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Congratulations!
Congratulations on your purchase of this Electronic keyboard! The keyboard is an user friendly keyboard with fabulous sound quality and advance feature such as style record and self-learning. No matter you are adult or children, you will enjoy playing the keyboard as it provides amazing styles for accompaniment, expressive tones, and real time record. Other features such as numbered musical notation display chord dictionary, variety of songs will help you better master the playing skill. You are recommended to study this manual carefully before using the unit.

Inside This Package
Please make sure the package completely contains the following:

The Instrument

DC 12V Adaptor

Music Rest

Instruction Manual

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Precautions
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:
Location Do not expose the unit to the following conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious damage Direct sunlight High temperature (near a heat source, or in a car during the day time) Excessive humidity Excessive dust Strong vibration
Power Supply

Cleaning Clean the unit with a soft dry cloth.
Slightly dampen a cloth helps to remove stubborn grime and dirt. Never use cleaners such as alcohol or thinner. Avoid placing vinyl object on top of the unit (vinyl might discolor and stick to the surface) .

Make sure to use the suitable AC adaptor, and also make sure the AC outlet voltage at your country matches the input voltage specified on the AC adaptor's label. Turn the power switch OFF when the instrument is not in use. An AC adaptor should be unplugged from the AC outlet if the instrument will not be used for an extended period of time. Unplug the AC adaptor during electric storms. Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into the same AC outlets as appliances with high power consumption, such as electric heaters or ovens. Also avoid using multiplug adaptors since this could reduce sound's quality, causes operation errors and damages.

Handling and Transporting Never apply excessive force to the controls, connectors or other parts of the instrument.
Always unplug cables by gripping the plug firmly, but not pulling the cables. Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument. Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or placing heavy objects on the instrument could result in scratches or even severe damages.

Electrical Interference This instrument contains digital circuitry and may cause interference if it is placed too close to radio or television receivers. If this occurs, move the instrument further away from the receivers. Turn Off Power When Making Connections
To avoid damaging the instrument and other devices to which it is connected, turn off the power switches of all related devices prior to connecting or disconnecting cables.

Radiated Immunity
The normal function of the product may be disturbed by Strong Electro Magnetic Interference. If so, simply reset the product to resume normal operation by following the instruction manual. In case the function could not resume, please use the product in other location. ESD, Fast Transient and Surge may cause the unit to temporary malfunction. Switch off and on again to resume normal operation.

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.

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Each recording song has 6 track--1 ACCOMP track and 5 melody tracks. then the memory and the record song will be lost. Chorus level. O. MIDI Receive. including 3 user styles. Touch. Fill In A/Normal. Phrase.S. Portamento time. Metronome. Voice R1. Split voice. MIDI Transmit. OTHER FEATURES Dual voice. 36 voices can be selected conveniently from the panel STYLE 203 styles in total. Transpose. Each song has its learning mode DEMO 2 demos in total CHORD MODE Single finger chords. Technical specifications are subject to change The information contained in this manual are considered correct at the moment of printing. Sustain. default setting will be loaded into the keyboard.T. FUNCTION MENU Tuning. Split point. Reverb level. Grand piano. DSP. All specification and appearances are subject to change without prior notice . Pitch bend and etc. Chord mode. 4 . SD Play . Bass.Main Feature KEYBOARD 76-key touch response keyboard LCD DISPLAY The keyboard indicates the note you playing on the staff VOICE 559 voices in total. Rhythm M. RECORD 3 recording song. 24 styles can be selected conveniently from the panel SONG 100 songs in total. MIXER MENU Rhythm s. Sync stop. full range chords CHORD DICTIONARY A function for you to learn the chords. SD CARD Portable storage device to save and load the user songs. STYLE RECORD 3 recording style MEMORY FEATURE 48 memories. Pedal select. Fade In/Out. Chord1. multi finger chords. USB. Beat.Chord2. Voice R2. Fill In B/Variation. Phrase2. Voice L vol. and offers the grade function. Chord3. Headphones. PEDAL Foot Switch (Sustain Pedal Soft Pedal Memory Change Pedal Start/stop Pedal) Volume Pedal INTERFACE MIDI IN / OUT. Octave. user styles and memory datas. Line IN / OUT By pressing and holding [YES/+] and [NO/-] together and turning the power on simultaneously. 8 banks with 6 memories each. STYLE CONTROL Sync start. Start/Stop. Intro/Ending. left and right hand to choose. including Dict 1 mode (dictionary mode) and Dict 2 mode (test mode) SONG LEARNING There learning mode of lesson 1/2/3..

............................................. 27 Store and Load..............................................................57 Appendix 4-Demo List..... 14 Pith bend/Moudulation joystick.............................................................................. 23-25 Tune........................................................Contents General Guide...................................... 16 Start a Style................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14 Portamento.................. 17 18 Fill A/B............. Stop a Style.......................................... Appendix.................... 45 Format....................................... 18 Fade.. 28-29 30 30 Style Record.......... Quantify a Style................................ Lesson 1.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 15 Piano................................................. 26 Memory. Edit a Style.. 8 Headphones Jack............................................................................ LCD Display......................... Delete a Style....................................................... 6 7 Mixer Menu.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 43 Load................................ 27 Bank......... 21-22 Recognizing Chords............................................................................. 14 DSP Effect... Delete Song........................................................50-59 Appendix 1-Voice List............................................................... 24 Portamento Time................................... Record a new Style........................... MIDI Application.......................................................................................................... 47 47 48 48 Specifications................. Lesson 3........... 31-36 Start Style Record.......................................................................................................... 7 Connections............19 Tempo.............. 41 41-46 SD Function........................................................... 8 9 AUX OUT Jack.............................................. 55-56 Appendix 3-Song List.......................................... 37-39 37-38 Lesson Mode................ Split Point................................................... 31-32 32-33 34 34-35 35-36 36 Preparation.......................................................... 12 Select a Voice................................................................ USB Jack.................... 7 Top Panel......................................... 23 23 24 Pedal Assign.............................................................................. 8 Setting Music Rest.............................................................. 8-10 Power Jack......................................... Dual Voice................................................................. 10 MIDI IN/OUT Jack..................... 25 MIDI Setting................................................................................................................................... 15 Octave. Demo................................................................... 58 Appendix 5-Chord List............................................. 9 Sustain Jack......................................................................................................................................................................... USB Connection.............. Beat........................................................... 42 Play............................................................................................................ 25 5 .................................................................................................. 13 Sustain.................................................. Playback Song.................................................................................................. 12 Lower Voice/Split Point............ 11 11 12-15 Voices and Effects.............................. Save... Rear Panel.................................................................................................................. 24 Chorus Level........................... 6-7 Front Panel..................28-30 Record Song.............................. 58 Appendix 6-MIDI Implementation Chart........ MIDI Function.............................................. 14 Transpose.................................................................................. 16-22 Select a Style................. 38 38 Lesson 2...............49 49 Trouble Shooting......... 47-48 What is MIDI.......................20 20 Metronome..................... 11 Power Switch & Volume.. Copy a Style............................................ 10 One Touch Setting....................................................................................................................................................... MIDI Connection................ 39 Chord Dictionary......................................................................................... 13 Touch Respones................... 9 Volume Jack..................................... 39-40 Pedal. 45-46 Style Control. 28 Record............................................................................................................................................. 15 Song.......................................................................... 44-45 Delete...................................................................................................................20 Accomp Volume.......................... 16 The Accompaniment Section............................................................... 50-54 Appendix 2-Style List............................................................................. 24 Reverb Level................. 27 27 Memory Data................................................................................................................59 Function Menu.........................................

S.T.General Guide Front Panel 5 1 37 31 2 3 4 1 8 21 11 10 12 13 14 1 18 16 15 17 19 22 24 25 30 1 20 1 23 32 33 1 34 1 26 27 35 36 28 29 6 9 7 POWER ON/OFF button 2 VOLUME knob 3 ACCOMP + / ACCOMP .button 4 TEMPO + / TEMPO . Button 18 Sequencer -STYLE RECORD button -RECORD button -PLAY / STOP button 1 19 20 1 21 22 23 24 1 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 31 32 1 33 34 1 35 36 37 -ACCOMP button -MELODY 1 button -MELODY 2 button -MELODY 3 button -MELODY 4 button -MELODY 5 button STYLE button VOICE button DEMO button SONG button DATA DIAL -/NO button +/YES button METRONOME button PIANO button TRANSPOSE + / TRANSPOSE OCTAVE + / OCTAVE SD Card Control -SD MENU button -SD EXECUTE button VOICE DIRECT SELECT button DUAL button SPLIT button TOUCH button SUSTAIN button DSP button LCD display 6 .button 1 5 STYLE direct select button 6 MIXER button 7 FUNCTION BACK / FUNCTION NEXT button 8 FINGERD / FULL RANGE LED indicator light 9 In Style mode In Song mode -START/STOP -START/STOP -PAUSE -SYNC STOP -REPEAT A/B -SYNC START -REW -INTRO/ENDING -FF -FILL A -FILL B -FADE 10 CHORD MODE 1 11 LEFT HAND button 12 RIGHT HAND button / CHORD DICTIONARY button 13 LESSON button 14 BANK button 1 15 STORE M1-M6 button 16 ONE TOUCH SETTING (M1-M4) button 17 O.

LCD Display ACCOMP 2 MELODY 1 .MELODY 5 3 DUAL 4 SPLIT 1 5 TOUCH 6 SUSTAIN 7 DSP VOICE/STYLE/DEMO/SONG 8 RECORD / STYLE RECORD 9 MEASURE 10 1 BEAT 11 TEMPO 12 CHORD 13 MEMORY / ONE TOUCH SETTING 14 1 LEFT / RIGHT HAND LESSON MODE 15 NOTE Indication 16 TREBLE CLEF 17 BASS CLEF 18 FILL A / B 1 1 8 3 9 4 1 10 13 1 18 11 12 14 15 1 5 1 6 1 7 2 16 17 Rear Panel USB jack MIDI IN jack 3 MIDI OUT jack 4 SUSTAIN jack 1 5 VOLUME jack 6 AUX.OUT jack 7 PHONES jack 8 POWER jack 1 2 1 USB 2 MIDI IN 3 MIDI OUT 4 1 5 6 7 8 12V SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT PHONES Top Panel 1 2 PORTAMENTO button MODULATION/PITCH BEND joystick 1 2 7 .

as it may hurt your ear.OUT PHONES 12V Never use the headphone with high volume. MIDI IN USB MIDI OUT SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX. To prevent the damage of the speakers. then turn the volume switch to reach the minimum volume level. Make sure that only the AC adaptor specified for this keyboard is used. MIDI IN USB MIDI OUT SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT PHONES 12V When the keyboard is not in use or in the time of thunderstorm. please disconnect the power for safety purpose.Connections Power Jack First. Connect the adaptor into the AC wall outlet and the cord into the unit. 8 . ensure that the volume is set to the minimum level before connecting the power and other devices. please ensure the keyboard is turned off. Please set up the music rest as shown: Headphones Jack If you prefer to play with headphones for high quality personal monitoring. The adaptor shall be 12V DC output. plug a set of stereo headphone into the PHONES jack. and center positive type. Setting Music Rest The keyboard is supplied with a music rest that can be attached to the instrument by inserting it into slot at the rear of the control panel. Plug a set of headphones into [PHONES] jack and the speakers will be shut automatically. The power jack is located on the rear panel of the keyboard body.

