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The true sound of Yamaha ELECTRIC GRAND CP-80
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Windows 98 SE / ME / 2000 / XP 20 GB of available hard-disk space CPU: 1 Ghz (2 Ghz or faster processor recommended) RAM: 1GB or greater (1.5 GB or greater recommended) DVD - ROM drive GSIF compatible audio interface (GIGA Format Version) HALion: v 188.8.131.52 GIGASTUDIO: v 2.5 Kontakt: v 1.5.2 EXS: Logic Platinum5.5.1+EXS24
MacOS 9.2.2 / MacOS X 10.GB of available hard-disk space CPU: GGhz (G41.25 Ghz or faster processor recommended) RAM: 1GB or greater (1.5 GB or greater recommended) DVD - ROM drive HALion: v 184.108.40.206 Kontakt: v 1.5.2 EXS: Logic Platinum6.1.1+EXS24 (MacOS 9.2.2) EXS: Logic Platinum6.3.1+EXS24 (MacOS X)
1. Create a folder on your hard drive and name the folder (for example) PCP-80. 2. Insert the DVD disc into your DVD drive. 3. Double Click on the.exe file. (You don't need to extract the.rar file as UnRarX
extracts it automatically.)
4. Click on the Browse button and choose the folder you created.
5. Click on the Install button.
Important: To extract.exe or.rar files, Windows or MacOS X is required. If problems arise with extracting from the.exe or.rar files, you will need to download a Mac.rar file expander software such as UnRarX. This can be downloaded from: http://www.unrarx.com
1. Create a folder on your hard drive and name the folder (for example) PCP-80. 2 Insert the DVD disc into your DVD drive. 3. Launch UnRarX.
4. Select 'Other' from the pull-down menu.
4. Choose the folder you created earlier as an install location.
5. Open the disc and drag the '.exe' file and drop it on the UnRarX's window. (You
don't need to extract the.rar file as UnRarX extracts it automatically.)
6. Installation starts automatically.
Establishing the sampler setting:
Adjust the preload or buffer on the computer to accommodate the memory capacity or hard-disk speed. Set the number of voices to the maximum amount.
When keys above A#5 has been released, sounds of the notes will continue to ring. This simulates the characteristics of an original CP-80.
instrument name CP-80_44k_24bit.fxp CP-80_44k_24bit_lite.fxp CP-80_96k_24bit.fxp CP-80_96k_24bit_lite.fxp kHz/bit 44 kHz / 24 bit 44 kHz / 24 bit 96 kHz / 24 bit 96 kHz / 24 bit maximum velocity levels 20 8
Instrument contains 20 or 8 velocity levels. During the note off period, 20 or 8 levels of natural resonance and reverberation are available. Instrument contents the sound of a natural pianos sustain when the sustain pedal is engaged. The release sound sample volume can be controlled with the modulation wheel in real time. TREMOLO When the CP-80 is fully loaded, midi control change 4, (foot controller) can simulate tremolo effects. How to set up the tremolo effect: The depth and range of the tremolo can be adjusted through midi control change (4). This emulates the true sound depth of the tremolo on an original CP 80. - Midi data bit 0, the tremolo is in the off position. - Midi data bit 127, indicates that the tremolo range is at its widest. In HALion, the LFO 1 setting determines the speed of the tremolo. The original tremolo speed on an original CP-80 is 0 - 5 Hz, the default setting in HALion is at 0.7 Hz. (This
setting corresponds to the center position of the tremolo speed knob on an original CP80).
The trigger release resonance and reverberation volume can be controlled with the modulation wheel in real time.
instrument name 0:CP-80_16sus_16rel 1:CP-80_8sus_8rel kHz/bit 44 kHz / 16 bit 44 kHz / 16 bit maximum velocity levels 16 8
Instrument contains 16 or 8 velocity levels. During the note off period, 16 or 8 levels of natural resonance and reverberation are available. 2:CP-80_pedal_on (To be mixed with "0:CP-80_16sus_16rel" or "1:CP-80_8sus_8rel") In the sequencer, when the 0:CP-80_16sus_16rel or the 1:CP-80_8sus_8rel programmed midi data in a midi channel is copied and pasted to another midi channel with the 2:CP-80_pedal_on, the two tracks combined creates the sound of a natural piano fs sustain when the sustain pedal is engaged. The trigger release resonance and reverberation volume can be controlled with the modulation wheel in real time.
