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Recording Your Keyboard Play.. E-48
Recording and Playing Back Keyboard Play. E-48 Using Tracks to Record and Mix Parts. E-49 Recording Two or More Songs, and Selecting One for Playback.. E-51 Recording while Playing Along with a Built-in Song... E-51 Saving Recorded Data on an External Device.. E-52
Changing the Scale of the Keyboard.E-53 Using Music Preset..E-56 Using the Arpeggiator..E-56 Deleting User Song Data..E-57 Deleting All Data in Digital Keyboard Memory..E-58
MIDI Implementation Chart
Using a Memory Card (CTK-5000 Only). E-59
SD Memory Card and Card Slot Precautions..E-59 Inserting and Removing an SD Memory Card...E-60 Formatting an SD Memory Card..E-60 Saving Digital Keyboard Data to an SD Memory Card...E-61 Loading Data from an SD Memory Card into Digital Keyboard Memory..E-62 Deleting Data from an SD Memory Card..E-63 Playing Back Data from an SD Memory Card...E-64 SD Memory Card Error Messages.E-64
Connecting External Devices.. E-65
Connecting a Computer..E-65 MIDI Settings..E-66 Storing and Loading Digital Keyboard Memory Data..E-68 Connecting to Audio Equipment..E-69
Music Stand Song Book Leaflets Safety Precautions Appendix Other (Warranty, etc.) Items included as accessories are subject to change without notice.
Separately Available Accessories
You can get information about accessories that are 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/
Other Useful Digital Keyboard Functions.. E-53
Troubleshooting.. E-70 Specifications... E-72 Operating Precautions.. E-73 Error Messages.. E-74 Song List... E-75
In this manual, the term Digital Keyboard refers to the CTK-4000/CTK-5000. Illustrations in this Users Guide show the CTK-5000.
In this manual, buttons and other controllers are identified using the numbers shown below.
9 bk bl bm
bn br bo bp bq
bs bt ck cl cm cn dk dl dm dn do dp
co cp cq cr cs ct dk
PRESET SCALE button (CTK-4000) SCALE EDITOR button (CTK-5000) E-53, 54, 55 RECORDER button E-48, 49, 50, 51, 52 RHYTHM EDITOR button E-42, 43 METRONOME, BEAT button E-11 INTRO, REPEAT button E-27, 32, 39, 42, 43 NORMAL/FILL-IN, REW button E-26, 30, 36, 39, 42, 43 VARIATION/FILL-IN, FF button E-26, 30, 39, 42, 43 E-26, 39, 40, 42, 43
E-19, 32, 46, 47, 50, 55
cl Area3, TR4, NEXT button E-19, 30, 46, 47, 50, 55 cm Area4, TR5, AUTO button E-19, 34, 46, 47, 50, 55 cn STORE, TR6, MUSIC CHALLENGE button
E-19, 35, 47, 50, 55
co SPLIT button E-13, 14 cp LAYER button E-13, 16 cq AUTO HARMONIZE/ARPEGGIATOR, TYPE button
E-41, 56, 57
bk SYNCHRO/ENDING, PAUSE button bl START/STOP, PLAY/STOP button bm ACCOMP ON/OFF, CHORDS,
PART SELECT button E-25, 28, 30, 32, 37, 41, 42, 43, 52, 67 E-25, 26, 28, 31, 32, 36, 48, 50, 51, 52, 64
cr SAMPLING button E-18, 19, 20, 21, 60 cs FUNCTION button E-6 ct CARD, SAVE/LOAD button (CTK-5000 only)
E-60, 61, 62, 63, 64
bn TEMPO buttons E-11, 27, 40 bo TONE, MUSIC PRESET button
E-9, 12, 18, 20, 22, 24, 56
bp RHYTHM, ONE TOUCH PRESET button bq SONG BANK button E-26, 28, 30, 51 br Number buttons, /[+] buttons E-6 bs BANK, CHORD/TR1, LISTEN button
E-19, 31, 46, 47
E-12, 19, 20, 21, 22, 36, 40, 43, 47, 48, 51, 53, 55
dk Speakers dl Song Bank list dm Music Preset list dn Display do Rhythm list dp Tone list dq PITCH BEND wheel (CTK-5000 only) E-16 dr CHORD root names E-37 ds Percussion instrument list E-12 dt SD CARD SLOT (CTK-5000 only) E-60
ek USB port E-65 el SUSTAIN/ASSIGNABLE JACK E-15 em PHONES/OUTPUT jack (CTK-4000)
PHONES jack (CTK-5000) E-9, 69
eo DC 9V terminal (CTK-4000)
DC 12V terminal (CTK-5000) E-8
ep LINE OUT R, L/MONO jack (CTK-5000 only)
en AUDIO IN jack E-17, 69
POWER button E-9, 24, 44, 47, 49, 55, 68 VOLUME knob E-9
bt Area1, TR2, WATCH button
E-19, 31, 46, 47, 50, 55
ck Area2, TR3, REMEMBER button
Using the 10-key Pad (br)
Use the number buttons and the  and [+] buttons to change the settings of the parameters that appear in the upper left area of the display.
FUNCTION Button (cs) Functions
You can use the FUNCTION button (cs) to adjust the reverb effect, to delete data, and to perform a wide range of other Digital Keyboard operations.
To select a function
1. Press cs to display the function menu. 2. Use the br (10-key)  (
) and  ( to display the function you want.
Use the number buttons to enter numbers and values. Enter the same number of digits as the currently displayed value. Example: To enter tone number 001, input 1.
You can exit the function menu by pressing cs. After selecting functions 8 through 12, press the br (10-key)  (ENTER) key to display the menu items submenu. Then use  ( ) and  ( ) to select an item. You can exit a submenu by pressing the br (10-key)  (EXIT) key.
Using the AC Adaptor
Use the AC adaptor when you want to power the Digital Keyboard from a household electrical outlet. Specified AC Adaptor: AD-5 (CTK-4000) AD-12 (CTK-5000)
3. Insert the tabs of the battery cover into the
holes on the side of the battery compartment, and close the cover.
DC 9V terminal (CTK-4000) DC 12V terminal (CTK-5000)
Household power outlet
Low Battery Indication
Be sure to turn off Digital Keyboard power before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor. The indicator shown below starts to flash to let you know when battery power is low. Replace the batteries with new ones.
Low battery indicator (flashes)
Playing the Digital Keyboard
Turning on Power and Playing
1. Press 1.
This turns on power.
Using headphones cuts off output from the built-in speakers, which means you can practice playing even late at night without disturbing others. Be sure to turn down the volume level before connecting headphones.
2. Try playing something on the keyboard. Use 2
to adjust volume.
