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Yamaha TyrosYamaha Tyros 3 61 Key Arranger Workstation Keyboard
Featuring the highest quality synthesizer keyboard Yamaha has ever made, the easy-to-use packed TYROS3 is the most expressive and musical keyboard in its class. By combining Super Articulation 2 technology and state of the art digital features you get stunning sound quality and musical versatility.

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Brand: Yamaha
Part Numbers: KIT-TYROS 3, TYROS 3, TYROS3, Tyros3
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The illustrations and LCD screens as shown in this owners manual are for instructional purposes only, and may appear somewhat different from those on your instrument.
Note that all display examples shown in this manual are in English.

Panel logos

GM System Level 1
GM System Level 1 is a standard specication that denes the arrangement of voices in a tone generator and its MIDI functionality, ensuring that data can be played back with substantially the same sounds on any GM-compatible tone generator, regardless of its manufacturer or model. Tone generators and song data that meet the GM System Level 1 bear this GM logo.

GM System Level 2

GM System Level 2 is a standard specication that enhances the original GM System Level 1 and improves song data compatibility. It provides for increased polyphony, greater voice selection, expanded voice parameters, and integrated effect processing. Tone generators and song data that meet the GM System Level 2 specications bear this GM2 logo.
XG is a tone generator format that expands the voice arrangement of the GM System Level 1 specication to meet the ever-increasing demands of todays computer peripheral environment, providing richer expressive power while maintaining upward compatibility of data. XG greatly expands GM System Level 1 by dening the ways in which voices are expanded or edited and the structure and type of effects. When commercially available song data bearing the XG logo is played back on a tone generator which bears the XG logo, you will enjoy a full musical experience that includes unlimited expansion voices and effect functions.
The Yamaha XF format enhances the SMF (Standard MIDI File) standard with greater functionality and open-ended expandability for the future. The TYROS is capable of displaying lyrics when an XF le containing lyric data is played.

Vocal Harmony

Vocal Harmony employs state-of-the-art digital signal processing technology to automatically add appropriate vocal harmony or harmonies to a lead vocal line sung by the user. Vocal Harmony can even change the character and gender of the lead voice as well as the added voices to produce a wide range of vocal harmony effects.
The DOC voice allocation format provides data playback compatibility with a wide range of Yamaha instruments and MIDI devices, including the Clavinova series.

Glossary.... page 166

Important words and technical terms not fully explained in the manual are covered here.

Data List (separate)

This contains various important lists such as the Direct Access Chart, Chord Fingering Chart for Style plyback, Voice List, Style List, Effect Type List, MIDI Data Format, MIDI Implementation Chart.
Installation Guide (separate)
Included with the TYROS are various software programs (on the CD-ROM) that let you use your computer with the TYROS for recording, data storage, and more. Refer to this guide for instructions on installing the included software.

Contents

Handling the Floppy Disk Drive(FDD) and Floppy Disk. 6 Congratulations!.. 7 Packing List... 7 Panel logos... 8 How to use the manual... 9 Contents... 10 Application Index... 12 Panel Controls and Terminals.. 16 Top Panel & Connections.. 16 Rear Panel & Connections.. 18 Song Playback...43 Playback of Song Disks..43 Using Song Position Markers.44 Adjusting the Volume Balance between the Song and the Keyboard..45 Turning Song Parts On/Off..45 Singing with a Connected Microphone..46 Connecting a microphone..46 Singing Along with Lyrics..46 Applying harmony to your voice..47 Keyboard and Vocal Practice using the Guide function..48 Selecting a Guide menu..48 Keyboard Practice using Follow Lights.49 Vocal Practice using Vocal Cue Time.50 Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups Registration Memory...51 Saving your Panel Setups to a Registration Memory...51 Saving your Registration Memory to the User drive.52 Recalling a Registration Memory Setup..53 Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs Song Recording.54 Quick Recording...54 Multi Recording...56 Connecting to a Computer..58 Initial Setup...58 Using the Voice Editor..59 Using the File Utility...59

Starting Up

Power Supply... 20 Optional Speaker... 20 Music Rest... 21 Turning the Power On/Off.. 22 Raising and Closing the Display Panel.. 23

