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Never insert or remove an electric plug with wet hands.
Do not put burning items, such as candles, on the unit. A burning item may fall over and cause a re.
If you notice any abnormality
If the AC adaptor 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 adaptor plug from the outlet, and have the instrument inspected by qualied Yamaha service personnel.
Do not open
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 qualied Yamaha service personnel.
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:
When removing the electric plug from the instrument or an outlet, always hold the plug itself and not the cord. Unplug the AC power adaptor when not using the instrument, or during electrical storms. Do not connect the instrument to an electrical outlet using a multiple-connector. Doing so can result in lower sound quality, or possibly cause overheating in the outlet.
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 disguration or damage to the internal components. Do not use the instrument in the vicinity of a TV, radio, stereo equipment, mobile phone, or other electric devices. Otherwise, the instrument, TV, or radio may generate noise. Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally fall over. Before moving the instrument, remove all connected adaptor and other cables. Use only the stand specied for the instrument. When attaching the stand or rack, use the provided screws only. Failure to do so could cause damage to the internal components or result in the instrument falling over. Do not place objects in front of the instrument's air vent, since this may prevent adequate ventilation of the internal components, and possibly result in the instrument overheating.
Muting the right- or left-hand part.. Practicing a One-Hand Part Using 50 Preset Songs (Part Cancel Function) on page 16 Practicing a specied phrase repeatedly..A-B Repeat for 50 Preset Songs on page 18 Practicing with an accurate and steady tempo...Using the Metronome on page 25 Practicing using your recorded song... Recording Your Performance on page 26
Recording your performance... Recording Your Performance on page 26
Adjusting the P-90 settings... Detailed Settings [FUNCTION] on page 32
Connecting the P-90 to other devices
What is MIDI?....About MIDI on page 44 Connecting a computer....Connecting a Personal Computer on page 45
P-90 Application Index
The Yamaha P-90 Electronic Piano offers unmatched sonic realism and natural grand-piano type playability as well as Yamahas original AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling tone-generation technology for rich, musical voices, and a special Graded Hammer keyboard that provides graded key weight and response throughout the keyboard range. The GrandPiano1 and 2 voices feature samples recorded from a full concert grand piano. The GrandPiano1 voice features three velocity-switched samples (Dynamic Sampling), special Sustain Sampling that samples the unique resonance of an acoustic grand pianos soundboard and strings when the sustain pedal is pressed, and Keyoff Samples that add the subtle sound produced when the keys are released. The P-90 comes much closer to the sound of a true acoustic piano.
[TEMPO/FUNCTION# ] buttons [FUNCTION] button
You can change the song tempo (speed) and select useful functions using this buttons (pages 3243).
[REVERB] / [EFFECT] buttons
Add reverb (reverberation) and effects to the sound (pages 20, 21).
Select voices from 24 internal sounds including variation (page 19). You can also combine two voices at the same time (page 23).
Control the metronome functions (page 25).
[TOUCH] button [SONG] buttons
This section enables you to listen to these songs, practice using a convenient practice function, and record and play back your performance (pages 1518, 2631). Fine-tune the touch response (page 22).
Demonstration playback is available for each voice (page 14).
You can shift the pitch of the entire keyboard up or down so that the pitch will match that of another instrument or singer, while you play the same, unshifted keys (page 22).
+ / YES
ROOM HALL 1 HALL 2 STAGE
CHORUS PHASER TREMOLO DELAY
Use ONLY a Yamaha PA-3C AC Power Adaptor (or other adaptor specically recommended by Yamaha) to power your instrument from the AC mains. The use of other adaptors may result in irreparable damage to both the adaptor and the P-90.
Unplug the AC Power Adaptor when not using the P-90, or during electrical storms.
P-90 Before using the P-90
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2 [STANDBY/ON] switch
This is the power switch. Refer to Turning the power on (page 11).
3 OUTPUT [L][R] jacks (RCA phono jacks), [L/L+R] [R] jacks (phone jacks)
You can use audio cables to connect an external audio device to these jacks. The audio output of the P-90 is sent from the OUTPUT jacks, allowing you to play it from an external audio device. For monaural output, use [L/L+R] (phone jack). CAUTION
Before connecting the P-90 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.
When turning the power on, rst turn the P-90s power on and then turn the power on of the external amplier/speaker system. When turning the power off, simply reverse the order.
