
of the instrument, or it is too low.
AA To control the [AUX IN] volume, adjust the volume of the connected audio equipment.
AA Use audio cable having no (zero) resistance.
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Troubleshooting
QQ Cannot connect with Bluetooth.
AA Check that the Bluetooth function of the smart device is activated.
AA Check if another smart device is connected to the keyboard via Bluetooth. If this is
the case, disable the Bluetooth function of that smart device, then try connect to the
desired smart device again.
AA The keyboard cannot connect to the smart device via Bluetooth if the computer is
connected to the keyboard with a USB cable. When using Bluetooth connection,
make sure not to connect any other device with a USB cable.
AA Check that the smart device is compatible with the app “Chord Tracker” on the
Yamaha website:
https://www.yamaha.com/kbdapps/
QQ USB cable connection doesn’t work.
AA The USB cable connection will not work correctly if you switch from Bluetooth
connection to USB cable connection without closing the app. If this is the case, turn
the [P] (Standby/On) switch off and turn it on again. Then try the operation again.
QQ Cannot transmit/receive the audio data to/from the external audio device.
AA Audio data is not available with Bluetooth connection. Use USB cable connection.
QQ “!” is shown in the display.
AA The protection circuit has been activated due to over current. Disconnect the USB
device from the [TO HOST] terminal, then turn on the power of the instrument again.
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Voice List
Select a Voice with the [SELECT] knob.
No.
Voice
Display
MSB
LSB
PC1
001
Saw Lead 1
SawLead1
104
20
91
002
Saw Lead 2
SawLead2
0
104
82
003
Quack Lead
QuackLd
0
112
85
004
Bright Decay
BriteDcy
104
21
85
005
Square Lead
SquareLd
0
112
81
006
Under Heim
UndrHeim
104
51
88
007
Analogon
Analogon
104
52
82
008
Synth Brass
SynBrass
0
113
64
009
Electric Piano
E.Piano
104
28
5
010
DX Electric Piano
DXPiano
0
112
6
011
Electric Guitar
E.Guitar
104
3
31
012
Jazz Guitar
J.Guitar
104
0
27
013
Acoustic Guitar
A.Guitar
0
117
26
014
Electric Bass
E.Bass
104
6
34
015
Slap Bass
SlapBass
0
112
37
016
Synth Bass
SynBass
0
112
39
017
DX Bass
DXBass
0
118
40
018
Piano
Piano
0
112
2
019
Piano & Strings
Pno&Strs
104
39
1
020
Piano & Pad
Pno&Pad
104
40
1
021
Air Choir
AirChoir
0
112
55
022
Strings
Strings
0
116
49
023
Brass
Brass
0
117
63
024
Trumpet
Trumpet
0
115
57
025
Flute
Flute
0
115
74
026
Alto Sax
AltoSax
104
2
66
027
Tenor Sax
TenorSax
104
3
67
028
Harmonica
Harmnica
0
112
23
029
House Kit
HouseKit
127
0
65
030
Power Kit
PowerKit
127
0
88
Voices No. 029 and 030 are Drum Kits. When you select a Drum Kit, various drum and percussion
sounds are assigned to individual keys, from which they can be played. Details on the instruments
and key assignments of each Drum Kit can be found in the Drum Kit List on page 20.
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Voice List
Drum Kit List
The MIDI Note # and Note are actually one octave lower than the keyboard Note # and Note. For
example, in “House Kit,” the “Kick T9 5” (Note #48/Note C2) corresponds to MIDI (Note #36/Note
C1).
