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Kitaro Matsuri By Yamaha Electone
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|pjahanbazi||9:04pm on Friday, October 22nd, 2010|
|Avoid this one Full featured, and works well...for a couple months. The connection adapter is cheap cheap cheap.|
|kenoh||6:22pm on Sunday, August 8th, 2010|
|I get about an 80% failer rate with these discs. I ended up just throwing the spindle away. These are pretty good...copatible with the newer drives. But it was no go when i popped a couple of these in my old Sony DRU-510A (firmware 1.1a).|
|struiver||3:33am on Sunday, April 4th, 2010|
|not bad item was delivered quickly, but the little wire broke. called up the guy and he just sent another one. cheap .|
|tripichik88||7:27pm on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|Does not work with my Touch, and just crappy all around This device is really hard to figure out. I plug in my 2nd generation iPod Touch.|
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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
* Please keep these precautions in a safe place for future reference.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury or even death from electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other hazards. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Do not open the instrument or attempt to disassemble the internal parts or modify them in any way. The instrument contains no user-serviceable parts. If it should appear to be malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel. Do not expose the instrument to rain, use it near water or in damp or wet conditions, or place containers on it containing liquids which might spill into any openings. If the power cord or plug becomes frayed or damaged, or if there is a sudden loss of sound during use of the instrument, or if any unusual smells or smoke should appear to be caused by it, immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect the electric plug from the outlet, and have the instrument inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel. Only use the voltage specified as correct for the instrument. The required voltage is printed on the name plate of the instrument. Before cleaning the instrument, always remove the electric plug from the outlet. Never insert or remove an electric plug with wet hands. Check the electric plug periodically and remove any dirt or dust which may have accumulated on it.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical injury to you or others, or damage to the instrument or other property. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Do not place the power cord near heat sources such as heaters or radiators, and do not excessively bend or otherwise damage the cord, place heavy objects on it, or place it in a position where anyone could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over it. When removing the electric plug from the instrument or an outlet, always hold the plug itself and not the cord. Pulling by the cord can damage it. Do not connect the instrument to an electrical outlet using a multipleconnector. Doing so can result in lower sound quality, or possibly cause overheating in the outlet. Remove the electric plug from the outlet when the instrument is not to be used for extended periods of time, or during electrical storms. Before connecting the instrument to other electronic components, turn off the power for all components. Before turning the power on or off for all components, set all volume levels to minimum. Also, be sure to set the volumes of all components at their minimum levels and gradually raise the volume controls while playing the instrument to set the desired listening level. Do not expose the instrument to excessive dust or vibrations, or extreme cold or heat (such as in direct sunlight, near a heater, or in a car during the day) to prevent the possibility of panel disfiguration or damage to the internal components. Do not use the instrument near other electrical products such as televisions, radios, or speakers, since this might cause interference which can affect proper operation of the other products. Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally fall over. Before moving the instrument, remove all connected cables. When cleaning the instrument, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use paint thinners, solvents, cleaning fluids, or chemical-impregnated wiping cloths. Also, do not place vinyl, plastic or rubber objects on the instrument, since this might discolor the panel or keyboard. Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the instrument, and do not use excessive force on the buttons, switches or connectors.
NOTE: Pressing a voice button once calls up that voices Voice Menu display. Pressing it a second time calls up the Voice Condition display. Successive presses alternate between the two displays.
The Lead and Pedal Voices sound one note at a time; when you simultaneously press two or more keys, only the highest note will sound.
Now select voices for the Lower keyboard and Pedalboard as you did for the Upper keyboard above. Also set the volumes of the voices. Adjust the volume balance between the Upper and Lower Voices with the Balance Control provided on the Voice Display.
1. Return to the Voice Display by pressing the VOICE DISPLAY
button in the DISPLAY SELECT section.
2. Adjust the balance with the corresponding Data Control buttons.
FOOT SW. REGIST. EXP. SHIFT PITCH/MIDI
U. FLUTE VOICE
Pressing this pair of Data Control buttons at the same time restores the balance to the center position.
When the TO LOWER button is turned on, the Lead voices and Pedal voices cannot be played on the Upper keyboard and Pedalboard, respectively.
About TO LOWER - Playing (Upper) Lead Voice and Pedal Voice 1/2 from the Lower keyboard:
The Electone has a special To Lower function that lets you assign Lead or Bass voices to the Lower keyboard. Simply press the TO LOWER button on the voice section you wish to assign, and that voice will be playable from the Lower keyboard.
