Here you can find all about Casio WK-1250 like manual and other informations. For example: .
Casio WK-1250 manual (user guide) is ready to download for free.
On the bottom of page users can write a review. If you own a Casio WK-1250 please write about it to help other people. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Casio WK-1250 photo ]
Casio WK-1250, size: 7.3 MB
User reviews and opinions
|helgekraak||3:43pm on Monday, November 1st, 2010|
|Poor quality keys A few days after receiving this keyboard, some of the keys started making loud clicking noises when pressed. Sampling issues Nice Keyboard although I could not get the Sampling feature to work.|
|Liuzhaojie||4:19pm on Sunday, October 31st, 2010|
|* Well worth it if you can find at $200-250* Very difficult to read labels on control buttons* Good first instrument if you are going to l...|
|abedabunk||6:10pm on Monday, May 17th, 2010|
|One comment only: get this one and learn about getting free midi files on internet! Play, sing, learn and create with this newest model from Casio.|
Comments posted on www.ps2netdrivers.net are solely the views and opinions of the people posting them and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of us.
Please keep all information for future reference. Safety Precautions Before trying to use the keyboard, be sure to read the separate Safety Precautions.
GUA DEL USUARIO
Guarde toda la informacin para futuras consultas. Precauciones de seguridad Antes de intentar usar el teclado, asegrese de leer las Precauciones de seguridad separadas.
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: WK-200/WK-500 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-5 (for WK-200) or AD-12 (for WK-500) adaptor. The AC adaptor is not a toy. Be sure to disconnect the AC adaptor before cleaning the product.
Playing the Rhythm Part Only. E-36 Playing All Parts.. E-37 Using Auto Accompaniment Effectively. E-39 Using One-Touch Preset.. E-40 Using Auto Harmonize.. E-41
Editing Auto Accompaniment Patterns.. E-42 Saving Keyboard Setups to Registration Memory. E-46
To save a setup to registration memory. E-47 To recall a setup from registration memory.. E-47
Sampling Sounds and Playing Them on the Digital Keyboard.. E-17
Connection and Preparation..E-17 Sampling and Playing a Melody Sound (Melody Sampling)..E-18 Incorporating a Sampled Sound into a Drum Set (Drum Sampling)..E-20 Other Sampling Functions..E-22
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
Operating Precautions.. E-73 Error Messages.. E-74 Song List... E-75
MIDI Implementation Chart
Using a Memory Card (WK-500 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/
1. Select the first tone you want to use.
Press bp and then use bs (10-key) to select the tone you want. Example: 026 ELEC.PIANO 1 (WK-500)
You can use the procedure below to assign different tones to the right range and left range of the keyboard, so it sounds like you are playing an ensemble between two instruments.
To select the two tones for a split keyboard
1. Select the tone for the right side range (page
Press bp and then use bs (10-key) to select the tone you want. Example: 335 FLUTE 1 (WK-500)
2. Press cq.
F l u t e 1
2. Press cp.
3. Use bs (10-key) to select the second tone you
Example: 212 STRINGS (WK-500)
St r i n
4. Play something on the keyboard.
Both tones sound at the same time.
3. Use bs (10-key) to select the left side range tone
Example: 056 VIBRAPHONE 1 (WK-500)
5. Pressing cq again to unlayer the keyboard (so it
plays only the tone you selected in step 1).
Each press of cq toggles between layered (two tones) and unlayered (one tone). This will sound the tones assigned to the left and right side ranges of the keyboard.
VIBRAPHONE 1 Split point FLUTE 1
Splitting the Keyboard between Two Different Tones
5. Pressing cp again to unsplit the keyboard (so it
Each press of cp toggles between split (two tones) and unsplit (one tone).
Reverb adds reverberation to notes. You can change the duration of the reverb.
and  ( E-6). ) keys to display Reverb (page
Reve r b
2. Use the bs (10-key)  and [+] keys to select the
reverb setting you want.
Off (oFF) Turns off reverb. The larger the number selected, the longer the reverb duration.
If you turn on both layer and split, layering will be applied to the right side range of the keyboard only.
To change the split point
1 to 10
1. While holding down cp, press the keyboard key
where you want the split point to be.
The key you press will become the lowest note of the right side range of the split keyboard. Example: Setting middle C (C4) as the split point.
Indicator disappears when reverb is turned off.
Chorus is a function that adds depth and breadth to notes. It makes you sound as if you are playing multiple instruments.
You also could connect a commercially available microphone. Connection of an external device 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 (WK200: 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 cs.
Sampling will stop when you release cs. Even if you do not press cs, sampling will stop automatically whenever there is no more sound being input from the external device or microphone. Sampling also will stop automatically 10 seconds after it is started.
Sampled sound 1
To sample a sound
Used memory (Unit: Kbytes)
1. Press bp and then use bs (10-key) to enter the
tone number (WK-500: 671 to 675) (WK-200: 571 to 575) where you want to store the sampled sound.
No sampled sound stored 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
In place of the above steps, you could press cs and bp at the same time and then select a tone number.
2. Press cs.
This enters sampling standby. The allowable sampling time (in seconds) will appear on the display momentarily and then the display will change to the following.
Sampling sound and storing it will delete any sound data currently stored under the same tone number. To help ensure that you do not accidentally delete important data, be sure to read Protecting Against Accidental Deletion of Sampled Sounds on page E-24.
Wa i t i n
3. Output the sound from the external device. In
the case of a microphone, output the sound in the direction of the microphone.
Sampling will start automatically.
Samp l i n
Sampling Sounds and Playing Them on the Digital Keyboard How sampled sounds are played
Loop 3 (Loop3)
Pitch 1 (Ptch1) Pitch 2 (Ptch2)
In place of the above steps, you could press cs and bq at the same times and then select a tone number.