MIDI IN USB MIDI OUT SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.OUT jack delivers the output signal of the keyboard to an external amplifier.OUT PHONES 12V To avoid damaging the speakers. then plug the other end of the cord into LINE IN or AUX. USB 9 . The footswitch functions like the damper pedal on a piano-press for sustain. please ensure that volume has set to the minimum level before connecting the power and other devices.OUT] jack located on the rear panel. USB Volume Jack MIDI IN MIDI OUT SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.IN of the amplifier. Use an audio cord to plug into the [AUX.OUT PHONES 12V An optional volume control can be plugged into the [VOLUME] jack for adjusting the volume of sound.OUT PHONES 12V An optional footswitch can be plugged into the [SUSTAIN] jack for sustain control. release for normal sound.AUX OUT Jack The AUX. Sustain Jack MIDI IN MIDI OUT SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX.

MIDI OUT: Data produced by the Digital Piano is transmitted to other MIDI instruments via MIDI from this terminal. MIDI IN/OUT Jack MIDI stand for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. 10 .OUT PHONES 12V MIDI is a world wide standard that makes it possible for various electronic musical instruments and other devices. please be sure to turn off the power switches before you disconnect the related devices from the keyboard.USB Jack Connect PC or other USB host devices that support USB Audio. you can choose USB Audio Device in the device menu of the software to transfer midi data. You can simply connect the MIDI/USB converter to your USB play on your computer and plug the MIDI in and out cables into the piano. MIDI IN MIDI OUT SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX. after the driver is installed and initialization is finished. USB WARNING To avoid damages. MIDI IN: Data transmitted from other MIDI instrument via MIDI is received by this terminal.

2 Turn the volume switch to reach the minimum volume level. all function keys except DEMO. press the [+/YES] & the [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select the song you want. DEMO STYLE VOICE 1 Press the [STYLE] & the [VOICE] button synchronously to enter the demo mode. -/NO. 11 .Preparation Power Switch & Volume 1 First. POWER ON/OFF will be voided. Adjust volume 3 Use the [VOLUME] control switch to adjust the volume to your desired level. the DEMO flag on LCD is lightened. -/NO +/YES In the demo mode. TEMPO. The LCD display lights up. VOLUME. then turn the [POWER] switch on. +/YES. SONG 3 When playing. START/STOP. Demo There are total of 2 Demos. It displays the first demo and plays all demos circularly. please ensure the correct connection based on previous instruction. Jazz SONG DEMO STYLE VOICE 2 Press the [STYLE] & the [VOICE] button again or press the [START/STOP] button to stop playing and quit current mode.

SONG Dual voice You can play two sounds at the same time on the keyboard in Dual Voice mode. Voice R2 will be disabled. the order is: VOICE R1->VOICE R2->VOICE L->VOICE R1. Eg. The number of the dual voice will be displayed on the LCD. "VOICE R2" and "DUAL" signal would be lightened simultaneously. Now. 12 . Piano Eg. the voice indicated is VOICE R2. 2 Press the voice direct select button or use the [+/YES]. The default DUAL VOICE number is "No:265 The Strings". you can get two different sounds at the same time when pressing one key. the voice indicated is VOICE R1. 3 Press [DUAL] button again to turn off the DUAL VOICE. StGrPn1 1 When it is power on. DUAL TheStr SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP DUAL SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP 2 Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button. the first press to select upper one. 1 During the VOICE R1 status. only the right hand area will respond to the dual voice. The default is upper voice when it is power on. -/NO +/YES 36 voices can be directly selected. LCD displays the VOICE R1 state. LCD lightens the "VOICE R1" flag and displays the 001 voice name. While the keyboard is splited. LCD displays "VOICE R1" light off. Cello Two voices will sound at the same time. the second to lower one. Each direct select button includes 2 different voices. including 128 GM voices and 9 percussion voices . the note you play sounds a single voice of Voice R1.Voices and Effects Voice select 559 voices in total. [-/NO] button and DIAL to select the others. When the dual function is on. or rotate the DIAL to select your desired voice. LCD will switch and display the other voice modes being opened in turn. Press it again and later. press [DUAL] button to enter the dual voice mode. SynPno DEMO STYLE VOICE When the state changes to the VOICE by pressing the [VOICE] button for the first time. the left hand area produces sounds in chords. When the dual function is off.

LCD lights the SPLIT flag and displays "VOICE L" and its name. Chord area Melody area Touch Response This function allows you to activate the dynamic level when playing the keyboard. Touch DUAL SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP DUAL SPLIT TOUCH 1 Press the [TOUCH] button. there is no touch response to keyboard.Lower Voice/Split point You can play two sounds on different parts of the keyboard. TOUCH 001/002/ 003/OFF. The default LOWER VOICE number is "No 265 The Strings". You can change the current setting by pressing the [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL button. LCD lightens the "TOUCH" flag and displays touch response type "002 Touch" briefly. -/NO +/YES Touch 3 To experience the effect. the default is 002. SUSTAIN DSP 2 4 setting are available for selection. the "TOUCH" flag goes out. Default split point F# 3 Press [SPLIT] button again to turn off the LOWER VOICE. 13 . LCD darkens its flag. DUAL TheStr SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP DUAL SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP 2 Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button. you can activate Split Mode simply by pressing this button. When you play in real time. It is called Split mode. 1 Press [SPLIT] button to turn on the LOWER VOICE. If the type is set as "OFF". play any note on the keyboard after you turn it on. or turn the DIAL to select the voice you want.

release the [PORTAMENTO] button.2 semitones. it will quit portamento mode. turn left to decrease pitch. SUSTAIN DSP 2 Press [DSP] button to turn off the DSP effect. while playing the keyboard. The default setting of DSP effect is ON. it would adjust the tune of melody. 14 . ranging between +/. Touch DUAL SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP DUAL SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP 2 Press [SUSTAIN] button again to eliminate the SUSTAIN effect. DSP Effect This function allows you to perform the overall sound in a realistic style. LCD lights the SUSTAIN flag. LCD darks the sustain flag. 2 Turn the joystick up and down to activate the MODULATION effect. Pitch bend/Modulation joystick 1 Turn the joystick left and right to activate the PITCH BEND effect. 1 Press [SUSTAIN] button to activate the sustain effect. Dsp DUAL SPLIT TOUCH SUSTAIN DSP DUAL SPLIT TOUCH 1 The DSP effect is set to ON when keyboard power on. Portamento Press and hold the [PORTAMENTO] button . its sustain effect is stronger than the effect by pressing the [SUSTAIN] button. Turn up or down to increase the effect. When you step on the "sustain pedal". release the joystick to turn off the effect. turn right to increase pitch. play the keyboard the note is consecutively from one note to another.Sustain This function helps you to get a voice with a sustained effect.

pressing the [TRANSPOSE +] and [TRANSPOSE -] button simultaneously will set the value to default. [M1]~[M6] button. LCD displays current octave value briefly. 1 Press the [TRANSPOSE +] or [TRANSPOSE -] button for the first time to enter the Transpose setting mode. Octave Piano 1 Press the [PIANO] button to enter the PIANO mode. 3 You can select and play the style by pressing the [STYLE] and the direct select button. ranging from -1 to +1 semitones. the default value is 000. the full range on the keyboard is piano voice. ranging from -12 to +12 semitones. [SPLIT]. 3 In TRANSPOSE setting. Octave 2 Press them again and later. [SONG] . it will quit this menu automatically. it will quit this menu automatically. pressing the [OCTAVE +] and [OCTAVE -] button simultaneously will set the value to default. LCD will then display the style name. PIANO 2 Press the [PIANO] button again to exit the current mode.Transpose You can shift the pitch of the entire keyboard with the TRANSPOSE function by adjusting the pitch in semitone steps. or the [DUAL]. LCD displays current transpose value briefly. the value will increase or decrease by degrees. Accompaniment control will respond in effect as usual only with the drum tracks. 3 In OCTAVE setting. you can exit the piano mode. Transpos 2 Press them again and later. 15 . the default value is 000. also you can use the [+/YES] and [-/NO] button or the DIAL to adjust it. If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after entering the Octave setting mode. Press the [VOICE] + [STYLE] . Transpos Octave 1 Press the [OCTAVE +] or [OCTAVE -] button for the first time to enter the Octave setting mode. If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after entering the transpose setting mode. also you can use the [+/YES] and [-/NO] button or the DIAL to adjust it. the chord mode will be disabled automatically. [VOICE] and the direct select button. the value will increase or decrease by degrees.

and you then press another direct button. When the upper/nether style is on. While changing a style. fill (a-a. in process of accompaniment playing. the corresponding upper/nether style will be selected. pay attention to the rules: If the same button has been pressed twice. 8Beat2 -/NO +/YES 3 Direct Select Button Use the Direct Select Button to select your desired style(24 styles). the style will be swapped from one to another. 3 1 Press [STYLE] button to set the keyboard to the "style mode". b-b). Each section consists of 2 to 4 measures. 3 FILL While the accompaniment is playing. and then stop the performance. The default style is 001. a-b. from 001 to 203. DEMO STYLE VOICE 8BtRock SONG 2 Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or use DIAL to select the style you want. you can fill in the rhythm/accompaniment by pressing the [A] button or the [B] button. 16 . 4 ENDING When you press the [INTRO/ENDING] button. variation.Style Control Select a Style The keyboard has a total of 203 styles. including 3 user styles. The rhythm will begin with a 2-4 measure introduction which will be followed by a main section. 2 NORMAL and VARIATION There are two main sections: normal and variation. The Accompaniment Section Accompaniment consists of Intro. The "STYLE " flag and the style number will show up on the display. 2 direct styles for each button (upper & nether). it brings the ending section appropriate for the accompaniment. b-a. This will automatically insert a fill section. Using different sections based on the structure of styles enables you to enhance musical performance. normal. ending. 1 INTRO Press the [INTRO/ENDING] button to insert an intro section before playing .

Start a Style
1 Start immediately: 2 Chord. Mode:
Use [START/STOP] button to start the style.

Press the [CHORD MODE] button for the first time to enter the FINGERED mode, the relevant LED is lightened. The left area of keyboard are known as the chord area, when playing the chord, both the bass and the chord voice phonate.

Press first

Press the [CHORD MODE] button for the second time to enter the FULL RANGE mode, the relevant LED is lightened. The whole keyboard are known as the chord area, but only to detect the chord and make the current voice of keyboard while style playing. Press the [CHORD MODE] button for the third time to close the chord mode. There are 2 ways to detect the chord: single finger detect and fingers detect. If the chord playing accord with fingers detect, it is recognized as the fingers chord. If not, single finger chord will be recognized.

Press second

Press third

3 Sync Start:
Press the [SYNC START] button, The SYNC START LED lightens, LCD flashes 4 beats with current tempo. Press the [INTRO/ENDING] button to insert INTRO. In this mode, playing the keyboard will start the style automatically.

8Beat2

If chord mode is off, play any key on keyboard to start the style. If chord mode is on, only play the chord area key to start the style with the Auto Bass Chord accompaniment.

