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Auto Power OFF To prevent unnecessary battery drainage, the PSR-200/PSR300 features an Auto Power OFF function that automatically turns the power OFF if the instrument is not used for approximately 10 minutes. The Auto Power OFF function does not operate when the PSR-200/PSR-300 is powered from an optional AC Power Adaptor, as described below. Using An Optional AC Power Adaptor Plug the DC output cable from an optional Yamaha PA-3, PA-4, or PA-40 AC Power Adaptor into the DC IN jack on the rear panel of the PSR-200/PSR-300, then plug the AC Power Adaptor into a convenient wall AC power socket. The internal batteries are automatically disconnected when an AC Power Adaptor is used. Disconnect the AC Power Adaptor when not using your PSR-200/PSR-300.
Use ONLY a Yamaha PA-3, PA-4, or PA-40 AC Power Adaptor to power your instrument from the AC mains. Other adaptors may cause serious damage to your PSR-200/PSR-300.
Top Panel Controls
[POWER] Button... page 4 [MODE] Button... page 6, 9, 10 [MASTER VOLUME] Control.. page 4 [ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME] B u t t o n s.. page 8, 10 [TRANSPOSE] Buttons... page 5 [TEMPO] Buttons... page 7, 10, 11 [SPLIT POINT CHANGE] Button.. page 6, 9, 10 [INTRO/FILL IN] Button... page 8, 9, 10, 12 [SYNCHRO START/ENDING] Button.. page 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 [START/STOP] Button.. page 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 [VOICE/STYLE] Button.. page 4, 6, 7 Numeric VOICE/STYLE Buttons.. page 4, 7 [DUAL VOICE] Button (PSR-300 only).. page 5 [SUSTAIN] Button... page 5 [AUTO HARMONY] Buttons.. page 11 [CHORD MEMORY] Buttons.. page 11, 12, 13 [SONG BOOK] Buttons.. page 13, 14 MULTI DISPLAY.. page 4 ~ 11, 13 VOICE LIST... page 4 STYLE LIST... page 7 SONG LIST... page 13
Rear Panel Connectors
DC IN Jack The DC output cord from an optional Yamaha PA-3, PA-4, or PA-40 AC Power Adaptor should be plugged in here when the PSR-200 or PSR-300 is to be powered from the AC mains supply (refer to Power Supply on page 1 for more details). HEADPHONES/AUX. OUT Jack A standard pair of stereo headphones can be plugged in here for private practice or late-night playing. The internal speaker system is automatically shut off when a pair of headphones is plugged into the HEADPHONES jack. The HEADPHONFS/AUX. OUT jack can also be used to deliver the output of the PSR-200/PSR-300 to a keyboard amplifier, stereo sound system, mixing console or tape recorder. MIDI IN and OUT Connectors (PSR-300 only) The MIDI IN connector receives MIDI data from an external MIDI device which can be used to control the PSR-300. The MIDI OUT connector transmits MIDI data generated by the PSR-300 (e.g. note and velocity dam produced by playing the keyboard). More details on MIDI are given in MOVING UP TO MIDI on page 14.
The transposition range is from -12 to +12, with -12 corresponding to downward transposition by 12 semitones (one octave, and +12 corresponding to upward transposition by 12 semitones. 0 is the normal keyboard pitch value. The normal transpose value (0) can be recalled at any time by pressing buttons at the same time. both the TRANSPOSE and
The transpose value is automatically set to 0 whenever the power switch is turned ON.
THE SPLIT MODE
The PSR-200/PSR-300 SPLIT mode allows you to play two voices at once one with the left hand and one with the right. The left-hand voice can be played to the left of the split point, set as described below, and the right-hand voice can be played to the right of the split point.
Select the right-hand and left-hand voices as required. When the SPLIT mode is first selected the current voice is assigned to the right-hand keys. If no other left-hand voice has been selected since the PSR-200/PSR-300 was turned ON, the ELECTRIC BASS voice (number 82) will be assigned to the left-hand keys.
The left-hand voice is octave-shifted to provide the best sound in the left-hand range.
Press the [MODE] button as many times as necessary until the SPLIT indicator lights this selects the SPLIT mode.
2. If necessary, set the split point as described below:
Setting the SPLIT Mode Split Point: The split point for the SPLIT mode is initially set at the C3 key. It can be set to any other key by pressing the desired split-point key while holding the [SPLIT POINT CHANGE] button. The split point is shown on the MULTI DISPLAY for as long as the [SPLIT POINT CHANGE] button is held. The C3 key, for example, would be displayed as C3. F#2 would be displayed as F-2. The sharp is indicated by the lit bar between the F and the 2. The SPLIT mode split point is retained in memory and will be recalled whenever the SPLIT mode is selected. Note that the split-point key is included in the righthand section of the keyboard.
Changing the Right and Left-hand Voices: Make sure the [VOICE/STYLE] button VOICE indicator is lit (press the [VOICE/STYLE] button once if it isnt). To change the right-hand voice press a key to the right of the split point. The current right-hand voice number will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY and a new righthand voice can be selected in the normal way. To change the left-hand voice press a key to the left of the split point. The current left-hand voice number will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY and a new left-hand voice can be selected in the normal way.
