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Controls and functions
RHYTHM GROUP Various rhythm patterns are available for each rhythm group.
AUTO PLAY CHORD Add an automatic accompaniment to your selected rhythm.
MUSIC STYLIST You can choose to have all the settings of this instrument automatically set.
SET OFF/ON SPLIT POINT
AUTO PLAY CHORD
POP ROCK DANCE POP BALLAD
TRAD & WALTZ
JAZZ & BALLROOM LATIN & SWING & SHOW WORLD
OTHER PARTS/TR ONE TOUCH PLAY FAVORITES CONTRAST MUTE
DEMO MAIN VOLUME
AUTO SETTING BANK
STOP MUSIC STYLE ARRANGER
PERFORMANCE PADS 2
VARIATION 4 FILL IN 1 2
INTRO & ENDING 1 2
4 POWER OFF ON
SEQUENCER RESET COUNT INTRO
PERFORMANCE PADS Add various phrases to your performance with the pad buttons. ONE TOUCH PLAY Sounds and effects matching the selected rhythm are automatically set. FADE IN/OUT Begin your song with a slowly increasing volume, or end it by having the sound slowly fade away.
PITCH BEND The PITCH BEND wheel allows a sliding change in the pitch.
DISPLAY Displays performance information, function settings and other messages. Use the CONTRAST buttons to adjust the display so that it is easy to read.
EFFECT Add various effects to the sounds.
TRANSPOSE Raise or lower the key of the entire keyboard.
SOUND GROUP Various sounds are available for each sound group.
DIGITAL MULTI SUSTAIN EFFECT CHORUS EFFECT REVERB
STRINGS & GUITAR & ORGAN & VOCAL HARPSI ACCORDION
SAX & WOODWIND
MALLET & SYNTH ORCH PERC
DRUM SOUND KITS EXPLORER MEMORY
DISPLAY HOLD PAGE
TRANSPOSE + PART SELECT 1 2
PANEL MEMORY 3 4
SET BANK VIEW
SEQUENCER PLAY EASY REC
SYNCHRO & START/STOP BREAK BEAT TAP TEMPO
8 NEXT BANK
CHORD STEP REC
DISK IN USE
TECHNI-CHORD Block chords are automatically added to the melody. CONDUCTOR Assign a different sound to each part, then assign the desired parts to section of the keyboard.
SEQUENCER Record and play back your performance.
PANEL MEMORY Store the panel settings, then recall them instantaneously just by pressing a button or two.
This Keyboard has many settable functions and storable memories. However, you can return the settings and memory to the factory-preset status.
1. Press the PROGRAM MENUS button to turn it
5. Press the OK button.
The display changes to the confirmation display. Press the YES button if you wish to execute the initialization. Press the NO button if you wish to cancel the procedure.
The display changes to the following.
2. Select CONTROL.
The display looks similar to the following.
Initialization begins. When initialization is completed, COMPLETED! is shown on the display and the Keyboard returns to the normal perform-ance mode. The USER MIDI and FAVORITES are not initialized by this procedure.
3. Select INITIAL.
This display changes to the following.
4. Use the
and buttons to select the desired type of initialization. PERFORMANCE includes all the items which are listed below it.
You can also reset all the PERFORMANCE items with the following procedure: Turn off the power to this instrument once. Then, while pressing the three lower left buttons in the RHYTHM GROUP section (JAZZ & SWING, BALLROOM & SHOW and LATIN & WORLD) at the same time, turn the power on again.
CURRENT PANEL settings PANEL MEMORY SEQUENCER COMPOSER (MEMORY contents) PERFORMANCE PADS (USER memories) SOUND MEMORY EFFECT MEMORY MIDI (USER for the MIDI PRESETS) & FAVORITES
The BACK UP data will not be erased even with the passage of time. The backup memory does not function for the stored contents until the power has been on for about 10 minutes. If you wish to retain the settings and stored memory contents for recall at a later time, store the desired data on a disk/SD card. Data from previous Technics models may be limited to PERFORMANCE data.
SZ-E2 Expression Pedal
SZ-P1 Foot Switch
PLUG-IN feature This model is compatible with third-party extension plug-in software for the KN2400/KN2600. See plug-in documentation for information about software features and operation.
