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Always make sure all batteries are inserted in conformity with the +/- polarity markings. Failure to do so might result in overheating, re, or battery uid leakage. Always replace all batteries at the same time. Do not use new batteries together with old ones. Also, do not mix battery types, such as alkaline batteries with manganese batteries, or batteries from different makers, or different types of batteries from the same maker, since this can cause overheating, re, or battery uid leakage. Do not dispose of batteries in re.
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. When setting up the product, make sure that the AC outlet you are using is easily accessible. If some trouble or malfunction occurs, immediately turn off the power switch and disconnect the plug from the outlet. Even when the power switch is turned off, electricity is still owing to the product at the minimum level. When you are not using the product for a long time, make sure to unplug the power cord from the wall AC outlet. 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 insert a nger or hand in any gaps on the instrument. Never insert or drop paper, metallic, or other objects into the gaps on the panel or keyboard. If this happens, turn off the power immediately and unplug the power cord from the AC outlet. Then have the instrument inspected by qualied Yamaha service personnel. 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.
Saving and backing up your data
The panel settings and some other types of data are not retained in memory when you turn off the power to the instrument. Save data you want to keep to the Registration Memory (page 80.) Saved data may be lost due to malfunction or incorrect operation. Save important data to an external device such as a computer (pages 92).
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 LCD screens as shown in this manual are for instructional purposes only, and may appear somewhat different from those on your instrument. Trademarks Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. The company names and product names in this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
The following is the title, credits and copyright notices for the song pre-installed in this electronic keyboard:
Composition Title: Against All Odds Composers Name: Collins 0007403 Copyright Owners Name: EMI MUSIC PUBLISHING LTD AND HIT & RUN MUSIC LTD
All Rights Reserved, Unauthorized copying, public performance and broadcasting are strictly prohibited.
This product incorporates and bundles computer programs and contents in which Yamaha owns copyrights or with respect to which it has license to use others copyrights. Such copyrighted materials include, without limitation, all computer software, style les, MIDI les, WAVE data, musical scores and sound recordings. Any unauthorized use of such programs and contents outside of personal use is not permitted under relevant laws. Any violation of copyright has legal consequences. DONT MAKE, DISTRIBUTE OR USE ILLEGAL COPIES. Copying of the commercially available musical data including but not limited to MIDI data and/or audio data is strictly prohibited except for your personal use.
Select and Play a VoiceMAIN
This procedure selects the main voice you will play on the keyboard.
Select 092 Flute
Try selecting and playing a variety of voices.
Press the [VOICE] button.
The voice number and name will be displayed.
Voice number Appears when the Voice mode is engaged.
Select the voice you want to play.
While watching the displayed voice name rotate the dial. The available voices will be selected and displayed in sequence. The voice selected here becomes the main voice. For this example select the 092 Flute voice.
You can also select the voice using the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons after pressing the [VOICE] button. (page 58)
Play Two Voices SimultaneouslyDUAL
You can select a second voice which will play in addition to the main voice when you play the keyboard. The second voice is known as the dual voice.
Press the [DUAL] button.
The [DUAL] button turns the dual voice on or off. When turned on the dual voice icon will appear in the display. The currently selected dual voice will sound in addition to the main voice when you play the keyboard.
The dual voice feature cannot be used during a song lesson (page 43).
Dual voice icon
Press and hold the [DUAL] button for longer than a second.
D.VOICE appears in the display for a few seconds, then the currently selected dual voice will be displayed.
You can also select the Dual Voice display by pressing the [FUNCTION] button and then using the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the D.Voice item.
Hold for longer than a second
The currently selected dual voice
Select the desired dual voice.
Watch the displayed dual voice and rotate the dial until the voice you want to use is selected. The voice selected here becomes the dual voice. For this example try selecting the 109 Vibraphone voice.
Two voices will sound at the same time.
Try selecting and playing a range of dual voices.
Play Different Voices with the Left and Right HandsSPLIT
In the split mode you can play different voices to the left and right of the keyboard split point. The main and dual voices can be played to the right of the split point, while the voice played to the left of the split point is known as the split voice. The split point setting can be changed as required (page 72).
Main voice and dual voice
Press the [SPLIT] button.
The [SPLIT] button turns the split voice on or off. When turned on the split voice icon will appear in the display. The currently selected split voice will sound to the left of the keyboard split point.
The split voice feature cannot be used during a song lesson (page 43).
Split voice icon
Press and hold the [SPLIT] button for longer than a second.
S.VOICE appears in the display for a few seconds, then the currently selected split voice will be displayed.
You can also select the Split Voice display by pressing the [FUNCTION] button and then using the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the S.Voice item.
PSR-E413 Owners Manual The currently selected SPLIT voice
Select the desired split voice.
Watch the displayed split voice and rotate the dial until the voice you want to use is selected. The voice selected here becomes the split voice which will play to the left of the keyboard split point. For this example try selecting the 033 Folk Guitar voice.
Try selecting and playing a range of split voices.
Play the Grand Piano Voice
When you just want to play piano, all you have to do is press one convenient button.
Press the [PORTABLE GRAND] button.
The 001 Grand Piano voice will be selected.
When you press the [PORTABLE GRAND] button all settings other than touch sensitivity are turned off. The dual and split voices will also be turned off, so only the Grand Piano voice will play over the entire keyboard.
This instrument includes a range of drum kits and unique sound effects you can use for entertainment. Laughter, babbling brooks, jet y-bys, eerie effects, and much more. These sounds can be a great way to enhance the mood at parties.
REW Press the fast reverse button to rapidly return to an earlier point in the song.
FF Press the fast forward button to rapidly skip ahead to a later point in the song.
PAUSE Press the pause button to pause playback.
Song List These 30 songs include songs that effectively demonstrate the instruments easy song arranger feature, songs that are ideally suited for use with the performance assistant technology feature, and more. The Suggested Uses column provides some ideas as to how the songs can most effectively used.
