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|DanceTrance||8:38am on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
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|bad205||2:47am on Thursday, September 16th, 2010|
|Easy to use. Software is downloaded first time you plug the camera into a USB port. Battery lasts about one hour and fifteen minutes.|
|cuk||1:01pm on Sunday, September 12th, 2010|
|Camera A+ / Kodak Support F Camera takes wonderful video for the price. However, while on vacation.|
|wlandry||2:55pm on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|so far it looks awaful on my big screen tv. (the reviewer on this site said that it stood up to the big screen tvs). Not a great one, just works okay. Video resolution is fantastic but under low lighting conditions it doesn?t deliver.|
|babag||3:50am on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
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|DaniRR73||10:00am on Thursday, July 1st, 2010|
|Take it everywhere and use it whenever something interesting is going on. Videos are great; stills are very acceptable. Easy to Use". Great for filming kids sports and minor events. I wouldn't plan on doing extensive videos but overall a breat camera. Easy to Use".|
|wwwjobnet||4:11pm on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
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|Vibe_2020||8:03pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
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|firstname.lastname@example.org||2:59pm on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010|
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|ssureshkumar||5:31am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010|
|I use this to record sports and business videos and it does just fine None lotta bang for your buck here. Shipped fast as always. Got this sucker for 89.00 shipped. Friend has had one for awhile and loves it.|
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Reference Quick Guide Setting Up
SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION
This product utilizes batteries or an external power supply (adapter). DO NOT connect this product to any power supply or adapter other than one described in the manual, on the name plate, or specifically recommended by Yamaha. WARNING: Do not place this product in a position where anyone could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over power or connecting cords of any kind. The use of an extension cord is not recommended! If you must use an extension cord, the minimum wire size for a 25 cord (or less) is 18 AWG. NOTE: The smaller the AWG number, the larger the current handling capacity. For longer extension cords, consult a local electrician. This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product. Battery Notice: This product MAY contain a small non-rechargeable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in place. The average life span of this type of battery is approximately five years. When replacement becomes necessary, contact a qualified service representative to perform the replacement. This product may also use household type batteries. Some of these may be rechargeable. Make sure that the battery being charged is a rechargeable type and that the charger is intended for the battery being charged. When installing batteries, never mix old batteries with new ones, and never mix different types of batteries. Batteries MUST be installed correctly. Mismatches or incorrect installation may result in overheating and battery case rupture. Warning: Do not attempt to disassemble, or incinerate any battery. Keep all batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by the laws in your area. Note: Check with any retailer of household type batteries in your area for battery disposal information. Disposal Notice: Should this product become damaged beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is considered to be at an end, please observe all local, state, and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of products that contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc. If your dealer is unable to assist you, please contact Yamaha directly.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE:
The information contained in this manual is believed to be correct at the time of printing. However, Yamaha reserves the right to change or modify any of the specifications without notice or obligation to update existing units. This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT operate for long periods of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist. IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before damage occurs. Some Yamaha products may have benches and / or accessory mounting fixtures that are either supplied with the product or as optional accessories. Some of these items are designed to be dealer assembled or installed. Please make sure that benches are stable and any optional fixtures (where applicable) are well secured BEFORE using. Benches supplied by Yamaha are designed for seating only. No other uses are recommended.
NAME PLATE LOCATION:
The name plate is located on the bottom of the product. The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate. You should record the model number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase.
Service charges incurred due to a lack of knowledge relating to how a function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the manufacturers warranty, and are therefore the owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your dealer before requesting service.
Yamaha strives to produce products that are both user safe and environmentally friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the production methods used to produce them, meet these goals. In keeping with both the letter and the spirit of the law, we want you to be aware of the following:
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product. 2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/ or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA. 3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class B digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit OFF and ON please try to elimi, nate the problem by using one of the following measures: Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference. Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s. In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to co-axial type cable. If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620 The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
To prevent damage to the speakers, set the volume of the external devices at the minimum setting before connecting them. Failure to observe these cautions may result in electric shock or equipment damage. Also, be sure to set the volumes of all devices at their minimum levels and gradually raise the volume controls while playing the instrument to set the desired listening level.
Connecting a Footswitch or a Foot Pedal (SUSTAIN Jack)
While playing the keyboard, adjust the volume level by using the [MASTER VOLUME] control.
Even when the switch is standby, electricity is still flowing to the instrument at the minimum level. When you are not using the instrument for a long time, make sure you unplug the AC power adaptor from the wall AC outlet, and/ or remove the batteries from the instrument.
The SUSTAIN jack is for connecting the footswitch or foot pedal. The pedal functions in the same way as a damper pedal on an acoustic piano. Connect an included footswitch (NP-V80 only) or an optional
Connecting Headphones (PHONES/OUTPUT Jack)
footswitch FC4/FC5 to this jack and press the pedal to sustain the sound. An optional FC3 foot pedal can also be connected to this jack. If you connect an optional pedal of FC3, the half pedal function* can be used.
Panel Controls and Terminals
The panel illustrations shown in this owners manual are taken from the NP-V80.
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Display (page 15)
q w e r t [ ](Standby/On) switch.. page 11 [MASTER VOLUME] control. page 11 [DEMO/BGM] button..page 29 [REC] button...page 43 , [A] buttons.page 44 LESSON [RIGHT] button..page 30 [LEFT] button.page 30 LESSON START [WAITING] button..page 30 [YOUR TEMPO] button.page 32 [MINUS ONE] button..page 33 [METRONOME ON/OFF] button. pages 19, 53 [TEMPO/TAP] button. pages 19, 64, 65, 70, 72 [P.A.T. ON/OFF] button.page 35 [EASY SONG ARRANGER] button.page 41 !1 SONG [REPEAT&LEARN] button. page 33 [A-B REPEAT] button.. page 71 [REW] button. page 29 [FF] button.. page 29 [PAUSE] button.. page 29 [START/STOP] button.. page 27 !2 STYLE [ACMP ON/OFF] button.. page 23 [INTRO/ENDING/rit.] button. page 63 [MAIN/AUTO FILL] button. page 63 [SYNC STOP] button. page 63 [SYNC START] button.. page 62 [START/STOP] button.. page 22 !3 [SONG] button.. page 26 !4 [STYLE] button.. page 22 !5 [VOICE] button.. page 16 !6 [MUSIC DATABASE] button.. page 40
Yamaha Education Suite You can select song you like and use it for a left-hand, right-hand, or both-hands lesson. During the lesson you can play as slowly as you like, and you can even play wrong notes. Song playback will slow down to a speed you can handle. Its never too late to start learning!
The practice methods:
Lesson 1Waiting Lesson 2Your Tempo Lesson 3Minus One Learn to play the correct notes. Learn to play the correct notes with the correct timing. Learn to play the correct notes at the correct timing along with the song.
In this lesson, try playing the correct notes. Play the note shown in the display. The song will wait until you play the right note.
Select a song for your lesson. Select a song from the Piano Solo, Piano Ensemble category! For this example try selecting the 012 ForElise. Turn off playback of the part you wish to practice. The preset songs have separate left- and right-hand parts. The right-hand part is selected by the [RIGHT](1) button and the left-hand part is selected by the [LEFT](2) button. You can turn the left- and right-hand parts on or off as required in order to practice the corresponding part (the part that is turned off) on the keyboard. You can practice both parts when both the left- and right-parts are turned off.