4 Intro Start:

When style is not playing, press the [INTRO/ENDING] button, "A" or "B" flashes on LCD, indicates the intro section is ready to play. Length of intro varies in different style.

Flashing

8Beat2
Flashing

Press [START/STOP] button, then the style starts with an intro section , followed by the main section.

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Fill A/B
1 In NORMAL mode, press [A] button to insert 1 measure
fill and LCD flashes 'A'. After one measure is over, NORMAL style will be returned.

2 In NORMAL mode, press [B] button to insert 1 measure
fill and LCD flashes 'B'. After one measure is over, VARIATION mode will be started.

8Beat2

3 In VARIATION mode, press [B] button to insert 1

measure fill and LCD flashes 'B'. After one measure is over, VARIATION style will be returned.

4 In VARIATION mode, press [A] button to insert 1
measure fill and LCD flashes 'A' . After one measure is over, NORMAL style will be started.

8Beat2

Hold down the [A] / [B] button when the style is playing, the selected FILL pattern repeats continuously until button is released. Press [A] when style stop, it will change to the normal section, the flag "A" on LCD will be lightened; Press [B] when style stop, it will change to the variation section, the flag "B" on LCD will be lightened.

Stop a Style
1 Stop immediately:
The accompaniment can be stopped at any time by pressing the [START/STOP] button.

2 Ending stop:
Press the [INTRO/END] button, the style will stop after the ENDING section over.
Flashing

3 Sync Stop:
When chord mode is on and style is not playing, press the [SYNC STOP] button, SYNC STOP and SYNC START LED is lightened. In this mode, press the any key in left area of keyboard to start the style playing and release the keyboard will stop it.
Play a style

8Beat2

When SYNC STOP LED is lightened and style is playing, press the [SYNC STOP] button, the SYNC STOP LED will be darken. In this mode, the style will playing continuously. [SYNC STOP] would be enabled only when CHORD MODE indicator is on.

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Fade
1
FADE IN: Press the [FADE] button when style is not playing , "FADE" LED lights.

Light

"FADE" LED glimmers after style begins to play, style volume will increase from 0 to maxima between 10 seconds, style is played normally subsequently, 'FADE' LED darkens.

Glimmer

Darken after glimmer 10 seconds

Press the [FADE] button again while FADE OUT state , "FADE" LED glimmers, style volume will be increased to maxima on the basis of present volume, style is played normally subsequently, 'FADE' LED darkens.

Glimmer press it again

2

FADE OUT: Press the [FADE] button when style is playing, "FADE" LED glimmers, style volume will decrease from maxima to 0 between 10 seconds, style stops.

Press [FADE ] button while FADE IN state , will enter FADE OUT state, volume is decrease to 0 on the basis of present volume, style stop, 'FADE' lamp goes out.

Glimmer 10s

Darken

Press [FADE ] button while FADE OUT state, will enter FADE IN state, volume increase to maxima on the basis of present volume, style is play normally subsequently, "FADE"lamp goes out.

Light

Keep FADE IN state not changing as FADE IN state stops STYLE.

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the metronome will respond next measure. . 8Beat2 2 Press the [METRONOME] button again to turn off 3 When the style stops to play. Accomp Volume 1 Press [ACCOMP +] or [ACCOMP -] button to adjust volume of accompaniment in style playing. the metronome. When style is playing. the beat type follows the current style. . Default Accomp Value is 28. When the style begins to play. the beat type follows the selection in the function after turning on the metronome.ACCOMP + Accomp Accomp 2 Press [ACCOMP +] and [ACCOMP -] button together to mute the ACCOMP track.ACCOMP + 3 Press [ACCOMP +] and [ACCOMP -] button together again to turn on the ACCOMP volume. the tempo will change with the style automatically to the default one. . 20 . Contrarily the metronome responds at once to the first beat of the style.TEMPO + Selecting the style when it stops. Metronome 1 Press the [METRONOME] button to turn on the metronome the beat type can be selected in the FUNCTION menu . the tempo will not change with the style you select. 4 Metronome can be turned on together with the style. .Tempo 1 Use the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] button and the [+/YES] or [-/NO] button and the DIAL to adjust the tempo from 30 to 280. If the style plays at first.TEMPO + 8Beat2 8Beat2 2 Press the [TEMPO+] and [TEMPO-] synchronously to set to the default tempo. The LCD displays the ACCOMP volume which range between 0 and 31.

C. When A. is on. The examples of Single Finger Chord "C.Recognizing Chords Default mode for A. There are 2 ways to detect the chord: "single finger detect" and "multi finger detect". the relevant LED is lightened. or three fingers. The whole keyboard are known as the chord area. two. To play Multi Chords ( Example in C chords) A total of 32 chords are provided as below: To play a major chord Press the root note of the chord To play a minor chord Press the root note together with the nearest black key to the left of it . the relevant LED is lightened. To play a minor seventh chord Press the root notes together with the nearest white and black keys to the left of it (three keys altogether) .B. . press the keys on the left of split point. Press the [CHORD MODE] button for the second time to enter the FULL RANGE mode. Notes enclosed in parentheses are optional. B6 bB6 B6(9) bB6 9 Baug bBaug bBm6 Bm6 Adim7 bBdim7 Bdim.B.B. Cm. eg. is off on the keyboard. Press the [CHORD MODE] button for the third time to close the chord mode. The left area of keyboard are known as the chord area. Single Finger Chords This method allows you to easily play chords in the accompaniment range of the keyboard using only one. when playing the chord. If the chord played is based on "multi finger detect". the chords could be recognized without them.C. is based on the Chord Root priority. 21 . some chords that could be played under the Chord Dictionary may not be recognised by A. "single finger chord" will be recognized. but only to detect the chord and make the current voice of keyboard while style playing. If not. Press the [CHORD MODE] button for the first time to enter the FINGERED mode. both the bass and the chord voice phonate. it is recognized as the "multi finger chords". Since the chord detection of A. C7 and Cm7" are shown as below: Multi Finger Chords This method allows you to produce an accompaniment by playing chords with normal fingerings in the accompaniment range of the keyboard.B.C.C. To play a seventh chord Press the root note together with the nearest white key to the left of it . The chord will be recognized as single finger chords.

and we can shift the highest note up or down by a semitone to produce two additional chords. In the C major triad shown above. The distance(interval) between adjacent notes of triad in root position is either a major or minor third. The lowest interval in our root-position trial (between the root and the third) determines whether the triad is a major or minor chord... E(the third note of the C major scale). for example. The basic characteristics of the chord sound remain intact even if we change the order of the notes to create different inversions. The chord name tells you what the root of a chord is. The most basic chord type is the "triad" consisting three notes: the root. third.. minor.all at a glance. The root is the central sound of the chord. by choosing the appropriate inversions (or chord "voicings "). Reading Chord Names Chord names tell you just about everything you need to know about a chord (other than the inversion/voicing). or diminished. and fifth degrees of the corresponding scale. the lowest note is the " root" of the chord(this is the chord's "root position". as shown below. which supports and anchors the other chord notes. whether it requires a major or flatted seventh. for example. whether it is major.. what alterations or tension does it use. Successive chords in a chord progression can be smoothly connected.Chord Basics Three or more notes played together constitute a "chord".and G (the fifth note of the C major scale). is made up of the notes C (the root).using other chord notes for the lowest note results in "inversion"). A "C major triad". Some Chord Types 22 .

SOFT. -/NO +/YES 2 Pressing [+/YES] and [-/NO] together will set the TUNE value back to its default setting. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the tune value.Function Menu Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] or [FUNCTION/BACK] button to enter the menu of function. 2 Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the BEAT value. it will quit this menu automatically. Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or the DIAL to set the parameter. 2-9. 2---9 1--76(E1--G7) SUST. MEM. The default option of the menu is "TUNE". When you enter the menu next time. ST/S 1--3 0--127 0--127 01--16. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 1 The LCD displays the tune value. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 1 The LCD displays the beat value. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] or [FUNCTION/BACK] button to select the option to be set. ALL 01--16 Default 000 004 027(#3) SUST REVERB LEVEL CHORUSLEVEL MIDI RECEIVE MIDI TRANSMIT 040Rvb Lev 000Cho Lev ALL Receive 001 Transmit --ALL 001 If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after entering FUNCTION menu. Its range is from -50 to 50 cents only by the right area of keyboard. -/NO +/YES 23 . Beat This function sets the beat value ranging from 0. Tune This function sets the pitch of entire keyboard by steps of cents. The option and the parameters are as the follows: Option TUNE BEAT SPLIT POINT PEDAL ASSIGN PORTAMENTO TIME LCD Display 000Tune 004Beat 034Split pt 001 Ped Sost PORTAMEN Range -50---+50 0. you will find the option is the same as last time.

The level ranges from 0 to 127. BACK NEXT -/NO +/YES Pedal Assign This function sets the pedal type to soft pedal. start/stop pedal. The default value is 2. 3 There are 3 types from 1-3. The part below the split point is the the CHORD area. Reverb Level 1 The LCD displays the reverb level. 2 Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the split point. -/NO +/YES Portamento Time FUNCTION 1 The LCD displays the type of portamento. memory select pedal. The default value is floating and follows the voice. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 1 The LCD displays the type of pedal. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 2 Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the reverb level. You may also use keyboard to change the split point by simply selecting the note you desired to be the point of separation. sustain pedal.Split Point This function sets the point that separate the entire keyboard to two section. 2 Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the pedal assign. The default pedal is sustian pedal. -/NO +/YES 24 . FUNCTION 1 The LCD displays the split point value. BACK NEXT Portamen -/NO +/YES 2 Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the type of portamento.

