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Music rest

Insert the music rest into the slots as shown.

Contents

Panel logos... 6 Supplied Accessories.. 6
Handy Performance Features

Setting Up

Power Requirements.. 8 Connecting headphones (PHONES/OUTPUT Jack). 9 Connecting a footswitch (SUSTAIN Jack).. 9 Using the MIDI Terminals.. 9 Turn on the power.. 9
Setting the Split Point... 36 Transpose... 36 Tuning... 37 One Touch Setting.. 37 Changing the tempo of the Song/Style.. 38 Adjusting the Main Voice Parameters. 38
Style (Auto Accompaniment) Functions
Panel Controls and Terminals
Front Panel.. 10 Rear Panel... 10
Various ways to start and stop Style playback. 39 Pattern Variation (Sections). 41 Adjusting the Style Volume.. 43
Playing Auto Accompaniment Chords

Quick Guide

Step 1
Easy Chords.. 44 Standard Chords... 44 Looking up Chords Using the Chord Dictionary. 46

Changing the Voices

Function Settings About MIDI
Turn the power on and adjust the volume. 12 Try playing a variety of instrument Voices.. 13 Playing the Grand Piano Voice.. 14 Drum kits... 14

Step 2

Select the item and change the value. 48

Fun Sounds

Step 3
What is MIDI?... 50 What You Can Do With MIDI.. 50 Transferring Performance Data To and From Another Instrument.. 51

Play With The Metronome

Step 4

Start the metronome.. 17

Playing Songs

Step 5

Select and Listen to a Specific Song.. 19

Play with a Style

Selecting a rhythm of a Style.. 21 Playing with a Style.. 22
Troubleshooting...53 Voice List...54 Maximum Polyphony.. 54 Drum Kit List...59 Style List..62 Effect Type List...63 MIDI Implementation Chart..64 MIDI Data Format...66 Effect map... 66 Specifications...67 Index...68
Basic Operation and Displays
Basic Operation.. 24 Display... 26

Song Lesson

Lesson 1 (Listen & Learn).. 27 Lesson 2 (Timing).. 29 Lesson 3 (Waiting)... 30

Front Panel Song List (page 20)

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Rear Panel
@4 MIDI IN/OUT terminals..page 50 @5 SUSTAIN jack..page 9 @6 PHONES/OUTPUT jack...page 9 @7 DC IN 12V jack..page 8

Style List (page 62)

Voice List (page 54)

Display (page 26)

001 GrandPno

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GrandPno

Turn the power on and adjust the volume

Turning the power on

Press the [STANDBY/ON] switch to turn on the power. Press the [STANDBY/ON] switch again to turn the power off.

Adjusting the volume

When turning the power on, bars appear at the left side in the display to indicate the value of the master volume.
The volume increases as indicated by the bars in the display.
When you rst turn on the power, make sure to turn down the volume of the instrument by pressing the MASTER VOLUME [-] button several times. While playing the keyboard, adjust the volume level by using the MASTER VOLUME [+] and [-] buttons.
Press the [+] button to increase the volume.
The value of master volume cannot be saved.
Press the [-] button to lower the volume.
When the power is turned on, the initial value is automatically set to 12 (indicated by six bars in the display). If you are using the instrument in a quiet place and want a lower volume setting to start with, simultaneously hold down the MASTER VOLUME [-] button and turn on the power with the [STANDBY/ON] switch. This automatically sets the value to 4 (indicated by two bars).
Try playing a variety of instrument Voices

Quick Guide

13 In addition to the piano Voice, a wide variety of other instrument Voices can be selected and played, including guitar, trumpet and ute. The Voice selected here becomes the Main Voice.
Press the [VOICE] button.
The Voice number and name are displayed.

Voice number Voice name

Appears when the Voice mode.

Select a Voice.

Select the desired Voice by using the number buttons [0][9], [+], [-]. Refer to the Voice List on page 54.
The Voice shown here becomes the Main Voice for the instrument.

Press the [SOUND EFFECT KIT] button.
Try out each key and enjoy the sounds. Dont forget the black keys! Youll be able to play various sound effects from the keyboard: barking, braying, yelling, and much more. After trying out these sounds, press the [PORTABLE GRAND] button to reset the instrument Voice to the default setting of Voice 001 Grand Piano1.

Start the metronome

The instrument includes a metronome with adjustable tempo and time signature. Play and set the tempo that is most comfortable for you.