instrument name CP-80_44k_24bit.nkm CP-80_44k_24bit_lite.nkm CP-80_96k_24bit.nkm CP-80_96k_24bit_lite.nkm kHz/bit 44 kHz / 24 bit 44 kHz / 24 bit 96 kHz / 24 bit 96 kHz / 24 bit maximum velocity levels 16 8
Instrument contains 16 or 8 velocity levels. During the note off period, 16 or 8 levels of natural resonance and reverberation are available. Instrument contents the sound of a natural piano's sustain when the sustain pedal is engaged. TREMOLO When the CP-80 is fully loaded, midi control change 4, (foot controller) can simulate tremolo effects. How to set up the tremolo effect: The depth and range of the tremolo can be adjusted through midi control change (4). This emulates the true sound depth of the tremolo on an original CP 80. - Midi data bit 0, the tremolo is in the off position. - Midi data bit 127, indicates that the tremolo range is at its widest. In Kontakt, the LFO 1 setting determines the speed of the tremolo. The original tremolo speed on an original CP-80 is 0 - 5 Hz, the default setting in Kontakt is at 0.71 Hz. (This setting corresponds to the center position of the tremolo speed knob on an original CP-80).
The release sound sample volume can be controlled with the modulation wheel in real time.
instrument name CP-80_note_on_off_44k.exs CP-80_note_on_off_44k_lite.exs CP-80_note_on_off_96k.exs CP-80_note_on_off_96k_lite.exs kHz/bit 44 kHz / 24 bit 44 kHz / 24 bit 96 kHz / 24 bit 96 kHz / 24 bit maximum velocity levels 16 8
Instrument contains 16 or 8 velocity levels. During the note off period, 16 or 8 levels of natural resonance and reverberation are available. CP-80_pedal_on_44k, CP-80_pedal_on_96k, (To be mixed with "CP-80_note_on_off_**k.exs" or "CP-
80_note_on_off_**k_lite.exs") In the sequencer, when the CP-80_note_on_off_**.exs or the CP80_note_on_off_**_lite.exs programmed midi data in a midi channel is copied and pasted to another midi channel with the 2:CP-80_pedal_on, the two tracks combined creates the sound of a natural piano fs sustain when the sustain pedal is engaged.
ABOUT CP-80 and PCP-80
The Yamaha Electric Grand CP-80 was manufactured by the Yamaha Corporation in 1976. Musicians who love rock, progressive rock, fusion, jazz, funk and various types of music love the characteristic warm piano sound of the Yamaha CP-80. This electric piano is considered among the top in standards and is a "must-have" musical instrument. A huge number of albums and musicians feature the CP-80 on their productions. These musicians include George Duke, Michael McDonald of the Doobie Brothers, Eddie Jobson in UK, and Peter Gabriel in Genesis. They love its characteristically unique, sharp attack piano sound. Adding a chorusing effect or blending this piano's timbre into a mix of acoustic and electric instruments adds a luscious sound to any project. The production possibilities are endless. When you touch a key of the CP-80, the inside hammer strikes directly at the internal tension string. Its structure is mechanically similar to that of a classic acoustic piano. The CP-80 fs structure is unique because of the pick-up-microphones installed near these strings to receive the sound. There are 88 pick-up-microphones for each of the 88 keys in this keyboard.
inside of CP-80
The CP-80 looks cool and has an excellent sound. But it's also very hard to maintain and keep in good condition because of its mechanical structure.
looks COOL! The CP-80 is a very sensitive device to tune. It detunes easily when moved, there's a change in temperature, or a change in humidity. In the worst case, the internal tension strings could break. It takes an expert tuning engineer to tune perfectly. Transporting the CP-80 is not easy. The keyboard is disassembled into two sections of which each section weighs a hefty 200 lbs. The Prominy Sound Library "Electric Grand PCP-80" is the ultimate answer to all of the difficulties listed above. If you have a computer installed with our library, you can play the Yamaha CP-80 anytime, anywhere. This library is suitable for a wide range of musical genres and especially highlights music from the 1970's through the 1980's. You can create modern, emotional, and nostalgic atmospheres for your music for the fraction of the price to own this beautiful vintage keyboard.
Produced, Recorded, Performed and Programmed by AKIHITO OKAWA Artwork TAKASHI SAKAMOTO
Manual Translation SASHA YATES HIROYUKI MASUNO
Executive Producer AKIRA SATO demo music AKIHITO OKAWA KIT EBERSBACH (Pacific Music Productions, Inc.)