FUNCTION BACK NEXT -/NO +/YES 2 Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] or DIAL to change the chorus level. channel 1~16 can also be selected separately. -/NO +/YES FUNCTION 2 TRANSMIT can be used to set the channel of MIDI OUT. The default setting is "all ". BACK NEXT Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or the DIAL to select the channel. There are total of 16 channels for selection. Otherwise. BACK NEXT Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or the DIAL to select the channel. MIDI Setting FUNCTION 1 RECEIVE can be used to set the channel of MIDI IN. Default setting is "001". -/NO +/YES 25 .Chorus Level 1 The LCD displays the chorus level. The level ranges from 0 to 127. The default value is floating and follows the voice.

it will quit this menu automatically.Mixer Menu MIXER FUNCTION 1 Press the [MIXER] button to enter the menu of mixer. The option and the parameters in detail as belows: Option Rhythm_s Volume Rhythm_m Volume LCD Display 026 Rhythm_s 026 Rhythm_m 026 Bass 026 Chord1 026 Chord2 026 Chord3 026 Phrase1 026 Phrase2 026Voice R1 010 Voice R2 010 Voice L 020 Sd play Range 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 000 -031 Deafult 026 026 026 026 026 026 026 026 026 010 010 029 Description percussion instrument 1 percussion instrument 2 bass foil symphonic melody 1 symphonic melody 2 symphonic melody 3 intermezzo snippet 1 intermezzo snippet 2 single voice dual voice lower voice Bass Volume Chord 1 Volume Chord 2 Volume Chord 3 Volume Phrase 1 Volume Phrase 2 Volume Voice R1 Volume Voice R2 Volume Voice L Volume SD MIDI PLAY Volume 26 . then the option you enter next time will be the same as last time you exit. -/NO +/YES If you don't press any button for 5 seconds after entering the MIXER menu. BACK NEXT 2 Press the [MIXER] button continuously to select the option you want. The default option of the menu is "Rhythm_s". then use the [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or the DIAL to set the parameters.

then press the [M1] button (or [M2] ~ [M6]) . Style. Sustain. each bank has 6 memories (M1~M6). the memory data will be set as the default value. 27 . Bank There are 8 banks in total. Tempo. Memory Data The data can be stored to the memory are as follows: Voice R1. NewRegga Press [STORE] and [M1] together while power the piano . If the current memory data be changed. Mixer. with 00x showing the Bank that has been selected. Function.Memory Memory feature can be used to preset 48 complete control-panel setups which could be recalled whenever needed. 1 Press [BANK] button. Store and Load 1 Press and hold the [STORE] button. Accomp Volume and Octave. the corresponding memory flag on LCD will be erased. the current data will be stored in them. Press and Hold Mem Stor 2 Press the [M1] button (or [M2 ~ [M6] ) to load the data from them and replace the current parameters. Mem Bank 2 Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or DIAL to select the bank. Voice R2. Voice L. the LCD displays "00x Mem Bank".

either some Track save data know sth according to then homologize flag illumine flag extinguish express track without data or said track be set as record time outer-sync playback. Press the three buttons together Record Song(Real Time) Press the [RECORD] button for the first time to enter the user song selection mode. 4 types of parameters (M1~M4) will be loaded to match the current style.B. Use the [+/YES] or [-/NO] button and DIAL to select one you want to record. including: Voice R1. LCD Left Side Flag indication active user Song homologize Track state.T.S. Hold down [RECORD] and [PLAY/BACK] button.One Touch Setting One Touch Setting is a powerful and convenient function that allows you to reconfigure all settings instantly with the touch of a single button. Press any of the [M1] ~ [M4] button.] button again to turn off the O. Octave . A. mode is automatically turned on during O.S.S. 5 MELODY tracks) in each song. while M3 and M4 store the parameters for the variation style. [MELODY5] button shut active user song of the track. Flag lighten on the LCD.T. Mode.T.S. [MELODY2]. 3 Press [O. which is corresponded to your desired setting. .T. all recorded data will be erased. it will load the relative type of parameter to be suited for the current style. then power on the piano. Reverb Level. [MELODY1]. In this function. Voice L.C. M1 and M2 store the parameters for the normal style. Record 3 user songs can be recorded in the piano with 6 tracks (1 ACCOMP track.S. Voice R1 Volume. Voice R2. Press [ACCOMP].S. Rec_song 28 . The LCD displays the current song name and number. 8BtRock 2 Press any of the M1-M4 buttons.T. 1 Press [O. 8BtRock 4 The default parameters stored in the O.T. Voice R2 Volume. Mode.] button to turn this mode on and the O. Chorus Level.

When the cursor is darkened. Press the [ACCOMP].1 Waiting for recording: Press the [RECORD] button for the second time to enter the record mode. Parameters such as the voice. lighten and darken. whereas "Accomp" track can be recorded with a Melody track at the same time. [MELODY 1] . four beats flashes synchronously to indicate waiting for recording. The corresponding track will be switched between the above three states. If the capacity is full while recording. it indicates there is no data in this track or there is data on this track but it is forbid to play the recorded material while recording. press the [START/STOP] button or play the keyboard to start recording. Press "Accomp" (or "Melody 1" to "Melody 5") to select the desired track. The LCD lightens the REC flag. At the same time an empty track will be selected to be recorded automatically and relative track flag flashes (the selection order is Melody1. it indicates the flashing track is the track chosen to be recorded.[MELODY 5] button to select the track you want to record. When the cursor is lightened. it indicates there is recorded material in this track for the selected song. the recording will be stopped automatically with the FULL display on LCD. the old data of the selected track will be overwritten.... Only 1 Melody track can be recorded at a time.Melody5 and Accomp. 3 Choosing tracks There are 3 states of choosing tracks in the left cursor of LCD: glimmer. style and tempo can be revised. Flash synchronously StGrPn1 Flash 2 Start recording: When 4 beats on LCD flashes. Style can only be recorded in "Accomp".Melody2. press the [INTRO/ENDING] button to stop recording after the ending accompaniment is over. when entering record mode. When the cursor is flashing. If Accomp track is recording. the Melody1 will be selected while all tracks are't empty ).. 3 kinds of states: Glimmer bright darken StGrPn1 4 Stop recording: Press the [RECORD] button for the third time to stop recording. Full 29 .

5 You can use the [ACCOMP]. 2 Use the [+/YES] or [-/NO] button and DIAL to select one you want to play. 4 Press it for the third time or to stop playback. You also can press the [START/STOP] button to stop it. some track have data and is set up in order to allow the corresponding cursor of the playback to light. LCD will display "NULL" temporarily. If press other keys and cancel deleting and withdrawing from and deleting the state at this moment. -/NO +/YES 30 . The cursor will point out the state of the corresponding track of the user's song on the left of LCD. the cursor of the track will all darken simultaneously. 3 Press [RECORD] button. Null Delete User Song 1 Press [PLAY/STOP] button to enter the user song selection mode. LCD will display "DelUser". Play_song 2 Press [+/YES] / [-/NO] button to select the user song you want to delete. otherwise the cursor goes out. The LCD displays the current song name and number. [MELODY 1] and StGrPn1 [MELODY 5] button to turn on or off the relative track you want to play. If there is no user song when you press [PLAY/STOP]. LCD displays " OK! ".Playback Song 1 Press the [PLAY/STOP] button for the first time to enter the user song selected mode. Play_song 3 Press the [PLAY/STOP] button for the second time to playback the user song. DelUser? OK! 4 Press [+/YES] button to delete the current user song When complete.

BACK NEXT 31 . The style must be recorded by paragraph and by track. After finishing recording a track of a paragraph. This rhythm can be chosen from any of the existing 200 styles and you can also select your recorded style as original rhythm. LCD display the current user style.3 styles can be recorded and the data will not be lost after the power is off. you may proceed to record a different track of the same paragraph of a different paragraph. You are also allowed to save the recorded style to SD card. Start Style Record 1 Press the [STYLE RECORD] button. at first LCD display the RECORD menu. -/NO +/YES FUNCTION Record 3 Then press the [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter next menu. Be note that the built-in rhythm are programmed with CM7. Structure of a Part: Rhythm includes 8 paragraphs at most: Main _ A Main _ B Intro _ M (major) Intro _ m (minor) Fill _ A (insert in a) Fill _ B (insert in b) Ending _ M(major) Ending _ m(minor) Each part includes 8 tracks at most: Rhythm sub (rhythm subsidiary) Rhythm main Bass Chord 1 (symphonic 1) Chord 2 (symphonic 2) Chord 3 (symphonic 3) Phrase 1 Phrase 2 Attention: If you power off the piano during style recording. the recording data will be lost.Style Record Style record allows user to produce a new rhythm through recording and editing an built-in style. Style_01 Style_02 2 Use the [+/YES] or [-/NO] button and DIAL to select the others. you need to choose a rhythm as the original rhythm. Before recording.

LCD now displays "Overdub". [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select a recording mode. The data will not be saved. Quantify. Delete Record a new Style 1 Select RECORD in style record menu level1. Overdub BACK NEXT Press [+/YES].Copy 4 Use the [+/YES] or [-/NO] button and DIAL to select the others includes Record. Copy. pressing [STYLE RECORD] button again will exit from the recording state. -/NO +/YES Replace In Replace mode. FUNCTION Record BACK NEXT FUNCTION 2 Press [FUNCTION / NEXT] to enter record mode menu. only Record and Copy can be selected. Edit and Delete. the original style data will be overwritten with the newly recorded data. -/NO +/YES Quantify 5 If the user style selected is empty. 32 . the newly recorded data will be added to the original style data. Edit 6 At any moment of style recording state. 2 options for recording mode: overdub and replace. In Overdub mode.

Ending _ M. the selected paragraph of the original rhythm begins to play in a loop way. phrase 1. Press the [FUNCTION / BACK] button to return previous menu. phrase 2. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select a original rhythm. bass. you would only have drum kits for selection.FUNCTION 8BtRock GtPop1 3 Press [FUNCTION / NEXT] to enter rhythm selection menu. The style record is on the synchronized start mode. BACK NEXT Press [+/YES]. BACK NEXT 6 Press the [FUNCTION / NEXT] button to enter the record ready menu. FUNCTION M_A:Chd1 Flash together BACK NEXT 7 M_A:Chd1 8 9 FUNCTION Press the [STYLE RECORD] button to exit the current mode. Fill _ B. chord 3. Intro _ M. Press the [START/STOP] button to start recording. [-/NO] button or DIAL or direct select buttons to change the voice for the current track. BACK NEXT Press [+/YES]. -/NO +/YES 5 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter the paragraph menu. There are 8 paragraphs to be selected includes: Main _ A. -/NO +/YES FUNCTION 4 Main_A Main_B Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter the paragraph menu. Press the [START/STOP] button again to stop recording and return to the synchronized start state. FUNCTION Chord1 Press [+/YES]. The style will play with CM7 chord. You can also repeat the operation by pressing the [FUNCTION / BACK] button to return previous menu and select other options. chord 2. At that time you can use the [+/YES]. Main _ B. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select the paragraph of rhythm. the recorded data in current loop would be replayed in next loop. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select the track: Rhythm sub. and the beat display will flash at the current tempo. Rhythm main. Ending _ m. If you've picked the drum track. Press [FUNCTION / BACK] to return previous menu. Play the keyboard to record. chord 1. Intro _ m. Also you can delete the note being recorded in last loop by pressing the same note at same time in next loop within 1/8-quarter note around it played. Fill _ A. BACK NEXT 33 .

[-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to choose "Quantify" (if there is no data in user style. Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter choice menu. LCD now displays: "Sure? " . 1/8 (Eighth). Press [+/YES]. we'd suggest choosing the shortest note of the piece as the quantization precision for best result. Press [+/YES]. If a lower quantization precision is chosen. FUNCTION 1/16 BACK NEXT Quantization Precision value 34 . 1/16 (Sixteenth). [-/NO] button or rotate the dial to select the accuracy for quantifying. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 3 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter next menu. 1/32 (32nd). for example choosing a quarter note as the precision when the shortest note is a 16th. FUNCTION -/NO +/YES 8BtRock Sure? Complete +/YES 2 BACK NEXT Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter rhythm selection menu. Quantization helps users to correct the timing by aligning the notes to the exact beat. otherwise press [-/NO] to return to previous menu. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to choose "Copy " . Press [+/YES] to confirm. 4 Press [+/YES] to finish copy. the note with the short duration may be filtered. 1 Select the user style that needs to be quantified. -/NO Quantify a Style As timing of the recording may not be as accurate as it should be. 1/32 Tri(32nd Triplet). Quantify -/NO +/YES 2 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter Quantization Precision menu. 1/8 Tri (Eighth Triplet). Press [+/YES]. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select a user style that needs to be copied. this menu can not be selected). Quantity accuracy includes 1/4 (quarter). Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter choice menu. 1/16 Tri (sixteenth Triplet). Press [+/YES]. 1/4 Tri (Quarter Triplet).Copy a Style Copy 1 Select a user style slot to be used to store the new style.

