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PIANO

Owner's Manual
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energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the of the correct voltage.
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interference will not occur in a particular installation. for which your instrument is intended.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
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equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to instrument, or during electrical storms.
correct the interference by one or more of the following Connections
measures: Before connecting the instrument to other devices, turn off
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and / or damage to other devices.
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit Location
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Direct sunlight
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Strong vibrations or shocks
Close to magnetic fields

Interference with other electrical devices


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Handling
Do not apply excessive force to the switches or controls.

Do not let paper, metallic, or other objects into the


instrument. If this happens, unplug the AC adaptor from the
wall outlet. Then have the instrument inspected by qualified
service personnel.

Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.

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Contents
Panel & Display Description Pedal Type...............................................................19
Front Panel.................................................................4 Harmony Type..........................................................20
LCD............................................................................4 Harmony Switch.......................................................20
Rear Panel.................................................................5 MIDI IN.....................................................................20
MIDI OUT..................................................................21
DSP effect................................................................21
Setup Touch........................................................................21
Power Jack.................................................................6
Setting a Music Stand................................................6 Language.................................................................21
Connecting a Unit Pedal.............................................6 PowerOff..................................................................21
Connecting an Assign Pedal......................................6
Register Memory
Connections Registering the Panel Setting...................................22
Connecting a pair of Headphones..............................7 Recalling the Registered Panel Settings..................22
Connecting an Audio Equipment................................7 Selecting a Registration Bank..................................22
Connecting an MP3/CD Player..................................7
Connecting a Computer.............................................7
Song Recording
Start Recording........................................................23
Adjusting the Master Volume........................8 Stop Recording.........................................................24
Playback Recording.................................................24
Adjusting the Voice Brilliance.......................8 Delete User Song.....................................................24

Playing the Demo Song...................................8 Song


Listening to the songs..............................................25
Song Control............................................................25
Playing Voices
Playing Voices............................................................9
Playing two voices simultaneously-DUAL..................9 Restore Factory Setting.................................25
Playing Different Voices with Both hands-LOWER....9
Pitch Bend/Modulation effect...................................10 Connecting an SD Device
SD Device Operation................................................26
Twinova................................................................11 Play...........................................................................26
Load.........................................................................27
Save.........................................................................27
Auto Accompaniment
Delete.......................................................................28
Play Auto Accompaniment(rhythm track only)..........11
Format......................................................................28
Play Auto Accompaniment(all tracks).......................12
Keyboard and ASCII Character Relative Table........28
Accompaniment Sections.........................................12
Playing Different Accompaniment Sections..............13
Accompaniment Volume...........................................13 MIDI
Chord Fingering........................................................13 What's MIDI?............................................................29
Tempo.......................................................................15 MIDI Terminals.........................................................29
One Touch Setting....................................................15 Downloading Data from the Computer.....................29
Metronome...............................................................15
Troubleshooting................................................30
Mixer......................................................................16
Specifications....................................................30
Pedal Function..................................................17
Appendices
Other Functions Voice List..................................................................31
Tune.........................................................................18 Style List...................................................................35
Transpose.................................................................18 Song List..................................................................37
KeySplit....................................................................19 Chord List.................................................................39
Beat Type.................................................................19 MIDI Implementation Chart......................................40
Beat Volume.............................................................19
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Panel & Display Description
Front Panel

1. [BRILLIANCE] Slider STYLE MODE SONG MODE:


Adjust voice brilliance 10. [START/STOP] button 10. [START/STOP] button
Start or stop playing the style Start or stop playing the
2. [VOLUME] Slider song
Adjust master volume 11. [SYNC START] button
Turn the Sync Start on and off 11. [PAUSE] button
When [SHIFT] button pressed Pause the playing song
3. Style button 12. [INTRO/ENDING] button or start it
Enter the style mode Play the Intro or Ending
12. [REPEAT A/B] button
When [SHIFT] button released 13. [FILL A] button Set the location of loop
3. Style direct button A Fill-in A plays begin and loop end to
Select a direct style the current song
14. [FILL B] button
4. [TEMPO+/-] button A Fill-in B plays 13. [REW] button
Adjust the current tempo Rewind the song
15. [FILL C] button
5. [ACC VOL] button A Fill-in C plays 14. [FF] button
Adjust ACCOMP volume Fast forward the song
16. [FILL D] button
6. [MIXER] button A Fill-in D plays
Enter mixer menu
17. [CHORD MODE] button 38. LCD
7. [FUNCTION+/-] button Choose chord mode Show all important settings for
Enter function menu the instrument

8. A.B.C. MODE lamp 39. PITCH BEND / MODULATION


Indicate A.B.C. mode status: Joystick
open or closed Add a vibrato effect or bend
note up or down
9. FULL RANGE MODE lamp
Indicate full range mode status: 40. PHONE 1
open or closed 41. PHONE 2
Please refer to Connecting
a pair of Headphones

LCD
1. Chord display area
Display chord information

2. Instant message area


Display the current tempo, measure, memory/O.T.S. setting.

3. Status display area


Display the status of function, SD card, USB, etc.

4. System message display area


Display the corresponding messages to different status.
For example, in voice status, it displays the selected voice.

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Panel & Display Description

18. Data dial When [SHIFT] button pressed When [SHIFT] button released
Increase and decrease the value 21. [VOICE] button 21. Voice direct button
Enter the voice mode Select a direct voice
19. [- / NO] button
Decrease the value 28. [DEMO] button 28. [SONG] button
Enter demo mode and play Enter song mode and play songs
20. [+/YES] button demo songs
Increase the value 29. [BANK] button
29. [RECORD] button Select a bank to store settings
22. [DUAL] button Enter record mode
Turn the Voice R2 on and off 30. [STORE] button
30. [ACCOMP] button Register the current panel settings
23. [LOWER] button Select the accomp track to
Turn the Voice L1 on and off record 31~34. M1~M4 button
Recall the registered panel settings
24. [SD DEVICE] button 31~35. MELODY 1-5 button
Enter SD menu Select the melody1-5 track 35. [O.T.S] button
to record Turn one touch setting on and off
25. [METRO] button
Turn the metronome on and off
36. [SHIFT] button
26. [TWINOVA] button Select the second function of
Turn the TWINOVA on and off some buttons

27. [OCTAVE] button 37. SD card socket


Set octave in TWINOVA mode To insert a SD card

Rear Panel

42. POWER SWITCH 46. AUX. IN 49. MIDI OUT


Press to turn the power Connect an external sound source, Connect the MIDI IN of other Device to
on( ) and off( ) such as an MP3 or CD player. the MIDI OUT jack on the rear panel

43. DC IN 47. UNIT PEDAL 50. MIDI IN


Connect AC power adaptor Connect the unit pedal Connect the MIDI OUT of other Device
to the MIDI IN jack on the rear panel
44~45. AUX. OUT 48. ASSIGN PEDAL
Connect the audio equipment Connect the assign pedal 51. USB JACK
Connect to a computer

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Setup
Power Jack
1. Make sure that the piano is turned off( ). Before you switch your
piano on, turn down the volume of piano and the connected audio
equipment first.

2. Connect the AC adaptor to the power supply jack of this piano.


ON
3. Plug the AC adaptor into an AC outlet.
OFF
4. Press the POWER SWITCH, the LCD will display LOADING...,
which indicates the piano has powered on.

5. If you want to switch off the piano, press the POWER SWITCH
again.

Notes:
1. In the idle mode, the piano will automatically shutdown in 30
minutes if you do not take any action on the piano.

2. When the keyboard is not in use or during thunderstorm, please


disconnect the power for safety purpose.

Setting a Music Stand


The piano is supplied with a music stand that can be attached to the
instrument by inserting it into the grooves at the rear of the control
panel.
STYLES VOICES
01 8BtPiano 41 PopRock1 65 SlowBald 86 Tango1 105 Techno1 173 BosaNov 192 Waltz 206 March 1 StGrdPno 76 Vibra 114 ChurOrgn 119 Acordion 137 SteelGtr 229 TheVin 282 SoloStr DUAL SPLIT SD DEVICE
BRILLIANCE
MELLOW BRIGHT

TEMPO ACC VOL MIXER FUNCTION 305 SweetTp 327 Brass5 356 TenoSax2 372 SweeFlut 374 SwPanFu 523 StPn&Str 574 StandSet METRO TWINOVA OCTAVE
FINGERED

FULL RANGE

Please set up the music stand as shown on the right:


VOLUME
MIN MAX RECORD ACCOMP MELODY 1 MELODY 2 MELODY 3 MELODY 4 MELODY 5 SHIFT
A/B
/ NO / YES
START / SYNC INTRO / CHORD
FILL A FILL B FILL C FILL D SONG BANK STORE M1 M2 M3 M4 O.T.S.
STOP START ENDING MODE

Connecting a Unit Pedal


After connecting a unit pedal to the unit pedal jack on the rear panel,
the piano will have three pedals with different functions:
Sustain, Sostenuto, Soft.

SUSTAIN Pedal
Step on the sustain pedal, all notes played on the keyboard would
have a longer sustain.

SOSTENUTO Pedal
Step on the sostenuto pedal, the notes played before you step on the
pedal would have a sustain effect.

SOFT Pedal
Step on the soft pedal, all notes played on the keyboard would have
a softer effect.

Note:
The unit pedal needs to be purchased separately.

Connecting an Assign Pedal


After connecting an assign pedal to the assign pedal jack on the rear
panel, you can set the pedal type as sustain pedal, soft pedal,
start/stop pedal or memory select pedal in pedal function settings.

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Connections
Connecting a pair of Headphones
A standard pair of stereo headphones can be plugged in here for STYLES VOICES

private practice or late-night playing.


01 8BtPiano 41 PopRock1 65 SlowBald 86 Tango1 105 Techno1 173 BosaNov 192 Waltz 206 March 1 StGrdPno 76 Vibra 114 ChurOrgn 119 Acordion 137 SteelGtr 229 TheVin 282 SoloStr DUAL SPLIT SD DEVICE
BRILLIANCE
MELLOW BRIGHT

TEMPO ACC VOL MIXER FUNCTION 305 SweetTp 327 Brass5 356 TenoSax2 372 SweeFlut 374 SwPanFu 523 StPn&Str 574 StandSet METRO TWINOVA OCTAVE
FINGERED

FULL RANGE
VOLUME
MIN MAX RECORD ACCOMP MELODY 1 MELODY 2 MELODY 3 MELODY 4 MELODY 5 SHIFT
A/B
/ NO / YES
START / SYNC INTRO / CHORD
FILL A FILL B FILL C FILL D SONG BANK STORE M1 M2 M3 M4 O.T.S.
STOP START ENDING MODE

Jack1: When a pair of headphones is plugged into the jack 1, the


sound can be heard from both headphones and speakers of
the instrument.
Jack2: When a pair of headphones is plugged into the jack 2, the
internal stereo speaker system is automatically shut off. The
sound can only be heard from headphones.

