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IMPORTANT SAFETY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

INFORMATION RELATING TO POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY, ELECTRIC SHOCK


AND FIRE HAZARD HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN THIS LIST.

WARNING - When using electrical products, basic precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
1. Read all instructions before using the product.
2. The product should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the
operating instructions or as marked on the product.
3. Do not open the cover under any circumstances.
4. Power is supplied through a polarised line plug (one wide blade). Connect only to an
outlet designed for a polarised plug.
5. Keep the power cord away from other objects. Make sure that the cord is not twisted,
placed in any lane of traffic, or a trapped under the piano.
6. Place your Genio PRO S away from direct sunlight, water or moisture, or hot or cold
air currents.
7. The power-supply cord of the product should be unplugged from the outlet when left
unused for a long period of time.
8. If repair service is necessary, refer only to authorised service personnel.
9. This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or
speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent
hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level or at a
level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears,
you should consult an audiologist.
10. The product should be placed at a location or position that does not interfere with its
proper ventilation.
11. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings.
12. The product should be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
a) The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or
b) Object has fallen, or liquid has been spilled onto the product; or
c) The product has been exposed to rain; or
d) The product does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in
performance; or
e) The product has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.

We greatly appreciate your purchase of the Genio PRO S. The Genio PRO S allows you
to enjoy your new piano any time you want without disturbing others. With the mute lever
in the release position, your Genio PRO S functions as a quality upright acoustic piano
with the added benefit of audio and MIDI output signals.
With the mute lever in the Mute position, the pianos acoustic sound is silenced and
headphones can be used to hear the audio signal privately.
Before playing your new Genio PRO S, we suggest reading this users guide thoroughly
to become acquainted with its capabilities and functions.

Table of contents
Connection Diagram of the Genio PRO S

A. Mute Mechanism
B. Sound Generation
Main Unit

6-7

A. Front Panel
B. Rear Panel
Operations

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A. How to play your Genio PRO S in Silent


B. How to play the piano with acoustic sounds.
C. How to play the acoustic piano with the Genio PRO S
How to try out various contained sounds on the panel

10-15

A. Sound Select
B. Howe to edit User-Set
C. How to change the name of User-Set
D. Description of the parameter of the User s Edit mode
How to select one of the 128GM Sounds

16-17

A. How to change the touch response of the keyboard


B. Transpose
C. How to change the effects

Metronome

18-19

How to play along with Metronome operation


Pitch

20

How to set the Pitch


Effect

20

How to set the reverb effect on the front panel


Record and Play

21-22

A. Record
B. Play
Demo and Educational accompaniment song

23-25

A. Demo 1
B. Demo 2 (Educational Mode)
Initializing of the Genio PRO S

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How to adjust the sensitivity of the Genio PRO S

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Application

28-29

A. Connecting your Genio PRO S to external Audio Equipment


B. Connecting your Genio PRO S to external MIDI Equipment

Troubling shooting

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GM Program Chart

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Drum Chart

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MIDI Implementation Chart

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Chart for User-Set Editing

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Specification

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Connection Diagram of the Genio PRO S

Connection Diagram

A. Mute Mechanism
Hammer Shank Stop Rail (Mute Rail)
In the mute position, Mute Rail protects the hammer shank just before hitting the string.
Mute rail is fixed to the action of the piano instead of damper stop rail.
Mute Lever
By simple operation of mute lever, user can change the piano mode between traditional
acoustic piano and Genio PRO S in silent.
B. Generation MIDI Signal and Sounds
Main Control Unit
All the electronic device hooking up with this main control unit and controls sound generation
and multi function of the system.
Key Sensor rail
Key Sensor rail is placed beneath of the keyboard and detects the key moving data to generate
MIDI signal by scanning program of the main control unit.
Pedal sensor
Pedal sensor detects the pedal moving data to simulate sound effect of the real pedal working.
AC Adaptor (Power supply)
AC adaptor supplies required power to the Genio PRO S system.
Headphones
Headphones provide private sound when your performance in silent.

Main Control Unit

A. Front Panel

1. Power

Press to turn the Genio PRO S on press again to turn it off

2. LED indicator

Flashes according to the metronome beat with read when down beat,
green when up beat.

3. LCD display

Shows the currently selected parameter with its dynamic or value.


Shows the currently selected song and measure when education mode.

4.

Play mode : Press to turn the metronome on;press again to turn it off
Demo mode : Press to set the tempo value of the selected demo song.

