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USERS GUIDE GUA DEL USUARIO
Please keep all information for future reference. Guarde toda informacin para tener como referencia futura.
Safety Precautions Before trying to use the digital piano, be sure to read the separate Safety Precautions. Precauciones de seguridad Antes de intentar usar el piano digital, asegrese de leer las Precauciones de seguridad separadas.

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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

10. 11. 12.

13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER -SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.

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Contents

General Guide.. E-2 Connections.. E-4
Connecting Headphones.. E-4 Connecting an audio or musical instrument amplifier. E-4

Other Settings.. E-26

Keyboard Touch... E-26 Keyboard Tuning.. E-26 Layer Tone Volume.. E-26 Display Contrast... E-26 Using MIDI.. E-27
Selecting and Using Built-in Tones. E-6
Tone Type... E-6 Selecting a Tone.. E-6 Using Tone Effects.. E-7 Layering Two Tones.. E-7 Splitting the Keyboard between Two Tones. E-8 Using Layer and Split Together.. E-8 Using the Pedals... E-9 Using the Metronome.. E-9
Connecting to a Computer.. E-27 USB Mode and MIDI Mode... E-28 Expanding the Number of Built-in Tunes.. E-28

P CHORD root name Q Percussion instrument list R Dial S CARD FUNCTION button T EXECUTE button U Card slot V [] cursor/NO button W [] cursor/YES button X TONE buttons Y BANK button Z REGISTRATION buttons [ STORE button \ SPLIT button ] LAYER button _ REVERB CHORUS button a SETTING button [Front] b Power Indicator [Bottom] c USB port d MIC IN jack e LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks f MIDI OUT/IN terminals g PHONES jacks h AC Power jack i Pedal Connector
NOTE Key, button, and other names are indicated in the text of this manual using bold type. See page E-37 for details on the stand. This digital piano has two PLAY/STOP buttons. In this manual, the PLAY/STOP button that is located under the SING ALONG button is indicated as <PLAY/STOP>. MODE Each chapter of this manual starts with an illustration of the digital pianos console, which shows the buttons and other controllers you need to operate.

START/STOP

Memory Protection
Certain settings and memory contents are retained even when the digital piano is turned off. This means that the data and settings will still be available when you turn the digital piano back on again. This following is a list of the major settings and memory contents that are retained. Song Memory Data Registration Memory Contents User Songs Display Contrast Setting Music Library Song Numbers

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Connections

IMPORTANT! Whenever connecting external equipment, first set the MAIN VOLUME knob of the digital piano and the volume controller of the external equipment to relatively low volume settings. You can later adjust volume to the level you want after connections are complete.
Connecting an audio or musical instrument amplifier
Connecting to an audio or musical instrument amplifier provides even clearer, more powerful sound through external speakers.

Connecting Headphones

Connect commercially available headphones to the digital pianos PHONES jacks. This cuts off the built-in speakers, which means you can practice even late at night without disturbing others. To protect your hearing, make sure that you do not set the volume level too high when using headphones. [Bottom]

PHONES jacks Headphones

IMPORTANT! The digital piano automatically adjusts sound output to optimize for headphone output (when headphones are connected) or builtin speaker output (when headphones are not connected). Note that this feature also affects the sound output from the LINE OUT R and L/MONO jacks.

[Bottom]

Audio amplifier AUX IN, etc. PIN plugs

RIGHT (Red) LEFT (White)

Standard jacks

INPUT 1

NOTE Be sure to push the headphones plug into the PHONES jack as far as it will go. If you dont, you may hear sound from only one side of the headphones.

INPUT 2

Standard plug
Guitar amplifier, keyboard amplifier, etc.

Left limit of the high range Low range High range
Press the LAYER and SPLIT buttons as required so the indicators of both buttons are lit.
A note does not sound when you press a keyboard key at this time.
Use the procedure under Layering Two Tones to select the right layered tone. Use the procedure under To specify the keyboard split point to specify the split point. Now you can play using your layered tones and split keyboard.
After you are finished using layer and split, press the LAYER button to unlayer it and the SPLIT button to unsplit it.
Sp l i t 0Po i n t : 00000 F#30000000000000000000
NOTE The split point is the boundary between the Auto Accompaniment area (pages E-11, E-12) and the melody area of the keyboard. You can change the location of the split point, which also changes the sizes of the keyboard areas.

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Using the Pedals
The AP-80R comes equipped with the three pedals shown in the illustration below.

Using the Metronome

Press the METRONOME button.
This starts the metronome.
Rotate the dial to select the number of beats per measure.
Note that you need to select the number of beats per measure with the dial within a few seconds after turning on the metronome. If you dont, the display will exit the setting screen.
Soft pedal Sostenuto pedal

Damper pedal

Me t r o n ome 0Be a t : 0 [ 0]00000000000000
You can select a value in the range of 2 through 6. With each setting, a chime sounds as the first beat of each measure, and the remaining beats sound as clicks. Specifying 0 as the setting plays a straight click, without any chime. This setting lets you practice with a steady beat.
Pedal functions G Damper pedal Pressing this pedal causes notes to reverberate and to sustain longer. G Soft pedal Pressing this pedal dampens notes and slightly reduces their volume. Only notes played after the pedal is depressed are affected, and any notes played before the pedal is pressed sound at their normal volume. G Sostenuto pedal Like the damper pedal, this pedal causes notes to reverberate and to sustain longer. The difference between the two pedals is the timing when they are pressed. With the sostenuto pedal, you press the pedal after depressing the notes you want to sustain. Only the notes whose keyboard keys are depressed when the sostenuto pedal is pressed are affected.
Use the TEMPO buttons to adjust the tempo.

Slower Faster

NOTE You can also use the dial to change the tempo setting while the current setting is indicated by a value in brackets ([ ]) on the display. Example: [T=120] The value indicates the number of beats per minutes. To return the tempo to its initial default setting, press the TEMPO and buttons at the same time.

To stop the metronome, press the METRONOME button again.