Note:
To avoid the risk of hearing loss when using headphones, please
do not play the piano with a high volume level for a long time.

Connecting an Audio Equipment


The rear-panel AUX. OUT jack delivers the output of the instrument
for connection to a keyboard amplifier, stereo sound system, a mixing
console, or tape recorder. Use an audio cord to plug into the
AUX. OUT jack located on the rear panel then plug the other end of
the cord into AUX. IN of the amplifier.

Note:
To avoid damaging the speakers, please ensure that the volume has
been set to the minimum level before connecting the power and other
devices.

Connecting an MP3/CD Player


Connect the audio output of an MP3/CD player or other audio source
to the stereo AUX.IN jack on the rear panel.
The input signal is mixed with the piano signal, allowing you to play
along.

Connecting a Computer
Via the USB Connector
This receives and transmits MIDI messages.

Via the MIDI Connectors


MIDI IN Connector
This receives MIDI messages transmitted from an external MIDI
device or a computer.

MIDI OUT Connector


Piano performance data is transmitted from this connector to
connected computer or MIDI device.

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Adjusting the Master Volume
Slide the [VOLUME] slider to right, the volume increases and vice
versa.

Adjusting the Voice Brilliance


Slide the [BRILLIANCE] slider to right, the voice sounds brighter and
vice versa. You can change the piano brilliance as you wish.

Playing the Demo Song


The instrument features 5 wonderful demos. Please refer to Demo
List.

1. Holding down [SHIFT] button, then press the [DEMO] button to


start demo song playing, and the LCD will display the number and
name of demo.

2. Beat Tips
In demo song playing status, the two-color LED of [START/STOP]
button will be flashing with the song rhythm and tempo.

3. You can use the data dial, the [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button to select a
demo song.

4. Press the [START/STOP] button to stop playing. Holding down


[SHIFT] button, then press the [demo] button to exit demo mode.

Note:
1. In the demo status, all the demo songs will loop playing. And all
buttons and keys are unavailable except [DEMO], [START/STOP],
[TEMPO+/-], [+/YES], [-/NO] button, data dial, [VOLUME] slider and
POWER SWITCH.
2. In the recording, style or song playing status, the two-color LED of
the [START/STOP] button will also be flashing with the rhythm and
tempo. The red color indicates strong beat, and the green color
means weak beat.

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Playing Voices
The instrument features 583 exceptionally realistic voices.
10 group of percussion voices. Please refer to Voices List.

Playing Voices
1. In idle mode, holding down [SHIFT] button, and then press one of
the voice direct button to enter the voice mode. LCD will display the
current voice name and number and highlights R1.

2. Use the data dial, [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button to select a voice you want
to play. You can also use the voice direct button to select one.

3. You can play the keyboard and listen to the wonderful voice.

Note:
When the DUAL and LOWER function is on, you can hold down the
[SHIFT] button, and then press one of the voice direct buttons to shift
the status of voice sources, and the LCD cursor will highlight between
R1,R2,L1.

Playing two voices simultaneously-DUAL


1. In idle mode, press [DUAL] button to turn dual function on.
The LCD displays current voice name and number, and highlights
R2.

2. When R2 is highlighted, use the data dial, the [+/YES], [-/NO]


button or voice direct button to select the dual voice you want to
play.

3. Play the keyboard, and then you will hear two different voices are
sounded simultaneously in a layer. It seems like two different
instruments playing at the same time.

Note:
When the keyboard has been split, only the right hand area will
respond the dual voice, the left hand will not respond to it.

Playing different voices with both hands-LOWER


1. In idle mode, press [LOWER] button to turn the lower function on.
The keyboard is split into two independent sections, and each
section has its voice. The LCD displays the left hand voice name
and number, and highlights L1.

2. When L1 is highlighted, use the data dial, the [+/YES], [-/NO]


button or voice direct button to select the lower voice you want to
play.

3. Play the keyboard in different sections, and you will hear two
different voices.

Note:
The right hand voice does not change when you change lower voice.

Split Point
The Point on the keyboard that separates voice L and voice R1/R2 is
called the "split point". The split point is set to F#3/G3 at the factory
setting. However you can set this to any key you want. Refer to
KeySplit setting for split point setting.

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Playing Voices

Pitch Bend/Modulation effect


Use the pitch bend wheel to bend the pitch of notes up or down while
playing the keyboard. The pitch bend wheel will automatically return
to normal pitch when released.

1. Roll the wheel right and left to make pitch bend effect, which
increase the pitch when rolling right, and decrease the pitch when
rolling left. The range of pitch change is 2 semitones.

Note:
Use the pitch bend wheel can imitate the pitch bend effect of guitar,
violin, saxophone, and so on. It makes the performance more vivid.

2. Roll the wheel up and down to make modulation effect, which


increase the effect when rolling up or down, and have no effect
when the wheel is in center place.

Note:
The modulation effect is important when playing string instrument
like guitar and violin. The modulation effect makes the voice more
realistic.

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Twinova
The twinova mode can split the keyboard into two sections which
have the same pitch and voice. It helps teaching and learning piano.

1. In idle mode, press [TWINOVA] button to turn twinova function on.


The LCD highlights TWINOA. In twinova mode, dual voice and
lower voice are unavailable. The default split point is E3 (32).
When you are ready to exit, press [TWINOVA] button again.

2. In twinova mode, the default voice of right hand and left hand is the
upper voice you select before entering twinova mode. Use the data
dial, the [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or the voice direct button to choose
voice.

3. In twinova mode, press [OCTAVE] button, LCD temporarily 095 001


displays the octave value of twinova. Now you can use the data
dial, the [+/YES]/[-/NO] button to set octave value of twinova. The
range of octave is -1 to 1.

Note:
1. In the song playing mode, the twinova is invalid.
2. Please refer to KeySplit setting to set the split point setting.

Auto Accompaniment
The auto accompaniment feature puts a full backing band at your
fingertips. To use it, all you have to do is to play the chords with your
left hand using your selected accompaniment style, and then the
accompaniment will automatically play along, instantly following the
chords you play. With auto accompaniment, even a solo performer
can enjoy playing with the backing of an entire band or orchestra.
This keyboard features 235 styles in a variety of musical genres. Try
to select some of the different styles (refer to Style List) and enjoy the
auto accompaniment feature.

Play Auto Accompaniment(rhythm track only)


1. In idle mode, holding down [SHIFT] button, and then press any of
the style direct button to enter the style mode. LCD displays the
name and number of the current style.

2. Use the data dial, the [+/YES], [-/NO] button or the style direct
button to choose the style you want to play.

3. Press the [START/STOP] button to start the rhythm tracks of the


auto accompaniment. Also you can press [SYNC START] and then
play any key to start the rhythm tracks of the auto accompaniment.

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Auto Accompaniment

Play Auto Accompaniment(all tracks)


1. In style mode, press [CHORD MODE] button to enter auto bass
chord (A. B. C.) mode. The keyboard is split into two sections. Left
hand section is chord detect section. The FINGERED LED on
the panel will be lighted.
Press [CHORD MODE] button again to enter full range mode.
The FULL RANGE led on the panel will be lighted. The whole
keyboard is chord detect section. (#9)

2. Press [SYNC START] button and then play a chord in chord detect
section to start auto accompaniment of all tracks. When you
change a chord, the accompaniment automatically changes.
Also press [START/STOP] button to start auto accompaniment of
rhythm track, then play a chord in chord detect section. It will start
auto accompaniment of all tracks.

Accompaniment Sections
There are various types of Auto Accompaniment sections that allow
you to vary the arrangement of the accompaniment to match the song
you are playing.
They are: Intro, Main (A, B, C, D), Fill (A, B, C, D), and Ending.
By switching among them during your performance you caneasily
produce the dynamic elements of a professional sounding
arrangement in your performance.

INTRO Section
This is used for the beginning of the song. When the intro finishes
playing, accompaniment shifts to the main section.

MAIN Section
This is used for playing the main part of the song. It plays an
accompaniment pattern of several measures, and repeats indefinitely
until another section's button is pressed.

FILL-IN Section
The fill-in section let you add dynamic variations and breaks to the
rhythm of the accompaniment, to make your performance sound even
more professional. When the fill-in is finished, it leads smoothly into
the selected main section (A, B, C, D).

ENDING Section
This is used for the ending of the song. When the ending is finished,
the auto accompaniment stops automatically. The length of the ending
differs depending on the selected style.

Note:
Hold down the FILL A/B/C/D button when the style is playing, the
selected fill-in pattern repeats continuously until button is released.
Press FILL A/B/C/D button when style stops, it will change to the
normal section, the LED of A/B/C/D on panel will be lightened.

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Auto Accompaniment

Playing Different Accompaniment Sections


1. Press style direct button or use the data dial, [+/YES]/ [-/NO]
button to select a style.

2. Press [CHORD MODE] button to enter A. B. C. (auto bass chord)


mode.

3. Press [SYNC START] button.

4. Press [FILL A] button.

5. Press the [INTRO/ENDING] button. Now the A LED flashes on


panel, the style is ready to play.

6. As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the auto
accompaniment starts. When the playback of the intro is finished,
it automatically leads into Main A section.

7. Press the [FILL B] / [FILL C] / [FILL D] button. A fill-in plays,


automatically followed by the Main B/C/D section.

8. Press the [INTRO/ENDING] button again, and it will enter the


Ending Section.
When the ending is finished, the auto accompaniment
automatically stops.

Accompaniment Volume
This function is used to change the volume of all tracks of
accompaniment.

Press [ACC VOL] button, the LCD will display ACCOMP volume (0 to
127). At this time, you can use the data dial or [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button
to adjust ACCOMP volume. 095001

Chord Fingering
How the chords are played or indicated with your left hand (in the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard) is referred to as "fingering".
There are 2 types of fingerings as described below.

Chord Basics
Three or more notes are played together is defined as a "chord".
The most basic chord type is the "triad" consisting three notes: the
root, third and fifth degree of the corresponding scale.
A "C major triad", for example, is made up of the note C (the root), E
(the third note of the C major scale) and G (the fifth note of the C
major scale).

In the C major triad shown, the lowest note is the "root" of the chord
(this is the chord's "root position" using other chord notes for the
lowest note results in inversion). The root is the central sound of the
chord, which supports and anchors the other chord notes. The
distance (interval) between adjacent notes of triad in root position is
either a major or minor third.

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Auto Accompaniment

The lowest interval in our root-position trial (between the root and the
third) determines whether the triad is a major or minor chord, and we
can shift the highest note up or down by a semitone to produce two
additional chords, as shown.

The basic characteristics of the chord sound remain intact even if we


change the order of the notes to create different inversions.
Successive chords in a chord progression can be smoothly
connected, for example, by choosing the appropriate inversions.