PHONES/OUTPUT jack (CTK-4000) PHONES jack (CTK-5000) Decrease Increase
Headphones do not come with the Digital Keyboard. Use commercially available headphones. See page E-3 for information about options. Turning off the Digital Keyboard causes most current settings to be cleared. The Digital Keyboard will revert to initial settings the next time you turn it on. This is true for all settings except for sample sound protection. Once you turn it on it remains on until you turn it off again.
Auto Power Off (Using Batteries)
While you are using batteries for power, power will turn off automatically if you do not perform any operation for about six minutes. Auto Power Off is disabled while the AC adaptor is being used for power.
Do not listen to very high volume output over headphones for long period. Doing so creates the risk of hearing damage. If you are using headphones that require an adaptor plug, make sure you do not leave the adaptor plugged in when removing the headphones.
Disabling Auto Power Off
You can disable Auto Power Off to ensure that power is not turned off automatically during a concert, etc.
1. While holding down bo, turn on power.
Auto Power Off will be disabled.
Changing Keyboard Response to Touch Pressure (Touch Response)
Touch Response alters tone volume in accordance with keyboard pressure (speed). This provides you some of the same expressivity you get on an acoustic piano.
Oc t Lowe r
4. Press cp again.
to display Bend Rng. ) and  ( ) keys
4. Use the br (10-key)  and [+] keys to change
Sampling Sounds and Playing Them on the Digital Keyboard
1 bpbo bpbo br
bsbt ckcl bs btck cl cm cn
You can use the Digital Keyboard to sample a sound from a portable audio player, or other device, and then play the sound with keyboard keys. For example, you could sample the bark of your dog and then use the sound in a melody. You also can sample and use passages from a CD. The sampling feature is a great way to create new sounds that are highly creative.
2. Turn down the volume levels of the external
device and the Digital Keyboard.
3. Turn on the external device and then the Digital
Connection and Preparation
Turn off the external device and the Digital Keyboard before connecting them.
Sampled sounds are recorded in monaural.
1. Connect an external device to the Digital
Stereo mini plug
CD player, Cassette player, etc.
Digital Keyboard AUDIO IN jack
Connection requires commercially available connecting cords, supplied by you. Connecting cords should have a stereo mini plug on one end and a plug that matches the configuration of the external device on the other end.
Sampling and Playing a Melody Sound (Melody Sampling)
Use the procedures in this section to sample a sound and play it as the melody part on the Digital Keyboard. Up to five sampled sounds can be stored in Digital Keyboard memory as tone numbers 671 through 675 (CTK4000: 571 through 575). Simply select the tone number where the sound you want is located to assign the sound to the keyboard.
4. After the sound you want to sample is finished, press cr.
Sampling will stop when you release cr. Even if you do not press cr, sampling will stop automatically whenever there is no more sound being input from the external device. Sampling also will stop automatically 10 seconds after it is started.
Sampled sound 1
To sample a sound
1. Press bo and then use br (10-key) to enter the
tone number (CTK-5000: 671 to 675) (CTK-4000: 571 to 575) where you want to store the sampled sound.
Used memory (Unit: Kbytes) Remaining memory capacity
5. Play something on the Digital Keyboard.
You may not be able to get 10 seconds of sampling if Digital Keyboard memory is low due to storage of other data. If this happens, deleting other memory data you no longer need will free up memory space and you should be able to sample for 10 seconds. See Deleting a Sampled Sound on page E-23 for more information.
No Da t a
No sampled sound stored Lights
In place of the above steps, you could press cr and bo at the same time and then select a tone number.
4. Press the br (10-key)  (ENTER) key.
This displays a delete confirmation message.
Su r e?
5. Press the br (10-key) [+] (YES) key to delete the
data, or  (NO) or  (EXIT) to cancel the delete operation.
After the delete procedure is complete, Complete will appear on the display followed by the screen in step 2 of the above procedure.
For information about deleting individual drum sounds in a drum sampling set, see Editing Sampled Drum Set Sounds on page E-21.
Protecting Against Accidental Deletion of Sampled Sounds
You can use the following procedure to protect each sampled sound against accidental deletion.
tone number of the sampled tone you want to protect.
2. Press cs and then use the br (10-key)  (
3. Press the br (10-key)  (ENTER) key. 4. Use the br (10-key)  (
to display Protect. ) and  ( ) keys
5. Press the br (10-key) [+] key to turn on
Once protected a tone cannot be deleted. A protected tone is indicated as shown below.
*1 : O r
Saving Sample Data on an External Device
SD memory card (CTK-5000 only) (page E-61) Computer (page E-68)
Maintaining Sampled Sound Data in Memory
After you save sampled sound data in memory, it will remain there as long as power is supplied to the keyboard. However, if you disconnect the AC adaptor when there are no batteries loaded, sampled sound data will be deleted. Tips for Maintaining Data Use both batteries and the AC adaptor together. Make sure that batteries with sufficient power are loaded whenever you disconnect the AC adaptor. Connect the AC adaptor to the keyboard and plug it into a power outlet before replacing batteries. Before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor or replacing batteries, first press 1 to turn off power.
Playing Built-in Songs
With this Digital Keyboard, built-in tune data is referred to as songs. You can listen to the built-in songs for your own enjoyment, or you can play along with them for practice.
2. To change to another song while demo playback is in progress, use br (10-key)  and
[+] keys to enter the song number you want (page E-6).
This will cause demo playback to jump to the song whose number you entered. You cannot use br (10-key) number buttons to select a song.
In addition to simple listening enjoyment, the built-in songs can be used with the lesson system (page E-29) for practice. You can increase the number of tunes using your SD memory cards (CTK-5000 only) (page E-62) or computer (page E-65).
3. To stop demo playback, press bl.
Demo playback continues until you stop it by pressing bl.
Playing the Demo Songs
Use the following procedure to play back built-in songs.
1. Press bl and bm at the same time.
This will start playback of the demo songs. See page E-75 for information about song numbers and the song sequence. Demo playback always starts from song number 151.
Flashes Song number
Playing Back a Particular Song
Use the procedure below to play back one of the built-in songs. You can play along on the keyboard with song playback.
Pause, Skip Forward, Skip Back
Use the operations in this section to perform pause, skip forward, and skip back operations.
1. Press bk.
This pauses song playback.
1. Press bq.
2. Press bk again to resume playback from the
point where you paused it. Skip Forward
Tw i n k l e
1. Press 9.
This skips song playback forward to the next measure. Each press of 9 skips ahead one measure. Holding down 9 skips forward at high speed until you release it. Pressing 9 while song playback is stopped performs lesson function phrase skip forward (page E-30).