EXP PEDAL FOOT SW
R /MONO L
MIC LINE OUT PHONES
USB This terminal allows connection to a personal computer with a USB cable (commercially available type AB cable). Used with the applications on the included CDROM, you can record this instruments audio sound or manage the instrument data with your PC. Applications Audio Recorder: Application for Recording this instruments sounds and for saving recorded digital audio files in WAV, WMA (Windows Audio Format) and MP3 formats. Song Manager: Application for managing this instruments data on your PC by means of a USB cable. MIDI These terminals are for connection to another MIDI instrument.
EXP PEDAL The optional SZ-E2 Expression Pedal (sold separately) can be connected to this terminal to control the volume. FOOT SW An optional SZ-P1 Foot Switch (sold separately) can be connected to each terminal to control various functions. MIC A microphone can be connected to this terminal. Adjust the volume using MIC VOLUME. LINE OUT The total sound of this instrument can be output from this terminal. For monaural output, connect the plug only in the R/MONO terminal. PHONES Headphones can be connected to this instrument. When headphones are plugged into this jack, the speakers of this instrument are disabled.
The following changes in performance may occur in the Technics Keyboard but do not indicate trouble.
Phenomenon The buttons, keys, etc. malfunction. Remedy Turn off the POWER button once, then turn it on again. If this procedure is not successful, turn off the POWER button once. Then, while pressing the three lower left buttons in the RHYTHM GROUP section (JAZZ & SWING, BALLROOM & SHOW and LATIN & WORLD) at the same time, turn the POWER button on again. (Note that, in this case, all programmable settings, functions and memories return to their factorypreset status.) The MAIN VOLUME is at the minimum setting. Adjust the volume with the MAIN VOLUME control. The volumes for the selected parts are set to the minimum levels. Use the balance buttons to set the volumes of the relevant parts to appropriate levels. The part is muted. The LOCAL CONTROL for a part performed on the keyboard is set to OFF. Set the LOCAL CONTROL to ON. Only percussive instrument sounds are produced when the keyboard is played. The volume is very low when the keyboard is played. The sound you hear is different from the sound you selected. In the SOUND GROUP section, the DRUM KITS button is on. The volume setting in the SEQUENCER contents is very low. Follow the INITIAL procedure to reset the settings. This sometimes occurs when you play back SEQUENCER or COMPOSER data which was created on a different model, or when MIDI data is received from a connected instrument. Select the desired sounds again. The DRUMS volume is set to the minimum level. Use the balance buttons to set the DRUMS volume to an appropriate level. A SEQUENCER PLAY button is on. When you are not playing back the SEQUENCER performance, turn off the SEQUENCER PLAY button. CLOCK is set to MIDI. Set CLOCK to INTERNAL. An ACCOMP part does not sound if its corresponding volume is set to the minimum level. Use the respective balance buttons to set the ACCOMP 1-5 volumes to appropriate levels.
No sound is produced when the keys are pressed. Sounds and effects The rhythm does not start. Rhythm AUTO PLAY CHORD No sound is produced for the automatic accompaniment, or only the sounds of some parts are produced. Storage is not possible. SEQUENSER
The remaining memory capacity of the SEQUENCER is 0. Follow the SONG CLEAR or TRACK CLEAR procedure to erase the memory. The number of measures corresponds to the time signature of the rhythm selected at the start of recording. To change the rhythm in the middle of the song, record the rhythm change in the RHYTHM part.
The playback measure indication is different from when the performance was recorded.
Phenomenon Storage is not possible. COMPOSER Setting the time signature is not possible.
Remedy The remaining memory capacity of the COMPOSER is 0. The time signature cannot be changed for a pattern which is currently recorded in the COMPOSER. If you wish to change the time signature, first follow the procedure to clear the memory. The QUANTIZE function was on when the pattern was recorded and the timing was automatically corrected. Set the quantize level to a smaller note unit or to OFF when recording. This occurs when the Disk Drive is reading a disk. It does not indicate a problem. When performing the load operation from a disk/SD card, the keyboard memory changes to that of the data loaded from the disk. If you wish to preserve a song which is stored in the keyboard memory, save it on a disk/SD card before performing the load procedure. Match the channels on the transmitting side and the receiving side. When the USB terminal or both the MIDI IN and OUT terminals are connected to a computer, depending on the computer software the received data may be sent back to the instrument just as it is. Because of this the sound generated from the keys and the sound generated from the returned data are both produced, causing undesirable effects, such as the sounds canceling each other out, for example. In this case, either change the software settings to prevent received data from being returned, or set the MIDI LOCAL CONTROL to off. This sometimes occurs when electrical equipment such as a radio or TV is used near the instrument. Try moving such electrical equipment further away from the instrument. The sound may be coming from a nearby broadcast station or amateur radio station. If the sound is bothersome, consult your dealer or service center. This instrument has a built-in power source that heats the cabinet to some degree. This is not an indication of trouble.