Reading Chord Names


Chord names tell you just about everything you need to know about a
chord (other than the inversion/voicing). The chord name tells you
what the root of a chord is, whether it is major, minor or diminished,
whether it requires a major or flatted seventh, what alterations or
tension does it use...all at a glance.

The CHORD FINGER mode


The chord Finger mode lets you finger your own chords on the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard. This keyboard identifies both
multi finger chord and single finger chord. When it cannot identify the
multi keys, it will identify that as single finger chord.

SINGLE FINGER
Single-finger accompaniment makes it simple to produce beautifully
orchestrated accompaniment using major, seventh, minor and minor
seventh chord by pressing a minimum number of keys on the auto
accompaniment section of the keyboard.

MULTI-FINGER
This is the default accompaniment mode. You can use either type of
single fingering or chord fingering in this mode.

Note:
In full range mode, the whole keyboard is chord detect section. It
identifies only multi finger chord.

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Auto Accompaniment

Tempo
Each style of the instrument has been set with a default or standard
tempo; however, this can be changed by using the [TEMPO+/-]
buttons.

1. Use the [TEMPO+/-] button to change the tempo. While the tempo
data is flashing, use the data dial can also change the tempo.

2. Press the [TEMPO+] and [TEMPO-] buttons simultaneously to


restore the default tempo setting.

One Touch Setting


One Touch Setting is a powerful and convenient function that lets you
instantly recognize virtually all auto accompaniment related panel
settings such as voice with one touch of a single button.

1. Press the [O.T.S.] button to turns on the One Touch Setting for
current style.

2. Press one of the one touch setting buttons [M1]-[M4]. Various


panel settings (such as voice, effect, etc.) that match the selected
style can be instantly recalled with just a single button press.
Auto accompaniment is automatically turned on during O.T.S
mode.

3. Play the keyboard.


One Touch Setting parameter list:
Part ON/OFF (VOICE R1, R2, L1)
Voice Change (VOICE R1, R2, L1)
Voice Volume (VOICE R1, R2, L1)
Voice Reverb Level (VOICE R1, R2, L1)
Voice Chorus Level (VOICE R1, R2, L1)

Metronome
Using metronome helps you with beat that guides your playing by
preset tempo.

1. Open the metronome


Press the [METRO] button to turn the metronome on.

2. Close the metronome


Press the [METRO] button again to turn the metronome off.

3. Metronome beat type setting


Please refer to beat type setting.

Note:
The metronome will respond in the next beat if it is opened when the
accompaniment is playing.
When recording, metronome beats cannot be recorded.

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Mixer
Mixer function can control the volume of different tracks.
1. Press the [MIXER] button.
Now you have entered the menu of mixer. Press the [MIXER]
button repeatedly, you can select a track and change its volume.

2. To adjust the selected volume setting, please use the data dial or
the [+/YES]/[-/NO] button.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] button simultaneously to turn off a track
volume.
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] button simultaneously again to turn on a
track volume.
The option and parameters are as follows:

Option LCD display Range


Rhythm slave volume Rhythm_s Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Rhythm master volume Rhythm_m Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Bass volume Bass Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Chord 1 volume Chord1 Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Chord 2 volume Chord2 Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Chord 3 volume Chord3 Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Phrase 1 volume Phrase1 Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Phrase 2 volume Phrase2 Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Voice R1 volume Upper1 Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Voice R2 volume Upper2 Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Voice L volume Lower Vol: xxx 0 - 127
Disk volume Disk Vol: xxx 0 - 127

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Pedal Function
The assign pedal is a single pedal which can be configured to
different pedal function. Please refer to the pedal setting menu for
detail.

1. Sustain Pedal
If assign pedal is set as Sustain, step on the assign pedal, all
notes played on the keyboard will have a longer sustain.

2. Soft Pedal
If assign pedal is set as Soft, step on the assign pedal, all notes
played on the keyboard will have a softer effect.

3. Pedal Start/Stop
If pedal assign is set as St/Sp, the assign pedal will have the
same function as [START/STOP] button.

4. Pedal Memory Select


If pedal assign is set as MemSw, it will load the next memory
parameter from M1 when you step on the pedal.
The total number of memory you can load is 32.

Note:
We do not suggest use the assign pedal and unit pedal
simultaneously. It may cause a malfunction.

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Other Functions
Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to enter function menu. The default
option of the menu is Tune. When you enter the menu next time,
you will find the option is the same as last time. Use [FUNCTION+/-]
button to select the option to set. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
set parameter of the current menu.
The option and parameters are as follows:

Number LCD display Range Default


1 Tune: xxx -50 ~ +50 000
2 Transpose: xxx -12 ~ +12 000
3 SplitPt: xxx 1 ~ 88 034
4 BeatType: xxx 0, 2 ~ 9 004
5 BeatVol: xxx 0 ~ 127 090
6 PedalType: xxx Sustain, Soft, St/Sp, MemSw Sustain
7 HarmonyTp: xxx Duet, 1+5, Octave, CtryDuet, Trio, Duet
Block, 4Close1, 4Close2, 4Open
8 HarmonySwitch: xxx OFF,ON OFF
9 MidiIn: xxx 1 ~ 16, ALL ALL
10 MidiOut: xxx 1 ~ 16 001
11 DspEffect: xxx OFF,1, 2, 3 002
12 Touch: xxx OFF, 1, 2, 3 002
13 Language: xxx English,  English
14 PowerOff: xxx OFF, 30, 60 030

Tune
This function sets the pitch of entire keyboard by steps of cents.

1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select tune menu. LCD displays


Tune: xxx. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] or data dial to change tune value.
Its range is from -50 to 50 cents.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the tune value to
its default setting: 000.

Transpose
Transpose function allows the overall pitch of the instrument to be
transposed up or down by a maximum of one octave in semitone
steps.

1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select transpose menu.


LCD displays Transpose: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
change transpose value. The max transpose is 12 semitones.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the transpose


value to its default setting: 000.

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Other Functions

KeySplit
This function sets the point which separates the entire keyboard to
two sections.
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select keysplit menu. LCD displays
SplitPt: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to change keysplit
value. The range of keyspilit: 1~88.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the keysplit value
to its default setting: F#3(34).

Note:
When twinova is opened, the range of keysplit is C3~C6 (28~64).
Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set twinova keysplit
value to its default setting: E3(32).

Beat Type

1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select beat type menu. LCD


displays BeatType: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
change beat type. The range of beat type: 0, 2~9.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the beat type
value to its default setting: 4.

Beat Volume

1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select beat volume menu.


LCD displays BeatVol: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
change beat volume. The range of beat volume: 0~127.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the beat volume
value to its default setting: 090.

Pedal Type
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select pedal type menu.
LCD displays PedalType: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
change pedal type. 4 types of pedal are available: sustain
pedal(Sustain), soft pedal(Soft), accompaniment start/stop
Pedal(St/Sp), memory switch pedal(MemSw).

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the pedal type to
its default setting: Sustain.

Note
1. This piano is compatible with normally open or closed pedal. It will
auto detect the pedal type when switching on.

2. If you switch on the piano stepping on the pedal, the pedal status
will be converse.

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Other Functions

Harmony Type

You can add a variety of harmony notes to the keys you played in the
right-hand section.

1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select harmony type menu.


LCD displays HarmonyTp: xxx. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] or data dial
to change harmony type.

The harmony types are as follows:

Number LCD Display


1 Duet
2 1+5
3 Octave
4 CtryDuet
5 Trio
6 Block
7 4Close1
8 4Close2
9 4Open

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set harmony type to


default setting: Duet.

Harmony Switch
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select harmony switch menu. LCD
displays HarmonySw: xxx. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] or data dial to
change harmony switch status: OFF, ON.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set harmony switch to


default setting: OFF.

Playing with harmony


Open the A.B.C., then use left hand play a chord. When playing that
chord, the harmony effect notes will be added to the notes you play in
the right hand section. While 1+5 or octave is selected to a
harmony type, you can use the harmony effect without playing the
chord. The other type effect notes cannot respond without playing
chord.

MIDI IN

1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select MIDI IN menu. LCD


displays MidiIn: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to change
MIDI IN channel:1~16, ALL.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set MIDI IN channel


to default setting: ALL.

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Other Functions

MIDI OUT
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select MIDI OUT menu.
LCD displays MidiOut: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
change MIDI OUT channel:1~16.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set MIDI OUT


channel to default setting: 001.

DSP effect
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select DSP effect menu.
LCD displays DspEffect: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
change DSP parameter: OFF, 1~3.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set DSP to default


setting: 002.

Touch
The keyboard is equipped with a touch response feature that lets you
dynamically and expressively controls the level of the voice with your
playing strength just as on an acoustic instrument.
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select touch menu. LCD displays
Touch: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to change touch
type: OFF, 1(soft), 2(normal), 3(hard).

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set touch value to


default setting: 2(normal).

Language
This function is used to set the system language.
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select language menu. LCD
displays Language: xxx. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] or data dial to
change language: English, 

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the language to


its default setting: English.

Note:
The language setting will keep if you switch off the piano.

PowerOff
This function is used to set automatic shutdown time.
1. Press [FUNCTION+/-] button to select power off menu.
LCD displays PowerOff: xxx. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] or data dial to
change time value: OFF, 030, 060.

2. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously, the time will be restored


to default: 030 minutes

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Register Memory
The keyboard is an instrument with a variety of controls and functions,
the Registration Memory feature can make your performance more
easily and efficiently. It allows you to save virtually all panel settings to
a Registration Memory setting, and you can instantly recall custom
panel settings by pressing a single button.

Note:
Press [STORE] and [M1] button then power on, the registration
memory will be set to default.

Registering the Panel Setting

1. There are 8 memory banks, and each bank has 4 memories


(M1-M4).

2. While holding the [STORE] button, press one of the


REGISTRATION MEMORY buttons: [M1] - [M4]. Notice
that the new settings will replace the previous memory data.
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Recalling the Registered Panel Settings

Press one of the REGISTRATION MEMORY buttons:[M1] - [M4]. In


this example, the panel settings stored in the memory 2 of bank 1 are
recalled.

Note:
Registration data cannot be recalled when the One Touch Setting
function is on.

Selecting a Registration Bank

1. Press the [BANK] button. There are 8 banks in all and each bank
has 4 memories(M1-M4). Press the [BANK] button, the LCD
displays MemBank.

2. Select a bank. Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to select
a bank from 1 to 8.

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Song Recording
With the easy-to-use song recording features, you can record your
own keyboard performances as a user song. 5 user songs can be
recorded with 6 tracks (1 ACCOMP track, 5 MELODY tracks) each.

Among them, the accompaniment track is used for recording style and
this recorded track is user song's accomp. Melody tracks are used for
recording melodies.

