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The Keyboard and Controllers
The KME61s keyboard has 61 standard-sized, organ-style keys. The keyboard is velocitysensitive, meaning the harder (faster) you press a key, the louder the voice (except for organ voices which, realistically, are not velocity-sensitive). The keyboard is also release-velocitysensitive, meaning that MIDI signals expressing how rapidly a key is released get sent to external equipment. The keyboard also has monophonic aftertouch which means that the force used to hold a key down can affect the character of the sound being played. The KME61 also has several controllers. There are 2 wheels, a slider, and 2 pedals. The Pitch Wheel (the one on the left) makes the pitch of a sound go higher when the wheel is rotated upwards, and lower when the wheel is rotated downwards. The Modulation Wheel controls different characteristics of the sound for each program. Likewise, the Data Slider controls a different characteristic of the sound for each program. The KME61 has 2 Pedal Inputs; one is for a Switch Pedal and the other one is for a continuous Control Pedal. The Switch Pedal is used as a sustain (damper) pedal, and the Control Pedal is used to control expression.
Introducing the KME61 Caution: Be sure to plug the included switch pedal only into the jack marked SW Pedal. Your KME61 may be damaged if you plug a switch pedal into the CC Pedal jack and leave it there for a long time.
The KME61 has four operating modes. When in Program Mode, the KME61 is an easy to understand and operate, stand-alone performance instrument. To change the sound group, press one of the 16 Group select buttons. To change the sound in the current group, press a Program select button. Each Program button has 2 different programs assigned to it. Press the button a second time to select the second program. The entire keyboard will play the sound shown in the display. You can read more about Program Mode in Chapter 3. When in Setup Mode, the KME61 becomes a sophisticated MIDI controller with a built-in multi-timbral sound module. The keyboard can be split into 3 sections or zones, each playing a different sound and transmitting on a different MIDI channel. Up to 16 different MIDI setups can be defined and stored in the built-in nonvolatile memory. You can quickly select these setups with the 16 sound/setup select buttons. Additionally there are 16 permanently pre-programmed Factory Setups which cover the most commonly needed sound combinations. You can read more about Setup Mode in Chapter 4. MIDI Mode is primarily for use with a computer-based sequencer. In this mode, the keyboard and performance controls are disconnected from the internal sound module. A computer-based sequencer or MIDI processor may then be connected between the keyboard/controls and the sound module. This is sometimes called local off. You can read more about MIDI Mode in Chapter 5. Master Mode gives access to several parameters that affect the entire instrument. Read more about Master Mode in Chapter 6.

Phones Jack

Plug your headphones in here. Youll need a 1/4 -inch to-1/8-inch (or phone-to-mini) adapter plug when using headphones that have a mini plug.

Switch Pedal Jack

Use this jack to plug in the Switch pedal. For this pedal to work properly, it must be plugged in before power is turned on. The Switch Pedal transmits MIDI controller #64 messages to internal sounds and external MIDI for each active zone.

Control Pedal Jack

You can plug a Control pedal in here. Not all continuous control pedals are made the same; we recommend the Kurzweil CC-1. Please see chapter 7 for specifications. The Control Pedal transmits MIDI controller #11 messages to internal sounds and external MIDI for each active zone.

MIDI Ports

The KME61 both transmits and accepts most standard (and several specialized) MIDI messages. In other words, it can serve as both a MIDI master and a MIDI slave. Using the KME61 as a MIDI Master (MIDI Out) 2-3
Getting Started Connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI Out port of the KME61 to the MIDI In port of the device you want to control another MIDI musical instrument or any device that accepts MIDI, such as a computer with a MIDI interface or an integrated MIDI In port. This makes the KME61 a MIDI control device, and you can use it to play other instruments, make recordings using sequencers, or send MIDI System Exclusive (SysEx) messages for storing setups and effects settings externally.
Using the KME61 as a MIDI Slave (MIDI In)
Connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI Out port of the instrument or device that youre using as the MIDI master to the MIDI In port of the KME61. This makes the KME61 a MIDI slave, enabling you to play its sounds from any MIDI instrument keyboard, wind controller, drum pads, whatever or to control it via MIDI devices like dedicated sequencers or computers running sequencing applications. The KME61 can receive 16 independent channels of MIDI information.

MIDI Thru

The MIDI Thru port passes along whatever MIDI information the KME61 receives at its MIDI In port (but not the MIDI information that the KME61 itself generates). This makes it easy to include the KME61 in a chain of multiple MIDI devices, which is a common configuration when youre using a computer for sequencing.

To enter Setup Mode, press the Setup button. Its LED lights to indicate that the panel controls are in Setup Mode. If the LCD display is showing an edit page of the current mode, it will be necessary to exit to that modes base page (mode LED on continuously) before the Setup Mode button will be recognized. When in Setup Mode, the KME-61 is a 3-zone instrument playing up to 3 different internal sound programs at once and perhaps more if an external module is connected. The zones may overlap or not without restriction. This means that you can split and layer the zones. Each zone has a number of parameters associated with it which may be edited. These edited parameter values may then be saved as one of 16 User Setups and recalled at a later time. There are also 16 permanent Factory Setups. If Setup Mode is reentered after having been in Program or MIDI Mode, the current setup changes to that which was selected when Setup Mode was last exited. The mute status of its zones (see below) is also remembered.

Setup Mode Base Page

The Setup Mode Base LCD page looks similar to this:
FS01 Virtuoso Lead K15 K13 L01
US01 User Setup A None None None
In the drawing above, means it is off.
means the soft button in that position is on while

Selecting Setups

While the current setup is not being edited, different setups may be freely selected by using the User Setups and Factory Setup buttons in the right part of the front panel. The 16 User Setups buttons select one of the 16 User-created Setups. The 8 Factory Setups buttons select one of the 16 factory-created preset setups. The first 8 of these (1-8) are indicated by red and the second 8 (9-16) are indicated by green. Selection and changing the color works just like Program Mode. While the Setup Mode Base Page is displayed, the + and - buttons can be used to sequence through the different setups, factory setups first then user setups. FS01 or US01 are abbreviations of Factory Setup and User Setup, respectively. For the factory setups, a name is displayed. For the user setups, the setup is identified by its letter code, A-P.
Sound Program For Each Zone
The bottom display row shows the Group and Program for each of the 3 zones. For example, Zone 2 is using Group L and Program 9. A zone can also have no program assigned to it, and the display shows None. If you want to see the full name of a program that is assigned to a zone, simply press the associated soft button (which then causes the display format to change). For example, if the Zone 1 button (left soft button) is pressed, the display changes to:
FS01 Virtuoso Lead Z1:K15 Sawyers Bomb

Zone Muting

MIDI Mode Base Pages

MIDI Mode has two base pages, which are shown below. The up and down menu buttons may be used to switch between these pages. 1.

---------------2.

Send Program Change Ch:13 Bnk:101 Pg:113
#1 is a full-screen display of incoming MIDI note activity. Each channel is associated with a vertical bar with Channel 1 being on the left. Recently received Note-On will cause a bar to be drawn with an initial height proportional to the Attack Velocity. While the note is held, the bar will gradually decrease in height. If all notes for the channel turn off, the bar will be immediately erased. This is an activity indication only; no attempt is made to match the bars dynamics with the envelope of the sound being played. #2 allows MIDI program changes to be sent manually to any channel. The left soft button allows the transmit MIDI channel for MIDI Mode to be changed and may be edited with the + and - buttons in the usual way. Editing the channel does not itself send anything. The middle and right soft buttons are used to send arbitrary Program Change messages. Editing either in the usual way causes MIDI Program Change and Bank Select LSB messages to be sent each time one of the values changes. Besides the usual 0-127 choice, None is available which suppresses sending the corresponding message.

MIDI Mode Edit Pages

There are 3 MIDI Mode Edit Pages. An edit page is entered by pressing the MIDI button, which then begins to flash. The up and down menu buttons cycle among the edit pages. Pressing the MIDI button again exits back to the last displayed MIDI Mode base page. Note that Effect Type and Effect Levels set in MIDI Mode only apply to MIDI Mode. However the Channel Enables also apply to Program Mode as well as MIDI Mode. Selecting Program or Setup modes resets the effects as specified in the new modes parameters. The MIDI Mode settings are remembered however and become effective again when MIDI Mode is re-entered. They may also be saved.
Edit MIDI Effect Type MIDI Effect Type 14 Stage:Chorus

MIDI Problems

If you are experiencing problems sending MIDI to an external module, check these: MIDI cable not securely plugged in at both ends. Wrong MIDI connections. To send MIDI, plug into the KME61s MIDI Out connector and the modules MIDI In connector. Dont assume; read the jack labels. Defective MIDI cable MIDI Transmit channel(s) specified by Program Mode or MIDI mode or current setup does not match that of the receiving device.
If there are problems with the internal sound module receiving MIDI from an external device like a computer sequencer, try these: Transmitting device not sending MIDI on Channel 1. MIDI cable not securely plugged in at both ends. Wrong MIDI connections. To receive MIDI, plug into the KME61s MIDI In connector and the sources MIDI Out connector.
Prerecorded General MIDI (or GS or XG) sequences may not play through the KME61 correctly. The KME61 is not a General MIDI compatible sound module. These are some of the differences between the KME61s internal sound module and a typical General MIDI module: 7-2
Troubleshooting Most of the sound program numbers are different. Effects setting messages are different. Drum sounds are not locked to MIDI channel 10.