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Playing a Rhythm

You can select from among 120 built-in rhythms. See the Rhythm List on page A-3 for more information.
Press the START/STOP button to start play of the selected rhythms normal pattern. If you want to change to the variation rhythm pattern, press the VARIATION/FILL-IN button.
To return to the normal rhythm pattern, press the NORMAL/FILL-IN button.
NOTE FOR PIANO group rhythms 10 through 19 consist of chord accompaniments only, without any drums or other percussion instruments. These rhythms do not sound unless CASIO CHORD, FINGERED, or FULL RANGE CHORD is selected as the accompaniment mode. With such rhythms, make sure that CASIO CHORD, FINGERED, or FULL RANGE CHORD is selected before you try playing chords. Note that there are two different patterns for each rhythm, named normal and variation. Buttons are available for selecting either the normal pattern or variation pattern.
Rhythms are divided into 8 groups. You can select a group by pressing its RHYTHM button on the digital piano control panel.
To stop the rhythm, press the START/STOP button again.
NOTE You can also start rhythm play by pressing the NORMAL/ FILL-IN button (plays the normal pattern) or VARIATION/ FILL-IN button (plays the variation pattern).
To adjust the tempo of rhythm play
Press one of the eight RHYTHM buttons to select the rhythm group you want.
For a complete list of the rhythms available in each group, see the Rhythm List on page A-3. Example: JAZZ
Use the TEMPO buttons to adjust the tempo of rhythm play.
This causes the indicator lamp of the button to light.
Gr and0P i ano 00 : B i g0Band01
NOTE You can also use the dial to change the tempo setting while the current setting is indicated by a value in brackets ([ ]) on the display. Example: [T=120] The value indicates the number of beats per minutes. To return the selected rhythm to its standard tempo setting, press the TEMPO and buttons at the same time.

C7sus4

Cmadd9

CmM7 *2

Cdim7 *1
NOTE See the Fingered Chord Chart on page A-6 for information about fingering chords with other roots in the accompaniment area.
*1: Inverted fingerings are not supported for these chords. The lowest note fingered is used as the root. See the NOTE below for more information about inverted chords. *2: For these chords, the same chord is specified even if the G fifth is not fingered.
NOTE Except for the chords whose names have *1 after them in the above examples, you can also use inverted fingerings for chords. This means, for example, that you could use the fingering E-G-C or G-C-E instead of C-E-G for C major. Except for the chords whose names have *2 after them in the above examples, you need to press all of the indicated keys in order to finger a chord. Failure to include even a single note may produce a chord that is different from the one you want.

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I FULL RANGE CHORD The FULL RANGE CHORD mode lets you play a total of 38 different types of chords (the same chords available in the FINGERED mode plus 23 more). FULL RANGE CHORD recognizes the pressing of three or more keyboard keys anywhere on the keyboard as a chord fingering. Anything else (pressing one or two keys, or playing any group of notes that does not form a chord fingering that is recognized by the keyboard) is treated as melody notes. FULL RANGE CHORD Mode Keyboard
Adjusting the Volume of Accompaniment, Tune, and Memory Card Playback
Use the procedures below to adjust the volume of the accompaniment, built-in tune playback, and memory card tune playback. These settings are independent of the volume setting for the notes you play on the keyboard. You can specify volume levels in the range of 000 (minimum) to 127 (maximum).
Press the ACCOMP/SONG VOLUME button.
If the RHYTHM button indicator lamp is lit

Accompaniment and Melody

A c c omp 0Vo l ume : [ 127 ] 00000000000000000
If the PIANO, SONG/USER, or CARD button indicator lamp is lit
Recognized Chords Pattern Type FINGERED Number of Chord Variations The 15 chord patterns shown under FINGERED on page E-12. 23 standard chord fingerings. The following are examples of the 23 chords available with C as the bass note. Standard Fingerings
C6 Cm6 C69 D D E F G A B C C C C C C C B D m Dm Fm Gm Am B m C C C C C C C Ddim A 7 F7 Fm7 Gm7 A add9 C C C C C C
So n g 0Vo l ume : [ 127 ] 00000000000000000
Use the dial to adjust the volume level.

Using Auto Harmonize

When you turn on Auto Harmonize in the FINGERED or CASIO CHORD accompaniment mode, the keyboard automatically adds one of the notes that make up the current chord to each melody note you play. This adds more depth to your melody line.
C Example: To play the chord C major and E.

1 E G C

To play with Auto Harmonize

To apply One-Touch Preset settings
Country Octave 5th 3-Way Open 3-Way Close Strings 4-Way Open 4-Way Close Block Big Band
Select the rhythm you want to use.
Use the MODE button to select the accompaniment mode you want to use. Press the ONE TOUCH PRESET button.
This will automatically apply the One-Touch Preset settings in accordance with the rhythm pattern you selected, and enter synchro standby.
Play a chord within the accompaniment keyboard range.
When you do, the rhythm and Auto Accompaniment will start to play. The notes will sound in accordance with the settings of the One-Touch Preset.

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Using Registration Memory
What is registration memory?
Registration memory lets you save up to 16 (4 areas 4 banks) digital piano setups (tone, rhythm, tempo, etc.) for instant recall whenever you need them.
How registration memory organizes its data
Registration memory has four banks, and each bank contains four areas. Use the BANK button to select a bank, and the REGISTRATION buttons to select an area.
Registration Memory Setup Data
The following are the settings that can be saved for each registration memory setup. Tone Rhythm Tempo Layer Setting Split Setting Split point Auto Harmonize Setting Effect setting MODE button setting
1 Bank 1 Bank 2 Bank 3 Bank 4 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1

2 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2

3 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3

4 1-4 2-4 3-4 4-4

NOTE All of the registration memory banks are preset with default data. You cannot recall data from registration memory while playing back a tune from Music Library or a memory card.
1 Each press of the BANK button cycles through the bank numbers, from 1 to 4. 2 Pressing a REGISTRATION button (1 to 4) selects the corresponding area in the currently selected bank.
NOTE Storing a new setup to a registration memory area replaces the setup that was previous stored there. You can save registration memory setup data to a memory card, if you want. See Using a Memory Card on page E-29 for more information.

REGISTRATION

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To store a setup in registration memory
To recall a setup from registration memory
On the digital piano, configure the tone, rhythm, and other settings you want to save as your setup.
See Registration Memory Setup Data (page E-15) for more information.
Use the BANK button to select the registration memory bank that contains the setup you want to recall.

This causes the number of the selected bank to appear on the display for about five seconds. If you do not perform the following step within that time, the bank selection screen will disappear.
Use the BANK button to select the registration memory bank where you want to save the setup.
This causes the number of the selected bank to appear on the display for about five seconds. If you do not perform the following step within that time, the bank selection screen will disappear. Example: Bank 1 selected

Bank 1

WARNING The following step will replace the setup currently in the area you select with the new setup. Make sure you do not need the current setup before performing the next step.
Press the REGISTRATION button (1 to 4) for the area that contains setup you want to recall.
This displays the number of the area you selected along with the message Recall. After that, the tone or rhythm screen reappears.
R e c a l lB a n k 0 A r e a 000000000000000100-002
NOTE If you press a REGISTRATION button without selecting a bank first, the digital piano will recall the setup from the applicable area in the bank you previously last selected.
While holding down the STORE button, press the REGISTRATION button (1 to 4) that corresponds to the area where you want to store the setup.
You can also change the bank selection at this time by pressing the BANK button while holding down the STORE button. Example: After button 2 is pressed
Registration memory contents are retained even when you turn off digital piano power (page E-3, A-7).
S t o r e00000000Bank000Ar ea 000000000000000100-002
Release the REGISTRATION and STORE buttons.