Accomp track and melody track can be recorded together, but you
cannot record two melody tracks at the same time. Of course you can
only record accomp or melody. Accomp and several melody tracks
can simultaneous playback. The recorded data will not lose when you
turn off the power.

Start Recording

Before you start recording, you need to select a user song to keep the
recording song, and set the recording tracks.

1. Holding down [SHIFT] button, then press the [RECORD] button to


enter user song selection mode. The LCD displays "RecSong1
and sequence number. 3 user songs can be recorded.
Press [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button to select the user song you want to
record.

2. Holding down [SHIFT] button, then press the [RECORD] button


again to enter record preparation mode. LCD lightens the REC
flag, and the [START/STOP] button on the panel will light up. It
automatically select a empty track to record your performance. The
button of track (ACCOMP, MELODY1 to MELODY 5) will flash to
indicate which track you would record.

3. In the recording preparation status, you can adjust parameters


such as the voice, style and tempo. When recording a new song,
It will automatically select Melody 1 as the recorded track.
Holding down [SHIFT] button, then press ACCOMP (or
MELODY1 to MELODY 5) to make your own selection.
The ACCOMP track and one of MELODY track can be recorded
at the same time, but it cannot record two MOLODY track
simultaneously.

4. Press [START/STOP] button or play the keyboard to start


recording. The [RECORD] button lightens. When choosing
the accomp tack and A.B.C. is open, play an effective chords in
left hand section or press [START/STOP] button would start
recording.

Note:
Style can only be recorded in Accomp track. The recording track
instructions LED has three states: Blinking, Light, Go out.
Blinking: It means the track was chose for recording. If the track
have recorded data, the original data will be replaced.
Light: It means this track have data, the recording process will record
data with playback the recorded track at the same time.
Go out: It means this track has no data or has data which can not
playback when recording.
When recording an existing song, the keyboard will automatically
select the empty track next to the occupied track. For example, if
Melody 1 is occupied, then Melody 2 will be selected as the
record track. When all 6 tracks have been recorded and a specific
track needs to be revised, press the button of that track and start
recording. The original data will be replaced.

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Song Recording

Stop Recording
1. When recording is in process, holding down [SHIFT] button then
press the [RECORD] button to stop recording.

2. When recording is in process, if the memory is full, the recording


will stop and save automatically, and the LCD displays RecFull.

3. If you choose the accomp recording, the recording will stop


automatically when the ending of the rhythm finishes.
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Playback Recording
1. When recording is in process, holding down [SHIFT] button then
press the [RECORD] button, it will stop recording and enter the
song play mode, and the current recorded song will play
automatically in circle.

2. Press the [SONG] button to enter the song mode and it will play
all songs circularly. Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to
select a song, there are 125 songs in all, including 5 user songs
(121-125). If there is no data in the selected user song, it will
display NoFile and stop playing. You can also select one user
song in song stop playing mode, press [PLAY/STOP] button, this
user song will play circularly.

Delete User Song


1. Pressing and holding [RECORD] and [SONG] button together and
turn power on simultaneously, all user songs will be erased.

2. In the recording preparation status, holding down [SHIFT] button


then press the [RECORD] button for two second, the LCD will
display Delete?. And holding down [SHIFT] button then press
[ACCOMP] (or [MELODY 1] to [MELODY 5]) button to select the
track you want to delete.
When some track button is lightened, it indicates that the track

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data you want to delete, otherwise, it indicate that the track data
you want to keep. If all the track buttons are lightened, the whole
user song will be erased after confirmation.

3. Choose the track you want to delete, press [+/YES] to confirm and
the recorded data in this track will be erased. Press [-/NO] to quit
this step, and go back to the recording preparation status.

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Song
The piano has 125 songs in all, including 5 user songs.

Listening to the songs

1. Press the [SONG] button to enter the song mode and it will play all
songs circularly.

2. Use the data dial, [+/YES] or [-/NO] button to select a song.

3. Once you start playing a song by pressing [START/STOP] button, it


will play current song repeatedly.

4. When the song is stopped, press the style or voice direct button,
[DUAL] button and so on will exit the song mode.

Song Control

1. Introductory beat
Before song start playing, it has the introductory beat, the measure
starts from negative value. It begins to play song when the
measure goes to 1.

2. REW, FF and PAUSE


When the song is playing:
Press the [ ] button to fast forward the song.
Press the [ ] button to rewind the song (base on the measure).
Press the [ ] button to pause the playing song.

3. Song Repeat
When playing the song, press [A/B] button to set the location of
loop begin and loop end to the current song. Press the [A/B] to set
the loop begin and press it again to set the loop end. When in loop
status, press [A/B] again to quit the loop playing status.

Restore Factory Setting

Pressing and holding [+/YES] and [-/NO] button together and then
turn the power on, the piano would be restored to factory setting. It
will delete all the user data: user styles, user songs and registered
memory. The LCD will display the power on logo about 8 seconds.
After the restore completed, the piano will start normally.

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Connecting an SD Device
This piano is compatible with 16M to 32G FAT 16 or FAT 32 SD card.
We recommend use SD card after formatting on piano. If not
necessary, please do not edit the data that the piano backs up on the
SD card.

SD Device Operation

1. The function buttons related to SD card are: [SD DEVICE],


[+/YES], [-/NO], [START/STOP] and the data dial.

2. Press [SD DEVICE] button to enter SD card mode. Press


[SD DEVICE] button again can quit that mode.
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3. If the SD card has been inserted before pressing [SD DEVICE]
button, the LCD will display a waiting notice, and the upper right
corner of LCD will display SD card icon . If initializing succeeds,
LCD will display Play, the icon becomes . If initialing fails, the
LCD will display DiskErr, and the SD icon remains . If SD card
is not inserted, the LCD will display NoDisk, and the upper right
corner of LCD does not display SD card icon.

4. In SD card mode, use data dial to select menu, press [+/YES]


button to proceed, press [-/NO] to go back.

5. In SD card mode, it can read a maximum of 512 files in one


folder. Icon represents folder, and icon represents file.

6. In SD card mode, press [SD DEVICE], voice direct button and style
direct button can exit SD card mode.
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7. Press [MIXER] button can change the volume when playing MIDI
file.

8. Loading, Save and Delete operations are intended for the file in
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Play
1. Press [SD DEVICE] button to enter SD card mode. Then use data
dial to select Play menu.

2. Select the menu Play and press [+/YES] button, LCD will display
the name of MIDI files and sub directories in the root of the SD
Device.

3. If you choose a sub-directory, press [+/YES] button to open the


folder, press [-/NO] to return to the parent directory. If LCD displays
.., pressing either [+/YES] or [-/NO] will return to parent directory.

4. Use data dial to select a MIDI file, and then press [START/STOP]
button to play it repeatedly. Press [+/YES] button to play all files in
the current directory circularly. Press [START/STOP] button again
to stop playing.

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Connecting an SD Device

Load
1. Press [SD DEVICE] button to enter SD card mode.
Then use data dial to select Load menu.

2. Press [+/YES] to enter load sub menu. Load sub menu are
displayed on LCD, it includes LoadSong, LoadSty and
LoadMem. Use [+/YES], [-/NO] button or data dial to select one.

Load Song:
1. Select the menu LoadSong and press [+/YES] button, LCD
displays the MIDI files (*.midi) in the MMKD\SONG directory of SD
DEVICE. Use the data dial to select the file to load.

2. After selected the midi file, press [+/YES] button, and then use the
data dial to select user song number.

3. After selected the song number, press [+/YES] button, and the
LCD displays Sure?. Press [+/YES] again to confirm the loading
operation. Press [-/NO] to cancel the operation.

Load Style
1. Select the menu LoadSty and press [+/YES] button, LCD
displays the style files (*.sty) in the MMKD\STYLE directory of SD
DEVICE. Use the data dial to select the file to load.

2. After selected the style file, press [+/YES] button then use the data
dial to select user style number.

3. After selected the user style number, press [+/YES] button, and the
LCD displays Sure?.Press [+/YES] again to confirm the loading
operation. Press [-/NO] to cancel the operation.

Load Memory
1. Select the menu "LoadMem" and press [+/YES] button, LCD
displays the memory files(*.mem) in the MMKD\MEMORY
directory of SD DEVICE. Use the data dial to select the file to load.

2. After selected the memory file, press [+/YES] button, and then use
the data dial to select user memory number.

3. After selected the user memory number, press [+/YES] button, and
the LCD displays Sure?. Press [+/YES] again to confirm the
loading operation. Press [-/NO] to cancel the operation.

Save
1. Press [SD DEVICE] button to enter SD card mode. Then use data
dial to select Save.

2. Press [+/YES] to enter Save sub menu. It includes SaveSong,


SaveSty and SaveMem. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or data dial
to select one.

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Connecting an SD Device

Save user song:


1. Select the menu SaveSong sub menu and press [+/YES] button,
LCD displays the user song name and number. Use the data dial
to select the file to save.

2. After selected the user song, press [+/YES]. The LCD prompts to
enter file name SNG_. Now use keyboard to enter a file name of
8 character.

3. After entering the file name, press [+/YES]. The LCD will prompt to
confirm the operation: Sure?. Press [+/YES] again to save the
file. Press [-/NO] to cancel the operation.

4. If you enters the same name to the song in SD card, the LCD
prompts SameName!. You need to enter a different name.
The saving operations of user style and user song are just the
same.

Delete
1. Press [SD DEVICE] button to enter SD card mode. Then use data
dial to select Delete.

2. Press [+/YES] to enter Delete sub menu. It includes UserSong,


UserSty and UserMem. Use [+/YES]/ [-/NO] button or data dial
to select one.

3. Select a file type you want to delete. Press [+/YES] to enter the
corresponding menu.

4. Select a file you want to delete. Press [+/YES], and the LCD
displays Sure? Press [+/YES] to confirm, and press [-/NO] to
cancel the operation.

Format
1. Press [SD DEVICE] button to enter SD card mode. Then use data
dial to select Format.

2. Press [+/YES] to confirm that operation. LCD displays Sure?,


then press [+/YES] to format, press [-/NO] to cancel that operation.

Note:
Formation will delete all data in SD card!

Keyboard and ASCII Character Relative Table


Note C2 C#2 D2 Eb2 E2 F2 F#2 G2 Ab2 A2 Bb2 B2
Letter Shift DEL Back Next A B C D E F G H
Note C3 C#3 D3 Eb3 E3 F3 F#3 G3 Ab3 A3 Bb3 B3
Letter I J K L M N O P Q R S T
Note C4 C#4 D4 Eb4 E4 F4 F#4 G4 Ab4 A4 Bb4 B4
Letter U V W X Y Z 0 1 2 3 4 5
Note C5 C#5 D5 Eb5 E5 F5 F#5 G5 Ab5 A5 Bb5 B5
Letter 6 7 8 9 ! # $ % & , [ ]
Note C6 C#6 D6 Eb6 E6 F6
Letter - @ ^ ` { }

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MIDI
With the MIDI functions you can expand your musical possibilities. This section will let you know what MIDI is, and what it can
do, as well as how you can use MIDI on your instrument.

