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Congratulations! and thank you for purchasing the Yamaha P-150. The P-150 is a high-performance electronic piano with full-scale, weighted action keyboard, a selection of high quality piano and other useful instrument voices, and versatile performance and other advanced features which make it ideal for professional stage and studio applications, as well as for home entertainment and music study use. The P150s main features include:
s Dual and Split voice modes
The P-150s Dual and Split modes let you play two voices at once, a main voice and a sub voice, either by layering the two voices of your choice (Dual mode) or by assigning a different voice to each end of the keyboard (Split mode). In Split mode, the key transposition values can be set independently for both main and sub voices.
s One-touch Performance recall
The P-150 features a Performance Play mode that lets you store up to 24 Performances, or configurations of all voice, MIDI and other parameter settings, for recall at the touch of a button. This lets you instantly change your sound and entire setup as you play, or between songs in a live set. The P-150 is set at the factory with 24 Preset Performances, but you can overwrite them and store User Performances which you create yourself. The P150 features extensive editing and storing capabilities.
s High quality AWM piano and other sounds
The P-150 features a selection of twelve high quality instrument voices generated by Yamahas patented AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) sound generation technology. There are several piano soundsincluding a concert grand piano, with full-bodied bass tones and reverberating high notes, that accurately captures the natural characteristics of a real grand pianoplus various electric pianos, vibes, organ combinations, strings and electric and upright bass. With a maximum simultaneous polyphonic note output of 32 notes, the P-150 delivers uncompromising performance capabilities.
s Master keyboard features
The P-150 offers many of the control features standard in a MIDI master keyboard, including velocity sensitivity, pitch bend and modulation wheels, an assignable CS (continuous slider), program change send and receive capabilities, MIDI transpose and merge functions, and bulk dumping and multitimbral capabilities. Plus, the P-150 gives you the option of connecting a foot controller (FC) that can be assigned MIDI and other functions in the same manner as the CS. With its powerful MIDI capabilities, the P-150 can easily feature at the heart of an expanded MIDI system.
s Organ combination editing
The P-150 comes equipped with two preset organ voices, plus organ combination editing features which let you create your own organ sounds and store them in Performances for instant recall. The organ combination editing features give you precise control over flute footages as well as attack settings.

How to Use this Manual

This owners manual is organized and designed to help you get set up and begin enjoying the P-150 as quickly as possible, as well as to easily locate and learn about any feature you need. The GETTING STARTED section briefly but thoroughly explains the proper procedure for setting up the instrument, listening to the onboard Demo songs, and exploring the basic voices. The VOICE PLAY MODE, PERFORMANCE PLAY MODE and EDIT MODE sections include explanations of each feature and step-bystep details about how to access and manipulate the many parameters. An APPENDIX provides Voice and Performance lists and other technical information, including descriptions of error messages and a troubleshooting guide, plus MIDI specifications and other MIDI related information. Finally, an alphabetical INDEX lets you quickly reference the page number of any feature you want to locate.

s AC Power

The power requirements of your P-150 has been set to match the main power supply voltage in your area. Make sure that your local AC mains voltage matches the voltage as specified on the name plate located on the rear panel of your P-150. If you plan to use your P-150 in an area with a different voltage, be sure to use an appropriate converter. If you have any doubts about voltage compatibility, please consult your local Yamaha dealer.
s Electromagnetic Interference
Avoid using your P-150 near televisions, radios or other devices which generate electromagnetic fields, as electromagnetic interference can cause the P-150 to malfunction, and may generate interference noise in the other devices as well.
YAMAHA CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY IMPROPER HANDLING OR OPERATION OF THE P-150!
The LCD screen displays as illustrated in this manual are for instructional purposes only, and may appear somewhat different from your P-150s.
INTRODUCTION... 1 PRECAUTIONS.... 2 UPPER PANEL.... 4 REAR PANEL.... 9 P-150 OVERVIEW... 10 GETTING STARTED.... 14
Setting up the P-150.... 14 Turning on the Power.... 16 Playing the Demo Songs.... 17 Playing the Voices.... 18

UPPER PANEL

REAR PANEL

VOICE PLAY MODE.... 19

Single Mode.... 20 Stereo/Mono Piano.... 21 Electric/Upright Bass... 21 Reverb Effects..... 22 Modulation Effects.... 23 Panel Equalizer.... 25 Main and Sub Voices... 25 Dual Mode.... 26 Split Mode..... 28 Transpose..... 33 MIDI Transmit Enable.... 36 MIDI Panic.... 37