Quick Guide

Turning the Power On and Playing the Demos.. 24 Turning the Power On and Viewing the Main Display. 24 Playing the Demos.. 24 Playing Voices... 26 Selecting a Voice (RIGHT1) and playing the keyboard.. 26 Playing Two or Three Voices Simultaneously. 27 Playing Different Voices with the Left and Right Hands.. 28 Adjusting the Octave Setting.. 28 Organ Flutes.. 29 Collecting your favorite voices to the User drive or floppy disk.. 30 Selecting and Playing a Style Auto Accompaniment (ACMP).. 32 Playing a melody with your right hand and playing chords with your left hand. 32 Pattern Variation (Sections).. 34 One Touch Setting.. 36 Adjusting the Volume Balance between the Style and the Keyboard.. 36 Turning Style Parts On/Off and Changing Voices.. 37 Playing Styles from Floppy Disks.. 37 The Multi Pads... 38 Playing the Multi Pads.. 38 Using Chord Match.. 38 Voice Effects... 39 Applying Harmony to Your Right-hand Melody. 39 Calling Up Ideal Setups for Your Music Music Finder... 40 Selecting the desired music genre from the Record List... 40 Searching the Ideal Setups by Keyword. 41 Creating a Set of Favorite Records.. 42

UPPER UPPER OCTAVE

MEMORY

DISK IN USE

TION MEMORY

PART ON/ OFF
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and Related Buttons/Controls
LCD contrast LCD (A-J) buttons LCD (1-8) up/down buttons DIRECT ACCESS button EXIT button DATA ENTRY dial ENTER button

Floppy Disk Drive

Page 6

Page 23, 60

The TYROS also features a built-in disk drive that lets you save all your important original data to oppy disk for future recall. The TYROS is compatible with a wide variety of disk formats, allowing you to playback song data on commercially available XG, GM , DOC, and Disklavier Piano Soft disks.

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DEMO button.. Page 24 HELP button... Page 61 FUNCTION button.. Page 150 SOUND CREATOR button.. Pages 29, 83, 85 DIGITAL RECORDING button. Pages 94, 116, 124 PROGRAMMABLE MUSIC FINDER button... Pages 40, 126 buttons.. Pages 36, 110
@5 PROGRAMMABLE ONE TOUCH SETTING

@6 @7 @8 @9 #0 #1 #2 #3

VOICE buttons.. Pages 26, 79 PART SELECT buttons.. Pages 26, 78 PART ON/OFF buttons.. Pages 26, 78 VOICE EFFECT buttons.. Pages 39, 81 UPPER OCTAVE buttons.. Page 28 GUIDE button... Page 48 PITCH BEND wheel... Page 82 MODULATION wheel.. Page 82
I Rear Panel & Connections
Since the TYROS has no built-in speakers, you need to monitor its sound output via external audio equipment. Alternatively, you could use a pair of headphones.
Make sure that the POWER switch is in the OFF (extended) position before making any connections. If you make connections while the POWER switch is on, you risk damaging external equipment such as the amp or speakers.
For installing an optional set of speakers.
For installing the included music rest.

See page 20.

See page 21.

Air vent

Do not place objects on the instrument's air vent, since this may prevent adequate ventilation of the internal components, and possibly result in the instrument overheating.

NTSC / PAL

The TYROS default setting for the external television/video monitor signal is PAL. Depending on your particular locale, the standard may be different and the setting should be changed accordingly. (For example, NTSC is generally used in North America.) Check the standard used by your television or video monitor, and if it is not PAL, change the setting in the VIDEO OUT display to NTSC (page 151).

When re-recording an already recorded song:
You can change channel/part assignments from the defaults above before actually recording. More specically, even after entering the Record mode (step #2 below) via Quick Recording, you can still manually enable recording channels and set channel/part assignments via Multi Recording.

Multi Recording

While holding the [REC] button, select the channel to be recorded and assign the part to the selected channel on the pop-up window that appears at the bottom of the LCD display.
Here, set channel 1 to REC.
Assign the part to the channel set to REC.