Tempo
Metronome

5. Measure
Pitch

Play mode : Press to set the reference pitch


Demo mode : Press to set start and end measure of the selected song to play

6. Song
Effect

Play mode : Press to set the reverb effect by using Demo mode :Press to set
the song

7. Track
Sound

Play mode : To select one of 16 pre-set and 16 user-set sounds, press either
[] Value or [] button
Demo mode : To turn the Track 1(Right hand) and Track 2(Left hand) and
track for accompaniment ON and OFF by pressing either []
Value or [] button

8. 2. Left-Track-1. Right
Value

Play mode : Press either [] Value or [] button to set the value to the
selected parameter.
Demo mode : To turn the Track 1(Right hand) and Track 2 (Left hand) and
track for accompaniment ON and OFF by pressing either []
Value or [] button

9. Next/Cancel Start/Stop Play mode : Control record and play function of the recorder
Demo mode : To change the function or mode, press either [] Value or []
Record
Play
button

10. Volume

Volume control Knob

11. Headphone Jacks

Connect the Stereo Headphones through those jacks

B. Rear Panel

1. Audio INPUT / OUTPUT : Stereo audio connections to external audio equipment.


2. MIDI INPUT / OUTPUT : MIDI connections to external MIDI equipment or computer.
3. KEYBOARD : Detected key moving data connects to the main control unit by using signal cable
through this jack.
4. AC power adaptor (power supply) plugs in here.

Operations

Sophisticated technology in your Genio PRO S allows you to play it like an acoustic
piano or, when desired silently. When Genio PRO S is playing, only you can hear your
performance through headphones.

A. How to play the Genio PRO S in Silent


A. Make sure that the AC power adaptor is connected to the Genio PRO S and plugged
into an outlet.
B. Pull the mute lever which is in located under the right side of the keyboard to play
the piano in silent.
1) Press the [Power] button to turn the Genio PRO S on
2) Put the headphones on and plug into either headphone jack on the right side.
Indicator may change the color from green to red when plugs the Headphones into the Jack.
3) Adjust the volume as desired.
4) Piano 1 is default sound. If desired, select another sound instead by pressing either [] Value
or [] button
5) Enjoy your performance without disturbing other people.

Mute
Release
Mute Lever

Indicator may change the color from green to red when plugs the headphones into the jack

Note: After turning on the Genio PRO S, a few seconds of operation are required before the unit is
ready to play.

B. How to play the piano with acoustic sounds


1) Release mute lever
2) Play the Piano

Mute
Release
(Acoustic)
Mute Lever

C. How to play the acoustic piano with the Genio PRO S


In order to play the acoustic piano with the Genio PRO S together, the Genio PRO S
should be connected to the amplifier system to amplify the sound of the Genio PRO S.
1) Release the muter lever
2) Press the [Power] button to turn the Genio PRO S on.
3) Adjust the Genio PRO S and amplifier sound volume to blend the sound properly.
4) Enjoy your performance by choosing desired sounds.

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Mute
Release
(Acoustic)
Mute Lever

How to try out various contained sounds on the panel

The Genio PRO S contains 16 pre-set and 16 user-set program that can be selected by
pressing either [] Value or [] button on the panel. And by using the [Sound]button+
pressing the keys, you may select one of 128 sounds contained.

A. Sound select
When the Genio PRO S on and press the [Sound] button then the Genio PRO S would be sound
mode. In this mode, user can change and choose one of the contained 32sounds the sounds by
pressing either [] Value or [ ] button

1) Pressing the Value[] button, then pre-set number increase and moves from the end of pre-set to
the first of the user-set
2) Pressing the Value []button, then user-set number decrease and moves from first of the user-set
to the end of the pre-set.

P2 Piano 2

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3) While keep pressing either [] Value or [] button, then Value increase or decrease fast.

P2 Piano 2

4) Press both [] Value or [ ] buttons together, then pre-set is set to the P1 : Piano 1 from any
sounds.