Starting the Accompaniment
2: The [+] and [-] buttons in the VOICE/STYLE group can be used to increment (increase by one) or decrement (decrease by one) the current accompaniment style number. Press the [+] button briefly to select the accompaniment style one number higher than the current accompaniment style, or the [-] button to select the accompaniment style one number lower than the current accompaniment style. If you hold the [+] or [-] button down, the accompaniment style number will increment or decrement continuously simply release the button when the desired accompaniment style number has been reached. Press the [START/STOP] button to start the selected accompaniment immediately, or press the [SYNCHRO START/ENDING] button if you want the accompaniment to start when you play the first note on the keyboard. If you press the [SYNCHRO START/ENDING] button, the three dots along the bottom of the MULTI DISPLAY will flash at the selected tempo.
The three LED dots at the bottom of the MULTI DISPLAY provide a visual indication of the selected tempo as follows:
1st. Beat 2nd. Beat 3rd. Beat 4th. Beat
When the power is initially turned ON, the 00 DANCE1 style is automatically selected.
If neither the FINGERED or SINGLE FINGER mode is selected, the accompaniment will consist only of rhythm (drums & percussion) sounds. Operation of the AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT SINGLE FINGER and FINGERED modes is described on page 9 and 10. A different accompaniment style can be selected at any time while the accompaniment is playing. The style number display will change as soon as the selection is made, but the new style will begin playback from the top of the next measure. The tempo will not change when the new style begins playing.
RHYTHM ACCOMPANIMENT Starting the Accompaniment with an Introduction
Any of the PSR-200/PSR-300 accompaniment patterns can be started with an appropriate introduction by pressing the [INTRO/FILL IN] button. The intro pattern will repeat as long as the [INTRO/FILL IN] button is held. Once the button is released, the normal pattern will begin playing from the top of the next measure.
Adjusting the Accompaniment Volume
Although the MASTER VOLUME control can be used to set the overall volume level, the ACCOMPANIMENT VOLand UME buttons can be used to adjust the volume of the selected accompaniment in relation to the right-hand melody voice. The fist time the ACCOMPANIMENT VOLor UME button is pressed the current volume will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY. While the current volume is still showing on the display, press the ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME butbutton to increase the volume, or the ton to decrease the volume. The selected volume level will be displayed on the MULTI DISPLAY while the volume is being adjusted, and for approximately 2 seconds after either VOLUME button is released. The volume range is from 0 to 24, with 0 being the lowest volume and 24 the highest. The default accompaniment volume value (21) can be recalled at any time by pressing both and the ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME buttons at the same time.
Press the [START/STOP] button, [SYNCHRO START/ ENDING] button or the [INTRO/FILL IN] buttons to determine how the accompaniment will be started (see page 7). If you press the [START/STOP] button or the [INTRO/FILL IN] button, the rhythm will begin playing immediately without bass and chord accompaniment.
Press the [MODE] button as many times as necessary until the SINGLE FINGER indicator lights this selects the SINGLE FINGER mode.
Press any key to the left of the split point to start the automatic accompaniment. If you press a C key, for example, a C-major accompaniment will be played. Press another key in the left-hand section of the keyboard to select a new chord. The key you press will always determine the root of the chord played (i.e. C for a C chord).
Setting the SINGLE FINGER Mode Split Point: The split point for the SINGLE FINGER mode is initially set at the D2 key. It can be set to any other key by pressing the desired split-point key while holding the [SPLIT POINT CHANGE] button. The split point is shown on the MULTI DISPLAY for as long as the [SPLIT POINT CHANGE] button is held. The D2 key, for example, would be displayed as d 2. F#2 would be displayed as F-2. The sharp is indicated by the lit bar between the F and the 2. The SINGLE FINGER mode split point is retained in memory and will be recalled whenever the SINGLE FINGER mode is selected. A method of initializing the SINGLE FINGER mode split point to its original default value is described on page 6.
Playing Minor, Seventh, and Minor-seventh Chords in the Single-finger Mode
For a minor chord, press the root key and a black key to its left. For a seventh chord, press the root key and a white key to its left. For a minor-seventh chord, press the root key and both a white and black key to its left.
The automatic accompaniment will continue playing even if you lift your fingers from the Auto Accompaniment keys. You only need to press the Auto Accompaniment keys when changing cords.
Press the [START/STOP] button or the [SYNCHRO START/ENDING] button to stop the Accompaniment.
AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT Setting the Accompaniment Volume
Set the volume of the Auto Accompaniment sound using the ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME buttons. The MASTER VOLUME control can be used to set the overall volume level.
The PSR-200/300 memorizes separate SINGLE FINGER, FINGERED, and SPLIT mode split points. The corresponding split point is automatically recalled when one of these modes is selected.
Use the TEMPO buttons to set the desired accompaniment tempo (see Setting the Tempo on page 7 for details).