Song numbers 10 and 11 are function demos for performance assistant. The lesson function cannot be used with them. You can also use songs (only SMF format 0) transferred from the computer and saved to flash memory. (pages 8688) (NP-V80 only) You can also use songs (only SMF format 0) on a USB flash memory. (page 28)
You can turn parts on or off, even during playback.
Pressing the part buttons toggles part playback on and off. Turn off playback of the part you wish to practice. When you press one of the buttons to turn playback off, the corresponding part indicator in the display turns off and playback of that part is muted. (When you first select a song, both the 1 and 2 parts indicators will light, indicating that both parts are on.)
Right-hand lesson Left-hand lesson Both-hands lesson
Track 1 is unlit Track 2 is unlit Track 1 and 2 are unlit
Start Lesson 1. Press the [Waiting] button to start Lesson 1.
In this case r1 indicate that right-hand lesson 1 has been selected.
Play the note shown in the display. When you play the correct note, the next note you need play is shown. The song will wait until you play the correct note.
Listen to the DEMO Song for Easy Song Arranger
The Hallelujah Chorus in the preset songs lets you experience the Easy Song Arranger. Playing it. Press the [SONG] button, then select a 009 Hallelujah Chorus by using the dial. Press the [START/STOP] button to play it.
As the song progresses, you will see only the style changes while the song remains the same. Keep in mind that you can enjoy using Easy Song Arranger with other songs as wellany songs that include chord data.
The score for Hallelujah Chorus is provided in the separate Data List.
Try switching styles while the song plays back.
Press the [EASY SONG ARRANGER] button. The indicator lights when the Easy Song Arranger function is on.
Select a Song. Press the [SONG] button, then select the song you want to arrange. Select the songs that include the required chord data referring to the Song List in the separate Data List.
Using the Easy Song Arranger
Listen to the song. Press the [START/STOP] button to begin playback of the song. Move on to the next step while the song is playing.
When playing song numbers 010 and 021 to 030 while using the Easy Song Arranger, melody tracks will be automatically muted and no melody will sound. In order to hear the melody tracks you will need to press the track buttons  to .
Select a style. Press the [STYLE] button and then rotate the dial to hear how the song sounds with different styles. As you select different styles the song will remain the same while only the styles change.
You can also press the [MAIN/AUTO FILL] button to change the styles main section. Changing the Melody Voice You can change the songs melody voice while the Easy Song Arranger is on. Press the [VOICE] button once to display the name of the current melody voice. Use the dial to select a different voice, then press and hold the [VOICE] button for longer than a second. SONG MELODY VOICE will appear in the display for a few seconds, indicating that the newly selected voice has replaced the songs original melody voice.
Because the Easy Song Arranger uses song data you cant specify chords by playing in the accompaniment range of the keyboard. The [ACMP ON/ OFF] button will not function. If the time signature of the song and style are different, the time signature of the song will be used.
Press the [EASY SONG ARRANGER] button to turn the function off. If the song or style is being played back, first stop the playback, then turn the Easy Song Arranger function off. The indicator will go out.
Record Your Own Performance
You can record up to 5 of your own performances and save them as user songs 031 through 035. The recorded song can be played back on the instrument.
Press the [REC] button.
Pitch Controls (Tuning)
The overall tuning of the instrument can by shifted up or down by a maximum of 100 cents in 1-cent increments (100 cents = 1 semitone).
Setting the Metronome Time Signature
In this example well set up a 5/8 time signature.
Press and hold the [METRONOME ON/ OFF] button for longer than a second to select the number of beats per measure function TimesigN.
Use the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the Tuning item.
Number of beats per measure.
Use the dial to set the tuning value between -100 and +100 as required.
Use the dial to select the number of beats per measure. A chime will sound on the first beat of each measure while the other beats will click. All beats will simply click with no chime at the beginning of each measure if you set this parameter to 00. The available range is from 0 through 60. Select 5 for this example.
The metronome time signature will synchronize to a style or song that is playing, so these parameters cannot be changed while a style or song is playing.
Press the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons as many times as necessary to select the beat length function TimesigD. The currently selected beat length will be displayed.
The length of one beat.
Use the dial to select the beat length. Select the required length for each beat: 2, 4, 8, or 16 (half note, quarter note, eighth note, or 16th note). Select 8 for this example.
Adjusting the Metronome Volume
The pitch bend wheel can be used to add smooth pitch variations to notes you play on the keyboard. Roll the wheel upward to raise the pitch, or downward to lower the pitch. You can change the amount of pitch bend produced by the wheel, as described on page 74.
Use the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the Metronome Volume item.
Use the dial to set the metronome volume as required.
One Touch Setting
Sometimes selecting the ideal voice to play with a song or style can be confusing. The One Touch Setting feature automatically selects a well-balanced voice for you when you select a style or song. Simply select voice number 000 to activate this feature.
Select an EQ Setting for the Best Sound
Five different master equalizer (EQ) settings are provided to give you the best possible sound when listening through different reproduction systemsthe instruments internal speakers, headphones, or an external speaker system.
Auto Power Off Setup
The Auto Power Off function automatically turns the instruments power off if it is not operated for a specified period of time. The amount of time that will elapse before the power is automatically turned off can be set from 5 to 30 minutes, in 5-minute increments.
Selecting and Setting Functions
Find the function you want to set in the list that begins on pages 74, 75. Press the [FUNCTION] button.
Use the dial, the [+] and [-] buttons, or the  number buttons to set the selected function as required. In some cases the [+] button will initiate execution of the selected function, and the [-] will cancel the selection.
Select a function. Press the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons as many times as necessary until the functions display name appears in the display.
Direct numeric entry.
Decrement value by 1. NO The selected function.
Press simultaneously to recall the default setting.
Increment value by 1. YES
Some Function settings are stored in memory as soon as they are changed. See The Backup Parameters on page 50 for information on the function settings that are stored on the instrument. To restore all initial factor default settings perform the Backup Clear procedure described in the Initialization section on page 50.
Function Setting List
Category Volume Settings Style Volume Song Volume Transpose Tuning Display StyleVol SongVol Transpos Tuning Range/Settings -1212 -028103 (E0G6) Description Determines the volume of the Style. Determines the volume of the Song. Determines the pitch of the instrument by semitone increments. Sets the pitch of the instruments sound in 1-cent increments. Sets the pitch bend range in semitone increments. Determines the highest key for the Split voice and sets the Split pointin other words, the key that separates the Split (lower) and Main (upper) voices. The Split Point setting and Accompaniment Split Point setting are automatically set to the same value.
Pitch Bend Range PBRange
Split Point Overall Touch Sensitivity
1(Soft), 2(Medium), When Touch Response is on, this determines the sensitivity of 3(Hard), the feature. 4(Off)(NP-V80 only) 1(Multi), 2(FullKbd) 000127 -2+(left) 64 (center) 127 (right) 000500(NP-V80) 000489(NP-V60) 000127 -2+(left) 64 (center) 127 (right) 000500(NP-V80) 000489(NP-V60) 000127 -2+(left) 64 (center) 127 (right) ON/OFF Speaker1, Speaker2, Headphone, Line Out1, Line Out2 Sets the chord detection mode. In the Multi Finger mode both standard chords and easy chords played to the left of the split point are detected. In the Full Keyboard mode standard chords played anywhere on the keyboard will be detected, and the notes played will be sound as well. Determines the volume of the Main voice. Determines the octave range for the Main voice. Determines the pan position of the Main voice in the stereo image. The value 0 results in the sound being panned full left; the value 127 results in the sound being panned full right. Determines how much of the Main voices signal is sent to the Reverb effect. Determines how much of the Main voices signal is sent to the Chorus effect. Selects the Dual voice. Determines the volume of the Dual voice. Determines the octave range for the Dual voice. Determines the pan position of the Dual voice in the stereo image. The value 0 results in the sound being panned full left; the value 127 results in the sound being panned full right. Determines how much of the Dual voices signal is sent to the Reverb effect. Determines how much of the Dual voices signal is sent to the Chorus effect. Selects the Split voice. Determines the volume of the Split voice. Determines the octave range for the Split voice. Determines the pan position of the Split voice in the stereo image. The value 0 results in the sound being panned full left; the value 127 results in the sound being panned full right. Determines how much of the Split voices signal is sent to the Reverb effect. Determines how much of the Split voices signal is sent to the Chorus effect. Determines the Reverb type, including off (10). Determines the Chorus type, including off (05). Determines whether or not panel sustain is always applied to the MAIN/DUAL voices. Panel sustain is applied continuously when ON, or not applied when OFF. Sets the equalizer applied to the speaker output for optimum sound in different listening situations.
