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Les disquettes contenant dimportantes donnes pour cet instrument doivent toujours tre verrouilles (protges) avant dtre insres dans le lecteur dun autre instrument. Ltiquette didentication de la disquette doit tre bien colle sur la disquette. Si elle se dtache alors que la disquette se trouve dans le lecteur, vous risquez davoir des difcults len extraire. Remettez la disquette dans sa bote pour la conserver.
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2. Panel descriptions

A POWER button Press this button to switch the EM-25/EM-15 on and off. B VOLUME buttons Use these buttons to set the global volume of your EM-25/EM-15. C DEMO button Press this button whenever you want to listen to the EM-25/EM-15s demo songs (see p. 13). D DISK [MENU] and [EXECUTE] buttons (EM-25) These buttons are only available on the EM-25 (the EM-15 has no disk drive). They allow you to check whats on a oppy disk and to conrm the selected operation (see p. 75).
2. Descripciones del panel
A Botn POWER Pulse este botn para activar y desactivar el EM-25/ EM-15. B Botones VOLUME Use estos botones para ajustar el volumen global del EM-25/EM-15. C Botn DEMO Pulse este botn cuando quiera escuchar las canciones de demostracin del EM-25/EM-15 (consulte la p. 13). D Botones DISK [MENU] y [EXECUTE] (EM-25) Estos botones slo estn disponibles en el EM-25 (el EM-15 no dispone de unidad de discos). Le permiten comprobar que hay guardado en un disquete y conrmar la operacin seleccionada (consulte la p. 75).
2. Description des panneaux
A Bouton POWER Appuyez sur ce bouton pour mettre lEM-25/EM-15 sous tension et hors tension. B Boutons VOLUME Ces boutons servent rgler le volume gnral de votre EM-25/EM-15. C Bouton DEMO Appuyez sur ce bouton pour couter les morceaux de dmonstration de lEM-25/EM-15 (voyez p. 13). D Boutons DISK [MENU] et [EXECUTE] (EM-25) Ces boutons ne sont disponibles que sur lEM-25 (lEM-15 ne possde pas de lecteur de disquettes). Ils permettent de vrier le contenu dune disquette et de conrmer une opration que vous avez choisie (voyez p. 75).
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E STYLE MORPHING buttons Use these three button to create a new Style from two existing ones. See page 35 for details. F BALANCE [ACCOMP] [KEYBOARD ] buttons Use the BALANCE buttons to change the volume of the corresponding section (accompaniment/song, or the parts you play on the keyboard). G TRANSPOSE button Press this button to transpose the keyboard (see p. 43). Like all other buttons marked with *, holding it for more than one second calls up a FUNCTION parameter you can set. H METRONOME button This button is used to switch the metronome on and off. Like all other buttons marked with *, holding it for more than one second calls up a FUNCTION parameter you can set. I REC/2nd TRACK button This button allows you to engage the EM-25/EM-15s record function. In some cases, you can use it to activate the 2nd TRACK function for re-recording the Keyboard parts. See page 30 for details. J ORCHESTRATOR buttons Press one of these buttons to choose the desired orchestration for the selected Music Style. See page 34. K MUSICAL GAMES button Press this button if you want to learn more about the nuts and bolts of music or just to have some fun with your EM-25/EM-15. L SONG button This button allows you to select the EM-25/EM-15s Song mode, and to specify that the [INTRO], [ORIGINAL], etc., buttons should be used to operate the on-board Recorder. M STYLE button Press this button if you want to select Music Styles. By activating this button, you also specify that the [INTRO], [ORIGINAL], etc., buttons are used for selecting a Style Division, while the [1]~[8] buttons can be used to select the desired Style memory (11~64).