FUNCTION Main_A Chord1 Sure? Complete +/YES Press [+/YES]. Use the keyboard to input the style whole name. Ending _ M. -/NO +/YES Edit Tempo 8 Beat R Flash 2 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter tempo edit menu. The recorded style will be played with the desired accuracy. It may include 26 letters and characters with the most length of 32 characters. Press [+/YES] to confirm. Intro _ M. Please refer to page 42 for naming function. Press [+/YES]. phrase 2. Intro_m. chord 3. BACK NEXT 4 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter the Track menu. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 5 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter next menu. bass. LCD now displays "Sure?". -/NO Edit a Style Select the style that needs to be editted. Press the [FUNCTION/BACK] button to return previous menu. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select the paragraph of rhythm: Main _ A. Fill _ A. 1 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter choice menu. Otherwise. Style will be quantified accordingly. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 35 . chord 1. phrase 1.chord 2. press [-/NO] to return to previous menu.3 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] to enter the paragraph menu. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to choose "Edit". [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select the track: Rhythm sub. Press [+/YES]. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 3 Press the [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter the rename menu(full name). The original time and length of note will not be recovered after quantization. Fill _ B. FUNCTION BACK NEXT 6 LCD displays "Complete". Ending _ m. Rhythm main. Main _ B. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to modify tempo. Press [+/YES].

[-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select the track that needs to be deleted. BACK NEXT FUNCTION BACK NEXT 4 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter next menu. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to select the paragraph that needs to be deleted. LCD now displays "Sure?". the menu will jump to step 4. -/NO +/YES Delete a style Select the user style that needs to be deleted. Only 8 characters or digits can be inputted. Press [+/YES]. Press [+/YES] to confirm. 1 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter choice menu. 6 Press [+/YES] to finish editing. If all is selected. FUNCTION Save? Complete BACK NEXT Press [+/YES] to confirm. Press [+/YES]. the rhythm will be deleted.4 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter page of the abbreviation of style name. [-/NO] button or rotate the DIAL to choose "Delete". -/NO +/YES Delete Main_A Chord1 Sure? 2 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter Paragraph Selection page. Press [+/YES]. 36 . If All is selected. LCD now displays "Save? " FUNCTION 8BtRock BACK NEXT Flash 5 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter next menu. FUNCTION BACK NEXT FUNCTION 3 Press [FUNCTION/NEXT] button to enter Track Selection page. -/NO +/YES Complete 5 Press [+/YES] to finish deleting. Press [-/NO] to return to previous menu. otherwise press [-/NO] to return to previous menu.

There are 3 levels to score the performance of your playing. Press [START/STOP] button to stop playing the song. the song flag on LCD is lightened. FF and PAUSE: When the song is playing. STYLE VOICE CHORD DICT. LCD will displays its whole name at first with roll and then stays in shortened form. press [STYLE]. If neither hand is selected. L&R CHORD DICT. includes 57 songs with left and right melody parts. but it will not quit the song mode. Press the [REPEAT A/B] to set the loop begin. or hold the [CHORD DICTIONARY] button to enter Chord Dictionary mode. Song repeat When playing the song. Hold the [ ] to rewind the song (base on the measure). 1 START/STOP the song: Press [SONG] button to enter the song mode. press [REPEAT A/B] button to set the location of loop begin and loop end to the current song. and press the [REPEAT A/B] twice to set the loop end. SONG LESSON The user song do not have the function of REW. DEMO L&R 5 When the song is stopped. LESSON CHORD DICT. 33 style songs and 10 piano songs. FF and PAUSE. press [REPEAT A/B] again to quit loop playing status. It will play all songs in circle. If select the new. Carmen 1 LESSON 1 In song mode (Song is not playing). the keyboard will choose the right hand automatically. hold the [ ] button to fast forward the song. it will play current song repeatedly. the measure starts from negative value.Song There are 100 songs in total. It begins to play the song when the measure goes to 1. REW. When in loop status. You can use [R] and [L] button to select which hand to practice. press [LESSON] button to enter lesson mode. Press the [ ] to pause the playing song. [VOICE] and [DEMO] button will exit the song mode. And the piano offers the GRADE function to help you better know your progress. Carmen 1 LESSON 1 LESSON 37 . it has the introductory beat. DEMO STYLE VOICE Carmen 1 SONG 2 Loop: The 2nd time you start playing the song by pressing [START/STOP] button. -/NO +/YES 4 Song control: Introductory beat: Before the song start playing. 3 Select the song: Use [+/YES] / [-/NO] button or DIAL to select the song you want. Lesson Mode L&R There are 2 different ways to practice the songs by the time value training and note correction training.

the piano only grade your practice by the note. 57 song can permission practice the left hand and right hand. Only when you play the correct note. accuracy of note playing will not be accounted for. Lesson 2-Practice a note accuracy L&R Press [LESSON] button again to enter the lesson 2 mode. Lesson 1-Practice timing Press [LESSON] button to enter the lesson mode. If you choose chord song. Because the melody track note span of song may exceed the range that staff can reveal. the chord / melody will sound. Carmen 1 LESSON 2 LESSON In LESSON 2 mode. LESSON L&R CHORD DICT. Press [START/STOP ] button to start to practise. study chord part time according to chord bond potential prompt play the musical instruments or play the musical instruments transposition chord all validity. In LESSON 1 mode. staff high notes district might have +12. +24 display at this moment. the piano only grade the time value of the playing. 58-100 song only used to right hand practice. it will mute the changing chord and melody by left hand. show whom staff reveal high one octave or two octave of notes at present. the result of evaluation will be voiced. You will have to follow timing on both left and right hand. the lesson 1 flag is lightened on LCD. 1-42. LESSON L&R CHORD DICT. LESSON Carmen 1 LESSON 1 3 Once completed. You will have to follow timing of the left hand. it will mute the melody of right hand and you will have to follow the timing of the right hand. the staff displayed on the LCD indicate the melody and chord position. LCD shows the last note played by RIGHT track. +24 chord to style song is invalid. Carmen 1 LESSON 1 LESSON L&R 1 2 Press [START/STOP] to start to practise. Chord of style song reveal first octave in staff bass all the time when revealing +12/+24. CHORD DICT. the content of your practice by left hand is not the same. the left hand practices the chord. and it will be convenient for you to practice . Carmen 1 LESSON 1 If [L] is selected . the melody will sound. the song will continue to the next note. Carmen 1 LESSON 1 If [R] is selected. If [L] and [R] are selected. otherwise. accuracy of time value will not be considered as the song will only continue to the next when the correct note is played. As long as the timing is correct.According to the type of the song. CHORD DICT. When the song is playing. As long as the timing is correct. the melody on left and right hand will be muted. L&R CHORD DICT. The display of this +12. 43-56 . 38 . left hand practise the melody.

(The note does not note sound) the root note you set will be shown on the display.1 Press the m7 key in the section of the keyboard which has labeled CHORD TYPE (The note does not sound).1 LESSON 1 Dict. In this mode. It is ideal when you know the name of a certain chord and want to quickly learn how to play it. For example. the keys above C6 are used to assign the Chord Root.Lesson 3 L&R CHORD DICT. Press the C key in the section of the keyboard labeled CHORDROOT. Dict. Press [LESSON] button in LESSON 2 to enter the LESSON 3 mode. it will score your practice by the correction of the time value and note. Press [START/STOP ] button to start to practise. if we want to play a Cm7 Chord. Notation of chord LESSON 1 Chord name (root and type) 39 ./R] button for longer than 2 seconds to enter DICT 1 mode. LESSON MosetaDn LESSON 3 In LESSON 3 mode.1 LESSON 1 LESSON When the Chord Type and Chord Root is confirmed. Dict. The notes you should pay for the specified chord (root not and chord type) are shown in the display as the notation and also in the keyboard diagram. The LCD will display the Chord and its keyboard position. L&R CHORD DICT. the keys above C4 are used to assign the Chord Type. 1 DICT 1 (CHORD LEARNING MODE) Press and hold the [CHORD DICT. Chord Dictionary Chord dictionary is essentially a built-in "chord book" that help you to check the Chord notes.

LCD displays the corresponding keyboard position automatically. Dict. When you play the correct chord within 3 seconds.2 LESSON 1 LESSON 24 chords will be displayed in the dictionary mode as follows: Chord Root: Note C6 C #6 D6 E 6 E6 F6 Chord Type: Chord Root C C #/D D E /D E F # Note # F 6 G6 A 6 A6 B6 B6 Chord Root F# G / G A /G A B /A B # # Note C4 C# 4 D4 b E 4 E4 F4 F#4 G4 Ab4 A4 B 4 B4 Chord Type M M(9) 6 mM7 M7 m m(9) m6 m7(9) m7 m7b5 7 Note C5 C# 5 D5 E 5 E5 F5 F #5 G5 A 5 A5 B 5 B5 Chord Type 7(b9) 7(9) 7(#9) 7(b13) 7(13) 7( # 11) dim7 dim 7aug aug 7sus4 sus4 36 . L&R CHORD DICT. if not. The chord area on the LCD will display a random chord . while the keyboard position doesn't display anything on LCD. the next chord (random) will be displayed on LCD to wait for the correct chord playing.2 DICT 2 (CHORD TEST MODE) Press [R] button again to enter DICT 2 mode. Press [R] button for the third time to turn off chord dictionary.

(See FUNCTION) BACK NEXT -/NO +/YES 1 PEDAL SUSTAIN If pedal assign is set as "sustain".you also could press and hold [MENU] button for 2 seconds to exit directly. SAVE DELETE and FORMAT. it will display "No Card". the notes played before you step on have a sustain effect. SD SD Play LESSON 1 card 1 You can also press any DIRECT SELECT BUTTON/ [VOICE] / [STYLE] / [SONG] / [DEMO] / [DUAL] / [SPLIT] / [PIANO] to exit SD CARD menu. !" will disappear temporarily for 3 seconds then it will show "Play"on the LCD.then you can press [MENU] to exit. Otherwise.. "Wait.. sustain effect is turned off . It is compatible with the FAT 16/32 file system format. you could press [MENU]button repeatedly to exit sd menu step by step. 3 PEDAL MEMORY SELECT If pedal assign is set as "pedal mem". No Card Wait. it will load the next memory parameter when you step the pedal. -/NO +/YES 3 41 .! Load Save Delete Format 2 In midi play mode. SD Function There is a standard SD external interface which supports SD cards with capacity of 16M ~ 2G.[-/NO] button to adjust the volume to play. 2 PEDAL SOFT If pedal assign is set as "pedal soft".. If there is no card. Press the [MENU] button to enter the SD CARD sub menu which includes: PLAY LOAD.Pedal Foot Switch FUNCTION The keyboard can assign the pedal in function menu. the pedal will have the same function as [START/STOP] button. Release the pedal..you can press mixer button then press [+/YES]. 4 PEDAL START/STOP If pedal assign is set as "pedal ST/S". it will activate the soft effect when you step the pedal. In SD card mode. .

press the [START/STOP] button to stop playing. press them synchronously. -/NO +/YES SNG_1111 Then press the [START/STOP] button to play it repeatedly. it won't respond to the other function. [TEMPO -] button. SD FOLDER01 Play SD 1 Select the menu "Play" and press the [EXECUTE] button. you can press the [EXECUTE] button to exit the directory. SD 3 When the file is playing. LCD will display "No file". Use the [+/YES]. If there is neither MIDI file nor subdirectory in the root .. then stop to play the file. Press the [EXECUTE] button to play all files in the current directory circularly. FOLDER01 .In the SD mode. the current tempo will reset the default one of the file. No File SD If there is neither MIDI file nor subdirectory in the current directory. SD When the file is playing. you can select new file in the current directory or other subdirectory. LCD will display the MIDI files and directories in the root of the SD card. Press the [MENU] button to take a step back. or press the [MENU] button 2 seconds to exit the SD mode. then new MIDI files or subdirectories of the directory will be displayed. you can adjust the tempo with the [TEMPO +]. [-/NO] button and DIAL to choose the SD menu you want. [-/NO] button and DIAL to select the MIDI file. When the file is playing. 2 Use the [+/YES]. SNG_1111 SD If there is no midi file identified inside the current directory. Also you can press the [MENU] button to return PLAY menu. Please refer to page 42 for naming function. LCD will display " . 42 . Play SD If the MIDI file in SD could be identified and selected. Press the [EXECUTE] button to enter the current sub-directory. Press the [EXECUTE] button to take a step forward. "and the "d" sign. LCD will display the sub-directory name and the "d" sign. LCD will display file name and the "F" sign. .