REW FF

While holding the [REC] button. Set the desired channel to REC.
* Select the channel to be recorded and assign the part to the selected channel.
Make the desired panel settings for your keyboard performance. (Refer to the list of possible settings in step #3 of Quick Recording above.) Start recording.
Recording is started in the same way as in Quick Recording.
When recording without style playback, using the Metronome function (page 156) can make your recording sessions much more efcient.
Press the [REC] button to stop recording.
Listen to your newly recorded performance.
Press the [TOP] button so that the song playback position returns back to the top, then press the SONG CONTROL [START/STOP] button.
If desired, record another channel.
Repeat steps #2 - #6 above.
Call up the USER or FD page of the Song selection (Open/Save) display and execute the save. For details, see step #8 on page 55.
The recorded song will be lost if you change another song or you turn the power off without executing the save operation in step #8. Make sure to execute the save operation in step #8.
I Re-recording or editing the already-recorded song..
Here in the Quick Guide, youve learned how to create a new song by recording. The following features of the Song Creator function allow you to re-record or edit the alreadyrecorded song.
G Re-recording a specific section of the already-recorded song (Punch In/Out).. Page 94 G Editing the recorded data for each channel Quantizing, or aligning the timing... Page 96 Deleting the data of the specified channel... Page 96 Mixing (Merging) the data of the specified two channels.. Page 97 Transposing the recorded note data of each channel.. Page 97 Initial settings such as voice, volume, tempo and so on.. Page 97 G Editing the chord data by using the Event List... Page 98 G Editing the channel data by using the Event List... Page 100 G Editing the System Exclusive message data by using the Event List.. Page 106 G Editing the lyric data by using the Event List... Page 106

Connecting to a Computer

By connecting a computer, you can transfer data between the TYROS and the computer via MIDI, and use the computer to control, edit and organize data on the TYROS. For example, you can use the included Voice Editor program to edit the TYROS custom voices. There is also a special File Utility program that lets you use your computer to manage les in the USER/FD/HD (optional) drive. TYROS

Using the Voice Editor

You can expand the sonic palette of the TYROS by creating your own original voices using the Voice Editor (included on the CD-ROM). The voices you create can be saved to the PRESET drive on the TYROS as Custom Voices, and can be called up any time by pressing the [CUSTOM VOICE] button.
Turn the computers power on, then turn the TYROS power on. Start Voice Editor on the computer. Edit the voice parameters on the computer to create your original voice.
For details, refer to the Voice Editor documentation on the CD-ROM.
When youve nished editing transfer the edited voice from the computer to the TYROS.

Voice Editor

After editing, transfer the data.
Exit the Voice Editor. Press the [CUSTOM VOICE] button and play your custom voice.

Using the File Utility

Turn the computers power on, then turn the TYROS power on. Start File Utility on the computer. Manage les/folders in the USER/FD/HD (optional) drive of the TYROS using File Utility.
For details, refer to the File Utility documentation on the CD-ROM.

Display-based Controls

As youve seen in Quick Guide above, the TYROS features an exceptionally large and easy-to-understand display. It provides comprehensive at-a-glance information on all current settings, and gives you convenient, intuitive control over the TYROS functions.

LCD buttons

B C D E G H I J

See page 62.

If a menu, function or other item appears in this section of the display, use the upper LCD [1] - [8] buttons.
If a menu, function or other item appears in this section of the display, use the lower LCD [1] - [8] buttons.
I LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) buttons...
The LCD [A] - [J] buttons are used to select the corresponding menu. In the Open/Save display (page 66) shown above, for example, the LCD [A] - [J] buttons can be used to select the corresponding respective voices. The LCD [1] - [8] buttons are divided into eight sets of upper/lower buttons, and are used to make selections or adjust settings (up or down correspondingly) for functions shown directly above them. In the Open/Save display (page 66) shown above, for example, the upper LCD [1] - [8] buttons can be used to select the menus [P1] - [VIEW] in the upper row, and the lower LCD [1] - [8] buttons can be used to select the menus [NAME] - [UP] in the lower row. Also in the above example, the upper LCD [4] - [6] buttons are inactive and have no effect, because there are no menu items in the display that correspond to these buttons.