U INTELL/LAYER button Press this button to add an automatic harmony voice to your melody (INTELL), or to add a second Tone to your right-hand melody playing (LAYER). V ONE TOUCH buttons (12, 34) Press one of these buttons to select the desired One Touch memory. To select memory 2 or 4, you need to press the corresponding button twice. One Touch memories contain a number of settings that complement the currently selected Music Style. See p. 32. W Disk drive (EM-25 only) This is where you can insert a 2DD or 2HD oppy disk with Standard MIDI Files (SMF) or Music Styles. It also allows you to save your User Program settings and the Songs you record.
U Botn INTELL/LAYER Pulse este botn para aadir una voz armnica automtica a la meloda (INTELL), o para aadir un segundo Tone a la interpretacin de la meloda de la mano derecha (LAYER). V Botones ONE TOUCH (12, 34) Pulse uno de estos botones para seleccionar la memoria One Touch deseada. Para seleccionar la memoria 2 o 4, deber pulsar el botn correspondiente dos veces. Las memorias One Touch contienen un nmero de ajustes que complementan el Estilo Musical actualmente seleccionado. Consulte la p. 32. W Unidad de disco (slo EM-25) Aqu es donde puede insertar un disquete 2DD o 2HD con Archivos MIDI Estndar (SMF) o Estilos Musicales. Tambin le permite guardar los ajustes de un Programa de Usuario y las Canciones que grabe.
U Bouton INTELL/LAYER Appuyez sur ce bouton pour ajouter une voix dharmonie automatique votre mlodie (INTELL) ou pour ajouter un deuxime son la mlodie joue de la main droite (LAYER). V Boutons ONE TOUCH (12, 34) Appuyez sur un de ces boutons pour choisir la mmoire One Touch voulue. Pour slectionner la mmoire 2 ou 4, appuyez deux fois sur le bouton correspondant. Les mmoires One Touch contiennent un nombre de rglages qui sont complmentaires au style musical en question. Voyez p. 32. W Lecteur de disquette (EM-25 uniquement) Chargez une disquette 2DD ou 2HD contenant des chiers Standard MIDI (SMF) ou des styles musicaux. Vous pouvez aussi sauvegarder vos rglages de programmes utilisateur et les morceaux (Songs) que vous enregistrez.
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X MIDI OUT/IN sockets Connect the MIDI OUT socket to the MIDI IN jack of your computer (or MIDI instrument) to transfer MIDI data from the EM-25/EM-15 to the computer or external MIDI instrument. Connect the MIDI IN socket of the EM-25/ EM-15 to the computers MIDI OUT jack to receive data from the computer. Y SUSTAIN FOOTSWITCH socket This is where you can connect an optional DP-2, DP-6, or BOSS FS-5U footswitch that allows you to hold (sustain) the notes you play with your right hand. Z DC 12V IN socket This is where you need to connect the supplied adapter (ACO for the EM-15 and ACN for the EM-25).

Remarque: Si vous dmarrez lenregistrement sans lArranger et que vous comptez lancer ce dernier plus tard, nous vous conseillons dactiver le mtronome en appuyant sur [METRONOME].
Press the [START/STOP] button to start Arranger playback with the selected Division at the next downbeat. Activate the SYNC START function and press one or several keys to the left of the Split point.
Note: It is also possible to record in PIANO, ORGAN, and M.DRUMS modes (after pressing the buttons of the same name). In that case, you should use the metronome. The songs time signature can be set with the MetroTS function. See page 26.
Pulse el botn [START/STOP] para iniciar la reproduccin del Arranger sin la Divisin seleccionada en el prximo tiempo fuerte. Active la funcin SYNC START y pulse una de las diferentes teclas a la izquierda del punto de Divisin.
Nota: Tambin es posible grabar en los modos PIANO, ORGAN, y M.DRUMS (despus de pulsar los botones del mismo nombre). En este caso, debera utilizar el metrnomo. El tipo de comps de la cancin se puede ajustar con la funcin MetroTS. Consulte la pgina 26.
Appuyez sur [START/STOP] pour lancer le jeu de lArranger avec la mesure spcie sur le prochain temps fort. Activez la fonction SYNC START et enfoncez une ou plusieurs touches gauche du point de partage.
Remarque: Vous pouvez aussi enregistrer en modes PIANO, ORGAN et M.DRUMS (aprs avoir enfonc le bouton du mme nom). Dans ce cas, veillez utiliser le mtronome. Vous pouvez rgler larmure de temps du morceau avec la fonction MetroTS. Voyez page 26.
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(11) Stop recording in one of the following ways: Press [START/STOP]. Press the [ENDING] button to start the Ending phrase. As soon as it ends, recording stops.
(11) Detenga la grabacin siguiendo una de las formas descritas a continuacin: Pulse [START/STOP]. Pulse el botn [ENDING] para iniciar la frase de Final. Tan pronto como termine, la grabacin se detiene.
(11) Arrtez lenregistrement en suivant une des mthodes ci-dessous: Appuyez sur [START/STOP]. Appuyez sur le bouton [ENDING] pour lancer la phrase de nale. Lenregistrement sarrte ds que la nale se termine.

Listening to your song

(1) Press the [SONG] button. The [STYLE] (upper right corner), [INTRO], [ORIGINAL], etc. (center), icons are now deactivated, while the [PLAY], [REC], etc., icons are used. The arrow () appears next to the SONG entry in the left column. (2) Press [ORIGINAL |] to return to the beginning of the song. (3) Press [START/STOP] to start playback. The [PLAY] icon is surrounded by a box to indicate that playback is running. (4) Press [START/STOP] once again to stop playback.

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11. Additional Music Style functions
Apart from the basic Music Style functions covered on page 21 and following, your EM-25/EM-15 also provides the following functions. The following are only available after pressing the [ARRANGER] button (the [ARRANGER] icon must be displayed).
11. Funciones adicionales del Estilo Musical
A parte de las funciones bsicas del Estilo Musical explicadas en la pgina 21 y siguientes, el EM-25/EM-15 dispone tambin de las siguientes funciones. Estn slo estn disponibles despus de pulsar el botn [ARRANGER] (debe visualizarse el icono [ARRANGER]).
11. Fonctions Music Style supplmentaires
Outre les fonctions Music Style lmentaires dcrites la page 21 et aux pages suivantes, votre EM-25/EM-15 propose les fonctions dcrites ci-dessous. Ces fonctions ne sont disponibles que si vous appuyez sur le bouton [ARRANGER] (licne [ARRANGER] doit tre afche).