2. Use br (10-key) to enter the number of the song
See page E-75 for a complete list of available songs.
3. Press bl.
This starts playback of the song.
Tempo Note Sustain pedal Measure number Beat Measure
1. Press 8.
This skips song playback back to the previous measure. Each press of 8 skips back one measure. Holding down 8 skips back at high speed until you release it. Pressing 8 while song playback is stopped performs lesson function phrase skip back (page E-30).
4. Press bl again to stop playback.
Song playback will continue (repeat) until you press bl to stop it. You can cancel song repeat by pressing 7 (REPEAT indicator disappears from the display).
Repeating Playback of Specific Measures
You can use the procedure in this section to repeat particular measures for practice playing along until you master it. You can specify the start measure and the end measure of the section you want to play and practice.
4. Pressing 7 again returns to normal playback.
Changing the song number clears the start measure and end measure of the repeat operation.
These measures are repeated.
Changing Playback Speed (Tempo)
1. Press 7 to temporarily turn off song repeat
(REPEAT disappears from the display).
2. When song playback reaches the measure you want to specify as the start measure, press 7.
This specifies the measure as the start measure.
You can use the following procedure to change the speed (tempo) in order to slow down playback to practice difficult passages, etc.
Use y (slower) and t (faster) to change the tempo setting. Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed. Pressing y and t at the same time will return the current song to its original default tempo. Pressing bn causes the tempo value to flash on the display. While the tempo value is flashing, you can use br (10-key) to change it. The tempo value will stop flashing if you do not perform any operation for a short while. Changing the song number will return the song to its original default tempo.
3. When playback reaches the measure you want to select as the end measure, press 7 again.
This specifies the measure as the end measure and starts repeat playback of the measures in the specified range. During repeat play you can use bk to pause playback, 9 to skip forward, or 8 to skip back.
Adjusting the Song Volume
Use the following procedure to adjust the balance between the volume of what you play on the keyboard and song playback volume.
Turning Off the Part of One Hand for Practice (Part Select)
You can turn off the right hand part or the left hand part of a song during playback and practice playing along with the remaining part.
) ) keys to display Song Vol (page
1. Press bm to select the part you want to turn off.
Each press of bm cycles through the settings shown below.
Song Vo l
Right hand part off
Left hand part off
Playing with the Tone as Song Playback
The procedure below lets you select the same keyboard tone as the one being used in the song and play along with your favorite tunes.
Both hand parts off
1. After selecting a song, hold down bq for about
two seconds until the displayed tone name changes to the tone name of the song.
If your currently selected tone is the same as the song tone, the display contents will not change.
Both hand parts on
2. Press bl.
This starts playback in accordance with the setting you selected in step 1.
2. Play along with song playback.
If you select a song that uses different tones for left and right hand play, the right hand part tone is assigned to the keyboard.
Chords (no melody played) Melody
Cho r d
chord input mode you want.
For information about each chord input mode, see the separate Appendix. If you do not perform any operation after the chord input mode selection screen appears, the display will return automatically to the screen that was displayed before you held down bm.
F3 Example: Pressing D-F#-A-C on the accompaniment keyboard 4 Accompaniment for the D-F#-A-C chord (D7) sounds.
4. Play other chords with left hand as you play the
melody with your right hand.
Using Auto Accompaniment FINGERED 1, 2, and 3
With these three input modes, you finger 3-note or 4-note chords on the accompaniment keyboard. Note that with some chords, even if you do not finger the third or fifth note, they will be played anyway.
CASIO CHORD Fingering Chord Type Major Chords Letters above the accompaniment keyboard indicate the chord assigned to each key. Pressing a single accompaniment area key in the CASIO CHORD mode will play the major chord whose name is marked above the key. All of the accompaniment area keys that are marked with the same chord name play exactly the same chord. Minor Chords To play a minor chord, press the accompaniment area key that corresponds to the major chord, while also pressing one other accompaniment area key to the right. Seventh Chords To play a seventh chord, press the accompaniment area key that corresponds to the major chord, while also pressing two other accompaniment area keys to the right. Minor Seventh Chords To play a minor seventh chord, press the accompaniment area key that corresponds to the major chord, while also pressing three other accompaniment area keys to the right. Example C (C Major)
C C#D Eb E F F#G Ab A Bb B C C#DEb E F
FINGERED 1 Play the component notes of the chord on the keyboard. FINGERED 2 Unlike FINGERED 1, 6th input is not b possible. m7 or mis input. FINGERED 3 Unlike FINGERED 1, allows input of fraction chords with the lowest keyboard note as the bass note.
Cm (C Minor)
C7 (C Seventh)
With CASIO CHORD, you can use simplified fingerings to play the four types of chords described below.
Cm7 (C Minor Seventh)
When playing a minor, seventh, or minor seventh chord, it makes no different whether the additional keys you press are black or white.
FULL RANGE CHORD
With this mode, you can use the full range of the keyboard to play chords and the melody.
Accompaniment keyboard / Melody keyboard
Auto Accompaniment Pattern Variations
Use the following procedures to play intro and ending patterns, to play fill-in patterns, and to play variations of basic Auto Accompaniment patterns.
Normal Pattern Fill-in
Auto Accompaniment Variation
Each Auto Accompaniment pattern has a basic normal pattern as well as a variation pattern.
1. While a normal pattern is playing, press 8.
This plays the fill-in for the normal pattern. Normal pattern play will resume after the fill in pattern is complete.
This starts the variation pattern.
Variation Pattern Fill-in
2. Pressing 8 returns to normal pattern.
1. While a variation pattern is playing, press 9.
This plays the fill-in for the variation pattern. Variation pattern play will resume after the fill in pattern is complete.
Auto Accompaniment Intro
Use the following procedure to play an intro of a few measures.
This starts the intro pattern. Normal pattern play will start when the intro pattern is finished. If you press 9 while an intro pattern is being played, the variation pattern will start when the intro pattern is finished.
Auto Accompaniment Ending
Use the following procedure to play an ending of a few measures.
1. While an Auto Accompaniment is playing, press bk.
This will play the ending pattern and then stop Auto Accompaniment play automatically.
Using Auto Accompaniment Effectively
Auto Accompaniment Fill-in
Use the procedure below to play a fill-in pattern during a performance. A fill-in is a short phrase played where you want to change the mood of a piece. A fill-in pattern can be used to create a link between two melodies or an accent. Normal and variation patterns have their own unique fill-in patterns.
Using Auto Accompaniment Using Synchro Start
Use the following procedure to configure the Digital Keyboard to start Auto Accompaniment play as soon as you press a keyboard key.
Adjusting the Accompaniment Volume
Use the following procedure to adjust the balance between what you are playing on the keyboard and the volume of the Auto Accompaniment.