P-150 OVERVIEW

GETTING STARTED
PERFORMANCE PLAY MODE... 38
Selecting Single Voices.... 39 Selecting Dual Voices.... 40 Selecting Split Voices.... 40

VOICE PLAY MODE

EDIT MODE..... 42
System..... 44 MIDI Filter..... 46 Program Change (PC) Table... 46 Channel..... 47 Local..... 48 Continuous Slider (CS) / Foot Controller (FC)... 48 Panel Switch (PS)..... 50 Name.... 50 Organ Combination.... 50 Pitch Bend Wheel (PB) / Modulation Wheel (MW)... 51 Keyboard Sensitivity.... 51 Internal Equalizer.... 52 Reverb..... 52 Modulation.... 52

PERFORMANCE PLAY MODE

EDIT MODE
STORE.... 53 APPENDIX.... 55
Bulk Dump.....55 Initialize.... 56 Using MIDI.... 57 Error Messages.... 60 Troubleshooting.... 61 Specifications....63 Factory Default Settings....64 Blank Chart....70 MIDI Data Format....72 MIDI Implementation Chart....81 Index....82

APPENDIX

POWER VOLUME

CONTRAST

TRANSPOSE

OFF DATA ENTRY

-1/NO +1/YES

Sub Voice: Hold the [SPLIT] button and press a [VOICE SELECT] button.
Note that you can assign the same voice to both main and sub keyboard areas. This is useful in such cases where you want to use the same voice on each end of the keyboard, but with different Transpose settings (for details, see page 33), or at different volume balance levels.
1 PIANO PIANO PIANO PIANO E.PIANO E.PIANO E.PIANO VIBES 9 ORGANORGANSTRINGS 12 BASS
Youll find it convenient that the procedure for selecting voices is separate from that for entering and leaving Split mode, since this lets you switch the sub keyboard area on and off as needed. For example, you can play the main voice in Single Play mode (or Dual voices) across the entire keyboard during a songs verse and chorus, then switch into Split mode to add the sub voice for an intricate two-part solo, then switch the Split mode off to play remaining verses and choruses.
ADJUSTING THE BALANCE OF THE SPLIT VOICES
Hold the [BALANCE] button and move the [DATA ENTRY] slider. As you move the [DATA ENTRY] slider, the SPLIT BALANCE screen appears.

SPLIT BALANCE QE.0

Moving the slider upwards increases the level of the main voice while decreasing the level of the sub voice. Conversely, moving the slider downwards increases the level of the sub voice while decreasing the level of the main voice. You can set the balance to any value between -16 and 15. Two indicators to the right of the numeric value display the relative balance of sub and main voices.
Release the [BALANCE] button. After a moment, the Split voice names will reappear in the screen. If you choose different Split voices, the balance relationship will remain the same as determined above, until you change the balance setting again.

CHANGING THE SPLIT POINT

Hold the [SPLIT] button and press a key on the keyboard. The key that you press will become the new split point. The SPLIT POINT screen appears.

SPLIT POINT

QE G 3
As long as you hold the [SPLIT] button, the note name of the key that you pressed will blink; pressing another key will change the split point still again, and the name of the new split point will likewise appear in the screen. You can also raise or lower the current split point setting one semitone at a time by holding the [SPLIT] button and pressing the [1/NO] or [+1/YES] buttons.
Release the [SPLIT] button. After a moment, the Split voice names will reappear in the screen. The split point will remain where you set it until you change it again, even if you exit and reenter Split mode. As you change the split point you can specify whether the main voice will play above or below the split point. In general, the main keyboard area is normally above the split point; however, there may be cases when youll want to play the main voice below the split point. For example, say youre playing a song where the verses and choruses call for a piano in the bass and strings on top, and an instrumental part calls for a piano solo that sweeps from one end of the keyboard to another. You can do this by selecting the piano as the main voice and assigning it to the lower keyboard area. You will then be able to switch from Split mode for the verses and choruses to Single mode form the solo, then back to split mode again, simply by pressing the [SPLIT] button.

Press the [PAGE] button once or more. Each time you press the [PAGE] button a page will appear in the LCD screen.
ENTERING AND EXITING EDIT MODE
Press the [EDIT] button. The LED above the [EDIT] button starts blinking, as does the LED above the [EDIT SELECT] button which was active the last time you exited Edit mode. The name of the currently active parameter page appears in the LCD screen.
You can also select Edit function pages by pressing the same [EDIT SELECT] button once or more. For example, if you select the System function, you can simply press the [SYSTEM] button as many times as necessary to access the System function page you want.
1 EDIT PERF. B VOICE PIANO 1
POPUP TIME 6 PC=off OTHERS= 3
The name of each page, as well as the accessible parameters within it, appears in the LCD screen as you step through the pages.
Each of the 12 [EDIT SELECT] buttons is dedicated to one or more Edit functions, as indicated by a name printed in green below each button. To exit Edit mode, simply press the [EDIT] button again, which returns you to the previous Play mode.