One Touch

The One Touch function automates quite a few tasks:
The Arranger selects the preset Style tempo. Suitable Reverb and Chorus settings. The EM-25/EM-15 selects Tones for the Upper 1 and Upper 2 parts that are is suitable for the selected Style (eight different possibilities, according to the selected One Touch memory).
La funcin One Touch permite automatizar algunas tareas:
El Arranger selecciona el tempo del Estilo predenido. Ajustes Reverb y Chorus idneos. El EM-25/EM-15 selecciona Tones para las partes Upper 1 y Upper 2 que se adaptan al Estilo seleccionado (ocho posibilidades diferentes, segn la memoria One Touch seleccionada).
La fonction One Touch automatise plusieurs tches:
LArranger choisit le tempo prprogramm du style musical. Les effets Reverb et Chorus adoptent des rglages ad hoc. LEM-25/EM-15 choisit des sons pour les parties Upper 1 et Upper 2 appropris au style en vigueur (huit possibilits diffrentes selon la mmoire One Touch choisie).
There are 4 One Touch memories per Style with different settings for the above parameters. Here is how to select one: (1) Select the desired Music Style. (2) Press the ONE TOUCH [12] or [34] button. The number eld in the upper left corner reads OT, followed by the number of the selected One Touch memory. (3) Press the same ONE TOUCH button again if you need OT2 (12) or OT4 (34). One Touch is switched off every time you select a new Music Style, so you need to repeat the above steps.

Puede formar tres grupos de parte por Estilo (A o B):

DRUMS BASS ACCOMP

Ritmos y percusiones. La lnea de bajo. Otros acompaamientos meldicos (piano, guitarra, cuerdas, etc.).
Chaque style (A ou B) permet de fusionner trois groupes de parties:
La batterie et la percussion La ligne de basse Dautres accompagnements mlodiques (piano, guitare, cordes, etc.)
Other melodic accompaniments (piano, guitar, ACCOMP strings, etc.).
The seven rectangles of the STYLE MORPHING eld keep you posted about the Style (A or B) whose drum, bass, and/or accompaniment lines are used. See the rightmost illustration. (1) Press the [DRUM A/B] button once to select the drum part of the other Style (A or B). Press it again to return to the previous drum part. (2) Press the [BASS A/B] button once to select the bass part of the other Style (A or B).
Los siete rectngulos del campo STYLE MORPHING le informan acerca del Estilo (A o B) cuya percusin, bajo, y/ o lneas de acompaamiento se utilizan. Consulte el dibujo de ms a la derecha. (1) Pulse el botn [DRUM A/B] una vez para seleccionar la parte de percusin del otro Estilo (A o B). Plselo de nuevo para volver a la parte de percusin anterior. (2) Pulse el botn [BASS A/B] una vez para seleccionar la parte de bajo del otro Estilo (A o B).
Les sept rectangles de la zone STYLE MORPHING vous informent sur le style (A ou B) dont la batterie, la basse et/ou les lignes daccompagnement sont utilises. Voyez la dernire illustration droite. (1) Appuyez une fois sur le bouton [DRUM A/B] pour choisir la partie de batterie de lautre style (A ou B). Enfoncez-le nouveau pour retourner la partie de batterie prcdente. (2) Appuyez une fois sur le bouton [BASS A/B] pour choisir la partie de basse de lautre style (A ou B).
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Press it again to return to the previous bass part. (3) Press the [ACCOMP A/B] button once to select the melodic parts of the other Style (A or B). Press it again to return to the previous accompaniment parts.
Plselo de nuevo para volver a la parte de bajo anterior. (3) Pulse el botn [ACCOMP A/B] una vez para seleccionar las partes meldicas del otro Estilo (A o B). Plselo de nuevo para volver a las partes de acompaamiento anteriores.
Selecting another B Style
As stated earlier, the B Style is prepared automatically whenever you select an A Style, so that the Style Morphing function is ready whenever you are. If you do not agree with this preset selection (or want to experiment with other Styles), hold down the [STYLE] button and select the desired B Style using the [1]~[8] keypad. This selection will also be written to a User Program.