This enters accompaniment start standby.
) ) keys to display AcompVol (page
2. Play a chord on the keyboard.
This will start full part accompaniment (normal). Any of the following operations can be performed while in synchro standby to start a non-normal pattern. To start with intro pattern, press 7. To start with variation pattern play, press 9.
Using One-Touch Preset
Maintaining Data in Recorder Memory
After you save data in recorder memory, it will remain there as long as power is supplied to the keyboard. However, if you disconnect the AC adaptor when there are no batteries loaded, data in recorder memory will be deleted. Tips for Maintaining Data Use both batteries and the AC adaptor together. Make sure that batteries with sufficient power are loaded whenever you disconnect the AC adaptor. Connect the AC adaptor to the keyboard and plug it into a power outlet before replacing batteries. Before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor or replacing batteries, first press 1 to turn off power.
Using Tracks to Record and Mix Parts
To record to Tracks 1 through 6
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 to record the other
1. Record the first part to Track 1.
To record to Track 1, perform steps 1 through 4 under Recording and Playing Back Keyboard Play (page E-48).
7. After you finish recording all of the tracks, press bl.
This will start playback of the recorded tracks. Press bl to stop or restart playback. At this time you can turn off playback of specific tracks using buttons bs to cn. Pressing a key toggles playback of each track on (track number displayed) or off (track number not displayed). If you want to re-record a track, press 4. This will return to step 2 of the above procedure. Only the tracks that are turned on (displayed) above will play as you re-record. Example: Tracks 2 and 3 selected
2. Press 4.
This will enter record standby.
3. Press a button from bt to cn to select the track
number of the next track to which you want to record.
This will enter record standby for the track you selected. Example: Track 2
To delete a recorded track
After step 3 of the above procedure, do hold down 4 (without pressing any keyboard key) until the message Tr.Del? appears on the display. Press [+] (YES) to delete the track, or  (NO) to cancel the delete operation.
If you want to use a different tone than the one you used in Track 1, press bo and then use br (10-key) to input the tone number.
1. Use the br (10-key)  and [+] keys to select the
preset scale you want. After selecting a scale, press the key on the keyboard that you want to use as the root key (C to B).
Qu a : E
Pu r eM i n r
No. 01 02
The keyboard key(s) whose notes were changed will be lit.
Scale name Pure Major Pure Minor Pythagorean Kirnberger 3 Werckmeister Mean-Tone Rast Bayati Hijaz Saba Dashti Chahargah Segah Gurjari Todi Chandrakauns Charukeshi
Display PureMajr PureMinr Pythagor Kirnbrg3 Wercmeis MeanTone Rast Bayati Hijaz Saba Dashti Chaharga Segah GujrTodi Cndrkuns Carukesi
You can perform a Quarter Tone operation without using the Scale Editor (page E-53). Hold down the 3 button and press the desired keyboard key. This will lower the tuning value of the keyboard key by 50 cents. If the tuning value of the key you press was previously lowered by 50 cents, performing the above operation will raise it +50 cents, which returns to its original value.
Select this option to change the keyboard scale to the standard equal temperament.
Recalling a Preset Scale (CTK-4000 Only)
You can use the following procedure to select from among 17 preset scales, including the standard Equal Temperament.
Saving Data on an External Device (CTK-5000 only)
SD memory card (page E-61) Computer (page E-68)
1. Press bp. 2. Press 3.
Maintaining Data in User Scale Memory (CTK-5000 only)
After you save data in user scale memory, it will remain there as long as power is supplied to the keyboard. However, if you disconnect the AC adaptor when there are no batteries loaded, data in user scale memory will be deleted. Tips for Maintaining Data Use both batteries and the AC adaptor together. Make sure that batteries with sufficient power are loaded whenever you disconnect the AC adaptor. Connect the AC adaptor to the keyboard and plug it into a power outlet before replacing batteries. Before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor or replacing batteries, first press 1 to turn off power.
There are a total of 17 scales: the 16 shown in the table above (page E-54) plus Equal Temperament (Number: 00, Scale Name: Equal).
Using the Current Scale Notes for Auto Accompaniments
You can use the following procedure to reflect the scale you adjusted using the scale fine tune or the quarter tone function, or the preset scale you selected with the preset function in Auto Accompaniments.
data (file) you want to load.
7. Press the br (10-key)  (ENTER) key.
This will load the data into Digital Keyboard memory.
If there is already data stored in the user area where you are trying to load data, an overwrite confirmation message will appear. Press the br (10-key) [+] (YES) key to overwrite, or  (NO) or  (EXIT) key to cancel.
To cancel data delete, press ct again.
To delete this type of data Sampled sound User rhythm User song Recorded song User scale memory Registration data All data
Display this screen dEL SmplTone dEL UserRhy. dEL UserSong dEL Rec.Song dEL ScaleMem dEL Regist. dEL All Data
Deleting Data from an SD Memory Card
Playing Back Data from an SD Memory Card
You can use the following procedure to play back user song data (page E-59) directly from an SD memory card.
Whenever you copy a file to the SD memory card that you plan to play on the Digital Keyboard, be sure to store the file in the SD memory cards MUSICDAT folder (page E-62).
number of the data (file) you want to delete.
1. Insert the SD memory card that contains the
This will display the delete confirmation screen.
2. Press ct.
This will display the file numbers and song names for the data stored on the display.
3. Use br (10-key) to select the song you want to
8. Press the br (10-key) [+] (YES) key.
To cancel the delete operation, press  (NO) or  (EXIT) in place of [+] (YES).
This will start playback. Each press of bl starts and stops playback.
SD Memory Card Error Messages
For information about SD memory card error messages, see page E-74.
Connecting External Devices
Connecting a Computer
You can connect the Digital Keyboard to a computer and exchange MIDI data between them. You can send play data from the Digital Keyboard to music software running on your computer, or you can send MIDI data from your computer to the Digital Keyboard for playback.
Connecting the Digital Keyboard to Your Computer
Make sure you follow the steps of the procedure below exactly. Connecting incorrectly can make data send and receive impossible.
Minimum Computer System Requirements
The following shows the minimum computer system requirements for sending and receiving MIDI data. Check to make sure that your computer complies with these requirements before connecting the Digital Keyboard to it. Operating System Windows XP (SP2 or later)*1 Windows Vista *2 Mac OS X (10.3.9, 10.4.11 or later, 10.5.2 or later) *1: Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional (32- bit) *2: Windows Vista (32- bit) USB port
Since the accompaniment data is for other models, you may experience some abnormalities when playing it on this model.