Pitch 3 (Ptch3)
3. Press cs.
Tremolo (Treml) Alternates volume between high and low. Funny 1 (Funy1) Funny 2 (Funy2) Funny 3 (Funy3) Adds vibrato and changes the pitch by a gradually increasing amount. Alternates between high pitch and low pitch. Adds vibrato and changes the pitch from low to high.
4. Press the keyboard key to which you want to
assign the drum sound you are about to sample.
Avoid assigning the same sampled sound to the keyboard for play along and for looped play. Doing so will cause, the Loop 1 effect to be applied to the keyboard tone while looped play of the sampled sound is being performed.
5. Output the sound from the external device. In
Editing Sampled Drum Set Sounds
You can use the procedures in this section to copy the drum sound assigned to one keyboard key to another key, to change the pitch of a sound, and to delete a sampled sound.
tone number (WK-500: 676, 677, or 678) (WK200: 576, 577, or 578) for the drum set you want.
2. Press cs. 3. Press ct.
6. After the sound you want to sample is finished, press cs.
l D r m1
Smp l D r m1
Flashes at high speed
Remaining memory capacity
This is the editing mode. While in the editing mode, you can copy a sound, change the pitch of a sound, or delete a sound (each of which is described below). Pressing ct again exits the editing mode and returns to step 2 of this procedure.
Indicates keyboard keys that have sounds assigned.
7. Press the keyboard key.
You can repeat steps 3 through 6 to change other sounds that make up the currently selected drum set. There are eight sounds per drum set. 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.
To copy a sampled sound from one key to another
While holding down the keyboard key to which the sampled sound you want to copy is assigned, press the keyboard key to which you want to copy it. Example: To copy sampled sound of key C4 to key D4
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 bn to select the part you want to turn off.
Each press of bn cycles through the settings shown below.
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 br 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. 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.
2. Press bm.
This starts playback in accordance with the setting you selected in step 1.
During playback with one part turned off, only the notes of the part that is turned off are shown on the display.
Increasing the Selection of Songs
You can load song data from an external device and increase the selection of songs available on the keyboard. See the following pages for more information. SD memory card (WK-500 only) (page E-62) Computer (page E-68)
For information about how to delete song data loaded from an external device, see page E-57.
Using Built-in Songs to Master Keyboard Play
Step Up Lesson Flow
To master a song, it is best to break it up into shorter parts (phrases), master the phrases, and then put everything together. Your Digital Keyboard comes with a Step Up Lesson feature that helps you to do just that.
Step Up Lesson takes you through practice of the right hand part, left hand part, and both hand parts for each phrase of a song. Master all of the phrases and you master the song. Phrase 1 Right Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3 Left Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3 Both Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3
The built-in songs are pre-divided into phrases to help you master keyboard play.
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 9.
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 9 returns to normal pattern.
1. While a variation pattern is playing, press bk.
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 bk 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 bl.
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.
To save a setup to registration memory
To recall a setup from registration memory
Recording Your Keyboard Play
brbqbp brbq bs
The recorder feature lets you record your keyboard play.
4. Configure the tone, rhythm, and other settings
you want to use.
Recording and Playing Back Keyboard Play
Use the following procedure to record everything you play on the keyboard.
5. Start playing.
Recording starts as soon as you play something on the keyboard.
1. Press bq. 2. Press 5.
You can use Auto Accompaniment while playing. If you do, Auto Accompaniment also will be recorded.
6. To stop recording, press bm.
3. Press 5 again.
This will enter record stnadby.
7. To play back what you have recorded, press bm
Each press of bm starts and stops playback.
8. Press 5 twice to exit the recorder mode.
You can divide a song according to various types of parts (instrument, left and right hand, etc.), and record each part to a specific track. You can mix up to six tracks (the original track plus five additional tracks) into a final song.
The flashing on the screen shown in step 3 becomes faster when remaining recorder memory capacity becomes less than 100 notes. Total recorder memory capacity is approximately 12,000 notes. Recording will stop automatically when there is no more unused recorder memory remaining. Each press of 5 cycles through the settings shown below. You can listen to the recorded data as many times as you like by pressing bm while in playback standby.
Tracks are numbered from 1 to 6. If you do not specify a track number when recording, recording is performed to Track 1 automatically. In addition to what you play on the keyboard, the following information also is recorded. Track 1 Settings: Tone number, rhythm number, tempo, reverb, chorus, chords, layer/split settings, Auto Harmonize/Arpeggiator setting Operations: Pedal, pitch bend wheel (WK-500 only), INTRO button, SYNCHRO/ENDING button, NORMAL/FILL-IN button, VARIATION/FILL-IN button Tracks 2 through 6 Tone number, pedal operation, pitch bend wheel operation (WK-500 only)
To delete recorded data
After step 3 of the above procedure, do hold down 5 (without pressing any keyboard key) until the message Tr.Del? appears on the display. Press [+] (YES) to delete the data, or  (NO) to cancel the delete operation.
5. To stop recording, press bm.
To play back what you have recorded, press bm again. Each press of bm starts and stops playback.
You can record up to five songs (numbered 1 through 5) in memory. After that, you can select a specific song for playback.
This section explains how to play along and record along with one of the Digital Keyboards built-in songs. The following operations and settings also are recorded along with your keyboard play. Tone number, song number, pedal operation, tempo, reverb, chorus, layer/split settings, pitch bend wheel operation (WK-500 only)
A song number will appear in the upper left corner of the display for a few seconds. While it is, use bs (10-key) to specify the number of the song you want to record or play back. The song number will disappear if you do not perform any operation. Example: Track 2
There can be only one recording of keyboard play with a built-in song in recorder memory. Making a new recording replaces (deletes) previously recorded data.
1. Press br. 2. Press 5.
This will enter playback standby.
3. Press 5 to record, or bm to play back.
To stop recording or playback, press bm.
4. Press 5 twice to exit the recorder mode.
After step 2 of the above procedure, do hold down 5 (without pressing any keyboard key) until the message Song Del? appears on the display. Press [+] (YES) to delete the song, or  (NO) to cancel the delete operation.