Note: The Layer function is not available when you activate the Melody Intelligence function (see p. 33).
(1) Para utilizar Upper 1 y Upper 2, pulse el botn [MELODY INT] una vez o ms hasta que el icono Layer (consulte el dibujo de la derecha) aparezca en la pantalla. El icono Layer le indica que la parte Upper 2 se aade ahora a Upper 1. Cada nota de solo/meloda que toque sonar mediante dos Tones.
Nota: La funcin Layer no est disponible si activa la funcin Melody Intelligence (consulte la p. 33).
(1) Pour utiliser simultanment les parties Upper 1 et Upper 2, appuyez une fois ou deux sur le bouton [MELODY INT] jusqu ce que licne Layer (voyez lillustration de droite) safche lcran. Licne Layer vous indique que la partie Upper 2 est prsent superpose Upper 1. Chaque note de votre solo/ mlodie dclenche donc deux sons.
Remarque: La fonction Layer nest pas disponible quand vous avez activ la fonction Melody Intelligence (voyez p. 33).
(2) Press [MELODY INT] again to switch de Layer function off again.
Note: By doing so, you may activate the Melody Intelligence function. If that is not what you want, press [MELODY INT] again (so that neither the MELODY INTELL nor the LAYER icon is displayed).
(2) Pulse [MELODY INT] de nuevo para desactivar la funcin Layer de nuevo.
Nota: Con esto, puede activar la funcin Melody Intelligence. Si esto no es lo que desea, pulse [MELODY INT] de nuevo (de manera que ni el icono MELODY INTELL ni el LAYER se visualicen).
(2) Appuyez nouveau sur [MELODY INT] pour couper la fonction Layer.
Remarque: Ce faisant, vous pourriez activer la fonction Melody Intelligence. Si cest le cas et que cela ne vous arrange pas, appuyez nouveau sur [MELODY INT] (de sorte que ni licne MELODY INTELL ni licne LAYER ne soit afche).
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Selecting Tone Variations
Tone Variations are alternatives for the Tones you can select with the numeric keypad. The PIANO bank, for instance, contains a grand piano, an upright piano, an electric piano, etc. These are the Tones. If you also want to specify the kind of grand piano (mellow, bright, stereo/ mono), you need to turn to the Variations (i.e. Tone subcategories). Variations are indicated by means of a smaller number in the upper left corner of the display (see the rightmost illustration).

(5) Si es necesario, seleccione el Estilo Musical cuya parte de percusin desee utilizar como acompaamiento. Consulte la p. 23. (6) Pulse el botn [G REC] una vez o dos para seleccionar la funcin [REC]. (7) Empiece a grabar en uno de los siguientes modos: a) Toque las primeras notas de la meloda (a la derecha del punto de Divisin). Con esto se iniciar la grabacin sin las percusiones de Arranger. Puede aadirlas cuando quiera pulsando [START/STOP]. La percusin se iniciar en el prximo tiempo fuerte.
(5) Si ncessaire, choisissez le style dont vous voulez la partie Drum comme accompagnement. Voyez p. 23. (6) Appuyez une fois ou deux sur le bouton [G REC] pour choisir la fonction [REC]. (7) Lancez lenregistrement en suivant une des mthodes ci-dessous: a) Jouez les premires notes de la mlodie ( droite du point de partage). Vous lancez ainsi lenregistrement sans la batterie de lArranger. Vous pouvez lajouter tout moment en appuyant sur [START/STOP]. La partie de batterie dmarre sur le prochain temps fort.
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Note: If you start recording without the Arranger drums and want to bring them in at a later stage, it would be a good idea to switch on the metronome. Nota: Si empieza la grabacin sin la percusin del Arranger y quiere introducirla ms tarde, es una buena idea activar el metrnomo. Remarque: Si vous lancez lenregistrement sans la partie de batterie de lArranger et que vous comptez lincorporer plus loin dans le morceau, nous vous conseillons dactiver le mtronome.
b) Press the [START/STOP] button to start Arranger drum playback with the selected Division. c) Press one or several keys to the left of the Split point (to play the rst Lower-part notes). d) Press [SYNC START] to activate this function, and play one or several notes to the left of the Split point. The Arranger drums will start in sync with your rst notes. (8) Stop recording in one of the following ways: a) If you started recording using methods (b) or (d) above, press [START/STOP] to stop both the Arranger and recording. b) Press [G REC] again. c) Press the [ENDING] button to start the Ending phrase. As soon as it ends, recording stops. Here is what can be recorded. Not all parts need to be used at all times. (Upper 2 cannot be used without Upper 1, while M.Drums means that Upper 1/2 are not available.)

(On, OFF, Default setting: OFF) In ORGAN mode, you can add a bass line to your left-hand playing by switching on a part called M.Bass. The M.Bass part sounds bass notes based on the chords you play in the left half of the keyboard. If the Bass Inversion function (see p. 60) is off, the M.Bass part sounds the root notes (fundamentals) of the chords you play with your left hand (using the Lower part). If the Bass Inversion icon ( ) is displayed, the M. Bass part sounds the lowest note of the chords you play with your left hand (not necessarily the root).
(On, OFF, Dfaut: OFF) En mode ORGAN, vous pouvez ajouter une ligne de basse votre jeu de la main gauche en activant une partie appele M.Bass. La partie M.Bass joue des notes de basse reposant sur les accords que vous jouez dans la moiti gauche du clavier. Quand la fonction Bass Inversion (voyez p. 60) est coupe, la partie M.Bass joue la tonique des accords que vous jouez de la main gauche (avec la partie Lower). Quand licne Bass Inversion ( ) est afche, la partie M. Bass produit la note la plus basse des accords jous de la main gauche (pas ncessairement la tonique).
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ArrSplit (Arranger Split)
(48~84, Default setting: 60) Use this parameter to set the split point for the Arranger mode.
(48~84, Valor por defecto: 60) Utilice este parmetro para ajustar el punto de divisin para el modo Arranger.
(48~84, Dfaut: 60) Ce paramtre sert rgler le point de partage du mode Arranger.