The [INTRO/FILL IN] button can be used in the Auto Accompaniment mode to create pattern variations in the same way that it is with rhythm accompaniment patterns (refer to Adding Fill-ins on page 8 for details).
3. Select the desired accompaniment style in the normal way.
An octave i.e. two notes played exactly one octave apart will be detected as a chord suitable for major or minor, with the note played as the root note. All other FINGERED mode operations are the same as in the SINGLE FINGER mode.
This sophisticated feature automatically adds appropriate harmony notes to a melody you play on the keyboard. You can choose from 5 different types of harmony.
Only a single note can be played at a time on the keyboard (or the right-hand section of the keyboard when in the SPLIT mode) when the AUTO HARMONY feature is used.
THE CHORD MEMORY
The PSR-200/PSR-300 CHORD MEMORY allows you to record and play back chord sequences created using the Auto Accompaniment feature. You can record a complete accompaniment part, for example, and then play along with it using both hands youre free to use the entire keyboard for your performance rather than being limited to only the upper keyboard area. The CHORD MEMORY also has three separate banks that can be used to record different accompaniments. The banks can be chained i.e. they will play back in any specified order. This allows you to record a verse and chorus in different banks, for example, then chain them in the desired order for playback.
Chord sequences containing a maximum of 60 different chords can be recorded in each bank. Material recorded using the CHORD MEMORY is retained in memory even when the POWER switch is turned OFF (if batteries are present).
Use the [AUTO HARMONY] buttons to select a harmony type between 01 and 05. or The first time the AUTO HARMONY button is pressed the current harmony type number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY. While the current harmony type is still showing on the display, press the AUTO HARMONY button briefly to increment (increase by button to decone) the harmony type number, or the rement (decrease by one) the harmony type number. Holding either button causes continuous incrementing or decrementing. The selected harmony type number will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY while the [AUTO HARMONY] or button is pressed (the letter H will appear before the harmony type number).
Pick out an accompaniment style that is appropriate for the type of music you want to record. Press the [BANK 1], [BANK 2], or [BANK 3] button while holding the CHORD MEMORY [REC] button. This engages the record ready mode for the selected bank. The bank indicator will flash, the metronome will sound, and the three dots along the bottom of the MULTI DISPLAY will flash at the currently selected tempo. Press the [REC] button again if you want to disengage the record ready mode and perform some other function. If the NORMAL or SPLIT mode is selected, the FINGERED mode is automatically selected when the record ready mode is engaged. If the FINGERED or SINGLE FINGER mode is selected, no change occurs.
PSR-200/PSR-300 Harmony Types
OFF DUET TRIO BLOCK COUNTRY OCTAVE
The OFF setting can be selected at any time by pressing both the [AUTO HARMONY] buttons simultaneously.
In the SINGLE FINGER or FINGERED mode, the left-hand chords determine the harmony notes that will be applied to the right-hand melody. In the NORMAL mode, all harmony is based on a C major chord. If AUTO HARMONY is used at the same time as the SPLIT feature (see page 6) harmony will be not be applied to the lefthand voice. Left-hand chord fingerings are used to determine the harmony applied to the right-hand voice. Usable fingerings are the same as for the FINGERED mode. If AUTO HARMONY is used at the same time as the DUAL feature (see page 5) harmony will be not be applied to the second dual voice. If the synchro start mode is turned off by pressing the [SYNCHRO START/ENDING] button prior to playing, right-hand melody and harmony without accompaniment can be produced but the left-hand chords will still have to be fingered to produce the appropriate harmony.
3. Before actually beginning to record, you should set a
tempo that will be easy to record at using the [TEMPO] buttons.
4. Recording will begin as soon as you play a chord on the
left-hand section of the keyboard (SYNCHRO START operation). Recording can also be started by pressing the [START/ STOP] or [INTRO/FILL IN] button. In this case on the rhythm will begin without bass and chord accompaniment until you play the first chord on the left-hand section of the keyboard.
Press the [CHAIN] button while playback is stopped to engage the chain ready mode. You can disengage the chain ready mode by pressing the [CHAIN] button again.
5. Play the required chords. 6.
Press either the [START/STOP] button or the [SYNCHRO START/ENDING] button to stop recording.
Events recorded by the chord memory are: Style Number, Chord Timing, Chords, Intro, Fill In, Ending. Whenever you record using the CHORD MEMORY, any previously recorded material in the same bank will be erased. If you make a mistake while recording, simply press the [START/ STOP] button and begin again from step 2, above. If the AC power adaptor is disconnected with no batteries inserted, the contents of the memory will be lost. If the chord memory becomes full while recording, End will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
The BANK dam can be recalled at any time by turning the [POWER] button on while holding the button of the desired [BANK]. The CHAIN data can be recalled by turning the [POWER] button on while holding the [CHAIN] button.
PSR-200/PSR-300 Demo Song List
14 ORIGINAL THEME SING HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU SPRING CARMEN GRANDFATHERS CLOCK MINUET SOMETHING HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN EDELWEISS LA CUCARACHA AMARYLIS O,VRENELI GREENSLEEVES WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS
Press the [DEMO START/STOP] button to start demo playback. The demonstration will play continuously until the [DEMO START/STOP] button is pressed again.