VIOLIN FLUTE 1 BRILLIANCE
About Mute function:
Actual volume setting
The voices of the four voice sections of the Upper keyboard (two in the Lower and Pedal) sound together in a layer, and the balance of the voices in the layer is determined by these VOLUME controls. You can easily mute the voice of a voice section by holding down the COARSE button and pressing the panel volume control of the voice section you wish to mute. Repeating the procedure restores the original volume setting.
Turning the Electone off erases all panel settings you have made. When the Electone is turned on, Basic Registration 1 is automatically selected. If you have made panel settings you wish to keep, save them to Registration Memory (see page 77) before turning the Electone off. You can, however, restore the panel settings that were made before the Electone was last turned off. See page 83 for more information.
2. Then press the Page buttons to select the Voice Condition page 2.
3. Select TREM. to turn on Tremolo for the selected Voice section (or the currently assigned voice group). s For Flute Voices (EL-700 only) 1. Press the U. FLUTE VOICE button and/or L. FLUTE VOICE button in the DISPLAY SELECT section to display one of the Flute Voice pages. 2. Then press the Page buttons to select the VOL page.
3. Select ON in TREM. turns on Tremolo for the current Flute Voice.
2) Setting the Tremolo effect
Tremolo setting made here are global; in other words , they are applied the same to all voices for which Tremolo has been turned on (set to standby). To turn on the Tremolo effect and call up the Tremolo Control page: Press the TREMOLO (FAST) button in the DISPLAY SELECT section. The lamp of the button lights up to indicate that Tremolo is on. Press the button again to turn Tremolo off and Chorus on (the LED turns off). TREMOLO CONTROL Page
1 TREM. SPEED (Tremolo Speed) Determines the speed of the Tremolo (rapid rotation) effect. Range: 4.75Hz - 7.77Hz 2 CHOR. MODE (Chorus Mode) Determines the effect applied when Tremolo is switched off: a slow chorus effect (SLOW) or STOP. Use the SLOW setting when you want to have a constant rotating speaker sound.
3) Realtime control of Tremolo effect
Once the Tremolo effect has been turned on and set, you can control the effect in real time from the panel or from the Left Footswitch (page 148). Panel Control Simply press the TREMOLO (FAST) button in the DISPLAY SELECT section to turn the Tremolo effects on and off while youre playing. This button functions just like the fast/slow switch on an actual rotating speaker cabinet. When Tremolo is on, the rotation effect is fast; when off (Chorus), it is slow. The speed change is gradual, effectively simulating the slowing down and speeding up of a rotating speaker. Footswitch Control You can also use the Left Footswitch to control the Tremolo effect in the same way, if the Footswitch has been properly assigned. (See the section Footswitch Assign on page 148 for details.)
5 Rhythm and Accompaniment
The Rhythm features of the Electone use actual drum and percussion sampled sounds to automatically play various rhythms. Automatic Accompaniment functions are used with the rhythms, providing appropriate and completely automatic accompaniment to match the style of the selected rhythm. Moreover, the Electone has a Keyboard Percussion feature that allows you to play drum and percussion sounds from the Lower keyboard and Pedalboard.
NOTE: USER 1 and USER 2 contain the LK PRESET data and PK PRESET data, respectively, as those defaults. NOTE: See page 74 for the information on Copy function, which will be added to the right side of the display when a User Keyboard Percussion is selected.
Press one of the Data Control buttons corresponding to USER 1 to select USER1. The MENU/ASSIGN page indication appears at the top right corner of the display.