Maintaining Data in Memory
After you save data in memory, it will remain there as long as power is supplied to the keyboard. However, if you disconnect the AC adaptor when there are no batteries loaded, saved data will be deleted. Tips for Maintaining Data Use both batteries and the AC adaptor together. Make sure that batteries with sufficient power are loaded whenever you disconnect the AC adaptor. Connect the AC adaptor to the keyboard and plug it into a power outlet before replacing batteries. Before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor or replacing batteries, first press 1 to turn off power.
Data Types Supported for Data Transfer
The same types of data that you can store to or recall from an SD memory card (page E-59) can be transferred to and from the Digital Keyboard. Note, that recorded song data can be transferred to a computer in the Digital Keyboards native format only. You cannot save recorded song data to a computer as a standard MIDI file (SMF format). With the CTK-5000 (only), you can save and recall scale memory data.
Downloading Data Manager
1. Go to the CASIO WORLDWIDE site at the
2. At the site, select a geographic area or country. 3. After accessing the area site, navigate to the
minimum computer system requirements for Data Manager for this product.
You should be able to find a link to Data Manager information on the product introduction page of this product. If you cannot find such a link, use the search form of the area site where you are located to enter the model name of this product and search for it. Note that site contents are subject to change without notice.
4. Check if your computer system complies with
the minimum requirements for Data Manager.
5. Download Data Manager and its users guide to
6. Follow the procedure in the users guide that
you downloaded in step 5 to install and use Data Manager.
You can download accompaniment data from the Internet Data Expansion system of the CASIO MUSIC SITE (http://music.casio.com/) and load it into the memory of this Digital Keyboard. Note that there is not any accompaniment data intended specifically for this model, so you should use data for other models.
Connecting to Audio Equipment
This Digital Keyboard can be connected to commercially available stereo, amplifier, or recording equipment, to a portable audio player or other equipment.
Playing an External Device from the Digital Keyboard
Connection requires commercially available connecting cords, supplied by you. The connecting cords should have a stereo mini plug on one end and a plug that matches the configuration of the external device on the other end.
Please keep all information for future reference. Safety Precautions Before trying to use the keyboard, be sure to read the separate Safety Precautions.
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.
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: CTK-6000/WK-6500 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.
Please note the following important information before using this product. Before using the optional AC Adaptor to power the unit, be sure to check the AC Adaptor for any damage first. Carefully check the power cord for breakage, cuts, exposed wire and other serious damage. Never let children use an AC adaptor that is seriously damaged. Never attempt to recharge batteries. Do not use rechargeable batteries. Never mix old batteries with new ones. Use recommended batteries or equivalent types. Always make sure that positive (+) and negative () poles are facing correctly as indicated near the battery compartment. Replace batteries as soon as possible after any sign they are getting weak. Do not short-circuit the battery terminals. The product is not intended for children under 3 years. Use only a CASIO AD-A12150LW adaptor. The AC adaptor is not a toy. Be sure to disconnect the AC adaptor before cleaning the product.
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Auto Power Off
This Digital Keyboard is designed to turn off automatically to avoid wasting power after no operation is performed for a preset amount of time. The Auto Power Off trigger time is six minutes under battery power and four hours under AC adaptor power. Auto Power Off is enabled while on is selected for AutoPower (Auto Power Off) (page E-99). The initial default setting is on. To disable Auto Power Off, select oFF for AutoPower (Auto Power Off). You also can use the procedure below to temporarily suspend Auto Power Off while it is enabled.
To turn off the Digital Keyboard, press the L-1 (POWER) button again.
Selecting and Playing a Tone To disable Auto Power Off
1. While the Digital Keyboard is turned on, press
the L-1 (POWER) button to turn it off.
Selecting a Tone
The tones of this Digital Keyboard are divided among groups, each of which corresponds to one of the 12 TONE buttons. You can specify a tone by its group and its tone number. Use the following procedure to select a single tone that is applied across the entire keyboard.
2. While holding down the L-4 ([A] POPS/ROCK/
DANCE) button, press the L-1 (POWER) button to turn on the Digital Keyboard.
To select a tone
1. Refer to the separate Appendix to look up the
group and the number of the tone you want to select.
Auto Power Off will be disabled at this time.
2. Check to make sure that the @ and A
indicators are not on the display.
If they are displayed, press the R-19 (SPLIT) button and/or R-20 (LAYER) button to clear both indicators from the display.
Turning off the keyboard after performing the above steps will re-enable Auto Power Off.
Listening to Demo Tunes
1. While holding down the L-18 (ACCOMP ON/
OFF) button, press the L-17 (PLAY/STOP) button.
3. Use buttons R-1 ([A] PIANO) through R-12 ([L]
USER TONES) to select a tone group.
The R-12 ([L] USER TONES) button selects the user tone group. For details, see Using the Tone Editor (page E-45). This starts demo tune play. The Digital Keyboard has a total of five demo tunes. You also can use the R-14 (, +) buttons to select a demo tune. Pressing the L-15 (dFF) button performs fast forward play of the demo tune, while the L-14 (sREW) button performs fast backward play. Holding down the L-14 (sREW) button until playback reaches the beginning of the current song will stop playback there. Normal playback will resume when you release the L-14 (sREW) button. Holding down the L-15 (dFF) button continues fast forward playback, even after the end of a song is reached. You can play along on the keyboard with demo tune play. Note, however, that you cannot change the tone assigned to the keyboard. Only the key operations described above are supported during demo tune playback.
To layer two tones
To split the keyboard between two tones
group(s) and numbers of the two tones (UPPER 1 part tone and UPPER 2 part tone) you want to use.
group(s) and numbers of the tones (UPPER 1 part tone and LOWER part tone) you want to use.
If they are displayed, press the R-19 (SPLIT) button and/or R-20 (LAYER) button to clear both indicators from the display. When neither indicator is displayed, the tone you select will become the UPPER 1 part tone.
If they are displayed, press the R-19 (SPLIT) button and/or R-20 (LAYER) button to clear both indicators from the display. When neither indicator is displayed, the tone you select will become the UPPER 1 part tone
3. Use the TONE buttons and dial to select the
UPPER 1 part tone.
4. Press the R-20 (LAYER) button.
This causes the A indicator to appear on the display. This indicates that the tone you select will become the UPPER 2 part tone.
4. Press the R-19 (SPLIT) button.
This causes the @ indicator to appear on the display. This indicates that the tone you select will become the LOWER part tone.
5. Use the TONE buttons and dial to select the
UPPER 2 part tone.
LOWER part tone.
6. Play something on the keyboard to check how
the tones sound layered together.
6. Play something on the left and right sides of the
keyboard to confirm that the tones are assigned properly.
You also can specify the keyboard split point, which is the location where the keyboard splits between the left range and right range. For details, see To specify the keyboard split point (page E-17).