Since the P-90 does not contain speakers, you will need to connect external audio equipment or use headphones in order to hear its sounds.
4 [PHONES] jacks (1/4-inch stereo phone jacks)
You can connect headphones to these jacks. Since there are two [PHONES] jacks, you can connect two pairs of headphones so that two people can listen. (If connecting only one pair of headphones, you may use either jack.) CAUTION
Do not use the P-90 at a high volume level for a long period of time, or your hearing may be damaged.
5 [SUSTAIN] jack
You can connect the included pedal to this jack. While this pedal is pressed, notes you play will be sustained even if you take your nger off the key. Since half-pedaling is supported, pressing the pedal more deeply will produce longer sustain. On the [GRAND PIANO 1] voices (including its variation), pressing this pedal will also add sympathetic resonances of the sound board and strings (sustain sampling).
Turn off the power before connecting or disconnecting the pedal. When you press the pedal here, the notes you play before you release the pedal have a longer sustain.
E VOICE Buttons & [VARIATION] Button
Simply press any of the voice selectors to select the corresponding voice. The voice selector LED will light to indicate which voice is currently selected. Press the [VARIATION] button so that its indicator lights to select a variation of the currently selected voice. There is also a dual mode in which two voices can be played simultaneously across the full range of the keyboard (see page 23 for details), and a split mode which allows different voices to be played by the left and right hands (see page 24 for details).
A [REVERB] Button
The [REVERB] button selects a number of digital reverb effects that you can use for extra depth and expressive power. See page 20 for details.
B [EFFECT] Button
This button selects a number of effects which can give your sound greater depth and animation.
C [TOUCH] Button
The [TOUCH] button makes it easy to adjust the touch response of the P-90 to match your playingstyle. See page 21 for details.
F [SPLIT] Button
Engages the split mode, in which different voices can be played on the left- and right-hand sections of the keyboard. See page 24 for details.
Listening to the Demonstration Tunes
Demonstration tunes are provided that effectively demonstrate each of the P-90s voices.
ROOM HALL 1 HALL 2 STAGE CHORUS PHASER TREMOLO DELAY GRAND PIANO 1 HARD MEDIUM SOFT GRAND PIANO 2 E. PIANO 1
E. PIANO 2 CLAVI./ HARPSI. VIBES/ GUITAR
1. Turn the power on.
(In case the power is not turned ON) Press the [STANDBY/ON] switch. When the power is turned ON, one of the voice button LEDs will light. Initially set the [MASTER VOLUME] control about half way between the MIN and MAX settings. Then, when you start playing, re-adjust the [MASTER VOLUME] control to the most comfortable listening level.
MIDI reception is not possible in Demo Song mode. Demo song data is not transmitted via the MIDI connectors.
2. Engage Demo mode.
Press the [DEMO] button to engage Demo mode. The voice button indicators will ash in sequence.
3. Play a Voice demo.
Press one of the voice buttons to start playback of all songs starting from the corresponding voice demo tune featuring the voice normally selected by that voice button. (If you press the SONG [START/STOP] button instead of a voice button, the [GRAND PIANO 1] demo tune will begin playback.) Adjust the volume/brilliance Use the [MASTER VOLUME] control to adjust the volume and the [BRILLIANCE] control to adjust the brilliance (page 20).
Demo mode cannot be engaged while a user song recorder (page 26) or user song playback (page 30) is in use.
Mode: A mode is a status under which you can execute a certain function. In Demo mode, you can play back demonstration tunes.
The Preset Song Part Cancel function cannot be used during ALL or rnd (page 15) playback.
2. Start playback and playing.
Press the SONG [START/STOP] button to start playback. Play the part you just turned off.
The parts can be turned on or off even during playback.
The Preset Song Part Cancel Volume function described on page 39 can be used to set the canceled part so that it plays at a volume from 0 (no sound) to 20. The normal setting is 5.
Starting playback automatically as you start playing the keyboard (Synchro Start) When the Synchro Start function is engaged, playback of the selected preset song will begin automatically as soon as you start playing on the keyboard. To engage the Synchro Start function press the song number SONG [START/STOP] button while holding the synchro start mark part button for the ON part. A dot will appear in the lower right corner of the display. (Repeat the previous operation to disengage the Synchro Start function.) Playback will then start as soon as you begin playing on the keyboard.
If you hold a track button that is OFF while pressing the SONG [START/STOP] button, that track will be turned ON and the unit will engage Synchro Start mode.