Arranger

Upper 1 (+ Upper 2)

ArrSplit= 48

ArrSplit= 84
The note you set here is the lowest note you can play with the Upper1/2 parts. The number refers to a note. 60 refers to the note C4 (the one below the [INTRO] button).
La nota que se ajusta aqu es la nota ms baja que usted toca con las partes Upper1/2. El nmero hace referencia a una nota. 60 hace referencia a la nota C4 (la nota que se encuentra debajo del botn [INTRO]).
La note que vous spciez ici est la note la plus grave que vous pouvez jouer avec les parties Upper1/2. Le numro fait rfrence une note. 60 indique la note C4 (celle en-dessous du bouton [INTRO]).

LwrSplit (Lower Split)

(48~84, Default setting: 60) Use this parameter to set the split point for the ORGAN mode (see p. 25). The note you select here is the lowest note you can play with the Upper1/2 parts.
(48~84, Valor por defecto: 60) Utilice este parmetro para ajustar el punto de divisin para el modo ORGAN (consulte la p. 25). La nota que seleccione aqu es la nota ms baja que puede tocar con las partes Upper1/2.
(48~84, Dfaut: 60) Ce paramtre sert rgler le point de partage du mode ORGAN (voyez p. 25). La note choisie ici correspond la note la plus grave que vous pouvez jouer avec les parties Upper1/2.

Les canaux de transmission et de rception de toutes les parties adopts par lEM-25/EM-15 rpondent une norme tacite de Roland utilise par les instruments rcents des sries E, G et RA. Vous ne pouvez pas les modier. Le tableau suivant permet de vrier via quel canal une partie donne de lEM-25/EM-15 reoit les messages.
Upper 1 Upper 2 Lower M. Bass M. Drums
A. Drums A. Bass Accomp. 1 Accomp. 2 Accomp. 3
Accomp. 4 Accomp. 5 Accomp. 6

MIDI Function parameters

See Editing parameters (general procedure) (p. 56) for how to select and set these Function parameters (they belong to the same Function menu as the General Function parameters).

Parmetros MIDI Function

Consulte Editar parmetros (procedimiento general) (p. 56) para ms informacin acerca de cmo seleccionar y ajustar los parmetros Function (pertenecen al mismo men Function que Parmetros Function generales).
Paramtres de fonction MIDI
Pour savoir comment choisir et rgler ces paramtres Function, voyez Edition de paramtres (procdure gnrale) (p. 56) (ils font partie du mme menu Function que les Paramtres Function gnraux).
MIDI TxRx (MIDI transmission and reception)
This parameter allows you to specify which EM-25/EM-15 parts should transmit and receive MIDI messages:

ALL KBD STL OFF

MIDI TxRx (transmisin y recepcin MIDI)
Este parmetro le permite especicar qu partes del EM-25/EM-15 deberan transmitir y recibir mensajes MIDI:
MIDI TxRx (transfert et rception MIDI)
Ce paramtre dnit quelles parties de lEM-25/EM-15 peuvent transmettre et recevoir des messages MIDI:
All parts. Only the Keyboard parts (the 1st column in the table above). Only the Arranger parts (A.Drums~Accomp 6). None of the EM-25/EM-15s parts transmits/receives MIDI messages.
Toutes les parties Uniquement les parties Keyboard (la 1e colonne du tableau ci-dessus). Uniquement les parties Arranger (A.Drums~Accomp 6). Aucune des parties de lEM-25/EM-15 ne transmet et ne reoit de messages MIDI.
Todas las partes. Slo las partes del teclado (la 1 columna de la tabla anterior). Slo las partes del Arranger (A.Drums~Accomp 6). Ninguna de las partes del EM-25/EM-15 transmite/ recibe mensajes MIDI.
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NTA Rx14 (Note-to-Arranger reception on/off)
(On/Off) NTA is short for Note-to-Arranger, or the notes you play in the left half of the keyboard to feed the Arranger with chord information. These notes can also be received via MIDI. If you want the Arranger to use these notes, you must transmit them on MIDI channel 14 (from your computer or external MIDI instrument to the EM-25/EM-15) and select On here. NTA notes can only be received (they are not transmitted). The notes you play on the EM-25/EM-15s keyboard are indeed transmitted to the Arranger, from there to the Arranger parts, and used to play the accompaniment in the right key. Since all Music Style notes are transmitted via MIDI, there is no need to send the NTA notes separately.