If the song is playing back between SPJ-02 and the second SPJ-01, turning on [LOOP] will result in a playback loop between those points. If the song is playing back between the second SPJ-01 and SPJ-03 and [LOOP] is turned on, playback jumps back to SPJ-02 and loops between SPJ02 and the second SPJ-01 (Loop End Marker). If the [LOOP] button is turned on while the song is playing back between the top of the song and SPJ-02, playback will loop between SPJ-01 and SPJ-02.
In the examples above, the actual data of the Loop End Marker is identical to the event it was copied from only the location of the copied Marker provides it with this different function. In song playback, the markers formatted as SPJ-xxxxx (xxxxx: any character except 01 - 04 and any number of letters is OK) are handled as Loop End Markers. Since the Event List in the Song Creator function does not let you freely name Markers, the instructions above are recommended for creating new Markers. However, with sequence software on a computer, you can create new Markers and assign appropriate names to them. By naming Markers in this way, you can easily distinguish between Loop End Markers and Jump Markers in the Event List.
Song Playback Related Parameters
The TYROS has a variety of song playback functions which can be accessed by pressing [FUNCTION] SONG SETTING. Listen to (or practice along with) your favorite song repeatedly with Repeat Playback. Play back all of the songs in a particular folder repeatedly or at random for your listening pleasure. Play back all of the songs in all of the folders. Each of the SONG [I] - [VI] buttons has wealth of songs put them all together and youve got a lot of music you can play repeatedly or at random. If you want, you can interupt this automatic jukebox at any time and select a song for playback by using the [NEXT/ CANCEL] LCD button in the song selection (Open/Save) display. Simply enter the number of the song you want to hear next. and it will be put in the rotation. Here, the settings on the [FUNCTION] SONG SETTING display and the Open/Save display for songs are explained together with the points above.
Song Setting Basic Procedure
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
Press the [SONG SETTING]LCD button.
Set the desired parameters (next page).
Selects one of the Guide menus (page 48).
Sets the repeat playback method of the song.
Turns Quick Start on/off. Determines the MIDI channel of each parameter. Determines the language of the displayed lyrics.
Next/Cancel Basic Procedure
While a song is playing back, call up the Open/Save display for songs.
Press the desired song LCD button so that the NEXT mark appears inside the le box indicating that the selected song has been set to play next. You can cancel this setting by pressing the [NEXT/CANCEL] button and selecting another song.
The following parameters can be set in step #3 in Basic Procedure on page 92.

I Synchro Stop Window....
This determines how long you can hold a chord before the Synchro Stop function is automatically cancelled. When the [SYNC STOP] button is turned on and this is set to a value other than OFF, this automatically cancels the Synchro Stop function if you hold a chord for longer than the time set here. This conveniently resets style playback control to normal, letting you release the keys and still have the style play.

I Style Touch....

Turns touch response for the style playback on/off. When this is set to ON, the style volume changes in response to your playing strength in the chord section of the keyboard.

I Section Set....

Determines the default section that is automatically called up when selecting different styles (when style playback is stopped). When set to OFF and style playback is stopped, the active section is maintained even if the different style is selected. When any of the Main A-D sections is not included in the style data, the nearest section is automatically selected. For example, when Main D is not contained in the selected style, Main C will be called up.
Simultaneously Playing a Song and a Style When playing back a song and a style at the same time, channels 9 - 16 of the song data are replaced with style channels allowing you to use the styles and features in place of the accompaniment parts of the song. This provides added exibility to your performance, letting you independently control style playback and song playback.
The style stops when you stop the song. If the accompaniment style is playing and you start the song, the accompaniment automatically stops. Some of the songs have been created using the built-in styles. For these songs, the styles are automatically started when starting song playback.
Style Creator (Digital Recording)
The powerful Style Creator feature lets you create your own original styles, which can then be used for style playback just as with the preset styles.
Style Data Structure Creating Styles
Each style is made up of fteen sections (Intro I - III, Main A - D, Fill In A - D, Break, Ending I - III) as rhythm pattern variations. Each of these fteen sections in turn has eight different parts (channels), made up of MIDI sequence data making a total of 120 separate sets of MIDI data contained in a single style. With the Style Creator feature, you can create a style by separately recording the necessary MIDI data, or by importing pattern data from other existing styles.
Each style contains 120 MIDI data sequences (15 Sections x 8 Parts)