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Playing Back Built-in Tunes
Your digital piano comes with a total of 80 tunes built in. You can play back built-in tunes for your own listening pleasure, or you can use them for practice and even sing-along. Built-in tunes are divided between the two groups described below. Piano Group: 50 tunes The tunes in this group are piano tunes. Song Group: 30 tunes The tunes in this group are Auto Accompaniment tunes. You can connect a microphone to the digital piano and use the sing along mode to sing along with the built-in tunes. In addition to the built-in tunes, you can also sing along with tunes you download over the Internet, and SMF data tunes (page E-19) on memory cards.
Playing Back a Song Group Tune
Page A-4 shows a Song Group List, which lists all of the tunes included in the Song Group. Getting Ready Use the ACCOMP/SONG VOLUME button (page E-13) to adjust the volume level.
Press the SONG/USER button to enter the song mode.

Using the Microphone Jack
You can connect a commercially available microphone to the digital pianos microphone jack. Before connecting a microphone, set the MIC VOLUME knob to a relatively low setting. Next, adjust the volume to the desired level after connecting the microphone.
Set the MIC VOLUME knob to the MIN setting. Use the microphones switch to turn it on. Use the MIC VOLUME knob to adjust the microphone volume level.

MIC VOLUME Knob

To sing along with playback
Getting Ready Adjust the MAIN VOLUME (page E-6), ACCOMP/SONG VOLUME button (page E-13), and MIC VOLUME (page E-20) to appropriate levels.

Higher

Microphone on/off switch
Find the tune you want in the Song Group List, and note its number.
See page A-4 for the Song Group List.
Press the SING ALONG button to enter the sing along mode.
This causes the SING ALONG button indicator lamp to light.

Microphone

IMPORTANT! You may get static noise in the microphone output if there is an external device connected to the digital pianos MIDI terminal. Be sure to unplug the microphone from the digital piano when you are not using it.
Select the sing along source.
<Built-in Tune> Press the SONG/USER button so its indicator lamp is lit. This is the sing along song mode. <Memory Card Tune> Press the CARD button so its indicator lamp is lit. This is the sing along card mode.
MIC VOLUME ECHO SING ALONG

ACCOMP/SONG VOLUME Dial

<PLAY/STOP> TRANSPOSE/KEY CONTROL MAIN VOLUME

SONG/USER

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Press the <PLAY/STOP> button to start playback.
If the song you selected includes lyric data, the lyrics appear on the digital pianos display. Use the microphone to sing along with the playback. When you pressing the SING ALONG button and enter the Sing Along mode, the digital piano will automatically reduce the volume of the melody part of the tune. It will also change the tone setting to make sing along easier.

Using Transpose

The transpose feature lets you transpose the overall pitch of the keyboard in semitone steps. This means you can adjust digital piano tuning to make it easier to sing to a particular tune.
Press the RHYTHM button to enter the rhythm mode.
Note that you cannot use the transpose feature in the song mode and piano mode.
You can use the TRANSPOSE/KEY CONTROL buttons to change the key of the song.
To do this: Raises the key by one semitone. Lower the key by one semitone. Press this button:
Use the TRANSPOSE/KEY CONTROL and to change the key of the digital piano.
To do this: Raises the pitch by one semitone. Lower the pitch by one semitone.

buttons

Press this button:
Key0Con t r o l : 00000000000 [ - 12 ] 00000000000000000
Example: When the digital piano pitch is raised by five semitones
When you want to stop playback, press the <PLAY/ STOP> button again.
The same tune plays repeatedly until you stop it. To exit the Sing Along mode, press the SING ALONG button so its indicator lamp goes out.
Transpose : [ +05 ] 00000000000000000
You can also change the setting by rotating the dial.
NOTE To return the tune to its default key 00, press both of the TRANSPOSE/KEY CONTROL buttons ( and ) at the same time in step 6 of the above procedure.

Using Microphone Echo

You can turn microphone echo on or off as required.
NOTE The transpose setting range is 12 (1 octave down) to +12 (1 octave up). The power on default setting is 00. The transpose screen disappears from the display automatically if you do not perform any button operation for about five seconds. The transpose setting is also reflected in memory tune and Auto Accompaniment play. To return the digital piano to its default pitch 00, press both of the TRANSPOSE/KEY CONTROL buttons ( and ) at the same time in step 2 of the above procedure.
Press the ECHO button to toggle the microphone echo on and off.
The ECHO button indicator lamp disappears when the microphone echo is turned off.
NOTE The microphone echo is turned on automatically whenever you turn on digital piano power.

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Recording Your Keyboard Play
You can record your practice sessions while playing along with a Song Memory tune (Song Recording), or you can record your keyboard play along with the Auto Accompaniment you are using (Free Recording).
Selecting Parts and Tracks
You can determine the current status of each part/track by checking indicator lamps above the TRACK button. G During Playback Standby Each press of the TRACK button toggles Left-hand part/Track 1 and Right-hand part/Track 2 between playback and nonplayback.
Playback (lit) Non-playback (unlit)
Recordable Data, Parts, and Tracks
The type of data that is recorded into Song Memory depends on whether you are performing song recording or free recording. Song Recording: Right-hand part or left-hand part Free Recording: One tune, consisting of two tracks as shown in the illustration below
Start Track 1 Track 2 Auto Accompaniment (rhythm, bass, chords), melody Melody Data recorded in track End
G During Record Standby Each press of the TRACK button toggles Left-hand part/Track 1 and Right-hand part/Track 2 between record standby and playback.
Playback track (lit) Record track (flashing)
Since each track is independent of the other, you can edit a recording by re-recording only one of the tracks.
Using the SONG MEMORY Button
Each press of the SONG MEMORY button cycles through the song memory options in the sequence shown below.

Song Memory Capacity

Song Memory can hold a total of approximately 5,300 notes, which can be divided between a song recording and a free recording. Note that you can use all 5,300 notes for a single recording, if you want. If you do, you will not be able to store a second recording. Recording will stop automatically if Song Memory becomes full. If you are using Auto Accompaniment or a rhythm, they will also stop playing at this time.