A different melody voice, tempo, transposition, or melody effect parameter (sustain, harmony, or dual on the PSR-300) can be selected at any time while the demonstration is playing. Refer to the appropriate sections of this manual for instructions.
This is a feature that plays the accompaniment to a selected tune while you play a melody or ad-lib phrases on the keyboard. The tunes are the same as the demo tunes, and are selected in the same way.
MOVING UP TO MIDI
A Brief Introduction to MIDI
MIDI, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface, is a worldstandard communication interface that allows MIDI-compatible musical instruments and equipment to share musical information and control one another. This makes it possible to create systems of MIDI instruments and equipment that offer far greater versatility and control than is available with isolated instruments.
Use the [SONG SELECT] buttons to select a song number between 00 and 14. Press the button briefly to increment (increase by one) the song number, or the button to decrement (decrease by one) the song number. Holding either button causes continuous incrementing or decrementing. The selected song number will be shown on the MULTI DISor PLAY while the SONG SELECT button is pressed. Press the [MINUS ONE START/STOP] button to start playback of the selected song without the melody line.
When Minus One playback begins, the same voice as for the corresponding demo melody is selected. The DUAL setting and harmony type are also the same.
PSR-300 MIDI Settings & Functions The Remote Control Mode
The Remote Control mode should be used when the PSR300 is to be connected to a second keyboard which it is to control. If the PSR-300 is being used as the receiving device, it can be played from an external keyboard while the panel controls including auto accompaniment operate normally. Remote Control Mode Selection The Remote Control mode is automatically selected whenever the PSR-300 is turned ON. If the Multi Voice Mode has been selected (see below), however, the Remote Control mode can be re-selected by pressing the numeric VOICE/STYLE  button while holding the CHORD MEMORY [REC] button. rc will appear on the display.
Transmitted note numbers are not affected by the Transpose setting. In the NORMAL or SPLIT mode, all keyboard data is transmitted via the specified MIDI transmit channel. When the FINGERED or SINGLE FINGER mode is used, only MIDI data corresponding to notes played on the right-hand section of the keyboard is transmitted via the MIDI OUT connector on the specified MIDI transmit channel.
Remote Control Mode MIDI Transmission Normal Mode
Remote Control Mode Reception The following points apply to MIDI data received by the PSR-300 in the Remote Control mode.
MIDI start messages control PSR-300 rhythm, chord memory record start, and chain play start in the same way as the panel [START/STOP] button. MIDI stop messages have the same effect as pressing the panel [START/STOP] button when a function is running. OMNI ON means that reception can occur simultaneously on all available channels (1 through 16). When a single receive channel is selected, reception only occurs on the specified channel. In addition to note and velocity data, the PSR-300 responds to program change, sustain ON/OFF, start, stop, and MIDI clock messages. Transpose settings affect received MIDI note numbers.
Data from the left- and right-hand sections of the keyboard is mixed and transmitted over the same MIDI channel.
FINGERED, SINGLE FINGER Mode
Data from the left-hand section of the keyboard is not transmitted.
MOVING UP TO MIDI (PSR-300 only)
The MIDI program change number corresponding to the number of the selected voice is transmitted when a voice is selected. A MIDI START message is transmitted whenever the rhythm or accompaniment is started, and a MIDI STOP message is transmitted whenever the rhythm or accompaniment is stopped. The same applies to demo and chord memory start/stop operations. Accompaniment style, demo, chord memory, and transpose data is not transmitted.
Multi Mode Transmission The default transmit channel in the Multi mode is the same as that in the Remote Control mode, and can be set via the same procedure (see below). The transmitted data is also the same as in the Remote Control mode, except that no MIDI start/stop message transmission occurs.
Keyboard note ON/OFF data is transmitted via the specified MIDI transmit channel, but the internal tone generator does not sound (LOCAL OFF). The transmitted note numbers are not affected by the instruments TRANSPOSE setting. When a new voice is selected, the corresponding MIDI program change message is transmitted on the specified MIDI transmit channel. The internal voice assigned to that transmit channel will also change accordingly. The program change number is the same as the voice number. The channel-16 program change number will not be transmitted. Refer to the Multi-mode MIDI Implementation Chart on page 35 for more details.
*Refer to the Remote Control Mode MIDI Implementation Chart on page 34 for more details.
The Multi Mode
The Multi mode should be used when the PSR-300 is to be used as a tone generator, for example, receiving data from a second MIDI device (such as a sequencer). In this mode the PSR-300 can receive on multiple MIDI channels, each channel corresponding to a different voice. The PSR-300 panel controls will not function when the Multi mode is selected. Multi Mode Selection If the Remote Control mode is currently selected, the Multi mode can be re-selected by pressing the numeric VOICE/STYLE  button while holding the CHORD will appear on the display. MEMORY [REC] button.