Starting the metronome

Turn the metronome on and start it by pressing the [METRONOME ON/ OFF] button.
To stop the metronome, press the [METRONOME ON/OFF] button again.
Displays the current beat.
Setting the metronome tempo
Press the [TEMPO/TAP] button to display the tempo.

Tempo value

Set the metronome tempo by using the number buttons [0][9], [+], [-].
The tempo can be adjusted between 32280.
Step 3 Play With The Metronome
Setting the Metronome Time Signature
A chime will sound on the rst beat of each measure, while a metronome click will sound on all others. You can also set the time signature to 00, in which case the chime will not sound and the click sound will be heard on all beats.
Press and hold the [METRONOME ON/OFF] button for longer than a second
The time signature appears in the display.

Time signature

Hold for longer than a second.

TimeSig

Set the time signature by using the number buttons [0][9], [+], [-].
The metronome can be set for time signatures of 0 to 15 beats.
The time signature cannot be changed for Songs and Styles, because each has a xed time signature.
Setting the Metronome Volume
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until MetroVol appears.

MetroVol

Metronome Volume
Set the metronome volume by using the number buttons [0][9], [+], [-].
Song name Appears when the Song mode is active.
Select and Listen to a Specic Song
This instrument has 102 built-in Songs. Listening to a Song

Press the [SONG] button.

The Song number and name are displayed.

Song number

Cruisin
Select the desired Song by using the number buttons [0][9], [+], [-].
Refer to the Song List on next page.
Press the [START/STOP] button.
The Song will begin playing. You can stop playback at any time by pressing the [START/ STOP] button.

Step 4 Playing Songs

Other Operations
[REW] button. Fast-reverses the Song if pressed during playback (no sound is heard during fast reverse). Decreases the measure number if pressed while playback is stopped. [FF] button. Fast-forwards the Song if pressed during playback. Increases the measure number if pressed while playback is stopped. [PAUSE] button. Temporarily stops playback. Press this button a second time to resume playback from the point at which it was stopped.

Select a Song for your lesson. Select the part you want to practice. Select the practice method. Start the Lesson!
The practice methods: Lesson 1 (Listen & Learn). Listen and learn the melody or rhythm of a selected Song. Lesson 2 (Timing).. Learn to play the notes at the correct timing along with the Song. Lesson 3 (Waiting). Learn to play the correct notes.
Lesson 1 (Listen & Learn)
Theres no need to play the keyboard in Lesson 1. The model melody/chords (in other words, the musical material you should learn) of the part you selected will sound. Listen to it carefully and learn it well.
Select the desired Song for your lesson. Press the [SONG] button, and then select a Song (referring to the Song list on page 20) by using the number buttons [0][9], [+] and [-].
You cannot select the part during Song playback before Lesson 1 starts. If a Song is currently being played back, stop the Song rst, then continue from Step 2.

MussIDen

Select the part you want to practice. Press the [R] button for a right-hand lesson, [L] button for a left-hand lesson, or press both the [R] and [L] buttons simultaneously for a bothhands lesson. The selected part is displayed.
Left-hand lesson Right-hand lesson

Both-hands lesson

BothHand
Start Lesson 1. Press the [LISTEN & LEARN] button to start Lesson 1. The melody of the part you selected in Step 2 will sound. Listen to it carefully and learn it well.

r1 LISTEN

Even after Lesson 1 has started and the Song is playing, you can still select the part. When the melody Voice of the Song is changed, the key position shown in the display may be shifted (in octave units), depending on the Voice selected. You can select Lessons 13 by pressing the [LISTEN & LEARN], [TIMING] and [WAITING] buttons, respectively.
The notation and key positions of the model melody are shown in the display.
Stop the Lesson mode. You can stop the Lesson mode at any time by pressing the [START/ STOP] button.

Lesson 2 (Timing)

In this lesson, try playing the notes with the correct timing. Simply concentrate on playing each note in time with the rhythmic accompaniment. The correct notes sound even if you play wrong notes as long as you play in time with the rhythm.
The Split Point is xed and it cannot be changed. For the left-hand lesson, it is xed at 59 or B2; for the left-hand chord lesson, it is xed at 54 or F#2.

You can change a Songs melody Voice to any other Voice you prefer.
Select the Song and play it. Refer to the section Playing Songs on page 19. Select the voice. Select a desired Voice by using the number buttons [0][9], [+], [-].