Playback Standby

Record Standby

Normal

Flashing

Recorded Data Storage

Starting a new recording deletes any data that was previously recorded in memory. Should power fail during recording, all of the data in the track you are recording will be deleted. A built-in lithium battery supplies the power required to retain digital piano memory contents when power is turned off. Should the lithium battery go dead, memory contents will be lost whenever you turn off digital piano power. For more information, see Memory Protection on page A-7.
SONG MEMORY PIANO SONG/USER
INTRO SYNCHRO/ENDING START/STOP

TRACK TEMPO

Deleting a User Song

Use the following procedure to delete a user song you have loaded to digital piano memory from your computer.
Hold down the SONG/USER button until a user song selection screen appears.
A c t i v e P o r t : M I D I0
If you connect another device to the digital pianos MIDI terminals (only) before turning on power, the screen will show MIDI when you turn on power. Disconnecting from the digital pianos USB port while the digital piano is turned on will cause the MIDI indicator to appear for about one second to indicate the MIDI mode.
ML Us e r So n g De l e t e ? [ 30 : x x x x x x x ] x x x KB
To exit the selection screen, press the NO button.
Use the dial to select the song you want to delete. Press the YES button to delete the song.
The display should now show 0 kilobytes.

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Using a Memory Card
In addition to the digital pianos memory, you can also use a SmartMedia memory card to store digital piano data or data loaded from your computer. The following table shows the types of data you can save to a memory card. <Savable File Types>
Type Music Library tunes Song Memory Data Registration Memory Setups Display Indicator M.L. Song MemorySong Registration File Name Extension.CM2 Song Recording:.CSM Free Recording:.CSR.CR3
Contacts Write protect area
WARNING Use of 5V SmartMedia memory cards is not supported. Note that you will not be able store data to, delete data from, or rename files on a memory card that has a write protect sticker in the write protect area.
The digital piano has a card slot that accepts SmartMediaTM memory cards. This provides you with the means to store virtually unlimited amounts of user song and other data from digital piano memory. SmartMedia memory cards are available in capacities ranging from 8MB up to 128MB. The cost of a card varies according to its capacity. Note also that SmartMedia memory cards are available for two different voltages: 3.3V and 5V. This digital piano supports the use of 3.3V cards. Though a SmartMedia memory card is about the size of a postage stamp, it has anywhere from eight times to 100 times the storage capacity of a floppy diskette, and it provides very high-speed access. SmartMedia memory cards are available from household appliance stores, computer shops, etc. * SmartMediaTM is a trademark of Toshiba Corporation.
Memory Card and Card Slot Handling Precautions

After you are finished formatting the memory card, press the CARD FUNCTION button so its indicator lamp goes out.

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Memory Card Error Messages
Display Message Err Card R/W Err CardFull Cause There is something wrong with the memory card. The memory card is full. Use a different card. 1. Use a different card. 2. Delete files you no longer need from the card (page E- 32). 1. Remove the card and reinsert it correctly (page E-30). 2. Insert a card into the card slot. Never remove a card from the card slot while a card access operation is in progress. 1. Use a different file name (page E-32). 2. Name files using the allowable characters (page E-33). Use a different card or use a different name. Action

Err No Card

1. The memory card is not set correctly in the card slot. 2. There is no memory card in the card slot or the card was removed part way through a card access operation.

Err FileName

1. A file with the same name as the one you are trying to use already exists on the memory card. 2. You are trying to use a file name that is not allowed by MS-DOS. You are trying to use a file name that is already used for a read-only file on the memory card. 1. The format of the memory card in the card slot is not supported by this digital piano. 2. The memory card in the card slot is not formatted. 3. There is something wrong with the memory card. There is not enough digital piano memory available to hold the data you are trying to load.

Err ReadOnly

Err Format
1. Use a card that has the supported format (page E-29). 2. Format the card (page E-33). 3. Use a different card. 1. Delete data you no longer need from the load destination where you are trying to store it. 2. If you are loading data to Song Memory, delete song data you no longer need (page E-25). Use only Format 0 SMF data.

Err Mem Full

Err Not SMF0
You are attempting to load SMF (Standard MIDI File) data that is not Format 0. You are trying to load data from a card that does not contain any data that is supported by this digital piano. You are trying to save data to a memory card that is write-protected.

Err No File

Change to a memory card that contains data saved by or supported by this digital piano. 1. Use a different card. 2. If you want to write to the current memory card, remove it from the card slot and remove the write protect sticker (page E-29). Use different data or a different card.

Err Protect

Err WrongDat
There is a problem with the data on the memory card or the data is corrupted. The data file size is greater than 132 kilobytes. You are attempting to save a user song that does not contain any data.

Err SizeOver Err No Data

Select a data that is 132 kilobytes in size or smaller. Select a user song that contains data.

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Figure 6

3 Connecting the Pedal

Figure 8

Pedal plug
Position the pedal plug as shown in Figure 8 and insert it into the pedal connector on the bottom of the digital piano. Secure the pedal cable to the upright of the stand using the clips (Figure 8).
Be sure that you securely anchor the keyboard to the stand using the H butterfly bolts (Figure 6). Slide the screws on the bottom of the keyboard into the slots in the two angle brackets 8. Next, secure the keyboard to the stand with two butterfly bolts H (Figure 7). Figure 7
The butterfly bolts keep the keyboard from falling from the stand. Be sure that you always secure the keyboard with the butterfly bolts.

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4 Connecting to a Power Supply

Figure 9

Attachment of the Score Stand
Install the music stand by inserting its pegs into the holes in the top of the piano.
Power cord Household wall outlet
Check to make sure that the digital pianos POWER button is in the OFF position. If it is ON, press the button to switch it OFF. Attach the power cord that comes with the digital piano to the bottom of the digital piano.* Plug the digital pianos power cord into a wall outlet (Figure 9).
* applies to the AP-80RV.
IMPORTANT! The shapes of the digital pianos power cord and wall outlet should be different according to countries or regions. The illustrations are examples. With the AP-80R, the power cord is hard-wired to the bottom of the instrument. CAUTION The screws that you use to assemble the stand may become loose after a long period due to changes in temperature and humidity, or vibration caused by normal use, etc. Periodically check the screws used to fasten the stand and the butterfly bolts used to fasten the stand and the digital piano, and tighten them whenever necessary.
Power Outlet To power the digital piano, use a power outlet that allows easy access when plugging in or unplugging the power cord.