4. Use bs (10-key) to enter the song number you
want to assign to the recording.
Recording Two or More Songs, and Selecting One for Playback
Recording while Playing Along with a Built-in Song
5. Press bn to cycle through the parts in the
sequence shown below.
Saving Recorded Data on an External Device
You can save data you record with the Digital Keyboard onto an SD memory card or on your computers hard disk. In the case of an SD memory card, you can save recorded song data as a standard MIDI file (SMF 0 format).
To save data to an SD memory card (WK-500 only)
See page E-61.
To save data on your computers hard disk
Example: Left-hand part recording
See page E-68.
Configure tone and tempo settings at this time as well.
6. Press bm to start built-in song playback and
Play along with the playback. To stop recording part way through, press bm.
7. Recording will stop automatically when the end
of the built-in song is reached.
8. Press bm.
This will start playback of what you recorded. Each press of bm starts and stops playback.
Octave 1. Uses the actual notes played. 2. Uses the actual notes played plus the same notes one octave. 4. Uses the actual notes played plus the same notes three octaves.
Speed (The number of arpeggio notes per beat)
3. Play along on the keyboard with the
Type Name Rising Falling
Deleting User Song Data
You can use the following procedure to delete user song data stored as song numbers 153 through 162.
013 - 030 Up 031 - 048 Down 049 - 066 U/D A
Repeat pattern alternating between rising and falling (Type A) Repeat pattern alternating between rising and falling (Type B) Random arrangement of notes of the pressed keys
067 - 084 U/D B
085 - 102 Random
3. Press cr to turn on Arpeggiator.
Playing a chord on the keyboard will start arpeggio play. Press cr again to turn off Arpeggiator.
) button twice.
User song name
The tempo setting of the Arpeggiator is the same as that set for the metronome (page E-11).
user song you want to delete.
Sustaining an Arpeggio (Arpeggiator Hold)
Use the following procedure when you want an arpeggio pattern to keep playing after you release the keyboard keys.
e Hl d
3. Press the bs (10-key) [+] key to select the ON
Deleting All Data in Digital Keyboard Memory
Use the following procedure when you want to delete sampled sounds, user songs and all other data, except for recorded songs, currently in Digital Keyboard memory.
Performing this procedure also will delete protected sampled sound data (page E-24). This operation does not delete recorded song data.
2. Press the bs (10-key)  (ENTER) key. 3. Use the bs (10-key)  (
to display All Data.
) and  (
Da t a
5. Press the bs (10-key) [+] (YES) key.
Using a Memory Card (WK-500 Only)
4 bq bs
Your Digital Keyboards SD memory card slot makes it possible for you to store record memory and other data on a commercially available SD memory card. Supported SD Memory Cards Your Digital Keyboard supports the use of memory cards up to 2 GB. Use of any SD memory card with greater capacity is not supported. See the instructions that come with the SD memory card for information about its capacity. User data that can be saved and loaded Data Type Sampled sound (page E-18) User rhythms (page E-42) User songs (page E-28) Recorded songs (page E-48) User scale memory (page E-53) Registration setups (page E-46) All data Description Sampled sound data Edited Auto Accompaniment data Song data imported from an external device (cannot be saved to an SD memory card). Recorded song data File Name Extension TW7 DW7*1 AC7
SD Memory Card and Card Slot Precautions
When using an SD memory card, make sure you observe all of the precautions in the instructions that come with it. SD memory cards have a write-protect switch that you can use to protect against accidental deletion of data. Avoid using an SD memory card under the following conditions. Such conditions can corrupt data stored on the memory card. Areas subjected to high temperature, high humidity, and corrosive gas Areas subjected to strong electrostatic charge and digital noise Never touch the contacts of an SD memory card when loading it or removing it from the Digital Keyboard. While data is being stored to or recalled from an SD memory card, never perform any other Digital Keyboard operation or remove the SD memory card. Doing so can corrupt the data on the card and damage the card slot. Never insert anything besides an SD memory card into the card slot. Doing so creates the risk of malfunction. Electrostatic charge discharging from your fingers or the SD memory card to the card slot can cause malfunction of the Digital Keyboard. If this happens, turn the Digital Keyboard off and then back on again. An SD memory card can become quite warm after very long use in the SD memory card slot. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction.
CM2 MID*2 SP7 SL7*3 ST7
Edited scale data
Tone and rhythm setup settings Above data
*1: Sampled drum set sounds *2: Standard MIDI file (format 0, 1) *3: Data recorded playing along with built-in song
Use only SD memory cards. Operation is not guaranteed when any other type of memory card is used.
Inserting and Removing an SD Memory Card
Note that the SD memory card must be oriented correctly when you insert it into the SD memory card slot. Trying to force the memory card into the slot can damage the card and the slot.
Formatting an SD Memory Card
Before using an SD Memory card, first be sure to format it on the Digital Keyboard. Before performing the procedure below, check to make sure that the SD memory card does not contain any data you might need. The SD memory card format performed by the Digital Keyboard is a quick format. If you want to completely delete all of the data on the card, format it on your computer or using some other device.
1. With the top of the SD memory card facing
upwards (so you can see it), carefully insert the card into the keyboards SD memory card slot (ek) until stops with a click.
1. Insert the SD memory card you want to format
into the Digital Keyboards card slot.
Make sure that the write-protect switch of the SD memory card is not in the write-protect position.
2. Press ct and dk at the same time.
F o r ma t
3. Press the bs (10-key)  (ENTER) key.
This will display the format confirmation screen.
2. Press the SD memory card into the card slot
and then release it.
This will cause the card to disengage and eject partially. Pull the card out of the slot.
4. Press the bs (10-key) [+] (YES) key.
The message Pls wait will appear on the display. Do not perform any operation while this message is displayed. Complete appears on the display after formatting is complete. To cancel the format operation, press  (NO) or  (EXIT) in place of [+] (YES).