Switch Pedal Problems

If you are having problems with the included switch pedal or an aftermarket pedal, check these: Be sure the switch pedal is plugged into the jack marked SW Pedal. DO NOT plug into the CC Pedal jack as that may damage the KME61. If Sustain is stuck on when using the included pedal, be sure the pedal is plugged in before switching on the power. Turn power off then on if necessary. If the pedal is acting backward (active when up instead of down), turn power off then on. Be sure the pedal is plugged in before turning power on and dont use the pedal until after the unit has completed its power up sequence.

Control Pedal Problems

If you are having problems making a control pedal work properly, give these a try: Be sure the control pedal is plugged into the jack marked CC Pedal Never use a control pedal that has a mono (two circuit) plug. It wont work and could damage your KME61. If the pedal works backward, operates very abruptly (more like a switch), or not at all, its most likely a wiring problem. See discussion below. When using adapter cables to adapt a pedal with two mono cables, verify that the Y adapter is a stereo splitter type and not just a Y adapter designed to plug two headphones into a single jack. Volume pedals typically wont work well because of impedance or taper problems. See below for details. Active volume pedals wont work at all.
The control pedal must be wired to a single stereo 1/4-inch plug as follows: Wiper to Tip connection of 1/4-inch plug Top end of resistance element to Ring connection Bottom end of resistance element to Sleeve connection

Use the Right Impedance, Taper, and Range
For best results, use a Kurzweil CC-1 control pedal, available from your dealer. The CC-1 meets all of the requirements described below at an economical price. A control pedal should have an impedance between 5,000 and 100,000 ohms. Less than 5,000 may overload the reference voltage source in the KME61 and interfere with operation of other controls like the Data slider. More than 100,000 may result in electrically noisy 7-3
Troubleshooting operation, which may cause your KME61 to send MIDI Controller messages constantly. The taper of the control should be linear for easy, predictable control. Pedals designed for volume control will typically have most of their range concentrated in the upper half of travel. To check taper, run the Control Pedal diagnostic and check the reading when the pedal is pressed halfway down. If its less than about 50, then it has an audio taper and will probably be difficult to use. Pedals may have a control range that is less than 0-127. To check this, run the Control Pedal diagnostic and check the reading at both extremes of pedal motion. Good is a minimum reading of 0 or 1 and a maximum of 126 or 127. If one end is OK but doesnt quite reach at the other end, it may be possible to adjust the linkage or gear to properly center its range.

If None of the Above

If your problem is not covered above, or none of the suggestions seems to work, first check back and review the relevant sections of this manual. Many difficulties are just programming problems caused by inappropriate settings of setup parameters. If you want to be sure that all of the factory defaults are in place, refer to Hard System Reset in Chapter 6 Master Mode. Also be sure to check out Kurzweils Internet web site for additional KME61 information that may have been published since this manual was written: www.kurzweilmusicsystems.com

Service Centers

Contact the nearest Young Chang office listed at the front of this book to locate your local Young Chang/Kurzweil representative.

Diagnostics

The KME61 has extensive diagnostic software built-in that can be used to test for proper operation of almost every component. Although this chapter is intended primarily for service personnel, the diagnostic software can also be helpful for identifying problems with the cables and external controls.

AUTO Diagnostics

If AUTO is selected in the Engine Diagnostic Menu, all of the above diagnostics including the sinewave are run in sequence repeatedly until stopped. Please turn down or disconnect your audio system before selecting! Each iteration takes about 90 seconds. This mode is useful for burning in a unit at the factory or after a repair has been made. Note that a MIDI cable must be connected from MIDI Out to MIDI In for the MIDI test to pass. If a test fails, the sequence will pause for a couple of seconds so the failure message can be seen, then it will continue. A Fail Counter is displayed in the upper right corner of the screen which increments every time a test fails. To stop the test sequence, press and hold the up and down recognized between the tests. buttons until they are

Chapter 8

Reference

Default Program Setup

The Program Setup defines the MIDI characteristics of Program mode. You also set the effects parameters for each of the 256 sounds while editing the Program.

Program Parameters

Below is a list of the parameters and default values for the Program Mode. The shaded parameters are not available in Program mode.The default values of the effects parameters vary according to which sound is selected.
ZONE 1 Sound Group and Program - According to sound selected Key Range Low - C2 Key Range High - C6 Vel. Range Low - 1 Vel. Range High - 127 Note Shift - Initially 0 then as edited Volume - 127 FXA Level - According to sound selected then as edited FXB Level - According to sound selected then as edited MIDI Channel - Initially 1 then as edited MIDI Program - According to sound selected MIDI Bank According to sound selected Zone Mutes - On FX Type - According to sound selected
ZONE 2 None None None None Off
ZONE None None None None Off

Program List

Below is a list of the 256 sounds (Programs) available from the internal sound module. The list includes the control assignment and the factory default effects setting for each sound.
Group A Piano 16 Stereo Grand Classical Grand Dynamic Grand Warm Grand Solo Grand Piano Concert Piano Mono Grand Piano Piano for layers Sweet Ivories Nice Touch Grand Piano Solitude Piano Recital Full Bloom Piano Pianetta Suite Piano Dreamy Piano Data Slider MW Mpress Data Slider MW Mpress FX Type 4. Bright Stage 7. Large Hall 3. Stage 6. Bright Hall 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 3. Stage 3. Stage 3. Stage 1. Room 5. Hall 6. Bright Hall 3. Stage 1. Room 6. Bright Hall FX Type 1. Room 1. Room 4. Bright Stage 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room LoPass Freq String Level 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 7. Large Hall Highpass filter Vox timbre Cutoff, Pad layer Cufoff, Vox layer Data Slider Timbre Tremolo Rate MW Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Timbre Hi Freq Cut LoPass Freq Cut Timbre Tremolo Rate Tremolo Rate Tremolo Rate Tremolo Rate Tremolo Rate Filter cutoff Tremolo Rate Tremolo Rate Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth:duller Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Mpress 1. Room 8. Large Bright Hall 9. Deep Space 3. Stage 4. Bright Stage FX Type 1. Room 2. Bright Room 1. Room 2. Bright Room 1. Room 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 7. Large Hall 8. Large Bright Hall 6. Bright Hall

Group B Piano 16 Hard Rock Piano Rock Piano Grand Piano 440 Mono Stage Piano Dyn Stage Piano Ragtime Piano Tack Piano Piano & String Basement Upright Chiano Way Back Piano Dance Piano Cloud Ride Piano Organic Piano Piano & Wash Piano & Vox Pad
Group C E Piano 16 Classic E Piano Serious Classic That's 70's E Pno Hard E Piano Lounge E Piano Dynamic E Piano Soft E Piano Hybrid E Piano Mello E Piano Tines Square Brunch In Seoul Classy Roadz Barking Tines Clean and Soft Ballad Keys Lotus Keys
Group D E Piano 16 My Best Wurly Big Red Wurly Brkfst in Korea Soft Wurly Wurly Road Pearly Keys Digital E Piano Ballad E Piano Soft Ballad 70's FM Tines 90's FM Ballad Chorus Rock Pno Bright Pianotone Family Portrait Harpsi-Piano Fantasy Keys Tremolo Rate Tremolo Rate Vib/Tremolo Rate Timber/Amp control Data Slider Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Treble Cut LoPass Freq LoPass Freq Cut Filter Cutoff Filter Cutoff Filter Cutoff Filter Cutoff Filter Cutoff Bandpass freq Env control:Attack Cutoff Freq: Layer1 Data Slider Bass Level Timbre Bandpass Width Timbre Timbre Treble Cut Timbre Timbre Timbre:Para EQ amp Trelmolo rate Timbre:Para EQ freq LFO rate control LFO rate LFO rate Timbre:Para EQ freq Timbre:Amp control Decay Control Lopass Freq, Layer Detune Vibrato Swell LoPass Freq Timbre: fade bright layer Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Vib/Tremolo Depth Tremolo/Vibrato Tremolo/Vibrato Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Swell Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Vib/Tremolo Depth Vibrato Depth MW Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Vibrato rate, Depth Vibrato Vibrato Depth Vib/Tremolo Depth Vibrato Depth Vib/Tremolo Depth Filter LFO Depth/rate BandPass Width Vibrato Depth Resonance MW HiPass LFO Depth BandPass LFO Rate Mpress Vibrato Mpress Data Slider Tremolo Rate Tremolo Rate Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Tremolo Rate Filter cutoff Alternative attack MW Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Tremolo Depth Vibrato Depth Mpress FX Type 3. Stage 1. Room 2. Bright Room 2. Bright Room 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 7. Large Hall 6. Bright Hall 1. Room 1. Room 13. BrightRoom:Chorus 8. Large Bright Hall 18. LargeHall:Chorus 8. Large Bright Hall 8. Large Bright Hall FX Type 14. Stage : Chorus 12. Room :Chorus 12. Room :Chorus 1. Room 14. Stage : Chorus 22. Stage 22. Stage 22. Stage 3. Stage 12. Room :Chorus 22. Stage : Flanger 9. Deep Space:Flanger 15.Brit Stage:Chorus 26. DeepSpace :Flanger 20. DeepSpace :Chorus FX Type 1. Room 1. Room 21. Room : Flanger 1. Room 8. Large Bright Hall 5. Hall 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 5. Hall 4. Bright Stage 5. Hall 11. PingPong 3. Stage 7. Large Hall 4. Bright Stage : Flanger : Flanger : Flanger 4. Bright Stage