Category 1 Main Demo Voice Demo Function Demo 12 Piano Solo Piano Ensemble Piano Accompaniment 29 30
CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD
CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD CHORD
Name Elements Jessica Chillin Grand Piano Demo Sweet! Tenor Sax Demo Cool! Rotor Organ Demo Cool! Galaxy Electric Piano Demo Modern Harp & Sweet! Soprano Demo Hallelujah Chorus Ave Maria Nocturne op.9-2 For Elise Maple Leaf Rag The Last Rose of Summer Amazing Grace Die Lorelei Piano Concerto No.21 2nd mov. Scarborough Fair Old Folks at Home Ac Ballad (Against All Odds: Collins 0007403) Ep Ballad Boogie Woogie Rock Piano Salsa Country Piano Gospel R&B Medium Swing Jazz Waltz Medium Bossa SlowRock
Suggested Uses The songs in this category have been created to give you an idea of the advanced capabilities of this instrument. Theyre great for listening, or for use with the performance assistant technology feature.
These songs features some of the instruments many useful voices. They make maximum use of the characteristics of each voice, and might serve as inspiration for your own compositions.
Use these songs to experience some of the instruments advanced features: song number 9 for the easy song arranger, and songs 10 and 11 for the performance assistant technology feature.
These piano solo pieces are ideally suited for use as lesson songs.
A selection of piano ensemble songs that are also well suited for use as lesson songs.
When you need to practice backing (accompaniment) patterns, these are the songs to do it with. This is ability youll need if youre invited to play with a band. These songs allow you to practice backing parts one hand at a time, which can be the easiest way to master this important skill.
: Includes chord data.
The scores for the internal songsexcept for songs 111, and song 20 which is copyrighted, are provided in the Song Book on the CD-ROM. The scores for songs 911 are provided in this manual. Some of the classic and/or traditional songs have been edited for length or for ease in learning, and may not be exactly the same as the original.
] and [
Rotate the dial clockwise to increase the value of the selected item, or counterclockwise to decrease its value. Rotate the dial continuously to continuously increase or decrease the value.
When selecting a song, style, or voice, you can use these buttons to jump to the rst item in the next or previous category. The CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons are useful for selecting categorized items, as in the example below.
Example: VOICE SELECT
[+] and [-] Buttons
Press the [+] button briey to increment the value by 1, or press the [-] button briey to decrement the value by 1. Press and hold either button to continuously increment or decrement the value in the corresponding direction.
Jump to the rst item in the next or previous category.
Press briey to decrement. Press briey to increment.
The rst voice in the selected category is selected.
Number Buttons 
The number buttons can be used to directly enter a song number or parameter value. Hundreds or tens digits that are 0 can be omitted (see below).
Example: Song number 003 can be entered in three ways.      (003 will appear on the display after a brief delay)  (003 will appear on the display after a brief delay)
In a display in which a category appears, selection is easy if you rst use the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the category containing the desired item, then use the dial or [+] and [-] buttons to select the item. This can be particularly handy when you have to select from a large number of voices.
Press number buttons , , .
In most procedures described throughout this owners manual the dial is recommended for selection simply because it is the easiest and most intuitive selection method. Please note however, that most items or values that can be selected using the dial can also be selected using the [+] and [-] buttons.
Start a function.
This is the [START/STOP] button. Press the [START/STOP] button after pressing the [SONG] or [STYLE] button to start playback of the selected song or style (rhythm).
The display shows all of the current basic settings: song, style, voice. It also includes a range of indicators that show the on/off status of a range of functions.
4 Try playing a chord in the auto accom-
paniment 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 ash.
Song Volume 1 Press the [FUNCTION] button. 3 Use the dial to set the song volume
NOTE Song volume can be adjusted while a song is selected.
] and [ ] buttons to select the Song Volume item.
You can specify a section of a songA is the start point and B is the end pointfor repeat playback.
1 Play the song (page 39) and press the
[ ] (A-B REPEAT) button at the beginning of the section you want to repeat (the A point).
2 Press the [
] (A-B REPEAT) button a second time at the end of the section you want to repeat (the B point).
3 The specied A-B section of the song
will now play repeatedly. You can stop repeat playback at any time by pressing the [ ] (A-B REPEAT) button.
NOTE The repeat start and end points can be specied in one-measure increments.
The current measure number is shown in the display during 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.
Muting Independent Song Parts
Each track of a song plays a different part of the songmelody, percussion, accompaniment, etc. You can mute individual tracks and play the muted part on the keyboard yourself, or simply mute tracks other than the ones you want to listen to. To mute a track, press the appropriate track button (TRACK , [A]) button. Press the same button a second time to disengage track muting.
Track number onTrack will playback
Track number offTrack is muted or contains no data
Change the Melody Voice
You can change a songs melody voice to any other voice you prefer.
NOTE You cannot change the melody voice of a user song.
3 Press the [VOICE] button for longer
1 Select the song and play it. 2 Rotate the dial to select the voice you
want to listen to after pressing the [VOICE] button.
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.
This instrument has a Registration Memory feature that lets you save your favorite settings for easy recall whenever theyre needed. Up to 16 complete setups can be saved (8 banks of two setups each).
Touch Sensitivity Main Voice Volume Main Voice Octave Main Voice Pan
TouchSns M.Volume M.Octave M.Pan
Main Voice Reverb Level Main Voice Chorus Level Main Voice Attack Time Main Voice Release Time Main Voice Filter Cutoff Main Voice Filter Resonance Dual Voice Dual Voice Volume Dual Voice Octave Dual Voice Pan
M.Reverb M.Chorus M.Attack M.Releas M.Cutoff M.Reso. D.Voice D.Volume D.Octave D.Pan
Dual Voice Reverb Level Dual Voice Chorus Level Dual Voice Attack Time Dual Voice Release Time Dual Voice Filter Cutoff Dual Voice Filter Resonance Split Voice Split Voice Volume Split Voice Octave Split Voice Pan
D.Reverb D.Chorus D.Attack D.Releas D.Cutoff D.Reso. S.Voice S.Volume S.Octave S.Pan
Split Voice Reverb Level Split Voice Chorus Level
Setting Reverb Type Chorus Type
Item title Reverb Chorus
Range/Settings Speaker1, Speaker2, Headphone, Line Out1, Line Out1 (Original), 2 (Thru) 001nnn PC1/PC2/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF YES/NO 0060 Half note, Quarter note, Eighth note, Sixteenth note 000127 GuideTrack 116 GuideTrack 116 ON/OFF ON/OFF 320, OFF
Description Determines the Reverb type, including off (10). (See the list on page 117) Determines the Chorus type, including off (05). (See the list on page 117)
Master EQ Type
Sets the equalizer applied to the speaker output for optimum sound in different listening situations.