P l s wa i t Comp l e t e
Use the following procedure to save Digital Keyboard data to an SD memory card.
To save this data Sampled sound User rhythm Recorded song Recorded song (SMF 0 format) User Scale Memory Registration data All data
Display this screen SAv SmplTone SAv UserRhy. SAv Rec.Song SAv SMF 0 SAv ScaleMem SAv Regist. SAv All Data
1. On the Digital Keyboard, select the data you
want to save as described below.
To save this type of data Sampled sound User rhythm Recorded song Do this Select the tone number of the sampled sound you want to save. Select the rhythm number of the user rhythm you want to save. Select the song you want to save and put the Digital Keyboard in playback standby. Press bq and then 4. Select one of the Digital Keyboards default built in tones or rhythms.
Saving a recording made while playing along with a built-in song in SMF 0 format will save only what was played on the keyboard.
User scale memory Registration data All data
You cannot save a user song (song data loaded from an external device) to an SD memory card. See page E-59 for information about data types.
Enter the file name of the data you are saving. Use the ) and  ( ) keys to move the bs (10-key)  ( cursor to the character you want to change, and then use [+] and  to change the character. Pressing  (EXIT) will return to the screen that was displayed before you pressed  (ENTER).
2. Insert a SD memory card into the Digital
Keyboards card slot.
3. Hold down dk until the button lights.
To cancel data save, press dk again. Example: Saving a sampled sound
6. Press the bs (10-key)  (ENTER) key.
This will save the data to the SD memory card.
Smp l T o n e
Comp l e t e
If there is a file with the same name already on the SD memory card, a message will appear asking if you want to overwrite it. Press the bs (10-key) [+] (YES) key to overwrite, or  (NO) or  (EXIT) to cancel.
Models: WK-200 / WK-500
Version : 1.0
Transmitted Recognized Remarks
Basic Channel - - - 16
Default Messages Altered 4 - 127
Mode 3 X Mode 3 X
0 - - 127 *1
Note ON Note OFF O 9nH v = 1 - 127 X 9nH v = 0 X X X (WK-200) O (WK-500) 0, 6, 64
O 9nH v = 1 - 127 X 9nH v = 0.8nH V =** X O O O (MSB only) O O *3 O O O O
**: no relation **: sin relacin
O X X (WK-200) O (WK-500) *2 O O X O *4
Bank select Modulation Data entry Volume Pan Expression Hold 1
O *4 O *4 X
Sostenuto Soft pedal Reverb send
Control Change X O *4 O O Expression Hold 1
100, 121 O 0 - 127 O 0 - 127
O *4 O *4 X O X (WK-200) O (WK-500) *2 X O O O O O O *3 O O Sostenuto Soft pedal Reverb send Chorus send RPN LSB, MSB All sound off Reset all controller
Program Change O *5 O *6 *7 X X X X X X X X O O
: Song Pos : Song Sel : Tune
System Real Time
: Clock : Commands
Aux X O X X X O O X
*1: *2: *3: *4: *5:
: Local ON/OFF : All notes OFF : Active Sense : Reset
*1: Depends on tone. *2: RPN : Pitch Bend Sensitivity (WK-500 only) *3: RPN : Pitch Bend Sensitivity, Fine Tune, Coarse Tune *4: In accordance with pedal effect setting. *5: Universal System Exclusive Messages : Master Fine Tuning, Master Coarse Tuning, Reverb Time, Chorus Type *6: Universal System Exclusive Messages : GM System On/Off, GM2 System On, Master Volume, Master Fine Tuning, Master Coarse Tuning, Reverb Time, Chorus Type, Chorus Modulation Rate *7: This models System Exclusive Message For details about footnotes 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/.
Depende del tono. RPN : Sensibilidad a la inflexin de altura tonal (slo WK-500) RPN : Sensibilidad a la inflexin de altura tonal, afinacin precisa, afinacin aproximada De acuerdo con el ajuste de efecto de pedal. Mensajes exclusivos de sistema universal : Afinacin maestra precisa, afinacin maestra aproximada, tiempo de reverberacin, Tipo de coro *6: Mensajes exclusivos de sistema universal : Sistema GM activado/desactivado, sistema GM2 activado, volumen general, afinacin maestra precisa, afinacin maestra aproximada, tiempo de reverberacin, tipo de coro, tasa de modulacin al coro *7: Mensaje exclusivo del sistema de este modelo Si desea informacin sobre las notas al pie de pgina 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, consulte Implementacin MIDI en http://world.casio.com/
Connecting Headphones..E-11 Connecting a Pedal..E-11 Connecting a Microphone (WK-6500 only).E-11 Connecting Audio Equipment or an Amplifier..E-12 Bundled and Optional Accessories.E-12
Music Presets.. E-50
Using Music Presets.. E-50 Creating a User Preset. E-54 Editing a Chord Progression.. E-58
Selecting and Playing a Tone. E-13
To turn on Digital Keyboard power.E-13 Listening to Demo Tunes..E-14 Selecting a Tone...E-14 Layering and Splitting Tones..E-15 Raising and Lowering Keyboard Tuning (Transpose)..E-18 Using Octave Shift..E-18 Using the Metronome..E-19 Using the Pitch Bend Wheel..E-20 Selecting a Temperament and Fine Tuning Its Scale..E-21 Playing Arpeggio Phrases Automatically (Arpeggiator)..E-23
Saving Keyboard Setups to Registration Memory. E-62
To save a setup to registration memory. E-63 To recall a setup from registration memory.. E-63
Using the Song Sequencer. E-64
Starting One-touch Recording (EASY REC). E-64 What you can do with the song sequencer. E-66 Recording Individual Tracks.. E-68 Using Panel Record to Rewrite Song Header Settings.. E-72 Playing a Recorded Song.. E-73 Editing a Song.. E-75 Editing a Track.. E-79 Editing Events.. E-81 Directly Inputting Note Events (Step Input). E-94
Using Auto Accompaniment. E-24
Playing an Auto Accompaniment.E-24 Selecting a Chord Fingering Mode.E-26 Modifying Auto Accompaniment Patterns.E-27 Using One-Touch Presets..E-27 Using Auto Harmonize..E-28 Using the Rhythm Editor..E-29
Using the Function Menu. E-96
Using the Function Menu.. E-96 Function Menu Settings.. E-97
Using a Memory Card. E-102
Loading and Removing a Memory Card.E-103 Entering the Card Mode..E-103 Formatting a Memory Card..E-103 Saving Digital Keyboard Data to a Memory Card..E-104 Loading Data from a Memory Card.E-106 To delete a file from a memory card..E-107 To rename a file on a memory card.E-107 Playing a Music File from a Memory Card.E-108 Error Messages...E-111
Connecting to a Computer. E-112
On this screen, RHYTHM is selected because it is enclosed by thick brackets. This indicates that the rhythm setting can be changed.