Group E Pop Keys C3PO Digital E Grand Rock E Grand FantAsmAtron Atmaz Celestial Comet Comp Time Ruth Buzzy Janet's Comp Mild Sheen Scrape Glass Air Society Push Air Dronin' Alien Salt Mine Imperfect Storm
Group F Clavier Clav Classic Touch Clav Dual Wah Clav Harpsichord Modern Harpsi CrystalClavchd Accordion Celesta Mod Clavier Belly Celeste Harpsichordion Circus Keys Cosmic Calliope Calliope Keys Chiff Attack Spaced Harmonix
Group G Organ The Reverend's Ballad Of 3 Bars Prog Rocker's B All Out Full On Grungy Overdrive Uptown Gospel Retro Roto Pipe Organ BackgroundOrgan Mello Tone Wheel Piped Organ Playful Piper Peter's Pan Imaginary Flute Bright Koreana Bouncin' BassBall Para EQ Freq Xtra Hi Freq Layer Xfade LFO rate control LFO rate control Vibrato rate More breath Timbre(air) Chiffer attack Timbre LFO rate control Data Slider LoPass Freq Lopass Freq Lopass Freq Lopass Freq Timbre Lopass Freq Lopass Freq Lopass Envelope Vib/Tremolo Depth Vib/Tremolo Depth Vibrato Depth Delayed Vibrato Vibrato Depth Delayed Vibrato Vibrato Depth Vib/Tremolo Depth MW Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Disable Tsax octave layer Delayed Vibrato Vibrato Depth Pitch Bend Timbre Control Switches programs Envelope: release rate Data Slider Brightness Brightness(Cut) Brightness(Cut) Brightness Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre:dullar Timbre:dullar Timbre:dullar Timbre:dullar Timbre:dullar Timbre:dullar Resonance, brightness Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth MW Attack Switch Slow Vibrato Envelope Switch Attack Control Layer Switch Tremolo Layer Switch Envelope Control Envelope:attack rate Switch Layers Disables lower-pitched layer Switches layers Switches layers Switches layers Switches layers Modulation sweep Vibrato Envelope Control Mpress Mpress Swell Env & Pitch Swell Env & Pitch Swell Env & Pitch Swell Env & Pitch Swell Env & Pitch Swell Env & Pitch Vibrato Depth Swell Envelope Pitch Bend Pitch Bend Pitch Bend Pitch Bend Data Slider LoPass Freq Perc Xfade Perc Xfade MW Rotary Ramp Speed Rotary Ramp Speed Rotary Ramp Speed Rotary Ramp Speed Rotary Ramp Speed Rotary Ramp Speed Rotary Ramp Speed Mpress FX Type 14. Stage : Chorus 3. Stage 3. Stage 7. Large Hall 1. Room 12. Room:Chorus 1. Room 5. Hall 3. Stage 3. Stage 3. Stage 4. Bright Stage 3. Stage 4. Bright Stage 17. Bright Hall:Chorus 20. Deep Space Chorus FX Type 3. Stage 1. Room 1. Room 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 1. Room 3. Stage 6. Bright Hall 3. Stage 3. Stage 1. Room 1. Room 3. Stage 1. Room 5. Hall 5. Hall FX Type 4. Bright Stage 7. Large Hall 3. Stage 2. Bright Room 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 4. Bright Stage 7. Large Hall 2. Bright Room 3. Stage 4. Bright Stage 9. Deep Space 3. Stage 4. Bright Stage 6. Bright Hall 9. Deep Space

Group H Brass Group I Big Brass Saxes/Trumpets Split Section Broadway Brass Trombones Bari/Tenor Sect Solo Tenor Sax Williams Brass Goosed Riff Sect Fatso Sax Big&Beefy Saxes Goosed Unison Anabrass Honk'n Dyn Sax Saxy Lush Classical Brass Strings Lyrical Strings Slow Strings Marcato Strings Layer Strings Fast Strings Touch Strings Velocity Strings Phantom Strings Fast Vtrig Rosin Emotional String Octave Strings Emphatic Strings Rosin Section Resolute Section Tender Strings Flute & Strings
Layer 3 Amplitude Enable layer
Group J Voices Ooh><Aah Doo><Daa Baa stacc. Bop Doo stacc. Doop Daa stacc. Dot Scatman The croons Cathedral Vox Bright Voices Crystal Voices Vox & Organ BIG Ooh Voices BIG Voices Bright Syn Vox Vox Orgel Vox & Strings Data Slider Timbre Timbre Envelope Control Envelope Control Envelope Control Envelope Control Timbre Brightness(Cut) Timbre LFO rate control Disable organ layer Vibrato rate Vibrato rate Timbre Timbre Control Vibrato rate Data Slider LoPass Freq LoPass Freq LoPass Envelope Breath Noise LoPass Freq LoPass Freq LoPass Freq LoPass Freq Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff/resonance BandPass width Filter cutoff Data Slider LoPass Freq Timbre LoPass Freq LoPass Freq "Chiff" Level LoPass Freq LoPass Freq LoPass Freq Filter cutoff, treble boot Resonace Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff in Layer2 Filter cutoff Resonace Timbre:duller MW Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Brightness(Cut) Vibrato Depth Vib/Tremolo Depth Envelope: release rate Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth MW Vibrato Rate, Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Tremolo Depth(Cut) Vibrato Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vox pitch bend Vibrato Depth MW Vibrato Vibr, Pan/Fltr LFO Vibrato Tremolo Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Filter LFO Depth Vibrato/Trem Tremolo Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth/rate Filter Sweep BandPass width&Freq Crossfade, layer detune Vibrato Depth Deffierent envelope Volume Swell Swell Vibrato/Trem Vibrato/Trem Filter cutoff Mpress Swell Vibr, Pan/Fltr LFO Horn Layer Swell Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Vibrato Rate Mpress Vibrato Rate, Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Vibrato Rate, Depth Mpress Layer Xfade Layer Xfade Swell Swell Swell Swell FX Type 3. Stage 3. Stage 3. Stage 6. Bright Hall 1. Room 1. Room 20. Deep Space:Chorus 5. Hall 3. Stage 17. Bright Hall:Chorus 17. Bright Hall:Chorus 20. Deep Space:Chorus 27. 4Tap:Chorus 10. 4 Tap Dly 6. Bright Hall 5. Hall FX Type 14. Stage : Chorus 20. Deep Space:Chorus 28. Pingpong:Chorus 19. LargeBHall:Chorus 21. Room : Flanger 19. LargeBHall:Chorus 12. Room : Chorus 21. Room : Flanger 12. Room : Chorus 17. Bright :Chorus 29. 4Tap DLY : Flanger 5. Hall 16. Hall:Chorus 1. Room 15 Stage :Chorus 3. Stage FX Type 9. Deep Space 9. Deep Space 7. Large Hall 8. Large Bright Hall 8. Large Bright Hall 5. Hall 8. Large Bright Hall 3. Stage 7. Large Hall 10. 4Tap Dly 2. Bright Room 7. Large Hall 5. Hall Treble Boost Filter cutoff, layer xfade 5. Hall 8. Large Bright Hall 5. Hall