Harmony Type Harmony Volume Arpeggio Type Arpeggio Velocity Style File Load PC mode Local On/Off External Clock Keyboard Out Style Out Song Out Initial Send Time Signature Numerator Time Signature Denominator Metronome Volume Lesson Track (R)
HarmType HarmVol ARP Type ARP Velo Sff Load PC mode Local ExtClock KbdOut StyleOut SongOut InitSend TimesigN
Determines the Harmony type. (See the list on page 117) Determines the volume of the Harmony effect. Determines the Arpeggio type. (See the list on page 14) Sets the velocity mode for arpeggio playback. Loads a Style le. Optimizes the MIDI settings when you connect to a computer (page 89). Determines whether the instruments keyboard controls the internal tone generator (ON) or not (OFF). (page 88) Determines whether the instrument synchronizes to the internal clock (OFF) or an external clock (ON). (page 88) Determines whether keyboard performance data of the instrument is transmitted (ON) or not (OFF). Determines whether Style data is transmitted (ON) via USB or not (OFF) during Style playback. Determines whether User Song is transmitted (ON) via USB or not (OFF) during Song playback. Lets you send the data of the panel settings to a computer. Press [+] to send, or press [-] to cancel. Determines the time signature of the Metronome.
Sets the length of each metronome beat.
Determines the volume of the Metronome. Determines the guide track number for your right hand lesson. The setting is only effective for songs in SMF format 0 transferred from a computer. Determines the guide track number for your left hand lesson. The setting is only effective for songs in SMF format 0 transferred from a computer. Determines whether the Grade function is on or off. Determines whether Demo cancel is enabled or not. When this is set to ON, the Demo Song will not play, even if the [DEMO/PC] button is pressed. Sets the amount of time before the instrument will go into Sleep Mode.
4 Click the Add File button and the Add
File window will appear.
5 Click the button to the right of Look in
and select the CD-ROM drive from the dropdown menu that appears. Double-click the SampleData Folder on the window. Select the le from the SongData Folder you want to transfer to the instrument, and click Open.
q Click the Electronic Musical Instruments,
and then Flash Memory
7 After selecting the le in the List of
les stored temporarily, click the downward [Move] button and a conrmation message will appear. Click [OK] and the song will be transferred from the List of les stored temporarily to the instruments memory.
Transfer a backup le from the instrument to a computer
You can use the Musicsoft Downloader to transfer Backup Files containing backup data (page 56), including the ve User Songs stored on the instrument, to a computer. If you click Electronic Musical Instruments in the Musicsoft Downloader display, and then System Drive, a le named 08PK61.bup will appear in the lower right corner of the Musicsoft Downloader display. This is the backup le. For details about how to transmit backup le using the Musicsoft Downloader application, refer to the Online help Transferring Data Between the Computer and Instrument (for unprotected data) in the application.
NOTE Preset Song data cannot be transmitted from the instrument.
8 Close the window to end the Musicsoft
NOTE End the Musicsoft Downloader to playback the le transferred from your computer.
9 To playback a song stored in ash
memory, press the [SONG] button. Use the dial to select the song you want to play, then press the [ ] (START/ STOP) button to start playback.
Do not unplug the USB cable during a data transfer. Not only will the data not be transferred and saved, but operation of the memory media may become unstable and its contents may disappear completely when the power is turned on or off.
The backup data, including the ve User Songs is transmitted/ received as a single le. As a result, all backup data will be overwritten every time you transmit or receive. Keep this in mind when transferring data.
Store data can be lost due to equipment malfunction or improper operation. For safety we recommend that you keep a copy of all important data stored on your computer. We recommend that you use a power adaptor rather than batteries when transferring data. The data can be corrupted if the batteries fail during the transfer.
Do not rename the backup le on the computer. If you do so, it will not be recognized when transferred to the instrument.
To Use transferred Songs For Lessons. In order to use songs (only SMF format 0) transferred from a computer for lessons it is necessary to specify which channels are to be played back as the right-hand and left-hand parts.
1 Press the [SONG] button and select the song (036) residing in ash memory for which you want to set the guide track. 2 Press the [FUNCTION] button. 3 Use the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the R-Part or L-Part item. 4 Use the dial to select the channel you want to play back as the specied right- or left-hand part.
We recommend that you select channel 1 for the right-hand part and channel 2 for the left-hand part.
The software and this manual are the exclusive copyrights of Yamaha Corporation. Use of the software and this manual is governed by the license agreement which the purchaser fully agrees to upon breaking the seal of the software packaging. (Please read carefully the Software Licensing Agreement at the end of this manual before installing the application.) Copying of the software or reproduction of this manual in whole or in part by any means is expressly forbidden without the written consent of the manufacturer. Yamaha makes no representations or warranties with regard to the use of the software and documentation and cannot be held responsible for the results of the use of this manual and the software. This disk containing the software is not meant for use with an audio/visual system (CD player, DVD player, etc.). Do not attempt to use the disk on equipment other than a computer. Future upgrades of application and system software and any changes in specications and functions will be announced separately. The screen displays as illustrated in this manual are for instructional purposes, and may appear somewhat different from the screens which appear on your computer.
Important Notices about the CD-ROM
Data Types This CD-ROM includes application software. Please refer to page 95 for software installation instructions.
Do not attempt to play this CD-ROM on any playback device other than a computer. The resulting high-volume noise may cause hearing damage or damage to the playback device.
Operating System (OS) The applications in this CD-ROM are provided in versions for Windows operating systems.