On this screen, Touch is selected because the 0 is next to it. This indicates that the value to the right of Touch, which is enclosed in thick brackets, can be changed.
4 Registration bank area
This area shows the number of the currently selected registration bank (page E-62). 5 Chord area This area shows the chord being played when Auto Accompaniment (page E-24) or music preset (page E-50) is being used. It also can display fraction chords by showing the chord root (C, G, etc.) and type (m, 7th, etc.).
Your Digital Keyboard has three modes: a rhythm mode, a card mode, and a song sequencer mode. The currently selected mode is shown as an indicator on the display. Card mode
C-7 (CARD) or R-15 (EXIT) button
You can use the same operations to display mode and function specific menus. To display a menu, hold down the R-13 (FUNCTION) button as you press the C-13 (MENU) button. For example, the Performance menu shown below will appear if you perform the above operation while in the rhythm mode. This menu provides instant access to performance functions.
C-7 (CARD) button
C-3 (SONG SEQUENCER) button C-3 (SONG SEQUENCER) or R-15 (EXIT) button
Song sequencer mode Rhythm mode (: indicator displayed) The rhythm mode is the initial power on default mode. The rhythm mode is the base mode, and it is the mode you should enter when you want to play on the keyboard or use Auto Accompaniment. Card mode (; indicator displayed) Enter the card mode when you want to perform memory card operations. See Using a Memory Card (page E-102) for more information. In the rhythm mode, pressing the C-7 (CARD) button will enter the card mode. In the card mode, pressing the C-7 (CARD) button or the R-15 (EXIT) button will return to the rhythm mode. Song sequencer mode (< indicator displayed) Enter the sequencer mode when you want to record performances using the keyboard and Auto Accompaniment, or to play back song data. For details, see Using the Song Sequencer (page E-64). In the rhythm mode, pressing the C-3 (SONG SEQUENCER) button will enter the song sequencer mode. In the song sequencer mode, pressing the C-3 (SONG SEQUENCER) button or the R-15 (EXIT) button will return to the rhythm mode.
3. Insert the tabs of the battery cover into the
holes on the side of the battery compartment, and close the cover.
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.
T-4 (PHONES) jack T-7 (MIC IN) jack
Connecting a Microphone (WK-6500 only)
You can connect a dynamic microphone (only) to the Digital Keyboard for output thorough the Digital Keyboards speakers.
Headphones do not come with the Digital Keyboard. Use commercially available headphones.
Do not listen to very high volume output over headphones for long periods. 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.
You can adjust the volume level of microphone input with the L-3 (MIC VOLUME) knob. Microphone volume control is independent of overall keyboard volume. Built-in effects (reverb, chorus, DSP) are also applied to input from the microphone. You also can use the Mixer to adjust how effects are applied, the speaker stereo pan position, and other parameters. For details, see Selecting and Playing a Tone (page E-13) and Using the Mixer (page E-39).
Connecting a Pedal
Connecting an optionally available pedal lets you perform pedal operations that add more versatility to your keyboard play. For information about the types of effects that can be applied by pressing the pedal, see Ped.Assign (Pedal Assign) (page E-97).
T-3 (SUSTAIN/ASIGNABLE) jack
Before connecting a microphone, make sure that the Digital Keyboard and microphone are turned off. Before connecting a microphone, set both the L-2 (MAIN VOLUME) and L-3 (MIC VOLUME) knobs to low levels. Adjust volume settings to appropriate levels after connecting the microphone.
Connecting Audio Equipment or an Amplifier
You can connect audio equipment or a music amplifier to the Digital Keyboard and then play through external speakers for more powerful volume and better sound quality.
Playing an External Device from the Digital Keyboard 3
Use a commercially available connecting cord to connect the external audio equipment to the Digital Keyboards T-5 (AUDIO IN) jack as shown in Figure 3. The connecting cord should have a stereo mini plug on one end and a plug that matches the configuration of the external device on the other end. Use the L-2 (CTK-6000: VOLUME) (WK-6500: MAIN VOLUME) knob to adjust the volume level.
FineTune and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays the scale fine tuning screen like the one shown below.
3. Use the dial or the R-14 (, +) buttons to change
the setting value.
To do this: Not apply scale settings to Auto Accompaniment Apply scale settings to Auto Accompaniment Select this setting: oFF on
4. When the setting is the way you want, press the
R-15 (EXIT) button.
4. You can adjust the tuning of each individual
note in the scale.
(1) Use the R-17 (t) button to move the 0 to Note, and then use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to select the name of the note you want to fine tune. You can also press a keyboard key to specify a note. (2) Use the R-17 (y) button to move the 0 to Cent, and then use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to fine tune the selected note. You can fine tune a note within the range of 99 through +99 cents. Adjusting all of the notes in the scale to 0 changes the selected tuning to equal temperament. The C indicator will be on the display when any note in the scale has a value other than 0.