You just need to press the [EXECUTE] button to load the file. the memory files you saved or directory in the root of SD are displayed on the LCD. the user styles you saved or directory in the root of SD are displayed on the LCD. you can select them with dial or the [+/YES] & the [-/NO] button. the main name of the file includes 8 characters.! SD SD You just need to press the [EXECUTE] button to load the file. "Sure? " will be displayed on the LCD. you can select them with dial or the [+/YES] and the [-/NO] button. the user songs you saved or directory in the root of SD are displayed on the LCD. -/NO +/YES SD LoadSong SNG_0001 UserSong Sure? Wait.. the main name of the file includes 8 characters.[-/NO] buttonand DIAL to select one. You just need to press the [EXECUTE] button to load the file. the Load menu are displayed on the LCD. Press the [EXECUTE] button. Press the [EXECUTE] button. the main name of the file includes 8 characters. SD 3 Load Memory Select the menu "LoadMem" and press the [EXECUTE] button. it includes "Load Song".. the SD SD The empty user style slot will be displayed onthe LCD. 1 Load Song Select the menu "LoadSong" and press the [EXECUTE] button. the empty user song slot will be displayed on the LCD. "Sure?" will be displayed on the LCD. the postfix name is MID. the postfix name is STY.. Press the [EXECUTE] button.. Use the [+/YES].Load SD Load LoadSong LoadSty LoadMem Select the menu "Load" and press the [EXECUTE] button. "Sure?" will be displayed on the LCD. You can select songs with DIAL or the [+/YES] & the [-/NO] button. You can select styles with dial or the [+/YES] & the [-/NO] button. Press the [EXECUTE] button to confirm the desired file. Press the [EXECUTE] button to confirm the desired file. 2 Load Style Select the menu "LoadSty" and press the [EXECUTE] button.! LoadSty STY_0001 UserSty Sure? Wait. the postfix name is MEM. "LoadSty" and "LoadMem".! LoadMem MEM_0001 Sure? Wait... SD SD 43 .

. SD Press the [EXECUTE] button to go to next step. you can select the storage directory with DIAL or the [+/YES] .! SD 2 Save Style Select the menu "SaveSty" and press the [EXECUTE] button. Press the [EXECUTE] button to enter the enquiry page. SD SD You just need to press the [EXECUTE] button to save the file. [-/NO] button.. the user style recorded is displayed on the LCD. you can play the keyboard to input the filename. If there is no any subdirectory or recognized files in the storage directory you select.and you are allowed to use [+/YES] [-/NO] button or DIAL to change to "SaveHere". press [EXECUTE] to save the file to the current directory. Select the storage directory with DIAL or the [+/YES] . "Sure?" will be displayed on the LCD. Press the [EXECUTE] button to enter the enquiry page. the user song recorded is displayed on the LCD. the Save menu are displayed on the LCD. SD SNG_1111 Sure? Wait. Press the [EXECUTE] button to enter next step. it includes "SaveSong". SD Save SaveSong SaveSty -/NO +/YES SaveMem SaveSong UserSong FOLDER01 SD 1 Save Song Select the menu "SaveSong" and press the [EXECUTE ] button."will displayed on LCD. "SaveSty" and "SaveMem". Select a user style be saved with DIAL or the [+/YES].! Press the [EXECUTE] button to go to next step. SD SaveSty SD UserSty FOLDER01 STY_1111 Sure? Wait.[-/NO] button. You can select either with DIAL or the [+/YES] and the [-/NO] button The operation of SAVE is same as PLAY.. When "SaveHere" displayed on the LCD... 44 .Save Select the menu "Save" and press the [EXECUTE] button. LCD will display the naming state. "Sure?" will be displayed on the LCD. [-/NO] button. Press the [EXECUTE ] button to enter next step. Select a user song to be saved with DIAL or the [+/YES]. you can play the keyboard to input the file name. LCD will display the naming state. [-/NO] button. You just need to press the [EXECUTE] button to save the file.".

SD SD SD The directorids is unable to delete. Wait. SD SaveMem FOLDER01 MEM_1111 SD SD Sure? Wait.. You just need to press the [EXECUTE] button to delete the file. Format Sure? Press the [EXECUTE] button to format it. Press the [EXECUTE] button. you can select the storage directory with DIAL or the [+/YES] ... LCD will display the naming state. you can play the keyboard to input the filename.! Format SD Select the menu "Format" and press the [EXECUTE] button. the card will be formatted.! Delete Sty_0001 Sure? Delete Select the menu "Delete" and press the [EXECUTE] button.. SD Wait.. "Sure?" will be displayed on the LCD. You can select the file that need to be deleted with DIAL or the [+/YES] & the [-/NO] button. Press the [EXECUTE] button to enter next step. You just need to press the [EXECUTE] button to save all the datas includes 48 memorizers. "Sure?" will be displayed on the LCD. user songs and user styles or all directories in the root of SD are displayed on the LCD. all files includes MIDI files.3 Save Memory Select the menu "SaveMem" and press the [EXECUTE] button.! 45 . "Sure?" will be displayed on the LCD.. Press the [ EXECUTE] button to enter the enquiry page.[-/NO] button.

Keyboard & ASCII Character Relative Table is as follows: Explanation: [SHIFT]: 26 letters will be displayed with capital letter by pressing the keyboard in letter area directly. SameName CardFull 46 . LCD will display "CardFull" temporarily. [BACK]: move the current cursor to the left. If the name input has already existed. If there's no enough space in the card after name input. [DELETE]: To erase the character which cursor flashes. While in the SD mode. then exit the SD mode to return the previous state. LCD will display "SameName" temporarily. it won't respond to it. then exit the SD mode to return the previous state. [NEXT]: move the current cursor to the right. press the [SHIFT] key hold on.The file name includes 1-8 characters which can be inputted with the keyboard.

you can not use the MIDI IN function.MIDI Function What is MIDI 1 MIDI stands for "Musical Instrument Digital Interface". Pentium 2 Memory: 64MB or more Hard Disk: at least 2 MB of free base OS: WINDOWS 2000/XP 2 The Method of Connection Connect a standard USB cable between the rear-panel of the USB jack of the instrument and the USB jack on your computer (USB cable sold separately).OUT PHONES 12V 2 3 4 USB Connection 1 System Requirements CPU: 300 MHz or higher. USB connection can be used for midi data transference with computer or other USB host devices that support USB audio device with an USB cable. turn the power of both devices off and then turn it on again after a few seconds. Use the keyboard as a tone generator. Connect the USB cable to the instrument and a computer before turning the power of the instrument on. MIDI IN USB MIDI OUT SUSTAIN VOLUME AUX. Activate the computer from a sleep/suspended/ standby mode before connecting the USB cable. possibly causing corruption or losing the data. While a recording is playing back and a style is playing. The keyboard can be connected to the PC or other USB host device with an USB interface. Failure to do so can cause the instrument and/or the computer to hang up(freeze). 47 . or the song you are playing will have error occurs for the same channel. 3 USB Precautions Please observe the following precautions when connecting the instrument to a computer via a USB cable. that is the standard interface between a PC and other electronic instrument(s). If the instrument or computer does hang up. the data (MIDI) recorded on the PC or other USB host devices can be played on the keyboard.

2 The method of connection Connect the MIDI interface with PC.MIDI Connection 1 Connection rule In midi connection. while another is called "Affiliated equipment". The host equipment's MIDI OUT connects with affiliated equipment's MIDI IN Note that MIDI OUT cannot be connected with MIDI IN on the same equipment. 48 . PC recorded data (MIDI) can be played on the keyboard. Connect the MIDI interface with the other MIDI interface. MIDI Application The keyboard can control other equipments or electronic instruments. the equipment which control another one is called "Host equipment". Some equipments can be used to control the keyboard.

+/YES. Execute. Sync Start Intro/End/Repeat A/B. Melody 3 Melody 4.Specifications LCD display Keys Polyphony Voice Style Song Demo Control button Multi-functional LCD 76 keys with touch response 64-note polyphony(max) 559 Voices 203 Styles. Sustain.Tempo +/-. Melody 1. Volume pedal.S. Melody 2.Out . Sync Stop. Record. . Metronome. Store.-/NO. DSP Demo. Start/Stop . Melody 3 Melody 4. Accomp. Lesson. Melody 2. FADE Accompaniment Control Record Function Panel Memory Connectors Speaker Dimension Weight Accessories Record. Octave +/Start/Stop . L&R. Style Record. Function Back/Next. SD Menu. Dual. Manual All specifications and appearances are subject to change without notice. Sync Start . a popping sound will be temporarily produced. Split. Aux. . Play/Stop. Style Record. Accomp +/-. There is no sound even when the keyboard is played or when a song or style is being played.Tranpose +/-. Possible Cause and Solution This is normal and indicates that the instrument is receiving electrical power. When a set of headphonesis plugged into this jack. Song. Music Rest. 49 . including 3 user styles. no sound is output. Trouble Shooting Problem No matter the instrument is turned on or off. M1-M6. Intro/End/Repeat A/B. 100 Songs 2 Demos Power on/off. Voice. Melody 5. .B . Check if any cable or headphone is connected to the PHONES jack on the rear panel. Melody 1. Bank. Mixer. Touch. Play/Stop. USB. Sync Stop. O. Chord mode. Headphones. MIDI IN/OUT 4 10w x 2 . Chord Dictionary.B . Accomp. Melody 5 48 Memory Storage DC Power. A . 4 25w x 2 1305(L)x220(W)x495(H)mm 12kg Adaptor. Dial. Master Volume. Style. Sustain pedal. FADE. Piano. A .T.