When playback is complete, it automatically stops and the P-90 locates the top of the song. If you wish to stop playback in the middle of a song, press the SONG[START/STOP] button.
Both parts are automatically turned ON whenever a new song is selected.
A-B Repeat for 50 Preset Songs
The A-B Repeat function can be used to continuously repeat a specied phrase within a preset song. Combined with the Part Cancel function described below, this provides an excellent way to practice difcult phrases.
START/ STOP ROOM HALL 1 HALL 2 STAGE CHORUS PHASER TREMOLO DELAY GRAND PIANO 1 HARD MEDIUM SOFT GRAND PIANO 2 E. PIANO 1 E. PIANO 2 CLAVI./ HARPSI. VIBES/ GUITAR CHURCH ORGAN JAZZ ORGAN WOOD BASS
1. Specify the beginning (A) and the end (B) of the
phrase, and start practicing.
Select and play a preset song, then press the [FUNCTION] button at the beginning of the phrase you want to repeat. This sets the A point ( play). will appear on the disThe A-B Repeat function cannot be used during ALL or rnd (page 15) playback.
To specify the end (B) of the phrase, press the [FUNCTION] button a second time at the end of the phrase. This sets the B point ( will appear on the display). At this point, repeat playback will begin between the specied A and B points.
To set the A point at the very beginning of the song, press the [FUNCTION] button before starting playback. To set the B point at the songs end, press the [FUNCTION] button after song playback is complete and before disappears from the display.
2. Stop playback.
Press the SONG [START/STOP] button to stop playback while retaining the specied A and B points. A-B repeat playback will resume if you press the SONG [START/STOP] button again. To cancel the A and B points, press the [FUNCTION] button once.
This control enables you to select various digital reverb effects that would add extra depth and expression to the sound to create a realistic acoustic ambience. OFF: When no reverb effect is selected, no REVERB indicator is lit. ROOM: This setting adds a continuous reverb effect to the sound, similar to the acoustic reverberation you would hear in a room. HALL 1: For a bigger reverb sound, use the HALL 1 setting. This effect simulates the natural reverberation of a small-size concert hall. HALL 2: For a truly spacious reverb sound, use the HALL 2 setting. This effect simulates the natural reverberation of a large concert hall. STAGE: Simulates the reverb of a stage environment.
The default reverb type (including OFF) and depth settings are different for each voice.
Pressing the [REVERB] button repeatedly toggles the reverb on and off. The indicators light in sequence each time the [REVERB] button is pressed. No effect is produced when all indicators are off. Even if the REVERB effect is OFF, a Soundboard Reverb effect will be applied when the [GRAND PIANO 1] voices are selected. Adjusting Reverb Depth Adjust the reverb depth for the selected voice by using the [/NO] [+/YES] buttons while holding the [REVERB] button. The depth range is from 0 through 20. The current depth setting appears on the LED display while the [REVERB] button is held.
Releasing the [REVERB] button changes the reverb type. If you are changing the reverb depth by holding the [REVERB] button, pressing the [REVERB] button will not change the reverb type.
depth 0: no effect depth 20: maximum reverb depth depth
The [EFFECT] button allows you to select an effect to give your sound greater depth and animation. OFF: CHORUS: PHASER: TREMOLO: DELAY: When no effect is selected, no EFFECT indicator is lit. A shimmering, broadening effect Adds a sweeping effect to the sound. Tremolo effect Echo effect
Default depth settings are different for each voice.
The default effect type (including OFF) and depth settings are different for each voice.
To select an effect type press the [EFFECT] button a few times until the indicator corresponding to the desired type lights (the indicators light in sequence each time you press the [EFFECT] button). No effect is produced when all indicators are off. Adjusting Effect Depth You can adjust the effect depth for the selected voice by using the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons while holding the [EFFECT] button. The depth range is from 0 through 20. The current depth setting appears on the LED display while the [EFFECT] button is held.
Releasing the [EFFECT] button changes the effect type. If you are changing the depth settings by holding the [EFFECT] button, pressing the [EFFECT] button will not change the effect type.
depth depth 0: no effect depth 20: maximum effect depth
Touch Sensitivity [TOUCH]
You can select four different types of keyboard touch sensitivity HARD, MEDIUM, SOFT or FIXED to match different playing styles and preferences.