Part Section

RHYTHM 1 RHYTHM 2

CHORD 1

CHORD 2

PHRASE 1 PHRASE 2

INTRO I INTRO II INTRO III MAIN A MAIN B MAIN C MAIN D FILL IN A FILL IN B FILL IN C FILL IN D BREAK ENDING I ENDING II ENDING III

Ending A

Main B
11|1|000 : 11|4|479 12|1|000 : 12|4|479 13|1|000 : 14|4|479 15|1|000 : 16|4|479 17|1|000 : 18|4|479 19|1|000 : 19|4|479 20|1|000 : 21|4|479 22|1|000 : 23|4|479 24|1|000 : 25|4|479 26|1|000 : 26|4|479
Fill In BA 1 bar Fill In Pattern Fill In BB 1 bar Fill In Pattern Intro B
2 bars Intro Pattern (up to 255 bars) 2 bars Intro Pattern (up to 255 bars) 2 bars Main Pattern (up to 255 bars)

Ending B

Main C
Fill In CC 1 bar Fill In Pattern Intro C

Ending C

Main D
Fill In DD 1 bar Fill In Pattern

RPN & NRPN

Event RPN (Pitch Bend Sensitivity) RPN (Fine Tuning) RPN (Coarse Tuning) RPN (Null) NRPN (Vibrato Rate) NRPN (Vibrato Delay) NRPN (EG Decay Time) NRPN (Drum Filter Cutoff Frequency) NRPN (Drum Filter Resonance) NRPN (Drum EG Attack Time) NRPN (Drum EG Decay Time) NRPN (Drum Instrument Pitch Coarse) NRPN (Drum Instrument Pitch Fine) NRPN (Drum Instrument Level) NRPN (Drum Instrument Pan) NRPN (Drum Instrument Reverb Send Level) NRPN (Drum Instrument Chorus Send Level) NRPN (Drum Instrument Variation Send Level) Initial Setup OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK Source Pattern

System Exclusive

Event Sys/Ex GM on Sys/Ex XG on Sys Ex XG Parameter Change (Effect1) Sys Ex XG Parameter Change (Multi Part) DRY LEVEL Sys Ex XG Parameter Change (Drum Setup) PITCH COARSE PITCH FINE LEVEL PAN REVERB SEND CHORUS SEND VARIATION SEND FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY FILTER RESONANCE EG ATTACK EG DECAY1 EG DECAY2

Quick Guide on page 38

Basic information about how to play the Multi Pads is explained in the Quick Guide. This section covers how the Multi Pad data is managed on the Open/Save display and how to create (record) Multi Pad data.
Multi Pad Editing using the Open/Save display
Multi Pads are grouped in Banks or four each and handled as les from the Open/Save display.
You can call up the Open/Save display for Multi Pad Banks from the Main display by pressing the LCD [E] button.
Instructions for these operations are the same as in the other Open/Save displays (such as voices, songs, and styles).

Select a channel. The TYROS can receive MIDI messages over 32 channels (16 channels x 2 ports). The dots corresponding to each channel (1 - 16) ash briey whenever any data is received on the channel(s).
Turns reception of the specied data type of the selected channel on or off. Determines the part to which the received MIDI messages of the selected channel are assigned. With the exception of the two parts below, see page 134 for details about the parts. KEYBOARD The received note messages control the TYROS keyboard performance. EXTRA PART1 - 4 There are four parts specially reserved for receiving and playing MIDI data. Normally, these parts are not used by the instrument itself. The TYROS can be used as a 32channel multi-timbral tone generator by using these four parts in addition to the parts (except for the microphone sound) described on page 134.
I MIDI transmission/reception via the USB terminal and MIDI terminals.
The relationship between the MIDI terminals and the USB terminal which can be used for transmitting/ receiving 32 channels (16 channels x 2 ports) of the MIDI messages is as follows:

G MIDI reception

MIDI A IN terminal USB connector MIDI B IN terminal

G MIDI transmission

MIDI A OUT terminal USB connector MIDI B OUT terminal
Port handling USB1 Merge USB2 Merge

MIDI A01 - 16

MIDI B01 - 16
Setting the Chord Root for Style Playback via MIDI receive
The explanations here apply when you call up the ROOT page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 145. These settings let you determine the chord root for style playback, based on the note messages received via MIDI. The note on/off messages received at the channel(s) set to ON are recognized as the root notes in the chord section. The root notes will be detected regardless of the [ACMP] on/off and split point settings. When several channels are simultaneously set to ON, the root note is detected from merged MIDI data received over the channels.
Selects the channels in groups of eight. Sets all channels to OFF.
Sets the desired channel to ON or OFF.
Setting the Chord Type for Style Playback via MIDI receive
The explanations here apply when you call up the CHORD DETECT page in step #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 145. These settings let you determine the chord type for style playback, based on the note messages received via MIDI. The note on/off messages received at the channel(s) set to ON are recognized as the chord notes in the chord section. The chords to be detected depend on the ngering type. The chord types will be detected regardless of the [ACMP] on/off and split point settings. When several channels are simultaneously set to ON, the chord type is detected from merged MIDI data received over the channels. The operation procedure is basically the same as that of the ROOT display above.

Determines the part to which the function assigned to the foot controller in the row is applied. See page 152 for details about the functions which can be assigned to the footswitch or foot controller.
Disconnect the MIDI cable from the TYROS and the MFC10, and connect the MIDI OUT terminal of the MFC10 to the MIDI IN terminal of the TYROS according to the setting above by using the MIDI cable.
Transmitting note messages
Do not connect the MIDI IN terminal of the MFC10 to the MIDI OUT of the TYROS in this step.
Transmitting control change messages
Operate the MFC10 to conrm whether you can properly control the TYROS from the MFC10 as set in step #4. Go back to the MIDI template selection display and save the settings above to the User drive if necessary.
I Using a computer or another MIDI instrument instead of the MFC10..
The following two settings on the [FUNCTION] MIDI EDIT MFC10 display can be saved not to the MFC10 but to internal memory (ash ROM) in the TYROS as a MIDI template. Note number/TYROS function assignment pairs Control change number/TYROS parameter change assignment pairs If you are not using an MFC10, you can have note numbers and control change messages from any other appropriate MIDI device (such as a computer, sequencer or master keyboard) control the TYROS. Make sure to set the appropriate channel in this display for control by the external device.
Making Global and Other Important Settings Function
The Function menu called up by pressing the [FUNCTION] button gives you access to various advanced functions related to the instrument as a whole. These sophisticated functions let you customize the TYROS to your own musical needs and preferences.
Basic Procedure (Function)
Select the desired menu by pressing the corresponding LCD button.
Page 150 Page 92 Pages 108 and 112 Page 152 Pages 128 and 151 Page 154 Page 151 Page 145 Page 156
Some of the functions are explained in other sections of the manual, and are indicated by the page references above.
How to save the settings differs depending on the menu. For details, see the page of each menu and refer to the Parameter Chart in the separate Data List booklet.
Set the desired parameters on each display.

Tuning

Parameters set on the display called up by selecting MASTER TUNE/SCALE TUNE in step #2 of the Basic Procedure above are explained below.

The explanation about picture compatibility at left applies also to the background of the Song Lyric display.

I System Reset....