The above scale on/off setting affects the Auto Accompaniment bass part and Chord 1 through Chord 5 parts (A11 through A16). You also can turn scales settings on or off for each individual part using the Part Parameter (page E-44) Scale (Part Scale Enable) setting.
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.
9. After everything is the way you want, press the
R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays a screen for specifying the destination user rhythm number and rhythm name.
Destination user rhythm number
Pressing the R-15 (EXIT) button in place of step 8 displays the confirmation screen shown below. Pressing the R-14 (YES) button at this time will display the user rhythm save screen in step 9.
10. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to select the
destination user rhythm number you want.
11. Use the R-17 (u, i) buttons to move the
cursor to the name character position you want to change, and then use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to select the character you want.
See Supported Input Characters (page E-124) for information about the characters you can input for the name. To input a space, press both of the R-14 (, +) buttons at the same time.
To cancel the editor operation without saving the edited results, press the R-14 (NO) button. If the size of the accompaniment pattern or instrument part data is too large to be edited, a memory full message (Memory Full) will appear on the display. If that happens, select a different accompaniment pattern or instrument part for editing.
To clear user rhythm data
1. Press the C-2 (RHYTHM EDITOR) button to
display the rhythm editor screen.
button, press the C-13 (MENU) button.
This displays the rhythm editor menu.
12. Press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This saves the data. If the rhythm number where you are saving the data already has data saved to it, a message (Replace?) will appear on the display to confirm whether you want to replace the existing data with the new data. Press the R-14 (YES) button to replace the existing data with the new data or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel and return to the screen in step 9.
Clear and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays a screen for specifying the number of the rhythm you want to clear.
4. Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to specify the
number of the user rhythm you want to clear.
The message Please Wait will remain on the display while a data save operation is in progress. Do not perform any other operation while it is displayed. Turning off the Digital Keyboard or removing the memory card can cause Digital Keyboard data to be deleted or become corrupted. It also can cause the Digital Keyboard to fail to turn on when the L-1 (POWER) button is pressed. If this happens, refer to Troubleshooting (page E-114).
5. Press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 6. In response to the Sure? message that
appears, press the R-14 (YES) button to clear or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel.
Applying Effects to a Sound
You can apply a variety of different acoustic effects to the sounds produced by the Digital Keyboard. The built-in effects include a wide variety of variations that give you access to a selection of general digital effects.
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.
Notes currently being sounded by the keyboard may stop if you recall a setup that causes a change in octave shift (page E-18). To keep this from happening, either select a setup that does not cause a change in the octave shift setting, or hold down the pedal (which will cause notes currently being played to be sustained).
Registered as Setup 2-1
Using the Song Sequencer
C-3 C-4 C-5 R-15
R-1 -R-12 R-1 R-12
R-16 R-17 R-14 R-13
L-13 L-15 L-14 L-17
You can use the song sequencer to record keyboard play (including Auto Accompaniment), or to record individual parts (multi-track recording) and combine them into a final song. After recording data, you can edit each individual note (event). You can have up to five recorded songs (approximately 12,000 notes total) stored in memory at the same time.
Starting One-touch Recording (EASY REC)
EASY REC lets you start recording of keyboard play with a single button operation.
EASY REC is a function of the song sequencer. For details on using the song sequencer, see What you can do with the song sequencer (page E-66). EASY REC can be used to record keyboard play that uses a music preset (page E-50). For details, see To use EASY REC to record a performance using a music preset (page E-66).
To use EASY REC to record
1. Configure Digital Keyboard settings for your
Configure the following settings: tone and rhythm selection, tempo, layer and split, synchro standby (when using Auto Accompaniment), mixer, etc. For details about settings that can be configured, see Recording Start under System Track and Track 01 through 16 Common Recording Content (page E-67) and System Track Recording Content (page E-67). Performing step 2 below enters record standby. After that, recording will start whenever you play something on the keyboard. After step 2, take care that you do not accidentally press a keyboard key and unintentionally start recording.
2. Press the C-4 (RECORD) button.
The button will start flashing and the EASY REC screen shown below will appear on the display.
Song area number
(4) Use the R-17 (y) button to move the 0 to Precount and then use the R-14 (, +) buttons to turn the precount on or off. Turing on the precount inserts a one-measure count before the start of recording when you press the L-17 (START/STOP) button in step 4. (5) Press the R-15 (EXIT) button to exit the menu.
To use EASY REC to record a performance using a music preset
using a music preset (page E-50).
What you can do with the song sequencer
The simplest use of the song sequencer is to record a performance as you play it. For details, see To use EASY REC to record (page E-64). Virtually everything you play on the keyboard can be recorded by the song sequencer. You also can use the song sequencer to perform multi-track recording of 17 different tracks and assemble them into a final song. For example, you can first record a piano track, followed by a bass track, then a guitar track or tracks that feature other musical instruments.
The button will start flashing and the EASY REC screen will appear on the display.
Songs, tracks, and parts
A single song can be made up of up to 17 tracks. The 17 tracks are broken down as shown in the table below.
Track Part Number A04 A05 A06 A07 A09 A10 System Track A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 Track 01 Track 16 B01 B16 Part Contents Auto Accompaniment (Auto harmonize tone) Keyboard (UPPER 1 part) Keyboard (UPPER 2 part) Keyboard (LOWER part) Auto Accompaniment (Percussion part) Auto Accompaniment (Drums part) Auto Accompaniment (Bass part) Auto Accompaniment (Chord 1 part) Auto Accompaniment (Chord 2 part) Auto Accompaniment (Chord 3 part) Auto Accompaniment (Chord 4 part) Auto Accompaniment (Chord 5 part) Keyboard (B01 part) Keyboard (B16 part)
3. Start to play something using a music preset.
For details, see To perform using a music preset (page E-50).