What's MIDI?

MIDI is an acronym that stands for Musical Instrument Digital


Interface, which allows electronic musical instruments to
communicate with each other, by sending and receiving compatible
Note, Control Change, Program Change and various other types of
MIDI data, or messages. The instrument can control a MIDI device by
transmitting note related data and various types of controller data.
The instrument can be controlled by the incoming MIDI messages
which automatically determine tone generator mode, select MIDI
channels, voices and effects, change parameter values and of course
play the voices specified for the various parts. MIDI messages can be
divided into two groups: Channel messages and System.

MIDI Terminals

In order to exchange MIDI data between multiple devices, each


device must be connected by a cable.

MIDI IN: Receives MIDI data from a computer.


MIDI OUT: Transmits the instrument information as MIDI data to
another MIDI device.

Connect the MIDI OUT of other Device to the MIDI IN jack on the rear
panel, this instrument will as sound module.
Connect the MIDI IN of other Device to the MIDI OUT jack on the rear
panel. This instrument will work as a MIDI Controller.

Downloading Data from the Computer


Connect a standard USB cable between the rear-panel USB jack on
the instrument and the USB jack on your computer.
Power on the instrument first, and then open the PCSUITE software
in your computer, the "CONECTING" will be displayed on LCD. The
PCSUITE will connect successfully with the instrument.
You can download 5 SMF MIDI files to the keyboard as user songs or
upload the user songs.
You can upload user styles to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
You can upload user voices to the computer as a backup or download
them to the keyboard.
You can upload memory files to the computer as a backup or
download them to the keyboard.
Please refer to software operation instructions for detail operating
methods.

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Troubleshooting
Problem Possible Cause and Solution
The speakers produce a pop sound This is normal and is no cause for alarm.
whenever the power is turned ON or OFF.

No sound when the keyboard is played. The R1/R2/L1 voice volume (Mixer) settings could be set too
low. Make sure the voice volumes are set at appropriate
levels.

When using a mobile phone, noise is Using a mobile phone in close proximity to the instrument
produced. may produce interference. To prevent this, turn off the mobile
phone or use it further away from the instrument.

The auto accompaniment does not play You may be trying to start accompaniment by playing a key
back even Sync is in standby condition and in the right-hand range of the keyboard. To start the
a key is pressed. accompaniment with Sync Start, make sure to play a key in
the left-hand range of the keyboard.

Certain notes sound at wrong pitch. Make sure that the tuning value is set to 0. Press and
hold the [+/YES] and [-/NO] buttons at the same time, then
turning the power on will set INSTRUMENT to default.

The Harmony function does not operate. And Harmony cannot be turned on when a drum kit is
selected for the voice R1.

Specifications
LCD Display Record Function
Multi-functional LCD Record, Accomp, Melody 1-5

Keys Memory
88 Hammer-Action Keys 32

Polyphony Connectors
128 DC IN, Headphones, AUX IN, AUX OUT, Assign Pedal,
Unit Pedal, MIDI IN, MIDI OUT, SD Jack
Voices
583 Power Supply
DC 15V IN
Songs
125, including 5 user songs Speaker
4ohm 15WX2
Styles 8ohm 25WX2
235, including 5 user styles
Dimensions
Demos 1360(L)x370(W)x143(H)mm
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Weight
Control button 20kg
Power Switch, Volume slider ,Brilliance slider, Styles,
Tempo+/-, Acc VolMixer, Function+/-, Start/Stop, Sync
Start, Intro/Ending, Fill A, Fill B, Fill C, Fill D, Chord
Mode, Voices, Dual, Split, SD Device, Metro, Twinova,
Octave, Song, Bank, Store, M1-M4, O.T.S., Shift, Demo,
+/Yes, -/No, data dial, pitch bend wheel

* All specifications and appearances are subject to change without notice.

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Voice List
No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name
PIANO 55 Clavi (wide) 1 ClaviW1 108 Detuned Percussive Organ DePerOrg
1 Stereo Grand Piano StGrdPno 56 Clavi (wide) 2 ClaviW2 109 Stereo Rotary Organ StRotaOr
2 Acoustic Grand Piano (wide) 1 GrandPnW 57 Clavi Wah ClaviWa 110 Rock Organ RockOrgn
3 Acoustic Grand Piano (wide) 2 GrandPW2 58 Pulse Clavi PluseClv 111 Rotary Organ RotaOrgn
4 Acoustic Grand Piano (dark) GrandPnD CHROMATIC PERCUSSION 112 Slow Rotary Organ SloRotOr
5 Octave Piano 1 OctPno1 59 Celesta 1 Celesta 113 Detuned Church Organ DeChuOrg
6 Octave Piano 2 OctPno2 60 Celesta 2 Celesta2 114 Church Organ 1 ChurOrgn
7 Dreamscape Dreamscp 61 Birght Celeasta BirCelea 115 Church Organ 2 ChurOrg2
8 Piano & Strings Pno&Str 62 Celesta & Sine Celes&Si 116 Church Organ (octave mix) ChurOrgO
9 Piano & Choir Pno&Cho 63 Reecho Bell RechBell 117 Reed Organ ReedOrgn
10 Acoustic Grand Piano GrandPno 64 Celesta & Music Box Celes&MB 118 Puff Organ PuffOrgn
11 Stereo Bright Piano StBrtPno 65 Glockenspiel 1 Glocken 119 Accordion 1 Acordion
12 Bright Acoustic Piano BritePno 66 Glockenspiel 2 Glocken2 120 Accordion 2 Acordin2
13 Bright Acoustic Piano (wide) 1 BritePnW 67 Glockenspiel & Sine Glock&Si 121 Accordion 3 Acordin3
14 Bright Acoustic Piano (wide) 2 BritePW2 68 Glockenspiel & Celesta Glock&Ce 122 Chorus Accordion ChAccord
15 Chorus Piano ChoruPno 69 Music Box 1 MusicBox 123 Mustte Mustte
16 Piano Pad PianoPad 70 Music Box 2 MusicBo2 124 Accord It Solo AccordSo
17 Piano & Vibraphone Pno&Vib 71 Music Box 3 MusicBo3 125 Sweet Harmonica SwetHarm
18 Electric Grand Piano E.Grand 72 Toy Box ToyBox 126 Harmonica 1 Harmnica
19 Electric Grand Piano (wide) E.GrandW 73 Music Box & Harp Mbx&Harp 127 Harmonica 2 Harmnic2
20 Stereo Honk-Tonk StHonkTo 74 Stereo Vibrapho StVibes 128 Detuned Harmonica DetHarmo
21 Honky-tonk Piano HnkyTonk 75 Rigid Vibraphone RigiVibe 129 Tango Accordion TangoAcd
22 Honky-tonk Piano (wide) 1 HnyTonkW 76 Vibraphone 1 Vibra GUITAR
23 Honky-tonk Piano (wide) 2 HnyTonW2 77 Vibraphone 2 Vibra2 130 Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 1 NylonGtr
24 Stereo Hard Electric Piano StHarEp 78 Vibraphone (wide) 1 VibraW 131 Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 2 NylonGt2
25 Detuned Electric Piano 1 DetunEP1 79 Vibraphone (wide) 2 VibraW2 132 Acoustic Guitar (nylon + key off) NylGtrOf
26 Detuned Electric Piano 2 DetunEP2 80 Vibraphone & Bell Bell&Vib 133 Ukulele Ukulele
27 Detuned Electric Piano 3 DetunEP3 81 Vibraphone & Harpsichord Vib&Harp 134 Velocity Nylon Guitar NylnGtVe
28 Electric Piano 1 E.Piano1 82 Marimba 1 Marimba 135 Chorus Nylon Guitar ChoNyGt
29 Electric Piano 2 E.Piano2 83 Marimba 2 Marimba2 136 Bright Nylon Guitar BrNyGt
30 Electric Piano (wide) 1 EPnoW1 84 Marimba (wide) MarimbaW 137 Acoustic Guitar (steel) 1 SteelGtr
31 Electric Piano (wide) 2 EPnoW2 85 Sine Marimba SinMrmb 138 Acoustic Guitar (steel) 2 SteelGt2
32 EP Legend EPLegend 86 Stereo Marimba StMarim 139 Steel Guitar with Body Sound SteelBdy
33 EP Phase EPPhase 87 Marimba & Vibraphone Mar&Vib 140 Tremolo Steel Guitar TremGt
34 60's Electric Piano 60'sEP 88 Wood Drum WoodDrum 141 Mandolin Mandolin
35 Electric Piano 1 (velocity mix) E.PnoV1 89 Xylophone 1 Xylophon 142 12-Strings Guitar 12StrGtr
36 Electric Piano 2 (velocity mix) E.PnoV2 90 Xylophone 2 Xylopho2 143 Chorus Steel Guitar ChoSteGt
37 Velocity Crossfade Electric Piano VeCrosEP 91 Tubular Bells TubulBel 144 Nylon & Steel Guitar Ny&SteGt
38 Layered Electric Piano 1 LayerEp1 92 Church Bell ChurBell 145 Stereo Steel Guitar StSteGt
39 Layered Electric Piano 2 LayerEp2 93 Carillon Carillon 146 Steel Guitar Bend GtBend
40 Nylon Electric Piano NylonEP 94 Dulcimer Dulcimer 147 Steel Guitar Harmonics GtHarm
41 Warm Electric Piano WarmEp 95 Santur Santur 148 Velocity Steel Guita 1 VelSte1
42 Cloudy Electric Piano CloudyEp 96 Shorty Shorty 149 Velocity Steel Guita 2 VelSte2
43 Grand Harpsichord GraHarps ORGAN 150 Velocity Steel Guita 3 VelSte3
44 Harpsichord 1 Harpsi 97 Drawbar Organ 1 DrawOrgn 151 Velocity Steel Guita 4 VelSte4
45 Harpsichord 2 Harpsi2 98 Drawbar Organ 2 DrawOrg2 152 Electric Guitar (jazz) 1 JazzGtr
46 Harpsichord (wide) HarpsiW 99 Soft Stereo Drawbar OrganSfDrawOr 153 Electric Guitar (jazz) 2 JazzGt2
47 Harpsichord (octave mix) 1 HarpsiO 100 Mellow Drawbar Organ MellDrOr 154 Electric Guitar (pedal steel) PedalGtr
48 Harpsichord (octave mix) 2 HarpsiO2 101 Detuned Drawbar Organ 1 DeDraOrg 155 Mellow Guitar MelloGt
49 Harpsichord Release HarpsiR 102 Detuned Drawbar Organ 2 DeDraOr2 156 Velocity Jazz Guitar JazzGtVe
50 Harpsichord (with key off) HarpsiOf 103 Italian 60's Organ 60'sOrgn 157 Jazz Guitar Detuned JazzGtDt
51 Piano & Harpsichord Pno&Harp 104 1970 Percussive Organ 1970PcOr 158 Mid Tone Guitar MidTonGt
52 Stereo Clavichord StClavi 105 Percussive Organ 1 PercOrgn 159 Electric Guitar (clean) 1 CleanGtr
53 Clavi 1 Clavi 106 Percussive Organ 2 PercOrg2 160 Electric Guitar (clean) 2 CleanGt2
54 Clavi 2 Clavi2 107 Light Click Organ LClickOr 161 Stereo Clean Guitar StCleGtr