P1 Piano 1

Pre-Set
No

Pre-Set

No

Pre-Set

P1

Piano 1

P9

Harpsichord

P2

Piano 2

P10

Sound Track

P3

E.Piano 1

P11

Strings

P4

E.Piano 2

P12

Pan Flute

P5

E.Piano 3

P13

Pipe Organ

P6

Vibraphone

P14

Church Organ

P7

Celesta

P15

Organ 3

P8

Tinkle Bel

P16

Tubular Bell

User-Set
No

Title

No

Title

U1

Accordion

U9

Clarinet

U2

Nylon Guitar

U10

Marimba

U3

Jazz Guitar

U11

Xylophone

U4

Steel Guitar

U12

Reed Organ

U5

Strings

U13

Piano+Trpt

U6

Brass 1

U14

Piano+Flute

U7

Brass 2

U15

Adventure

U8

Saxophone

U16

Piano+Vibra

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B. How to edit User-Set


1) Press either [] Value or [] button to select User-Set that will be modified parameter among
16programs.
2) Press both [Record] + [Sound] buttons together to get into edit mode.

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Ch1 : Current selected channel is activated for test.

Brief function of each key in edit mode


Button

Function

Metronome

Channel Down

Pitch

Channel Up

Effect

Parameter Reverse Direction

Sound

Parameter Forward Direction

[] Value

Value Down

Value []

Value Up

3) Press either [Metronome] or [Pitch] button to select the channel to be modified.


4) Press either [Effect] or [Sound] button to select the parameter to be modified the value.
5) Press either [] Value or [] button to set new value to the parameter selected.
6) Do the same procedure one by one after modification of one of among parameters.
7) Press both [] Value or [] buttons together, the value will be off from selected parameter.
8) Ch10 is only designated for drum set.

Global parameter
Global parameter is effective to all channel as under listed parameter.

Global parameter
Velocity Curve / Pitch/Reverb Type / Chorus Type / Cutoff Frequency / Resonance / Title

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You can change the title of the User-set after modification as under instructions.

C. How to change the name of User-set

Piano 1
Title Char.:P

001

1) Press either [Effect] or [Sound] button to find title parameter


2) Character with cursor can be changed by pressing either [] Value or [] button to set new letter.
3) Press either [Metronome] or [Pitch] button to move next letter to modify.
4) Press either [] Value or [] button to put new letter to current letter.
5) Press either [Effect] or [Sound] button to move another parameter after finishing title modification.

Return to play mode with memorizing modified parameter


Press both [Record]+[Sound] buttons together, then modified parameter will be memorized to the
built-in memory and return to play mode.

Return to play mode without memorizing modified data


Press both [Play]+[Sound] buttons together, then return to play mode without memorizing any data.

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D. Description of the Parameter of the User s Edit mode


Parameter

Range

Description of the parameter

Program Patch

000-127

The Genio PRO S contains 128GM compatible sounds


which can be selected for each channel.
Press either [] Value or [] button to select the
sounds required to the channel.
To off the channel, press [] Value + [] buttons
together.

Volume

000-127

Volume adjusts the loudness of the sounds of each


channel

Reverb

000-127

Reverb sets the amount of the reverberant sound of


each channel, as you would hear space effect.

Chorus

000-127

Chorus effects broadens the spatial image of the sound


like performing with another player

Transpose

+24semitone

Transpose sets the pitch of the program of the each


channel

Key Low

A0~C8

Low key sets the lowest key of the effective key range
of each channel.

Key High

A0~C8

High key sets the highest key of the effective key range
of each channel.

PAN

L63~R63

PAN sets stereo simulation of the sound source

Velocity Low

000~127

Low velocity sets the lowest velocity of the range you


want to set.
Lower key than the lowest key does not work for sound.

Velocity High

000~127

High velocity sets the highest velocity of the range you


want to set.
Higher key than the highest key does not work for sound.

Velocity Shift

000~127

Velocity shift sets the shift range of the velocity

Velocity

Enable,

Velocity sets the activate of the velocity of each channel

Disable

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Parameter

Range

Description of the parameter

Left Pedal

Soft, Sostenuto

Left pedal parameter sets the function of the left


pedal to be Soft like an acoustic piano, Sostenuto or
disable.

Smart Pedal

On/Off

Smart Pedal is an unique function that is invented by


ourselves when user plays Genio PRO S set with
organ sound. If user sets the smart pedal function to
be a organ, then even such kind poor pedaling,
organ sound will not be mixed up with former played
chord.

Poly Mode

Poly, Mono

Every notes that were pressed by keyboard will


activate the sound.

Reverb Type

1-8

Genio PRO S has 8 types of Reverb that can be


selected to each channel.

Chorus Type

1-8

Genio PRO S has 8 types of Chorus effect that can


be selected to each channel.