EDITING PARAMETERS

Note that some pages contain several parameters, which you can access with the cursor buttons. (See asterisk* items on the Edit Menu Tree, page 42.) If necessary, press the [<] or [>] buttons to position the cursor over the desired parameter.

SPLIT TRANSPOSE

The currently selected parameter will blink on and off in the LCD screen.
Change the parameter using the [1/NO] and [+1/YES] buttons, or by moving the [DATA ENTRY] slider up or down. Parameters may consist of numeric values or specific settings which you can select.
If the P-150 is in Auto Store status, the changes you make will be stored automatically in the current location. If the P150 is in Non Auto Store status, when you change a parameter and press the [EDIT] button to exit Edit mode, the STORE? confirmation screen appears.

q ACTIVE

2 active
When the Active setting is selected, the P-150s on-board reverb effects will function as normal.

q BYPASS

When the Bypass setting is selected, the P-150s on-board reverb effects will be disengaged.
STORE? (YES/NO) Voices -Voices
In this case you will need to store the current Performance by either overwriting it in its current location, or copy it in another Performance bank and number.

The P-150 can be set to transmit MIDI messages on any one of 16 MIDI channels. When set to Off the P-150 will not transmit MIDI messages.
If you select Sys for LOCAL in the Performance Enable function (System menu), the Local On/Off setting you have designated previously for the currently selected Performance may actually be different, since the current setting (System setting) in the Voice Play mode will be active. You can change the System setting, and you can easily find which setting (Sys or Perf) is selected in the Performance Enable function, as the letter P will display to the left of the page number if Perf is selected.
q RECEIVE CHANNEL (Off, 1 ~ 16, All)
The P-150 can be set to receive MIDI messages on any one of 16 MIDI channels. When set to Off, all incoming MIDI messages will be ignored. When set to All, MIDI messages can be received on all 16 channels at once. In Dual and Single modes, all channel messages will be transmitted via the channel specified here. In Split mode, the main voice will be transmitted via the channel specified here and the sub voice will be transmitted via the next highest channel number than the main voice.
s Continuous Slider (CS) / Foot Controller (FC)
This function lets you assign a function and range to the [CS] and [FC] assignable continuous controllers, for realtime control during performance of the P-150 and/or an external MIDI device.
When you set the transmit channel to Off, the MIDI transmit button will be disabled for the currently selected Performance.
If you select Sys for MIDI CHANNEL in the Performance Enable function (System menu), the MIDI transmit/receive channel you have previously set for the currently selected Performance may actually be different, since the current setting (System setting) in the Voice Play mode will be active. You can change the System setting, and you can easily find which setting (Sys or Perf) is selected in the Performance Enable function, as the letter P will display to the left of the page number if Perf is selected.
CS ASSIGN 1 main volume:007
Once you assign a function to the [CS], the function will be controlled by the [CS] slider on the panel. Once you assign a function to the [FC], the function will be controlled by the Foot Controller, if it is properly connected to the [FOOT CONTROLLER] jack on the rear panel. The Yamaha FC-7 Foot Controller (continuous type) and FC4/FC5 Footswitch (on/off; discrete type) are optionally available. For example, you can have the [CS] (or [FC]) control the total volume, main or sub voice volume, or control the reverb depth or modulation speed, or transmit aftertouch messages to tone generators capable of receiving them, or send a particular type of control change message to external MIDI devices. The types of functions which can be assigned, and a brief explanation of each, are shown in the following chart.

q PERFORMANCE NAME

The available characters include upper and lower case Roman letters, numbers 0 ~ 9, a space and various symbols. Position the cursor with the [1]/[q] buttons and choose the desired character with the [ 1/NO]/[+1/YES] buttons or the [DATA ENTRY] slider.
(slowest). There are three Attack footages which determine the character of the percussive portion of the organ voice. You can adjust the volume level of each Attack footage between 0 (no volume) and 7 (maximum volume).
COMBI. 4'=ATK s s s s s E

Attack Footages

4' 2-2/3' 2'

(Space)

,!,",#,$,%,&,',(,), *,+,,,-,.,/,0~9, :,;,<,=,>,?,@,A~Z, [ , , ], ^ , _, `, a ~ z {,|,},,
COMBI. LENG.=ATK s s s s s E