Select the Load Style function. Press the category [ ] or [ ] button as many times as necessary until the Load STY function appears.
Wait until a message indicating completion of the load operation appears.
Deleting User Files
This procedure deletes user files from a USB flash memory. USB flash memory save, delete, and format operations can only be performed when the instrument is being powered from an AC adapter. These operations cannot be performed using battery power.
Deleting SMF Song Files
This procedure deletes SMF song files that were created on this instrument from a USB flash memory. USB flash memory save, delete, and format operations can only be performed when the instrument is being powered from an AC adapter. These operations cannot be performed using battery power.
Specify the user file to be deleted. When the  button is pressed user files located on the USB flash memory will be displayed as USERxxx (xxx will be a number). If the initially selected file is the one you want to delete, press the  button. If multiple user files are available the dial can be used to select a different user file before pressing the  button. The user file to be deleted must be located inside the USER FILES folder on the USB flash memory. Files located outside that folder will not be recognized. Delete the user file. A confirmation message will appear. Press the  button to execute the delete operation, or press the [-] button to cancel the operation.
The delete operation cannot be cancelled during execution. Never turn off the power or disconnect the USB flash memory during a save operation.
Specify the SMF file to be deleted. When the  button is pressed SMF song files located on the USB flash memory will be displayed as SONGxxx (xxx will be a number). If the initially selected file is the one you want to delete, press the  button. If multiple SMF song files are available the dial can be used to select a different user file before pressing the  button. The SMF song file to be deleted must be located inside the USER FILES folder on the USB flash memory. Files located outside that folder will not be recognized. Also, the file name must be SONGxxx, where xxx is a number. Delete the SMF song file. A confirmation message will appear. Press the  button to execute the delete operation, or press the [-] button to cancel the operation.
A number of MIDI settings need to be made when you want to transfer performance data between the computer and the instrument. The PC Mode item can conveniently make multiple settings for you in one operation. Three settings are available: PC1, PC2, and OFF. This setting is not necessary when transferring song or backup files between the computer and the instrument.
* Set the PC mode to PC2 when using Digital Music Notebook.
PC1 Local External Clock Song Out Style Out Keyboard Out OFF ON OFF OFF OFF PC2* OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
If you cant get any sound out of the instrument, this may be the most likely cause. If External Clock is ON and no clock signal is being received from an external device, the song, style, and metronome functions will not start.
Press the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons as many times as necessary to select the PC mode item PC Mode.
Use the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the item you want to change its value. Use the dial to select ON or OFF.
Use the dial to select PC1, PC2, or OFF.
Although User Songs can be transmitted from the instrument by using the Song Out function, Preset Song data cannot be transmitted in this way.
This function lets you send the panel setup data to a computer. Before you record performance data to a sequencer application running on your computer, it is a good idea to first send and record the panel setup data before the actual performance data.
Transferring Data between the Computer and Instrument
Song and Style files residing on a computer or the supplied CD-ROM, can be transferred to the instrument. Backup files can also be transferred from the instrument to the computer and back. In order to transfer files between your computer and the instrument you will need to install the Musicsoft Downloader application and the USB-MIDI Driver included on the Accessory CD-ROM on your computer. Refer to the Accessory CD-ROM Installation Guide on page 89 for installation details. Data that can be transferred from a computer to this instrument.
Data Capacity: 1.5MB 512 files total for the Song and Style Data Format Song: (.mid) SMF format 0/1 Style: (.sty) Backup File: 10PK6.BUP(NP-V80) 10PK5.BUP(NP-V60)
Use the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the Initial Send item.
What is SMF (Standard MIDI File)?
The SMF (Standard MIDI File) format is one of the most common and widely compatible sequence formats used for storing sequence data. There are two variations: Format 0 and Format 1. A large number of MIDI devices are compatible with SMF Format 0, and most commercially available MIDI sequence data is provided in SMF Format 0.
If you have any problems with the installation, refer to the troubleshooting section on page 93.
Start the computer and use the Administrator account to log on to Windows. Close all applications and windows that are open. Insert the Accessory CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive.
The example displays shown in this guide are in English.
In order to be able to communicate with and use MIDI instruments connected to your computer, the appropriate driver software must be properly installed on your computer. The USB-MIDI driver allows sequence software and similar applications on your computer to transmit and receive MIDI data to and from instruments via a USB cable.
Computer Sequence software USB Cable Driver
Connect the USB connector of the computer to the USB connector of the MIDI instrument with a standard USB cable.
Do not use a USB hub for connecting multiple USB devices.
If you are using several MIDI instruments with USB connection at the same time, connect all the instruments to the computer and turn on the power for all of them, then perform the following installation procedure.
Turn on the power of the instrument(s). When the Found New Hardware Wizard window appears, click [Cancel].
Follow the steps below to install (or update) the USBMIDI driver.
On some computers, it may take a few minutes before this screen appears.
Disconnect all USB devices from the computer except for the mouse and computer keyboard.
Installing / Updating the USB-MIDI Driver
Turn off the power of the instrument.
This screen will not appear on Windows 7 When the. message Device driver software was not successfully installed. appears, continue the installation procedure.
This screen will not appear if you are updating the USBMIDI driver from the previous version. Continue the installation procedure.
Open the following folder from the CDROM drive in your My Computer folder, and double click setup.exe. For users of 32 bit version Windows 2000/XP/ Vista/7: USBdrv32_ For users of 64 bit version Windows XP/Vista/7: USBdrv64_
* Select [Start] menu [Control Panel] [System] to check the system. (Windows XP: x64 Edition appears on the 64 bit version, and does not appear on the 32 bit version.)
When the File Download window appears, click [Run] or [Open]. The Preparing to install window appears. The next window will appear after finishing this preparation.
11 When a message appears indicating that the driver has been successfully
Click [Musicsoft Downloader]. Click the [Install] button, and follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. For Musicsoft Downloader operating instructions see the Help menu: launch the Musicsoft Downloader application and click Help.
1 Select [Control Panel]* [System] [Hardware] [Device Manager] (for Windows 2000/XP), or select [Control Panel] [Device Manager] (for Windows Vista/7).
* Classic View only in Windows XP.
2 Make sure that no ! or x marks appear
at Universal serial bus controller or USB Root Hub If you see an ! or x mark, the. USB controller is disabled.
* You can obtain the latest version of the Musicsoft Downloader at the following web site. http://music.yamaha.com/download/
2 Look for Other devices in the menu View
devices by type.
3 If you find Other devices double-click it to ,
extend the tree to look for Unknown device If one appears, select it and click. the [Remove] button.