This will start recording, along with Auto Accompaniment in accordance with the preset chord progression. Starting recording will cause the C-4 (RECORD) button to change from flashing to lit. During recording, the display will show the current measure (MEASURE) and beat (BEAT).
4. To stop recording, press the L-17 (START/
After recording stops, the initial song sequencer mode screen appears on the display. At this time you can press the L-17 (START/STOP) button to replay what you have just recorded. For details about playing back recorded content, see Playing a Recorded Song (page E-73).
5. To exit the song sequencer, press the C-3
The Digital Keyboard uses multiple parts simultaneously to sound Auto Accompaniment, a keyboard layer tone, and keyboard split tone at the same time. The system track is used to record the notes of these parts in a single location. Tracks 01 through 16 each correspond to a single musical instrument part. Each track is used to record the notes of each individual part. The parts shown in the table above correspond to mixer parts. For details, see Using the Mixer (page E-39). Part B10 is a drum sound only part.
Recording Individual Tracks
This section explains how to record to the system track and how to record to Tracks 01 through 16. For details about track configuration and what is recorded to each track, see What you can do with the song sequencer (page E-66).
If the system track already contains recorded data, starting recording in step 7 below will cause the current system track data to be deleted.
To record a performance to the system track
1. Press the C-3 (SONG SEQUENCER) button to
enter the song sequencer mode.
5. Configure panel settings as required for your
Configure the following settings: tone and rhythm selection, tempo, layer and split, synchro standby (when using Auto Accompaniment), mixer, etc. For details about settings that can be configured, see Recording Start under System Track and Track 01 through 16 Common Recording Content (page E-67) and System Track Recording Content (page E-67). For information about mixer settings, see Mixer Settings in the Song Sequencer Mode (page E-72).
6. Perform the following steps to configure beat
An asterisk (*) next to a song area number indicates that there is already data recorded in that area. L in the level meter indicates that the system track is currently selected, while M indicates that another track (01 through 16) is selected. In the case of M, a pointer (e) indicates which track is selected. A black box ( ) in the level meter above a track number indicates that there is already data recorded in that track.
song area number.
Selecting a song area that already contains recorded data will immediately recall the header settings of the song (page E-67).
3. Press the C-4 (RECORD) button.
The button will start to flash and the Digital Keyboard will enter record standby, which means recording will start whenever you play something on the keyboard. Up to step 7, take care that you do not accidentally press a keyboard key and unintentionally start recording.
(2) Use the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons to configure the beat setting. You can specify a beat setting of 2/4 to 8/4, 2/8 to 16/8. (3) Use the R-17 (y) button to move the 0 to Metronome and then use the R-14 (, +) buttons to turn the metronome on or off. Turning on the metronome causes it to sound a count during recording, but not during playback. (4) Use the R-17 (y) button to move the 0 to Precount and then use the R-14 (, +) buttons to turn the precount on or off. Turing on the precount inserts a one-measure count before the start of recording when you press the L-17 (START/STOP) button in step 7. (5) Press the R-15 (EXIT) button to exit the menu.
To clear the content of a single track immediately after recording it
To clear a single song immediately after recording it
1. While the song sequencer mode initial screen is
on the display after track recording is complete, hold down the R-13 (FUNCTION) button as you press the C-13 (MENU) button.
This displays the song sequencer menu with the 0 located at ClearTrack.
This displays the song sequencer menu.
2. Use the R-17 (t, y) button to move the 0 to
ClearSong and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This causes the Clear Song screen to appear. At this time the target song for the clear operation is the one you just recorded.
3. Press the R-16 (ENTER) button. 2. Press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This causes the Clear Track screen to appear. At this time the target track for the clear operation is the one you just recorded. This will cause the confirmation message Sure? to appear.
4. Press the R-14 (YES) button to clear the track
data or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel.
This will cause the confirmation message Sure? to appear.
For information on how to select a particular song and clear its content, see To clear a song (page E-76).
For information on how to select a particular track and clear its content, see To clear a single track (page E-79).
Mixer Settings in the Song Sequencer Mode
You can access the mixer during playback, playback standby, or record standby (C-4 (RECORD) button flashing), or while recording is in progress (C-4 (RECORD) button lit). Press the C-5 (MIXER) button to display the mixer screen. To return to the song sequencer mode screen, press the C-5 (MIXER) button again or press the R-15 (EXIT) button. The table below shows how mixer parts correspond to song sequencer parts. Mixer Parts A04 to A07, A09 to A16 Parts B01 to B16 Song Sequencer System Track Tracks 01 through 16
Using Panel Record to Rewrite Song Header Settings
The header of each song contains header settings, which are settings that were in effect on the Digital Keyboard when recording was performed. You can use a panel record operation to rewrite a songs header settings with the Digital Keyboards current setup. The following items are header settings that can be rewritten using the panel record operation. Rhythm selection Tempo setting Scale setting The mixer settings below All part parameters from A04 through A07 and B01 through B16 (Excluding part on/off) Part parameters from A09 through A16: part on/off, coarse tune, fine tune, scale enable, DSP line DSP parameters: volume, pan, reverb send Effect settings Accomp volume UPPER 1 part tone, UPPER 2 part tone, and LOWER part tone selections
appears, press the R-14 (YES) button to insert or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel.
appears, press the R-14 (YES) button to delete or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel.
To extract system track recorded content to track 04 through 07 or 09 through 16
As explained in detail under Songs, tracks, and parts (page E-66), the system track is an individual track, while the keyboard play and Auto Accompaniment data are recorded individually to multiple parts (A04 through A07, A09 through A16). The data of these parts is extracted to Tracks 04 through 07 and 09 through 16, with one part corresponding individually to one track of data. This makes it easy to edit each accompaniment part individually.
A04 A05 A06 A07 A09 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 B04 B05 B06 B07 B09 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16
4. In response to the Sure? message that
appears, press the R-14 (YES) button to start extraction or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel.