Velocity Curve

1-5

Touch response of the key can be selected among


5curves

Pitch

438-445Hz

Pitch can be set by the 1Hz.

CutOff Frequency

000 127

Kind of electric filter to set the nuance of the tone.

Resonance

000 127

Using this filter user can control emphasized sound


around Cutoff Frequency

Title Char.

Title of User-set can be modified in this field.

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How to select one of the 128GM sounds

The Genio PRO S internally contains 128GM sounds more besides pre-set and user-set.
They all can be selected by using piano keys like the numeric keypad from 0 to 9 with the
[Sound] button pressing.
1) Press and hold the [Sound] button on the front panel.
2) Strike one, two or three black keys to select the desired number of sound.
3) Release the [Sound] button.

A. How to change the touch response of the keyboard


The touch of your Genio PRO S can be changed to accommodate players with a lighter
or heavier than average touch.
To change form the default Medium setting, do these;
1) Press and hold the [Sound] button on the front panel.
2) Press one of the 5 black keys just below the middle C to select the new touch.

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Key

Velocity curve

C#3(29)

Velocity 1

Heavy

D#3(31)

Velocity 2

Medium Heavy

F#3(34)

Velocity 3

Medium

G#3(36)

Velocity 4

Medium Light

A#3(38)

Velocity 5

Light

B. Transpose
Transpose by the Semitone
1) Press and hold the [Sound] button
2) Strike the D#4(43) black key to transpose up as desired or
C#4(41) black key to transpose down by the semitone.
3) Control range of the transpose is 24 Semitone by the semitone.

Transpose by the Octave


1) Press and hold the [Sound] button

Key

Control Range

2) Strike the G#4(48) black key to transpose up by the octave or

41 : C#4

24Semitone

Down

Strike the F#4(46) black key to transpose up by the octave or;

43 : D#4

24 Semitone

Up

3) Strike the A#4(50) black key to reset the transpose quickly.

46 : F#4

2 Octave

Down

4) Control range of the transpose is 2 octaves by the octave.

48 : G#4

2 Octave

Up

50 : A#4

Reset

Function

C. How to change the effects


To simulate the space sound effects to the current selected sound, a player can select
the desired chorus and reverb type and adjust the depth of each type.
Reverb Amount (Depth)

Key

Range

Function

1) Press and hold the [Sound] button

53 : C#5

000

Reverb Down

2) Strike the D#5(55) black key to increase reverb amount or

55 : D#5

127

Reverb Up

58 : F#5

000

Chorus Down

Chorus Amount (Depth)

60 : G#5

127

Chorus Up

1) Press and hold the [Sound] button

65 : A#5

Reverb Type

2) Strike the G#5(60) black key to increase the chorus amount

67 : D#6

Chorus Type

Strike the C#5(53) black key to decrease reverb amount by 10.

or Strike the F#5(58) black key to decrease the chorus amount by 10.

Reverb type
While pressing and holding the [Sound] button, strike the C#6(65) black key cycles among
room size, which correspond adjust the depth of each type.

Chorus type
While pressing and holding the [Sound] button, strike the D#6(67) black key cycles among
chorus types, which correspond adjust the depth of each type.

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Metronome

The built-in metronome has adjustable parameter for Tempo, Beat, Rhythm, and Volume.
Here is how to adjust each of these.

How to play along with Metronome operation


In play mode, press the [Metronome] button, then display will change as show below
Metronome On/Off

Metr. x 5 4/4 120


Title Char.:P
LED Indicator

Volume
Tempo
Beat

Note:
1) Indicates the operating status of metronome
Sound : Tick and Tack sound according to down or up beat.
Visual operates : LED indicator
2) Metr. X means Off ; Metr. O means On
3)There are three parameters of Tempo, Beat and Volume, and can be adjusted the value during
operating the metronome.
Beginning the metronome mode cursor indicates the Tempo parameter.

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Tempo
1) Press either [] Value or [] button to set as desired Tempo value
2) Control range of the Tempo value is from 25 to 250 by the one
3) Pressing both [] Value and[] buttons together, then tempo will set to default value 120.

Beat
1) Press the [Pitch] button to change from the Tempo to Beat parameter.
2) Press either [] Value or [] button to set as desired Beat value
3) Control range of the Beat value is 21tyes from 1/2 to 9/8.