Application / Data Name Musicsoft Downloader
Contents This application can be used to download MIDI song data from the Internet and transfer it from the computer to the instruments memory. Digital Music Notebook is a combination music learning program and online service that makes it easy and fun to practice and master your favorite songs. You can use the convenient and powerful Digital Music Notebook functions with the demo song after installing Digital Music Notebook. Full motion demo software which introduces all features of the Digital Music Notebook. Includes score data for the 30 internal songs provided on the instrument as well as 70 MIDI songs provided on the CD-ROM. The exceptions are songs 111, 16, 20 and song 30 which is copyrighted. The scores for songs 911 are provided in this manual beginning on page 100. This driver software is necessary to connect MIDI devices to your computer via USB.
Digital Music Notebook
DMN_FlashDemo Digital Music Notebook Flash Demo Song Book USB-MIDI Driver (Windows 2000/XP) USB-MIDI Driver (Windows Vista/XP x64) SongData SampleData StyleData MDB MIDI 70 songs 5 style les 5 music database les
These songs, styles, or music database can be transferred to the instrument and played or used with the instrument functions.
In order to view PDF scores, you will need to install Adobe Reader in your computer. You can download the Adobe Reader. Please check the following URL: http://www.adobe.com/
Using the CD-ROM
4 Connect the instrument to the com-
Please read the Software License Agreement on page 121 before opening the CD-ROM package.
puter. The connection procedure is described on page 87. Musicsoft Downloader: See page 97.
1 Check the system requirements to
make sure that the software will run on your computer. CD-ROM drive. The start window should appear automatically. puter. Refer to Installing the USB-MIDI Driver on page 95 for installation and setup instructions.
5 Install the software. 6 Launch the software.
For further software operation refer to the online help supplied with the software. Refer to the Troubleshooting on page 98 when you have trouble with installing the driver.
3 Install the USB-MIDI driver to the com-
Application/Data OS Windows 2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional/ Vista
* Only 32-bit is supported.
CPU 233 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron Processor family (500 MHz or higher is recommended) 166 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron Processor family 800 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium /Celeron Processor family or Intel 64 compatible processor
400 MHz or higher processor clock speed (Intel Pentium/Celeron Processor family, or compatible processor recommended)
Memory 64 MB or more (256 MB or more is recommended) 32 MB or more (64 MB or more is recommended)
Hard Disk at least 128 MB of free space (at least 512 MB of free space is recommended) at least 3 MB of free space
Display 800 x 600 HighColor (16-bit)
USB Driver for Windows 2000/XP
Windows 2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional
Problem When the instrument is turned on or off, a popping sound is temporarily produced. When using a mobile phone, noise is produced. 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 88.) 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 recorded data of the song, etc. does not play correctly. The LCD display suddenly goes dark, and all panel settings are reset. The style or song does not play back when the [START/STOP] button is pressed. When using the Dictionary function (page 77), the keys in the right hand area are used only for entering the chord root and type.
There is no sound even when the keyboard is played or when a song or style is being played back.
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 on page 88. Make sure that the Style Volume (page 84) is set to an appropriate level.
The style does not sound properly.
Is the split point set at an appropriate key for the cords you are playing? Set the split point at an appropriate key (page 72). 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 141 and style numbers 153165 (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 style playback is turned on. The instrument is polyphonic up to a maximum of 32 notes. If the Dual voice or Split voice is being used and a style or song is playing back at the same time, some notes/sounds may be omitted (or stolen) from the accompaniment or song. You have exceeded 32 simultaneous notes, which is the maximum polyphony (the maximum number of notes that can be played simultaneously) of the instrument. The instrument will play normally as long as no more than 32 notes are being played at once, both on the keyboard and by any automatic playback functions. 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. This is normal. The AWM tone generation method uses multiple recordings (samples) of an instrument across the range of the keyboard; thus, the actual sound of the voice may be slightly different from note to note. Perhaps the performance assistant technology is turned on. Press the [PERFORMANCE ASSISTANT] button to turn it off. Is the [STYLE] button lit? Always press the [STYLE] button rst when you are going to use any style-related function. The harmony effects (0126) behave differently according to their type. Types 0105 function when style playback is on, chords are played in the accompaniment range of the keyboard, and a melody is played in the right-hand range. Types 0626 will function whether style playback is on or off. For types 06 = 12 you need to play two notes at the same time.
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Listening to the Songs
The instrument contains a wide variety of 102 preset songs.
Recording your performance
You can record up to ve of your own performances as User Songs.
Formats and functions.. 5 Supplied Accessories.. 5
Setting Up 8
Power Requirements.. 8 Audio Connections Headphones and External Equipment.. 9 Connecting a footswitch.. 9 Turn on the power.. 9 Using the music rest.. 9 Removing the protective film.. 9
Panel Controls and Terminals
Changing the Voices 12
Try playing a variety of instrument Voices.. 12 Playing the Grand Piano Voice.. 13 Using the Metronome.. 14 Playing the Drum Kit Voice.. 15
Mute.. 51 A-B Repeat.. 51 Song Volume... 52 Tap Start... 52 Changing the Melody Voice. 52
Style (Auto Accompaniment) Functions
Select and Listen to a Specific Song.. 16
Starting Style playback.. 53 Adjusting the Style Volume.. 53 Looking up Chords Using the Chord Dictionary. 54 Registering Style Files.. 55
Play with a Style
Basic Operation and Displays 26
What is MIDI?... 58 Transferring Performance Data To and From Another Instrument.. 58 Transferring data between the PSR-E323/YPT-320 and a computer.. 60
Troubleshooting...63 Voice List...64 Maximum Polyphony.. 64 Drum Kit List...68 Style List..70 Music Database List...71 Song List...72 Effect Type List...73 Specifications...74 Index...75
Basic Operation.. 26 Display... 27
Keys to Success.. 28 Listening Timing Waiting.. 31 Phrase Repeat.. 35
Play Using the Music Database Record your own performance
Recording to a specified track.. 38
Play along with the styles... 19 Changing the tempo of the Style.. 22 Pattern Variation (Sections).. 23 Playing chords along with score of the Song. 24 Chords... 25
Select the item and change the value. 56
Front Panel.. 10 Rear Panel... 10
Adding Harmony.. 42 Adding Reverb.. 43 Adding Chorus.. 43 Adding Panel Sustain... 44 Touch Response Sensitivity. 44 Playing Two Voices SimultaneouslyDual. 45 Playing Different Voices with the Left and Right HandsSplit... 46 Setting the Split Point... 47 Adjusting the Voice volume.. 47 Setting the Metronome Beats per Measure, and the Length of Each Beat. 48 Setting the Metronome Volume. 48 Octave... 49 Transpose... 49 Tuning... 50 One Touch Setting.. 50
Be sure to do the following operations BEFORE turning on the power.