004 HnkyTonk

The selected Voice sounds when you play the keyboard. If a Song has played through and stopped during this procedure, press the [START/STOP] button to start playback again.
Press and hold the [VOICE] button for longer than a second. SONG MELODY VOICE appears in the display for a few seconds, indicating that the Voice selected in Step 2 has replaced the Songs original melody Voice.

Song Volume

This procedure allows you to adjust the balance between Song playback and the notes you play on the keyboard by setting the volume of the playback sound.
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until SongVol appears.
Current Song Volume Song Volume

SongVol

Set the Song Volume by pressing the number buttons [0][9], [+], [-].
Press the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the value to its default setting (100).
The Song is made up by several tracks. You can mute Track 1 or Track 2 during Song playback. Track 1 can be muted by pressing the [R] button during Song playback. Track 2 can be muted by pressing the [L] button during Song playback. You can cancel the mute function by pressing the corresponding track buttons, [R] or [L] again during Song playback, or by selecting any other Song.

Track 2 Track 1

Pressing one of the Track buttons [R] or [L] will mute the corresponding track during Song playback.

Littrack contains data.

Unlittrack is muted or contains no data.

Practice Makes Perfect

You can repeatedly practice a section you nd difcult. This function lets you specify a section of a Song you want to practiceA is the start point and B is the end pointfor repeat playback.
Repeat playback of this section
Play the Song and press the [A-B REPEAT] button at the beginning of the section you want to repeat (the A point). A-REPEAT will be displayed.
The repeat start and end points can be specied in one-measure increments. You can also set the A-B Repeat function when the Song is stopped. Simply use the [REW] and [FF] buttons to select the desired measures, pressing the [AB REPEAT] button for each point, then start playback. If you want to set the start point A at the very beginning of the Song press the [A-B REPEAT] button before starting playback of the Song.

REPEAT

Press the [A-B REPEAT] button a second time at the end of the section you want to repeat (the B point). The specied A-B section of the Song will now play repeatedly, letting you practice the section over and over.
You can stop repeat playback by pressing the [A-B REPEAT] button. The A-B REPEAT mode will be canceled and normal playback of the Song will continue.

Main A/B

Ending

Auto ll

INTRO section
This is used for the beginning of the Song When the intro nishes playing, accompaniment shifts to the main section. The length of the intro (in measures) differs depending on the selected Style.

MAIN section

This is used for playing the main part of the Song. It plays a main accompaniment pattern, and repeats indenitely until another sections button is pressed. There are two variations on the basic pattern (A and B), and the Style playback sound changes harmonically based on the chords you play with your left hand.

Fill-in section

This is automatically added before changing the section A and B.

ENDING section

This is used for the ending of the Song. When the ending is nished, the auto accompaniment stops automatically. The length of the ending (in measures) differs depending on the selected Style.
Press the [STYLE] button and then select a Style. Turn auto accompaniment on. Press the [ACMP ON/OFF] button.
Turn SYNC START on. Press the [SYNC START] button.
Press the [MAIN/AUTO FILL] button.

MAIN A

The name of the selected sectionMAIN A or MAIN Bwill be displayed
Press the [INTRO/ENDING/rit.] button.

INTROA

As soon as you play a chord with your left hand, the Intro of the selected Style starts. For this example, play a C major chord (as shown below). For information on how to enter chords, see Playing Auto Accompaniment Chords on page 44.

FILL AB

When the ll-in is nished, it leads smoothly into the selected main section A/B.

ENDING

This switches to the ending section. When the ending is nished, the auto accompaniment stops automatically. You can have the ending gradually slow down (ritardando) by pressing the [INTRO/ENDING/rit.] button again while the ending is playing back.
Adjusting the Style Volume
This procedure allows you to adjust the balance between Style playback and the notes you play on the keyboard by setting the volume of the playback sound.
Press the [STYLE] button. Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until the StyleVol appears.

Press and hold the [WAITING] button for longer than a second. Dict. will appear in the display.
As an example, well learn how to play a GM7 (G major seventh) chord. Press the G key in the section of the keyboard labeled ROOT >. (The note doesnt sound.) The root note you set is shown in the display.
Keys for chord type dictionary

Keys for root dictionary

Press the M7 (major seventh) key in the section of the keyboard labeled CHORD TYPE >. (The note doesnt sound.) The notes you should play for the specied chord (root note and chord type) are shown in the display, both as notation and in the keyboard diagram.