Attack Length

The right-most parameter, Attack mode, determines which notes in a held cluster of notes are given an attack sound. With the (first) setting, only the first note played will have an attack; all other notes played while the first note is held will have no attack.
With the [ ] (Each) setting, all notes played will have an attack sound. E

s Keyboard Sensitivity

The Keyboard Sensitivity function lets you control how the volume of the internal voices and connected MIDI instruments respond to your playing. The P-150 lets you designate independent Keyboard Sensitivity settings for the internal tone generator (each voice) and external MIDI devices, as well as the minimum and maximum range of the keyboard volume.
COMBI. FIRST 3 ATK s s s s s E

Attack Mode

q KEYBOARD SENSITIVITY INTERNAL (Normal, Soft-1~3, Hard-1~3, Fixed-1~3)
s Pitch Bend (PB)/Modulation Wheel (MW)
This function lets you set the maximum range that the pitch will bend when you use the [PITCH] wheel, as well as determine the type of effect assigned to the [MODULATION] wheel.
This setting determines how the P-150s keyboard affects the internal voices. There are ten different types of sensitivity settings. (For details, see Velocity Curves, below.)

KBD SENS.INT. 1 normal/

Performance Bank A Data: Hold the [MIDI] button and press the [PERF. A] button.
Performance Bank B Data: Hold the [MIDI] button and press the [PERF. B] button.

s Initialize

The Initialize feature lets you restore the initial factory default settings with a quick and simple operation. Before initializing the settings, make sure to first offload any data that you want to save using the Bulk Dump operation. Otherwise, the Voice and Performance data you have created will be lost permanently.
VOICE SETTINGS: Similarly, you can initialize only the Voice parameter default settings. To do so, first turn the power off, then hold both the [MIDI] and [VOICE] buttons and turn the power back on.
INITIALIZING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
Press the [POWER] switch to turn off the power. To initialize all the default settings, hold both the [MIDI] and [EDIT] buttons, then press the [POWER] switch to turn on the power.
** INITIALIZE ** ** Voices **

Factory Default Settings

The default settings are shown in Factory Default Settings lists on pages 64, 65 and 66.
The INITIALIZE ALL screen briefly appears.
** INITIALIZE ** ** All **
PERFORMANCE A (or B) BANK: You can also initialize only the Performance A bank (or B bank) default settings. To do so, first turn the power off, then hold both the [MIDI] and [PERF. A] (or [PERF. B]) buttons and turn the power back on.

PERF A

** INITIALIZE ** ** Perf.A **

s Using MIDI

MIDI is an acronym that stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, an international standard in use since the 1980s for the purpose of allowing electronic musical instruments such as synthesizers, tone generators, rhythm programmers, digital keyboards like the P150, and othersto communicate with each other by sending and receiving compatible note, controller and other MIDI data. With MIDI, instruments made by different manufacturers can easily be connected to each other using special MIDI cables, and configured to work together in a variety of ways that greatly expands your music composing, performing and even learning capabilities. Following is an outline of the basic concepts about MIDI youll need to know to get up and running in short order. Also included are a few examples of MIDI system connections.

MU80(B)

In this case, you can select the voices of both external tone generators directly from the P-150s panel. In Single or Dual mode, the notes you play on the P-150s keyboard will play designated voices in the external tone generators, so long as their MIDI receive channels are assigned to the same number as the P-150s MIDI transmit channel number. In Split mode, the P-150 can transmit on two MIDI channels at the same time (one for the main and one for the sub voice), so you can set one tone generator to respond to only the main voice notes and the other tone generator to respond only to the sub voice notes. You can also take advantage of the P-150s ability to have independent transpose and keyboard sensitivity settings for its internal tone generator and MIDI transmit note messages. 58
A more sophisticated MIDI setup is required if you want to connect a sequencer, several tone generators and perhaps an effects device. The series, or daisy chaining method is shown in the following illustration.