7. To cancel tone layering, press the R-20 (LAYER)
button again so the A indicator disappears from the display.
7. To cancel keyboard split, press the R-19 (SPLIT)
button so the @ indicator disappears from the display.
To specify the keyboard split point
To use layer and split together
1. While holding down the R-19 (SPLIT) button,
press the keyboard key that you want to be the leftmost key in the right side (UPPER 1 part) range.
LOWER part UPPER 1 part
1. Perform steps 1 through 6 of the procedure
under To layer two tones (page E-16).
2. Refer to the separate Appendix to look up the
group and the number of the tone you want to assign to for the LOWER part.
3. Press the R-19 (SPLIT) button.
The PITCH BEND wheel (S-1) lets you change the pitch of notes you are playing by rotating the wheel forward or back. Rotating the wheel away from you raises the pitch, while rotating it towards you lowers it. Releasing the wheel causes the pitch of the notes to return to normal automatically.
The first tap of the L-12 (TAP) button will cause the display shown below to appear.
Do not have the pitch bend wheel rotated as you turn on the keyboard.
The tempo setting will change in accordance with your tapping speed as soon as you tap the fourth time. The setting will be canceled if you release the R-13 (FUNCTION) button before tapping the R-12 (TAP) button four times.
You also can change the range of the pitch bend wheel (bend range) globally or for a specific part. For details, see BendRange (Bend Range) (page E-97) and Part Parameters (page E-44).
2. After setting the tempo by tapping, you then
can use the procedure under To change the tempo using the TEMPO buttons (page E-19) to make fine adjustments.
Selecting a Temperament and Fine Tuning Its Scale
Use the scale function to select one of the 17 preset temperaments (tunings) for the built-in sound source. You also can fine tune each note of a scale (from C to B) in one-cent units. After selecting one of the preset temperaments, you can edit it to suit your particular needs. You also can specify whether the current scale settings (temperament setting and fine tuning adjustment) should be applied to Auto Accompaniment (Accomp Scale).
3. Use the dial or the R-14 (, +) buttons to select a
Selecting a temperament other than 01: Equal will cause the C indicator to appear on the display. The following shows the temperament numbers and names that appear on the display. Number Screen Name Equal Pure Major Pure Minor Pythagorean Kirnberger 3 Werckmeister Mean-Tone Rast Bayati Hijaz Saba Dashti Chahargah Segah Gurjari Todi Chandrakauns Charukeshi Preset Temperament Equal temperament Just major intonation Just minor intonation Pythagorean system Kirnberger III Werckmeister 1-3 (III) Mean tone Rast Bayati Hijaz Saba Dashti Chahargah Segah Gurjari Todi Chandrakauns Charukeshi
The settings you configure with the scale function are retained even when the Digital Keyboard is turned off.
To select a preset scale
button, press the C-6 (SCALE) button to display the scale screen, with the 0 located at Preset.
4. Perform the following steps to specify the root
note of a temperament.
(1) Press the R-17 (i) button. This displays root note setting screen.
Playing Arpeggio Phrases Automatically (Arpeggiator)
With the arpeggiator, you can play various arpeggios and other phrases automatically by simply pressing keys on the keyboard. You can select from a number of different arpeggiator options, including playing arpeggios from a chord, playing various phrases automatically, and more.
4. Press the R-18 (AUTO HARMONIZE/
This causes a pointer indicator to appear on the display next to ARPEGGIATOR.
1. Hold down the R-18 (AUTO HARMONIZE/
ARPEGGIATOR) button until the type selection screen shown below appears on the display.
5. Configure arpeggiator settings as required.
The settings you can configure are described in the table below. For information about how to configure settings, see To change the setting of a function menu item (page E-96). For information about this setting: Go here:
ArpegHold Whether arpeggio should be played while keyboard keys are depressed or (Arpeggiator Hold) (page E-97) after the keys are released The number of times arpeggio is played within one beat When the keyboard is split between two tones, whether arpeggio should be played when UPPER keyboard or LOWER keyboard keys are pressed
Type number Type name
ArpegSpeed (Arpeggiator Speed) (page E-98) ArpegPart (Arpeggiator Part) (page E-98)
6. On the keyboard, play a chord or a single note.
Arpeggio is played in accordance with the currently selected arpeggiator type and the note(s) you play.
2. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to select the
arpeggiator type you want to use.
You can select one of the arpeggiator types (013 through 162). Refer to the separate Appendix for detailed information about supported arpeggiator types. When selecting the arpeggiator type, you can assign the recommended tone for the currently displayed type as the keyboard tone, by holding down the R-18 (AUTO HARMONIZE/ARPEGGIATOR) button until a pointer indicator starts to flash on the display next to ARPEGGIATOR.
7. To turn off the arpeggiator, press the R-18
(AUTO HARMONIZE/ARPEGGIATOR) button again.
This causes the pointer indicator next to ARPEGGIATOR to disappear from the display.
For information about type number 001 through 012, see Using Auto Harmonize (page E-28).
This exits the type selection screen.
Using Auto Accompaniment
L-4 -L-9 L-4 L-9
L-11 L-12 L-13 L-14 L-16 L-18 L-15 L-17
With Auto Accompaniment, simply select the accompaniment rhythm you want and the matching accompaniment (drums, guitar, etc.) will play automatically when you play a chord with your left hand. Its like having your own personal backup group along with you wherever you go. This Digital Keyboard has 200 built-in Auto Accompaniment patterns, which are divided into five groups. You can edit built-in rhythms to create your own original rhythms (called user rhythms), which you can save in a sixth group. For more information, see the separate Appendix.
To add reverb to sounds
button, press the C-5 (EFFECT) button.
This displays the effect setting screen shown below.
reverb type you want to use.
Refer to the separate Appendix for information about supported reverb types. To turn off reverb, select oFF here.
3. Press the C-5 (EFFECT) button or the R-15
This exits the effect setting screen.
To add the chorus effect to sounds
8. Use the mixer to adjust the chorus send of the
part to which you want to apply chorus.
You can use Cho.Send (Part Chorus Send, page E-44) to adjust how chorus is applied to the tone of each keyboard or Auto Accompaniment part. The initial default setting is 0 for the chorus send of all parts, so change the settings to a chorus send value greater than 0 for all parts to which you want to apply the chorus effect. For details, see Using the Mixer (page E-39).
button, press the C-5 (EFFECT) button to display the effect setting screen.
Selecting a tone with DSP causes the Chorus/DSP setting to change automatically to the DSP (DSP effect mode), so the chorus effect will not be available. If you want the chorus effect always to be available, change the DSP Disable setting to on. This will keep the Digital Keyboard in the chorus effect mode.
