Casio CTK-500 User manual

Casio CTK-500 User manual
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CIK-500
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Main Features
Jukebox Function
Your own private “jukebox” pre-programmed with 40 tunes, ranging from
established favorites to CASIO originals. Playback tunes and see how it uses the
various accompaniments, fill-ins and endings available with the CTK-500. Then
see if you can play the same tunes yourself!
Ad-Lib Musician Function
Play polished ad-libs with the greatest of ease! This innovative function adjusts the
keyboard so that any key you play matches the accompaniment pattern. You can
use the Ad-Lib function to play along with the Auto-Accompaniment or the
playback using the Jukebox function.
120 built-in tones
Cutstandingly realistic tones from basic piano to just about any other sound
imaginable. Play tones alone In the Solo mode, or mix and match them with the
Duo mode (keyboard split between two tones) and Ensemble mode (two tones
mixed).
Reverb effects
Take your pick between two different reverbs.
Stereo pan
Stereo pan effects are built into each tone and rhythm to add more dynamism to
the sound output from the speakers and headphones.
40 rhythms
All the rhythm you could ever need, from pops and heavy metal to classic.
Expert Logic Accompaniment System
A totally revolutionary new intelligent accompaniment system that automatically
selects and plays the accompaniment pattern that matches the key of the chord
progression being played. The result is sophisticated accompaniment patterns that
are musically logical all the time.
Precaution
If battery power drops below a certain level, the power lamp loses its brightness, the
quality of the tone produced deteriorates, sounds cuts off suddenly and unexpected!y
during keyboard play, a totally different tone may sound, Chord Memory contents
may be lost, auto-rhythm pattern or Jukebox playback may become abnormal.
Should any of these symptoms occur, replace batteries as soon as possible.
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| 1. General Guide |
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© JUKEBOX tunes list
© BEAT list
© TEMPO control buttons
9 JUKEBOX START /STOP
button
G BEAT (JUKEBOX) button
© TONE buttons
(SOLO, DUO, ENSEMBLE)
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1. General Guide
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[Rear panel]
9 PHONES/OUTPUT jack
@ AC adaptor jack
You can power your keyboard with 6 D batteries, standard AC power (with an
optional AC adaptor).
Installing the batteries
This keyboard can be powered by 6 D size (SUM-1/R20P) manganese dry cell
batteries. Make sure that the MODE selector is set to the POWER OFF position when
installing batteries.
1. Open the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the unit.
2. Load new batteries taking care that the plus (+) and minus (-) poles are facing in
the correct directions.
s Standard battery life is approximately 6 hours,
Any of the following conditions indicates that battery power is low, and that you
should replace batteries as soon as possible.
« Dim power supply lamp
Abnormally low speaker/headphone volume
Distortion of keyboard output
Abnormal Jukebox playback
Abnormal sound produced by keyboard play
BEAT and TONE button indicators staying on when power is switched off
Sudden and unexpected cut off of sound during keyboard play, with the
keyboard set up changing to the default settings that are in effect whenever you
switch power on.
Precautions
Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to leak or burst, and may damage your
unit. Note the following precautions:
« Be sure that the plus (+) and minus (-) poles are facing in the correct directions.
* Do not mix battery types.
* Do not mix new batteries with old ones.
« Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
« Remove batteries when not using the unit for extended periods.
+ Never try to recharge the batteries that are specified for the power supply of this
unit.
* Do not expose batteries to direct heat, let them become shorted or try to take
them apart.
(If a battery leaks, dean out the battery compartment of the unit immediately,
taking care to avoid letting the battery fluid come into direct contact with your
skin.)
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2. Choosing a Power Supply
Using AC power
An AC adaptor (AD-5, optional) is required when using household current. Use
only a genuine CASIO adaptor with the same voltage rating (100, 117, 220 or
240V) as the power supply in your area to prevent damage to internal components.
Be sure to turn the power of the unit off before you connect the adaptor to the unit.
Plug the AC adaptor into the AC outlet and the cord into the unit. This will
automatically cut off the battery power supply.
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2. Choosing a Power Supply
| Important |
The adaptor may become warm when it is being used. This is normal and does
not indicate any problem.
Be sure to unplug the adaptor from the power source when you are not using the
unit.
Whenever connecting or disconnecting the adaptor, be sure that the power of the
unit is switched off.