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Voice List

No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name
162 Velocity Clean Guitar CleGtVel 216 Power Slap Bass PowSlap 269 Synth Strings 2 SynStrs2
163 Electric Guitar (detuned clean) DetClnGt 217 Lash Thumb Bass LashThm 270 Synth Strings 3 SynStrs3
164 Electric Guitar (muted velo-sw) MutVelGt 218 Resonant Slap Bass ResonSlp 271 Synth Strings 4 SynStrs4
165 Electric Guitar (muted) MutedGtr 219 Velocity Switch Slap Bass VeloSSlp 272 Synth Strings 5 SynStrs5
166 Electric Guitar (funky cutting) FunkGt 220 Synth Bass 1 SynBass1 273 Resonant Strings ResonSt
167 Jazz Man JazzMan 221 Synth Bass 2 SynBass2 274 Stereo Slow Strings SSlowStr
168 Stereo Muted Guitar StMuGt 222 Synth Bass 3 (resonance) ResoBass 275 Slow Strings SlowStr
169 Guitar Pinch GtPinch 223 Synth Bass 4 (attack) AtackBas 276 Strings and Brass Str&Bras
170 Overdriven Guitar Ovrdrive 224 Synth Bass (warm) WarmBass 277 Legato Strings LegatStr
171 Detuned Overdriven Guitar DtOdrvGt 225 Clavi Bass ClavBass 278 Orchestra Orchstr
172 Distortion Guitar 1 DistGtr 226 Hammer Hammer 279 Arco Strings ArcoStr
173 Distortion Guitar 2 DistGt2 227 Synth Bass (rubber) RubbBass 280 60's Strings 60'sStr
174 Distortion Guitar (with feedback) 1 FeedbkGt 228 Attack Pulse AtackPls 281 1970 Strings 70Str
175 Distortion Guitar (with feedback) 2 FeedbkG2 STRINGS & ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS 282 Solo Strings SoloStr
176 Distorted Rhythm Guitar DistRyth 229 The Violin TheVin 283 Choir Aahs 1 ChoirAah
177 5th Distortion 5thDist 230 Violin 1 Violin 284 Choir Aahs 2 ChoirAh2
178 Distortion Guitar Octave DistGtO 231 Violin 2 Violin2 285 Choir Aahs 3 ChoirAh3
179 Stereo Distorted Guitar StDistor 232 Violin (slow attack) SlViolin 286 Choir Aahs 4 ChoirAh4
180 Guitar Feedback GtrFedbk 233 Mono Violin MonoVin 287 Mellow Choir MelCho
181 Guitar Harmonics GtrHarmo 234 Octave Violin OctVin 288 Stereo Choir Aahs StChoir
BASS 235 Electric Violin EViolin 289 Strings & Choir StrChoir
182 Acoustic Bass 1 AcoBass 236 Violin & Viola Vin&Vio 290 Humming Humming
183 Acoustic Bass 2 AcoBass2 237 Two Violin TwoVin 291 Voice Oohs VoiceOoh
184 Acoustic Bass Detuned AcosBaDt 238 Soft Violin SoftVin 292 Analog Voice AnaVoice
185 Acoustic Bass Filter AcBasFil 239 Velocity Violin VelVioli 293 Synth Voice SynVoice
186 Jazz Style JazzSty 240 Viola 1 Viola 294 Choral Choral
187 A.Bass & Mute G.T. Bs&GtMu 241 Viola 2 Viola2 295 Bass Hit Plus BassHit
188 Resonant Bass ResBass 242 Viola 3 Viola3 296 Orchestra Hit 1 OrchHit
189 Velocity Crossfade Bass VelCBass 243 Dark Viola ViolaD 297 Orchestra Hit 2 OrchHi2
190 Wah Bass 1 WahBass1 244 Cello 1 Cello 298 Euro Hit EuroHit
191 Wah Bass 2 WahBass2 245 Cello 2 Cello2 299 6th Hit 6thHit
192 Electric Bass (finger) 1 FngrBass 246 Cello 3 Cello3 BRASS
193 Electric Bass (finger) 2 FngrBas2 247 Cello 4 Cello4 300 Trumpet 1 Trumpet
194 Electric Bass (finger) 3 FngrBas3 248 Celloen 16' Celloen 301 Trumpet 2 Trumpet2
195 Detuned Finger Bass DtFngrBa 249 Chamber Music Chamber 302 Trumpet 3 Trumpet3
196 Dark Finger Bass DarkFiBs 250 Contrabass 1 Contrabs 303 Dark Trumpet Soft DarkTrp
197 Finger Slap Bass FngrSlap 251 Contrabass 2 Contrbs2 304 Resonant Trumpet ResoTp
198 Resonant Finger Bass ResoFnBa 252 Tremolo Strings 1 TremStr 305 Sweet Trumpet SweetTp
199 Wah Finger Bass WahFnBs 253 Tremolo Strings 2 TremStr2 306 Wah Trumpet WahTp
200 Bass & Distorted Elec Guitar Ba&DtEG 254 Slow Tremolo Strings 1 SlwTrSt1 307 Trombone 1 Trombone
201 Electric Bass (pick) 1 PickBass 255 Slow Tremolo Strings 2 SlwTrSt2 308 Trombone 2 Trmbone2
202 Electric Bass (pick) 2 PickBas2 256 Pizzicato Strings 1 PizzStr 309 Bright Trombone BritBone
203 Mute Pick Bass MuPkBass 257 Pizzicato Strings 2 PizzStr2 310 Dark Trombone DarkTrom
204 Detuned Pick Bass DetPicBs 258 Octave Pizzicato OctoPizz 311 Strings & Trombone Str&Trb
205 Fretless Bass 1 Fretless 259 Orchestral Harp 1 Harp 312 Tuba 1 Tuba
206 Fretless Bass 2 Fretlss2 260 Orchestral Harp 2 Harp2 313 Tuba 2 Tuba2
207 1990 Bass 90Bass 261 Yang Chin YangChin 314 Tuba Solo TubaSolo
208 Fretless Bass & Sine Fret&Sin 262 Africa Africa 315 Soft Tuba SoftTuba
209 Fretless Bass Detuned 1 FretDet1 263 Timpani 1 Timpani 316 Muted Trumpet 1 MuteTrp1
210 Fretless Bass Detuned 2 FretDet2 264 Timpani 2 Timpani2 317 Muted Trumpet 2 MuteTrp2
211 Fretless Bass Detuned 3 FretDet3 ENSEMBLE 318 French Horn 1 FrHorn
212 Slap Bass 1 SlapBas1 265 The Strings TheStr 319 French Horn 2 (warm) FrHorn2
213 Slap Bass 2 SlapBas2 266 String Ensembles 1 Strings1 320 French Horn 3 FrHorn3
214 Slap Bass 3 SlapBas3 267 String Ensembles 2 Strings2 321 Stereo French Horn StFrHorn
215 Slap Bass 4 SlapBas4 268 Synth Strings 1 SynStrs1 322 Horn Orchestra 5thHornO