4 Remove the USB cable from the instrument,
and make the connection again.
5 Install the driver again. (pages 9192)
Only Musicsoft Downloader can be used to transfer files between this instrument and a computer. No other file transfer application can be used.
Is any unknown device registered? If driver installation fails, the instrument will be marked as an Unknown device, and you will not be able to install the driver. Delete the Unknown device by following the steps below.
When controlling the instrument from your computer via USB, the instrument does not operate correctly or no sound is heard. Did you install the driver? (page 91) Is the USB cable connected correctly? Are the volume settings of the instrument, playback device, and application program set to the appropriate levels? Have you selected an appropriate port in the sequence software? Are you using the latest USB MIDI driver? The latest driver can be downloaded from the following web site. http://music.yamaha.com/download/
How can I remove the software? [Windows 2000/XP]
1 Disconnect all USB devices from the computer except for the mouse and keyboard.
2 Start the computer and log on to the
Exit from any open applications and close all open windows.
3 From the [Start] menu, select ([Settings] )
[Control Panel] [Add or Remove Programs] to display the Add or Remove Programs panel.
4 Click Change or Remove Programs
located in the upper left, then select Yamaha USB-MIDI Driver or Yamaha Musicsoft Downloader from the list in the right panel.
Playback response is delayed. Does your computer satisfy the system requirements? Is any other application or device driver running?
5 Click [Remove].
A dialog box appears. Follow the instructions to remove the software. [Windows Vista/7]
1 Disconnect all USB devices from the comCannot suspend or resume the computer correctly.
puter except for the mouse and keyboard.
Do not suspend the computer while the MIDI application is running. If you are using Windows 2000, you may not be able to suspend/resume normally, depending on the particular environment (USB Host Controller, etc.). Even so, simply disconnecting and connecting the USB cable will allow you to use the instrument functions again.
3 From the [Start] menu, select the [Control
Panel] [Programs and Features] or [Uninstall a program] to display the Uninstall or change a program window.
4 Select Yamaha USB-MIDI Driver or
Yamaha Musicsoft Downloader from the list.
5 Click [Uninstall].
If the User Account Control window appears, click [Allow] or [Continue]. A dialog box appears. Follow the instructions to remove the software.
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30 Preset Songs + 5 User Songs + Accessory CD-ROM Songs (70) Song Clear, Track Clear Song Volume Song Control: REPEAT&LEARN, A-B REPEAT, PAUSE, REW, FF, START/STOP
Performance assistant technology
A-B Repeat...71 Accessories..7 ACMP...23 Arpeggio...20 Arpeggio Pedal...61 Arpeggio Quantize... 60 Arpeggio Type..21 Arpeggio Velocity..60 Auto Accompaniment Range.23 Auto-Accompaniment..22, 62
Fast-Forward (FF).. 29 File Control... 76 Fill... 62 Flash Memory.. 26, 87 Footswitch... 11, 61 Format (USB Flash Memory).. 78 Function... 7375
Backup.. 50, 88 Bank....48
Harmony... 59 Harmony Volume.. 75 Headphones... 11
Channel...88 Chord...2425, 68 Chord Dictionary...68 Chorus... 51 Chorus Level...74 Computer...84
Initial Send... 86 Initialization... 50 Intro.... 62
Default Setting..73 Delete (SMF Song)..82 Delete (Songs transferred from a computer).50 Delete (User File)..82 Delete (User Song)... 47 Demo...29 Demo Cancel.. 75 Demo Group...69 Demo Play Mode...69 Display..15 Drum Kit...16 Dual Voice...18, 57 Keyboard Out... 85
Lesson... 30 Load (Style File).. 67, 81 Load (User File).. 81 Local... 85 L-Part... 88
Main (Section).. 62 Main Voice... 16 Master EQ Type.. 55 Measure... 15 Melody Voice.. 72 Metronome.. 19, 53 MIDI... 84 Music Database... 40 Music Rest... 7 Mute... 71
Easy Song Arranger...41 Effect...51 Ending... 62 External Clock..85
Octave...56 One Touch Setting..54
Tap Start... 65, 72 Tempo (Metronome).. 19 Tempo (Song)... 70 Tempo (Style)... 64 Time Signature (Denominator).. 53 Time Signature (Numerator).. 53 Touch Response... 58 Touch Sensitivity... 58 Track... 44 Track Clear... 47 Transfer... 8688 Transpose... 52 Troubleshooting (Installation).. 93 Troubleshooting (Instrument).. 96 Tuning... 53
Pan...56 Part (Right, Left)...30 PC Mode...85 Performance assistant technology..35 Pitch Bend..54 Pitch Bend Range..74 Power Adaptor..10 Preset Song...26
Do not insert a nger or hand in any gaps on the instrument. 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. Do not use the instrument/device or headphones for a long period of time at a high or uncomfortable volume level, since this can cause permanent hearing loss. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
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.
Backing up your data
Saved data may be lost due to malfunction or incorrect operation. Save the important data to your computer. For information on sending the data, see page 36.
When cleaning the instrument, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use paint thinners, solvents, cleaning uids, or chemical-impregnated wiping cloths.
Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modications to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed.
Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use. When using a power adaptor, even when the power switch is in the STANDBY position, electricity is still owing to the instrument at the minimum level. When you are not using the instrument for a long time, make sure you unplug the AC power adaptor from the wall AC outlet. Make sure to discard used batteries according to local regulations.
The illustrations and LED displays as shown in this owners manual are for instructional purposes only, and may appear somewhat different from those on your instrument.
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Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha DD-65/YDD-60. The DD-65/YDD-60 has been developed to respond and play like a drum set but with greater ease, exibility and sophisticated functions. Before you use the instrument, we recommend that you carefully read through this manual.
The DD-65/YDD-60 is a sophisticated yet easy-to-use instrument with the following features and functions. Select and play 254 different percussion sounds A wide variety of percussion voices is available, letting you play different sounds when you hit the padsfor example, changing a pad to play a snare, tom, conga or even special sound effects, such as a door slam or a lions roar. Select and play 100 different Songs The 100 songs include Demos, Drum patterns and Fill in patterns. You can mute the individual parts and play the muted part on the pads and pedals yourself. Record your own performance Up to ve of your performances can be saved to this instrument, and these songs can be played in the same manner as the preset songs.