P150 MIDI OUT

MIDI OUT MIDI IN QY300 SPX-990 MIDI IN 2 MIDI OUT MIDI THRU 2 MIDI IN

MIDI IN 1

MIDI THRU 1

MJC 8 MIDI Patch Bay

MIDI THRU 3 MIDI THRU 4 MIDI THRU 5 MIDI THRU 6
MIDI IN MIDI IN MIDI THRU MIDI IN MIDI THRU

MU80(B) QY300 MIDI IN

In this case, the sequencer is used to record the note, program change, controller, etc. data as you play the P-150, and then play it back using the voices in the external tone generators, as well as the P-150s internal voices. Multitimbral tone generators (such as the Yamaha MU80) can play more than one voice at a time, so you can configure them for layering several voices by assigning the same MIDI channel to more than one voice, or build up a complex ensemble by assigning a different MIDI channel to each voice that makes up a part in your composition. You can send program change messages directly to the external tone generators and the effects device (such as the SPX-990) from the P-150, or record these messages in the sequencer at specific locations in the song, so that voices and effects will change on cue during sequencer playbackthus giving you enormous music production power. Note that since you would be recording each music part using a different voice, you would need to set the P150s keyboard Local feature to Off status (see page 48). Be aware that the longer your daisy chain becomes (and also depending on how long your MIDI cables are), the higher the chances that a noticeable MIDI delay will occur during play, caused by the time it takes for the MIDI data to reach each device. To avoid such a potentially annoying problem, you can use a MIDI patch bay (such as the Yamaha MJC 8), which is equipped with multiple MIDI IN and MIDI THRU terminals, as shown in the following illustration.

MU80(C)

SPX-990
Besides eliminating the possibility of MIDI delays, a MIDI patch bay is essential in a larger setup where you frequently need to perform bulk dump and other operations with specific devices, and dont want to waste time plugging and unplugging cables accordingly. A MIDI patch bay lets you instantly reconfigure the way all MIDI cables are connected for a given application.

s Specifications

Keyboard Tone Generator Voices Play Modes Performances Effects Panel Equalizer Edit 88-key (A-1 to C7), velocity sensitive, Action Effect II AWM; 32-note maximum polyphony PIANO 1 ~ 2 (STEREO/MONO); PIANO 3 ~ 4; ELECTRIC PIANO 1 ~ 3; VIBES; ORGAN 1 ~ 2; STRINGS; BASS (ELECTRIC/UPRIGHT) Voice Play mode; Performance Play mode Performance Bank A (1 ~ 12); Performance Bank B (1 ~ 12) REVERB (ROOM, STAGE, HALL, OFF); MODULATION (CHORUS, SYMPHONIC, TREMOLO, OFF) LOW; MIDDLE; HIGH SYSTEM MASTER TUNE REVERB DEVICE NUMBER MIDI MERGE PERFORMANCE ENABLE POPUP TIME STORE TYPE MIDI FILTER PC TABLE TRANSMIT FILTER RECEIVE FILTER 424.0Hz ~ 456.3Hz bypass, active off; 1 ~ 16; all off; on
MIDI CHANNEL (sys; perf); LOCAL (sys; perf); CONTROLLER ASSIGN (sys; perf)
PC (off; 1 ~ 5); OTHERS (1 ~ 5) auto store; non auto store Message Types; on/off Message Types; on/off PROGRAM CHANGE NUMBER (off; 0 ~128)
PROGRAM CHANGE TRANSMIT VOICE/PERFORMANCE NO.(1 ~ 12); MSB/LSB (off; 0 ~ 127); PROGRAM CHANGE RECEIVE VOICE/PERFORMANCE NO. (off; 1 ~ 12); PROGRAM CHANGE NUMBER (1 ~128)
CHANNEL LOCAL CS FC PS NAME ORGAN COMBINATION
TRANSMIT (off; 1 ~ 16); RECEIVE (off; 1 ~ 16; all) on; off CS ASSIGN (functions) FC ASSIGN (functions) CS RANGE MIN (1 ~ 128); MAX (1 ~ 128) FC RANGE MIN (1 ~ 128); MAX (1 ~ 128)
PS1 ASSIGN (off; start:FA; continue:FB; stop:FC) PS2 ASSIGN (off; start:FA; continue:FB; stop:FC) PERFORMANCE NAME FOOTAGE 16, 8, 5-1/3, 4, 2-2/3, 2, 1-1/3, 1; (0 ~ 7) RESPONSE (0 ~ 7) ATTACK 4, 2-2/3, 2; (0 ~ 7) LENGTH (0 ~ 7) Mode (First, Each)

PB MW KBD SENS.