Select the ASSIGN page by pressing the Page buttons. The display will be replaced with the Assign Page:
1 INST. (Instrument) Use the Data Control buttons below INST. on the display to page through the 12 available Instrument categories. (Refer to the User Keyboard Percussion Categories list below.) 2 Instrument Names The individual instruments are shown in the display and can be selected with the appropriate Data Control buttons. 3 CLEAR This function is used to erase User assignments for User 1. CLEAR works in two ways: either to erase a single instrument, or to erase all instruments. (See step #5 below.) User Keyboard Percussion Categories
Crash Cym 1 Orch. Cym 1 Crash Cym 2 Orch. Cym 2 Crash CymM. Orch. CymM. Ride Cym 1 Cym March Ride Cym 2 Cym Br Shot Ride CymCup TamTam
HH Open Analog HH O HH Close Analog HH C HH Pedal1 HH Pedal2
SD Light SD Reverb1 SD Heavy SD Reverb2 SD Rim 1 Synth. SD SD Rim 2 Orch. SD SD Accent1 SD Roll SD Accent2 Analog SD
SD Br Shot 1 SD Br Shot 2 SD Br Roll
Tom 1 Tom Br Shot 1 Tom 2 Tom Br Shot 2 Tom 3 Tom Br Shot 3 Tom 4 Tom Br Shot 4 Synth. Tom 1 Synth. Tom 2 Synth. Tom 3
BD Light BD Heavy Analog BD 2 BD Attack Synth. BD BD March ConcertBD
Analog BD 1
Conga High Bongo High Conga Low Bongo Low Conga Slap Bongo Slap Conga Muff. Bongo Mute Conga Slide
Cuica High Surdo Open Cuica Med. Surdo Mute Cuica Low Surdo Rim TamborimO. Surdo Muff. TamborimM.
Timbale1 H. Timbale4 H. Timbale1 L. Timbale4 L. Timbale2 H. Cowbell 1 Timbale2 L. Cowbell 2 Timbale3 H. Cowbell 3 Timbale3 L. Cowbell 4
Cabasa Shaker MaracasH. Wood Low MaracasL. Claves Guiro Short Castanet Guiro Long Vibraslap Wood High Wood Med.
Agogo High Tambou -rine Agogo Low Pandeiro TriangleO. Bell TriangleC. Hand Claps Windbell 1 Finger -snap Windbell 2 Scratch Noise Per.
Kotsuzumi1 Taiko 1 Kotsuzumi2 Taiko 2 Kotsuzumi3 Ohdaiko 1 Kotsuzumi4 Ohdaiko 2 Ohtsuzumi1 Kakegoe 1 Ohtsuzumi2 Kakegoe 2 Kakegoe 3
To assign an instrument to a particular key or pedal: simultaneously hold down the Data Control button corresponding to the desired instrument and press the key (or pedal) to which the instrument is to be assigned. The newly assigned instrument name and key are shown near the top of the display.
NOTE: Always press the PLAY button to start the songs and activate this function on the M.D.R. The CUSTOM PLAY button will not cause to activate the Next Song function. NOTE: Using the Next Song function will not read the User voices, and the User rhythm patterns/sequences while playing back a rhythm.
NOTE: The cursor cannot be moved unless registration numbers have been entered. NOTE: Though about 15 Registration Shift steps are shown in the display at one time, up to 80 steps can be memorized; use the cursor controls to access the undisplayed steps. NOTE: The Shift End (see above) mark cannot be moved using the cursor controls. NOTE: The Shift End mark ( for Top and for Next Song) will automatically be put at the end of the registrations you entered when TOP or NEXT SONG is selected as the Shift End on the Mode page.
Shift End mark
1 POSITION (Cursor Controls) The cursor controls are used to move the cursor (the arrow in the display) along the registration row in the display. Entered registration numbers are shown in boxes, while the numbers in the row above indicate the number of successive presses of the Right Footswitch. Move the cursor to the point you wish to edit. 1 -1 |<< Moves the cursor to the first position. 1 -2 < 1 -3 > Moves the cursor one step to the left. Moves the cursor one step to the right.
1 -4 >>| Moves the cursor to the last position. 2 DATA (Data Controls) The data controls are used to enter and delete registration numbers in the registration row. Move the cursor to the desired position and edit the registration data. 2 -1 SET For initially entering a registration number to a blank space in the registration row, or for replacing a number at the current cursor position. To enter a number, press the desired Registration Memory button (the selected button will light), then press the Data Control button corresponding to SET. After using SET to enter registrations, the cursor can be moved among the numbers.
NOTE: In the case of the EL-500 the registration numbers from 9 through 16 are shown in the dashed line-boxes.
2 -2 INS. (Insert) For inserting a registration number just before the current cursor position. The new registration number is inserted at the cursor position and all other numbers to the right of the cursor are moved to accommodate the new numbers. To perform the operation, first move the cursor to a numbered position. Then press the desired Registration Memory button (the selected button will light), and press the Data Control button corresponding to INS. 2 -3 DEL. (Delete) For deleting a registration number at the current cursor position. To delete the unnecessary number, move the cursor to a numbered position and press the Data Control button corresponding to DEL. 2 -4 CLEAR For erasing all current user Registration Shift Settings. After selecting CLEAR, the following display appears:
To format a disk:
Put the disk, label facing up, into the disk drive (floppy disk slot). Fort will appear on the LED display indicating that the inserted disk requires to be formatted.