Keyboard
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)
'ᅊ
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*
*ᅊ
$
%
&
$ᅊ
&ᅊ
MIDI
1 org
127-000-65
127-000-88
0 org
127-000-64
127-000-87
Note
Note
House Kit
Power Kit
Note#
Note
Note Note#
25
C# 0
C#0
13
C# -1
C#-1
W Kick
Surdo Mute
26
D 0
D0
14
D -1
D-1
Surdo Open
Surdo Open
27
D# 0
D#0
15
D# -1
D#-1
Hi Q
Hi Q
28
E 0
E0
16
E -1
E-1
Whip Slap
Whip Slap
29
F 0
F0
17
F -1
F-1
Scratch H
Scratch H
30
F# 0
F#0
18
F# -1
F#-1
Scratch L
Scratch L
31
G 0
G0
19
G -1
G-1
W Noise up
Finger Snap
32
G# 0
G#0
20
G# -1
G#-1
Tom T8 3
Click Noise
33
A 0
A0
21
A -1
A-1
Hi-Hat Open T8 1
Metronome Click
34
A# 0
A#0
22
A# -1
A#-1
Tom T8 6
Metronome Bell
35
B 0
B0
23
B -1
B-1
Crash T8
Seq Click L
36
C 1
C1
24
C 0
C0
Kick T9 4
Seq Click H
37
C# 1
C#1
25
C# 0
C#0
Snare T8 Rim
Brush Tap
38
D 1
D1
26
D 0
D0
Snare T8 5
Brush Swirl
39
D# 1
D#1
27
D# 0
D#0
Clap Analog Sm
Brush Slap
40
E 1
E1
28
E 0
E0
Snare Garage L
Brush Tap Swirl
41
F 1
F1
29
F 0
F0
Snare Rock Roll Distortion
Snare Roll
42
F# 1
F#1
30
F# 0
F#0
Snare T9 3
Castanet
43
G 1
G1
31
G 0
G0
Snare T8 1
Snare Soft Power
44
G# 1
G#1
32
G# 0
G#0
Snare T9 5
Sticks
45
A 1
A1
33
A 0
A0
Kick T9 1
Kick Amb+
46
A# 1
A#1
34
A# 0
A#0
Snare T9 Gate
Open Rim Power
47
B 1
B1
35
B 0
B0
Kick T9 2
Kick Power Open
48
C 2
C2
36
C 1
C1
Kick T9 5
Kick Power Closed
49
C# 2
C#2
37
C# 1
C#1
Snare T9 Rim
Side Stick Power
50
D 2
D2
38
D 1
D1
Snare T9 1
Snare Power
51
D# 2
D#2
39
D# 1
D#1
Clap T9
Hand Clap Power
52
E 2
E2
40
E 1
E1
Snare T9 2
Snare Rough
53
F 2
F2
41
F 1
F1
Tom T9 1
Tom Power 1
54
F# 2
F#2
42
F# 1
F#1
Hi-Hat Close T8 1
Hi-Hat Closed Power
55
G 2
G2
43
G 1
G1
Tom T9 2
Tom Power 2
56
G# 2
G#2
44
G# 1
G#1
Hi-Hat Pedal T9
Hi-Hat Pedal Power
57
A 2
A2
45
A 1
A1
Tom T9 3
Tom Power 3
58
A# 2
A#2
46
A# 1
A#1
Hi-Hat Open T9
Hi-Hat Open Power
59
B 2
B2
47
B 1
B1
Tom T9 4
Tom Power 4
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1 org
127-000-65
127-000-88
0 org
127-000-64
127-000-87
Note
Note
House Kit
Power Kit
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Note#
Note
Note Note#
60
C 3
C3
48
C 2
C2
Tom T9 5
Tom Power 5
61
C# 3
C#3
49
C# 2
C#2
Crash T9
Crash Cymbal Acoustic 1
62
D 3
D3
50
D 2
D2
Tom T9 6
Tom Power 6
63
D# 3
D#3
51
D# 2
D#2
Ride T9
Ride Cymbal Acoustic 1
64
E 3
E3
52
E 2
E2
Crash Cymbal 4
Chinese Cymbal Acoustic
65
F 3
F3
53
F 2
F2
Ride Cymbal Cup 2
Ride Cymbal Cup Acoustic
66
F# 3
F#3
54
F# 2
F#2
Tambourine Hit
Tambourine
67
G 3
G3
55
G 2
G2
Crash Cymbal 3
Splash Cymbal Acoustic
68
G# 3
G#3
56
G# 2
G#2
Cowbell 1
Cowbell
69
A 3
A3
57
A 2
A2
Crash Cymbal 2
Crash Cymbal Acoustic 2
70
A# 3
A#3
58
A# 2
A#2
Vibraslap
Vibraslap
71
B 3
B3
59
B 2
B2
Ride Cymbal 3
Ride Cymbal Acoustic 2
72
C 4
C4
60
C 3
C3
Bongo High Open 1F
Bongo H
73
C# 4
C#4
61
C# 3
C#3
Bongo Low Open 3F
Bongo L
74
D 4
D4
62
D 3
D3
Conga High Tip
Conga H Mute
75
D# 4
D#4
63
D# 3
D#3
Conga High Slap Open
Conga H Open
76
E 4
E4
64
E 3
E3
Conga High Open
Conga L
77
F 4
F4
65
F 3
F3
Timbale H
Timbale H
78
F# 4
F#4
66
F# 3
F#3
Timbale L
Timbale L
79
G 4
G4
67
G 3
G3
Agogo H
Agogo H
80
G# 4
G#4
68
G# 3
G#3
Agogo L
Agogo L
81
A 4
A4
69
A 3
A3
Cavasa House
Cabasa
82
A# 4
A#4
70
A# 3
A#3
Maracas Slur
Maracas
83
B 4
B4
71
B 3
B3
Fx Gun 2
Samba Whistle H
84
C 5
C5
72
C 4