Group K Synths Solar Lead Vox Lead Alazawi Slo Wood Flute Groove Bass 1/3 Pulse Bass Sweeper Bass Lowdown Bass Subdivide Rezzy Bass/Poly Technicolor Elan Lead Sun Sport Lead Dinosaur's Lead Sawyer's Bomb Reverse FeedBack
Group L Pads Rez Aah Pad Crypt Meteor Strings Orch Pad Neptune Analogy Dream Catcher U say Tomita Poseidon Analogica Anti Rez Spider's Web Ethereal Strings FreeResAhh Notch Ooh><Ahh Pad Vocalicious
Vibrato, Trem Depth Brightness
Group M Voices Acoustic Guitar Strummer 12 Str Rich 6 String 12 String Guitar Chorus Elec Gtr Elec 12 String Jazzy Frets Lead Rock Gtr Titanium Guitar Latin Lover Roto 12 String Electric 12 Twangy Guitar Chr Elec & Mute Comp Chr E Gtr Trashed Tubes Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Data Slider LoPass Freq(Cut) LoPass Freq LoPass Freq(Cut) Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Vibrato rate Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Data Slider Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Timbre Shaper;timbre Timbre Shaper;timbre Shaper;timbre Shaper;timbre Timbre Timbre Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth MW Layer Switch Layer Switch Layer Switch Pitch control Pitch control Layer Switch Layer Switch Layer Switch 2nd kit Enable 2nd kit Enable 2nd kit Enable 2nd kit Enable 2nd kit Enable 2nd kit Enable 2nd kit Enable Drone layer Pitch Control Data Slider EQ Ctr Freq Brightness Timbre EQ Ctr Freq Timbre Timbre Attack Control Timbre More body Disables knock layer Filter cutoff MW Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Tremolo Depth Tremolo Tremolo Vibrato Muted Guitar Muted Guitar Swaps layers Enables layer Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth Vibrato Depth MW Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Mpress Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Vibrato Depth Pitch Bend Pitch Bend Vibrato Depth Vibrato depth/rate Vibrato depth/rate Resonance Resonance Mpress Feedback Amount Vibrato Rate Mpress Vibrato Rate FX Type 1. Room 3. Stage 5. Hall 3. Stage 3. Stage 5. Hall 1. Room 8. Large Bright Hall 4. Bright Stage 3. Stage 8. Large Bright Hall 3. Stage 4. Bright Stage 5. Hall 4. Bright Stage 8. Large Bright Hall FX Type 3. Stage 3. Stage 0. No Effect 0. No Effect 21. Room : Flanger 16. Hall: Chorus 1. Room 1. Room 0. No Effect 12 Room:Chorus 3. Stage 12 Room:Chorus 21 Room:Flanger 12 Room:Chorus 12 Room:Chorus 12 Room:Chorus FX Type 1. Room 1. Room 3. Stage 5. Hall 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 1. Room 3. Stage 1. Room 6. Bright Hall 1. Room 4. Bright Stage 5. Hall 5. Hall
Group N Voices Round and Wound Punch Bass Two Finger Bass Dual-Tri Bass Clav o' Bass Fret Not Bass Upright Bass 1 Upright Bass 2 Gimme The Finger Bright E Bass Bright A Bass Triangle Bass Yow Bass Mono Synth Bass 400 HP Bass Base in Face

Factory Setup 04 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Salsa Caliente Zone 1 B02 C4 C#7 -20% Zone 2 N11 C2 B- Stage 0% 34% Zone 3 P01 C2 C#109
Reference Evocative Zone 1 L12 C4 C#127 Zone 2 K08 C2 B127 10- 4 Tab Delay 56% 0% Angula Mass Zone 1 K10 C4 C#127 Zone 2 N16 C2 B- 4 Tap Delay 14% 0% Funky Bunch Zone 1 C02 C4 C#7 -Zone 2 K05 C2 B- BritStage + Flanger 14 / 0% 0 / 0% 44 / 0% Zone 3 H12 B3 C#7 -18% Zone 3 J14 C2 C#7 -58% Zone 3 J14 C2 C#7 -127 86
Factory Setup 05 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 06 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 07 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Reference Set Adrift Zone 1 E07 C-1 B127 Zone 2 G14 C4 G9 -24 - Hall + Flanger 21 / 0% 36 / 0% Stormy Space Zone 1 E16 C-1 G105 Zone 2 K11 C-1 G- PingPong 75% 75% Freakshow Zone 1 P03 C-1 G127 Zone 2 E05 C-1 G- Large Hall 4% 14% 13% Zone 3 P08 C-1 G127 75% Zone 3 I10 C-1 G/37% Zone 3 L14 C4 G107
Factory Setup 08 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 09 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 10 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Reference Royal Wedding Zone 1 F04 C-1 G110 Zone 2 I03 C-1 G- Bright Hall 16% 23% Mr. Crowley Zone 1 G08 C-1 G127 Zone 2 F04 C-1 G- Deep Space 40% 18% Solar Strings Zone 1 K01 C-1 G9 -Zone 2 I02 C-1 G- Room + Chorus 33% 33% Zone 3 40% Zone 3 I04 C-1 G127 16% Zone 3 L11 C-1 G127
Factory Setup 11 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 12 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 13 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Reference Provincial Zone 1 D16 C-1 G127 Zone 2 L09 C-1 G- Hall 65% 65% Grace Zone 1 L01 C-1 G88 Zone 2 M11 C-1 G- Deep Space 49% 49% Fanfaire Zone 1 I04 C-1 G127 Zone 2 H16 C-1 G9 -8 - Large Bright Hall 14% 13% 14% Zone 3 H05 C-1 G127 Zone 3 Zone 3
Factory Setup 14 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 15 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level
Factory Setup 16 Sound Key Low Key High Note Shift Vel Low Vel High Volume FX Type FX Level

MIDI Program Selection

MIDI Bank 0
0=Stereo Grand 1=Classic Grand 2=Dynamic Grand 3=Warm Grand 4=Solo Grand Piano 5=Concert Grand 6=Mono Grand Piano 7=Piano for layers 8=Hard Rock Piano 9=Rock Grand 10=Grand Piano 440 11=Mono Stage Piano 12=Dyn StagePiano 13=Ragtime Piano 14=Tack Piano 15=Piano & Strings 16=Classic E Piano 17=Serious Classic 18=That 70's E Pno 19=Hard E Pno 20=Lounge E Piano 21=Dyno E Pno 22=Soft E Piano 23=Hybrid E Piano 24=My Best Wurly 25=Big Red Wurly 26=Brkfst in Korea 27=Soft Wurly 28=Wurly Road 29=Pearly Keys 30=Digital E Piano 31=Ballad E Piano 32=C3PO 33=Digi E Grand 34=Rock Grand 35=FantAsmAtron 36=Atmaz 37=Celestial Comet 38=Comp Time 39=Ruth Buzzy 40=Clav Classic 41=Touch Clav 42=Dual Wah Clav 43=Harpsichord 44=Modern Harpsi 45=CrystalClavchd 46=Accordion 47=Celesta 48=The Reverend's 49=Ballad Of 3 Bars 50=Prog Rocker's B 51=All Out Full On 52=Grungy Overdrive 53=Uptown Gospel 54=Retro Roto 55=Pipe Organ 56=Big Brass 57=Saxes/Trumpets 58=Split Sections 59=Broadway Brass 60=Trombones 61=Bari/Tenor Sect 62=Solo Tenor Sax 63=Williams Brass 64=Lyrical Strings 65=Slow Strings 66=Marcato Strings 67=Layer Strings 68=Fast Strings 69=Touch Strings 70=Velocity Strings 71=Phantom Strings 72=Ooh><Aah 73=Doo><Daa 74=Baa stacc.Bop 75=Doo stacc.Doop 76=Daa stacc.Dot 77=Scatman 78=The Croons 79=Cathedral Vox 80=Solar Lead 81=Vox Lead 82=Alazawi 83=Slo Wood Flute 84=Groove Bass 85=1/3 Pulse Bass 86=Sweeper Bass 87=Lowdown Bass 88=Rez Aah Pad 89=Crypt 90=Meteor Strings 91=Orch Pad 92=Neptune 93=Analogy 94=Dream Catcher 95=U Say Tomita. 96=Acoustic Guitar 97=Strummer 12 Str 98=Rich 6 String 99=12 String Guitar 100=Chorus Elec Gtr 101=Elec 12 String 102=Jazzy Frets 103=Lead Rock Gtr 104=Round and Wound 105=Punch Bass 106=Two Finger Bass 107=Dual-Tri Bass 108=Clav o' Bass 109=Fret Not Bass 110=Upright Bass 1 111=Upright Bass 2 112=Studio Drums 1+2 113=Studio Drums 3+4 114=Ambient Rock Kit 115=Coliseum Kit 116=Resonant Traps 117=Tripkit/Trashkit 118=Beat Box 119=Electro Kit 120=Virtuoso Perc 121=Rhythm Maker 122=Woody Marimba 123=African Marimba 124=Vibes 125=New Fluid Vibes 126=Aborigine Jam 127=Drums 'n Bells