CHROMATIC PERCUSSION GBN PC CC00 A00 A00 A00 A00 AA00 AA00 A00 AAA00
Sound Name Celesta Glocken MusicBox Vib Vib.w Marimba MarimbaW Xylophon Tub-bell ChurcBel Carillon Santur

Voices 1 1

CC00 08
Sound Name NylonGtr Ukulele NylonGto NylonGt2 StStrGt 12-strGt Mandolin Jazz Gtr HawaiGt CleanGtr ChorusGt MutedGtr FunkGtr FunkGtr2 OvdrvGt1 DstortG1 FeedbGtr

Voices 2

PC 47 48

CC00 00

Sound Name Violin SlViolin Viola Cello Contrabs TremoStr Pizzicat Harp Timpani

Voices 1

ENSEMBLE GBN PC AA711 AAA731
Sound Name Strings Orchestr SlowStr Syn Str1 SyStrng3
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GBN A74 A75 A751 A76 A77 A78
Sound Name Syn.Str2 ChoirAah ChoirAh2 VoiceOoh SynVox Orch Hit

Voices 1 2

PIPE GBN B21 B22 B23 B24 B25 B26 B27 B28 SYNTH LEAD GBN B31 B311 B312 B32 B321 B322 B33 B34 B35 B36 B37 B38 SYNTH PAD GBN B41 B42 B43 B44 B45 B46 B47 B48 PC CC00 CC0 Sound Name Piccolo Flute Recorder PanFlute BotBlow Shakuhac Whistle Ocarina Voices 1 1
BRASS GBN PC AAA821 AAAA851 AA861 AA871 A872 AA881 A882

CC08 16

Sound Name Trumpet Trombone Trombne2 Tuba MutedTp Fr Horn FrHorn2 Brass 1 Brass 2 SyBrass1 SyBrass3 AnBrass1 SyBrass2 SyBrass4 AnBrass2
Sound Name Square W Square SineWave Saw Wave Saw DoctSolo SynCall ChifferL Charang Solo Vox 5th SawW Bas&Lead

Voices 2 2

SYNTH SFX GBN B51 B52 B53 B531 B54 B55 B56 B57 B571 B572 B58 ETHNIC MISC GBN B61 B611 B62 B63 B64 B641 B65 B66 B67 B68 PERCUSSIVE GBN B71 B72 B73 B74 B741 B75 B751 B76 B761 B77 B771 B772

PC 103

CC02 00
Sound Name Ice Rain Soundtrk Crystal SyMallet Atmosph Brightns Goblin EchoDrop EchoBell Echo Pan StarThem

PC 111 112

Sound Name Sitar Sitar 2 Banjo Shamisen Koto TKoto Kalimba Bag Pipe Fiddle Shanai
REED GBN B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 PC CC00 CC0 Sound Name SoprSax Alto Sax TenorSax BaritSax Oboe EnglHorn Bassoon Clarinet Voices 1 1

PC 95 96

Sound Name Fantasia Warm Pad Polysynt SpVoice BowGlass MetalPad Halo Pad SweepPad

Voices 2 1

PC 119
Sound Name TinkBell Agogo SteelDrm Woodblck Castanet Taiko ConcrtBD MeloTom1 MeloTom2 SynthDrm 808 Tom ElecPerc
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GBN B78 SFX GBN B81 B811 B812 B82 B821 B83 B831 B832 B833 B834 B835 B84 B841 B842 B843 B85 B851 B852 B853 B854 B855 B86 B861 B862 B863 B864 B865 B866 B867 B868 B869

PC 120

CC32 0

Sound Name RevrsCym

PC 121

122 123

CC08 09
Sound Name GFrtNois GtCNoise StrSlap BrtNoise FlKClick Seashore Rain Thunder Wind Stream Bubble Bird Dog HorseGlp Bird 2 Telephn1 Telephn2 DCreakng Door Scratch Windchim Helicptr CarEngin Car Stop Car Pass CarCrash Siren Train Jetplane Starship BrstNois

GBN B87 B871 B872 B873 B874 B875 B88 B881 B882 B883

PC 127

Sound Name Applause Laughing Screamin Punch Heart Footstep Gun Shot MachGun Lasergun Explsion
Names in bold type: automatic best-of selection when you use the numeric keypad for selecting Tones. This may be a Variation rather than the intended main (Capital) Tone.
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Music Style list

No. Name BPM TimeS CC00 CC32 No. Name BPM TimeS CC00 CC32 No. Name BPM TimeS CC00 CC32
ROCK & DANCE 11 RockRockRockSh Rock 15 Hip Hop 16 Techno 17 House 18 Dance POP 8B Pop1 8B Pop2 8B Pop3 8B Pop4 16B Pop1 16B Pop2 16B Pop3 16B Pop4

156 162

4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 6/8 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4
JAZZ 41 Sl Swing 42 MedSwing 43 Sw Combo 44 BrtSwing 45 FstSwing 46 BigBandBigBandJazzWltz LATIN 51 BossaBossaSambaSambaChaCha 56 Mambo 57 Salsa 58 Merengue VARIETY Blues 62 R&B 63 Shufe 64 Foxtrot 65 Charlest 66 PopRock 67 Rhumba 68 Beguine

