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Thanks for using our digital piano This instrument is a high-quality digital piano with 88 standard size touch sensitiv- ity keyboard and combines the most advanced PCM tone generation technology. This instrument has 100 accompaniment styles that can be used to provide fully- orchestrated Auto Accompaniment. The multi-functional LED (MULTI DISPLAY) makes your operation more conveniently. The REGISTRATION MEMORY can be used to store four sets of VOICE and AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT settings whi
Contents ................................................................................................................. Panel controls 2 .............................................................................................................. Precaution 4 ................................................................................................................ Preparation 5 ......................................................................
Panel controls Top Panel Controls 1.POWER Button 11.NUMBER -, [+],[-] Buttons 2.MASTER VOLUME Control 12.TUNE Button 13.RECORD AND PLAY Button 3..ACC[+/-] Button 14.DEMO Button 4.TEMPO[+/-] Button 15.MEMORY 5.KEYBOARD MODE STORE Button NORMAL M1-M4 SELECT S.FINGER FINGERED SPLIT 6.ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL SELECT SYNCHRO Button START/STOP Button INTRO/ENDING Button Rear Panel Controls FILL IN Button 16.MIDI(IN/ OUT) Jack 7.TOUCH Button 17.PEDAL(SUSTAIN/SOFT) Jack
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Precaution Thank you for purchasing this digital instrument.For perfect operation and security,please read the manual carefully and keep it for future reference. Safety Precautions CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is in tended 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. The
Preparation This section contains information about setting up your instrument and preparing to play. Be sure to go through this section carefully before using your instrument. 1.Power Supply Your instrument will run from a power .Plug the power plug into a convenient wall AC power socket. 2 .Using Headphones or an External Sound System A standard pair of stereo headphones can be plugged into the PHONES jack which under the left keyboard for private practice or late-night
5 .THE MIDI IN/ OUT CONNECTOR The MIDI OUT connector transmits MIDI data M MIID DII O OU UT T T Tone Generator one Generator generated by your instrument .Most MIDI key- boards (including your instrument, of course) MIDI OUT MIDI OUT transmit note information via this connector. If the YOUR INSTRUMENT YOUR INSTRUMENT MIDI OUT connector is connected to the MIDI IN connector of a second keyboard. The result is that you can effectively play two instruments at once. 6 6
Listen to the Demo Once you've set up your instrument, try listening to the pre-programmed demon- stration songs - they'll give you a good idea of what the digital piano could do. 1.Turn the Power ON and Set the Volume. Before playing the demo turn the power on by pressing the POWER switch (the panel indicators and MULTI DISPLAY will light) and set the MASTER VOLUME about half way between the "MIN" and "MAX" settings. You can adjust the volume to accommodate your playing. M MA AI
Select and Play the Voices Your instrument has 128 stunning voices and 61 percussion kits that you can select and play. 1.Select a Voice .Press the [VOICE/STYLE] button to turn off its indicator .The voice number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY. .Select a Voice Number Use the [+] and [-] buttons or the number buttons to select the required voice number (01-129). The [+] and [-] buttons can be used to increment (increment by one) or decrement (decrement by one) the
3.Touch Press [TOUCH] button ,you can turn ON/OFF the touch function.When the touch function is ON,the volume will be varied according to how hard you play on the keyboard. + + TEMPO TEMPO TOUCH TOUCH 4.Split Mode Your keyboard can be split into two sections which means different voices can be played with the left and right hands at the same time. NORMAL NORMAL SPLIT SPLIT S.FINGER S.FINGER FINGERED FINGERED .Split Point Change Holding [SPLIT] button simultaneously,