MIDI Bank6

0=Sweet Ivories 1=Nice Touch Grand 2=Piano Solitude 3=Piano Recital 4=Full Bloom Piano 5=Pianetta 6=Suite Piano 7=Dreamy Piano 8=Basement Upright 9=Chiano 10=Way Back Piano 11=Dance Piano 12=Cloud Ride Piano 13=Organic Piano 14=Piano & Wash 15=Piano & Vox Pad 16=Mello E Piano 17=Tines Square 18=Brunch In Seoul 19=Classy Roadz 20=Barking Tines 21=Clean and Soft 22=Ballad Keys 23=Lotus Keys 24=Soft Ballad 25=70's FM Tines 26=90's FM Ballad 27=Chorus Rock Pno 28=Bright Pianotone 29=Family Portrait 30=Harpsi-Piano 31=Fantasy Keys 32=Janet's Comp 33=Mild Sheen 34=Scrape Glass 35=Air Society 36=Push Air 37=Dronin' 38=Alien Salt Mine 39=Imperfect Storm 40=Mod Clavier 41=Belly Celeste 42=Harpsichordion 43=Circus Keys 44=Cosmic Calliope 45=Calliope Keys 46=Chiff Attack 47=Spaced Harmonix 48=BackgroundOrgan 49=Mello Tone Wheel 50=Piped Organ 51=Playful Piper 52=Peter's Pan 53=Imaginary Flute 54=Bright Koreana 55=Bouncin'BassBall 56=Goosed Riff Sect 57=Fatso Sax 58=Big&Beefy Saxes 59=Goosed Unison 60=Anabrass 61=Honk'n Dyn Sax 62=Saxy Lush 63=Classical Brass 64=Fast Vtrig Rosin 65=Emotional String 66=Octave Strings 67=Emphatic Strings 68=Rosin Section 69=Resolute Section 70=Tender Strings 71=Flute & Strings 72=Bright Voices 73=Crystal Voices 74=Vox & Organ 75=BIG Ooh Voices 76=BIG Voices 77=Bright Syn Vox 78=Vox Orgel 79=Vox & Strings 80=Subdevide 81=Rezzy Bass/Poly 82=Technicolor 83=Elan Lead 84=Sun Spot Lead 85=Dinosaur's Lead 86=Sawyer's Bomb 87=Reverse Feedback 88=Poseidon 89=Analogica 90=Anti Rez 91=Spider's Web 92=Ethereal Strings 93=FreeResAhh Notch 94=Ooh><Aah Pad 95=Vocalicious 96=Titanium Guitar 97=Latin Lover 98=Roto 12 String 99=Electric 12 100=Twangy Guitar 101=Chr Elec& Mute 102=Comp Chr E Gtr 103=Trashed Tubes 104=Gimme The Finger 105=Bright E Bass 106=Bright A Bass 107=Triangle Bass 108=Yow Bass 109=Mono Synth Bass 110=400 HP Bass 111=Base in Face 112=Radio Kings/Rods 113=Ripper Kit/Vinyl 114=LA Drums/Brk Bt. 115=Compact/Raw Kit 116=TubeTraps/lb.der 117=Acoustric/HiPKit 118=Dirt/Triphop Kit 119=SumPumpKit MWSus 120=Marimba 121=Milky Way Vibes 122=Percussionist 123=Carnival 124=Primitive Perc 125=Bunch of Perc 126=Perc Party 127=Perc Circle

KME61 Effect Types

No Effect 0. No Effect 15. Bright Stage :Chorus 16. Hall :Chorus 17. Bright Hall :Chorus Reverb 18. Large Hall :Chorus 1.Room 19. Large Bright Hall :Chorus 2.Bright Room 20. Deep Space :Chorus 3.Stage 4.Bright Stage 5.Hall 6.Bright Hall 7.Large Hall 8.Large Bright Hall 9.Deep Space Reverb :Flanger 21. Room :Flanger 22. Stage :Flanger 23. Bright Stage :Flanger 24. Hall :Flanger 25. Bright Hall :Flanger 26. Deep Space :Flanger Delay 10. 4Tap Dly 11. PingPong Delay :Chorus 27. 4Tap Dly :Chorus 28. PingPong :Chorus Reverb :Chorus 12. Room :Chorus 13. Bright Room :Chorus 14. Stage :Chorus Delay :Flanger 29. 4Tap Dly :Flanger 30. PingPong :Flanger

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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Kurzweil/Young Chang stage piano SP2 instrument. With its 32 megabytesofhighqualityKurzweilROMsoundsandanarrayofMIDIcontrolfeatures,your SP2isanidealsuitforbothstageandstudiowork.TheUSBportontherearpanelenablesthe immediateuseofyourSP2asaMIDIcontrollerinstudios. Also, the logical and friendly user interface really shines whenever youre at a gig or in the recordingstudio.
This chapter will help you.
overviewthemainfeaturesoftheSP2 checkthecomponentsoftheSP2package Please,refertothefollowinglistforinformationyouneed. Mainfeatures... 11 Options... 12 DoIHaveEverything?.. 13 Howtousethismanual.. 13
For people who do not want to read manuals
Werecommendthatyoureadatleastchapter1&2,justtogetcomfortablewithyourSP2more quickly. Even if youre an experienced keyboard player, your will learn about the advanced features of the SP2 and most likely, discover some new ideas. Also, the information about upgradesandservicewillbeveryvaluableforyou.

Main Features

The Sound
TheSP2offers64voicesofpolyphonyandfeaturesbalancedleftandrightanalogaudiooutputs. There are 64 factory programs and 60 preset rhythm patterns. The programs includes stereo triplestrikeGrandPiano,Wurlitzerelectricpiano,stereostrings,brasses,guitars,basses,drums andpercussionsounds,aswellastheworldrenownedAcappellagroupTake6vocalsamples. The rhythm patterns include various styles of drum grooves such as ballad, pop, r&b, dance, rock, funk, country, latin, jazz, and world. Setup mode makes the SP2 an amazingly flexible MIDI controller as well as a powerful live instrument. In this mode, you can divide the SP2s keyboard into four different zones, each of which can cover part or all of the keyboard. Each zone can use a different MIDI channel, play a different program and have its own controller assignments. Also, you can program the SP2 to start rhythm patterns automatically. The SP2 comeswith16factorysetupsanduserprogrammedsetupscanbestoredinthequickaccess(Q. Access)bankforinstantuse.
Chapter 1 SP2 Introduction

Keyboard and Controllers

TheSP2hasafullyweighted88keypianoaction.Thearrayofphysicalcontrollersincludepitch wheel, modulation wheel and 4 knobs on the front panel as well as jacks for continuous and switchpedalontherearpanel.Becauseallofthemarefullyprogrammable,theSP2canbenot onlyaperformancekeyboard,butalsoaMIDIcontrollerinastudio.YoucanusetheSP2asa soundmodulereceivingMIDIdatafromacomputerbasedsequencerorexternalMIDIdevice, too.

Effects

To perfect the ROM sounds, the SP2 provides over 64 multiple effects and 64 reverbs. These effects can be applied to both setups and programs and the wet/dry mix can be controlled in realtimeveryeasily.Youcanalsoprogramtheinternalmultieffectandreverbsforevenmore controlinperformanceandrecording.

Options

Your SP2 can use various optional devices. Ask your Kurzweil dealer about the following options.
The SP2 has two jacks for optional pedals on the rear panel. One is for a switch pedal ( for functionslikesustainorprogramchange)andtheotherisforacontinuouscontrolpedal(for functionslikevolume/expressioncontrol). ThecompatiblepedalsfromKurzweilare; FS1/Standardboxshapedswitchpedal KP1/Singlepianostyleswitchpedal CC1/Continuouspedal
Kurzweil KP-1 Kurzweil CC-1

Do I Have Everything?

YourSP2cartonshouldincludeallofthefollowingcomponents. TheSP2StagePiano ACadapter(9VAC,2.0A) SingleSwitchPedal Thismanual WarrantyCard Fouradhesivebackedrubberfeet Besuretokeeptheboxandpackingmaterialsduringthewarrantyperiods,incaseyouneedto shiptheunitforanyreason.

How To Use This Book

This manual will greatly help you learn and use the various features of the SP2. If you know electronic instruments and MIDI already, you might want to start from Chapter 2, Getting Startedonpage21. IfyouneedmorehelponusingtheSP2smanyfeatures,youshouldread all of Chapter 3 and 4. Chapters 5 and 6 give more information on global functions and descriptionofsometypicalapplications.Theremainingchaptersprovidetroubleshootingand reference materials that can be referred to when needed. Chapter 8 provides a few easyto follow tutorials which will help you understand your instrument more quickly. Finally, dont underestimate the index. When you need quick access to certain topics, the index will be the next best thing to a search engine! For any latebreaking information on the SP2 and other Kurzweilproducts,visitourwebsite. http://www.ycpiano.co.kr/ http://www.kurzweilmusicsystems.com/ Aboveall,enjoy,andmakegreatmusicwithyourSP2

Getting Started

This chapter will help you hook up the SP2 to your sound and MIDI system. Also, you will learnhowtoplaythedemonstrationsongs.Tofindspecificinformation,refertothefollowing list. Setup... 21 BasicConnections.. 22 PoweringUP..213 PlayingtheDemoSongs..214 SoftwareUpgrades... 215 Troubleshooting.. 215

Attaching rubber feet

Afteryouunpackthecartonandmakesurethatallofthecomponentsareinthebox,attachthe fourstickonrubberfeettothebottom.<Figure21>showsthebestplacestoattachthefeet. Caution!:Theappliedrubberfeetcouldinterferewithsomekeyboardstandssupports,so checkhowtheSP2fitsonyourstandbeforeattachingtherubberfeet.

<Figure21PlacementofRubberFeet>
Chapter 2 SP2 Getting Started

Basic Connections

Connecting Power Supply
Beforeconnectingthepowersupply,makesureyourSP2isoff.Afterthat,connecttheplugto theACInconnectorontherearpanel. For your safety, place the power supply somewhere dry and out of the way. Also, to prevent overheating,donotcoverthepowersupplywithanything. Caution:UseonlythepowersupplythatcomeswithyourSP2. Usingadifferentpowersupplycancauseseriousdamagetoyourinstrument!