Notation of chord

Major chords are usually indicated by the root name only. For example, the indication C in a score refers to a C Major chord. To look up the ngering for a major chord press the root key and then the M chord type key.
Chord name (root and type)
Individual notes of chord (keyboard)
To call up possible inversions of the chord, press the [+]/[-] buttons.
Try playing a chord in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard, checking the indications in the display. When youve played the chord properly, a bell sound signals your success and the chord name in the display ashes.

About chords

Playing two or more notes together simultaneously creates a chord. Playing a note together with two other notes spaced three notes (steps) apartsuch as the notes C, E and Gcreates a harmonious sound. Chords like these are called triads and they play an important role in most music.
Taking the chord above as an example, the lowest note of this triad is called the root note. This is the central note sound, and it supports or anchors the rest of the notes chord. Youll notice that the middle note of the chord above (E) is the third step in the succession of scale notesC, D, then E. There are two types of thirds in chords: major thirds and minor thirds.
Major thirdfour half steps from the root Minor thirdthree half steps from the root
Well also alter the top note of our original chord and make three additional chords, as shown below. (The captions indicate the intervals between each of the notes.)

Major chord

Minor chord

Augmented chord

Diminished chord

Minor 3rd

Major 3rd
The basic characteristics of the chord sound are same, no matter if we change the order of the notes from bottom to top, or if we add other same name notes in different octaves. Beautiful sounding harmonies can be built in this manner, and emotional music can be created by playing different chords one after the other according to commonly accepted rules. Harmony determines the nature of chords, and music is created based on harmony.

Local On/Off External Clock Initial Setup Send Time Signature Metronome Volume Demo Cancel
Local ExtClock InitSend TimeSig MetroVol D-Cancel
ON/OFF ON/OFF YES/NO ON/OFF

About MIDI

The instrument features a MIDI terminals that can be connected to other MIDI instruments and devices for expanded musical functionality.

What is MIDI?

MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a world-standard interface for communication between electronic musical instruments and music devices. When MIDI-equipped instruments are connected via a MIDI cable, it becomes possible to transfer performance and setting data between them for signicantly enhanced performance and production potential.
Connect the PSR-E213/YPT-210 to external equipment only after turning off power for all devices. Then, turn on the power, rst to the PSR-E213/YPT-210, then to the connected external equipment.
What You Can Do With MIDI
Transferring performance and setting data between the PSR-E213/YPT210 and MIDI-equipped instruments or computers. (page 51)
Transferring Performance Data To and From Another Instrument
By connecting the PSR-E213/YPT-210 to other MIDI devices or a computer, the performance data of the instrument can be used on those other MIDI devices or computer, and also the performance data from other MIDI devices and computer can be received and sounded with the PSR-E213/YPT-210. When the instrument is connected with another MIDI device, it transmits/receives performance data.

PSR-E213/ YPT-210

MIDI OUT MIDI IN

MIDI device

MIDI IN MIDI OUT
When the instrument is connected with a computer, it transmits/ receives performance data.

MIDI IN USB MIDI OUT

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 PSR-E213/YPT-210 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.

MIDI settings

These settings should be made when transmitting/receiving performance data to a connected MIDI device or computer.

Local Settings

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. With this setting the instrument itself produces no sound (keyboard performance, or Style playback), 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. You can set the Local Control in the Function Settings (page 49).
If you cant get any sound out of the instrument, Local Control may be the most likely cause. Playing the keyboard results in no sound when Local is set to OFF.

External Clock Settings

These settings determine whether the instrument is synchronized to its own internal clock (OFF), or to a clock signal from an external device (ON). On. The instruments time based functions will be synchronized to the clock from an external device connected to the MIDI terminal. Off. The instrument uses its own internal clock (default). You can set the External Clock in the Function Settings (page 49).
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.
PSR-E213/YPT-210 Panel Setting Transmission (Initial Send)
Sends the PSR-E213/YPT-210 panel settings to an external MIDI device. When recording a PSR-E213/YPT-210 performance to an external sequencer or similar equipment, you can use this function to send the current PSR-E213/YPT-210 panel settings so that when the sequence is played back the original panel settings are automatically restored. You can set Initial Send in the Function settings (page 49).

Troubleshooting

Problem When the instrument is turned on or off, a popping sound is temporarily produced. When using a mobile phone, noise is produced. There is no sound even when the keyboard is played or when a Song or Style is being played back. Playing keys in the right hand area of the keyboard does not produce any sound. The volume is too soft. The sound quality is poor. The rhythm stops unexpectedly or will not play. The Song, etc. does not play correctly. The Style or Song does not play back when the [START/STOP] button is pressed. Possible Cause and Solution This is normal and indicates that the instrument is receiving electrical power. 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. Check that nothing is connected to the PHONES/OUTPUT jack on the rear panel. When a set of headphones is plugged into this jack, no sound is output. Check the Local Control on/off. (See page 52.) When using the Dictionary function (page 46), the keys in the right hand area are used only for entering the chord root and type.