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Voice List

No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name
323 Brass Section 1 Brass 376 Dark Pan Flute DarPanFu 429 Pad 5 (bowed) 1 BowedPad
324 Brass Section 2 (octave mix) Brass2 377 Blown Bottle Bottle 430 Pad 5 (bowed) 2 BowdPad2
325 Brass Section 3 Brass3 378 Shakuhachi Shakhchi 431 Pad 6 (metallic) 1 MetalPad
326 Brass Section 4 Brass4 379 Whistle 1 Whistle 432 Pad 6 (metallic) 2 MetaPad2
327 Brass Section 5 Brass5 380 Whistle 2 Whistle2 433 Pan Pad PanPad
328 Brass Swell BrasSwel 381 Ocarina Ocarina 434 Pad 7 (halo) 1 HaloPad
329 Brass Band BrasBand SYNTH LEAD 435 Pad 7 (halo) 2 HaloPad2
330 Bright Brass Section BrBraSec 382 Lead 1 (square) SquareLd 436 Pad 8 (sweep) 1 SweepPad
331 Dark Brass DarkBras 383 Square Square 437 Pad 8 (sweep) 2 SweePad2
332 Mute Brass Ensemble MuteEns 384 Lead 1b (sine) SineLead 438 Dipolar Pad DipolPad
333 Sforzato Brass SfrzBras 385 Slow Square Lead SlwSquLd 439 Rising Rising
334 Brass & Strings Bras&Str 386 Sine Solo SineSolo 440 Congregate Congrega
335 Synth Brass 1 SynBras1 387 Square Lead 1 SquarLd1 SYNTH SFX
336 Synth Brass 2 SynBras2 388 Lead 1a (square 2) SquarLd2 441 FX 1 (rain) FXRain
337 Synth Brass 3 SynBras3 389 Thick Square ThickSqu 442 FX 2 (soundtrack) Soundtrk
338 Synth Brass 4 SynBras4 390 Corrie Corrie 443 Progenitor Progenit
339 Analog Synth Brass 1 AnaBras1 391 Quint Quint 444 FX 3a (synth mallet) SynMalet
340 Analog Synth Brass 2 AnaBras2 392 2 Oscillators Lead 2OscLd 445 FX 3 (crystal) Crystal
341 Jump Brass JumpBras 393 Lead 2a (sawtooth 2) SawLead2 446 FX 4 (atmosphere) Atmosphr
342 Octave Synth Brass SynBraOc 394 Lead 2d (sequenced analog) SquAnaLd 447 Warm Air WarmAir
343 Synth Brass & Strings 1 SyBr&St1 395 Wavy Sawtooth WavySaw 448 FX 5 (brightness) Bright
344 Synth Brass & Strings 2 SyBr&St2 396 Lead 2 (sawtooth) SawLead1 449 Smog Smog
345 Echo Brass EchoBr 397 Lead 2b (saw + pulse) SawPlsLd 450 FX 6 (goblins) Goblins
REED 398 Super Analog SuperAna 451 Choir Bell ChoirBel
346 Soprano Sax 1 SprnoSax 399 Big Lead BigLead 452 FX 7 (echoes) 1 Echoes
347 Soprano Sax 2 SprnSax2 400 Lead 2c (double sawtooth) DubSawLd 453 FX 7 (echoes) 2 Echoes2
348 Soprano Sax Soft SopSaxSf 401 Bauble Lead BaubleLd 454 FX 7a (echo bell) 1 EchoBell
349 Slow Soprano Sax SlSopSax 402 PWM 4th PWM4th 455 FX 7a (echo bell) 2 EchoBel2
350 Sweet Soprano Sax SweSpSax 403 Lead 3 (calliope) CaliopLd 456 FX 7b (echo pan) EchoPan
351 Alto Sax AltoSax 404 Lead 4 (chiff) ChiffLd 457 FX 8 (sci-fi) Sci-Fi
352 Soft Alto Sax SoftAlto 405 Lead 5 (charang) CharanLd ETHNIC MISC.
353 Super Alto Sax SuprAlto 406 Lead 5a (wire lead) WireLead 458 Sitar 1 Sitar
354 Sax Band SaxBand 407 Lead 6 (voice) VoiceLd 459 Sitar 2 (bend) Sitar2
355 Tenor Sax 1 TenorSax 408 Lead 7 (fifths) FifthsLd 460 Banjo Banjo
356 Tenor Sax 2 TenoSax2 409 Fifths Lead Soft FiftLdSf 461 Shamisen Shamisen
357 Baritone Sax BariSax 410 Fifth Lead FifLead 462 Koto Koto
358 Soft Baritone Sax SoftBari 411 Lead 8 (bass + lead) BassLead 463 Taisho Koto TaishoKt
359 Sweet Oboe SwetOboe 412 Massiness Massin 464 Kalimba Kalimba
360 Oboe 1 Oboe 413 Lead 8a (soft wrl) SftWrlLd 465 Bag Pipe Bagpipe
361 Oboe 2 Oboe2 SYNTH PAD 466 Fiddle Fiddle
362 English Horn 1 EngHorn 414 Pad 1 (new age) NewAgePd 467 Shana Shanai
363 English Horn 2 EngHorn2 415 Slow Square SlowSqu PERCUSSIVE
I
364 Analog Horns AnaHorns 416 New Year Pad NewYrPd 468 Tinkle Bell TnklBell
365 Woodwinds Woodwind 417 Pad 2 (warm) WarmPad 469 Agogo Agogo
366 Bassoon 1 Bassoon 418 PWM Pad PWMPad 470 Steel Drums SteelDrm
367 Bassoon 2 Basson2 419 Pad 2a (sine pad) SinePad 471 Woodblock WoodBlok
368 Clarinet 1 Clarinet 420 Warmly Pad WarmlyPd 472 Castanets Castanet
369 Clarinet 2 Clarine2 421 Horn Pad HornPad 473 Taiko Drum TaikoDum
PIPE 422 Pad 3 (polysynth) 1 PolySyPd 474 Concert Bass Drum ConBasDm
370 Piccolo Piccolo 423 Pad 3 (polysynth) 2 PolySyP2 475 Melodic Tom 1 MelodTom
371 Flute Flute 424 Click Pad ClickPd 476 Melodic Tom 2 (power) MeldTom2
372 Sweet Flute SweeFlut 425 Analog Pad AnaloPad 477 Synth Drum SynDrum
373 Recorder Recorder 426 Poly Pad PolyPad 478 Rhythm Box Tom RhythBox
374 Sweet Pan Flute SwPanFu 427 Pad 4 (choir) ChoirPad 479 Electric Drum ElecDrum
375 Pan Flute PanFlute 428 Pad 4a (itopia) ItopiaPd 480 Reverse Cymbal RevCymbl

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Voice List

No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name


SFX 534 E.Piano 2 & Strings Ep2&Str
481 Guitar Fret Noise FretNoiz 535 Harpsichord & Stereo Strings Harps&St
482 Guitar Cutting Noise GtCtNoiz 536 Music Box & Stereo Strings Mxb&Str
483 Acoustic Bass String Slap BsStSlap 537 Vibraphone & Stereo Strings Vib&Str
484 Breath Noise BrthNoiz 538 Vibraphone Octave VibOct
485 Flute Key Click FlKeyClk 539 Vibraphone & Marimba & Kalimba VibMK
486 Seashore Seashore 540 Marimba & Kalimba Mar&Kal
487 Rain Rain 541 Marimba Delay MarDel
488 Thunder Thunder 542 Xylophone Octave XylopOct
489 Wind Wind 543 Organ & Stereo Strings Org&Str
490 Stream Stream 544 Stereo Organ & Piano StOr&Pno
491 Bubble Bubble 545 Rock Organ & Strings RoOr&Str
492 Bird Tweet 1 Tweet 546 Church Organ & Choir ChuOr&Ch
493 Dog Dog 547 Church Organ & Strings ChuOr&St
494 Horse Gallop HouseGlp 548 Acoustic Guitar & Flute Gt&Fl
495 Bird Tweet 2 Tweet2 549 Acoustic Guitar & Clav Gt&Cl
496 Sheep Sheep 550 24 String Guitar 24Gt
497 Telephone Ring 1 Telphone 551 Steel Guitar & Warm Pad StGt&Pad
498 Telephone Ring 2 Telphon2 552 Stereo Strings & Horn StStr&Hn
499 Door Creaking DoorCrek 553 Orchestra Orchest
500 Door Door 554 Full Strings 1 FullStr1
501 Scratch Scratch 555 Full Strings 2 FullStr2
502 Wind Chime WindChim 556 Symphonic Symphon
503 Helicopter Helicptr 557 Stereo Choir & Strings StCh&Str
504 Car Engine CarEngin 558 Stereo Choir & Steel Guitar Ch&Gt
505 Car Stop CarStop 559 3 Trumpet Loose 3Trump
506 Car Pass CarPass 560 Trombone & Stereo Strings Tb&StStr
507 Car Crash CarCrash 561 3 Trombones Loose 3Tromb
508 Siren Siren 562 3 Muted Trumpets Loose 3MuTrumb
509 Train Train 563 Club Brass ClubBras
510 Jetplane Jetplane 564 Brass & Woodwinds Br&Wood
511 Starship Starship 565 Woodwinds & Strings Wind&Str
512 Burst Noise BurtNois 566 Section Woods Small WoodSma
513 Applause Applause 567 Pan Flute & Strings Pad PanFu&St
514 Laughing Laughing 568 Koto & Shamisen Koto&Sh
515 Screaming Scream

516 Punch Punch 569 Kanoun Kanoun


517 Heart Beat HeartBet 570 Aoud Aoud
518 Footsteps Footstep 571 Bouzouk Bouzouk
519 Gunshot Gunshot 572 Nay Nay

520 Machine Gun MachnGun 573 Mizmar Mizmar

521 Lasergun Lasergun DRUM SET


522 Explosion Explosio 574 Standard Set StandSet
COMBINED VOICE 575 Room Set RoomSet
523 Stereo Piano & Strings Pad StPn&Str 576 Power Set PowerSet
524 Stereo Piano & Choir StPn&Cho 577 Electronic Set ElectSet
525 Stereo Piano & Synth Strings StPn&Syn 578 Analog Set AnalgSet
526 Stereo Piano & Warm Pad StPn&Pad 579 Jazz Set JazzSet
527 Stereo Piano & Soft Ep StPn&Ep 580 Brush Set BrushSet
528 FM Electric Piano FMEp 581 Orchestra Set OrcheSet
529 Digital Piano DigiPn 582 SFX Set SFXSet
530 E.Piano & Strings EP&Str 583 Arabic Set ArabiSet
531 E.Piano & Ac Guitar EP&Gt
532 E.Piano & Vibraphone Ep&Vib
533 E.Piano 2 & Pad Ep&Pad

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Style List
No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name
8 BEAT 53 Soft Beat SoftBeat DANCE
1 8Beat Piano 8BtPiano 54 60's Pop 60'sPop 105 Techno 1 Techno1
2 8Beat 1 8Beat1 55 Sting Latin StigLatn 106 Hip Hop 1 HipHop1
3 8Beat Shuffle 8BtShufl BALLAD 107 Dream Dance DrmDance
4 Guitar Pop 1 GtPop1 56 R&B Ballad 1 R&BBad1 108 House House
5 8Beat Hip Hop 8BtHiHop 57 Guitar Ballad GtBallad 109 Pop Dance 2 PopDanc2
6 8Beat R&B 8BeatR&B 58 Ballad Rcok BalladRk 110 Down Beat DownBeat
7 8Beat Pop 8BtPop 59 Piano Pop PianoPop 111 Techno 2 Techno2
8 Pop Funk 1 PopFunk1 60 Soft Ballad SoftBald 112 Progressive Progress
9 Rhythm & Beat 1 Rhy&Bt1 61 Natural Ballad NatuBld 113 Rap 1 Rap1
10 8Beat Disco 1 8BtDisc1 62 Love Ballad LoveBld 114 Rap 2 Rap2
11 8Beat Rock 8BtRock 63 Easy Ballad EasyBld 115 Disco Disco
12 Guitar Pop 2 GtPop2 64 Miami Ballad MiamiBld 116 Soft Disco SoftDisc
13 8Beat 2 8Beat2 65 Slow Ballad SlowBald 117 Disco Party DscParty
14 Sweet Beat SweetBt 66 Folk Ballad FolkBld 118 70's Disco 70'sDisc
15 8Beat Dance 8BtDance 67 Pop Ballad 1 PopBld1 119 70's Disco Funk 70'sFunk
16 8Beat Disco 2 8BtDisc2 68 Pop Ballad 2 PopBld2 120 Club Dance ClubDanc
17 Pop Funk 2 PopFunk2 69 EP Ballad EPBallad 121 Euro Dance EuroDanc
18 8Beat 3 8Beat3 70 New R&B Ballad NewRBBld 122 Hip Hop 2 HipHop2
19 60's 8Beat 60's8Bt ROCK 123 Garage Garage
20 Rhythm & Beat 2 Rhy&Bt2 71 Rock Rock SOUL & FUNK
16 BEAT 72 New Wave NewWave 124 Funk 1 Funk1
21 16Beat 1 16Beat1 73 Ska Ska 125 Classic Funk ClasFunk
22 16Beat Funk 1 16BtFuk1 74 Pop Rock 2 PopRock2 126 Jay R&B JayR&B
23 16Beat Ballad 1 16BtBld1 75 Slow Rock SlowRock 127 Gospel Swing GopSwing
24 16Beat R&B 16BtR&B 76 70's Rock & Roll 70'sRock 128 Gospel Gospel
25 Pop 16Beat 1 Pop16Bt1 77 Folk Rock FolkRock 129 Funk 2 Funk2
26 16Beat Funk 2 16BtFuk2 78 Soft Rock SoftRock 130 Electric Funk ElecFunk
27 16Beat Dance 16BDanc 79 Old Rock OldRock 131 Groove Funk GrooveFk
28 Pop 16Beat 2 Pop16Bt2 80 Easy Rock EasyRock 132 Rubber Funk RubberFk
29 16Beat 2 16Beat2 81 New Shuffle NewShufl 133 Cool Funky ColFunky
30 Pop 16Beat 3 Pop16Bt3 82 Rock Hip Hop RkHipHop 134 Jazz Funk JazzFunk
31 Pop 16Beat 4 Pop16Bt4 83 Rock&Roll 1 R'N'R1 135 Groove Groove
32 Modern 16Beat Modrn16B 84 Rock Shuffle RockShfl 136 Soul Soul
33 16Beat Hot 16BtHot 85 Rock & Roll 2 R'N'R2 137 Hip Hop Soul HipHopSl
34 16Beat Modern 16BModr BALLROOM 138 Hip Hop Beat HipHopBt
35 16Beat Funk 3 16BtFuk3 86 Tango 1 Tango1 139 R&B R&B
36 16Beat 3 16Beat3 87 Spain Matador Matador 140 Soul Beat SoulBeat
37 Cool Beat CoolBeat 88 Twist 1 Twist1 141 R&B Ballad 2 R&BBld2
38 16Beat Ballad 2 16BtBld2 89 Twist 2 Twist2 142 British Soul Pop BritSoul
39 16Beat 4 16Beat4 90 Big Band Fox BandFox SWING&JAZZ
40 Pop Shuffle PopShufl 91 Tango 2 Tango2 143 Latin Jazz 1 LatinJz1
POP 92 Slow Fox SlowFox 144 Big Band BigBand
41 Pop Rock 1 PopRock1 93 Slow Waltz 1 SlowWlz1 145 Dixieland 1 Dixland1
42 Pop Dance 1 PopDanc1 94 Swing Fox SwingFox 146 Guitar Swing 1 GtSwing1
43 Pop Fusion PopFusn 95 Salsa 1 Salsa1 147 Broadway Big Band BwayBand
44 Analog Night 1 AnalgNt1 96 Cha Cha 1 ChaCha1 148 Swing Swing
45 6/8 Pop 6/8Pop 97 Cha Cha 2 ChaCha2 149 Latin Jazz 2 LatinJz2
46 Brit. Pop 1 BritPop1 98 Beguine 1 Beguine1 150 Fusion Fusion
47 Brit. Pop 2 BritPop2 99 Beguine 2 Beguine2 151 Acid Jazz AcidJazz
48 Pop Hit PopHit 100 Rumba 1 Rumba1 152 Cool Jazz Ballad CoolJzBd
49 Fusion Shuffle FusShufl 101 Samba 1 Samba1 153 Swing Shuffle SwingSfl
50 Analog Night 2 AnalgNt2 102 Samba 2 Samba2 154 Big Band Medium BandMid
51 Guitar Pop 3 GtPop3 103 Jive Jive 155 Dixieland 2 Dixland2
52 Pop Beat PopBeat 104 Fox Trot FoxTrot 156 Acoustic Jazz AcoustJz