PITCH BEND RANGE (0 ~ 12) KEYBOARD SENSITIVITY MIDI KEYBOARD RANGE
MODULATION WHEEL ASSIGN (off; reverb depth; mod. speed; vibrato) normal; soft-1~3; hard-1~3; fixed-1~3 normal; soft-1~3; hard-1~3; fixed-1~3 MIN (1 ~ 128); MAX (1 ~ 128)
KEYBOARD SENSITIVITY INTERNAL
INT. EQ REVERB MODULATION Controls
LOW (-16 ~ 16); MID (-16 ~ 16); HIGH (-16 ~ 16) TYPE (ROOM, STAGE, HALL, OFF); DEPTH (0 ~ 7) TYPE (CHORUS, SYMPHONIC, TREMOLO, OFF); SPEED (0 ~ 7)
POWER; VOLUME; CS (DATA ENTRY); PS1 (-1/NO); PS2 (+1/YES); SPLIT (BALANCE, 1); TRANSPOSE (DETUNE, q); MIDI (PAGE); LCD CONTRAST; PITCH WHEEL; MODULATION WHEEL; STORE; EDIT; PERF. A; PERF. B; VOICE; SELECT 1 ~ 12; REVERB, MODULATION; EQUALIZER; SPEAKER ON/OFF
LCD screen Button Lamps Input Jacks Output Jacks MIDI Terminals Amplifiers Speakers Dimensions Weight Included Accessory
16-character x 2-row, backlit SPLIT, TRANSPOSE, MIDI enable, STORE, EDIT, PERF. A, PERF. B, VOICE, 1 ~ 12 buttons, EFFECT x 6 FOOT CONTROLLER, SUSTAIN, SOSTENUTO, SOFT; LINE IN (L/MONO, R; 1/4 phone) LINE OUT (L/MONO, R; unbalanced, 1/4 phone); PHONES MIDI IN / OUT / THRU 30 W x cm (5-1/8) x 2 1385(W) x 424(D) x 159(H) mm (54-1/2 x 16-3/4 x 6-1/4) 33.7kg (74 lbs.) FC4 Footswitch

TYPE DEPTH

TYPE SPEED

INTERNAL EQUALIZER LOW MID HIGH

PRESET PERFORMANCE LIST

PERF. A 01 SINGLE PLAY MODE VOICE MAIN SUB PIANO 1 STEREO/MONO PIANO 2 STEREO/MONO BASS ELECTRIC/UPRIGHT ORGAN COMBINATION HOLD 16' 8' 5-1/3' 4' 2-2/3' 2' 1-1/3' 1' RESPONSE ATTACK 4' 2-2/3' 2' LENGTH EACH/FIRST BALANCE DETUNE SPLIT POINT SPLIT MAIN VOICE AREA TRANSPOSE ENABLE SWITCH INTERNAL MAIN SUB MIDI MAIN SUB MIDI CHANNEL TX CHANNEL RX CHANNEL LOCAL CONTROLLERS PS1 PS2 CS ASSIGN ASSIGN ASSIGN RANGE MIN RANGE MAX FC ASSIGN RANGE MIN RANGE MAX PERFORMANCE NAME on off off main volume : 128 sub volume (internal) Room Acoustic off ++on off off main volume : 128 sub volume (internal) Honky Tonk 0 DUAL SINGLE Piano1 Strings stereo stereo electric 3 Each C2

Higher Note Range

PERF. A 02 SPLIT SINGLE DUAL DUAL Piano3 Bass Piano2 stereo stereo electric 3 Each 6 C2
PERF. A 03 SPLIT SINGLE DUAL SINGLE Piano3 Bass Strings stereo stereo electric 3 Each 0 C2
PERF. A 04 SPLIT SINGLE DUAL SINGLE Piano4 Bass Strings stereo stereo electric 3 Each 0 C2
PERF. A 05 SPLIT SINGLE DUAL DUAL Piano1 Bass E.P.1 stereo stereo electric 3 Each 0 -C2

off ++0

off ++on off off main volume : 128 sub volume (internal) Pan Piano 0
off ++on off off main volume : 128 sub volume (internal) Chorus Piano 0
off ++on off off main volume : 128 sub volume (internal) Ballad Piano 0

CONTROLLERS

PITCH BEND MODULATION WHEEL
RANGE ASSIGN TYPE TYPE RANGE MIN RANGE MAX
2 mod.speed normal normal room 6 off 0 0
2 mod.speed hard-2 hard-128 room 2 off 0 -12 +16 -12
2 mod.speed normal normal stage 4 tremolo 0 -13 +7 -12
2 reverb depth hard-2 hard-128 hall 7 chorus 7 -1 -16 +5
2 mod.speed hard-2 hard-128 stage 3 off 0 +7

KEYBOARD SENSITIVITY

INTERNAL EQUALIZER

LOW MID HIGH

PERF. A 06 SINGLE DUAL DUAL E.Piano1 Piano4 stereo stereo electric 3 Each +C2
PERF. A 07 SPLIT SINGLE DUAL DUAL E.Piano1 Bass E.P.2 stereo stereo electric 3 Each 0 -C2
PERF. A 08 SPLIT SINGLE DUAL DUAL E.Piano1 Bass E.P.2 stereo stereo electric 3 Each 0 +C2
PERF. A 09 SPLIT SINGLE DUAL DUAL E.Piano3 Bass E.P.1 stereo stereo electric 3 Each 0 -C2