Although the instrument will run either from an optional AC adaptor or batteries, Yamaha recommends use of an AC adaptor whenever possible. An AC adaptor is more environmentally friendly than batteries and does not deplete resources.
Using an AC Power Adaptor
q Make sure that the power of the instrument is off
(the backlit display is off).
Use the specied adaptor (PA-130, or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha) only. The use of other adaptors may result in irreparable damage to both the adaptor and the instrument.
w Connect the AC power adaptor to the power supply
e Plug the AC adaptor into an AC outlet.
Unplug the AC Power Adaptor when not using the instrument, or during electrical storms.
AC power adaptor AC outlet
For battery operation the instrument requires six 1.5V AA size, LR6 or equivalent batteries. (Alkaline batteries are recommended.) When battery power becomes too low for proper operation, the volume may be reduced, the sound may be distorted, and other problems may occur. When this happens, make sure to replace all batteries, following the precautions listed below. If necessary, also make sure to save all important User data (see page 62), since custom panel settings are lost when the batteries are removed.
Use alkaline batteries for this instrument. Other types of batteries (including rechargeable batteries) may have sudden drops of power when battery power becomes low, possibly resulting in loss of data in the ash memory. Make sure to install the batteries with the proper orientation, maintaining the correct polarity (as shown). Incorrect battery installation may result in heat, re and/or leaking of corrosive chemicals. When the batteries run down, replace them with a complete set of six new batteries. NEVER mix old and new batteries. Do not use different kinds of batteries (e.g. alkaline and manganese) at the same time. If the instrument is not to be in use for a long time, remove the batteries from it, in order to prevent possible uid leakage from the battery. Please use the power adaptor when transferring data to ash memory. Batteries (including rechargeable types) can be drained rapidly by this type of operation. If the batteries do become drained during a data transfer, both the data being transferred and the data currently in the transfer destination will be lost.
Remove the transparent protective lm that was applied to the display prior to shipment from the factory.
Make sure that the footswitch plug is properly connected to the SUSTAIN jack before turning on the power. Do not press the footswitch while turning the power on. Doing this changes the recognized polarity of the footswitch, resulting in reversed footswitch operation.
Turn on the power
q [STANDBY/ON] switch..page 9 w [MASTER VOLUME] control. pages 9 e [1 LISTENING 2 TIMING 3 WAITING] button. pages 32 r [KEYS TO SUCCESS] button.. pages 28 t [PHRASE REPEAT] button. pages 35 When the lesson mode y PART [L] button...page 32 [R] button...page 32 When the recording mode y [REC TRACK 2] button..page 39 [REC TRACK 1] button..page 39 u [METRONOME] button..page 14, 48 i [TEMPO/TAP] button.page 22, 52, 53 o [SONG] button... pages 16 !0 [VOICE] button.. pages 12 !1 [STYLE] button.. pages 19 !2 Number buttons , [+/YES], [-/NO].page 26 !3 [FUNCTION] button.. pages 56 !4 [DEMO] button...page 17 When the Song mode !5 [A-B REPEAT] button..page 51 !6 [REW] button..page 17 !7 [FF] button...page 17 !8 [PAUSE] button..page 17 When the Style mode !5 [ACMP ON/OFF] button..page 20 !6 [INTRO/ENDING/rit.] button..page 23 !7 [MAIN/AUTO FILL] button..page 23 !8 [SYNC START] button..page 19, 53 !9 [START/STOP] button...page 17 @0 [REC] button...page 37 @1 [PORTABLE GRAND] button..page 13 @2 [MUSIC DATABASE] button..page 36 @3 [REVERB] button..page 43 @4 [SPLIT] button...page 46 @5 [DUAL] button..page 45 @6 [HARMONY] button..page 42 @7 [TOUCH] button...page 44 @8 Drum Kit...page 15
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@9 MIDI IN/OUT terminals..page 58 #0 SUSTAIN jack..page 9 #1 PHONES/OUTPUT jack...page 9 #2 DC IN 12V jack..page 8
Voice List (page 64) Display (page 27) Song List (page 72)
Music Database List (page 71)
Style List (page 70)
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Changing the Voices
This instrument features a variety of realistic, built-in voices. The grand piano Voice is automatically selected whenever the power is turned on, but you can easily change this guitar, drum, or any of an extensive range of voices.
Grand Piano Voice
Try playing a variety of instrument Voices
Press the [VOICE] button.
The Voice number and name are displayed.
Voice number Voice name
Select a Voice.
Select the desired Voice by using the number buttons , [+], [-]. Refer to the Voice List on page 64.
The Voice shown here becomes the Main Voice for the instrument.
Using the [DEMO] button
Press the [DEMO] button to play Songs 001, 002, 003, in sequence, and playback will continue repeatedly starting again from the rst Song 001. You can stop playback at any time by pressing the [DEMO] button.
Press the [START/STOP] button.
Styles are rhythm/accompaniment patterns and are played by the auto accompaniment feature. You can select from a wide variety of rhythmic typesrock, blues, Euro trance, and many, many more. Here well learn how to select and play Styles using chords. While you play, you can automatically add specially created intros and endings, as well as variations in the rhythm/chord patterns, for more dynamic, professional-sounding performances.
Auto Accompaniment range Try playing chords with your left hand.
Play a melody with your right hand.