Never use a power supply that does not match that specified for the unit. Doing so
can damage the adaptor or your unit,
Auto power off function
Power is automatically cut off approximately 6 minutes after the last operation of
the unit. Power supply can be restored by switching power OFF and then ON again,
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3. General Operations
Getting started
Follow the steps below to get started.
1. Set the MODE selector to NORMAL. The power indicator lights.
2. Adjust the volume level using the MAIN volume slider.
3. Select one of the 120 preset tones (see “Freset Tones”, page 10),
4. Now, start playing.
Adjusting volume
This keyboard features two volume
control sliders.
MAIN VOLUME slider
Adjusts the overall volume of the key-
board.
ACCOMP VOLUME slider
Adjusts the volume of the rhythm and
the accompaniment pattern.
MAIN VOLUME slider
ACCOMP VOLUME slider
| Importa nt |
Always make sure that the ACCOMP VOLUME slider is set at one of the marks
along its side. If it is set between two marks, accompaniment and rhythm will not
sound.
Reverb effects
Reverb effects make tones longer after REVERB
they are played, which gives the feeling Long
they are being played in a large hall. bars
This keyboard has two different effects,
which you can select between by sliding Short
the REVERB selector between 1 and 2. X reverb
= If you want to play without reverb, slide
the REVERB selector to its OFF position. REVERE selector
| 4. Preset Tones
This keyboard gives you access to a total of 120 preset tones, which are divided into
categories that contain 40 tones each: SOLO, DUO, ENSEMBLE.
How to use the Tone List
A Tone List is printed on the panel of the keyboard to show you the BANK and
NUMBER inputs required for each tone in the Solo, Duo and Ensemble modes.
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SOLO TONE list DUO TONE list ENSEMBLE TONE list
SOLO TONE list These single tones sound on across the entire keyboard
when the indicator above the SOLO TONE button is lit.
DUO TONE list The tone combinations in this list are available when the
indicator above the DUO TONE button is lit.
ENSEMBLE TONE list The tones in this list are created by combining two other
tones. They sound on across the entire keyboard when the
indicator above the ENSEMBLE TONE button is lit.
SOLO TONE List
These tones are classified
according to groups, from
A through H.
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DUO TONE List
These tones are separated
between the tone that sounds
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and the tone that sounds on
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ENSEMBLE TONE List
As with the SOLO tone list, Group names
these tones are classified ac-
cording to groups, from A
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About DRUM SET tone (SOLO TONE Hs)
The DRUM SET (SOLO TONE HS) assigns 16 percussion sounds to the keyboard as
illustrated below. The sounds assigned to each key are indicated above the
keyboard.
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To select a preset tone
|. Press either the SOLO TONE, DUO TONE, or ENSEMBLE TONE button to select the
tone type. The indicator above the button you press should light.
2. Press the BANK button (A through H) for the tone you want to select.
4, Press the NUMBER button (1 through 5) for the tone you want to select.
Example:
To select the ENSEMBLE tone HARP STRINGS, which is tone number ES.
1. Press the ENSEMBLE TONE button and the t
indicator above the button lights. pee TS |
2. Press the BANK B button.
3. Press the NUMBER 5 button. 5
Now if you play the keyboard you will hear the
HARP STRINGS tone.
Notes
» The last tone selections you make from the SOLO TONE, DUO TONE, and ENSEMBLE
TONE lists are retained when you switch over to another list. That means the last tone you
selected will still be selected when you return to that list again.
s Whenever you switch power off, your tone selections are cleared. Switching power on
automatically selects tone Al (PIANO) of the SOLO TONE list. When you enter another list
after switching power on, the corresponding Al tone is selected automatically.
If vou press a NUMBER Button only, the tone will change 10 that tone number within the
some bank. This means that if tone BS is currently selected, pressing NUMBER button 3
switches to tone B3.
If you press a BANK button only, the tone will change to the same tone number within the
bank you selected. This means that if tone Ba is currently selected, pressing BANK button F
switches to tone ES.
s This keyboard is capable of producing a maximum of 16 notes at the same time. Some
tones can produce only elght notes simultaneously, and some of the ENSEMBLE tones can
produce only 4 notes. The number of notes that can be played at the same time is also
reduced when rhythm is being played, when you are using Auto-Accompaniment, etc
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5.Auto Rhythms
The Beat List printed on the panel of the keyboard shows you the BANK and
NUMBER inputs required to select from among the 40 built-in auto-rhythm
patterns.