2. If you want, use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to
move the thick brackets (%) to the DSP Disablesetting, and then use the R-14 (, +) buttons to change the setting to on.
For more information about this setting, see the Important! note below. If you turning on the DSP Disable setting, you should skip steps 3 and 4 below.
A pointer indicator is displayed next to CHORUS when Chorus is selected for the Chorus/DSP setting. The pointer indicator is not displayed next to CHORUS when oFF is selected for the chorus type or when DSP is selected for the Chorus/DSP setting. Selecting Chorus for the Chorus/DSP setting will cause the DSP Line (Part DSP Line, page E-44) setting for all parts to be changed to oFF.
3. Use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to move the thick
brackets (%) to the Chorus/DSP setting.
4. Use the R-14 (, +) buttons to select Chorus.
This enters the chorus effect mode, which enables the use of the chorus effect.
5. Use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to move the thick
brackets (%) to the Chorus setting.
6. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to select the
chorus type you want to use.
Refer to the separate Appendix for information about supported chorus types.
7. Press the C-5 (EFFECT) button or the R-15
This part: A09 A10 A11
Is used for this: Auto Accompaniment percussion part Auto Accompaniment drums part Auto Accompaniment bass part
Go here for more information: Using Auto Accompaniment (page E-24)
A12 to Auto Accompaniment Chord Apart through Chord 5 part Song sequencer track B01 through B16, tracks 1 through B01 to 16 during playback of a MIDI B16 file from a memory card, CH1 through CH16 during MIDI receive Using the Song Sequencer (page E-64), Playing a Music File from a Memory Card (page E-108), Connecting to a Computer (page E-112)
How Parts are Organized
This Digital Keyboard has a total of 32 parts: A01 through A16, and B01 through B16. Each part has a specific purpose. Use the table below as a reference to determine the purpose of each part when using the mixer to configure the settings of a part.
This part: A01 A02 A03 A04 A05 A06 A07 A08 Is used for this: Manual play UPPER 1 part Manual play UPPER 2 part Manual play LOWER part Auto harmonize tone UPPER 1 part*1 UPPER 2 part*2 LOWER part*3 Metronome sound Using Auto Harmonize (page E-28) Using the Song Sequencer (page E-64) Using the Metronome (page E-19) Go here for more information: Layering and Splitting Tones (page E-15)
*1 UPPER 1 part recorded to the song sequencer system track. *2 UPPER 2 part recorded to the song sequencer system track. *3 LOWER part recorded to the song sequencer system track.
To change mixer parameters
The parameters that can be configured depend on the currently selected setting. For details, refer to the sections shown in the table below. When this setting is selected: MASTER MIC These parameters can be configured: MASTER parameters (page E-42) MIC parameters (page E-43) DSP parameters (page E-42) Part parameters (page E-44)
1. Press the C-5 (MIXER) button.
This causes the mixer screen to appear.
Currently selected setting (MASTER, DSP, MIC, or A01 to A16/B01 to B16)
DSP A01 to A16/B01 to B16
When you move the thick brackets (%) to one of the setting values of a part parameter, all of the part parameter values of the group (A or B) to which the part belongs are indicated by level meter black boxes.
To create and save a user preset
1. Perform steps 1 through 4 under To perform
using a music preset (page E-50) and select the music preset you want to edit in order to create your user music preset.
Synchro Specifies the Auto (Synchro type) Accompaniment synchro start standby type. IntroChd (Intro chord) Specifies the chords of the Auto Accompaniment intro pattern.
2. Configure tone and other settings referring to
Music Preset Settings (page E-52).
3. While holding down the R-13 (FUNCTION)
This displays the MP (music preset) editor screen like the one shown below.
EndingChd Specifies the chords of the (Ending chord) Auto Accompaniment ending pattern. AutoFill (Auto fill in) Specifies whether a fill in should be inserted (on) or not inserted (oFF) at the end of the chord progression.
Timing (Timing set)
Pressing the R-16 (ENTER) button here will change to a screen for editing the chord progression. See Editing a Chord Progression (page E-58) for more information.
Specifies the chord change Normal*, Half, timing during playback for Double, 3/4, recorded chords. For 3/2 information about differences in playback for each setting value, see Timing Setting and Chord Progression Playback (page E-56).
4. Use the R-17 (t, y) button to move the 0 to
Parameter and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays the parameter menu.
(3) Repeat steps (1) and (2) as required. (4) After the settings are the way you want, press the R-15 (EXIT) button. This returns to the MP editor screen.
6. Use the R-17 (y) button to move the 0 to
Store and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays a screen for specifying the destination user preset number and name.
Save destination user preset number
Pressing the R-15 (EXIT) button in place of step 6 displays the confirmation screen shown below. Pressing the R-14 (YES) button at this time will display the user preset save screen in step 7.
User preset name
7. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to select the
destination user preset number you want.
To clear user preset data
button, press the C-13 (MENU) button to display the MP (music preset) editor screen.
3. This displays a screen like the one shown
5. In response to the Sure? message that
appears, press the R-14 (YES) button to execute the operation you performed in step 4 or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel.
Pressing the R-14 (YES) button starts the process. The message Please Wait will remain on the display if the process takes time to perform. Do not perform any operation while this message is on the display.
4. Execute the desired menu operation.
To do this: Delete all existing chords (Initialize)*1 Key shift all existing chords (Key Shift) Do this: Use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to move the 0 to Initialize and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 1. Use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to move the 0 to Key Shift and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 2. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify how much you want to shift the key. You can specify a value from 5 to +6. 3. Press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 1. Use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to move the 0 to Append Chord and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 2. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to scroll through the music preset numbers until the one you want is displayed, and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 1. Use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to move the 0 to DeleteMeas. and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 2. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify the start measure of the delete operation. 3. Press the R-17 (y) button to move the thick brackets (%) to Size. 4. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify the number of measures you want to delete. 5. After everything is the way you want, press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 1. Use the R-17 (t, y) buttons to move the 0 to InsertMeas. and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 2. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify the start measure of the insert operation. 3. Press the R-17 (y) button to move the thick brackets (%) to Size. 4. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify the number of measures you want to insert. 5. After everything is the way you want, press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
Insert another music preset chord progression following the chord progression data of the preset being edited (Append Chord)*2 Delete existing chords in a specific measure (Delete Measure)*3
Insert blank measures at a specific location (Insert Measure)*2
Saving Keyboard Setups to Registration Memory
C-9 C-12 C-8 C-10 C-11 C-13
Registration memory lets you store Digital Keyboard setups (tone, rhythm, etc.) for instant recall whenever you need them.