5.Overall Control 1).Sustain Press [SUSTAIN] button so that its indicator lights to turn Sustain ON/OFF. It can be used as a damper pedal. Turning Sustain on to sustain notes after the keys are released. VOICE/STYLE TUNE SUSTAIN µ¥¸ð 2).Tune Your instrument [TUNE] buttons makes it possible to tune the pitch of your instrument to match other instruments. Tune can be accomplished over a 50-cents range(that's 100 cents total ,or one semitone) in 35 steps(approximately 3 cents p
Auto Accompaniment Your instrument has 100 accompaniment styles that can be used to provide fully- orchestrated Auto Accompaniment. When the Auto Accompaniment function is turned ON, this instrument create fully-orchestrated rhythm, bass, and chord accompaniment base on chords you play with the left hand in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard(i.e. all keys to the left of the Auto Accompaniment split point).The right-hand section of the keyboard is available for no
2.Auto Accompaniment Fingering Your instrument has two Auto Accompaniment fingering modes: FINGERED and SINGLE. Press [FINGERED] button to select FINGERED mode,its indicator will be lit. While Pressing [SINGLE] button to select SINGLE mode and light its indicator. .SINGLE Mode SINGLE Mode fingering makes it simple to produce beautiful orchestrated accompaniment using major , seventh , minor and minor-seventh chords bypressing a minimum number of keys in the Auto
The digital paino will accept the following chord type: C Cm m7 7 C C7 7 C C C Cm m ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) .Press [NORMAL] button to turn Auto Accompaniment function OFF. The [SPLIT] and [FINGERED] AND [S.FINGER] indicators are unlit .There is only ONE voice over the entire keyboard, the piano is in SOLO status. NORMAL NORMAL SPLIT SPLIT S.FINGER S.FINGER FINGERED FINGERED 3.Accompaniment Control Your instrument provides a range of accompaniment "sections" - introduction, fill
2).Synchro Start Press the [SYNCHRO] button if you want to start the accompaniment when you play the first note or chord on the AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT section of the keyboard(It's still valid while the AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT function is OFF). If you press the [SYNCHRO] button, the BEAT indicator dots will flash at the current tempo. The synchro start mode can be disengaged by pressing the [SYNCHRO] button again so that the BEAT indicator dots go out. SYNCHRO SYNCHRO START/STOP ST
4.Accompaniment Volume The [ACC] buttons can be used to adjust the volume of the selected accompaniment . .Press the [ACC] buttons Press the [ACC] buttons. The current accompaniment volume value will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY. - - ACC ACC - - TEMPO TEMPO TOUCH TOUCH + + + + .Set the Volume Use the [+] and [-] buttons,the number buttons, or the [ACC] buttons itselves to set the desired volume . The volume range is from 01 (no sound) to 16 (max volume).The defa
Registration Memory Your instrument REGISTRATION MEMORY can be used to store four sets of VOICE and AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT settings that can be recalled during you playing at the touch of one single button. The REGISTRATION MEMORY stores the following parameters: Voice numbers Split point Style number Accompaniment volume Fingering Mode 1.Memorizing the settings The panel settings listed above can be stored to any one of the four REGISTRATION MEMORY butt
Recording Functions Your instrument allows you to record and play back song including chord sequences created using the Auto Accompaniment feature and melody like you play on the keyboard. 1. Record .Press the [RECORD] button Press the [RECORD] button ,the [rEC] will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY. .Start Recording TUNE TUNE Press any key on the keyboard , will REC REC PLAY PLAY DEMO DEMO start recording.If you press SYNCHRO STORE M1 M2 M3 STOR
Appendix 1.Percussion list Value Name Value Name C4 G6 Click(Square Wave) Splash Cymbal C#4 G#6 Brush Tap Cowbell D4 A6 Brush Swirl Crash Cymbal 2 D#4 A#6 Brush Slap Vibraslap E4 B6 Brush Swirl W/Attack Ride Cymbal 2 F4 C7 Snare Roll Bongo H F#4 C#7 Castanet Bongo L G4 D7 Snare H Soft Conga H Mute G#4 D#7 Sticks Conga H Open A4 E7 Bass Drum H Soft Conga L A#4 F7 Open Rim Shot Timbale H B4 F#7 B
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