Beat List
Auto-rhythms are classified
according to groups, from A |
through H.
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To select an auto-rhythm
1. Press the BEAT (JUKEBOX) button. The indicator above the button should light.
2. Press the BANK button (A through H) for the auto-rhythm you want to select.
3. Press the NUMBER button (1 through 5) for the auto-rhythm you want to select.
Example: To select SALSA, which is auto-rhythm F3.
1. Press the BEAT (JUKEBOX) button and the indicator o |
above it lights.
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2. Press the BANK F button.
3. Press the NUMBER 3 button.
Now if you press the START/STOP button, you will
hear the SALSA rhythm.
5.Auto Rhythms §
Motes
The last auto-rhythm selection you make is retained until you switch power off. Switching
power on automatically selects auto-rhythm Al (16 BEAT 1).
If you press a NUMBER button only, the auto-rhythm will change to that auto-rhythm
number within the same bank, This means that if auto-rhythm Bs is currently selected,
pressing NUMBER button 3 switches to auto-rhythm B3.
« If you press a BANK button only, the auto-rhythm will change to the same auto-rhythm
number within the bank you selected, This means that if auto-rhythm B5 Is currently
selected, pressing BANK button Е switches to auto-rhythm Fs.
To play an auto-rhythm
1. After selecting an auto-rhythm, press START/STOP
button to start the rhythm.
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(2. Adjust the tempo using the TEMPO control buttons.
Each press of A speeds up the tempo, while pressing
¥ slows it down. ATEO
Tempo of the auto-chythm can be adjusted between 40
and 256 beats per minute,
Pressing both TEMPO control buttons at the same time
sets the tempo to 132 beats per minute,
- You can adjust the volume of the rhythm by using
the ACCOMP VOUME slider.
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. Press the START/STOP button again to stop auto-
rhythm play.
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SYNCHRO, FILL-IN buttons, See pages 20 through 21 of this manual for details.
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The keyboard is programmed to play 40 different tunes, each of which
demonstrates the capabilities of one of the auto-rhythms. Select the tune you want
to play from the Jukebox List printed on the keyboard's console,
To play a Jukebox tune
1. Press the JUKEBOX START/STOP button, and Jukebox tune begins to play.
2. Tostop Jukebox playback, press the JUKEBOX START/STOP button again.
Note that each of the auto-rhythms is related to a Jukebox tune, This means that
whenever you press the JUKEBOX START/STOP button, the jukebox tune that
corresponds to the currently selected auto-rhythm begins to play.
To select a Jukebox tune
Example: To play Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da, which is Jukebox tune BZ and also
corresponds to Beat List B2,
1. Press the BEAT (JUKEBOX) button and the
indicator above it lights.
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4. Press the JUKEBOX START/STOP button to start
play of the corresponding Jukebox tune. Play
repeats until you switch the Jukebox function off.
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5. To switch the Jukebox function off, press the
JUKEBOX START/STOPF button or the START/STOP a
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| 7. Auto-accompaniment
This unit features 40 accompaniment patterns that let you add full accom-
paniments to your performances automatically.
You can select from two types of auto-accompaniment — simplified fingering
chord play (CASIO CHORD) or standard fingering (FINGERED).
Accompaniment keyboard
When you set the MODE selector to
FINGERED or CASIO CHORD, the
keys of the lower 1.5 octave of the
keyboard are the accompaniment
keys and the rest of the keyboard is
the melody section.
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- Playing an accompaniment using CASIO CHORD
The Casio Chord system lets you easily play the four main types of chords. Playing
of the chords is simplified as shown in the chart below.
Keys Chord Type | Drops,
Pressing one Major chord Cc Lo Е
accompaniment (C Major Chord)
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Pressing two Minor chord Cm
accompaniment (C Minor Chord)
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Pressing three Seventh chord | C7 Filals|c|DfeF
accompaniment (C Seventh Chord)
keys
Pressing four Minor seventh | Cm7
accompaniment chord (C Minor Seventh
keys Chord)
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Note
The bottom note that you play determines the name of the chord. For example, if
the bottom note is C, the keyboard plays a C chord.
Follow these steps to play the Casio Chord auto-accompaniment.