AC Adapter (9VAC, 2.0A)

<Figure22>ConnectingPowerSupply
Connecting to Your Audio System
TheSP2featuresbalancedleftandrightanalogaudiooutputs.Forthebestresults,usebalanced cablestoconnecttobalanced,linelevelinputsonyourmixerorsoundsystem. It is very important to use proper type of cables. The cables should have each 1/4 inch stereo (tipringsleeve)plugsononeendtoconnecttotheSP2andtheotherendofcableshouldhave thesame1/4inchstereoplugsorXLRplugs.Usingbalancedcableswillgreatlyreducesnoise.
For the best audio quality
1. 2. Setthevolumelevelofyoursoundsystemtoitsminimum.Becautious!Notdoingsomay causedamagetoyoursoundsystemsuchasspeakers. SettheSP2svolumeleveltoitsmaximum.
When you connect audio cables, make sure to turn down the level on your soundsystem. 3. 4. Adjustthevolumeofyoursoundsystemtotheappropriatelevel. TheSP2hasaheadphonejackwhichduplicatesthesignalfromthemainoutputs.Plugging into the headphone jack does not mute the other audio outputs. You can also use the headphonejackasanunbalancedstereolineleveloutput.Inthiscase,justconnectastereo cablefromtheheadphonejacktoastereoinputonanysoundsystem.
Chapter 2 SP2 Getting Started connectingpoweredspeakers
<Figure23connectingpoweredspeakers>

connectinganaudiomixer

<Figure24connectinganaudiomixer>
Chapter 2 SP2 Getting Started connectingahomeaudiosystem
<Figure25connectingahomeaudiosystem>

Connecting MIDI

MIDI IN
The MIDI In port is for receiving MIDI data. When another MIDI device sends MIDI data to controltheSP2,thismakestheSP2aMIDIslave,whichenablingyoutousetheSP2asasound module.MIDIInportalsocanbeusedforupgradingsoftwareviasystemexclusivedata.
<Figure26SP2asaMIDIslave>

MIDI OUT

The MIDI Out port is for transmitting MIDI data that the SP2 generates. MIDI data does not containanyaudiosignal.Itcarriesdigitalperformancedatasuchasthepitch,notevelocity, controlsignals,etc.

Chapter 2 SP2 Getting Started 14)Findoutwheresp2series.inflocatedandpressOpenbuttonforopenit.
15)PressOKbuttonagainforfurthersteps.
16)NowmakesureuncheckShowcompatiblehardware.SelectKurzweil inmanufacturer,andselectKurzweilSP2XMIDIforSP2XorselectKurzweilSP2MIDIfor SP2.FinallypressNextbutton.
17)Youcanseewarningwindow,becausethisdriverisnotsignedbyMicrosoft,Itsokignoreit. ClickYesbutton.
18)Youcanseethewarningboxagain,pressContinueAnywaybutton.
19)Driverinstallisinprogress.
20)AfterawhileInstallfinished,pressFinishbutton.
21)Inthedevicemanager,youcanseenewdevicenameKurzweilSP2SeriesMIDI.
22)YoucanalsoseeanewdevicenameinSoundandAudioDevicesProperties.
23)Now,youcanalsoseeanewdevicenameinanysequencersoftware. (Nuendoinpicture)
UseUSBTypeAcablewhichisthemostwidelyusedtype.
<Figure211ConnectingtoaComputerviaUSB>

Connecting Pedals

Plug your switch or continuous pedals into the corresponding jacks on the SP2s rear panel. AlthoughwerecommendusingtheKurzweilpedalsdescribedonpage12,youcanusealmost anyswitchorcontinuouspedal,aslongasitadherestothefollowingspecifications.
switchpedals1/4inchtipsleeveplugs continuouspedals10kOhmlineartaperpotentiometer1/4inchtipsleeveplug WhenusingnonKurzweilpedal,makesureitsconnectedbeforeyouturnonyour SP2.Also,donotpressanyofyourpedalswhilepoweringup,oritmightworkbackwards becausetheSP2verifieseachpedalsorientationduringpowerup.

Powering Up

When youve made all your connections, turn on the SP2. After the LEDs on the front panel flash,thenumericdisplayonthefrontpanelwillshowaseriesofinformation.WhentheSP2is readytoplay,thedisplaywilllooklikefollowing:
<Figure212InitialDisplay>
To prevent any damage to your sound system, set the SP2s master volume slider all the way down before you turn on the SP2. And then, gradually push up the slider while playing the keyboard
Chapter 2 SP2 Getting Started

Playing the Demo Songs

1. Press[+/]buttonand[Enter]simultaneouslytoenterDemomode.
<Figure213Demomode>
2. [Play]buttonbelowthedisplaystartsthedemosong.Therearethreedemosongs.Press numericbuttoninSoundSelect/DataEntryregiontoselectoneofthedemosongslike <Figure214>.
<Figure214StartingDemoSongs>
3. Ifyouwanttostopthedemobeforeitfinishes,press[Stop]buttonbelowthedisplayto stopthedemosong.ToexitDemomode,press[Stop]buttonwhenthedemosongsare notplaying.
<Figure215StopandExitingDemomode>

Software Upgrades

BeausetheSP2containsflashROM,thesystemsoftwarecanbeupgradedviaMIDI.Youcanget software upgrades for your SP2 from authorized Kurzweil dealers or our home page (http://www.kurzweilmusicsystems.com/). For software installation instructions, refer to Chapter6,SoftwareUpgrades.

Troubleshooting

NoTextinDisplay IfnomessagesaredisplayedwhenyouturnonthepoweronyourSP2andnoLEDslight,check the power adapter connections at the AC outlet and the SP2 Adapter In jack. For more informationabouttroubleshooting,seeChapter9,troubleshooting.

Audio Outs

The left and right audio jacks are used to connect to your audio system. See Connecting To YourAudioSystemonpage22forconnectiondetails.

Headphone Jack

Plugyourheadphoneinhere.Youllneeda1/4inchto1/8inch(orphonetomini)adapter plugwhenusingheadphonesthathaveaminiplug.SeeConnectingtoYourAudioSystemon page23formoreinformation.

Power Jack

Plugthecordfromtheincludedpoweradapterintothisjack.Youmustusetheadaptercomes withyourSP2.However,ifitshouldbecomelostorforgotten,referseepage22forinformation aboutpossiblesubstitutes.

Power Switch

PressthewhiteItoturnontheSP2ortheOtoturnitoff.Ifitwillbeoffforalongperiodof time, unplug the power adapter from the wall. The flash memory in the SP2 works like hard drive of a computer and need no power or battery to retain information. So there is no advantagetoleavingthepoweron.

Programs

Programs consist of presets that include various instrumental sounds and 60 types of drum patterns.Withsuchavarietyofexcellentsounds,theSP2canbemanyinstrumentsyouwantit to be. Be it a guitar, a bass or even a string ensemble. You can use those sounds for either performanceorMIDIcomposition.Programsarealsothesoundsourcetobuildupyoursetups. Youcanmodifythemtoyourtaste,ofcourse. To select a program, press [program/setup] button. Pressing the button will toggle the small LED in the button between green and red. If the LED turns red, it means that the SP2 is in Programmode.TheLEDturnsgreenwhenSP2isinSetupmode. InProgrammode,usetheSoundSelectbuttonintheSoundSelect/DataEntryregiontoselect thedesiredinstrumentalcategory(Piano,E.Piano,etc.)andselectaprogrambypressingoneof theeightbuttonsbelowthecategorybuttonsassuggestedin<Figure34>. SelectingCategories/Youcanselectthedesiredinstrumentalcategoryinthisregion. SelectingPrograms/Youcanselectthedesiredprogramwithinthecurrentcategoryinthis region.

<Figure34>

Program Sound Patch List

<Chart31>

ThedisplaywillshowstheIDnumberofthecurrentprogram.Forexample,P64meansthatthe currentprogramisVibes(the8thprogramof8thcategoryfromtheabovechart).

Setups

Whileyoucanplayjustonesoundatatimewithinaprogram,asetupconsistsoftwoormore programs. Setup mode shines most during live shows. You can combine up to four distinct soundsinasinglesetuptoyourneedforbandorsoloperformancesituations.TheSP2canstore 16setupswhichareassignedtoeachofSoundSelectbuttons. Although an SP2 setup can have up to four zones, the 4th zone is reserved for playingrhythmpatterns.