100 110

4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 3/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4
VARIETY March 72 Polka 73 PDoble 74 Country 75 Musette 76 Sl Waltz 77 Tango 78 Reggae ACOUSTIC 81 G Slow 82 G Bossa 83 G Pop 84 G FstPop 85 P Ballad 86 P Shuf 87 P Night 88 P Jazz

60 150

4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 3/4 3/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4
50's & 60's 31 Sl RockSl RockBalladBalladRock'NRock'NBoogie 38 Twist

Drum Sets

PC 1 STANDARD 35 C47 C59 C71 C83 CSide Stick Snare Drum 1 Hand Clap Snare Drum 2 Low Tom 2* Closed Hi-Hat [EXC1] Low Tom1 Pedal Hi-Hat [EXC1] Mid Tom2 Open Hi-Hat [EXC1] Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 Crash Cymbal 1 High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal 1 Chinese Cymbal Ride Bell Tambourine Splash Cymbal Cowbell Crash Cymbal 2 Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal 2 High Bongo Low Bongo Mute High Conga Open High Conga Low Conga High Timbale Low Timbale High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas Short High Whistle [EXC2] Long Low Whistle [EXC2] Short Guiro [EXC3] Long Guiro [EXC3] Claves High Wood Block Low Wood Block Mute Cuica [EXC4] Open Cuica [EXC4] Mute Triangle [EXC5] Open Triangle [EXC5] Shaker Jingle Bell Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC6] Open Surdo [EXC6] --PC: <--: ---: [EXC]: Program change number (Drum Set Number) Same as the percussion sound of STANDARD (PC1) No sound Percussion sounds of the same EXC number cannot be played simultaneously. <-<-<-<-Room Low Tom 2 <-Room Low Tom 1 <-Room Mid Tom 2 <-Room Mid Tom 1 Room High Tom 2 <-Room High Tom 1 <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<---<-Gated SD 1 <-<-Room Low Tom 2 <-Room Low Tom 1 <-Room Mid Tom 2 <-Room Mid Tom 1 Room High Tom 2 <-Room High Tom 1 <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<---<-Elec SD <-Gated SD Elec Low Tom 2 <-Elec Low Tom 1 <-Elec Mid Tom 2 <-Elec Mid Tom 1 Elec High Tom 2 <-Elec High Tom 1 <-Reverse Cymbal <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<---High Q Slap Scratch Push Scratch Pull Sticks Square Click Metronome Click Metronome Bell Kick Drum 2 Kick Drum Rim Shot 808 Snare Drum <-<-808 Low Tom Closed Hi-Hat [EXC1] 808 Low Tom Closed Hi-Hat2 [EXC1] 808 Mid Tom Open Hi-Hat [EXC1] 808 Mid Tom High Tom Cymbal 808 High Tom 1 <-<-<-<-<-808 Cowbell <-<-<-<-<-808 High Conga 808 Mid Conga 808 Low Conga <-<-<-<-<-808 Maracas <-<-<-<-808 Claves <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<---<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<---<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-MONDO Kick <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-Elec BD <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-808 Bass Drum <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-Brush Tap Brush Slap Brush Swirl <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<---PC 9 ROOM PC 17 POWER PC 25 ELECTRON PC 26 TR-808 PC 33 JAZZ PC 41 BRUSH PC 49 ORCHSTRA Closed Hi-Hat [EXC1] Pedal Hi-Hat [EXC1] Open Hi-Hat [EXC1] Ride Cymbal <-<-<-<-Concert BD 2 Concert BD 1 <-Concert SD Castanets Concert SD Timpani F Timpani F# Timpani G Timpani G# Timpani A Timpani A# Timpani B Timpani c Timpani c# Timpani d Timpani d# Timpani e Timpani f <-<-<-Concert Cymbal 2 <-Concert Cymbal 1 <-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-<-Applause PC 57 SFX ------------------------High Q Slap Scratch Push Scratch Pull Sticks Square Click Metronome Click Metronome Bell Guitar Sliding Finger Guitar cutting noise (down) Guitar cutting noise (up) String Slap of double bass Key Click Laughing Screaming Punch Heart Beat Footsteps 1 Footsteps 2 Applause Door Creaking Door Scratch Wind Chimes Car Engine Car Stop Car Passing Car Crash Siren Train Jetplane Helicopter Starship Gun Shot Machine Gun Laser Gun Explosion Dog Horse-Gallop Birds Rain Thunder Wind Seashore Stream Bubble ---------