CONTROL UPPER LOWER PEDAL CONTROL SHIFT
While holding down the SHIFT button, press the FORMAT button. This step puts the format operation on stand-by, indicated by the dashes on the LED display and the flashing LED above the FORMAT button.
Press the FORMAT button again to begin formatting. The LED above the FORMAT button stays lit. The number 160 appears on the LED display and counts down to 001 as the disk is being formatted. When formatting is completed, operation returns to the original STOP status. The following Song Name display appears after the operation.
NOTE: Selecting UTIL./Change Name allows you to change the song name you have recorded. See page 89 for the details.
The song numbers to be displayed at one time are 10. The page numbers, from 1 through 4, are also shown at the top right side of the display. A total of 40 song locations are created. The song names next to each song number are left blank and indicate that each song number doesnt contain any data.
If you format a disk that contains previously recorded data, all data on the disk will be erased. To avoid inadvertently formatting a disk before this step, press the STOP button.
About SHIFT button:
You will find the SHIFT button (printed in green) at the top right side of the M.D.R. section. Some buttons in the M.D.R. section have dual functions: the first function is printed in white above each button; the second function is printed in green below each button. The SHIFT button is used to select the second functions by pressing each function button while holding down the SHIFT.
1) To record a song:
Set the desired registrations on the Electone. Make all the Electone settings necessary for the song you will record. This means entering the all registrations you will need for the entire performance in the Registration Memory. Make sure also to select the registration that you will use at the beginning of the song. Put a formatted disk into the disk slot.
Press the PLAY button, and start playing after numbers appear in the display. For this example, play the lower keyboard and pedalboard. Press the STOP button when you are finished with your performance to stop recording. Now that youve recorded the first parts of your performance. Press the RECORD button to set up recording of the next part. In this case, the song (number) contains the performance data of the Lower and Pedal in addition to the registration and setup data. The small bars (--) appear at the left part of LED display and flash along with the song number, warning you that the selected song number already contains recorded data. Press the RECORD button again to record another part (Upper part). The RECORD lamp lights up and the PLAY and CUSTOM PLAY lamps begins blinking, indicating that the Music Disk Recorder is ready to record.
Press the RECORD buttons for each part in the upper left row to turn off the parts you have already recorded. In this case, press RECORD/LOWER, RECORD/PEDAL and RECORD/CONTROL to turn them off.
Press the CUSTOM PLAY button to start recording of the new part or parts (Upper part). Playback of the previously recorded parts starts immediately. The CUSTOM PLAY button is used here to record only the parts that have been selected for recording, and play back only those parts that have been selected for playback. Since registration data has already been recorded with the first parts of the song, recording begins immediately. While you listen to the parts being played back, start playing the melody on the Upper keyboard. When the end of the recorded performance is reached, playback is automatically stopped and the STOP status is resumed.
NOTE: The CUSTOM PLAY button is used to record or play back the parts and data other than the registration data. NOTE: dThe length of a subsequently recorded part cannot exceed the length of the previously recorded parts. If you want to change the song length, first delete the existing song (see Song Delete on page 103) and record again.
9) Checking the Remaining Memory
While playback is stopped, you can check the amount of memory available for additional recording in your disk. To do this, simultaneously hold down the SHIFT button and the PAUSE button (indicated in the illustration at right as REM. MEM.: Remaining Memory). The maximum amount of memory is ca.700 for 2DD disks and ca.1400 for 2HD disks.
10) Voice Disks and Pattern Disks
The M.D.R. also allows you to select voices and rhythms from disks. For more information about Voice Disks, see page 118; for more on Pattern Disks, see page 143.