HARD: MEDIUM: SOFT: FIXED: Requires that the keys be played quite hard to produce maximum loudness. Produces a fairly standard keyboard response. Allows maximum loudness to be produced with relatively light key pressure. All notes are produced at the same volume no matter how hard the keyboard is played. You can adjust the volume.
This setting does not change the weight of the keyboard.
Normal setting = MEDIUM
The touch sensitivity type will become the common setting for all voices. However, the touch sensitivity settings may have little or no effect with certain voices that are not normally responsive to keyboard dynamics. (Refer to the Preset Voice List on page 50.)
To select a touch sensitivity type press the [TOUCH] button a few times until the indicator corresponding to the desired type lights (the indicators light in sequence each time the [TOUCH] button is pressed). No indicator is lit when FIXED is selected.
Changing the volume when FIXED is selected When you select FIXED, you can set the volume for notes played in FIXED mode by using the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons while you hold the [TOUCH] button. The current volume level appears on the display. The volume range is from 1 through 127. The default setting is 64.
1: minimum volume 127: maximum volume volume range The touch volume set in FIXED mode will become the common setting for all voices.
Releasing the [TOUCH] button changes the touch type. If you are changing the volume by holding the [TOUCH] button, pressing the [TOUCH] button will not change the touch sensitivity type. (FIXED mode will remain selected.)
The P-90s Transpose function makes it possible to shift the pitch of the entire keyboard up or down in semitone intervals to facilitate playing in difcult key signatures, and to let you easily match the pitch of the keyboard to the range of a singer or other instruments. For example, if you set the transposition amount to 5, playing key C produces pitch F. In this way, you can play a song as though it were in C major, and the P-90 will transpose it to the key of F.
Use the [/NO] and [+/YES] button while holding the [TRANSPOSE] button to transpose down or up as required. The amount of transposition appears on the LED display while the [TRANSPOSE] button is held. The default transpose setting is 0.
Transpose: Changing the key signature of a song. On the P-90, transposing shifts the pitch of the entire keyboard.
The [TRANSPOSE] button indicator remains lit when a transpose setting other than 0 is selected. Every time the [TRANSPOSE] button is pressed after that switches the transpose function ON or OFF.
The transposition range: 12: 12 semitones (down one octave) 0: normal pitch 12: 12 semitones (up one octave)
Notes below and above the A-1. C7 range of the P-90 sound one octave higher and lower, respectively.
Combining Two Voices (Dual mode)
You can play two voices simultaneously across the entire range of the keyboard. In this way, you can simulate a melody duet or combine two similar voices to create a thicker sound.
E. PIANO 2 CLAVI./ HARPSI. VIBES/ GUITAR WOOD BASS
1. Engage Dual mode.
Press two voice buttons at the same time (or press one voice button while holding another). The voice indicators of both selected voices will light when Dual mode is active. According to the voice numbering priority shown in the diagram on the right, the lower value voice number will be designated as Voice 1 (the other voice will be designated as Voice 2).
Voice numbering priority
GRAND PIANO 1
Dual and Split (page 24) modes cannot be engaged at the same time.
The P-90 Function mode provides access to a number of other Dual mode functions, such as volume balance setting or octave setting (page 37). (If you do not set Dual mode functions, the appropriate setting will be set in each voice by default.)
[VARIATION] in Dual Mode The [VARIATION] buttons indicator will light if the variation is engaged for either or both of the Dual mode voices. While Dual mode is engaged, the [VARIATION] button can be used to turn the variation for both voices on or off. To turn the variation on or off for only one of the voices, hold the voice button for the other voice and press the button of the voice for which you want to change the variation.
2. Exit Dual mode and return to normal play mode.
To return to the normal single-voice play mode, press any single voice button.
[REVERB] in Dual Mode The reverb type assigned to Voice 1 will take priority over the other. (If the reverb is set to OFF, Voice 2 reverb type will be in effect.) Reverb depth setting via the panel controls (i.e., pressing the [/NO] or [+/YES] buttons while holding the [REVERB] button see page 20) will be applied only to Voice 1.
You can cancel changes made to the initial settings by selecting a different track after Step 2, then exiting Record mode during Step 3 without pressing the [REC] button. (Changes made to the data shared by two tracks are also canceled.)
Playing Back Recorded Songs
You can play back songs recorded using the Record function (pages 2629). You can also play the keyboard along with the playback.
Song data is not transmitted via the MIDI connectors.
Playing Back a Song
1. Start playback.
Press the SONG [START/STOP] button. The current measure number appears on the display during playback.