1. Set the MODE selector to the CASIO CHORD E
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2. Select one of the auto-rhythms. (refer to “Auto-
rhythms” on page 13)
3. Start the auto-rhythm by pressing the START/STOP
button. Ea)
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4. Press one to four accompaniment keys. The ac-
companiment automatically plays. |
5. Adjust TEMPO [A/¥], MAIN VOLUME slider, and
ACCOMP VOLUME slider.
6. Press the START/STOP button to stop the auto-
accompaniment.
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Note
You can also use introductions, fill-ins and ending patterns in your accom-
paniment performance. See page 20 for details,
7. Auto-accompaniment
Playing an accompaniment
using standard fingering
The standard fingering (FINGERED) mode lets you play a wider variety of chords.
You can start an accompaniment pattern by pressing down either three or four of
the proper accompaniment keys.
This unit is capable of recognizing 12 different chords. The following shows the
fingerings of the recognized chords with a root of C. Note that you can omit the
fifth note (which are within parentheses in the illustrations below) to produce 7,
m7, maj? and mM7 chords.
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Each of the above examples shows only one of the possible fingerings for each
chord. Note that you can play a chord by pressing its notes in any combination.
For example, each of the following fingerings produce the same C chord.
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« See the “List of fingered chord" on page 56 to 58 for infomation on the fingering of chords
with all the roots.
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7, Auto-accompaniment
Follow these steps to play the standard fingering auto-accompaniment.
1. Set the MODE selector to the FINGERED position.
2. Select one of the auto-rhythms. (refer to “Auto-
rhythms" on page 13)
3. Start the auto-rhythm by pressing the
START/STOP button.
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4. Press the accompaniment keys for the desired
chord.
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. Adjust TEMPO [A/¥], MAIN VOLUME slider, and
ACCOMP VOLUME slider.
6. Press the START/STOP button to stop the auto-
accompaniment.
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Note
You can also use introductions, fill-ins and ending patterns in your accompani-
ment performance. See page 20 for details,
Using INTRO/ENDING button and
SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button
These 2 buttons give you control over the rhythm and accompaniment patterns.
When the MODE selector is in the FINGERED or CASIO CHORD position, you can
control all of the accompaniment patterns. When it is in NORMAL position, you
can control the rhythm pattern only.
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INTRO/ENDING button
INTRO/ENDING button
Use this button to perform the two operations described below.
To start the accompaniment pattern
When you press the INTRO/ENDING button instead of the START/STOF button
to start the accompaniment pattern, the keyboard plays a 2-measure intro
before going into the standard accompaniment pattern.
To end the accompaniment pattern
When you press the INTRO/ENDING button instead of the START/STOP button to
end the accompaniment pattern, the keyboard plays a 2-measure ending before
ending the accompaniment pattern.
SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button
You can use this button to perform the two operations described as follows.
= To insert a fill in pattern
When you press the SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button while Auto-Accompaniment is
playing, an appropriate fill-in is inserted into the rhythm pattern. If you hold
the button down, the fill-in pattern is repeated until the end of the measure
during which you release the button.
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7. Auto-accompaniment
To synchronize the start the accompaniment pattern with your play of the
keyboard, as described in the following procedure.
1. Set the MODE selector to the CASIO CHORD or ous E
FINGERED position. ff A-|
2. Select an auto-rhythm (page 13).
3. Press the SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button. The indicator
above the button should light. |
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(page 20), If you do, the keyboard will play à Z-measure
intro pattern before going into the auto-accompaniment ab
pattern.
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. When you are ready, press the accompaniment
keys to play the first chord, As soon as you do, the se AED
auto-accompaniment pattern begins to play.
5. To stop the auto-accompaniment pattern play,
press the START/STOP button. |
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About “Expert Logic Accompaniment”
The Auto-Accompaniment system of this keyboard employs a revolutionary new
system that is unlike anything ever before available on an electronic keyboard.
Expert Logic Accompaniment is a totally revolutionary new intelligent
accompaniment system that makes real-time decisions about chord progressions.
Based on key judgement logic, this system automatically selects and plays the
appropriate accompaniment pattern to match the key of the chord progression
being played. This means it plays different patterns for the same major chord,
depending on whether the chord is being used as a tonic or subdominant. The
result is sophisticated accompaniment patterns that are musically logical all the
time.