C4
Fx Gun 1
Samba Whistle L
85
C# 5
C#5
73
C# 4
C#4
Analog Shaker H
Guiro Short
86
D 5
D5
74
D 4
D4
Analog Shaker L
Guiro Long
87
D# 5
D#5
75
D# 4
D#4
Claves T8
Claves
88
E 5
E5
76
E 4
E4
Hi Q 1
Wood Block H
89
F 5
F5
77
F 4
F4
Hi Q 2
Wood Block L
90
F# 5
F#5
78
F# 4
F#4
Scratch L
Cuica Mute
91
G 5
G5
79
G 4
G4
Scratch L 2
Cuica Open
92
G# 5
G#5
80
G# 4
G#4
Triangle Mute
Triangle Mute
93
A 5
A5
81
A 4
A4
Triangle Open
Triangle Open
94
A# 5
A#5
82
A# 4
A#4
Analog Shaker
Shaker
95
B 5
B5
83
B 4
B4
Sleigh Bell
Jingle Bells
96
C 6
C6
84
C 5
C5
Bell Tree
Bell Tree
97
C# 6
C#6
85
C# 5
C#5
Snare Hip 1
98
D 6
D6
86
D 5
D5
Snare Hip 2
99
D# 6
D#6
87
D# 5
D#5
Vox Bell
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Voice List
Keyboard
MIDI
Note Note#
1 org
127-000-65
127-000-88
0 org
127-000-64
127-000-87
Note
Note
House Kit
Power Kit
Note#
Note
100
E 6
E6
88
E 5
E5
Snare Break
101
F 6
F6
89
F 5
F5
Vox ALK
102
F# 6
F#6
90
F# 5
F#5
Snare Fx
103
G 6
G6
91
G 5
G5
Kick Fx Hammer
: No sound
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Voice Parameters
Parameter
Octave
Description
For shifting the pitch of the keyboard up or down by one
octave.
Octave affects only notes played after pressing the button.
It does not affect notes that are already playing when it is
pressed.
Setting value: -2 – +2
Default: Depends on the Voice
Transpose
For transposing the pitch of the keyboard up or down in
semitones.
Transpose affects only notes played after pressing the
button. It does not affect notes that are already playing
when it is pressed.
Setting value: -12 – +12
Default: 0
Sustain
While holding down this button, the notes you play have a
longer sustain.
Setting value: ON, OFF
Default: OFF
Pitch bend
For adding smooth pitch variations to notes you play on the
keyboard.
The maximum pitch bend range can be changed via the
Function.
Setting value: 0 – 16383 (MIDI)
Default: 8192 (CENTER)
Modulation
• For applying a vibrato effect to notes played on the
keyboard.
• For changing the parameter of the effect which is
selected with the [EFFECT] selector. (This is available
only when the Function setting “Modulation” value is set
to “EfctCtrl”).
Setting value: 0 – 127
Default: 0
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Effect List
Select the desired effect with the [EFFECT] selector then set its value with the [EFFECT CONTROL]
knob.
Effect
Description
FILTER
Filter
Setting
value
Filter shapes the sound by allowing only a specified range
of frequencies to pass and/or by producing a resonance
peak at the “cutoff” frequency. Filter can be used to create
a range of synthesizer-like sounds.
Filter has two internal parameters Cutoff and Resonance.
Making a setting here automatically changes the setting of
these parameters as well.
Cutoff:
Adjusts the cutoff frequency, and therefore the brightness
Effect name and its value will appear in the
of the sound. The higher the value, the brighter the sound.
display for a few seconds. This is same as
NOTE
the following effects.
Resonance:
Adjusts the amount of Resonance applied at the cutoff
frequency. The higher value increases the Resonance to
emphasize the frequencies at the cutoff frequency, resulting
in an exaggerated peak.
Selecting another Voice resets both Cutoff and Resonance
to 64.