The playback timing of the rhythm pattern is different from the timing with which it was recorded.
Disk/SD card MIDI Other
The Disk Drive produces a noise during recording or playback. When the procedure to load from a disk/SD card is per-formed, the contents of the keyboard memory are erased.
Data cannot be exchanged through MIDI terminals. The sound quavers or is distorted.
Noise from a radio or TV can be heard.
The cabinet becomes warm during use.
Contents The data on the disk that you are using is for a different product. An error has occurred while the disk was loading. Please try again! There is no disk in the Disk Drive. The file that you tried to load is empty. An error has occurred while the disk was saving. Please try again! The disk that you are using is write protected. Please remove the write protection and try again. The disk that you are using is full. Please use another disk. An error has occurred while the disk was formatting. The disk that you are using may be faulty. Please try formatting another disk. The data is already copy protected. The song you are trying to save is empty. This STANDARD MIDI FILE is incompatible with this instrument and cannot be loaded. This is not a STANDARD MIDI FILE. The timebase (PPQ resolution) that you tried to load is not 24/48/96/192/288/384 PPQ. A problem has occurred with your SEQUENCER Data. This might be due to a damaged or faulty disk. Memory full It is necessary to press REC STOP to complete this procedure. It is impossible to change the time signature because it has already been set in the existing tracks. A rhythm track already exists. It is impossible to assign two tracks to rhythm. It is only possible to change the velocity on a melody track. It is only possible to merge melody tracks. Tracks such as rhythm, chord and control cannot be merged.
Contents It is only possible to copy melody tracks. Tracks such as rhythm, chord and control cannot be copied. This song is too long to be saved as a MIDI file. The MIDI file that you have tried to load exceeds the memory capacity of this instrument and cannot be played. The SEQUENCER memory has been cleared. It is not possible to change the time signature of a COMPOSER pattern after it has been recorded. If you want to proceed, you must first clear the entire COMPOSER pattern. The time signature of the pattern from which you are copying is different from the COMPOSER memory that you are using. Either: Change the time signature of the COMPOSER memory or: Copy from a pattern that has the same time signature Memory full Select a Track before setting parameters for AUTO PUNCH RECORD. The file that you are trying to load was saved on a previous KN keyboard. It is only possible to load using the PERFORMANCE option. It is impossible to edit a Drum Kit. Please select a different sound from any group except Keyboard Percussion. It is only possible to insert MELODY Tracks. Tracks such as RHYTHM, CHORD and CONTROL cannot be inserted. This procedure is not possible with a composer pattern or the metronome. Please select a preset rhythm pattern. It is not possible to record using preset banks, compile banks, or control banks. Please select one of the user banks. Special tracks such as CHORD (APC), RHY and CTL exist in the song from which you are copying and are incompatible with the destination song because it is in the GM mode.
Contents AUTO PUNCH recording has been unsuccessful because SEQUENCER operation was interrupted before the PUNCH OUT measure was reached. The song that you have tried to load exceeds this instruments available memory and cannot be loaded. The selected song memory has been cleared. The computer connection is not active because the computer port switch is set to MIDI. Please turn the power off, set the switch to the desired setting and turn the power back on. This Bitmap is in the wrong format for the KN and cannot be loaded. See the Owners Manual for more details. Please select the Panel Memory that you want to name. It is not possible to use the CHORD FINDER in this mode. Please select CHORD FINDER from HOME page or CHORD STEP RECORD page. SOLO pads are special pads which include Chord information. Pleases use SOLO pads when the rhythm and accompaniment is playing. There are no APC or CHORD tracks. Select and APC track or CHORD track, and try again. It is not possible to record directly into the SOLO pads. Record on the SEQUENCER and Copy the melody and chord information into a SOLO pad. It is not possible to delete all measures. It is not possible to insert over 16 measures in a PATTERN. It is not possible to set the start measure to the measures you set to copy.
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