The Ad-Lib Musician function let's you easily ad-lib along with the Auto-
Accompaniment patterns and Jukebox tunes. It adjusts the scale of the keyboard to
play only the notes that match the chord being played by the accompaniment.
This means you can press any key and stay within the correct scale for instant ad-
libs.
To ad-lib with a Jukebox tune
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. Slide the MODE selector to the NORMAL position.
2. Select a Jukebox tune and press the JUKEBOX me
START/STOF button to play it (page 15): TART/STOF
3. Press the AD-LIB MUSICIAN button. The indicator
above the button should light.
At this point, the melody part of the Jukebox tune no
long sounds, and the scale of the keyboard changes to
match the type and chords of the current Beat List
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setting. Now you can play any key on the keyboard you o
want,
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Musician” keyboard, you will not be able to play
it like a standard keyboard.
Anytime you want to cancel the Ad-Lib Musician
function and restart playback of the Jukebox tune’s
melody (and return the keyboard to its normal function),
simply press the AD-LIB MUSICIAN button again (so that
the indicator goes aut). |
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4. To stop playback of the Jukebox tune, press the EDO
START/STOP button or the JUKEBOX START/STOP E
button. O bises
Note
« You can change the tone and tempo of Jukebox tunes only when you are using them with
the Ad-Lib Musician function.
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8. Using Ad-Lib Musician
To ad-lib with chord accompaniment
1. Slide the MODE selector to the CASIO CHORD or a
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2. Press the AD-LIB MUSICIAN button. The indicator ©
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3. Select a rhythm (page 13).
4. Press the SYNCHRO/FILL-IN button. 8
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5. Play a chord on the accompaniment keyboard,
and Auto-Accompaniment begins to play.
At this point, the scale of the keyboard changes to match
the Auto-Accompaniment. Now you can play any key
on the keyboard you want.
Note that since the keyboard is now an “Ad-Lib
Musician" keyboard, you will not be able to play it like a
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6. To stop the Auto-Accompaniment, press the
START/STOP button.
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Notes
« While you are using the Ad-Lib Musician function, the accompaniment keyboard can be
used for play of chords only. You can play additional chords on the melody keyboard
only.
You can record à chord progression into the Chord Memory (page 24) and then play it
back for play along with Ad-Lib Musician. During playback from the Chord Memory, you
can use the entire keyboard (Accompaniment and Melody keyboards) for ad-lib play
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| 9. Using the Chord Memory
The Chord Memory makes it possible to store up to 128 chords of an accom-
paniment pattern into memory. You can then play along with your own
accompaniment as you play it back.
Chord Memory contents
The Chord Memory records the accompaniment chord progression, in addition to
Auto-Accompaniment (page 16) START/STOP, INTRO, FILL-IN and ENDING
patterns.
Important!
9. Using the Chord Memory §
The Chord Memory does not have a back-up power supply. This means that
whenever you switch keyboard power off or whenever the Auto Power Off
function operates, Chord Memory contents are either deleted entirely or
corrupted (and cannot be played back). You have to reinput data into the Chord
Memory whenever you switch power off and then on again.
. Press the INTRO/ENDING button for an intro
pattern.
You can skip this step if you do not want to include an
intro.
. Flay a chord to start recording along with play of
the Auto-Accompaniment.
Flay the chord by elther fingering it or using the Casio
Chord function, in accordance with your setting in step
1, on page 24,
To record into Chord Memory
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. Slide the MODE selector to the CASIO CHORD or
FINGERED position.
À. Select a rhythm (page 13).
The rhythm setting is not stored in memory. When you
playback from the Chord Memory, the currently selected
rhythm 15 applied.
3. Press the START/STOP button.
= Once the rhythm starts to sound, adjust it using the
TEMPO buttons.
After you adjust the tempo, press the START/STOP button (>
again to stop the rhythm.
* The tempo setting is not stored in memory. When you
playback from the Chord Memory, the current tempo is
applied.
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4. Press the RECORD button.
= A metronome sounds and the tempo indicator flashes to
indicate the tempo.
* The metronome sound continues until you start to play.
Nothing is recorded into Chord Memory until you play METI
something on the accompaniment keyboard.
3
. After you play your last chord, press the
INTRO/ENDING button to insert an ending
pattern and end the Auto-Accompaniment.
Ending with an ending pattern will cause
playback to stop automatically when the ending
pattern is reached.