MIDI Receive Channel Selection
Press the numeric VOICE/STYLE  button while holding the CHORD MEMORY [REC] button. The current MIDI receive channel number or ALL will appear on the display. While still holding the [REC] button press the key corresponding to the desired receive channel (C1. E2), confirm that the desired channel has been selected on the MULTI DISPLAY, then release the [REC] button. The E2 key selects the OMNI ON mode ALL appears on the display. The receive channel setting only applies in the remote control mode.
Multi Mode Reception In the Multi mode the PSR-300 functions as a multitimbre tone generator, allowing different voices to played on all 16 MIDI channels (channel 16 is reserved for rhythm only). Since the PSR-300 employs the Yamaha Dynamic Voice Allocation system, it is not necessary to specify the number of notes that can be played via each channel. A maximum of 28 notes can be played simultaneously via all channels.
MIDI note and velocity messages received on a MIDI channel will affect only the voice selected for that channel. Velocity sensitivity for each voice is set to a dynamic range of 48 dB linear. SUSTAIN ON/OFF messages are ignored. A program change number will select the voice controlled via the channel on which it is received. The new voice number is shown on the display for approximately 2 seconds. The program change number is the same as the voice number (00 99). Program change messages on channel 16 are ignored. MIDI start, stop, and clock data will be ignored.
Press the numeric VOICE/STYLE  button while holding the CHORD MEMORY [REC] button. The current MIDI transmit channel number will appear on the display. While still holding the [REC] button press the key corresponding to the desired transmit channel (C1 confirm that the desired channel has been selected on the MULTI DISPLAY, then release the [REC] button. The transmit channel is automatically set to channel 1 and the receive channel is automatically set to OMNI ON when the power is initially turned ON.
*Refer to the Multi Mode MIDI Implementation Chart on page 35 for more details.
If MIDI note numbers higher than C#6 are received when the DRUMS voice is selected (in either the Remote Control or Multi mode), the corresponding percussion sounds are produced.
C#6 = Voice Five D#6 = Voice Six F#6 = Voice Seven G#6 = Voice Eight" A#6 = Click Lo C#7 = Click Hi
Something not working as it should? In many cases what appears to be a malfunction can be traced to a simple error that can be remedied immediately. Before assuming that your PSR-200/PSR-300 is faulty, please check the following points.
The PSR-200/PSR-300 speakers produce a pop sound whenever the power is turned ON or OFF. CHECK This is normal and is no cause for alarm.
Data received via the MIDI IN connector is not retransmitted via the MIDI OUT connector (i.e. no echo-back) in either the Remote Control or Multi mode.
PROBLEM No sound. CHECK Are the MASTER VOLUME control and accompaniment volume levels turned up high enough? PROBLEM Rhythm wont start or no rhythm sound. CHECK Is the accompaniment volume turned up high enough? Are you sure you pressed the START button? Perhaps the PSR-200/PSR-300 is in the SYNCHRO START mode, so all you have to do is start playing. PROBLEM Auto accompaniment wont function. No lower keyboard sound. CHECK Auto accompaniment wont function if the FINGERED mode is selected and youre using SINGLE FINGER type fingering or improper chord fingering. Are you sure youre playing in the left-hand section of the keyboard when the FINGERED or SINGLE FINGER mode is selected? The left-hand section of the keyboard will produce no sound if synchro start is disengaged in the FINGERED or SINGLE FINGER mode. PROBLEM The accompaniment key changes while youre playing. CHECK Perhaps you accidentally pressed a key in the left-hand range. PROBLEM Auto accompaniment chords dont seem to change properly. CHECK Are you playing chords that the PSR-200/PSR-300 can recognize (see fingering chart on page 19)? PROBLEM The sound is distorted or intermittent. CHECK In this case, your batteries are probably flat and need replacement. 17
PROBLEM Sustain produces little or no effect. CHECK The sustain effect may not sound as deep as it normally does when used during accompaniment or demo playback. This is normal. PROBLEM Abnormal operation not listed above. Complete lack of control. CHECK The internal microprocessor may have been locked up due to static electricity or other causes. Turn the instrument OFF for a minute or so, then turn it ON again. If the power can not be turned off by using the [POWER] button, remove the batteries and/or unplug the AC power adaptor.
61 keys (C1-C6). PSR-300 has touch response.
OVERALL CONTROL; POWER (ON/OFF), MODE(NORMAL/ SPLIT/SINGLE FINGER/FINGERED), MASTER VOLUME, ACCOMP. VOLUME (+/-), TRANSPOSE (+/-), TEMPO (+/-), SPLIT POINT CHANGE ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL; INTRO/FILL IN, SYNCHRO START ON OFF/ENDING, START/STOP VOICE/STYLE; STYLE/VOICE, 0~9, +, -, DUAL VOICE ON/OFF (PSR-300 only) SUSTAIN; ON/OFF AUTO HARMONY; +/CHORD MEMORY; REC., BANK 1, BANK 2, BANK 3, CHAIN SONG BOOK; SONG SELECT (+/-), MINUS ONE (START/STOP), DEMO (START/STOP)
HEADPHONES/AUX. OUT, DC(9-12V) IN, MIDI IN/OUT (PSR-300 only)
2.0W x 2
10cm (3-15/16) x 2
Six SUM-1, D size, R-20 or equivalent batteries
AC Power Adaptor:
PA-3, PA-4 or PA-40
Dimensions (W x D x H):
931mm x 347mm x 137mm (36-5/8 x 13-11/16 x 5-3/8)
4.7kg (10.4lbs.) excluding batteries
Music Stand Six SUM-1 Batteries Owners Manual
* All fingerings shown are simple root-position types.