Thanks to: Tetsuro Torii Matt Bell (Sound on Sound, UK) Luca Barbieri (CM2 Magazine, Italy) jean-stephane guitton (Recording Musicien, France) Andy Jones, Oz Owen, Charlotte Morgan (Future publishing) Kentaro Shinozaki (Sound and Recording) Mohideen Family Yumi Sato Hozo Okazaki Someone who wishes to remain anonymous Yuka Okawa Tsubasa Okawa
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S TA G E P I A NO
CP S e r i e s
Express Your Passion for Playing
Yamaha has a history of epoch-making stage pianos that revolutionized the way professional keyboardists play. In the 70s, it was the original CP70 and 80, when for the first time players could get true acoustic piano sounds in a portable package for the stage. In the 80s it was the DX7, renowned for its expressive electronic piano sounds and dynamic response. With the new CP series, Yamaha has once again completely re-defined professional players expectations of what the ultimate stage piano should be.
Touch and Tone to satisfy the most demanding professional. The new CP series the ultimate in Stage Pianos.
CP 1 S ou nd qu ality
Only one can be the best. Only one can set the standard that others aspire to. This is the one the CP1 Stage Piano.
The development of the new CP series started with the no-compromise CP1. This is a premium instrument with a commitment to both tradition and innovation. The core sound technology inside the new CP Series was completely re-designed from the ground up. A unique new Spectral Component Modeling tone generation system recreates the sound of acoustic and vintage electronic pianos more faithfully than anything else has ever done. This new technology responds to the player's touch allowing more creative expression than ever before possible. Yamaha even developed a special NW-STAGE wooden key action specifically to meet the demands of top pros. Simply put, this combination of touch and tone make the CP1 the most expressive stage piano that has ever been created. 45
CP 1 D esign qu ality
The CP1's design is an elegant blend of tradition and innovation with attention to detail and quality in every component.
Each individual part of the CP1 was specifically designed to reflect Yamaha's commitment to making a timeless instrument with lasting value. The classic wooden side panels and the vintage textured top call up memories of legendary keyboards of the past. The brilliant vacuum florescent display, brushed aluminum volume knob and lighted Yamaha logo reflect the state-of-the-art, cutting edge technology under the hood. The knobs, switches and intuitive user interface are all laid out for optimum ease of use in performance. All these design elements come together to make a stunning visual statement on stage. 67
Providing the ultimate in acoustic and vintage electric piano touch and tone, the CP1 is Yamaha's flagship designed for the demanding pro.
Features New SCM (Spectral Component Modeling) tone generating system. 17 selected acoustic and vintage electric piano sounds. New NW-STAGE wooden weighted keyboard. Customize function to create your original piano sound. User interface specialized for live stage performance. Convenient Master Keyboard function. Pedal Unit (Sustain, Sostenuto, Soft) included. Steinberg Cubase AI DAW software bundled.
Yamahas core Spectral Component Modeling technology with a wide range of sounds and functions. The CP series high performance model.
Features The core sound of SCM (Spectral Component Modeling) technology. 17 selected acoustic and vintage electric piano sounds. 305 additional sounds (clavs, organs, strings and more) and various effects. New NW-STAGE wooden weighted keyboard. Customize function to create your original piano sound. Record and playback functions for MIDI and audio. Mic Input, Rhythm patterns for wide range of musical application. Convenient Master Keyboard function. Steinberg Cubase AI DAW software bundled.
CP 5 0
Delivers high quality sound that will satisfy even professionals. Easy-to-carry compact and lightweight model.
Features The core sound of SCM (Spectral Component Modeling) technology. 12 selected acoustic and vintage electric piano sounds. 215 additional sounds (clavs, organs, strings and more) and various effects. 88-Key Weighted Graded Hammer Action. Customize function to create your original piano sound. Record and playback functions for MIDI and audio. Rhythm patterns for wide range of musical application. Convenient Master Keyboard function. Steinberg Cubase AI DAW software bundled.
CP S e r i e s Specifications
Overview of SCM (Spectral Component Modeling) The Spectral Component Modeling system starts with a fundamentally different tone generation system than Yamaha has ever used before. This system allows physical components of the instrument (hardness of the hammers, resonance of the sound board, striking position of the hammers) to be modeled. It also uses a complete different method of playback than normal sampling technology. Rather than multi-velocity layers of samples, SCM uses granular parametric data so every nuance of the players touch is translated into expressive tone. However, SCM is not just this core sound system. Just as important to reproducing many vintage electronic pianos are the preamps and vintage effects settings that were used to create those legendary sounds. The CP series includes Virtual Circuit Modeling effects (like those found on Yamahas high-end digital mixers and Motif series workstations). These VCM effects recreate the phasers, compressors and vintage stomp boxes that were such an integral part of those famous sounds. From acoustic pianos that respond naturally to the players touch, to faithful recreations of vintage stage pianos from the 60s, 70s and 80s, SCM was developed to satisfy players need to express their passion for playing on stage and communicate it to the audience.