If you do not want to include an ending, press the
START/STOP button instead. Ending with a START/STOP
button operation will cause playback of the Chord
Memory contents to repeat until you stop it.
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To play back from Chord Memory
. Slide the MODE selector to the CASIO CHORD or FINGERED position.
. Set the tempo and select a rhythm for playback.
. Press the PLAY button to start playback of Chord Memory contents.
If the Chord Memory contents end with an ending pattern, playback will stop
automatically when the end of the data is reached.
If the Chord Memory contents do not end with an ending pattem, playback will repeat
until you stop it.
. To stop playback at any time, press the START/STOP button.
Note
During playback from Chord Memory, the entire keyboard becomes a melody keyboard.
10. Troubleshooting
If your keyboard operates erratically, replace the batteries or shift to one of the
alternate power sources mentioned in “Choosing a Power Supply” on page 6. If the
keybaord continues to operate erratically, use the following troubleshooting chart
to correct the problem.
Trouble Possible Cause Remedy
No sound, even if 1. Headphones 1. Disconect headphones.
keys are pressed, connected. 2. Set the MODE selector to
2. Auto power off has POWER OFF and then
activated. NORMAL again.
Not accompani- 1. ACCOMP VOLUME | 1. Turn up the ACCOMP
ment and/or slider turned down. VOLUME slider.
rhythm sound. 2. ACCOMP VOLUME | 2. Make sure ACCOMP
slider not in correct VOLUME slider is sét at a
position. mark and not between two
marks.
Chord Memory 1. Power supply cut off. | 1. Make sure power supply is
contents erased. 2. Dead batteries. always maintained* (page
6).
2. Replace batteries before
| they go dead.
Sound cuts off Dead batteries. Replace batteries with new
suddenly and ones.
unex pectedely
during keyboard
play, with
keyboard set up
changing to power
on default settings.
Occasional
Refrigerators, washing | Use outlet as far away as
interference.
machines and similar | possible from appliance
electric appliances. thought to be the cause.
No sound when Defective connection
Replace connection chord.
connected to cord.
external amplifier.
* Chord memory contents are lost and cannot be recovered whenever power Is cut off.
Restore power and re-record your chords.
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11. Care of Your Keyboard
Avoid heat, humidity or direct sunlight.
Do not overexpose the unit to direct sunlight, or place near an air conditioner, or in any
extremely hot place.
Take care not to drop the unit and avoid strong impact,
Strong impact may cause malfunctions. When carrying or transporting the unit, protect
the keyboard and switches with soft cloth or other material
Keep the unit free of liquids, dust, etc.
Do not allow foreign matter to get between the keys, especially metallic objects such as
hairpins, sewing needles or coins. Also, do not let the unit get wet.
Never attempt to modify any parts of the unit.
The unit is a precision instrument, made of electronic parts. Any modification of, or
tampering with inner parts may cause malfunction.
Do not use lacquer, thinner or similar chemicals for cleaning.
Clean the keyboard with a soft cloth dampened in a weak solution of water and a
neutral detergent, (Soak the cloth in the solution and squeeze until it is almost dry.)
12. Specifications
|
Number of keys: 61
Polyphony: 16-note (Max)
Preset tones: 120
Auto-rhythms: 40
Built-in speakers: 12 cm dia, x 2 (output = 1.1 W + 1.1 W)
Jukebox tunes: 40 tunes
Auto-accompaniment: CASIO CHORD, FINGERED
Chord Memory: Real-time recording
Memory capacity: up to 128 chords (max)
Output jack [output impedance: S04, output voltage:
1.4V(RMS)MAX], AC adaptor jack (DC 9V)
Z-way AC/DC power sources;
AC: 100, 117, 220 or 240 (+ 10Y), 50/60 Hz, with optional
AC adaptor AD-5.
DC: 6 D size (SUM-1/R20P) manganese dry batteries,
(Battery life: approx. 6 hours.)
Approximately 6 minutes after the last operation
Terminals:
Power source:
Auto power off:
Power consumption:
Dimensions(W x D x H):
Weight:
Standard accessories:
6.7W
939 x 337 x 110 mm (36 15/16" x 13 1/4" x 4 5/16")
4.5kg (9,9 Ibs)
Score stand
« Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio of television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
* Reorlent or relocate the receiving antenna.
« Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver,
« Connect the equipment into on outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected,
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance cound void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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