The batteries are low or dead. Replace all six batteries with completely new ones, or use the optional AC adaptor.
Is External Clock set to ON? Make sure External Clock is set to OFF; refer to External Clock Settings on page 52. Make sure that the Style Volume (page 43) is set to an appropriate level. Is the Split Point set at an appropriate key for the cords you are playing? Set the Split Point at an appropriate key (page 36). Is the ACMP ON indicator showing in the display? If it is not showing press the [ACMP ON/OFF] button so that it does show. This is not a malfunction. Style number 093100 (Pianist) have no rhythm parts, so no rhythm will play. The other parts will begin playing when you play a chord in the accompaniment range of the keyboard if auto accompaniment is turned on. The instrument is polyphonic up to a maximum of 32 notes. If a style or Song is playing back at the same time, some notes/sounds may be omitted (or stolen) from the accompaniment or Song. The polarity of the footswitch is reversed. Make sure that the footswitch plug is properly connected to the SUSTAIN jack before turning on the power. Always press the [STYLE] button rst when you are going to use any style-related function. Make sure that you are not pressing the [R] or [L] buttons while the Song is playing. If you press one of the part buttons while playing the Song and before starting the Lesson, these buttons serve to mute the corresponding Song tracks. Stop the Song rst, then select the desired part and start the Lesson. Since this keyboard does not have touch response, the level of the sound does not change in response to your playing strength.
The Style does not sound properly.
No rhythm accompaniment plays when the [START/STOP] button is pressed after selecting Style number 093100 (Pianist). Not all of the voices seem to sound, or the sound seems to be cut off. The footswitch (for sustain) seems to produce the opposite effect. For example, pressing the footswitch cuts off the sound and releasing it sustains the sounds. The ACMP ON indicator does not appear when the [ACMP ON/OFF] button is pressed. The part indications, such as Right, Left and Both Hands, do not appeareven when pressing the [R] or [L] buttons for the Lesson. Regardless of how strongly play the keys, the level of the sound does not change.

Prog Change

: True #

System Exclusive

Common o o x x x x o x o(120,126,127) o(121) o(122) o(123-125) o x o o
: Song Pos. : Song Sel. : Tune
System : Clock Real Time: Commands
:All Sound OFF :Reset All Cntrls :Local ON/OFF Mes- :All Notes OFF sages:Active Sense :Reset
*1 Refer to #2 on page 66. *2 Refer to #6 on page 66. Mode 2 : OMNI ON ,MONO Mode 4 : OMNI OFF,MONO o : Yes x : No
Mode 1 : OMNI ON , POLY Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY

MIDI Data Format

1 By default (factory settings) the instrument ordinarily functions as a 16-channel multi-timbral tone generator, and incoming data does not affect the panel voices or panel settings. However, the MIDI messages listed below do affect the panel voices, auto accompaniment, and songs. MIDI Master Tuning System exclusive messages for changing the Reverb Type. 2 Messages for these control change numbers cannot be transmitted from the instrument itself. However, they may be transmitted when playing the accompaniment, song or using the harmony effect. 3 Exclusive <GM System ON> F0H, 7EH, 7FH, 09H, 01H, F7H This message automatically restores all default settings for the instrument, with the exception of MIDI Master Tuning. <MIDI Master Volume> F0H, 7FH, 7FH, 04H, 01H, ll, mm, F7H This message allows the volume of all channels to be changed simultaneously (Universal System Exclusive). The values of mm is used for MIDI Master Volume. (Values for ll are ignored.) <MIDI Master Tuning> F0H, 43H, 1nH, 27H, 30H, 00H, 00H, mm, ll, cc, F7H This message simultaneously changes the tuning value of all channels. The values of mm and ll are used for MIDI Master Tuning. The default value of mm and ll are 08H and 00H, respectively. Any values can be used for n and cc. <Reverb Type> F0H, 43H, 1nH, 4CH, 02H, 01H, 00H, mmH, llH, F7H mm : Reverb Type MSB ll : Reverb Type LSB Refer to the Effect Map (page 66) for details. 4 When the accompaniment is started, an FAH message is transmitted. When accompaniment is stopped, an FCH message is transmitted. When the clock is set to External, both FAH (accompaniment start) and FCH (accompaniment stop) are recognized. 5 Local ON/OFF <Local ON> Bn, 7A, 7F <Local OFF> Bn, 7A, 00 Value for n is ignored. 6 Since this keyboard does not have touch response, the level of the sound does not change in response to your playing strength. As a result, when you play the keyboard, the velocity value transmitted via MIDI is xed (set to the most suitable value for each Voice). However, the velocity of the accompaniment and song playback does change in response to performance data received via MIDI.