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MIDI Implementation Chart
[Creative Keyboard] Style mode Model: EM-25/EM-15
Function. Basic Channel Default Changed 1~12, 16 X 1~16 X Transmitted Recognized Remarks
1= ACC1, 2= A.BASS, 3= ACC2, 4= Upper, 5= ACC3, 6= Layer 7= ACC4, 8= ACC5, 9= ACC6 10= A.Drums/Stl PC, 11= Lower, 14= NTA, 16= M.Drums
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Date: March 2001 Version: 1.00
Mode Note Number True Voice Note ON Note OFF Keys Chs O *3 *3 *3 O X X O O O X O X Velocity After Touch Pitch Bend 0~127 ***** 0~127 0~127 Default Message Altered Mode 3 Mode 3, 4 (M=1) ***** Mode 3 Mode 3, 4 (M=1) *2 *3 *3 Control Change *3 0,5 6, 93 98, 99 100, 101 *3 True # O ***** X Song Position Pointer Song Sel Tune Clock Commands X X X O O *1 *1 O O X O O O O O X X X O O O O X O O O O O O O O O O O O O (Reverb) O (Chorus) O O O 0~127 O X X X O O Bank Select Modulation Portamento Time Data Entry Volume Panpot Expression Hold 1 Portamento Sostenuto Soft Portamento Control Effect 1 Depth Effect 3 Depth NRPN LSB, MSB RPN LSB, MSB Program Number 1~128 Program Change System Exclusive System Common System Real Time Aux Messages All Sounds Off Reset All Controllers Local On/Off All Notes Off Active Sense Reset Notes Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY X X X X O X O (120, 126, 127) O (121) O O (123-125) O X *1 O X is selectable *2 Recognized as M=1 even if M1 *3 Only for Style parts Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO O: Yes X: No
[Creative Keyboard] Song mode Model: EM-25/EM-15
Function. Basic Channel Mode Note Number True Voice Note ON Note OFF Keys Chs O *3 *3 *3 O O O *3 *3 O O O X O X Velocity After Touch Pitch Bend 0~127 ***** 0~127 0~127 Default Message Altered *2 Mode 3 Mode 3, 4 (M=1) ***** Mode 3 Mode 3, 4 (M=1) Default Changed 1~16 X 1~16 X Transmitted Recognized Remarks
3=Lower, 4=Upper, 6=Layer 10=M.Drums
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Control Change

0,5 6, 93 98, 99 100, 101 *3 *3 *3 O ***** O O X X Clock Commands O O *1 True #
O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O O O O O O (Reverb) O (Chorus) O O O 0~127 O O X X *1 *1 O O *1
Bank Select Modulation Portamento Time Data Entry Volume Panpot Expression Hold 1 Portamento Sostenuto Soft Portamento Control Effect 1 Depth Effect 3 Depth NRPN LSB, MSB RPN LSB, MSB Program Number 1~128
Program Change System Exclusive System Common System Real Time
Song Position Pointer Song Sel Tune

Aux Messages

All Sounds Off Reset All Controllers Local On/Off All Notes Off Active Sense Reset Notes Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY

O O X O O X

O (120, 126, 127) O (121) O O (123-125) O X *1 O X is selectable *2 Recognized as M=1 even if M1 *3 Only for Song parts Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO O: Yes X: No
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Numerics

2nd TRK. 31 Flanger.59
Game.15 Guess Style. 18 Tone. 17
Advanced. 16 ALL. 69 Arr Mem. 60 Split. 62 Arranger. 11, 21, 84 Split. 62 Stop. 23
Metronome.26 MIDI.68 Sync.70 Minus One.46, 62 Mstr Tune.57 Music Style.23 Channel.70

Hall.58

Note to Arranger.70 NTA Rx14.70
Impssble.78 Incompat.82 Intro.22
Octave.60 ORGAN.11 Organ.25 Split.62 Original.22
Source. 81 Split. 25 Arranger.62 Lower.62 Standard MIDI File. 47 STL. 69 StrStpTx. 71 Style. 23 Demo.14 PC.70 Sync Rx. 70 Sync Start. 23

Beginner. 16

Tempo. 22 Tone. 24 Demo.14 Transpose. 43 Value.57 Trp Value. 57 Tune. 57 TxRx. 69 Type. 20
Chord Finder. 19 Memory. 60 Chorus. 59 Chr. 62 Clock Tx. 71 Copy. 80

KBD.69 Kbd Velocity.57

Load UPr.75 Local.72 Loop.46 Lower.25 LWR Int. 61 Mem. 61 Octv. 60 Split. 62 Lyrics Tx.70
Panel.8 PIANO.11 Piano.26 Plate.58 PLAY.30
Delay. 58 Delete. 79 Demo. 13, 84 Destin. 81 Disk Copy. 80 Drm. 62 Drum Set. 27 Drums. 27
UP1 Octv. 60 UP2 Octv. 60 User Program. 64
Record.28 Repeat.46 Resume.63 Reverb.58 Room.58 Root.19 Rx.69
Variation. 22 Velocity. 57 Volume. 15
M.Bass.59 Switch. 61 M.Drums. 11, 27 Marker A/B.46 MEL.62 Metro TS. 57 Vol. 58 Metro TS.26

Ending. 22 Expert. 16

Save.76 Short Delay.59 SMF.47 Song Pos P.71 Save.76
Feedback Chorus. 59 Fill. 22

 

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