When the unit is in Demo Song or Preset Song mode, you cannot play back recorded songs.
You can play the keyboard while the P-90 is playing back a song. You can also play the notes in a voice different from the playback voice by selecting a voice from the panel. Adjust the volume Use the [MASTER VOLUME] control to adjust the volume. Adjust the tempo You can use the [TEMPO/FUNCTION# , ] buttons to adjust the playback tempo as required before or during playback. The default tempo (the songs original tempo) is set when you press the  and  buttons simultaneously.
The track indicators will not light up green automatically when the power is turned on to the P90, even if the user song recorder contains data. Make sure that you press the track buttons before you start playback.
Playback cannot be started when the recorder contains no data.
When playback is complete, the P-90 automatically stops and locates the top of the song. To stop playback in the middle of a song, press the SONG [START/ STOP] button.
You can also enjoy playing duets with yourself by recording one part of a duet or a song for two pianos, then playing the other part while the recorded part plays back.
If the metronome is being used during playback, the metronome will automatically stop when playback is stopped.
If the REVERB type is changed via the panel controls during playback, both the playback and keyboard reverb effects will be changed.
If the EFFECT type is changed via the panel controls during playback, the playback effect may be switched off in some cases.
P-90 Playing Back Recorded Songs
Useful Playback Functions
Turning track playback on and off When you select a song on the P-90, the indicators for tracks that contain data (one of [TRACK1] [TRACK2] or both) are lit in green. While the P-90 is playing or stopped, pressing these track buttons turns off the indicators, and the data on those tracks is not played. Pressing the track buttons toggles track playback on and off. Starting playback automatically when you start playing the keyboard (Synchro Start) You can start playback as soon as you start playing the keyboard. This is called the Synchro Start function. To engage the Synchro Start function, press the SONG [START/STOP] button while holding a track button that is ON. The right-most dot on the display will ash at the current tempo. (Repeat the previous operation to disengage the Synchro Start function.) Playback will then start as soon as you begin playing on the keyboard. This function is useful when you wish to match the timing of the beginning of the playback sound and the start of your own performance.
Functions cannot be selected during Demo/Preset Song mode or when the user song recorder is in operation.
2. Select a function.
Use the [TEMPO/FUNCTION# , ] buttons to select the desired function from F1F9.
START/ STOP TEMPO/ FUNCTION# FUNCTION
To cancel the function in Step 2, 3, or 4, press the [TEMPO/ FUNCTION# , ] button any time to exit Function mode.
3. Use the [/NO] [+/YES] buttons.
If the function does not include sub-modes, start setting the parameters. If the function includes sub-modes, press the [+/YES] button once to enter the respective sub-mode.
4. Operate the desired function using the following
1 [TEMPO/FUNCTION# , ] Selects the desired function/sub-mode. 2 [/NO] or [+/YES] After you select the desired function or sub-mode, set the ON/OFF, select the type, or change the value, accordingly. Depending on the setting, the default setting (which is used when you rst turn on the power to the P-90) is recalled by pressing the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons simultaneously.
After you select the function, the current setting will be displayed when the [/NO] or [+/YES] button is pressed for the rst time.
Operation Example 1 (F1. Fine tuning of the pitch)
START/ STOP TEMPO/ FUNCTION# FUNCTION START/ STOP TEMPO/ FUNCTION#
Engage Function mode.
Select a desired function.
Change the value.
Operation Example 2 (F3.1 Dual Balance)
Engage function mode.
Engage the respective sub-mode.
/ NO + / YES
Select a desired sub-mode. LCD indication
5. Do the following when you nish using the function.
Press the [FUNCTION] button to exit function mode. The [FUNCTION] button indicator will go dark.
About Each Function
F1. Fine Tuning of the Pitch
You can ne tune the pitch of the entire instrument. This function is useful when you play the P-90 along with other instruments or CD music.
1. Engage Function mode and select. 2. Use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons to lower or raise the pitch of the A3 key in approximately 0.2 Hz increments. Tenths of a hertz are indicated on the LED display by the appearance and position of one or two dots, as in the following example:
Sub-mode F2.1: Scale
Setting range: 1: Equal Temperament 2: Pure Major 3: Pure Minor 4: Pythagorean 5: Mean Tone 6: Werckmeister 7: Kirnberger
Normal setting: 1: Equal Temperament
F2.2: Base Note
If you select a scale other than Equal Temperament, you need to specify the root. (You can specify the root note with Equal Temperament selected, but it is not effective. The base note setting is effective for tunings other than the Equal Temperament tuning.) Setting range: Normal setting: Root indication example
(F ) (G) (A )
F3. Dual Mode Functions
You can set various parameters for Dual mode to optimize the settings for the songs you play, such as adjusting the volume balance between two voices. Dual mode function settings are set individually for each voice combination.