To rename a song
Rename and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays the Rename screen.
Performing this operation will delete all data currently recorded in the system track except for tempo data. Performing this operation deletes all data currently recorded in Tracks 04 through 07 and 09 through 16, and overwrites it with the data in the system track.
Extract and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays an Extract screen like the one shown below.
4. After everything is the way you want, press the
appears, press the R-14 (YES) button to rename the song or the R-14 (NO) button to cancel.
Editing a Track
The following operations are supported during track (system track, Tracks 01 through 16) editing. Clearing a single track Copying one track to another track (Tracks 01 through 16 only) Combining two tracks into a single track (Tracks 01 through 16 only)
To clear a single track
1. Perform the procedure under To start a track
editor operation on page E-79 to display the track editor menu.
This causes the Clear Track screen to appear.
To start a track editor operation
3. Use the R-17 (t, y) button to move the 0 to
TrackEdit and then press the R-16 (ENTER) button.
This displays the track editor menu shown below.
3. Use the dial or R-17 (u, i) buttons to specify
the track you want to clear.
A black box ( ) above a track number in the level meter indicates that there is already data recorded in that track. You also can select a track using the dial or R-14 (, +) buttons.
To copy one track to another track (Tracks 01 through 16 only)
To combine two tracks into a single track (Tracks 01 through 16 only)
1. In the song sequencer mode, use the R-17 (u,
i) buttons to select the lower numbered track of those you want to combine.
As an example, we will combine Track 03 and Track 05 into Track 06. Here, select Track 03.
Delays the input signal and feeds it back to create a repeating effect and give sounds more breadth. Parameters and Value Ranges: 1 :Delay Time (0 to 127) Adjusts the delay time. 2 :Feedback (0 to 127) Adjusts the repeat of the delay. 3 :Ratio Lch (0 to 127) Adjusts the delay time of the left channel. This value is a ratio of the value specified for Delay Time. 4 :Ratio Rch (0 to 127) Adjusts the delay time of the right channel. This value is a ratio of the value specified for Delay Time. 5 :Wet Level (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Adjusts the level of the delay sound. 6 :Type (1, 2) Selects the delay type. 1 :Delay repeat determined by Delay Time. 2 :Delay repeat determined by Delay Time and Ratio L/R. Important! When adjusting the delay time and type, certain settings can result in a switching sound in the delay.
13: Ring Modulator
Multiplies the input signal with an internal oscillator signal to create a metallic sound. Parameters and Value Ranges: 1 :OSC Frequency (0 to 127) Sets the reference frequency of the internal oscillator. 2 :LFO Rate (0 to 127) Adjusts the LFO rate. 3 :LFO Depth (0 to 127) Adjusts the LFO depth. 4 :Type (1, 2, 3) 1 :Outputs the ring modulated signal only. 2 :Outputs the ring modulated signal and the input signal. 3 :Outputs a signal with a chorus effect applied to 2 (ring modulated signal and input signal).
Applies various types of noise to the input signal to reproduce a retro Lo-Fi sound. Includes wow and flutter for rotational fluctuation like that in tapes and records, a Noise 1 generator that generates continual FM radio type, and a Noise 2 generator that generates record play types scratch noise. Parameters and Value Ranges: 1 :Wow and Flutter Rate (0 to 127) Adjusts the wow and flutter rate. 2 :Wow and Flutter Depth (0 to 127) Adjusts the wow and flutter depth. 3 :Noise1 Level (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Adjusts the level of Noise Generator 1. 4 :Noise2 Level (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Adjusts the level of Noise Generator 2. 5 :Noise2 Density (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Adjusts the frequency of Noise Generator 2. 6 :Bit (0, 1, 2, 3) Distorts the sound. A larger number produces greater distortion. Important! Raising the noise level while a note is not sounding will cause noise to sound, even if there is no input signal.
Dyna 2007 Aiptek V10 GNC 420 LV-7260 32PW9551 12 VG-B30AM PCG-V505CP EN 1 SRU5030-87 DX5050 A710 IS SA3085 HDR3700 31 Hbv-100 EL-520VA ADV-1000 Series I VT560 Roland GP-8 Optra M412 Sdec-2500 42LE2R CFD758 LS-L1260CL 25100 TBL Website X5 EW1067F Blackberry Bold LW056V2 KNA-DV3200 IFP-380 PX-730 ZK25 10R 15 MIN Aa-v15 ART X-15 MT600 Casio 3353 PG-310 995E-CB995ce- LH-T552TB DNX520VBT Jr - 120 DCR-SR65 L50104P 5520G Fireport 1394 101711 LV-7355 LTV-30W2 L60600 HT503SHW DMC-LZ7 Samsung H220 P4S533-E -w PF3230 Panasonic A101 DG-38 Dondolino AL1722 2 KG Rx-7020 FW-C10 J1253 PMR 500 Dslr-A330L Maxima-1996 Exai5180 DVD-R155 VSX-D711-K KC 450 WD-1049C LCX-15 MT Debutants 4 4M T240HD HS-26W Lexmark T622 DAV-HDX585 KS-FX460R Annexe A Monte HQ8885 Urc 8011 WBF1114U Screen DV-W28SLC NEC AT30 M53-625cmdw Appleworks 5 Nikkor 42A456p2D MCM239D ESF6220 PSR-A300 MS-6367 KX-TGA520M Sony D25
manuel d'instructions, Guide de l'utilisateur | Manual de instrucciones, Instrucciones de uso | Bedienungsanleitung, Bedienungsanleitung | Manual de Instruções, guia do usuário | инструкция | návod na použitie, Užívateľská príručka, návod k použití | bruksanvisningen | instrukcja, podręcznik użytkownika | kullanım kılavuzu, Kullanım | kézikönyv, használati útmutató | manuale di istruzioni, istruzioni d'uso | handleiding, gebruikershandleiding
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101