Supplied accessories Drum Stick (x2) Foot Pedal 1 & 2 Owners Manual
Setting Up Panel Controls Playing the Demo Song
Adjusting the volume..12 SONG VOLUME..12
What is MIDI?... 30 What You Can Do With MIDI.. 30 Transferring Performance Data To and From Another Instrument.. 30 Local ON/OFF.. 31 Setting the MIDI Note Number.. 32 MIDI Note Number Auto Selection ON/OFF. 33 Transferring Song files to and from a connected computer.. 34
Play the Pads/Pedals
Pad Names..13 Setting the Hand Percussion ON/OFF.14 Lock the Hand Percussion ON..14 Selecting a Drum Kit and play it.15 Assigning Voices to Individual Pads and Pedals and saving to a Custom Kit (CO1 CO3).16 Setting the Reverb ON/OFF..17 Setting the Reverb type..17 Setting the Pad Sensitivity..18 Setting the Click ON/OFF..19 Setting the Time Signature of the Click..19 Setting Equalization On/Off..21
Backup and Initialization. 36 Troubleshooting.. 37 Drum Voice List.. 38 Song List.. 40 Drum Kit List.. 41 Voice List.. 44 Drum Map... 48 MIDI Implementation Chart.. 52 Specifications... 55 Drum Score... 56
Playing a Song
Selecting and playing a Song..22 Tap Start...23 Pad Start...23 Setting the Auto Kit Select ON/OFF..24 Adjusting the Tempo..25
These jacks for connection of the Pedal 1 or Pedal 2 footswitches. These pedals can be used simultaneously play the drum sets hi-hat pedal or bass drum voicesor they can also be assigned to play other
!8 e r t
!0 !1 !2 !3 !7
u o !4 !56 !6
q w e r t y u i o !0 !1 !2 !3 !4 !5
[MASTER VOLUME] control. 12 DIAL... 15 [ASSIGN] button.. 16 [REVERB] button.. 17 [HAND PERC.] button.. 14 [KIT] button.. 15 [CLICK] button.. 19 [SONG] button.. 22 [TEMPO] button.. 25 PART MUTE [DRUM 13], [BACKING] buttons.. 26 [FUNCTION] button.. 12 [DEMO] button.. 12 [STANDBY/ON] button.. 12, 36 [REC] button.. 28 [BREAK/TAP] button. 23, 26
!6 !7 !8 !9
[A-B REPEAT] button. 27 [START/STOP] button. 12, 22 DISPLAY.. 15 DRUM PAD x 8.. 13
Since speakers are built into the DD65/YDD-60, you should be careful to never leave any video tapes, cassette tapes, oppy disks or any kind of magnetic storage media on the paneldoing so may result in data loss or damage to the items. Also avoid using the DD-65/YDD-60 near a television or computer monitor, since interference may result. Use the sticks with caution. Do not use them for anything other than playing the instrument. Also, to avoid damage or injury, refrain from waving them recklessly or throwing them.
@0 @1 @2 @3 @4 @5
[DC IN 12V] (AC Adaptor) jack. 8 [AUX IN] jack.. 9 [PHONES/OUTPUT] jack.. 9 [PEDAL 2] Jack.. 9 [PEDAL 1] Jack.. 9 [MIDI IN/OUT] Terminals.. 9, 30
Using the Foot Pedals (1/2) When connected, these pedals can be used simultaneously play the drum sets hi-hat pedal or bass drum voicesor they can also be assigned to play other voices as well. Connect the supplied Pedal 1 to the PEDAL 1 jack @4 and Pedal 2 to the PEDAL 2 jack @3.
Make sure that the pedal plugs are properly connected to the PEDAL jacks before turning on the power. Do not press the pedals while turning the power on. Doing this changes the recognized polarity of the pedal, resulting in reversed pedal operation. Avoid using the pedals directly on a soft oor, since they may scratch the surface of the oor. Avoid getting caught in or tripping over the pedal cords; this may cause the instrument to fall and result in damage or injury.
Playing the Demo Song
The DD-65/YDD-60 features several demonstration songs (001005), specially created to show you the dynamic possibilities of the instrument.
Turn on the power.
Turn on the [STANDBY/ON] switch on.
Even when the switch is in the STANDBY position, electricity is still owing to the instrument at the minimum level. When you are not using the DD-65/YDD-60 for a long time, make sure you unplug the AC power adaptor from the wall AC outlet, and/or remove the batteries from the instrument.
Start the Demo Song.
Press the [DEMO] button and the demo song starts playing.
Stop the Demo Song.
To stop playback, press the [DEMO] button again or press the [START/STOP] button.
Decreases the overall volume.
Increases the overall volume.
Adjusting the volume Turn the [MASTER VOLUME] control.
SONG VOLUME The SONG VOLUME can be used to adjust the balance between the song accompaniment and your own performance on the pads.
Enter the Function mode by pressing the [FUNCTION] button, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the SGL item appears. The current Song volume appears when it is released. To raise the value, turn the DIAL to the right (clockwise), and to lower it, turn the DIAL to the left (counter-clockwise). Volume range is from 0 to 127. Exit from the Function mode by pressing the [FUNCTION] button.
The [DRUM 1] and [DRUM 2] buttons change the selected order of the function item.
Strike the pad with the supplied drum sticks or your hands to play the drum voices. When playing the pads with your hands, turn the Hand Percussion feature on by pressing the [HAND PERC.] button (the lamp lights). The volume of the pads sounds responds to your playing; when you play soft the volume is soft, and when you play strongly the volume is loud. The actual loudness of the sound may vary according to which part of the pad is struck.
A hi-hat sound is assigned to Small Pad 2 (Drum Kit 1). Striking Small Pad 2 while pressing Pedal 2 produces a closed hi-hat sound. Striking the Pad 2 without pressing the pedal produces an open hi-hat sound.
Ex. shown, Drum Kit 1
Small Pad 1
113: Crash Cymbal Stereo 1
Small Pad 3
116: Ride Cymbal Stereo 2
52: Tom Power 6
54: Tom Power 4
Small Pad 2
100: Hi-Hat Closed Power 1
Small Pad 4
119: Splash Cymbal Stereo
21: Snare Power 1
56: Tom Power 2
101: Hi-Hat Pedal Power
Lamp is on
Press the [REVERB] button.
When you press the [REVERB] button the buttons lamp lights, and the ambience of a room or concert hall is added to the sound.
To turn Reverb off, press the [REVERB] button again. (Make sure that the lamp is not lit.)
Setting the Reverb type 1
Enter the Reverb type setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the rbt item appears. The currently selected Reverb type number appears next to the rbt indication.
Change the reverb type by turning the DIAL.
Reverb type List
No. 5 Reverb Type Hall 1 Hall 2 Hall 3 Room 1 Room 2 No. 10 Reverb Type Stage 1 Stage 2 Plate 1 Plate 2 Off
Press the [FUNCTION] button to exit from the Function mode.
Setting the Pad Sensitivity
The instrument allows you to custom-set the sensitivity of the pads (range 02). When set to a value of 2, the pad sensitivity is the highest, providing the most dynamic range for your playing (softest to loudest volume).
Enter the Pad Sensitivity setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the SGL item appears. After a while, the current Sensitivity value appears next to the SGL indication.
Set the Sensitivity.
To raise the value, turn the DIAL to the right (clockwise), and to lower it, turn the DIAL to the left (counter-clockwise).
Default value is 1.
Exit from the Function mode by pressing the [FUNCTION] button.
About the Pad Sound Mechanism
Each time you strike a pad, the sensor which is located at the bottom of the pad triggers an electronic signal and makes a drum sound. If you strike a pad too strongly, nearby sensors may also respond to the hit and trigger unwanted sounds. The DD-65/ YDD-60 is set to ignore weak signals from the pads in order to prevent inadvertent, unwanted sounds. However, this may result in problems when intentionally striking two pads simultaneously. If one pad is struck strongly and the other weakly, the pad struck weakly may not sound (even though you want it to). To solve this, you can change the DD-65/YDD-60 settings or alter your playing technique (as described below). Striking two pads simultaneously results in one of the pads not sounding. Set the pad sensitivity level to 2. This may solve the problem if you strike one of the pads weakly. Better yet, take care to strike both pads with equal force. Striking one pad results in other pads also sounding, even though they were not struck. Set the pad sensitivity level to 0. With this setting, pads that are not struck are effectively kept from responding to strong hits on nearby pads.
Setting the Click ON/OFF
The instrument includes a click sound with adjustable tempo and time signature.
Press the [CLICK] button. The click sounds in rhythm at the current tempo. (See Adjusting the Tempo on page 25.) To turn the click off, press the button once again.
Setting the Time Signature of the Click
Setting the numerator of the time signature..