Select the String Ensemble Voice as the melody Voice, referring to step 2 on page 12.
Play along with the styles
Press the [STYLE] button.
The Style number and name are displayed.
Style number Style name
Select a Style.
Select the desired Style by using the number buttons , [+], [-]. Refer to the Style List on page 70.
Since the Pianist category Styles (098106) have no rhythm parts, no sound will be produced if you start rhythm-only playback. To use these Styles, turn on the auto accompaniment and play the keyboard as described on pages 20 (The bass and chord accompaniment parts will sound.)
Turn SYNC START on.
Press the [SYNC START] button.
Flashes when Sync Start is on.
You can also select commercially available Style Files. To do this load the Style Files from the computer to the instrument, and then register the style data starting with to style number 107. (Refer to the information on transferring data on page 61 and registering styles on page 55.) If the Style File has not been registered, No Data will be displayed when selecting style number 107.
Turn auto accompaniment on.
Press the [ACMP ON/OFF] button. Press the [ACMP ON/OFF] button again to turn the auto accompaniment off.
If you press the [START/ STOP] button while the auto accompaniment is off, only the rhythm (percussion) parts will start.
Appears when auto accompaniment is on
When auto accompaniment is on.
The keys to the left of the Split Point (54; F#2) will play only chords. This is known as the Auto Accompaniment range.
Never attempt to turn the power off when a Writing! message is shown in the display. Doing so can damage the ash memory and result in a loss of data.
In order to record only your performance, turn the Auto Accompaniment to off and record according to the normal steps.
(The ACMP ON is unlit.)
Use the Musicsoft Downloader to backup the User Songs to a computer (page 60).
Recording to a specied track
The User Songs are organized into two tracks: Track 1 and Track 2. You can specify the track you want to record to.
About track recording
If you start recording by specifying a track, the track will be overwritten (existing data in the track is deleted and replaced with the new recording).
Data that can be recorded to Track 2
Style playback* (including chord changes) or your own keyboard performance
Data that can be recorded to Track 1
Your own keyboard performance only
Record following the steps in the previous page, and your performance will be recorded to Track 1 and the Style (if you are playing one) will be recorded to Track 2.
* When playing the Style
You cannot record the Reverb Level, metronome click, or the Transpose and Tuning settings. The settings and buttons below cannot be changed, or if changed, the new settings cannot be recorded if entered during the recording process. ACMP ON/OFF, split point, reverb type, chorus type, harmony type, [FUNCTION] button, [PORTABLE GRAND] button.
Recording to the specied track
Only your keyboard performance can be recorded to Track 1. Either a Style or your performance can be recorded to Track 2, resulting in a User Song like that depicted below.
Track 2 Style Track 1 Your own keyboard Track 2 Your own keyboard
Track 1 Your own keyboard
Specifying track recording
Turn ACMP (auto accompaniment) on or off, depending on what you want to record. If you want to record Style playback, turn ACMP on. If you want to record only your own keyboard performance, turn ACMP off. Specify the track you want to record. Specify the track 2 when you want to record the Style. When you want to record your own keyboard performance, you can specify either track.
Recording to Track 1 While holding the [REC] button, press the [REC TRACK 1] button.
Keep in mind that both Tracks 1 and 2 will be overwritten with new data if you record without specifying the tracks. The both L and R ashes, this indicates that you have specied Track 1 when the Auto Accompaniment is on. If you want to record your own performance, press the [TRACK 2] button to stop the L ashing. If you want to record a Style, press the [REC] button to cancel the recording, and repeat the procedure from the beginning.
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 [A-B 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.
Littrack contains data.
Unlittrack is muted or contains no data.
You can stop repeat playback at any time by pressing the [A-B REPEAT] button. An oFF REPEAT message appears on the display. The A-B REPEAT mode will be canceled and normal playback of the Song will continue.
The A-B Repeat function will be canceled when you select another Song or Style mode.
Pressing one of the Track buttons [TRACK 1] or [TRACK 2] will mute the corresponding track during Song playback.
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.
Changing the Melody Voice
You can change a Songs melody Voice to any other Voice you prefer.
You cannot change the melody Voice of a User Song.
Press the [SONG] button. Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until SongVol appears.
Current Song Volume
Select the Song and play it. Refer to the section Playing Songs on page 16. Select a desired Voice by using the number buttons , [+], [-].
Set the Song Volume by pressing the number buttons , [+], [-].
Press the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the value to its default setting (100).
Set the Tempo by using the number buttons  , [+], [-]. After selecting a song, you can set the Tempo by simply tapping the [TEMPO/TAP] button at the required tempofour times for time signatures in 4, and three times for time signatures in 3. You can change the Tempo during Song playback by pressing the [TEMPO/TAP] button just twice.
Connect the PSR-E323/YPT-320 to external equipment only after turning off power for all devices. Then, turn on the power, rst to the PSR-E323/YPT-320, then to the connected external equipment. Reverse this order when you turn the power off.
MIDI cables (sold separately) must be used for connecting to MIDI devices. They can be bought at music stores, etc.
Preset Song data cannot be transmitted from the instrument by the Song Out function.
When the instrument is connected with another MIDI device, it transmits/receives performance data.
MIDI OUT MIDI IN
MIDI IN MIDI OUT
When the instrument is connected with a computer, it transmits/receives performance data.
MIDI IN MIDI OUT USB (Rear)
A USB-MIDI interface (such as the Yamaha UX16)
These settings should be made when transmitting/receiving performance data to a connected MIDI device or computer.
The PC settings instantly recongure all important MIDI settings (as shown below). The selections are PC1, PC2 and OFF.
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, Harmony, 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.
Song Out, Style Out and Keyboard Out can only be changed by the PC setting. They cannot be set independently. User Songs can be used with Song Out.
The chart of PC Settings
PC1 LOCAL EXTERNAL CLOCK SONG OUT** STYLE OUT*** KEYBOARD OUT**** * Off On Off Off Off PC2* Off Off Off Off On OFF On Off On On On
Set the PC mode to PC2 when using Digital Music Notebook. Digital Music Notebook is a major new multimedia platform for music tuition and performance. Visit the website below for more information on the latest version of Digital Music Notebook and how to install it. www.digitalmusicnotebook.com
You can set the Local Control in the Function Settings (page 56).