Setting value: 0 – 127
Default: Cutoff: 64, Resonance: 64
DYNAMICS
Dynamics
Setting
value
Sets the touch sensitivity of the keyboard. Lower values
produce greater volume variation in response to keyboard
dynamics—in other words, providing greater sensitivity and
making it easier to produce wide dynamic changes. Higher
values produce a more uniform response—in other words,
providing less sensitivity and making it easier to produce
loud sounds in your performance.
Selecting another Voice resets the effect depth value you
have set.
Setting value: 0 – 127
Default: Depends on the Voice
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Effect List
Effect
Description
REVERB
Adds the ambience of a club or concert hall to the sound.
The higher the value, the greater the effect.
Selecting another Voice resets the effect depth value you
have set.
Reverb
Setting
value
CHORUS
Chorus
Setting value: 0 – 127
Default: Depends on the Voice
Produces a rich “fat” sound as if several parts are being
played simultaneously. The higher the value, the greater
the effect.
Selecting another Voice resets the effect depth value you
have set.
Setting
value
Setting value: 0 – 127
Default: Depends on the Voice
OTHER
Adjusts the parameters of the DSP effect selected by the
Function. Selecting another Voice resets the effect depth
value you have set.
In the default setting, the optimum DSP type for the selected
Voice is automatically called up.
Other
Setting
value
DSP will be turned off when turning the power to the
instrument on or when the DSP parameter is set to 0. DSP
will be turned on if the value is changed.
Setting value: 0 – 127
Default: Depends on the Voice
NOTE
The effect depth value can be controlled by the [EFFECT CONTROL] knob and the Modulation wheel (if set via the
Functions). If both are used to set the value, priority will be given to the last used one. For example, the value will be
set to minimum if you decrease the value with the [EFFECT CONTROL] knob even when the Modulation wheel has
been set to the maximum position.
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Effect List
DSP Type List
DSP Type
Display
Description
Distortion 1
Dist.1
Distortion 2
Dist.2
DSP Chorus
DSP Chrs
Adds warm modulation to the sound. Turn the Knob to
change the modulation speed.
Flanger
Flanger
Creates a swirling, metallic sound similar to that of a jet
airplane. Turn the Knob to change the modulation speed.
Phaser
Phaser
Cyclically modulates the phase to add modulation to the
sound. Turn the Knob to adjust the modulation speed.
Tremolo
Tremolo
Rich Tremolo effect with volume modulation. Turn the
Knob to adjust the modulation speed.
Rotary Speaker
RotarySp
Simulates the characteristic effect of a rotary speaker.
Turn the Knob to change the rotating speed.
Low Pass Filter
LPF
Modifies the tonal color of the sound by cutting the signals
above the Cutoff Frequency. Turn the Knob to adjust the
cutoff frequency.
High Pass Filter
HPF
Modifies the tonal color of the sound by cutting the signals
below the Cutoff Frequency. Turn the Knob to adjust the
cutoff frequency.
Adds an “edgy” distortion to the sound. For powerful guitar
sound of Rock and Blues, it is an indispensable effect.
There are two different types (Distortion 1 and 2). Turn the
Knob to adjust the degree of the distortion effect.
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MIDI Implementation Chart
[ Digital Keyboard ]
Model SHS-500RD, SHS-500B MIDI Implementation Chart
Yamaha
Function...
Transmitted
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1 - 16
1 - 16
1 - 16
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
3
3
**************
12 - 120
**************
0 - 127
0 - 127
Note
Number
: True voice
Note ON
Note OFF
After
Touch
Key's
Ch's
System
: Clock
Real Time: Commands
:
:
:
Mes- :
sages:
:
:
:
Control
Change
Prog
Change
0,32
1
5,65
6
38
7,10
11
64
71,72,73,74
84
91,93
96,97
100,101
: True #
System Exclusive
Common
Aux
: Song Pos.
: Song Sel.
: Tune
All Sound Off
Reset All Cntrls
Local ON/OFF
All Notes Off
All Notes Off
All Sound Off
Active Sense
Reset
Remarks
Velocity
Pitch Bend
Date : 26-Feb-2019
Version : 1.01
9nH,v=1-127
9nH,v=0
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9nH,v=1-127
Bank Select
Modulation
Portamento
Data Entry (MSB)
Data Entry (LSB)
Main Volume,Pan
Expression
Sustain
Sound Control
Portamento Control
Effect Depth
RPN Inc,Dec
RPN LSB,MSB
0 - 127
(120)
(121)
(122)
(123)
(124-125)
(126,127)
Notes:
Mode 1 : OMNI ON , POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON ,MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF,MONO
: Yes
: No
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Published 03/2019 MW-B0
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