The range is 0 to 16. The rst beat is accented with a bell sound and the rest with clicks.
Enter the numerator value setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the CL1 item appears. After a while, the current numerator value appears next to the CL1 indication.
Set the numerator value of the time signature.
Default value is 4. When set to 00, the click sounds all beats with a click sound (no accent).
Setting the denominator of the time signature.
Set the basic note value for each measure.
Enter the denominator value setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the CL2 item appears. After a while, the current denominator value appears next to the CL2 indication.
Set the denominator value of the time signature.
Set the denominator value to one of the values 2 ( ), 4 ( ), 8 ( ), 16 ( ) by using the DIAL.
Default value is 4.
Setting the click volume...
Sets the click volume (range: 1127).
Enter the click volume setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the CL3 item appears. After a while current click volume will appear next to the CL3 indication.
Set the click volume by using the dial.
Setting Equalization On/Off
When you use the internal speakers, set Equalization to ON (default setting is on). When you use headphones or external speakers, set this to off.
Enter the Equalization setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the Eq item appears. After a while, the current On/Off setting will appear next to the Eq indication.
Set the Equalizer On/Off.
Turn the DIAL clockwise to set to ON, and turn it counter-clockwise to set it to OFF.
This instrument features 100 different songs (ve demo songs, as well as Rhythm patterns and Fill-in patterns) that can be used to provide accompaniment. (See the Song List on page 40.) U01U05 can also be used to playback songs youve recorded yourself and/or loaded from computer. Refer to the section Transferring Song les to and from a connected computer on page 34 for details. Select one of the songs and listen to it.
The Pad Start function allows to start the song simply by striking a pad or pressing a pedal. To stop the song, press the [START/STOP] button.
Enter the Pad Start setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the PdS item appears. After a while, the current On/Off status appears next to the PdS indication.
Turn Pad Start On/Off.
Default setting is OFF.
Setting the Auto Kit Select ON/OFF
With the Auto Kit Select feature turned on, the best suited Drum Kit for the song will automatically be selected. If Auto Kit Select is OFF, the Drum kit does not change even if the song number is changed.
Enter the Auto Kit Select function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the AtS item appears. After a while, the current On/Off status will appear next to the AtS indication.
Turn Auto Kit Select On/Off.
Default setting is ON.
Auto Kit Select on
Original factory setting is on.
Adjusting the Tempo
The song tempo and Click tempo can be set anywhere from 11 to 320 beats per minute. The higher the tempo value, the faster the tempo.
Press the [TEMPO] button.
The current tempo value (11320) appears in the display.
Set the Tempo.
Use the DIAL to select the TEMPO. Turn the DIAL to the right (clockwise) to increase the Tempo value, and turn it to the left (counter-clockwise) to decrease the value.
When both the [SONG] and [TEMPO] buttons are pressed simultaneously, the preset tempo of the currently selected song is automatically applied.
About the Beat Indicator During song playback, the three beat lamps in the display will ash in a specic pattern to help you in keeping the beat.
For a song in 4/4 time at a tempo of 120 bpm:
1st beat 2nd beat 3rd beat 4th beat
Press the [SONG] button to exit from the Tempo setting mode.
The tempo value cannot be changed while the demo is playing or during recording.
Use the pads and pedals to play along with the song accompaniment.
The instrument can play a total of 32 notes simultaneously. That includes notes produced by song accompaniment, pads, foot pedals, and note data received through the MIDI IN jack.
Setting the Track ON/OFF
The instruments song accompaniment consists of 4 tracks: Drum tracks 1, 2, and 3, and the Backing track.
DRUM 1 DRUM 2 DRUM 3 BACKING Bass Drum Snare Drum Cymbal Backing
Pressing a Track button ([DRUM 1], [DRUM 2], [DRUM 3], [BACKING]) will mute (turn off the sound) the corresponding track and its indicator lamp will turn off.
MIDI transmit MIDI IN MIDI OUT DD-65/YDD-60
MIDI OUT MIDI receive
When the instrument is connected with a computer, it transmits/receives performance data.
MIDI IN USB MIDI OUT
DD-65/YDD-60 A USB-MIDI interface (such as the Yamaha UX16)
A Yamaha UX16 or similar USB-MIDI interface (sold separately) will be necessary for MIDI connection between the instrument and a USB equipped computer. Make sure to purchase a Yamaha UX16 or a quality USB-MIDI interface at a musical instrument store, computer store or electrical appliance store. If you use the UX16 interface, install the driver supplied with the interface on your computer.
When using a computer, special software (sequencer software) is needed.
Local Control determines whether or not notes played on the instrument are sounded by its internal tone generator system; the internal tone generator is active when local control is on, and inactive when local control is off. (on). This is the normal setting in which notes played on the instruments keyboard are sounded by the internal tone generator system. Data received via the instruments MIDI terminal will also be played by the internal tone generator. OFF (off).. With this setting the instrument itself produces no sound (pad or pedal performance), but the performance data is transmitted via the MIDI terminal. Data received via the instruments MIDI terminal will also be played by the internal tone generator.
Normally, this should be set to onsince youll want to hear the sound of the instrument as you play it. However, for external sequencer applications, you may need to set this to off to avoid getting double notes, in which the sounds of the instrument are played twiceonce from the pads and once again by the pad data routed through the sequencer.
Enter the Local On/Off setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the LCL item appears. After a while, the current On/Off status appears next to the LCL indication.
Turn Local On/Off.
Regardless of the Local ON/OFF setting, the instruments performance data is always sent to the MIDI OUT terminals for transmission to external MIDI devices.
No sound comes from speakers when Local control is set to OFF.
Setting the MIDI Note Number
Each pad and pedal (10 total) can be assigned a specic MIDI note number anywhere from C-2 to G8.
For information on transmit notes and voices, refer to the Drum Map on page 48.
Enter the MIDI Note number setting function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button once, then press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the not item appears. After a while, the MIDI note number currently assigned to Pad 1 appears next to the not indication.
Select a pad or pedal to be assigned a MIDI Note Number.
Strike any pad to see the currently assigned MIDI note number for the pad in the display. Sharp notes are indicated by a beat lamp on the right side of the display.
Indicates the note number is C#-2
Assign a MIDI Note Number.
To select the desired MIDI note number, turn the DIAL to the right (clockwise) and the MIDI note numbers will increase. Turn the DIAL to the left (counter-clockwise) and MIDI note numbers will decrease.
(C-2) (C#-2) (F#8) (G8)
You can also select the MIDI note number by striking the pad repeatedly. Every time the pad is struck, the value will increase by semitone steps.
When you select a drum Kit or Custom Kit, the MIDI Note Number will be applied to the preset value. If the Auto Kit Select is set to ON and another Song is selected, the MIDI Note Number will be applied to the preset value. MIDI Note Number Auto Selection ON/OFF is automatically turned off when a MIDI Note Number is changed.
MIDI Note Number Auto Selection ON/OFF
Ordinarily, you should keep this function set to on for the instrument (default setting is on). When MIDI Number Auto Selection is on and you strike the pad, the MIDI note number corresponding to the pad (voice) you strike is sent via the MIDI OUT terminal. On the other hand, when MIDI Number Auto Selection is off and you strike the pad, the MIDI note number that youve specically assigned to the pad is sent via the MIDI OUT terminal.
Enter the MIDI Number Auto Selection setting function.
After pressing the [FUNCTION] button, press the [DRUM 1] or [DRUM 2] button a number of times until the Ant item appears. After a while, the current setting (on/off) appears next to Ant.