Minor major seventh
Minor seventh flatted fifth
Seventh suspended fourth
Seventh flatted fifth
YAMAHA [Portatone] Model PSR-300 Remote control mode Function Basic Channel Mode Note Number Velocity After Touch Pitch Bender Default Changed Default Messages Altered : True voice Note ON Note OFF Keys Chs O X
MIDI Implementation Chart
Recognized OMNI 1-16, OMNI 1 X X 24-127 24-127 O X 9nH, v = 1-127 9nH, v = 0, 8nH X X X
Date : 03/07, 1991 Version : 1.0 Remarks
Transmitted 1 1-X ********** 36-96 ********** 9nH, v = 1-127 9nH, v = 0 X X X
: True #
O 0-99 ********** X X X X O O X X O
O 0-99 0-99 X X X X O (*1) O X X O START/STOP
System Exclusive System Common : Song Pos : Song Sel : Tune
System : Clock Real Time : Commands : Local ON/OFF : All Notes OFF Messages : Active Sense Aux
Notes : *1 : External clock sync selected when external clock signal received.
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
O : Yes X : No
YAMAHA [Portatone] Model PSR-300 Multi mode Function Basic Channel Mode Note Number Velocity After Touch Pitch Bender Default Changed Default Messages Altered : True voice Note ON Note OFF Keys Chs O X
Transmitted 1 1-X ********** 36-96 ********** 9nH, v = 1-127 9nH, v = 0 X X X O X Recognized 1-16 1-16 1(*l) X X 24-127 24-127 9nH, v = 1-127 9nH, v = 0, 8nH X X X
O 0-99 ********** X X X X X X X X O
O 0-99 (*2) 0-99 X X X X X X X X O
System : Clock Real Time : Commands Aux : Local ON/OFF : All Notes OFF Messages : Active Sense
Notes: *l : 16-channel multi-timbre. Dynamic Voice Allocation. *2 : Not received on channel 16 (rhythm only).
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality
shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part
15 for Class B digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit OFF" and ON, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures: Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference. Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s. In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to co-axial type cable. If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620 The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
PLEASE RECORD THE SERIAL NUMBER OF YOUR UNIT IN THE SPACE BELOW. MODEL: PSR-200 MODEL: PSR-300 SERIAL NO:
THE SERIAL NUMBER IS LOCATED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS OWNERS MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE
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Dear YAMAHA customer!
You are holding our current export product line in your hands. This provides you with information regarding the entire Yamaha range in compact format. Illustrations and explanatory notes will guide you through it. You will receive detailed information, brochures and expert advice from your YAMAHA dealer. Of course, you can also put the YAMAHA instruments through their paces there. Our address is shown overleaf should you wish to contact us directly. Of course, you can also submit any queries, requests, suggestions or orders for catalogues on the Internet at www.yamaha.de. We hope you will enjoy this brochure and, of course, the instruments. Your YAMAHA team
KEYBOARDS Entry-level Keyboards PSR-E213, PSR-E313
PSR-E403, PSR-450 Overview - Entry-level Keyboards Light Keyboard EZ-200 Digital Drums DD-65 Portable Grand Pianos NP30, DGX-220 DGX-520, DGX-620 Overview - Portable Grand Pianos Orient. Keyboards PSR-R200, PSR-A300, PSR-OR700 Home Keyboards PSR-S500, PSR-S700 PSR-S900 / Overview - Home Keyboards Entertainer Keyboard Tyros2 Super Edition
8/9 10/14/15 16/19 20/21 22/23 24/29 30
Microphones, Active-Boxes, Studio Monitors Stagepas Portable PA System EMX Power Mixer, MG Mixer Power Adapter, Benches, Headphones, Cables, Pedals Stands, Bags, Dust Cover, Others
OVERVIEW - DIGITAL PIANO KEYS CLAVINOVA CVP-Series - Family Entertainment
CVP-401 CVP-403 CVP-405 CVP-407 CVP-409PE CVP-409PM CVP-309GP / Overview - CVP-Series 40/41 42/45 46/49 50/53 54/55 56/57 58/59 60/61 63/64 64/65
CLP-Series - Clavinova Classic
YDP-S30, YDP-S30C YDP-131 CLP-220, CLP-220PE CLP-230, CLP-230PE CLP-240 CLP-240PE CLP-270 CLP-280 CLP-280PE/PM Overview - CLP-Series / CLP-265GP
You will also find more information, software, tips and tricks on the Internet at: Internet: http://www.yamaha-europe.com http://www.yamaha.co.jp http://www.yamaha-tyros.de http://www.clavinova.de
The descriptions and photos in this brochure are for information only. YAMAHA reserves the right to change the products and technical data at any time without notice. As the technical data may vary from country to country, please obtain information from your Yamaha dealer. No liability is accepted for printing errors. Status: May 2007