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Specifications
All of the items in these specifications apply to the AP-80R and AP-80RV, unless specifically noted otherwise. Models: Keyboard: Polyphony: Tones: Digital Effects: Metronome: Auto Accompaniment: AP-80R/AP-80RV 88 piano keys (with touch response) 32 notes, maximum 120 panel tones + 128 GM tones + 10 drum sets; with layer and split Reverb (4 types), Chorus (4 types) Time Signatures: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Tempo Range: 20 to 255 Number of Rhythms: 120 Tempo Range: 20 to 255 Modes: Normal; CASIO CHORD; FINGERED; FULL RANGE CHORD Accompaniment Volume: Adjustable One Touch Presets: Optimal tone, tempo, layer/auto harmonize on/off settings to match rhythm Auto Harmonize: Built-in Tunes: 12 types; adds harmony notes to melody in accordance with auto accompaniment chord fingerings.

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Please keep all information for future reference. Guarde toda informacin para tener como referencia futura. Safety Precautions Before trying to use the piano, be sure to read the separate Safety Precautions. Precauciones de seguridad Antes de intentar usar el piano, asegrese de leer las Precauciones de seguridad separadas.

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USERS GUIDE GUA DEL USUARIO

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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. The power indicator being unlit does not mean the apparatus is completely disconnected from the MAINS. When you need to have the apparatus completely disconnected from the MAINS, you must unplug the power cord. For that purpose, locate the apparatus in a way that secures easy access to the power cord.

NOTICE

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC WARNING

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number: AP-220 Trade Name: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. Responsible party: CASIO AMERICA, INC. Address: 570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801 Telephone number: 973-361-5400 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Important!

Connecting a Music Amplifier (Figure 2)
Connect the connecting cord* to one of the types of amplifiers shown in Figure 2. Adjust volume using the digital pianos VOLUME controller. * Digital Piano: Stereo standard plug Amplifier : Inputs signals for the left and right channels. Not connecting either plug will result in output of only one of the two stereo channels.
Be sure to push the headphones plug into the PHONES jacks as far as it will go. If you dont, you may hear sound from only one side of the headphones. If the plug of the headphones you are using does not match the PHONES jacks, use the applicable commercially available adaptor plug. If you are using headphones that require an adaptor plug, make sure you do not leave the adaptor plugged in when you unplug the headphones. If you do, nothing will sound from the speakers when you play.
Bundled and Optional Accessories
Use only accessories that are specified for use with this digital piano. Use of unauthorized accessories creates the risk of fire, electric shock, and personal injury.
Connecting Audio Equipment or an Amplifier
You can connect audio equipment or a music amplifier to the digital piano and then play through external speakers for more powerful volume and better sound quality.
You can get information about accessories that are sold separately for this product from the CASIO catalog available from your retailer, and from the CASIO website at the following URL. http://world.casio.com/
Playing with Different Tones
VOLUME FUNCTION SONG a POWER METRONOME GRAND PIANO ELEC PIANO
Selecting and Playing a Tone
The piano comes with 16 built-in tones.
The names of the tones are marked above the keyboard keys to which they are assigned.

To select a tone

Press the POWER button.
When you turn on the digital piano, it performs a power up operation in order to initialize its system. During system initialization the tone button lamps cycle on and off in the sequence for about seven seconds to let you know that system initialization is in progress.
Select the tone you want.
To select GRAND PIANO (MODERN or CLASSIC) or ELEC PIANO Press one of the GRAND PIANO buttons (MODERN or CLASSIC) or the ELEC PIANO button to select the one you want. To select one of the other tones While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the keyboard key that corresponds to the tone you want to select.
The button lamp of the selected tone will light.

While holding down the FUNCTION button, use the keyboard keys shown below to adjust the volume of the layered tones.
While holding down the FUNCTION button, hold down the keyboard key for the main tone as you press the keyboard key for the layered tone.
Example: To layer HARPSICHORD and STRINGS 1

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8

Initial default (Center) Volume of the layered tone (Second tone you selected) Volume of the main tone (First tone you selected)
To return the volume setting to its initial default, hold down the FUNCTION button and press both of the keys at the same time.

HARPSICHORD STRINGS 1

To unlayer the keyboard, select another tone by pressing the GRAND PIANO button or by using the procedure under Selecting and Playing a Tone (page E-7).
You also can layer piano tones by holding down one of the GRAND PIANO buttons (MODERN or CLASSIC) as you press the ELEC PIANO button. You cannot layer the BASS 1 or BASS 2 tone with another tone. You cannot perform the layer operation when recording to Track 2.

Using Effects

Reverb : Makes your notes resonate. Chorus : Adds more breadth to your notes.

About DSP

DSP makes it possible to digitally produce complex acoustic effects. The DSP is assigned to each tone whenever you turn on digital piano power.
To turn reverb on and off
While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the MODERN button to toggle reverb on (lamp lit) and off (lamp unlit).
Using the Digital Pianos Pedals
Your digital piano comes equipped with three pedals: damper, soft, and sostenuto
To turn chorus on and off
While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the CLASSIC button to toggle chorus on (lamp lit) and off (lamp unlit).
Soft pedal Sostenuto pedal

Damper pedal

To configure reverb and chorus effect settings

Pedal Functions

Damper Pedal Pressing the damper pedal while playing will cause the notes you play to reverberate for a very long time. When a GRAND PIANO tone (MODERN, CLASSIC, VARIATION) is selected as the tone, pressing this pedal will cause notes to reverberate (with acoustic resonance) just like the damper pedal on an acoustic grand piano. Soft Pedal Pressing this pedal while playing suppresses notes played on the keyboard after the pedal was pressed, and makes them sound softer. Sostenuto Pedal Only the notes of the keys that are depressed when this pedal is pressed are sustained until the pedal is released.

While holding down the FUNCTION button, press one of the Reverb or Chorus keyboard keys.

Reverb

Chorus
Example: Selecting Reverb 4
Reverb Value To do this: Turn on reverb Select this setting: 1: Room 2: Small Hall 3: Large Hall 4: Stadium
Chorus Value To do this: Turn on chorus Select this setting: 1: Light Chorus 2: Medium Chorus 3: Deep Chorus 4: Flanger (Whooshing effect)

Using the Metronome

Press the METRONOME button or SONG a button to turn off the metronome.
Press the METRONOME button.
This starts the metronome. The lamp above the SONG a button flash in time with the metronome beat.
To change the beat, hold down the FUNCTION button as you press one of the METRONOME BEAT keys to select a beat setting.
To return the tempo setting to the default tempo of the currently selected Music Library tune, press the + and keys at the same time in step 3. Pressing + and while recording will return the tempo value to 120.
To adjust the metronome volume
You can perform the following procedure at any time, regardless of whether or not the metronome is sounding.
While holding down the FUNCTION button, use the METRONOME VOLUME keys to specify a volume value in the range of 0 to 42.
For details about using the keyboard keys for settings, see Keyboard Keys Used for Configuring Settings on page E-20. Each press of the or key raises or lowers the metronome volume value by 1.
You can specify beats per measure value of 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. Specifying 0 as the setting plays a straight click, without any chime. This setting lets you practice with a steady beat.
To return to the initial default setting, press at the same time.
While holding down the FUNCTION button, use the TEMPO keys to specify a tempo value in the range of 20 to 255 beats per minute.
Each press of the + or key raises or lowers the tempo value by 1. You can use the value input keys (0 to 9) to enter a specific three-digit. Be sure to input all three digits. Example: To enter 96, press keys 0, 9, 6.