The explanations here apply to the [FUNCTION] UTILITY SYSTEM RESET display.
Factory Reset (factory programmed settings)
Press this to execute the Factory Reset operation for all items checkmarked below. Checkmark the box of the item to be reset to the factory programmed settings.
Custom Reset (your own custom settings)
These four settings allow you to program your own reset settings for each of the indicated categories. Press the appropriate LCD button to call up the Open/Save display for the corresponding category and select a le.
G Factory Reset Restoring the factory programmed settings This function lets you restore the status of the TYROS to the original factory settings. You can set whether or not each of the following six items is to be restored to its original factory settings before executing the operation.
Restores the System Setup parameters to the original factory settings. You can also restore only the System Setup settings by simultaneously holding down the highest key on the keyboard (C7) and turning on the power. Refer to the separate Data List booklet for details about which parameters belong to the System Setup. Restores the MIDI settings including the MIDI templates on the User drive to the original factory status. Restores the User Effect settings including the user effect types, user master EQ types, user compressor types, and user vocal harmony types created via the Mixing Console display to the original factory settings. Restores the Music Finder data (all records) to the original factory settings (page 127). Deletes all files and folders stored in the User drive. Deletes all Custom Voices (page 79) on the Preset drive.

SYSTEM SETUP

MIDI SETUP USER EFFECT MUSIC FINDER FILES & FOLDERS CUSTOM VOICE
G Custom Reset Recalling your own custom settings The four categories of settings below allow you to call up your own custom reset settings from les saved to the User of Disk drive.

MAIN.. 153

Multi Recording. 56 Music Finder. 40, 63, 126, 159 Music Rest. 7, 16, 21
Part Settings.. 135 Paste... 68 Path.. 72 PB.. 147 PC.. 147 PEDAL PUNCH IN/OUT. 95 PERCUSSION.. 153 Phrase Mark. 91, 93 PITCH BEND.. 153 Pitch Bend.. 142 Pitch Bend Range.. 135 PITCH BEND wheel.. 17, 77, 82 Poly.. 39, 81, 86 POLY/MONO.. 77 Poly/Mono.. 39, 81 PORTAMENTO.. 152 Portamento.. 81 Portamento Time. 86, 135 POWER ON/OFF. 22, 24, 75 PRESET. 75 Preset drive.. 31, 63, 64, 65 Program Change. 105, 142 PROGRAMMABLE MUSIC FINDER.. 17, 77 PROGRAMMABLE ONE TOUCH SETTING. 17, 77 Property.. 71 PUNCH IN AT.. 95 Punch In/Out.. 94 PUNCH OUT AT.. 95 PURE MAJOR.. 151 PURE MINOR.. 151 PYTHAGORIAN.. 151
REC END.. 95 REC MODE. 77 REC START. 95 RECEIVE.. 76 Receive Transpose.. 146 RECORD.. 77 Record (Muisc Finder). 40, 126 Recording.. 54 REGIST BANK. 76 REGISTRATION BANK. 76 REGISTRATION MEMORY. 16, 76 Registration Memory. 51, 128 Registration Memory Bank. 63 REGISTRATION MEMORY CONTENTS.. 76 Registration Sequence. 53, 128 Release.. 87 Repeat.. 93, 125 Repeat Folder.. 93 REPLACE.. 127 REPLACE ALL. 95 Resonance.. 87 Response.. 84 Reverb.. 136 REW (Rewind).. 75 RIGHT1. 26, 74, 153 RIGHT2. 27, 74, 153 RIGHT3.. 74, 153 rit.. 34 ROOT.. 76 ROOT FIXED.. 121 ROOT TRANS.. 121 Rotary Speaker Speed. 83 RTR.. 115, 122
Name.. 70 NATURAL MINOR.. 121 New Song.. 54, 56 NEXT.. 61 Next/Cancel.. 92 Noise Gate.. 133 Note... 105 Note Limit. 115, 122 Note name.. 78, 89 Note number.. 142 Note off. 142 Note on.. 142 Note Transposition.. 115 NTR.. 115, 121 NTT.. 115, 121
Octave.. 28, 86, 135 One Touch Setting. 36, 110 Open/Save display. 30, 66, 71 Organ Flutes. 29, 79, 83 Organ Type.. 83 OTS.. 110, 153 OTS LINK.. 75 OTS Link.. 110 OTS Link Timing. 112 OVER.. 46, 130 Overdub Recording. 115 OWNER.. 76, 158 Owner name.. 158
Quantize. 96 Quick Recording.. 54 Quick Start.. 93
Save.. 69 SCALE TUNE. 76, 150 Score... 88 SCORE PAGE -.. 153 SCORE PAGE +.. 153 Search.. 41 Section.. 34 Section Set.. 113 Sequence format.. 144