Set MIDI Number Auto Select on/off as desired.
MIDI Note Number Auto Selection ON/OFF is automatically turned off when a MIDI Note Number is changed.
Transferring Song les to and from a connected computer
Even though this instrument has 100 preset songs, you can also transmit Song les from your computer to this instruments Flash memory. Since the area in Flash memory is shared between User songs (U01O05) and loaded songs, you may need to erase some User songs to load the data. Files of SMF format 0 that youve loaded to the instrument can be played. For details about how to transmit the data using the Musicsoft Downloader application, refer to the Online help topic Transferring Data Between the Computer and Instrument (for unprotected data) of the Musicsoft Downloader.
* The SMF (Standard MIDI File) format is one of the most common and widely compatible sequence formats used for storing sequence data. There are two variations: Format 0 and Format 1. A large number of MIDI devices are compatible with SMF Format 0, and most commercially available MIDI sequence data is provided in SMF Format.
Installing Musicsoft Downloader..
You can download the Musicsoft Downloader application from the following website. Make sure that your computer has an Internet communication, and then install the application on your computer. http://music.yamaha.com/download/
You can obtain the latest version of the Musicsoft Downloader at the above website address.
The minimum computer requirements for Musicsoft Downloader operation
OS CPU Memory Hard Disk Display Other : Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional : 233 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron processor family (500 MHz or more is recommended) : 64 MB or more (256 MB or more is recommended) : at least 128 MB of free space (at least 512 MB of free space is recommended) : 800 x 600 HighColor (16-bit) : Microsoft Internet Explorer5.5 or higher
Connecting a personal computer...
After installing the Musicsoft Downloader application on your computer, connect the instrument as described below. A Yamaha UX16 or similar USB-MIDI interface (sold separately) will be necessary for MIDI connection between the instrument and a USB equipped computer. Make sure to purchase a Yamaha UX16 or a quality USB-MIDI interface at a musical instrument store, computer store or electrical appliance store. If you use the UX16 interface, install the driver supplied with the interface on your computer.
Transferring song les from a computer...
You can transmit Song les from your computer to your instruments Flash Memory. For details about how to transmit the data using the Musicsoft Downloader application, refer to the Online help topic Transferring Data Between the Computer and Instrument (for unprotected data) of the Musicsoft Downloader.
The Musicsoft Downloader application may not be able to access the instrument in the following cases: During Demo playback During Song playback During recording
Data that can be loaded to the instrument from a computer
Songs Data Song data Format Song data
Use the power adaptor when transferring data. The data can be corrupted if the batteries fail during the transfer. Note that user songs 01 to 05 are commonly used for songs youve recorded and/or loaded. Be careful not to erase your important data. Never turn the power off and never plug/unplug the AC power adaptor during data transmission. Not only will the data fail to be transferred and saved, but operation of the ash memory may become unstable and its contents may disappear completely when the power is turned on or off.
: : : :
5 Songs max (U01U05) 70 Kbytes per song SMF Format 0 ***.MID (MIDI Song)
Close the window to exit from the Musicsoft Downloader and re-enable control of the instrument.
Transferring user song les from the instrument to a computer.
You can transfer the User Songs or loaded Songs from computer stored to the instrument, to a computer by using Musicsoft Downloader. For details about how to transmit Song data using the Musicsoft Downloader application, refer to the Online help topic Transferring Data Between the Computer and Instrument (for unprotected data) in the application. Data that can be transferred to a computer from the instrument
User songs (U01U05)
Preset Song data cannot be transmitted from the instrument. Do not rename the user le on the computer. If you do so, it will not be recognized when transferred to the instrument.
Erasing Transferred Song from the instruments Memory To erase all Memory (including data transferred from a computer), use the Initial Clear function on page 36. To erase specic Songs transferred from the computer, use the Delete function on Musicsoft Downloader.
Backup and Initialization..
Some internal parameters will be backed up to internal memory even if the power is turned off. You can initialize all internal memory to the default settings or initialize the memory excepting the Songs. Following parameters remain in memory User Songs (including songs loaded from computer) Custom Kit Touch Sensitivity Auto Kit Select ON/OFF Song Volume
Click Volume Pad Start ON/OFF MIDI note number MIDI Note Number Auto Selection ON/ OFF Equalization ON/OFF
This function erases all backup data in the instruments ash memory and restores the initial default settings. The following initialization procedures are provided.
To clear all data backed up to the internal ash memory (described above), turn the power on by pressing the [STANDBY/ON] switch while holding the [DEMO] button. The backed up data will be erased and the default values restored.
FCL appears, followed by song number 001
When you execute the Initial Clear operation, all backup data will be cleared. You can save the data of the ve built-in User Songs to a computer by using Musicsoft Downloader.
Back Up Clear...
To clear all backed up data, with the exception of song data, that has been memorized to the internal ash memory, turn the power on by pressing the [STANDBY/ON] switch while holding the [FUNCTION] button.
Clr appears, followed by song number 001
In many cases, problems or malfunctions that occur during use can be remedied easily. Please check the following list before deciding that your instrument is damaged. If the suggested remedy is ineffective, take the instrument to an authorized Yamaha dealer for proper diagnosis and repair. Do not attempt to repair this digital instrument by yourself as serious damage may occur.
Problem A buzz or click occurs momentarily when the instrument is turned ON or OFF The LED display is completely dark. When the pads are struck, the display is dark and returns to 001. The Custom Kit voice assignments have disappeared or defaulted. When using a mobile phone, noise is produced.
Cause/Solution This is a normal power surge noise that occurs when the POWER switch is operated. The batteries are low and should be replaced with a complete set of six new batteries immediately. Ideally, an optional AC adaptor should be used to power the instrument (see page 8).
Using a mobile phone in close proximity to the instrument may produce interference. To prevent this, turn off the mobile phone or use it further away from the instrument. The volume is set too low. Adjust the volume (see page 12). A plug is inserted into the PHONES/OUTPUT jack and should be taken out (see page 9). The LOCAL ON/OFF is set to OFF. Set the LOCAL ON/ OFF to ON (see page 31). Use the PAD ASSIGN function to program the desired voice to the appropriate pad (see page 16).
No sound comes from the speakers.
The selected voice does not sound when the pad is struck. The desired voice has not been assigned to the pad. Suddenly FL appears and recording is stopped. Song is automatically started when Pad is struck.
The amount of recorded data has exceeded the limit of 10,000 notes. Pad Start is set to ON. Set Pad Start to OFF. (See page 23.)
Drum Voice List
Drum Voice List..