1. Select the voices in Dual mode and engage Function mode and select. 2. Press the [+/YES] button to engage the Dual mode functions sub-mode, then use the [TEMPO/FUNCTION# , ] buttons to select the desired sub-mode. Press the [/NO] [+/ YES] button to assign values.
F3.3: Voice 1 Octave Shift F3.4: Voice 2 Octave Shift
Setting range: 1, 0, 1 Normal setting: Different for each voice combination. You can shift the pitch up and down in octave steps for Voice 1 and Voice 2 independently. Depending on which voices you combine in Dual mode, the combination may sound better if one of the voices is shifted up or down an octave.
F3.6: Voice 2 Effect Depth
Setting range: Normal setting: Different for each voice combination. These functions make it possible to individually set the depth of the effect for Voices 1 and 2 for Dual mode. (The effect depth settings cannot be changed unless the [EFFECT] is ON. Function mode must be exited before the [EFFECT] can be turned ON.) Voice 1 and Voice 2 are explained on page 23.
If Dual mode is not engaged, will appear instead of and you will be unable to select Dual mode functions. You can switch from Function mode to Dual mode.
Sub-mode F3.1: Dual Balance
Setting range: A setting of 10 produces an equal balance between the two Dual mode voices. Settings below 10 increase the volume of Voice 2 in relation to Voice 1, and settings above 10 increase the volume of Voice 1 in relation to Voice 2. Normal setting: Different for each voice combination. You can set one voice as the main voice, and another voice as a softer, mixed voice.
MIDI Data Format / MIDI-Datenformat / Format des donnes MIDI / Formato de datos MIDI
If youre already very familiar with MIDI, or are using a computer to control your music hardware with computer generated MIDI messages, the data provided in this section can help you to control the P-90. Falls Sie bereits mit MIDI vertraut sind oder einen Computer zur Erzeugung von MIDI-Steuermeldungen fr die Instrumente verwenden, knnen Sie sich zur Steuerung des P-90 nach den im folgenden Abschnitt aufgefhrten Spezikationen richten. Si vous tes trs familier avec linterface MIDI ou si vous utilisez un ordinateur pour commander votre matriel de musique au moyen de messages MIDI gnrs par ordinateur, les donnes suivantes vous seront utiles et vous aideront commander le P-90. SI usted est ya familiarizado con MIDI, o si emplea una computadora para controlar sus aparatos musicales con mensajes MIDI generados por computadora, los datos proporcionados en esta seccin le ayudarn a controlar la P-90.
1. NOTE ON/OFF
Data format: [9nH] -> [kk] -> [vv]
9nH = Note ON/OFF event (n = channel number) kk = Note number (Transmit: 09H ~ 78H = A-2 ~ C8 / Receive: 00H ~ 7FH = C-2 ~ G8)* vv = Velocity (Key ON = 01H ~ 7FH, Key OFF = 00H)
3. MODE MESSAGES
Data format: [BnH] -> [cc] -> [vv]
BnH = Control event (n = channel number) cc = Control number vv = Data Range (1) All Sound Off ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 78H All Sound Off 00H Switches off all sound from the channel. Does not reset Note On and Hold On conditions established by Channel Messages. (2) Reset All Controllers ccH Parameter 79H Reset All Controllers Resets controllers as follows. Controller Expression Damper Pedal Sostenuto Soft Pedal Data Range (vvH) 00H Value 127 (max) 0 (off) 0 (off) 0 (off)
Data format: [8nH] -> [kk] -> [vv] (reception only)
8nH = Note OFF event (n = channel number) kk = Note number: 00H ~ 7FH = C-2 ~ G8 vv = Velocity * If received value exceeds the supported range for the selected voice, the note is adjusted by the necessary number of octaves.