11) Copy Protect
Some of the Disks available for the Electone are purposely protected from being copied or erased. You cannot save the data to another floppy disk. If you try to load data from such a copy-protected disk to the Electone, a Protected Disk (PrXX*) message will appear on the LED display. The data cannot be saved to the disk. *XX: song number
Messages on the M.D.R. LED Display
Display Description of the Messages No disk is installed. Install a disk. 1) The installed disk is write-protected, so the Record, Song Copy, and Song Delete jobs cannot be performed. Set the disks Write-protect tab (page 85) to OFF. 2) If you are using a copy-protected playback-only disk, this message may appear when you attempt the Record, Song Copy, or Song Delete operations. 3) When executing Disk Copy, set the Write-protect tab on the source disk to ON. The installed disk is not formatted. Format the disk. (page 86) 1) The disks memory capacity is full, so the Record or Song Copy operation cannot be performed. Use another formatted disk. 2) Data is already recorded at all song numbers, so the Song Copy operation cannot be performed. Press the STOP button, then delete any unnecessary songs. None of the song numbers contain recorded data, so the Song Copy operation cannot be performed. Press the STOP button. An error occurred because the disk was removed during recording or playback. Press the STOP button, and replace the disk, then start the operation over again. The installed disk cannot be played back on the M.D.R. Press the STOP button, then insert a compatible disk. Recording cannot be performed because too much data was received at once. Press the STOP button. The disk is defective and cannot be formatted. Press the STOP button, then insert another disk.
Press the Data Control button that corresponds to the User Voice number you wish to save to. Press one of the four Data Control buttons below [Save] in the display to save the voice, or one of the four buttons below [Cancel] to abort the operation and return to the previous display. When the voice has been saved, a completed!! message appears.
6 Voice Editing Basics
The EL-700/500 Electone uses a versatile tone generation system developed by Yamaha that is capable of producing an exceptionally wide range of voices. To be more specific, the system uses individual sound sources that modulate each others frequencies and thus create complex sounds not possible by the ordinary mixing of those sound sources.
There are two types of Operators: the one is the sophisticated AWM Operators that are the backbone of the Electones authentic voices, the other is called FM Operators. An FM Operator is a sound generator that produces one very simple type of sound: a pure sine wave. A sine wave by itself is not very interesting to listen to; however, when one sine wave is used to modulate a second sine wave, together they result in a new, complex waveform.
AWM Operators FM Operator Structure of the Operators
FM Operators 1~4
FM Operators 5~8
Voice Algorithm Examples
2) Modulators, Carriers and Algorithms
The top Operator, which sends the modulation signal is, not surprisingly, called the modulator. The bottom Operator, which receives or carries the modulated sine wave and outputs the resulting sound, is called the carrier. The complexity or brightness of the sound depends on the output level of the modulator. This kind of arrangement in which Operators are stacked together is called an algorithm. With eight sine wave Operators available for stacking, the various algorithms can produce a wide variety of sounds.
3) AWM Operators
Each algorithm has a special AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) Operator. AWM Operators are not sine waves like the other Operators, but are digital recordings of actual instrument sounds, such as piano, violin, guitar, and so on. The AWM Operators sound is mixed with the sounds of the other Operators in the algorithm to create realistic voices. AWM Operator
To create your own rhythm sequence you need to assign the rhythms you use to the rhythm buttons and dotted buttons on the panel beforehand.
You can play the rhythm sequence at any time during the editing process by moving the cursor to the point at which you wish to begin playback and pressing the Rhythm START button.
About Using Registration Memory with the Rhythm Sequence Program:
The rhythms (Rhythm Menu) used to program the sequence can be changed during editing by selecting different registrations. This allows you to create a registration that contains the specific rhythms that you will use in a given sequence, and call up that registration when editing the sequence.
3) Quitting Rhythm Sequence Program
To quit the Rhythm Sequence Program: Press the SEQUENCE button in the DISPLAY SELECT section once again. (The LED of the button will turn off.)
4) Playing Rhythm Sequences
To play any of the rhythm sequences you have created:
Press the appropriate Sequence button on the panel.
Press the rhythm START button.
When one of the four rhythm sequences is playing, each programmed rhythm that plays is indicated by the lit LED on the Rhythm panel button. When a Preset rhythm is playing, the current pattern buttons LED is lit. When a User rhythm is playing, the LEDs of two pattern buttons (User number and its type) are lit.
5) Playing All Sequences in Order
You can also have up to all four rhythm sequences automatically play in order, one after the other. To do this:
Press the desired Sequence buttons, making sure that their LEDs are all lit.
Press the START button.
NOTE: The SEQ. lamp goes out when the sequence assigned to it is finished. NOTE: Pressing the SEQ. button during the playback of the rhythm sequence that is made up of several sequences (SEQ. buttons) cancels the current sequence and start the next sequence.