SCM Piano Block <Piano sounds>
Acoustic Piano Type CFIIIS
The CFIIIS is the crowning glory of Yamaha's concert grand piano range. Distinctive for its rich harmonic overtones, this piano marries a rich, deep low-mid register with clear and bright highs. Delivering a warm, deep sound, the S6B is ideal for extremely expressive performances combining both power and subtlety that matches to all music genres. Reproducing the classic sound of the Yamaha CP80 Electric Grand Piano, the CP80 piano type can also be used to recreate an unique Eighties feel by boosting the high frequencies with the accompanying pre-amplifier. Synonymous with electric piano, the Rd I has various sound variations for each model. It recreates the airy feeling of Rd I pianos from each era. A pop sound brighter than the Rd I. Its reconstructed amp reproduces the sound of the 80s when high boost reached the extreme degree. An electric piano sound rivaling the Rd for top popularity. When played lightly, the sound is sweet and delicate; when played strongly, it is earthy and funky. Its unique distortion sound is appealing. Produced by laying hard, high-order harmonic overtones that change delicately in response to touch over a warm, wide characteristic tone, DX7's electric piano sound took to world by storm.
S6B Electric Piano Type
Wr Synthesizer Piano Type
* DX7 sounds for CP5/CP50 are AWM2 (PCM sampled) voice.
SCM Block Diagram
A.Piano Type E.Piano Type A.Piano Type E.Piano Type A.Piano Type E.Piano Type
Pre Amp Pre Amp
Modulation Effect Modulation Effect Modulation Effect
Power Amp Compressor Power Amp Compressor Power Amp Compressor Power Amp Compressor
Speaker Simulater Speaker Simulater
Modulation Effect Modulation Effect
Keyboard Maximum Polyphony Tone Generator Performances Parts Voice Block Modulation Effect Block Power Amplifier / Compressor Block Reverb Master Compressor Master Equalizer Rhythm Display Controllers Number of Kits Number of Patterns Preset User External
88 keys, NW-STAGE keyboard (Wooden synthetic ivory weighted keyboard) 128 SCM 16 x 3 groups 16 x 3 groups 16 x 3 groups piano types 10 types 8 types 8 types 5-band 55 character x 2 lines, VFD Pitch bend wheel, Master volume, Knobs 1 to 6 Output PHONES L/MONO,R (Unbalanced) L, R (Balanced) SUSTAIN, SOSTENUTO, SOFT, ASSIGNABLE x2 IN, OUT, THRU TO HOST, TO DEVICE 16W 1,385 x 420 x 173 mm 27.2 kg Power cord, Pedal unit, Illustrated Guide to the CP1 booklet, Owners Manual, Data List booklet, Software DVD-ROM*
88 keys, NW-STAGE keyboard (Wooden synthetic ivory weighted keyboard) 128 SCM + AWMx 4 groups x 3 banks 10 x 4 groups x 3 banks 10 x 4 groups x 3 banks piano voices + 305 other voices 49 types 8 types 8 types 3-band 5-band 24 character x 2 lines, VFD Pitch bend wheel, Master volume, Knobs 1 to 3, Part volume x 6, Gain Master equalizer x 5 PHONES L/MONO,R (Unbalanced) L, R (Balanced) SUSTAIN, ASSIGNABLE
88 keys, GH keyboard 128 SCM + AWMx 4 groups x 3 banks 10 x 4 groups x 3 banks 10 x 4 groups x 3 banks piano voices + 215 other voices 49 types 8 types 3-band 3-band 24 character x 2 lines, VFD Pitch bend wheel, Master volume, Knobs 1 to 3, Part volume x 3, Master equalizer x 3 PHONES L/MONO,R (Unbalanced) SUSTAIN, ASSIGNABLE
Foot Controller Mic Input MIDI USB
x2 x1 IN, OUT, THRU TO HOST, TO DEVICE 25W 1,381 x 405 x 174 mm 25.2 kg Power cord, Foot pedal FC3, Owners Manual, Owners Manual CD-ROM, Software DVD-ROM*
x1 IN, OUT, THRU TO HOST, TO DEVICE 7W 1,381 x 332 x 165 mm 20.9 kg Power adaptor PA-150 (or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha) , Foot pedal FC3, Owners Manual, Owners Manual CD-ROM, Software DVD-ROM* * Software DVD-ROM: Steinberg Cubase AI DAW Software.
Dimensions (W x D x H; not including pedal unit) Weight (not including pedal unit) Additional Package Contents
Options for CP1/CP5/CP50 Keyboard Stand: LG-800 Foot Pedal: FC3 Foot Switch: FC4, FC5 Foot Controller: FC7, FC9
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