Type of the Beat


2 Beat

1/2

2/2

3/2

4/2

4 Beat

1/4

2/4

3/4

4/4

5/4

6/4

7/4

8/4

8 Beat

1/8

2/8

3/8

4/8

5/8

6/8

7/8

8/8

9/8

Volume
1) Press the [Pitch] button to change from the Beat to Volume parameter.
2) Press either [] Value or [] button to set as desired Volume.
3) Control range of the Volume is from 0~9 and default value is 5.

Note : Whenever press the [Pitch] button in metronome mode, parameter cycles among three,
which correspond with programmed value as described.

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Pitch

When you play the Genio PRO S along with another musical instrument, you may need
to change the pitch. You can easily change the pitch as instructed bellows.

P1: Piano1
A49=440Hz

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How to set the pitch


1) Press the [Pitch] button to get into pitch mode
2) Press either [] Value or [] button to choose as desired pitch
3) Press the [Sound] button to return to the play mode
4) Control range of the Pitch is from 438~445Hz
5) Press both [] Value and[] buttons together, the pitch value will set to default value 440Hz

Effect
When you play the Genio PRO S, you may want more fluent space effect like a concert
hall, then you can easily change the reverb effect depth as instructed bellows.

P1: Piano1
Reverb:000

120

How to set the reverb effect on the front panel


1) Press the [Effect] button to get into effect mode
2) Press either [] Value or [] button to choose as desired effect
3) Press the[Sound]button to return to the play mode
4) Control range of the Effect is from 000~127

Note : Hall 1 is the default type that effects with selected reverb depth

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Record and Play

Your Genio PRO S has a built-in two track recorder.


With it you can record your performance then later play back through the audio and MIDI output.

A. Record
In case, you want to record Track 1
1) Press the [Record] button to get into the record mode 1
Metronome On/Off

Metr. X 5 4/4 120


001 X R

Current Measure

R:Record
P:Track Play
X:Track On/Off

Left

Right

Track 2 (Left / Bass)

Track 1 (Right / Melody)

Disable

Enable

Enable

Disable

Enable

Play

2) In order to record Track 1, press the [Play] button to start recording.


Note : Before starting recording, beat with settled tempo in advance for one or two measure for
accurate synchronizing play and reference tempo.
3) During recording, part of display shows the current measure for the reference.
4) Press the [Play] button again to stop recording.
Note : If required to change the reference tempo, press the [Metronome] button to get into the
metronome mode. Then set the required tempo and beat. To return recording mode, press
[Record] button again.
In case, you want to record another song to Track 2 separately from Track 1
1) Press either [] Value or [] button, display to be R X.
2) Press the [Play] button to start recording to Track 2.
3) Press the [Play] button again to stop recording.
In case, you want to record Track 2 with an assemble of pre-recorded Track 1 sound
1) Press either [] Value or [] button, display to be R P.
2) Press the [Play] button to start recording to Track 2.
3) Press the [Play] button again to stop recording.
Note : Whenever you press the [Play] button to end recording, in the same time stop recording, mode
will return to play mode automatically.

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B. Play
1) Press the [Play] button to get into the play mode.

Play

4/4 120
000 X P

Current Measure

P:Track Play
X:Track Off

Left

Right

Track 2 (Left / Bass)

Track 1 (Right / Melody)

Disable

Enable

Enable

Disable

Enable

Enable

2) Press either [] Value or [] button to be required play mode as shown below chart
3) Press the [Play] button to start playing your last recorded performance.
Display shows the status of current measure play back.
4) Press the [Play] button again to stop playing.
Note : Whenever you press the [Play] button during play back, mode will be returned automatically
to play mode.

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Demo and Educational accompaniment song

A. Demo 1
Your Genio PRO S has built-in 20Piano Sonatine demonstration songs in demo 1.

1) Press both [Record] + [Play] buttons together to get into demo mode.
Display will show as below
No. of Song / Beat / Temp

Demo. 01 4/4 130


001 079 000

Start

Stop

Current

2) If you want to hear from very first song, press [Play] button.
Then demo will start play continuously after finishing current song to next song till pressing the
[Play] button again.
3) Press the [Effect] button, then cursor will move to Demo. 01, either [] Value or [] button to
set required song to be started.
4) Press the [Metronome] button, then cursor will move 082, either [] Value or [] button to set
required tempo to be played song.
Note : You can play along with demo song and can change the tempo while demo song is playing.
5) Press the [Record] button to be back to play mode.