The rhythm sequences start from the lowest number and play in order automatically to the highest number. (For example, if you press Sequence buttons 4, 2 and 1 in that order, the sequences will be played back in their numeric order: 1, 2, then 4.) This function effectively allows you to make a long rhythm sequence that exceeds the 120-pattern memory limit of a single sequence.
To start the sequence using the Left Footswitch:
NOTE: When you are playing the rhythm sequence that is made up of several sequences (SEQ. buttons), pressing the Left Footswitch turns off the currently played-back rhythm sequence and pressing it again starts the next sequence.
Select STOP from the RHYTHM CONTROL (page 148) on the FOOTSWITCH-LEFT display. Press the Left Footswitch with your right foot to turn the sequence on. Pressing the Left Footswitch again in the middle of the sequence playback cancels the rhythm sequence function.
Use the EL-700/500 as an XG Tone Generator
You can also use the EL-700/500 as an XG tone generator since the EL-700/ 500 is compatible with the XG format. You can play back the commercially available XG song data with the electones M.D.R., and also play them using an external sequencer (or sequencing software) and the internal XG tone generator. The internal tone generator section of the EL-700/500 is normally set to EL Mode for playing as an Electone. Sending an appropriate system exclusive message from the sequencing software (PC) to the EL-700/500 changes the mode to XG Mode, in which you can use the Electone as an XG tone generator.
The M.D.R. section of the EL-700/500 allows you to play back the commercially available XG song data and convert the data created by the EL700/500 to the XG compatible data. See page 97 for more information. NOTE: When you create an XG song data using a sequencing software, be sure to insert the XG System On message at the beginning of the data. The internal tone generator mode automatically changes to XG when you start to play back the data. NOTE:
Send the XG System On message, F0, 43, 1N, 4C, 00, 00, 7E, 00, F7 (Hexadecimal), from the sequencing software (PC) to the EL700/500. * N: Device Number (0 for the EL-700/500) Once the XG System On message is received, the internal tone generator will be in the XG Mode allowing the EL-700/500 to all the MIDI messages defined by the XG format such as NRPN and Bank Select.
The internal tone generator mode automatically changes to XG when you play back commercially available XG song data.
MIDI Data Format
1. Channel Messages 1.1 EL Mode
Code (Hexadecimal) 8n,nn,00-7F Function Note Off Transmit 9n,nn,00 9n,nn,01-7F Note Off Note On (1ch)* (2ch)* (3ch)* Bn,00,00-7F Bn,20,00-7F Bn,01,00-7F Bn,04,00-7F Bn,05,00-7F Bn,06,00-7F Bn,26,00-7F Bn,07,00-7F Bn,0A,00-7F Bn,0B,00-7F Bn,40,00-7F Bn,41,00-7F Bn,42,00-7F Bn,43,00-7F Bn,47,00-7F Bn,48,00-7F Bn,49,00-7F Bn,4A,00-7F Bn,54,00-7F Bn,5B,00-7F Bn,5D,00-7F Bn,5E,00-7F Bn,60,00-7F Bn,61,00-7F Bn,62,00-7F Bn,63,00-7F Bn,64,00-7F Bn,65,00-7F Bn,78,00 Bn,79,00 Bn,7B,00 Bn,7C,00 Bn,7D,00 Bn,7E,00 Volume Pan Expression Hold Portamento Sostenuto Soft Pedal Resonance Release Time Attack Time Brightness Portamento Control Reverb Send Level Chorus Send Level Variation Send Level Data Increment Data Decrement NRPN LSB NRPN MSB RPN LSB RPN MSB All Sounds Off Reset All Controllers All Note Off Omni Off Omni On Mono Poly 5-14ch XG 5-14ch XG 5-14ch XG 16ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 16ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch 5-14ch XG XG Control XG XG XG XG XG XG XG XG XG XG XG XG XG XG Modulation 2nd Expression Portamento Time Data Entry 16ch (4ch)** 5-14ch 16ch (4ch)* 5-14ch 5-14ch XG Control LEAD XG XG Bank select Receive 1ch 2ch 3ch (4ch)* 5-14ch 15ch 1ch 2ch 3ch (4ch)* 5-14ch 15ch 5-14ch Remarks UK LK PK LEAD XG Keyboard Percussion UK LK PK (EL-500: note on transmit velocity=50H) LEAD XG Keyboard Percussion XG
The pitch may be felt high on the Pedalboard and low in the higher registers of the Lower and Upper keyboards. Some of the voices may contain cracking and/or noisy sounds. Even though a Dotted buttons rhythm has been selected and started, the pattern does not sound. EFFECTS The Touch Tone function does not operate. The Tremolo effect cannot be heard, even when the TREMOLO (FAST) button in the DISPLAY SELECT section is on. The Reverb effect does not operate, even when Reverb parameters for the selected voice sections are increased. ACCOMPANIMENT The pitch in the Single Finger mode does not change, even when pressing different keys of the keyboard. While an intro./Ending pattern is automatically playing, the Lower keyboard does not produce any sound, even when the keys are played. The Accompaniment cannot be heard even when an appropriate Accompaniment type is selected and the rhythm has been started. The harmony notes of the Melody On Chord function cannot be heard. REGISTRATION MEMORY Certain functions have not been memorized to Registration Memory.