Playing a Piano Duet

You can use the Duet Mode to split the pianos keyboard in the center so two people can play a duet.
Changing the Octaves of the duet keyboards
You can change the ranges of the left and right keyboards in octave units from their initial default settings. This comes in handy, for example, if the initial default range is not enough when one person is playing the left hand part and another person is playing the right hand part.

Keyboard

Split point Left keyboard Right keyboard

(middle C)

The left and right side keyboards have virtually the same range. The left pedal operates as the left side damper pedal, while the right pedal is the right side damper pedal.

Press the SONG a button.

This starts the playback of the song.
To stop playback, press the SONG a button again.
Playback will stop automatically when the end of the song is reached.
Pressing the + and keys at the same time will select song number 01. You also can adjust the playback tempo and volume of the song. See Configuring Settings with the Keyboard on page E-19 for more information.
Practicing with a Music Library Song
You can turn off the left hand part or right hand part of a song and play along on the piano.
The Music Library includes a number of duets. While a duet is selected, you can turn off the first piano <Primo> or second piano <Secondo> tone and play along with the song.

PREPARATION

Select the song you want to practice and adjust the tempo. See Configuring Settings with the Keyboard on page E-19. A number of tunes have tempo changes part way through in order to produce specific musical effects.
While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the RECORDER (L) button or METRONOME (R) button to select the part you want to turn off.
Pressing a button toggles its part on (button lamp on) and off (button lamp off).

Left hand Right hand

Both parts on

Right hand part off

Left hand part off

2. 3. 4.

This starts playback, without the part you turned off in step 1.
Play the missing part on the keyboard. To stop playback, press the SONG a button again.

Recording and Play Back

You can store the notes you play in digital piano memory for later playback.

Recording Data Storage

Starting a new recording deletes any data that was previously recorded in memory. Should power fail during recording, all of the data in the track you are recording will be deleted.

Tracks

A track is a container of recorded data, and a song consists of two tracks: Track 1 and Track 2. You can record each track separately and then combine them so they play back together as a single song.

While playing back.

Track 1 Song Track 2

Record

CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. takes no responsibility for any damages, lost profits, or claims by third parties arising from the deletion of recorded data due to malfunction, repair, or for any other reason.
Using the RECORDER Button
Each press of the RECORDER button cycles through the recording options in the sequence shown below.

Lit Flashing Off

Memory Capacity
You can record approximately 5,000 notes in digital piano memory. The RECORDER button lamp will flash at high speed when memory runs low. Recording stops automatically if the number of notes in memory exceeds the maximum.

Playback Standby

Record Standby

Normal

Recorded Data

Keyboard play Tone used Pedal operations Reverb and chorus settings (Track 1 only) Tempo setting (Track 1 only) Layer setting (Track 1 only) Split setting (Track 1 only) Temperament and base note settings (Track 1 only) Octave shift setting (Track 1 only)
To record to a specific track of a song
After recording to either of the tracks of a song, you can record to the other track while listening to playback what you recorded in the first track.
Start playing something on the keyboard.
Recording will start automatically.
To stop recording, press the SONG a button.
This will cause the RECORDER button lamp and the lamp of the track you recorded to change from flashing to lit. To play back the track you just recorded, press the SONG a button.
Press the RECORDER button twice so its lamp is flashing.
After you are finished recording or playing back, press the RECORDER button so its lamp goes out.
At this time the L lamp will flash to indicate that the digital piano is standing by for recording to Track 1.
While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the RECORDER (L) button or METRONOME (R) button to select the track you want to record.
Make sure that the indicator lamp for the record track is flashing. Track 1: L lamp Track 2: R lamp Example: Track 1 selected
Select the tone and effects (Track 1 only) you want to use in your recording.
Tone (page E-7) Effects (page E-10)
If you want the metronome to sound while you are recording, configure the beat and tempo settings, and then press the METRONOME button. See Using the Metronome on page E-11 for more information.
Press the RECORDER button so its lamp is lit.
While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the RECORDER (L) button or METRONOME (R) button to select the track you want to play back while recording. Press the RECORDER button so its lamp is flashing.
This will cause the L lamp to flash.
When a song has something recorded in both tracks, you can turn off one track and play back just the other track, if you want.
This starts playback of the song and/or track you selected.
Make sure that the indicator lamp for the record track is flashing. Example: To listen to playback of Track 1 as you record to Track 2
You can change the tempo setting as a track is playing. Press the SONG a button again to stop playback.

Lit (Play)

Flashing (Record Standby)
Select the tone and effects (Track 1 only) you want to use for your recording. Press the SONG a button or play something on the keyboard.
This will start both playback of the recorded track and recording to the other track.
To record to one track of a song while listening to the playback of the other track
Playing Back from Digital Piano Memory

Deleting Recorded Data

The following procedure deletes a specific track of a song.

The procedure below deletes all of the data of the selected track. Note that the delete operation cannot be undone. Check to make sure you really do not need the data in digital piano memory before you perform the following steps.
While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the RECORDER (L) button or METRONOME (R) button to select the track you want to delete. Press the RECORDER button until its lamp is lit.
This will cause the lamp of the track you selected in step 2 of this procedure to flash. Example: If you selected Track 2 for deletion

Flashing: Delete standby

Once again, hold down the FUNCTION button and press the button that corresponds to the track you want to delete (RECORDER (L) or METRONOME (R)).
This deletes the selected track and enters playback standby. To cancel the delete operation at any time, press the RECORDER button twice so its lamp is unlit.
Only the digital pianos METRONOME button and RECORDER button are operational from step 3 until you actually perform the delete operation in step 4. No other button operation can be performed.
Configuring Settings with the Keyboard