CLP-F01 Modus H01
CP33, CP300 P70/S, P140/S
66 SOFTWARE DOWNLOADSHOP
THE YAMAHA MUSIC SCHOOL
An overview of the lesson range:
For pre-school children:
Robbie: Introducing infants from 4-18 months to music Toddlers: Musical hour of playing for children in the age of 1,5-4 years Music Wonderland: Musical early education for children in the age of 4-6 years Hrbie and Tnchen: Musical elementary education for pre-school aged children, including a keyboard instrument
Magic Flute: For children from 6 up, young persons and adults Fun with six strings: Guitar group lessons for children from 6 up, young persons and adults Keys 4 Music: Piano group lessons for young persons from 10 up and adults Fun Key Kids: Piano- or keyboard group lessons for children in the age of 6-10 years Fun Key: Keyboard group lessons for young persons from 10 up and adults
In the five decades of its existence, the YAMAHA music school has developed pioneering concepts for the teaching of music. In an international context, for example, the programmes based on fundamental research for children of preschool age are unique. At the YAMAHA music schools, cognisance is taken of current educational trends and findings, and these are put into practice. The teaching programs are constantly updated and are therefore always in line with the latest trends in research into the teaching of music. Learning with others is a particularly effective method of teaching. This is what our experience over the last decades has shown: by joining in, listening and making a contribution within a group, children, young people and adults quickly develop their musicality and the pleasure they get from playing. The open group lesson is therefore a firm part YAMAHA's teaching programme. The teaching programmes and highly trained teaching staff of the YAMAHA music schools are designed to provide versatile and comprehensive musical encouragement for children from as young as 4 months. Seamless follow-up teaching programmes and methods, which are carefully designed for communication appropriate to the particular age group, ensure that optimum use is made of a child's current development window. Young people and adults can realise their musical dreams in every musical genre. WE HAVE BEEN SPECIALISING IN LEARNING THROUGH FUN FOR DECADES!
The new entry-modell with many new voices and a stereo piano sound. 61 standard keys 375 Voices
incl. 361 XG-Lite Voices + 12 Drum Kits Stereo Piano 100 Styles 32 notes polyphony Reverb LC-Display MIDI In/Out W 93 / H 13 / D 35 cm
The entry keyboard for the ambitious player - now including music database! 61 keys with touch response 482 Voices
incl. 361 XG-Lite Voices + 12 Drum Kits + Sound Effect Kit 106 Styles 32 notes polyphony Style File Play (SFF) and Standard MIDI File (SMF) Reverb Music database Backlit Display MIDI In/Out W 95 / H 11 / D 35 cm
Entry level keyboard for pro level performance 61 keys with touch response 504 Voices, incl. 360 XG Lite-Voices 3 Cool! Voices 5 Sweet! Voices 155 Styles 32 notes polyphony 30 Preset-Songs
Music Database with 256 entries Pitch Bend 2 Assign Knobs for filter and effects Master EQ Performance Assistant LC-Display Flash ROM Preset Master EQ USB to host W 95 / H 15 cm / D 39
Great sound and playability are the focus. 61 keys with touch response 627 Voices, incl. 360 XG Lite-Voices 8 Sweet! Voices 6 Cool! Voice 1 Live! Voice 140 Styles with 2 Variations Stereo piano
32 notes polyphony LC-Display Music Database with 227 entries DSP Chorus Hall Dual & split sounds One Touch Setting Bass reflex Floppy disk drive Pitch bend wheel MIDI In/Out W 95 / H 17 / D 39 cm
Overview new entries
Light Keyboard And the lights will go on! 61 keys with touch response Lightguide (keys) 375 Sounds incl. 361 XG-Lite Voices + 12 Drum Kits 100 Styles 32 notes polyphony Stereo Piano MIDI In/Out
Keyboard Keys Touch Response Styles Voices Polyphony LC-Display Music Database Performance Assistent Master EQ Pitch-Bend Wheel MIDI In/Out / USB to host Floppy Disk Drive Measure (W x H x D) cm Weight / 93x13x35 4,4 kg
PSR-E313 PSR-E403 PSR-450
light weighted /-/ 95x11x35 95x15x39 4,4 kg 7 kg 227 / 95x17x39 8,5 kg
Lightguide /95x11x35 4,4 kg
The new digital drum in a new stylish design. 8 touch-sensitive drum pads 4 big, 4 small Pads 254 Voices 32 notes polyphony Stereo Drum Reverb Master EQ (On/Off) Hand Percussion Button Click (Metronom) MIDI In/Out
Incl. Sticks, Hi-Hat Pedal and Bass Drum Pedal!
PORTABLE GRAND PIANOS
Portable Grand Pianos
Portable Grand Pianos The new portable piano smooths the way for the coming painist.