Optional Accessories AC Power Adaptor: Yamaha PA-130 or an equivalent USB-MIDI Interface: UX16 Footswitch: FC4/FC5 Keyboard Stand: L-2C/L-2L Headphones: HPE-150/HPE-30
* Specications and descriptions in this owners manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specications at any time without prior notice. Since specications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
A-B REPEAT button.. 33 ACMP ON/OFF button... 22 DEMO button... 20 FF button... 20 FUNCTION button... 25, 48 INTRO/ENDING/rit. Button.. 41 L button... 28 LISTEN & LEARN button.. 28 MAIN/AUTO FILL button.. 41 MASTER VOLUME +, - buttons.. 9, 12, 24 METRONOME ON/OFF button. 17 number buttons 09, +, -.. 25 PAUSE button.. 20 PORTABLE GRAND button. 14 R button... 28 REVERB ON/OFF button... 34 REW button... 20 SONG button.. 19, 25 SOUND EFFECT KIT button.. 16 STANDBY/ON switch. 9, 12, 24 START/STOP button.. 24 STYLE button.. 21, 25 SYNC START button.. 22 TEMPO/TAP button.. 38 TIMING button... 29 VOICE button.. 13, 25 WAITING button.. 30 DC IN 12V jack... 8 MIDI IN/OUT terminal... 50 PHONES/OUTPUT jack... 9 SUSTAIN jack... 9

Alphabetical Order

AB Repeat... 33 AC Power Adaptor.. 8 ACMP ON/OFF.. 22 Auto Accompaniment.. 22 Auto accompaniment range.. 2223
Battery... 8 Beat Display... 26
Chord... 23, 4445, 47 Chord Dictionary... 46 Chord Display.. 26, 45 Computer.. 5152
Demo... 20 Display... 26 Drum Kit... 14 Drum Kit List... 59
Ending... 40, 42 External Clock.. 49, 52
FF... 20 Footswitch (Sustain jack).. 9 Function Setting List.. 49

Grade... 29

Initial Send... 49 Intro... 39, 42

Keyboard Display.. 26

Lesson... 2730 Local... 49, 52
Main/Auto fill.. 4142 Master Volume Control.. 9, 24 Measure... 26 Melody Voice... 31 Metronome... 1718 Metronome Volume... 18
MIDI... 50 Music Rest.. 6 Mute... 32

XGlite... 6

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Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH Siemensstrae 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany Tel: +49-4101-3030

OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES

Yamaha Corporation, Asia-Pacic Music Marketing Group Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650 Tel: +81-53-460-2317

GERMANY

Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH Siemensstrae 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany Tel: 04101-3030
SWITZERLAND/LIECHTENSTEIN
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH, Branch Switzerland Seefeldstrasse 94, 8008 Zrich, Switzerland Tel: 01-383 3990

AFRICA

Yamaha Corporation, Asia-Pacic Music Marketing Group Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650 Tel: +81-53-460-2312

OCEANIA

AUSTRALIA
Yamaha Music Australia Pty. Ltd. Level 1, 99 Queensbridge Street, Southbank, Victoria 3006, Australia Tel: 3-9693-5111

AUSTRIA

Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH, Branch Austria Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien, Austria Tel: 01-60203900

MIDDLE EAST

TURKEY/CYPRUS

NEW ZEALAND

Music Houses of N.Z. Ltd. 146/148 Captain Springs Road, Te Papapa, Auckland, New Zealand Tel: 9-634-0099
CZECH REPUBLIC/SLOVAKIA/ HUNGARY/SLOVENIA
Yamaha Music Central Europe GmbH, Branch Austria, CEE Department Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien, Austria Tel: 01-602039025

OTHER COUNTRIES

Yamaha Music Gulf FZE LOB 16-513, P.O.Box 17328, Jubel Ali, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Tel: +971-4-881-5868
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