FUNCTION

In addition to selecting tones and Music Library tunes, you also can use the FUNCTION button in combination with the keyboard keys to configure effect, keyboard touch, and other settings.
Release the FUNCTION button to complete the setting procedure.
To configure settings with the keyboard
You can configure the digital piano so no operation tone sounds in step 3. For details, see bt Operation tone under Parameter List on pages E-21 - E-23.
Use the Parameter List on pages E-21 E-23 to find the setting you want to configure, and note its details. Use Keyboard Keys Used for Configuring Settings on page E-20 to find the location on the keyboard for configuring the setting you want. While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the keyboard key for the setting you want to configure.
The digital piano will sound an operation tone after it configures the setting. Example: To lower the transpose setting by one semitone
Keyboard Setting Operation Types
There are three types of operations that you can perform while configuring settings with the keyboard keys: Type A, Type B, and Type C. Type A: Direct input Example: Pressing the STRINGS keyboard key to select the

STRINGS 1 tone

Type B: Raising or lowering a setting using the + and or and keyboard keys Holding down a key raises or lowers the setting at high speed. To return to the initial default setting, press both keys at the same time. Type C: Value input using the numeric keys (0 to 9) Example: To enter 120, press keys 1, 2, 0.

Hold down FUNCTION as you press each of the following keyboard keys.
bo Touch response Off (OFF), 1 to 3
(TOUCH RESPONSE) Default: 2

MIDI and Other Settings

Parameter Settings Operation Type (page E-19) Description Remarks

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MIDI, Storage Default: MIDI mode (USB DEVICE MODE)
While storage is selected for this setting, the The digital piano enters MIDI GRAND PIANO (MODERN, CLASSIC) mode automatically when it is and ELEC PIANO button lamps flash, and connected to a computer by a USB all other lamps are unlit. cable. Select storage when saving All digital piano operations are disabled at Recorder memory song data to a this time. computer or when loading Each press of the USB device mode computer song data to digital keyboard key toggles between the MIDI piano memory. (page E-25) and storage modes. Specifies one of the MIDI channels (1 through 16) as the Send channel, which is used for sending MIDI messages to an external device. The Local control setting cannot be changed Selecting Off for Local control while playback of a Music Library tune is in cuts off the digital pianos sound progress. source, so no sound is produced by the digital piano when keys are pressed. Selecting Off disables sounding This setting is retained even when the of the operation tone whenever a digital piano is turned off. keyboard key is pressed while the The operation tone setting cannot be FUNCTION is depressed. changed while Music Library playback is in progress, while the metronome is sounding, and during recording. The back up setting cannot be changed When On is selected for this while Music Library playback is in setting, the digital piano will progress, while the metronome is remember its current settings*1, sounding, in the Duet Mode, and during and restore them when it is turned recording. on again. When Off is selected, settings*2 *1The following settings are not remembered. are reset to their initial defaults Duet Mode whenever the digital piano is Tune LR (part) turned on. Local control *2Except for the operation tone on/off setting. Selecting On for this setting locks The operation lock setting cannot be the digital pianos buttons (except changed while Music Library playback is in for the power button and the progress, while the metronome is buttons required for unlock), so no sounding, and during recording. operation can be performed. Turn on operation lock when you want to protect against unintentional button operations.

* Before starting a store or load operation, first check the file name and extension to ensure it matches the ones shown in this column.
To transfer Recorder memory data between the digital piano and your computer
To transfer the digital pianos current Recorder memory data to your computer, copy the contents of the RECORDER folder to your computer. To return Recorder data you previously saved to your computer back to Recorder memory, copy it back to the RECORDER folder (and replace the current RECORDER folder contents).
The initial default configuration for Windows XP and Windows Vista is to hide file name extensions. Perform one of the following operations on your computer to show file name extensions. To show file name extensions under Windows XP 1. Open the folder you want. 2. On the [Tools] menu, click [Folder Options]. 3. Click the [View] tab. In the [Advanced settings] list, clear the check box next to [Hide extensions for known file types]. 4. Click [OK]. To show file name extensions under Windows Vista 1. Open Folder Options by clicking the [Start] button, clicking [Control Panel], clicking [Appearance and Personalization], and then clicking [Folder Options]. 2. Click the [View] tab. Under [Advanced settings] clear the [Hide extensions for known file types] check box. 3. Click [OK].
After the file copy operation is complete, return the USB device mode to MIDI.
If you are using a Macintosh, perform the eject operation (drag them to the trash can). While holding down the FUNCTION button, press the applicable keyboard key. See USB device mode (USB DEVICE MODE) on page E-23 for more information. Returning the USB device mode to MIDI will load the contents of MUSICLIB into user song memory and the contents of RECORDER into Recorder memory.
A data conversion error is indicated when both of the SONG a button lamps, and the GRAND PIANO (MODERN) button, GRAND PIANO (CLASSIC) button, and ELEC PIANO button lamps are all lit, and all other lamps are unlit.

Copyrights

The rights of creators and copyright holders of music, images, computer programs, databases, and other data are protected by copyright laws. You are allowed to reproduce such works for personal or noncommercial use only. For any other purpose, all reproduction (including data format conversion), modification, transfer of reproductions, distribution over a network, or any other use without permission of the copyright holder exposes you to claims for damages and criminal prosecution for copyright infringement and violation of the authors personal rights. Be sure to reproduce and otherwise use copyrighted works only in accordance with applicable copyright laws.

Assembling the Stand

Unpacking
This stand does not include any of the tools required for assembly. It is up to you to prepare a large Philips head (+) screwdriver for assembly.
CAUTION Assembly of the stand should be performed by at least two people working together. This stand should be assembled on a flat surface. Do not remove the tape securing the keyboard cover in place until assembly is complete. Removing the tape can cause the keyboard cover to open and close during assembly, creating the risk of personal injury to your hands and fingers. Take care that you do not pinch your fingers between parts when assembling them.

To assemble the stand

Part Qty 1
Attach side panels A and B to crosspiece D. Secure the side panels using four E screws.
When installing part 2, slide the brackets 3 into the slots in either end crosspiece D. If the brackets 3 are not inserted into the ends of the crosspiece D as far as they will go, the screws E will not be able to enter into the screw holes of the brackets 3, which can strip the threads of the screws. Cover the screw heads with the caps J.