Selecting Setups

Setup List

<Chart32>

Press[Program/Setup]buttonafewtimestillitsLEDchangestogreen.Presscorrespondingly numberedSoundSelectbuttonstoselectdesiredonefromtheSP2s16setups.Thedisplaywill showtheIDnumberoftheselectedsetup(S01~S16)like<Figure35>
<Figure35SelectingSetups>
Rhythm Patterns and Metronome

<Figure316>

TheSP2sharesthesameMIDICCassignmentwithotherKurzweilinstruments.Forexample, the destinations of knobs A and B are MIDI CC 6 and 13 which PCseries instruments also assignedtoslider/knobAandB.Inaddition,MIDICC6,22,and23areassignedtosliderB,C and D of the Kseries instrument. This makes the SP2 a good controller keyboard for other Kurzweilrackmodules,suchasPC2R,K2000R,K2500R,andK2600R. If you want to change the default setting, see Assigning Knobs on page 412 in Chapter 4 ProgrammingYourSP2. ZoneVolume You can control the volume levels of main, layer, and split sounds and rhythm patterns with 4 knobs. It is very useful for live performance, especially when playing with the internal rhythm patterns.

<Figure317>

EffectWet/DryMix&TempoControl Youcanuse4knobstocontrolEffectWet/Drymixlevelandthetempoofrhythmpatternsand theSP2smetronome.FormoreinformationaboutEffects,seeChapter7.

<Figure318>

Programming Your SP2
Thischapterwillshowyouhowtomodifyexistingprograms,setupsandeffectstoyourown specificuseortaste.Usethefollowinglisttofindspecificinformationmorequickly. EasyEditing..42 ChangingEffectSetting..44 EditingSetup... 48 KnobAssigning.. 412
<SP2InternalStructureDiagram>
Chapter 4 Programming SP2
Easy Editing (Auto Layer / Split)
With the AutoSplit feature, users can create new sounds very easily. Tasks such as mixing additionalsoundswithcurrentonesorsplittingthekeyboardintomultipleparts,eachwitha different sound, can be done in a very convenient way. Basically, current programs are set to Mainsound.Youcaneasilylayeradditionalsoundsontopofitorsplitkeyboardintomultiple zoneswithdifferentprogramsineach,using[Layer]and[Split]button.

Layering

Layeringisplayingtwosoundsonthesamepartofthekeyboard. Theprocedureisasfollows: 1. Selectaprogram.Ifyouwanttomixanothersoundwithit,press[Layer]button.

<Figure41>

TheLEDonthe[Layer]buttonwillblinkredandthedisplaywilllooklike<Figure41 >, which means the first sound from the first category will be layered. (Layer Program0fromCategory1) Or,youcanselectanothersoundtobelayeredwiththeSoundSelectbutton If you want to change your Main sound, press [Main] button and use Sound Select button.(Inthiscase,thedisplaywilllooklike<Figure42>)

3. 4.

<Figure42>
Chapter 4 Programming SP2 5. One more push of [Main] button will turn off the LED on the button and the Main soundwillbemuted.Thedisplaywillindicatesthisbyshowingadot(.).

<Figure43>

Splitting is playing two or more programs on different parts of the keyboard. For example, usingthesplitfeature,youcanplayapianosoundintheupperregisterandbasssoundinthe lower register within a single SP2 instrument. Pressing [Split] button will flash the LED on it andthedisplaywilllooklike<Figure44>.

Avoid Extra Controller Motion
Now suppose you want to have a pianoandstrings setup with chorus effect, but you dont wanttoheartheeffectatallwhenyouselectthesetup.Instead,youwanttobringitinlater.To dothis,youcouldsettheentryvalueforKnobAinZone1to0.
Chapter 5 Global Imaginethattheknobisallthewaytotheleftwhenyoufirstcallupthesetup.Rememberthat theknobmustgopasttheentryvaluebeforeitbecomesactive.Inthisexampletheentryvalue is0andthecurrentMIDIcontrollervaluesentbytheknobis0(minimum).Whenyoumove theknobup,theMIDIcontrollervaluegoesto1,andthereforehasntcrossedtheentryvalue, andthereforenothinghappensasyoucontinuetoturntheknob.Youdhavetoturntheknobto therightslightly,thenbacktotheleftsothatitgoestoMIDIControllervalue0,thenthenext timeyouturnittotheright,theknobwillbeactive.Toavoidhavingtoturntheknobright,left, andrightagain,settheentryvaluetoaverylownumberotherthan0,suchas5.Thevalueisso lowthatyouwontheartheeffect,butasyouturntheknobtotherightthefirsttime,itwillgo pastvalue5andbecomeactive.

Tuning

TheSP2istunedto440Hz.YoucantunetheSP2upordownto50(Ab)~50(A#)inonecent increments. To recall the default setting, press [+/Yes] and [/No] button simultaneously. This can be useful if you are playing along with a recording, or playing with other acoustic instrumentsthatcantbeeasilyretuned.Thedefaultvalueis0cent.

<Figure57>

Use when you want to store all the data in memory externally as System Exclusive message. ThedatawillbesentoveraMIDIcable.Press[Dump]buttonandthedisplaywillshowdmp ( Dump ) message. [+/Yes] button will start transmitting and the display will show Snd (Send)message.

<Figure58>

MIDI Scope
This small utility is used for monitoring MIDI data, either coming into the SP2 or being producedbytheinstrumentitself.Wheneveryouplayakeyorcontrollerorsendandreceive anyMIDIdata,thedatashowuponthedisplay.YoucanmonitoriftheSP2properlyreceives incoming MIDI data. When you select MIDI scope, the display will show ScP ( scope ) message.The[+/Yes]buttonwillclearthedisplay.NtemeansnotemessageandCtlmeans control message. This can be highly useful for diagnosing problems or monitoring MIDI data flowespeciallywhentheSP2istransmittingMIDIcontrolmessage.

<Figure59>

ThiswillinitializetheSP2.Whenyouselect[Reset],thedisplaywillshowsRst(Reset).Press [+/Yes]onceagain,andtheSP2willaskyouifyouaresure.Press[+/Yes]buttononemoretime and the you will see a prompt asking rL? ( Really ) to be sure for the last time. This will preventsyoufromexecutingahardresetinadvertently,whicherasesalluserstoreddata.One morepushofthe[+/Yes]buttonwillinitializetheSP2.

Wet / Dry Mix

MostprogramsandsetupsareroutedtoEffectblockbydefault.Theaudiosignalprocessedby theEffectblockcanberoutedtoReverbblockbeforebeingsenttothemainoutput. The[Effect]and[Reverb]buttonsinthePerformance/Editregionofthefrontpanelenablesthe sendstoeachblock.WhenthebottonsLEDsarelit,controlthesendamountwithknobs.The numericvalueforeachblockmeansthefollowing: The Effect controls how much of Effect blocks effect gets applied to the dry signal coming fromthesoundengine. The Reverb controls how much of the processed signal coming from Effect block goes to ReverbblockandgetsReverbblockseffectappliedtoit.

Bypassing Effect

Sometimes, you need to mute all the effects. For example, when youre in the studio, your recordingengineersmaywanttousetheirownexternaleffects.Youcaneasilysilenceallyour effects and / or reverb temporarily without making any lasting changes to the programs or setupsyoureplaying.Justdeactivateeachblockwiththecorrespondingbutton.TheLEDsare turnedoffwhentheyaredeactivated.Inthiscase,theeffectengineisstillactivealthoughthe effectsaremuted.Theaudiosignalsimplybypassestheeffectengine.
<Figure74EffectBypass>

Tutorials

Thischapterprovidesafewprogrammingexamplesforensembleorsoloperformancesituations, whichuserscaneasilyfollowstepbystepbythemselves.Createsomesetupswithtwoormore programs using layering, splitting and velocity switching feature. With the internal rhythm patterns running, you can even run an entire show alone which would need multiple players. Whileenjoyingthetutorials,youwilllearntheadvancedfeaturesoftheSP2quickly.

Programming with Layers

The most often used layering techniques are mixing two sounds ( Piano with Strings or Pads ) eachwithfastattackandslowattackforricherandpunchiersounds,or layeringafewsimilar soundingprograms(Brasses,Strings,AnalogSynths,etc.)tofattenthesounds. LayeringinProgrammode The program mode is automatically selected when power is turned on. In program mode, you canaddanothersoundtothecurrentlyselectedsoundalmostinstantlywithoutenteringSetup mode.Itisveryusefulwhenyouareonstagebecausewithafewbuttonpresses,youcaneasily create a layer without any actual editing through the display. Well show you how to do this. Followthetutorialsbelowacoupleoftimesandyouwillgettheideaquickly.
Creating New Sounds with Layering
Wearegoingtostartwithanexistingelectronicpianosoundandlayeritwithvibestocreatea newelectricpianosoundsuitableforballadtunes. 1. InProgrammode,selectn13(DigitalE.Piano)

<Figure81>

Chapter 8 Tutorial 2. Press[Layer]buttonlocatedontheleftsideofthedisplay.ThiswillchangetheLEDon the[Program]buttonfromredtoamberandL26willappearonthedisplay.Thecolor changeofLEDmeansthattheSP2isinEditingmodeandL26indicatesthatprogram number26is(L)ayered.

<Figure82>

3. Press[Drum/Perc]buttoninthecategoryregionandpress[Enter]button.TheL26on thedisplaywillchangetoL64(Vibes).

<Figure83>

<Figure84>
Chapter 8 Tutorial 4. SelectZoneVolumemodewith[KnobMode]button.Useknob12toadjustthevolume levelofeachsound.SetMainvolumelevelto110andLayervolumelevelto100.