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.
Press and hold the [DEMO] button for longer than a second to call up the PC Mode.
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).
Select PC1, PC2, or OFF by using the [+], [-] buttons.
You can set the External Clock in the Function Settings (page 56).
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.
Determines whether Song data is transmitted (ON) via MIDI or not (OFF) during Song playback. *** Determines whether Style data is transmitted (ON) via MIDI or not (OFF) during Style playback. **** Determines whether keyboard performance data of the instrument is transmitted (ON) or not (OFF).
Remote Control of MIDI Devices
You can also use this instrument as a remote control device for the Digital Music Notebook application on your computer (via the MIDI connection) controlling playback, stop and transport functions from the panel. Remote control keys PSR-E323/YPT-320: To use the remote control functions, simultaneously hold down the lowest two keys on the keyboard (C1 and C#1) and press the appropriate key (shown below).
Transferring data between the PSRE323/YPT-320 and a computer
The PSR-E323/YPT-320 includes 102 preset Songs and 106 Styles, but you can load other Songs and Styles from your computer and use them in the same way as the preset Songs and Styles as long as the loaded Song is SMF format 0* or the loaded Style is SFF (Style File Format). Loaded Song data will be stored to Song numbers beginning with 108 and one of the loaded style/s can be registered as the 107th style. In order to perform the operations described in this section you will need to use a computer connected to the Internet to download the free Musicsoft Downloader application.
The Musicsoft Downloader application may not be able to access the instrument in the following cases: During Style playback During Song playback
Use the power adaptor when transferring data. The data can be corrupted if the batteries fail during the transfer.
MIDI IN MIDI OUT (Rear)
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.
Close the window to exit from the Musicsoft Downloader and re-enable control of the instrument.
Transferring a backup le from the PSRE323/YPT-320 to a computer
You can transfer backup data (page 41) other than Passing status of Song and Step to a computer as a backup le by using Musicsoft Downloader. Move the le from System Drive under Electronic Musical Instruments to the computer via the Musicsoft Downloader. For details about how to transmit backup les, refer to the Online help topic Transferring Data Between the Computer and Instrument (for unprotected data) of the Musicsoft Downloader. Data that can be transferred to a computer from the PSR-E323/YPT320 Backup le (09PK3.BUP: backup data containing ve User Songs) Songs transferred from a computer
Erasing Transferred Song Data from the PSR-E323/YPT-320 Memory
To erase all Songs transferred from the computer, use ash clear function on page 41. To erase specic Songs transferred from the computer, use the Delete function on Musicsoft Downloader.
Using Transferred Songs for Lessons
In order to use Songs (only SMF format 0) transferred from a computer for lessons it is necessary to specify which channels are to be played back as the right-hand and left-hand parts. Refer to the Lesson Track (R) or Lesson Track (L) in the Function Setting List on page 57. The procedure for setting the guide track is as follows: Select a transferred Song you want to use for lessons. Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until the R-Part or L-Part appears in the display, and then use the number buttons  , [+], [-] to select the channel you want to play back as the specied right- or left-hand part. We recommend that you select channel 1 for the right-hand part and channel 2 for the left-hand part.
Preset Song data cannot be transmitted from the PSR-E323/ YPT-320.
The backup data, including the ve User Songs is transmitted/received as a single le. As a result, all backup data (including the ve Songs) will be overwritten every time you transmit or receive. Keep this in mind when transferring data. Do not rename the backup le on the computer. If you do so, it will not be recognized when transferred to the instrument.
Panel Voice List
The Voice List includes MIDI program change numbers for each voice. Use these program change numbers when playing the instrument via MIDI from an external device. Program Numbers 001 to 128 directly relate to MIDI Program Change Numbers 000 to 127. That is, Program Numbers and Program Change Numbers differ by a value of 1. Remember to take this into consideration. Some voices may sound continuously or have a long decay after the notes have been released while the sustain pedal (footswitch) is held.
MSB (0127) 0 0
LSB (0127) 113 113
MIDI Program Voice Name Change# (1128) PIANO 1 Grand Piano 2 Bright Piano 7 Harpsichord 4 Honky-tonk Piano 3 MIDI Grand Piano 3 CP 80 E.PIANO 5 Cool! Galaxy Electric Piano 6 Hyper Tines 5 Funky Electric Piano 6 DX Modern Electric Piano 6 Venus Electric Piano 8 Clavi ORGAN 17 Jazz Organ Jazz Organ Rock Organ 19 Purple Organ 18 Click Organ 17 Bright Organ 19 Theater Organ 20 16'+2' Organ 20 16'+4' Organ 20 Chapel Organ 20 Church Organ 21 Reed Organ ACCORDION 22 Musette Accordion 22 Traditional Accordion 24 Bandoneon 23 Harmonica GUITAR 25 Classical Guitar 26 Folk Guitar 27 Jazz Guitar 28 60s Clean Guitar 26 12Strings Guitar 28 Clean Guitar 27 Octave Guitar 29 Muted Guitar 30 Overdriven Guitar 31 Distortion Guitar BASS 34 Finger Bass 33 Acoustic Bass 35 Pick Bass 36 Fretless Bass 37 Slap Bass 39 Synth Bass 39 Hi-Q Bass 40 Dance Bass