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Style List

No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name


157 Guitar Swing 2 GtSwing2 208 Musette Musette
158 Ragtime Ragtime 209 French Musette FMusette
159 Modern Jazz Ballad MdJzBald 210 Mazurke Mazurke
160 Swing Ballad SwingBal WORLD
161 Orchestra Swing OrhSwing 211 Enka Ballad EnkaBald
COUNTRY 212 Laendler Laendler
162 Country Pop 1 CntyPop1 213 Hawaiian Hawaiian
163 Bluegrass 1 Bluegrs1 214 Sirtake Sirtake
164 Country 8Beat Ct8Beat 215 Dangdut Dangdut
165 Modern Country ModernCt 216 6/8 Flipper 6/8Flipp
166 Country Pop 2 CntyPop2 217 New Age NewAge
167 Bluegrass 2 Bluegrs2 218 Tarantella Tarantel
168 2/4 Country 2/4Cntry 219 Scottish Scottish
169 Country Quick Steps QuickStp 220 Norteno Norteno
170 Country Folk CntyFolk ARAB
171 Country Shuffle CnyShufl 221 Zarb 6/8 Zarb 6/8
LATIN & LATIN DANCE 222 Zarb Tempo ZarbTemp
172 Samba 3 Samba3 223 Bandary Bandary
173 Bossa Nova BosaNov 224 Zarb Daf Zarb Daf
174 Latin Latin 225 Pop 2/4 Pop 2/4
175 New Reggae NewRegga 226 Saidi IR Saidi IR
176 Dance Reggae DanRegga 227 Cifte Cifte
177 Pasodoble Pasodobl 228 Baladi Baladi
178 Lite Bossa LteBossa 229 Masmoudi Masmoudi
179 Latin Rock LatinRck 230 Wehda Wehda
180 Beguine 3 Beguine3
181 Slow Bolero SlBolero
182 Disco Samba DscSamba
183 Mambo Mambo
184 Meneito Meneito
185 Rumba 2 Rumba2
186 Rumba 3 Rumba3
187 Tikitikita Tikitkta
188 Lambada Lambada
189 Pop Cha Cha 1 PChaCha1
190 Pop Cha Cha 2 PChaCha2
191 Salsa 2 Salsa2
WALTZ & TRADITIONAL
192 Waltz Waltz
193 Old Waltz OldWaltz
194 English Waltz EngWaltz
195 German Waltz GemWaltz
196 Italian Mazurka ItaMazuk
197 Mexico Waltz MexWaltz
198 ViennaWaltz VinaWtz
199 Slow Waltz 2 SlwWltz2
200 Jazz Waltz JzWaltz
201 Polka Polka
202 6/8 March 6/8March
203 German Polka GerPolka
204 Party Polka PtyPolka
205 Army March ArmMarch
206 March March
207 US March USMarch

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Song List
No. Name LCD Name No. Name LCD Name
FOLK & COUNTRY 52 Carmen-Prelude Carmen2
1 Red River Valley RedRiver 53 L'Arlesienne L'Arlesi
2 Troika Troika 54 Uungarische Tanz Uungaris
3 Susanna Susanna 55 Mazurka Mazurka
4 Wave of Danube Danube 56 Pizzicato Polka Polka
5 Long Long Ago LongAgo 57 Menuett Menuett
6 Country Country 58 Rigoletto Rigolett
7 Bridge Bridge 59 Serenade Serenade
8 In The Rain Rain 60 Song Without Words SongNoWd
9 Killing Me Softly With His Song Sft Song 61 Swan Swan
10 Santa Lucia SantaLuc 62 Prelude To Act 2 (Swan Lake) SwanLak1
11 Jambalaya Jambalay 63 Valse (Swan lake) SwanLak2
12 Ding! Dong! Merrily On High DingDong 64 The Happy Farmer HpFarmer
13 Battle Hymne Of The Republic Battle 65 The Sleeping Beauty SleepBty
14 The Old Gray Mare GrayMare 66 La Traviata LaTravia
15 American Patrol USPatrol 67 Wiegenlied Wiegenli
16 Christmas Is Coming IsComing 68 Mov.2 Adagio Non Troppo Sonata9
17 Sippin`Cider Through A Straw SCTStraw Piano Sonata No.9 In D
18 Christmas Sound Sound 69 Mov.1 Andante Grazioso Piano Sonata Sonata11
GOLDEN & POP No.11 In A [Alla TurSonata11ca]
19 On London Bridge LdBridge 70 Prelude In C Prelude
20 Are You Lonesome Tonight Lonesome 71 Chinese Dance ChDance
21 Only You OnlyYou 72 Emperors Waltz EmprWalz
22 End Of The World EndWorld 73 March Militaire MilMar1
23 House Of Rising Sun HouseSun 74 Symphony No.40 Symphony
24 Solveig's Song Solveig JAZZ & FUSION
25 The Blue-Bells Of Scotland BlueBell 75 ShanZhaShu ShanZhaS
26 Over The Rainbow Rainbow 76 You Are My Sunshine MySun
27 Beautiful Dreamer Dreamer 77 June Samba JunSamba
28 It`S Been A Long Long Time LongTime 78 Funk Funk
29 Edelweiss Edelweis 79 I Can...... I Can...
30 O Sole Mio OSoleMio 80 Sea Shore SeaShore
31 Der Deitcher`s Dog DerDDog 81 Guitar&Saxphone Gt&Sax
32 Joy to The World JoyWorld 82 The Hip Hop`s Night HipHopNt
33 Silent Night SltNight 83 Blue Lunch BluLunch
34 Ave Maria AveMaria 84 Cobweb Cobweb
35 Five Hundred Miles FHMiles 85 Wine Wine
36 Happy New Year HappyNY 86 Jazz Old Man JzOldMan
37 It`s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas LikeXmas 87 Dark Eyes DarkEyes
38 Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair LighHair 88 Carlos Carlos
39 My Bonnie MyBonnie 89 Sad Sad
40 Song Of The Pearlfisher SongOfTP 90 The Jazz TheJazz
41 Summer Palace SummerPa PIANO
42 Go Tell It On The Mountain GoTellIt 91 Fur Elise FurElise
43 Entertainer Entertai 92 Military March MMarch
44 Annie Laurie AnnieLau 93 Habanera Habanera
45 Rumba Romance Romance 94 Minuet Minuet
46 El Bimbo ElBimbo 95 Austria Variation AVariati
47 Last Rose Of Summer LastRose 96 Old Macdonald Had A Farm OldAFarm
48 The Old King Cole OldKingC 97 Wedding March Wedding
CLASSICAL 98 2-Part Invention #13 In A Minor.B.W. Iii Invntion
49 Pianosonatan 08 IN Cm IN Pathetique Piano08 99 Minuet In G MinuetG
50 Brahms Waltz BrmsWalz 100 Turkish March TurkishM
51 Aida Aida 101 Hey Diddle Diddle HeDiddle

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Song List

No. Name
102 Italian Polka
LCD Name
ItaPolka Demo List
103 Moseta Dance MosetaDn
104 Bulie Dance BulieDn No. Name LCD Name
Fantasia Fantasia Funk Funk
105
Ballad Ballad
106 Wild Rose WildRose
Dream of freedom Dream
107 Away In A Manger AwayInAM
Jazz Jazz
108 Jack & Jill JackJill
Fusion Fusion
109 Angles We Have Heard On High Angles
110 Waltz Waltz
111 Did You Ever See A Lassie Lassie
112 Chopsticks Chopstik
113 Four Little Swans FLSwans
114 Old France OldFranc
115 Jesus Saviour Pilot Me PilotMe
116 Eclogue Eclogue
117 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town SantaCT
118 Brave Cavalier Cavalier
119 America The Beautiful USFair
120 Music Box Dancer Dancer

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Chord List

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