E F G H I J K

J A E D E 3 B
If anything is missing or damaged, contact your local CASIO service provider. Note that use of any unauthorized parts or components can cause damage to the stand and/or the piano. Before starting stand assembly, unfasten the band 1 that bundles the pedal cord in the back of crosspiece D, and extend the cord.
Slide back panel C into the grooves 4 of the side panels.
Use the two screws I to secure the top left and right edges of the back panel C to the brackets 5 of side panels A and B.
At location 6, slip the clip G onto to the screw I before installing the screw.
Place the piano onto the stand.
Next, secure the bottom of the back panel C with the six screws F.
At this time the screws on the bottom of the piano 8 should hook into the cutouts in the stand brackets 9.
Back of piano Bracket cutout

Stand side panel

Adjust the height adjustment screw 7 to provide support so crosspiece D does not bow downwards when the pedals are pressed.
Use the two butterfly bolts H to secure the piano to the stand.
The butterfly bolts keep the piano from slipping off the stand. Never use the piano without the butterfly bolts installed.
Pressing the pedals without adjusting height adjustment screw 7 can result in damage to crosspiece D. Always make sure you adjust height adjustment screw 7 before operating the pedals.
Affix the adaptor cord clip K next to the power terminal (DC12V).

AC Adaptor Handling Precautions
Model: AD-A12150LW 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions on hand. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this product near water. 6. Clean only with a dry cloth. 7. Do not install near radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other source of heat (including amplifiers). 8. Use only attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer. 9. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required after any of the following occurs: when the product is damaged, when the power supply cord or plug is damaged, when liquid is spilled into the product, when a foreign object falls into the product, when the product is exposed to rain or moisture, when the product does not operate normally, when the product is dropped. 10. Do not allow the product to be exposed to dripping or splashing liquid. Do not place any object containing liquid on the product. 11. Do not allow the electrical load output to exceed the label rating. 12. Make sure the surrounding area is dry before plugging into a power source. 13. Make sure the product is oriented correctly. 14. Unplug the product during lightning storms or when you do not plan to use it for a long time. 15. Do not allow product ventilation openings to become blocked. Install the product in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. 16. Take care the power cord is located where it will not be stepped upon or bent severely, particularly in locations close to plugs and convenience receptacles, and in locations where it exits from the product. 17. The AC adaptor should be plugged into a power outlet as close to the product as possible to allow immediate disconnection of the plug in case of emergency. The symbol below is an alert indicating un-insulated hazardous voltage inside the products enclosure, which may be sufficient to constitute the risk of electric shock to users.
The symbol below is an alert indicating the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the documentation that accompanies the product.

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Appendix/Apndice

Tone List/Lista de tonos

Tone Name/ Nombre de tonos GRAND PIANO MODERN GRAND PIANO CLASSIC GRAND PIANO VARIATION ELEC PIANO FM E.PIANO 60S E.PIANO HARPSICHORD VIBRAPHONE PIPE ORGAN JAZZ ORGAN ELEC ORGAN 1 ELEC ORGAN 2 STRINGS 1 STRINGS 2 BASS (LOWER) 1 BASS (LOWER) 2 Bank Select MSB/ Program Change/ MSB de seleccin de Cambio de programa banco 0 1
Song List/Lista de canciones
No./N Song Name/Nombre de canciones Nocturne Op.9-2 Fantaisie-Impromptu Op.66 tude Op.10-3 Chanson de ladieu tude Op.10-5 Black Keys tude Op.10-12 Revolutionary tude Op.25-9 Butterflies Prlude Op.28-7 Valse Op.64-1 Petit Chien Valse Op.64-2 Moments Musicaux 3 Impromptu Op.90-2 Marche Militaire 1 (Duet) Frhlingslied [Lieder Ohne Worte Heft 5] Frhlicher Landmann [Album fr die Jugend] Von fremden Lndern und Menschen [Kinderszenen] Trumerei [Kinderszenen] Tambourin Menuet BWV Anh.114 [Clavierbchlein der Anna Magdalena Bach] Inventio 1 BWV 772 Inventio 8 BWV 779 Inventio 13 BWV 784 Praeludium 1 BWV 846 [Das Wohltemperierte Klavier 1] Le Coucou Gavotte Sonatina Op.36-1 1st Mov. Sonatine Op.20-1 1st Mov. Sonate K.545 1st Mov. Sonate K.331 3rd Mov. Turkish March Rondo K.485 Fr Elise Marcia alla Turca Sonate Op.13 Pathtique 1st Mov. Sonate Op.13 Pathtique 2nd Mov. Sonate Op.13 Pathtique 3rd Mov. Sonate Op.27-2 Moonlight 1st Mov. Rhapsodie 2 Waltz Op.39-15 (Duet) Liebestrume 3 Blumenlied La Prire dune Vierge Csikos Post Humoresque Op.101-7 Melodie [Lyrische Stcke Heft 2] Sicilienne Op.78 Berceuse [Dolly] (Duet) Arabesque 1 La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin [Prludes] Passepied [Suite bergamasque] Gymnopdie 1 Je Te Veux Salut dAmour The Entertainer Maple Leaf Rag Larabesque [25 Etden Op.100] La Styrienne [25 Etden Op.100] Ave Maria [25 Etden Op.100] Le retour [25 Etden Op.100] La chevaleresque [25 Etden Op.100] No.13 [tudes de Mcanisme Op.849] No.26 [tudes de Mcanisme Op.849]

Model AP-220

Transmitted Recognized

Version : 1.0

Function

Remarks

Basic Channel
Default Changed Default Messages Altered

1 - - 16 Mode 3 X

Note Number
0 - 127 True voice Note ON Note OFF Keys Chs O 9nH v = 1 - 127 X 8nH v = 64 X X X
0,5 6, 100, 121 O X X X O X X X X X X O X O O X X X X X X X X X O X X O
0 - - 127*1 O 9nH v = 1 - 127 X 9nH v = 0, 8nH v =** X 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 O
*1: Depends on tone *1: Depende del tono **: no relation **: sin relacin

Velocity

After Touch Pitch Bender

Control Change

Bank select Modulation Portamento Time Data entry LSB, MSB*2 Volume Pan Expression DSP Parameter0*2 DSP Parameter1*2 DSP Parameter2*2 DSP Parameter3*2 Damper Portamento Switch Sostenuto Soft pedal Vibrato rate Vibrato depth Vibrato delay DSP Parameter4*2 DSP Parameter5*2 DSP Parameter6*2 DSP Parameter7*2 Portamento Control Reverb send Chorus send RPN LSB, MSB*2 All sound off Reset all controller

Program Change

O :True # O X X X O O X O X X

0 - 127

O X X X X X X O O X *2
System Exclusive System Common : Song Pos : Song Sel : Tune : Clock : Commands : Local ON/OFF : All notes OFF : Active Sense : Reset
System Real Time Aux Messages
*2: For details, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/. *2: Si desea ms informacin, vea Implementacin MIDI en http://world.casio.com/.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO

O : Yes X : No

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MA0907-B Printed in China AP220ES1B

 

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