2. CONTROL CHANGE
BnH = Control change (n = channel number) cc = Control number vv = Data Range (1) Bank Select ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 00H Bank Select MSB 00H:Normal 20H Bank Select LSB 00H.7FH Bank selection processing does not occur until receipt of next Program Change message. (2) Main Volume (reception only) ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 07H Volume MSB 00H.7FH (3) Expression ccH Parameter 0BH Expression MSB (4) Damper ccH Parameter 40H Damper MSB Data Range (vvH) 00H.7FH Data Range (vvH) 00H.7FH
(3) Local Control (reception only) ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 7AH Local Control 00H (off), 7FH (on) (4) All Notes Off ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 7BH All Notes Off 00H Switches OFF all the notes that are currently ON on the specied channel. Any notes being held by the damper or sostenuto pedal will continue to sound until the pedal is released. (5) Omni Off (reception only) ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 7CH Omni Off 00H Same processing as for All Notes Off. (6) Omni On (reception only) ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 7DH Omni On 00H Same processing as for All Notes Off. (7) Mono (reception only) ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 7EH Mono 00H Same processing as for All Sound Off. (8) Poly (reception only) ccH Parameter Data Range (vvH) 7FH Poly 00H Same processing as for All Sound Off. When control change reception is turned OFF in the Function mode, control change data will not be transmitted or received except for Bank Select and Mode messages. Local on/off, OMNI on/off are not transmitted. (The appropriate note off number is supplied with All Note Off transmission). When a voice bank MSB/LSB is received, the number is stored in the internal buffer regardless of the received order, then the stored value is used to select the appropriate voice when a program change message is received. The Multi-timbre and Poly modes are always active. No change occurs when OMNI ON, OMNI OFF, MONO, or POLY mode messages are received.
Control Split Point Metronome
11. SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES (Others)
Data format: [F0H] -> [43H] -> [1nH] -> [27H] -> [30H] -> [00H] -> [00H] -> [mmH] -> [llH] -> [ccH] -> [F7H]
Master Tuning (XG and last message priority) simultaneously changes the pitch of all channels. F0H = Exclusive Status 43H = Yamaha ID 1nH = When received, n=0~F. When transmitted, n=0. 27H = Model ID of TG100 30H = Sub ID 00H 00H mmH = Master Tune MSB llH = Master Tune LSB ccH = dont care (under 7FH) F7H = End of Exclusive
MIDI Parameter Change table (SYSTEM) Address (H) Size (H) Data (H) 020C - 05F4(*1) 1 7E 7F TOTAL SIZE - 7F 34 - 4C(*2) Parameter MASTER TUNE Description -50 - +50[cent] 1st bit 3 - 0 bit 15 - 12 2nd bit 3 - 0 bit 11 - 8 3rd bit 3 - 0 bit 7 - 4 4th bit 3 - 0 bit 3 - - 127 -12 - +12[semitones] 00=XG system ON 00=ON (receive only) Default value (H) 400
MASTER VOLUME TRANSPOSE XG SYSTEM ON RESET ALL PARAMETERS
*1: Values lower than 020CH select -50 cents. Values higher than 05F4H select +50 cents. *2: Values from 28H through 33H are interpreted as -12 through -1. Values from 4DH through 58H are interpreted as +1 through +12.
MIDI Parameter Change table (EFFECT 1)
Refer to the Effect MIDI Map for a complete list of Reverb, Chorus and Variation type numbers. Address (H) 00 Size (H) 2 Data (H) 00-7F 00-7F Parameter REVERB TYPE MSB REVERB TYPE LSB Description Refer to Effect MIDI Map 00 : basic type Refer to Effect MIDI Map 00 : basic type Default value (H) 01(=HALL1) 00 00(=Effect off) 00
00-7F VARIATION TYPE MSB 00-7F VARIATION TYPE LSB VARIATION refers to the EFFECT on the panel.
MIDI Parameter Change table (MULTI PART)
Address (H) Size (H) 08 nn nn = Part Number Data (H) 00 - 7F Parameter DRY LEVEL Description 0 - 127 Default value (H) 7F
Effect MIDI Map
REVERB ROOM HALL 1 HALL 2 STAGE Sound board EFFECT CHORUS PHASER TREMOLO DELAY MSB 42H 48H 46H 05H LSB 10H 10H 10H 10H MSB 02H 01H 01H 03H 03H LSB 10H 10H 11H 10H 12H
[ Electronic Piano ] MIDI Implementation Chart Model P-90 MIDI Implementation Function. Basic Channel Mode Default Changed Default Messages Altered Transmitted - 16 3
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