1 Detuned E.P. 047 Cloudy E.P. 1 Mallet 065 Celesta 1 066 Celesta 2 067 Birght Celeasta 068 Celesta & Sine 069 Reecho Bell 070 Celesta & Music Box 071 Glockenspiel 1 072 Glockenspiel 2 073 Glockenspiel & Sine 074 Glockenspiel & Celesta 075 Music Box 1 076 Music Box 2 077 Music Box 3 078 Toy Box 079 Music Box & Harp 080 Stereo Vibrapho 081 Rigid Vibraphone 082 Vibraphone 1 083 Vibraphone 2 50 .P. 1 044 Layered E.P.P.Piano 1 / W E. Soft E.P.P.P.P.Piano 3 / W E. 2 045 Nylon E.P.Piano 2 / W E. 046 Warm E.P. 2 E Piano 1 E Piano 2 E. 048 Grand Harpsichord 049 Harpsichord 1 050 Harpsichord 2 051 Harpsichord 1 / W 052 Harpsichord 2 / W 053 Harpsichord Octave 1 054 Harpsichord Octave 2 055 Harpsichord Release 056 Harpsikd / O 057 Piano & Harpsichord 058 Stereo Clavichord 059 Clavichord 1 060 Clavichord 2 061 Clavichord 1 / W 062 Clavichord 2 / W 063 Clavichord Wah 064 Punchy Clavichord No Name 084 Vibraphone 1 / W 085 Vibraphone 2 / W 086 Vibraphone & Bell 087 Vibraphone & Harpsichord 088 Marimba 1 089 Marimba 2 090 Marimba / W 091 SinMarimba 092 Stereo Marimba 093 Marim ba & Vibraphone 094 Wood Drum 095 Xylophone 1 096 Xylophone 2 097 Tubular Bells 1 098 Tubular Bells 2 099 Tubular Bells 3 100 Dulcimer 101 Santur 102 Shorty 010 Pi ano & Strings 011 Piano & Choir 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 Acoustic Grand Piano Stereo Bright Piano Bright Piano 1 Bright Piano 2 Bright Piano 1 / W Bright Piano 2 / W Detuned Piano Chorus Piano Velocity Crossfade Piano Organ 103 Drawbar Organ Stereo 104 Soft Stereo Drawbar Organ 105 Mellow Drawbar Organ 106 Drawbar Organ 107 Drawbar Organ Detuned 108 Bright Drawbar Organ 109 1960 Drawbar Organ 110 1970 Percussive Organ 111 Percussive Organ 1 112 Percussive Organ 2 113 Light Click Organ 114 Percussive Organ Detuned 115 Stereo Rotary Organ 116 Rock Organ 117 Rotary Organ 118 Slow Rotary Organ 119 Detuned Church Organ 120 Church Organ 1 121 Church Organ 2 122 Octave Church Organ 123 Stereo Reed Organ 124 Reed Organ 125 Accordion 1 Piano Pad Piano & Vibraphone Electric Grand Piano Stereo Honk-Tonk Honky -Tonk Honky -Tonk Dark Honky-Tonk 1 / W Honky -Tonk 2 / W Stereo Hard E.Appendix 1-Voice List No 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 Name Piano Stereo Grand Piano 1 Stereo Grand Piano 2 Stereo Grand Piano / W Grand Piano / W Stereo Piano Dark Octave Piano 1 Octave Piano 2 Synth Piano Dreamscape 042 Velocity Crossfade E. Deep E. Velocity Crossfade E.P. Detuned E.Piano 4 / W Hard E. 2 043 Layered E.P.

156 Velocity Jazz G.T.T.T. 153 Jazz G.T. 2 166 Funk G.T. 141 Chorus Nylon G. 2 176 Distorted Rhythm G. 140 Detuned Nylon G. 150 12 String G.T. 167 Jazz Boy Bass 182 Acoustic Bass 1 183 Acoustic Bass 2 184 Acoustic Bass Detuned 185 Acoustic Bass Filter 186 Jazz Style 187 A.T.T.Bass & Mute G. 149 Velocity Pedal Steel G.T.T.T.T. 1 154 Jazz G. 152 Nylon & Steel G. 1 159 Clean G.T. 172 Distortion G.T.T.T. 2 138 Nylon G.T. / R 139 Velocity Nylon G. 164 Muted G.T. Harmonics 2 210 Fretless Bass Detuned 2 211 Fretless Bass Detuned 3 212 Slap Bass 1 213 Slap Bass 2 214 Slap Bass 3 215 Slap Bass 4 216 Power Slap Bass 217 Lash Thumb Bass 218 Resonant Slap Bass 219 Velocity Switch Slap Bass 220 Synth Bass 1 221 Synth Bass 2 222 Synth Bass 3 223 Synth Bass 4 224 Synth Bass 5 225 Super Synth Bass 226 Tech Synth Bass 227 Synth Bass / O 228 Fast Syntonic Bass Guitar 136 Nylon G.T.T. 1 175 Feed backG.T.T. 1 137 Nylon G.T.T. 1 170 OverDriven G.T.T. 1 173 Distorted G. 142 Bright Nylon G.T.T.T. 146 Velocity Steel G. . 188 Resonant Bass 189 Velocity Crossfade Bass 190 Wah Bass 1 191 Wah Bass 2 192 Finger Bass 1 193 Finger Bass 2 194 Detuned Finger Bass 195 Dark Finger Bass 196 Jazz Bass 197 Resonant Finger Bass 198 Velocity Bass 199 Velocity Finger Bass (FX) 200 Bass & Distorted Elec Guitar 201 Pick Bass 1 202 Pick Bass 2 203 Mute Pick Bass 204 Detuned Pick bass 205 Fretless Bass 1 206 Fretless Bass 2 207 1990 Bass 208 Fretless Bass & Sine 209 Fretless Bass Detuned 1 Strings 229 The ViOlin 230 Violin 1 231 Violin 2 232 Violin 3 233 Mono Violin 234 Octave Violin 235 Electric Violin 236 Slow Violin 237 Two Violin 238 Soft Violin 239 Largo Violin 240 Viola 1 241 Viola 2 242 Viola 3 243 Dark Viola 244 Cello 1 245 Cello 2 246 Cello 3 247 Cello 4 248 Celloen 16' 249 Chamber Music 250 Contrabass 1 251 Contrabass 2 51 .T. 177 5th Distortion 178 Distortion G.T.T. 2 174 Feed backG.T.T. Harmonics 1 181 G. 2 145 Detuned Steel G.T. 1 144 Steel G.(Fx) 148 Pedal Steel G. 143 Steel G. 151 Chorus Steel G.No Name 126 Accordion 2 127 Accordion 3 128 Chorus Accordion 129 Mustte 130 Accord It Solo 131 Harmonica 1 132 Harmonica 2 133 Detuned Harmonica 134 Sweet Harmonica 135 Tango Accordion No Name No Name 168 Stereo Muted G. 2 155 Mellow G. 2 160 Clean G. 162 Velocity Clean G. 169 OverDriven G. 3 161 Stereo Clean G. Detuned 158 Clean G.T.T. 147 Velocity Steel G.T. 163 Chorus Clean G. 1 165 Muted G. 180 G. 157 Jazz G. Octave 179 Stereo Distorted G.T.T.T.T.T. 2 171 Detuned Overdriven G.T.T.

No Name 252 Tremolo Strings 1 253 Tremolo Strings 2 254 Slow Tremolo Strings 1 255 Slow Tremolo Strings 2 256 Pizzicato Strings 1 257 Pizzicato Strings 2 258 Octave Pizzicato 259 Orchestral Harp 1 260 Orchestral Harp 2 261 Ve locity City 262 Africa 263 Timpani 1 264 Timpani 2 No Name Echo Synth Voice 294 295 Orchestra Hit 1 296 Orchestra Hit 2 297 Orchestra Hit Octave 298 Orchestra Hit Stereo 299 6th Orchestra Hit No Name 336 Synth Brass 2 337 Synth Brass 3 338 Synth Brass 4 339 Synth Brass 5 340 Leap Brass 341 Octave Synth Brass 342 Synth Brass & Strings 1 343 Synth Brass & Strings 2 344 Echo Brass 345 Sooth Brass Brass 300 Trumpet 1 301 Trumpet 2 302 Trumpet 3 303 Dark Trumpet 304 Resonant Trumpet 305 Sweet Trumpet 306 Wah Trumpet 307 Trombone 1 308 Trombone 2 309 Trombone 3 310 Dark Trombone 311 Strings & Trombone 312 Tuba 1 313 Tuba 2 314 Tuba Solo 315 Soft Tuba 316 Muted Trumpet 1 317 Muted Trumpet 2 318 French Horn 1 319 French Horn 2 320 Soft Horn 321 Stereo French Horn 322 5th Horn Orchestr 323 Brass Section 1 324 Brass Section 2 325 Brass Section 3 326 Brass Section 4 327 Brass Section Octave 328 Brass Swell 329 Brassband 330 Bright Brass Section 331 Dark Brass 332 Mute Brass Ensemble 333 Sforzato Brass 334 Stereo Brass & Strings 335 Synth Brass 1 Reed 346 Soprano Sax 1 347 Soprano Sax 2 348 Soprano Sax Soft 349 Solw Soprano Sax 350 Sweet Soprano Sax 351 Alto Sax 352 Alto Sax & Breath 353 Super Alto Sax 354 Sax Band 355 Folk Sax 356 Tenor Sax 357 Baritone Sax 358 Baritone Sax & Breath 359 Oboe 1 360 Oboe 2 361 Sweet Oboe 362 English Horn 1 363 English Horn 2 364 Analog Horns 365 Woodwinds 366 Bassoon 1 367 Bassoon 2 368 Clarinet 1 369 Clarinet 2 Strings Ensembl 265 The Strings 266 Synth Strings 1 267 Synth Strings 2 268 Synth Strings 3 269 Synth Strings 4 270 Synth Strings 5 271 Strings Ensemble 1 272 Strings Ensemble 2 273 Resonant Strings 274 Stereo Slow Strings 275 Slow Strings 276 Sforzato Strings 277 Orchestra 278 Legato Strings 279 Arco Strings 280 1960 Strings 281 1970 Strings 282 Solo Strings 283 Choir Aahs 1 284 Choir Aahs 2 285 Choir Aahs 3 286 Mellow Choir 287 Stereo Choir Aahs 1 288 Stereo Choir Aahs 2 289 Strings Choir 290 Voice Oohs 1 291 Voice Oohs 2 292 Synth Voice 1 293 Synth Voice 2 Pipe 370 Piccolo 371 Flute 372 Jazz Flute 373 Recorder 374 Sweet Pan Flute 375 Pan Flute 376 Dark Pan Flute 52 .