PERFORMANCE

SINGLE PLAY MODE VOICE MAIN SUB PIANO 1 STEREO/MONO PIANO 2 STEREO/MONO BASS ELECTRIC/UPRIGHT ORGAN COMBINATION HOLD 16' 8' 5-1/3' 4' 2-2/3' 2' 1-1/3' 1' RESPONSE ATTACK 4' 2-2/3' 2' LENGTH EACH/FIRST BALANCE DETUNE SPLIT POINT SPLIT MAIN VOICE AREA TRANSPOSE ENABLE SWITCH INTERNAL MAIN SUB MIDI MAIN SUB MIDI CHANNEL TX CHANNEL RX CHANNEL LOCAL CONTROLLERS PS1 PS2 CS ASSIGN ASSIGN ASSIGN RANGE MIN RANGE MAX FC ASSIGN RANGE MIN RANGE MAX PERFORMANCE NAME DUAL SPLIT PARAMETERS SINGLE, DUAL, SPLIT (1) Piano 1 ~ (12) Bass (1) Piano 1 ~ (12) Bass stereo, mono stereo, mono electric, upright 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 0~7 -16~+15 0~7 A-1 ~ C7 -16~+15 on, off -24~+24 -24~+24 -24~+24 -24~+24 off, 1~16 off, 1~16, ALL on, off off, FA, FB, FC off, FA, FB, FC off, rev depth, mod speed, main, sub,.., etc. 1~128 1~128 off, rev depth, mod speed, main, sub,.., etc. 1~128 1~128 A~Z, a~z, 0~9, others

RANGE ASSIGN TYPE

RANGE MIN RANGE MAX EFFECT REVERB TYPE DEPTH MODULATION TYPE SPEED INTERNAL EQUALIZER LOW MID HIGH

s MIDI DATA FORMAT

1. MIDI DATA FLOW

KEYBOARD

2.MIDITRANSMISSION/RECEPTION
2.1MIDITransmissionCondition
ACTIVE SENSING FE PANIC NOTE ON/OFF PITCH BEND MODULATION PS 1/2 9n En Bn (01H) FA, FB, FC Bn (00~77H) Dn, (F0) Bn (00~78H) Dn, (F0) Txch PROGRAM CHANGE Cn P.C. Tx TABLE Device No. MERGE SW Device No. MERGE SW Split Tx+1ch

INTERNAL VELOCITY CURVE

MIDI VELOCITY CURVE
CONTINUOUS SLIDER FOOT CONTROLLER

Tx Filter MIDI SW

KBD OFFSET Min/Max

MIDI TRANSPOSE

PARAMETER CHANGE BULK DUMP

Tx FILTER

MIDI In

MIDI SW

2.2 MIDI Reception Conditions

Rx FILTER

FE ACTIVE SENSING MERGE

INTERNAL TRANSPOSE

8n NOTE OFF 9n NOTE ON/OFF

P-150 TG

Rx+1ch Rxch Rx Filter Split Rx+1ch IN Bn ,01 Modulation ,07 Volume ,40 Sustain ,42 Sostenuto ,43 Soft

P.C. Rx TABLE

Cn PROGRAM CHANGE 00H~0BH * (Voice) 0CH~23H * (Performance)
Split Rx+1ch Rxch En PITCH BEND
Split Rx+1ch Device No. BULK DUMP BULK DUMP REQ. PARAMETER CHANGE * (Voice) : Voice Play Mode (single) only * (Performance) : Performance Play Mode only

5.1.3KeyboardMode

0001nnnn 0ppppppp 00000000 0vvvvvvv 11110111 Fnnnn=Device Number 2A 00 ppppppp=Nvvvvvvv=Data Value F7

5.1.4Controller

5.1.5 MIDI Filter Table
0001nnnn 0ppppppp 0000000i 0vvvvvvv 11110111 Fnnnn=Device Number 2A 2C ppppppp=N2 i=Send switch vvvvvvv=Data Value F7
q For more information about bulk dump format, see page 77. q You can assign the device number in Edit mode, System function; see page 44. q When the device number is set to Off, bulk dump send and receive operations cannot be executed. q When MIDI Merge (Edit mode, System function) is set to On, the P-150 cannot send bulk dump messages. q When the device numbers of the P-150 and the external device are not matched, the P-150 cannot receive bulk dump messages. q Bulk dump messages cannot be sent and received at the same time. q When the MIDI Filter bulk setting (Edit mode, MIDI Filter function) is set to On, bulk dump operations cannot be executed.
5.1.6 Program Change Transmit Table
0001nnnn 00000000 0iiiiiii 0ppppppp 0000000i 0vvvvvvv 11110111 Fnnnn=Device Number 2A 2E 00 iiiiiii=N1 ppppppp=N2 i=Send switch vvvvvvv=Data Value2 F7