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Your Genio PRO S piano has built-in 502 songs (Piano Sonatine:81 songs, Piano Adventure:
401songs) can be played to help Fun & Easy Lesson along with Piano Adventure.

B. Demo 2 (Educational Mode)


Beat Tempo

1L - P15
4/4 102
001 009 000 P+P
Start Stop Current
1L - P15

No. of Page of the Book


L:Lesson, P:Performance, T:Technic
Level (1~8)

P+P

Right Hand
(P:On, X:Off)
Accompaniment (+:On, --:Off)
Left Hand
(P:On, X:Off)

Left, Right hand or Accompaniment can be On/Off individually.


1) Press the [Sound] button to set the track of Left, Right hand or Accompaniment, then cursor will
move to track mode.
2) Press either [] Value or []button to set On/Off of the Left and Right hand as required.
3) Press both [] Value or []buttons together to set accompaniment On and Off as required.
Note : Instead of off track, you can play it on the keyboard for practicing.
Playing the song that you selected will be repeated till you press the [Play] button to stop.

Play along with setting the book and page


1) Press the [Effect] button to select the book you want to play.
2) Press either [] Value or []button to select page of the selected book.
3) Press the [Play] button to play it.

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Play along with setting the tempo


1) Press the [Metronome] button after setting book and page you want to play, to set new tempo
if required.
2) Press either [] Value or [] button to change tempo as required.
3) Press the [Play] button to start playing of the set song.

Play along with set the start and stop measure


Your Genio PRO S has builtin special function to play with setting start and stop measure for
practice repeatedly for some phrase.
1) Press the [Pitch] button to move the cursor to start or stop measure.
2) Press either [] Value or []button to set the start and stop button.
3) Press the [Play] button to start playing of the set measure phrase.
4) Press the [Play] button to stop playing.

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Initializing of the Genio PRO S

Occasionally you may want to initialize the key sensor in you Genio PRO S for accurate
response when in silent mode. A good time to do this when it is new and after the acoustic
parts(hammers and strings) have been tuned. Use the following procedure to initialize the
sensors.

Before getting start


1) The keyboard cable and AC power adaptor should be plugged into the Genio PRO S control unit
and the power should be OFF.
2) The mute lever should be in the Mute position.
3) Make sure that noting is sitting on the keyboard that might press a key down.

How to initialize the Genio PRO S


1) While holding the [Metronome] button down, turn the Genio PRO S on.
After 3 seconds, release the [Metronome] button.
In few seconds, the display should be as below.

Key Setup
Bt. Off Please

2) Press each of the 88keys, one at a time, all the way down with medium force and speed(not too fast).
After you have finished pressing all of the keys, press the [Metronome] button again to finish the
initialization.

Key Setup
Memorizing...

3) It will take a few seconds for the data to be stored in permanent memory.
When the data is successfully stored, the display will change as shown and the piano is ready to
play again.

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How to adjust the sensitivity of the Genio PRO S

The initialization procedure on the previous page should make all of the keys equally
sensitive. If you find that some keys still play too loudly or softly, use the following procedure
to adjust the sensitivity of individual key.
1) Make sure that the Genio PRO S is off.
While holding the [Record] button down, turn the Genio PRO S on.
After 3 seconds, release the [Record] button.
The display should be as below.

Key Sense Adj.


No.S.No. of Keyboard

Sensitivity

Key Sense Adj.


No.79 S.093

2) While wearing headphones to monitor the sound, play each key and listen to the volume of the
sound. If the sensitivity needs to be adjusted, use either [] Value or []button to adjust the sound
volume for the key last played down or up so that it matches the other keys.
3) The display shows the current key s sensitivity value from 000 to 255.
When moving to a different key, the last displayed value for the previous key is remembered.

Key Sense Adj.


Memorizing...

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Application

A. Connecting your Genio PRO S to external Audio Equipment


1) Use two audio cables to connect the Left and Right Audio outputs of the Genio PRO S to inputs of
your audio system. The signal is Unbalanced, line level . See the diagram below which is
representative of a club or performance hall audio system.
Control Unit

Input

Mixer

Line In 3, 4

Line Out L, R

Ch1, 2 Input

Ch1, 2 Output

Input

Power Amp

Speaker System

2) You may also connect an external audio source, such as CD player, to the audio inputs of the Genio
PRO S. Using two audio cables, connect the Aux or Line output of your source to the Left and Right
Audio inputs of the Genio PRO S. The sound in the Genio PRO S headphones will not be a mixture
of the piano sound and the external source sound. Use the volume control on the external source to
adjust the external sound volume.