Adjust the Touch Tone settings in the Voice Condition display. Tremolo must be selected first in the Voice Condition display (for panel voices), or in the Flute Voices Volume page (for Flute Voices [EL-700]). Increase the Reverb on the panel Reverb controls, or increase the Reverb Depth in Reverb Page 1.
Single Finger mode will only produce notes when played within a fixed octave interval on the Lower keyboard. If notes with the same letter name are pressed outside of that range, the chords that are sounded will share the same pitch. Since the Accompaniment chords play automatically one after another, the Lower keyboard is designed not to produce any sound during the playback of an Intro./Ending pattern. The Accompaniment volume is set to 0 as the default. Be sure to raise the Accompaniment volume on the rhythm condition page. The Upper keyboard has been set to sound only Lead voices. Increase the volume of the Upper Keyboard voices.
Transposition and Pitch control data, among others, cannot be memorized (except as song data). (page 77)
Problem VOICE EDITING During voice editing, the specified voice isnt heard, even when the keyboard is played. Changing the Envelope Generator of the Carrier (FM Operator) causes a timing gap in timbre changes. RHYTHM PROGRAM During use of the Rhythm Pattern Program, no sound is produced even when you play a certain percussion sound. MUSIC DISK RECORDER Recording or playback cannot be performed.
XG Easy Converter... 98 XG Song Playback... 97
TEMPO (MDR)... 100 TEMPO (RHYTHM)... 58 TEMPO (2ND EXPRESSION). 153 TIME (DELAY).. 47 TIME (GLIDE).. 149 TIME (SLIDE).. 45 TO HOST.. 157 TO LOWER... 28 TOP (SHIFT END).. 81 TOUCH TONE.. 42 TOUCH VIB... 45 TRANSPOSE.. 154 TREMOLO. (FAST)... 55 TREM. (TREMOLO).. 43, 46, 55 TUNE.. 45 TUNE (INSTRUMENT). 60 TYPE (ACCOMPANIMENT).. 67 TYPE (REVERB)... 49
QUANTIZE.. 127, 132
Read and Auto Incremant.. 99 REAL TIME WRITE. 127, 133 RECORD... 87 Registration Menu Disk.. 14 REGIST SHIFT.. 79 Remaining Memory (MDR).. 105 Remaining Memory (RHYTHM PROGRAM). 137 RESP. (FLUTE VOICE). 38 REV. (REVERB).. 43, 49, 60 REVERB.. 49 RHYTHM... 56 Rhythm Condition.. 59 RHYTHM CONTROL. 149 RHYTHM IN.. 157 Rhythm Menu.. 63 RHYTHM PROGRAM. 122 ROOM (REVERB).. 49 RR (AWM).. 117 RR (FM)... 118
U. FLUTE VOICE.. 37 UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE.. 26 USER (FLUTE VOICE). 39 USER (KEYBOARD PERCUSSION). 70 USER (REGIST SHIFT).. 80 USER (RHYTHM). 62, 139 USER (SEQUENCE).. 141 USER (VIBRATO).. 44 USER (PANEL VOICE).. 30, 113
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM Connecting the Plug and Cord
IMPORTANT. The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: BLUE : NEUTRAL BROWN : LIVE As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured makings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug.
This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha-Kemble Music (U.K.) Ltd.
For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha or the authorized distributor listed below.
THE UNITED KINGDOM
Yamaha-Kemble Music (U.K.) Ltd. Sherbourne Drive, Tilbrook, Milton Keynes, MK7 8BL, England Tel: 01908-366700
Tom Lee Music Co., Ltd. 11/F., Silvercord Tower 1, 30 Canton Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: 2737-7688
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