5.3 MIDI MERGE

The MIDI Merge function enables you to merge data received from the MIDI IN termimal with data generated by the P-150, and transmits this merged data. This function works as follows:
MIDI IN MERGE ON/OFF SWITCH ON MIDI OUT OFF BULK DUMP
5.1.7 Program Change Receive Table
0001nnnn 0ppppppp 00000000 0vvvvvvv 11110111 Fnnnn=Device Number 2A 2F ppppppp=Nvvvvvvv=Data Value F7
1. Some features, such as Controller, might not operate as expected because channel messages can also be transmitted on the same channel as the MIDI channel that the P-150 uses for transmission. (For example, in the case of Controller, an external device connected to MIDI OUT uses the value determined by the most recently used instrument, P-150 or an external device connected to MIDI IN. The sounds from the P-150's tone generator might sometimes cut off when receiving an All Notes Off message.) 2. A received Active Sensing message is never transmitted. 3. When an interrupt of the received Active Sensing is detected, transmission of Active Sensing through MIDI OUT is interrupted after 500msec. 4. When the P-150 receives 32 or more bytes of System Exclusive Messages, the MIDI messages transmitted by the P-150 might cause an interruption. (When System Exclusive Messages from MIDI IN are received, the MIDI messages that the P-150 attempted to transmit are held temporarily; however, if the data exceeds 31 bytes, the hold is released and after an EOX is forcibly transmitted, the P-150 MIDI messages are transmitted. In this case the data bytes being received are not transmitted until reception of the status byte of non-System Realtime Messages, and are discarded.) 5. When the MIDI Merge function is On, Bulk Dumps cannot be sent from the P-150. 6. After the P-150 receives one status byte of the System Exclusive Messages, if the status of other channel messages, etc., are received before an EOX is received, the EOX is transmitted and other messages (for example, channel messages) are separated from the System Exclusive Messages and are transmitted. * When MIDI Merge is On, the MIDI Panic feature does not work.

5.2 BULK DUMP (SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES)
The system is capable of sending and receiving the following types of bulk dump messages: 1. System Setup Bulk Dump 2. Voice Bulk Dump 3. Keyboard Mode Bulk Dump 4. MIDI Filter Table Bulk Dump 5. Program Change Transmit Table Bulk Dump 6. Program Change Receive Table Bulk Dump The following three types of bulk dumps are sent and received: 1. All Bulk Dump All six types of bulk dumps as listed above will be sent. 2. Performance Bulk Dump Types 2 and 3, listed above, will be sent, for Performance Play mode Performances A01 ~ A12 or B01 ~ 12. 3. Voice Bulk Dump Types 2 and 3, listed above, will be sent, for Voice Play mode Voices 1 ~ 12 and Performance parameters. The above six types of bulk dump messages can be received independently.

5.4 MIDI Panic

With the P-150, pressing the [MIDI]+[REVERB]+[MODULATION] buttons suppresses MIDI transmission as an emergency method to shut down all sound. q MIDI transmission The following messages are transmitted : Modulation Depth Off, Sustain Pedal Off, All Sound Off, All Note Off, Reset All Controllers, Pitch Bend Depth (Center) and Channel Pressure Off, for all channels. q MIDI Panic transmission is not possible when the MIDI Merge function is On. q MIDI Panic transmission is not possible during sending/receiving bulk data. * The MIDI Panic feature is an emergency measure of last resort, so sound sometimes might not stop.
6. PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE

6.1SystemSetup

F0H, 43H, 1nH, 2AH, 20H, 00H, 00H, N2H, 00H, V2H, F7H n : Device Number N2H : Parameter Number V2H : Parameter Value 2 N2 data name 09 MTUNE MENABSW MREVSW MERGSW PERFCHSW PERFLOSW PERFASSSW POPUPPC POPUPOTHER STORETYPE V2 (data range) -64 +63 (o/b) off/on bypass/active off/on sys/perf sys/perf sys/perf off, 1,.., 5 1,., 5 auto store/ non auto store 116, all, off note Master Tuning MIDI Tx Enable SW Reverb Bypass SW Merge SW Performance Channel Enable SW Performance Local Enable SW Performance Controller Assign Enable SW Popup Time P.C. Send Popup Time Other Store Type auto store / non auto store Device Number

 

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