MSB (0127) 0
LSB (0127) 115
MIDI Program Voice Name Change# (1128) STRINGS 49 String Ensemble 50 Chamber Strings 50 Slow Strings 45 Tremolo Strings 51 Synth Strings 46 Pizzicato Strings 41 Violin 43 Cello 44 Contrabass 47 Harp 106 Banjo 56 Orchestra Hit CHOIR 53 Choir 53 Vocal Ensemble 55 Air Choir 54 Vox Humana SAXOPHONE 67 Tenor Sax 66 Alto Sax 65 Soprano Sax 68 Baritone Sax 67 Breathy Tenor Sax 72 Clarinet 69 Oboe 70 English Horn 71 Bassoon TRUMPET 57 Trumpet 58 Trombone 58 Trombone Section 60 Muted Trumpet 61 French Horn 59 Tuba BRASS 62 Brass Section 62 Big Band Brass 63 80s Brass 62 Mellow Horns 63 Techno Brass 63 Synth Brass FLUTE 74 Flute 73 Piccolo 76 Pan Flute 75 Recorder 80 Ocarina SYNTH 81 Square Lead 82 Sawtooth Lead 82 Analogon
MSB (0127) 126 126
LSB (0127) 0 0
MIDI Program Voice Name Change# (1128) 82 Fargo 99 Star Dust 86 Voice Lead 101 Brightness 92 Xenon Pad 95 Equinox 89 Fantasia 90 Dark Moon 101 Bell Pad PERCUSSION 12 Vibraphone 13 Marimba 14 Xylophone 115 Steel Drums 9 Celesta 11 Music Box 15 Tubular Bells 48 Timpani DRUM KITS 1 Standard Kit Standard Kit Room Kit 17 Rock Kit 25 Electronic Kit 26 Analog Kit 113 Dance Kit 33 Jazz Kit 41 Brush Kit 49 Symphony Kit 1 SFX Kit SFX Kit Sound Effect Kit
LSB (0127) 0 65
Some songs have been edited for length or for ease in learning, and may not be exactly the same as the original. A Song Book is available that includes scores for all internal songs (excepting Songs 13). To obtain the Song Book, complete the user registration at the following website. http://music.yamaha.com/registration/
Effect Type List
No. Harmony Type Duet Trio Block Country Octave Trill 1/4 note Trill 1/6 note Trill 1/8 note Trill 1/12 note Trill 1/16 note Trill 1/24 note Trill 1/32 note Tremolo 1/4 note Tremolo 1/6 note Tremolo 1/8 note Tremolo 1/12 note Tremolo 1/16 note Tremolo 1/24 note Tremolo 1/32 note Echo 1/4 note Echo 1/6 note Echo 1/8 note Echo 1/12 note Echo 1/16 note Echo 1/24 note Echo 1/32 note
Description If you want to sound one of the harmony types 0105, play keys to the right side of the Split Point while playing chords in the left side of the keyboard after turning Auto Accompaniment on. One, two or three notes of harmony are automatically added to the note you play. When playing back a Song that includes chord data, harmony is applied whichever keys are played.
If you keep holding down two different notes, the notes alternate (in a trill) continuously.
If you keep holding down a single note, the note is repeated continuously. (The repeat speed differs depending on the selected type.)
If you keep holding down a note, echo is applied to the note played. (The echo speed differs depending on the selected type.)
No. 10 Hall 13 Room 12 Stage 12 Plate 12 Off Reverb Type Concert hall reverb. Small room reverb. Reverb for solo instruments. Simulated steel plate reverb. No effect. Description
No. 5 Chorus 12 Flanger 12 Off Chorus Type Description Conventional chorus program with rich, warm chorusing. This produces a rich, animated wavering effect in the sound. No effect.
Keyboards 61 standard-size keys (C1C6), with Touch Response Display LCD display (backlit) Setup STANDBY/ON MASTER VOLUME: MINMAX Panel Controls [L]/[REC TRACK 2], [R]/[REC TRACK 1], [1 LISTENING 2 TIMING 3 WAITING], [KEYS TO SUCCESS], [PHRASE REPEAT], [A-B REPEAT]/[ACMP ON/OFF], [REW]/ [INTRO/ENDING/rit.], [FF]/[[MAIN/AUTO FILL], [TEMPO/TAP], [REC], [PAUSE]/[SYNC START], [START/STOP], [SONG], [STYLE], [VOICE], [FUNCTION], [PORTABLE GRAND], [MUSIC DATABASE], [REVERB], [DEMO], [METRONOME], [SPLIT], [DUAL], [HARMONY], [TOUCH], number buttons , [+/ YES], [-/ NO] Voice 108 panel voices + 12 drum kits + 1 sound effect kit + 359 XGlite voices + 2 XGlite optional voices Polyphony: 32 DUAL SPLIT Style 106 preset Styles + ash memory Style Control: ACMP ON/OFF, SYNC START, START/STOP, INTRO/ENDING/rit., MAIN/AUTO FILL Fingering: Multi ngering Style Volume Style Register Education Feature Chord Dictionary KEYS TO SUCCESS 1 LISTENING, 2 TIMING, 3 WAITING Phrase Repeat Function Style Volume, Song Volume, Transpose, Tuning, Split Point, Touch Sensitivity, Style Register, Main voice (Volume, Octave, Chorus Send Level), Dual voice (Voice, Volume, Octave, Chorus Send Level), Split voice (Voice, Volume, Octave, Chorus Send Level), Reverb Type, Reverb level, Chorus Type, Panel Sustain, Harmony Type, Harmony Volume, PC mode (PC1/PC2/Off), Local On/Off, External Clock, Initial Setup Send, Time Signature (Numerator, Denominator), Metronome Volume, Lesson Track (R), Lesson Track (L), Demo Cancel Effects Reverb: 9 types Chorus: 4 types Harmony: 26 types Song 102 Preset Songs + 5 User Songs + Flash Memory Song Clear Song Volume Music Database 100 Recording Song User Song: 5 Songs Recording Tracks: 1, 2 MIDI Local On/Off Initial Setup Send External Clock PC mode Auxiliary jacks PHONES/OUTPUT, DC IN 12V, MIDI IN/OUT, SUSTAIN Amplier 2.5W + 2.5W Speakers 12cm x 2 Power Consumption 10W (When using PA-130 power adaptor) Power Supply Adaptor: Yamaha PA-130 or an equivalent Batteries: Six AA size, LR6 or equivalent batteries Dimensions (W x D x H) 945 x 369 x 132 mm (37-3/16" x 14-1/2" x 5-3/16") Weight 4.9kg (10 Ibs. 13 oz.) (not including batteries) Supplied Accessories Music Rest Owners Manual My Yamaha Product User Registration
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