Panel Voice List
Voice No. Voice Name Bass Drum AMB+ Bass Drum Power Open Bass Drum Power Closed Bass Drum Soft Bass Drum Hard Bass Drum Bass Drum 2 Bass Drum H BD Rock BD Gate BD Analog L BD Analog H AnBD Dance-1 AnBD Dance-2 AnBD Dance-3 BD Jazz Bass Drum L Gran Cassa Gran Cassa Mute Snare Soft Power 1 Snare Power 1 Snare Rough 1 Open Rim Power 1 Snare Power 2 Snare Rough 2 Snare H Soft Snare M Snare H Hard Open Rim Shot Snare H Soft 2 Snare M 2 Snare H Hard 2 Open Rim Shot 2 SD Room L SD Room H SD Rock H SD Rock L SD Rock Rim Snare L SD Elec L Analog Snare 1 AnSD Snappy AnSD Q AnSD Ana+Acoustic AnSD OpenRim SD Jazz L SD Jazz M Marching Sn M Marching Sn H Brush Tap Brush Slap Tom Power 6 Tom Power 5 Tom Power 4 Voice No. 99 *100 *101 *102 *103 *104 *105 *106 *107 *108 Voice Name Tom Power 3 Tom Power 2 Tom Power 1 High Tom Mid Tom H Mid Tom L Low Tom Floor Tom H Floor Tom L Room Tom 6 Room Tom 5 Room Tom 4 Room Tom 3 Room Tom 2 Room Tom 1 Rock Tom 6 Rock Tom 5 Rock Tom 4 Rock Tom 3 Rock Tom 2 Rock Tom 1 E Tom 6 E Tom 5 E Tom 4 E Tom 3 E Tom 2 E Tom 1 Analog Tom 6 Analog Tom 5 Analog Tom 4 Analog Tom 3 Analog Tom 2 Analog Tom 1 Jazz Tom 6 Jazz Tom 5 Jazz Tom 4 Jazz Tom 3 Jazz Tom 2 Jazz Tom 1 Brush Tom 6 Brush Tom 5 Brush Tom 4 Brush Tom 3 Brush Tom 2 Brush Tom 1 Hi-Hat Closed Power 1 Hi-Hat Pedal Power Hi-Hat Open Power Hi-Hat Closed Power 2 Hi-Hat Closed Hi-Hat Pedal Hi-Hat Open Analog HH Closed 1 Analog HH Closed 2 Voice No. *109 *110 *111 *162 Voice Name Analog HH Open Analog HH Closed 3 Analog HH Closed 4 Analog HH Open 2 Crash Cymbal Stereo 1 Crash Cymbal Stereo 2 Ride Cymbal Stereo 1 Ride Cymbal Stereo 2 Ride Cymbal Cup Stereo Chinese Cymbal Power Splash Cymbal Power Crash Cymbal 1 Crash Cymbal 2 Ride Cymbal 1 Ride Cymbal 2 Ride Cymbal Cup Chinese Cymbal Splash Cymbal Analog Cymbal Side Stick Power Side Stick Analog Side Stick Hand Clap Sticks Castanet Tambourine 1 Tambourine 2 Finger Snap Vibraslap Conga H Tip Conga H Heel Conga H Open Conga H Mute Conga H Slap Open Conga H Slap Conga H Slap Mute Conga L Open Conga L Mute Conga L Slap Open Conga L Slide Bongo H Open 1 Finger Bongo H Open 3 Finger Bongo H Rim Bongo H Tip Bongo H Heel Bongo H Slap Bongo L Open 1 Finger Bongo L Open 3 Finger Bongo L Rim Bongo L Slap Timbale H Open Timbale L Open Timbale Paila H Timbale Paila L
Bank Select MSB (0127) 0 LSB (0127) 45
MIDI Program Change# (1128) 16
Tubular Bells Church Bells Carillon Dulcimer Dulcimer 2 Cimbalom Santur XG ORGAN Drawbar Organ Detuned Drawbar Organ 60s Drawbar Organ 1 60s Drawbar Organ 2 70s Drawbar Organ 1 60s Drawbar Organ 3 16+2'2/3 Organ Bass 70s Drawbar Organ 2 Cheezy Organ Drawbar Organ 2 Percussive Organ 70s Percussive Organ Detuned Percussive Organ Light Organ Percussive Organ 2 Rock Organ Rotary Organ Slow Rotary Fast Rotary Church Organ Church Organ 3 Church Organ 2 Notre Dame Organ Flute Tremolo Organ Flute Reed Organ Puff Organ Accordion Harmonica Harmonica 2 Tango Accordion Tango Accordion 2 XG GUITAR Nylon Guitar Velocity Guitar Harmonics Ukulele Steel Guitar 12-string Guitar Nylon & Steel Guitar Steel Guitar with Body Sound Mandolin Jazz Guitar Jazz Amp Clean Guitar Chorus Guitar Muted Guitar Funk Guitar Muted Steel Guitar Jazz Man Overdriven Guitar Guitar Pinch Distortion Guitar Feedback Guitar Feedback Guitar 2 Guitar Harmonics Guitar Feedback Guitar Harmonics 2 XG BASS Acoustic Bass Jazz Rhythm Velocity Crossfade Upright Bass DD-65/YDD-60 Owners Manual
Bank Select MSB (0127) 0 LSB (0127) 0
MIDI Program Voice Name Change# (1128) 34 Finger Bass 34 Finger Dark 34 Bass & Distorted Electric Guitar 34 Finger Slap Bass 34 Finger Bass Modulated Bass 35 Pick Bass 35 Muted Pick Bass 36 Fretless Bass 36 Fretless Bass Fretless Bass Fretless Bass Slap Bass Punch Thumb Bass 38 Slap Bass Velocity Switch Slap 39 Synth Bass Techno Synth Bass 40 Synth Bass Mellow Synth Bass 40 Sequenced Bass 40 Click Synth Bass 40 Synth Bass 2 Dark 40 Modular Synth Bass 40 DX Bass XG STRINGS 41 Violin 41 Slow Violin 42 Viola 43 Cello 44 Contrabass 45 Tremolo Strings 45 Slow Tremolo Strings 45 Suspense Strings 46 Pizzicato Strings 47 Orchestral Harp 47 Yang Chin 48 Timpani XG ENSEMBLE 49 Strings Stereo Strings 49 Slow Strings 49 60s Strings 49 Orchestra 49 Orchestra Tremolo Orchestra 49 Velocity Strings 50 Strings Stereo Slow Strings 50 Legato Strings 50 Warm Strings 50 Kingdom 51 Synth Strings Synth Strings Choir Aahs 53 Stereo Choir 53 Mellow Choir 53 Choir Strings 54 Voice Oohs 55 Synth Voice 55 Synth Voice Choral 55 Analog Voice 56 Orchestra Hit 56 Orchestra Hit Impact XG BRASS 57 Trumpet 57 Warm Trumpet 58 Trombone
Bank Select MSB (0127) LSB (0127) 66 0
MIDI Program Change# (1128) 64 64
Trombone 2 Tuba Muted Trumpet French Horn French Horn Solo French Horn 2 Horn Orchestra Brass Section Trumpet & Trombone Section Synth Brass 1 Resonant Synth Brass Synth Brass 2 Soft Brass Choir Brass XG REED 65 Soprano Sax 66 Alto Sax 66 Sax Section 67 Tenor Sax 67 Breathy Tenor Sax 68 Baritone Sax 69 Oboe 70 English Horn 71 Bassoon 72 Clarinet XG PIPE 73 Piccolo 74 Flute 75 Recorder 76 Pan Flute 77 Blown Bottle 78 Shakuhachi 79 Whistle 80 Ocarina XG SYNTH LEAD 81 Square Lead 81 Square Lead LM Square 81 Hollow 81 Shroud 81 Mellow 81 Solo Sine 81 Sine Lead 82 Sawtooth Lead 82 Sawtooth Lead Thick Sawtooth 82 Dynamic Sawtooth 82 Digital Sawtooth 82 Big Lead 82 Sequenced Analog 83 Calliope Lead 83 Pure Lead 84 Chiff Lead 85 Charang Lead 85 Distorted Lead 86 Voice Lead 87 Fifths Lead 87 Big Five 88 Bass & Lead 88 Big & Low 88 Fat & Perky 88 Soft Whirl XG SYNTH PAD 89 New Age Pad 89 Fantasy 90 Warm Pad 91 Poly Synth Pad 92 Choir Pad 92 Itopia 93 Bowed Pad
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