No Name 377 Blown Bottle 378 Shakuhachi 379 Whistle 1 380 Whistle 2 381 Ocarina No 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 Name PWM Pad Sine Pad Warmly Pad Horn Pad Pad 3 (Polysynth) Click Pad Analog Pad Poly Pad Poly Synth Pad Pad 4 (choir) Choi r Pad 2 Pad 5 (bowed) Bowed Pad 2 Pad 6 (metallic) Metallic Pad 2 Pan Pad Pad 7 (halo) Halo Pad 2 Pad 8 (sweep) Sweep Pad 2 Dipolar Pad Rising Congregate No 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 Name Sitar Detuned Sitar Banjo Shamisen Koto Kalimba Bagpipe Fiddle Shanai Lead 382 Lead 1 (square) 383 Square 384 Lead Sine 385 Slow Square Lead 386 Sine Solo 387 Square Lead 1 388 Square Lead 2 389 Thick Square 390 Corrie 391 Quint 392 2 Oscillators Lead 393 Sawtooth Lead 1 394 Sawtooth Lead 2 395 Wavy Sawtooth 396 Lead 2 (sawtooth) 397 Solw Saw 398 Super Analog 399 Synther 400 Heavy Sawtooth 401 Bauble Lead 402 PWM 4th 403 Lead 3 (calliope) 404 Lead 4 (chiff) 405 Lead 5 (charang) 406 Lead 6 (voice) 407 Voice Lead 408 Lead 7 (fifths) 409 Fifths Lead Soft 410 Fifth Lead 411 Lead 8 (Bass & Lead) 412 Massiness 413 Bass Lead Percussive Tinkle Bell Agogo Steel Drums Wood Block Taiko Drum Melodic Tom Synth Drum Reverse Cymba l Sound Effects Guitar Fret Noise Breath Noise 1 Stream Helicopter 2 Seashore 1 Telephone Ring 2 OpenDoor Starship CloseDoor Siren Gunshot 2 Rise2 Bird Tweet Ambulance Rise1 Fall Seashore 2 Bird 1 Clop Wind Cattle Horse Telephone Ring 1 Bird Effects FX1 (rain) FX2 (soundtrack) Progenitor Prelude FX3 (crystal) FX4 (atmsphere) Warm Air FX5 (brightness) Smog FX6 (goblins) Choir Bell FX7 (echoes) Reecho Pan Large Pan Echordrzz Slow Fantasyland FX8 (sci-fi) Pad 414 Pad 1 (newage) 415 Slow Square 416 New Year Pad 417 Pad2 (warm) Ethnic 53 .

No Name No Name 499 Breath Noise 2 500 Heartbeat 501 Laugh 502 Applause 2 503 Helicopter 1 504 Fire 505 Punch 506 ScratchCut 507 Fight 1 508 Shot 509 Fight 2 510 Applause 1 511 Sheep 512 Firework 513 Lion 514 Frog 515 Bird 2 516 Dog 517 Spring 518 Gunshot 1 519 Gunshot 3 520 Laser Gun 521 Drip 522 Siren 2 541 Stereo Strings & Piano 542 Orchestra 543 Full Strings 1 544 Full Strings 2 545 Symphonic 546 Stereo Choir & Strings 547 Trombone & Stereo Strings 548 Club Brass 549 Woodwinds & Strings 550 Pan Flute & Strings Pad Drum Set 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 Standard Kit Room Kit Power Kit Electronic Kit Analog Kit Jazz Kit Brush Kit Orchestra Kit SFX Kit Combined Voice 523 Stereo Piano & Strings Pad 524 Stereo Piano & Choir 525 Piano & Warm Pad 526 FM Electric Piano 527 Old Electric Piano 528 Digital Piano 529 E.Piano & Strings 530 Harpsichord & Stereo Strings 531 Digital Music Box 532 Serenity 533 Vibraphone & Stereo Strings 534 FM Tubular Bells 535 Organ & Stereo Strings 536 Stereo Organ & Piano 537 Accordian 2 538 Power Distorted Guitar 539 Dynamic Bass 540 X Fade Bass 54 .

Style List Number Name Number Name Number Name 8BEAT 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 8 Beat Rock Guitar Pop 1 8 Beat 1 Sweet Beat 8 Beat Dance 8 Beat Disco Pop Funk 8 Beat 2 60 ' s 8 Beat Rhythm & Beat Miami Beat 16BEAT 012 013 014 015 16 Beat 1 Pop 16 Beat 1 Pop 16 Beat 2 Modern 16 Beat 16 Beat Hot 16 Beat Modern 16 Beat Funk 16 Beat 2 Cool Beat 16 Beat Ballad 16 Beat 3 Pop Shfl Guitar Funk 16 Beat Funk 1 POP 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 6/8 Pop Brit. Pop 1 Brit.Appendix 2. Pop 2 Pop Hit Fusion Shuffle Analog Night Guitar Pop 2 Pop beat Soft Beat 60 ' s Pop Sting Latin BALLAD Soft Ballad 038 039 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 060 061 062 063 064 065 066 067 068 069 070 071 072 073 074 075 076 077 Natural Ballad Love Ballad Easy Ballad Slow Ballad Folk Ballad Pop Ballad 1 Pop Ballad 2 EP Ballad New R&B Ballad ROCK Slow Rock 70 ' s Rock & Roll Folk Rock Soft Rock Pop Rock Old Rock Easy Rock New Shuffle Rock Hip Hop Rock & Roll Rock1 Rock Shuffle R'N'R 1 Rock Shuffle BALLROOM Twist1 Twist2 Big Band Fox 1 Tango Slow Fox 1 Slow Waltz 1 Swing Fox Salsa 2 Cha Cha 1 Cha Cha 2 Beguine1 Beguine2 Rhumba 1 Samba1 Samba2 Jive Foxtrot 078 079 080 081 082 083 084 085 086 087 088 089 090 091 092 093 094 095 096 097 098 099 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 Quick Step DANCE Down Beat Techno Progressive Rap 1 Rap 2 Disco Soft Disco Disco Party 70 ' s Disco 70 ' s Disco Funk Clubdance Euro Dance 80 ' s Dance Hip Hop Garage SOUL & FUNK Jay R&B Gospel Swing Gospel Funk Electric Funk Groove Funk Rubber Funk Cool Funky Jazz Funk Groove Soul Hip Hop Soul Hip Hop Beat R&B Soul Beat R & B Ballad British Soul Pop Samba Funk SWING&JAZZ Swing1 Swing2 Jazz Brush Latin Jazz Fusion 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 55 .

Number Name Number Name Number Name 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 Acid Jazz Cool Jazz Ballad Swing Shuffle Big Band 40 ' s Big Band Medium Dixieland Acoustic Jazz Guitar Swing Ragtime Modern Jazz Ballad Swing Ballad Big Band Bal lad Orchestra Swing COUNTRY Bluegrass Country 8 Beat Modern Country Country Pop1 Country Pop2 2/4 Country Country Country Quick Steps Country Rock Country Folk Country Shuffle Latin/Latin Dance Bossa Nova 1 Latin Bossa Nova2 New Reggae Dance Reggae Pasodoble Lite Bossa Latin Rock Beguine Slow Bolero Disco Samba Mambo Meneito Rumba1 Rumba2 Tikitikita 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 Lambada Pop Cha Cha1 Pop Cha Cha2 Salsa Bossa1 World Enka Ballad Laendler Hawaiian Sirtake Venezia 6/8 Flipper New Age Tarantella Scottish Norteno Waltz Waltz Old Waltz English Waltz French Waltz German Waltz Italian Mazurka MariachiWaltz ViennaWaltz 1 Slow Waltz 2 ViennaWaltz 2 Slow Waltz 1 Jazz Waltz TRADITIONAL Polka 6/8 March German Polka Party Polka March 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 Polka2 US March Musette French Musette Mazurke 1-Mar ORIENTAL Dangdut1 Dangdut2 Keroncong Pop Keroncong Indio Dance Pop Indio USER STYLE Style 1 Style 2 Style 3 56 .

Saviour Pilot Me" Brave Cavalier Minuet In G 57 .2 Adagio Non Troppo Piano Sonata No...Appendix 3-Song List Number Name 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 CLASSICAL Carmen-Entracte II Annen Polka Skip To My Side Brahms Waltz Aida Chant Sans Paroles Op.11 In A [Alla TurSonata11ca] Prelude In C Concerto In F Op.9 In D Mov. Sea Shore Guitar&Saxphone The Hip Hop`S Night Blue Lunch Cobweb Wine Jazz Old Man Dark Eyes Carlos Sad The Jazz ORIENTAL 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 049 050 GOLDEN&POP On London Bridge Are You Lonesome Tonight Only You End Of The World House Of Rising Sun Solveig's Song The Blue-Bells Of Scotland Over The Rainbow Beautiful Dreamer South Mud Bay Give You A Rose Flowing Rill PIANO Habanera Four Little Swans Turkish March Moseta Dance Aria Away In A Manger Wedding March "Jesus.1 Andante Grazioso Piano Sonata No.5 Mov..4 No.40 No.6 L'Arlesienne Trumpent Voluntary Turkey In The Straw Menuett Musical Moments Pizzicato Polka Rigoletto Serenade Song Without Words Swan Prelude To Act 2 (Swan Lake) Valse (Swan lake) The Happy Farmer The Sleeping Beauty La Traviata Wiegenlied Mov..2 Emperors Waltz Carry Me Back To Old Virginny Symphony No.40 Auf Flugeln Dec Gesanges Arpeggione Sonata in Am FOLK&COUNTRY Santa Lucia Country Jambalaya Susanna Bridge Battle Hymne Of The Republic The Old Gray Mare American Patrol In The Rain Sippin`Cider Through A Straw 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 060 061 062 063 064 065 066 067 068 069 070 071 072 073 074 075 076 077 078 079 080 081 082 083 084 085 086 087 088 089 090 091 092 093 094 095 096 097 098 099 100 It`S Been A Long Long Time Edelweiss O Sole Mio Der Deitcher`S Dog Joy to The World Silent Night Ave Maria Five Hundred Miles Happy New Year It`S Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair My Bonnie Song Of The Pearlfisher Summer Palace The Stage Coach Entertainer Annie Laurie Danny Boy Love Is Blue Last Rose Of Summer The Old King Cole JAZZ&FUSION Little Brown Jug You Are My Sunshine June Samba Funk I Can..

Appendix 4-Demo List Number Name 001 002 Jazz Dream of freedom Appendix 5.Chord List C Madd9 58 .

When accompaniment is stoped. an FCH message is transmitted.16ch Recognized ALL 1.V=1-127 9nH.Appendix 6. When an FCH message is received. an FAH message is transmitted. accompaniment is stoped. When an FAH message is received.16ch 3 3 *********** 0.127 0.127 9nH. MONO O Mode 4 : OMNI OFF .127 *********** 9nH. 8nH. accompaniment is started. POLY Mode 3: OMNI OFF .MIDI Implementation Chart Function Basic Channel Mode Note Number Velocity: After Default Changed Default Messages Altered True voice Note on Note off Transmitted 1ch 1.V=0 0.127 (9nH.127) Remarks Keys Chs Touch PitchBend Control Change 0 1 5 6 7 10 11 64 65 66 67 80 81 91 93 120 121 123 True # Song Position Song Select Tune : Clock Commands : Local on/off : All Notes off Active sense Reset *1 When the accompaniment is started.V=1. MONOX : YES : NO 59 . POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON . Bank Select Modulation Portamento Time Data Entry Volume Pan Expression Sustain Pedal Portamento ON/OFF Sostenuto Pedal Soft Pedal Reverb Program Chorus Program Reverb Level Chorus Level All Sound Off Reset All Controllers All Notes Off Program Change System *********** 0-127 System Exclusive System Real Time Aux Messages Note *1 *1 Mode 1: OMNI ON .V=0 .V=0.

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