AUX In

Line Out
Audio Out

Amplifier

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Audio In

Control Unit

CD Player etc.

B. Connecting your Genio PRO S to external MIDI Equipment


1) In order to send MIDI data to a General MIDI synthesizer or computer, connect a MIDI cable
between the MIDI Out port of the Genio PRO S and the MIDI In port of your synthesizer or
computer. See the diagram below.
Keyboard/Sound Moduler

Control Unit

MIDI Output
MIDI In

Control Unit

MIDI Output
MIDI In

Computer

2) In order to receive MIDI data from a General MIDI keyboard, synthesizer or computer, connect a
MIDI cable between the MIDI Out port of the external device and MIDI In port of the Genio PRO S.
See the diagram below.
Keyboard/Sound Moduler

Control Unit

MIDI In
MIDI Output

MIDI Output

Computer

Note : 1. Most computer do not have a MIDI interface built-in. You may need to add a MIDI interface
to your computer before you can connect it to your Genio PRO S.
2. You can connect MIDI In and Out cables at the same time. If connecting to a computer, be
sure to turn Patch through off in your software to avoid double notes

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Trouble shooting

Phenomenon

Possible cause and Trouble shooting

No Power

Check if AC plug is connected to the outlet.


Check if DC plug is connected well to the DC Jack of the Rear
Panel of the main control unit.
Check if you are using the another power supply that is out of
spec of the Genio PRO S.

No Sound

Check if headphones are connected correctly.


Check if volume is lower position.
Check if bar graph is moving when you strike the keys.
- If bar graph is not moving correctly then check the cable
between main control unit and key sensor rail.
- If cale is all right, then please do the initializing procedure.

Some key does not work

Please do the initializing procedure as instructed on User s


Guide (P26)

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Some key is louder or

Please do the sensitivity of Genio PRO S even you did

softer than other key.

initializing procedure as instructed on User s Guide (P27)

Headphones

Check the headphones if there is particle inside of the ear-pad.

GM Program chart

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Drum chart

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MIDI Implementation Chart


Function

Transmitted

Received

Remark

MIDI Channels

1~16

1~16

Mode

Note Number

21~108

0~127

Note On

9n,V=127

9n,V=127

Note Off

9n,V=0

8n,V=0~127

Key Aftertouch

Channel Aftertouch

Pitch Bend

2 Octave Pitch Bend Sensitivity recognized

0,32

Bank Select

Modulation

6,38

Data Entry

Main Volume

10

Pan

11

Expression

64

Damper Pedal

67

Soft Pedal

91

Reverb Depth

93

Chorus Depth

98

NRPN LSB

99

NRPN MSB

100

RPN LSB

101

RPN MSB

120

All Sound Off

121

Reset All Controllers

123

All Note Off

Programme Change

O (1~127)

Velocity

Control Change

Note:
1. Default Pitch Bend = 1 Semitone
2. Mode 1: OMNI On, Poly
3. Mode 2: OMNI Off, Poly

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Chart for User-Set Editing

Specifications
Item

Specification

Model

Genio PRO S

Mute Mechanism

Universal Mute Rail with Lever

Sensing Method

Continuous position reflector type

Sensor

photo interpreter

Velocity Level

127Level

Touch Response

5Types

Key sensitivity

Individual adjustable

Pedal sensor

Damper and Soft

Sound

16Pre-set + 16 User-set(128GM), Sound Memory : 384Mbit

Polyphony

128

Effects

Reverb Type

Reverb Depth

000~127

Chorus Type

Chorus Depth

000~127

Transpose

24Semitone(2Octave)

Pitch

Default

440Hz

Variable

438~445Hz(1Hz)

Tempo

25~250

Metronome

Beat

21Types

Volume

0~9

Demo songs

502songs (Piano sonatine : 81, Piano adventure : 421)

Record/Play

1Song(2tracks)

Display

2x16 LCD Display

Headphone Jack

1/8 x 2 Jacks

Audio

Input/Output(Stereo)

MIDI

Input/Thru/Output

Power Supply

Input : AC 100~240V, Output : DC 12V, 1~3A

Dimension

225x36x150(WxHxD)

Educational Mode

Start, Stop, Current measure set(Repeat)


Tempo Control
Right, Left, Accompaniment On/Off

Remark

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