Panel logos.. 8 Panpot.. 135 PARAMETER.. 77 Parameter Lock. 156 Part.. 134 Part EQ.. 136 PART ON/OFF.. 17, 77 PART SELECT.. 17, 77
RAM... 65 Random.. 93 Realtime Message.. 142 Realtime Recording. 94 REC.. 75
Setup... 97 SIGNAL.. 46, 130 Single Finger.. 108 Sleep Time.. 157 SMF... 144 SOFT.. 152 SONG.. 16, 75 Song. 43, 63, 88 Song Auto Open.. 157 Song Auto Revoice.. 136 SONG CONTROL. 16, 43 SONG CREATOR.. 77 Song Creator. 94 Song Position.. 91 Song Position Marker. 91, 106 SONG SETTING.. 76 Song Transpose.. 82 SOSTENUTO.. 152 SOUND.. 77 SOUND CREATOR. 17, 77 Sound Creator. 83, 85 Source.. 97 Source Chord.. 115, 121 Source Pattern.. 115 Source Root. 115, 121 SP (Song Position). 43, 75 Speaker. 20, 156, 160 SPEED.. 155 SPLIT POINT.. 76 Split Point.. 32, 74, 112 START/STOP.. 75, 146 Step Recording.. 94 STOP.. 75 Stop Accompaniment. 33, 112 STRENGTH. 96 STYLE.. 16, 75 Style.. 32, 63, 108 STYLE CONTROL.. 16, 75 STYLE CREATOR.. 77 Style Creator.. 114 Style File.. 8 STYLE SETTING.. 76 Style Touch. 113 SUB jacks.. 141
SUSTAIN.. 77, 152 Sustain.. 39, 81 Swing.. 119 SYNC START. 32, 74, 75, 110, 153 SYNC STOP. 35, 75, 110, 153 Synchro Start. 32, 74, 110 Synchro Stop.. 35, 110 Synchro Stop Window.. 112 SYS/EX.. 77, 146 SYSTEM.. 76 System.. 146 System Effect.. 137 System Exclusive Message. 142 System Message.. 142 SYSTEM RESET. 76 System Reset.. 159 System Setup.. 63, 159
User drive. 30, 63, 64, 65 User Effect. 63, 138, 159 User Master Compressor. 63, 140 User Master EQ. 63, 139 User Voice.. 85 USER/DISK. 75 UTILITY.. 76 Utility.. 156
Velocity. 142 VH TYPE SELECT. 75 Vibrato.. 87 Vibrato depth.. 83 Vibrato on/off.. 83 Vibrato Speed.. 84 VIDEO OUT.. 76, 151 VIEW.. 71 Vocal Cue Time.. 48, 50 VOCAL HARMONY. 75, 153 Vocal Harmony.. 8, 47, 136 Vocal Harmony mode. 133 Vocal Harmony Type.. 47 Vocoder. 133 VOICE.. 17, 77 Voice. 26, 63, 78 Voice Allocation Format. 144 Voice Editor. 59, 64 VOICE EFFECT.. 17, 77 Voice Effect.. 39, 81 VOICE SET. 76 Voice Set.. 151 VOL/VOICE.. 76 VOLUME. 152, 155 Volume.. 84, 86
TALK.. 75, 153 Talk Setting. 132 Tap. 35, 109 TAP TEMPO. 16, 75, 153 TEMPO.. 16, 75 Tempo. 106, 109 Time Signature.. 106 TOP.. 75 TOUCH LIMIT. 155 Touch Sense. 86 TRANSMIT. 76 Transmit.. 146 TRANSMIT CLOCK. 146 TRANSPOSE. 16, 75 Transpose.. 82, 135 TRANSPOSE ASSIGN.. 154 TUNE.. 76 Tuning. 135, 150 TV monitor.. 90

XF... 8 XG.. 8, 79

Upper.. 146 UPPER OCTAVE. 17, 77 Upper Octave.. 28, 82 USB.. 18, 58 USB cable. 7

FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)

1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product. 2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/ or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA. 3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class B digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does

 

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