For information about items that can be part of a registration setup, see Parameter List (page E-127). When recalling a registration setup, you can recall only the setting items related to accompaniments, or only the setting items related to scales. For more information, see RegFltAcmp (Registration Filter: Accompaniment) (page E-98) and RegFltScal (Registration Filter: Scale) (page E-98). You can have up to 32 setups in registration memory at one time. The C-8 (BANK) and C-9 (1) to C-12 (4) buttons are used for selecting bank and area.
To change the system track UPPER 1, UPPER 2, and LOWER part tones or mixer settings, use the mixer to change the settings of parts A05 (UPPER 1), A06 (UPPER 2), and A07 (LOWER). The above settings are not required if you want to play the song as it was recorded.
To play back a particular part alone
To repeat play a specific phrase
1. Hold down the R-13 (REPEAT) button until the
locator screen shown below appears on the display.
3. Press the C-5 (MIXER) button to display the
4. Use the R-17 (u, i) buttons to select the part
you want to play (A04 through A16, B01 through B16).
For example, to play only the melody that was recorded using the UPPER 1 part and recorded into the system track, select Part A05. For details about the content of each part, see How Parts are Organized (page E-39).
Start point input area End point input area
2. Specify a measure as the start point of the
phrase to be repeat played.
(1) Press the R-14 (+) button. This will input 001:01:00 into the start point input area (A), and cause the cursor to start to flash. (2) Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify the start measure number.
brackets (%) to Part.
3. Specify a measure as the end point of the
(1) Press the R-17 (i) three times to move the cursor to the end point input area. Press the R-14 (+) button. The end point input area (B) initially shows the measure that is one measure after the start point. (2) Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify the end measure number.
6. Press the R-14 (, +) buttons at the same time.
This causes the setting to change to Sol (Solo).
7. Press the L-17 (START/STOP) button.
This starts playback only of the part you selected in step 4. Playback stops automatically when it reaches the end of a song. To stop playback part way through, press the L-17 (START/STOP) button.
5. Press the R-15 (EXIT) button to exit the locator
6. Perform the following steps to start phrase
(1) Press the L-13 (REPEAT) button. This causes the ? indicator to appear on the display. (2) Press the L-17 (START/STOP) button. The specified phrase plays back in a loop.
7. To stop playback, press the L-17 (START/STOP)
Editing a Song
The following operations are supported during song editing. Deleting a specific song or all songs Copying a song from one area to another Deleting specific measures from a song Inserting blank measures into a song Extracting system track recorded content to track 04 through 07 or 09 through 16 Renaming songs
Pressing the R-15 (EXIT) button without pressing the R-16 (ENTER) button in step 4 above will cancel the phrase setting operation and close the locator screen. The start point and end point specified on the locator screen by the above operation will be displayed as the initial default values when you display the screen of editing the next event. To delete all events in a specific range of a track (page E-87) To copy the events within a specific range to a desired location (page E-88) To quantize all note events within specific range of a track (page E-90) To delete all pitch bender events within a specific range of a track (page E-91) This lets you repeat play and check the phrase so you can perform the above operation to edit it.
To start a song editor operation
button, press the C-3 (EDIT) button to display the editor menu.
Song Edit and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays the song editor menu shown below.
To clear a song
4. Press the R-17 (y) button to move the thick
brackets (%) to To.
1. Perform the procedure under To start a song
editor operation on page E-75 to display the song editor menu, with the 0 located at Clear.
This displays the Clear Song screen.
song area number you want to clear.
An asterisk (*) next to a song area number indicates that there is already data recorded in that area. An asterisk (*) next to a song area number indicates that there is already data recorded in that area.
Cursor (solid line) Events before (previous event) and after (following event) the current event
The event editor screen shows three events at one time. The event in the middle line is the selected event. You can change the value where the solid-line cursor is located. A broken line under a setting value indicates that the cursor can be moved to that value.
Reading Event Data
Here we will use two types of event displays to explain how to read event data. Example 1: Note event
Example 2: Pitch bender event
Using the Song Sequencer Event Data List
The following table shows the event types that correspond to the abbreviations that appear on the display, as well as the parameters of each event type and setting ranges. 2 display and 4 display in the table headings correspond to the 2, 4 screen positions under Reading Event Data (page E-82). 2 display during insert in the table headings indicates the event type name enclosed in thick brackets (%) when step 3 of insert event procedure under To insert an event (page E-88). System Track and Track 01 to 16 Common Events Event Type
2 display during
Event Name (song start point)
Parameter Name Note name Gate time Velocity Pitch Bender Modulation Sustain Pedal Soft Pedal Sostenute Pedal
Setting Range (Not editable) C- - C0 - G9*2 00:00 - 99:- - 0000 - +- - - - 127 (Not editable)
Bend Mod Sus Soft Sost END
Pitch Bender Modulation*3 Sustain Pedal Soft Pedal Sostenute Pedal (song end point)
[Bend] [Modulat] [Sustain] [Soft] [Sostenu]
VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU
*1 A note event is not displayed as the event name at position 2, but rather as the note name (C4, etc.). *2 C- on the display indicates C-1 (one octave below C0). *3 This event can be added only with the operation under To insert an event (page E-88). It applies vibrato. Track 01 to 16 Events Event Type
insert [Tone] [Volume] [Pan] [CrsTune] [FinTune] [BendRng] [RevSend] [ChoSend] [ScaleEn] [DspLine] [Express]
TONE Vol Pan CTun FTun BndR RSnd CSnd SclE DspL Exp
Event Name Part Tone Part Volume Part Pan Part Coarse Tune Part Fine Tune Part Bend Range Part Reverb Send Part Chorus Send Part Scale Enable Part DSP Line Expression*4
VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU VALU
Parameter Name Tone Number Part Volume Part Pan Part Coarse Tune Part Fine Tune Part Bend Range Part Reverb Send Part Chorus Send Part Scale Enable Part DSP Line Expression
Part Coarse Tune
Part Fine Tune
Part Bend Range
Event Name Part Reverb Send
Parameter Name Part Part Reverb Send Part Part Chorus Send Part Part DSP Line Accomp volume Accomp Scale
Setting Range UPP1, UPP2, LOWR, HARM 000 - 127 UPP1, UPP2, LOWR, HARM 000 - 127 UPP1, UPP2, LOWR, HARM on, oFF 000 - 127 on, oFF
Part Chorus Send
DspL AVol AScl
Part DSP Line Accomp Volume
[DspLine] [AcmpVol] [AcmpScl]
PART VALU VALU VALU
*1 A chord event is not displayed as the event name at position 2, but rather as the chord root (C, etc.) *2 See Fingering Guide on (page E-124). *3 Intro: intro
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