<Figure85>

Press[Store]buttonintheEditregionandpress[Yes]buttonbelowthedisplay.TheSP2 will ask you once more to be sure. One more press of [Yes] button will complete the savingprocedureandthedisplaywillshowq01indicatingtheslotnumberyoujust stored your program in. You can select one of the stored programs with [Q.Access] buttonatanytime.

<Figure86>

Chapter 8 Tutorial

Splitting in Program mode
When you need two sounds on different parts of the keyboard, splitting comes in handy. For example, if you want to play a flute melody part with your right hand while playing a piano accompanimentpartwithyourlefthand.Layeringisplayingtwosoundsonthesamepartofthe keyboardandsplittingisplayingtwosoundsondifferentpartsofthekeyboard.
Creating New Sounds with Layering and Splitting
We are going to create a sound which combines guitar sound in the upper register and bass soundinthelowerregisterofthekeyboard. 1. InProgrammode,selectn50(ChorusGuitar)

<Figure87>

2. Press[Layer]buttonlocatedontheleftsideofthedisplay.ThiswillchangetheLEDon [Program] button from red to amber and L50 will appear on the display. The color changeofLEDmeansthattheSP2isinEditingmodeandL26indicatesthatprogram number50is(L)ayered.

<Figure88>

Chapter 8 Tutorial 3. Press[Drum/Perc]buttoninthecategoryregionandpress[6]buttonbelow.ThenL50 onthedisplaywillchangetoL41(Scatman).

<Figure89>

4. Press [Split] button next to [Layer] button. The display will show p53 ( Pd Clav o Bass).Nowyouhaveabasssoundassignedtothelowerregisterofthekeyboard.

<Figure810>

5. SelectZoneVolumemodewith[KnobMode]button.Useknob13toadjustthevolume level of each sound. Set Main volume level to 110, Layer volume level to 90 and Split volumelevelto120.

<Figure811>

Chapter 8 Tutorial 6. Press[Store]buttonintheEditregionandpress[Yes]buttonbelowthedisplay.TheSP2 will ask you once more to be sure. One more press of [Yes] button will complete the savingprocedureandthedisplaywillshowq01indicatingtheslotnumberyoujust stored your program in. You can select one of the stored programs with [Q.Access] buttonatanytime.

<Figure812>

Using Layered Sounds with Rhythm Patterns
1. Press[Q.Access]in the Edit regionand press[2] button to load the sound that youve juststoredinthepreviousexample.

<Figure813>

Chapter 8 Tutorial 2. Press[Rhythm]buttonbelowthedisplay.Press[Jazz]buttonintheCategoryregionand thenpress[6]button.Thedisplaywillindicater49(JazzRhythm1).Pressing[Yes] buttonbelowthedisplaywillstarttheselectedrhythmpattern.

<Figure814>

SelectEffectwet/Drymodewith[KnobMode]button.Adjustthetempooftherhythm patternwithknob4.

<Figure815>

Select Zone Volume mode with [Knob Mode] button. Adjust the volume level of the rhythmpatternwithknob4.Forthisexample,setitto100.

<Figure816>

Chapter 8 Tutorial 5. Pressing[No]buttonbelowthedisplaywillstoptherhythmpatternplaying.Withone morepressof[Rhythm]button,youwillreturntoProgrammode.

<Figure817>

Whenediting,alwaystrytolistentothesoundsclosely.Also,comparingtheedited sounds to the similar sounds in commercial songs is a good way to be familiar with programmingmorequickly.
Troubleshooting / FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Maintenance

Asidefromnormalcareinhandlinganduse,yourStagePianorequiresnoregularmaintenance. Donotuseabrasivesorsolventsastheymaydamagetheunitsexteriorsuchaspaint,markings, infostripanddisplaylens,etc.Cleanwithasoftclothdampenedwithwater. Unlike other instruments, the SP2 uses nonvolatile flash memory for storage, which needs no powerorbatteriestoretaininformation.So,unplugthepoweradapterfromthewallifyourSP2 willbeoffforalongperiodoftime.

Common Problems

Belowisalistofthemostcommonlyencounteredproblemsanddiagnosesforeach.

Power Problems

Thenormalpowerupsequenceshouldfollows:. 1.ThedisplayandtheLEDsofyourSP2areturnedonandoffinacertainorderforawhile. 2.Theinitialdisplayappear.
If nothing at all happens when you turn on the power, check these items:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Powermodulenotpluggedsecurelyinwalloutlet. CordfrompowermodulenotfullypluggedintotheSP2. Inputvoltageratingofpowermoduledoesnotmatchyourpowersystem. Incorrectordefectivepowermodule. Deadwalloutlet,powerstrip,orextensioncord.
Chapter 9 Troubleshooting/FAQ
If all of the above are checked okay, yet you still dont see normal operation, check these items:
1. 2. Inputvoltageratingofpowermoduledoesnotmatchyourpowersystem. Incorrect of defective power module. For information about the power module specifications, see page A1. Voltage or current rating less than specified will cause unusualorintermittentoperation. Powersystemvoltageabnormallylow.Tryadifferent,unusedoutlet. Intermittentoperationcanbecausedbyareplacementpowermodulewiththewrong sizeplug.Thecorrectplugfitssnuglyintothejack,anddoesntwobble.

37 Indy lead

Lowpas Freq MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth

32 Spider's Web

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Timbre Timbre MIDI 23 MIDI 24 MIDI 1 Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel

38 Alazawi

33 Williams Brass

39 Hybrid Pan

Layer xfade MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth

34 Synth Brass

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Lowpas Freq MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel

40 Old lead

Timbre MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth

35 Brass Section

41 Scatman
MIDI 6 MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth

36 saxes X trumpets

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Layer Swtich MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel

42 Bright Voices

Timbre Attack MIDI 23 MIDI 24 MIDI 1

43 Doo >< Daa

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Timbre xFade MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel

49 Acoustic Guitar

Timbre Timbre MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Tremolo

44 The Croons

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Timbre MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel

50 Chorus Elec Gtr

Notch Freq MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Tremolo

45 Eurythm

51 Lead Rock Gtr
Dist Depth Layer Swtich MIDI 23 MIDI 24 MIDI 1

46 FLG Strings

52 Jazzy Frets
Attack MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth

47 Solar Lead

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Lowpas Freq Renonace MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Vibrato Depth

53 Round and Wound

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Lowpas Freq AMP ENV CTL MIDI 23 Layer Swtich Vibrato Depth

48 Attack Stack

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Timbre MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Pitch Shift

54 Two Finger Bass

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Lowpas Freq MIDI 13 MIDI 23 Layer Swtich Vibrato Depth

55 Slap Bass

Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D FootSW 1 Mwheel MIDI 6 MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 Layer Swtich Vibrato Depth Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel

60 Electro kit

Lowpas Freq Pitch Shift MIDI 23 MIDI 24 MIDI 1
61 Virtuoso Perc 56 Upright Bass
Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Timbre MIDI 13 MIDI 23 Layer Swtich MIDI 1 Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Pitch Shift MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 AmpEnv CTL
62 Rhythm Maker 57 Studio Drums 1+2
Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Lowpass Filter MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 MIDI 1 Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Mwheel Pitch Shift MIDI 13 MIDI 23 MIDI 24 AmpEnv CTL

When you use MIDI devices, sometimes you may have MIDI noteon commands producing stucknoteswhichdroneonandon.Inthiscase,dontPanic.Pressing[KeyRange]and[Vel Range] button will transmit All Note Off message and Reset All Controller message to shut downtheunwantedstucknotesandsettheSP2backtonormal.ThisiswhatPanicfunction does.

< Figure C-1 >

Appendix C SP2 Drum Map

Normal

GM ReMap

Audio Outs, -5

Options, -2

Balanced Cable, -2

Pedal, -2, -13 Pedal Jacks, -4 Power Jack, -5 power supply, -2 Power Switch, -5 powered speakers, -3 Program Sound, -5 Program Sound Patch List, -6
Changing Effect, -4 Changing Reverb, -6 Continuous Pedal, -13, 3-4 Controlling Effect, -1
Default Setup, -9 Demo Song, -14

Quick Start Guide, 1

Edit, -3 Effect Bypass, -3
Rear Panel, -4 Rhythm Patterns, -7 Routing Effect, -2 rubber feet, -1

Front Panel, -2

Selecting Effect, -2 Editing Setup, -8 Setups, -6 Sound Select / Data Entry, -3 Special Setup, -8 Split Point, -3 switch pedal, -13, -4
Headphone, -5 home audio system, -3, -4

Internal Setup, -9

Troubleshooting, -15
Master Volume Slider, -3 MIDI IN, -4 MIDI OUT, -5 MIDI Thru, -5 MIDI91, -2 MIDI93, -2 mixer, -2, -3

USB Port, -4

Velocity Range, -10

Numeric Display, 2-13

Index-1

Wet/Dry Mix, -3

XLR plug, -2

Index-2

 

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