61 keys with touch response 523 voices (incl. 35 oriental voices) 135 styles (incl. 83 oriental styles) 32 notes polyphony Reverb Chorus Dual Split Echo/Harmony Y.E.S. 5 MIDI In/Out W 95 / H 13 / D 37 cm
The new oriental keyboard based on PSR-S700 with bulit in 43 oriental voices, 168 normal and 146 oriental styles, 6 oriental drum kits and oriental scale tuning.
Specification as PSR-S700 but without IDC.
The favourable entry to the mid-class. 61 keys with touch response 659 voices incl. 361 XG-Lite 16 Cool! Voices 6 Live! Voices 10 Sweet! Voices 150 Styles with 4 Variations 32 notes polyphony Graphic-Display Lyrics + score function Music Database with 500 entries 4 One Touch Settings per styles USB to host USB to device Pitch bend wheel W 95 / D 40 / H 13 cm
Explore fantastic Keyboard worlds with the new Mega-Voice-Technology! 61 keys with touch response 813 voices incl. XG 18 Cool! Voices 14 Live! Voices 10 Mega! Voices 11 Sweet! Voices 205 Styles each with 4 Variations+ OTS 96 notes polyphony Graphic-Display monochrome Lyrics and score function LAN-connection for IDC Pitch bend- / Modulation wheel MIDI In/Out USB to host WHAT IS IDC USB to device W 100 / H 15 / D 43 cm INTERNET The straight way into the world wide web
IDC is a feature, that allows the keyboard user to access the internet directly from his instrument to download MIDI files.
Overview - Home Keyboards
Rising on the power of inovative features: The new star of Keyboard middle heaven. 61 keys with touch response 891 voices incl. XG 23 Super Articulation Voices 26 Cool! Voices 20 Live! Voices 15 Mega! Voices 22 Sweet! Voices 305 Styles with 4 Variations + OTS 128 notes polyphony Colour Graphic-Display Lyrics + score function Pitch bend / Modulations wheel MIDI In/Out Microphone input Vocal Harmony USB Audio-Recorder LAN-connection for IDC Text-Viewer USB to host USB to device W 100 / H 15 / D 43 cm
Keyboard Keys Touch Response Styles Mega Voice / Style One-Touch Setting Voices Polyphony Grafic-Display/Colour Lyrics-/Score Music-Database/-Finder Performance Assistent Master EQ Pitch-Bend Wheel Modulations Wheel LAN Port / IDC Text Viewer Video Out USB Audio Rec. (WAV) USB to Host USB to Device Measure (W x H x D) cm
PSR-S500 PSR-S700 PSR-S900
32 / / 95x13x40 light weighted 96 / -/ 100x15x/ -/ 100x15x43
YAMAHA top-keyboard now available as S U P E R E D I T I O N
Active 2-way bass reflex system fitted with an 8" cone and an 1" titanium compression driver. A built-in mixer provides three inputs (1 Mic/XLR, 2 phone/Line), master EQ. 2-way powered loudspeaker system, 400W. Separate amplifiers for high and low frequencies.
Stagepas Set 3
Microphone stand optional
MSP5Studio Bi-Amped 2-Way Active Speaker, 67W, Magnetical shielded, NEW! Woofer (40W) Titanium tweeter (27W)
MSP5Studio High stand optional
Active studio monitor speaker, 20W, 2 inputs (1 x cinch, 1 x balanced XLR / phone parallel)
Removable Powermixer with 10 input channels. 2x 250 Watts 2-Band Equalizer SPX Stereo Reverb (Ch 1-4) Monitor Output Compressor/Limiter Ch 1+2 Phantompower Ch 1-4 2x Speakers: 10" LF, 1" HF Integrated Speaker Mounts
HS50M HS80M HS10W
Active studio monitor speaker, bi-amplified, 2-way, 70W Active studio monitor speaker, bi-amplified, 2-way, 120W Powered subwoofer 50W
Stagepas500 - plus: 2 High stands Stagepas500 - plus: 2 High stands 1 Microphone stand 1 Mic' stand adaptor Stagepas500 - plus: 2 High stands 1 Microphone stand 1 Mic' stand adaptor 1 Stagepas rolling softcase
Stagepas Set 4 Stagepas Set 5 Stagepas Set 6
EMX Power Mixer
High-performance, light-weight powered mixer for smaller applications. 12 input channels: channel 1-4 balanced low/high impedance inputs (XLR / jack), channel 5-8 balanced low/high impedance stereo inputs (XLR/jack), channel 9-12 balanced/unbalanced. low/high impedance stereo inputs (XLR/RCA). Feedback channel locator. 2x 200W (4 Ohm). SPX effect processor with 16 programs, 2x 7-band GEQ, 1 effect out, 1 monitor out. Speakon connectors. Can be integrated using optional 19" Rack Mount Adaptor RK512. High-performance powered mixer for mediumsize applications. Same as EMCX-212SC, but with 2x 300W (4 Ohm) power amp and Compressor in channel 1-4.
for PSR-E213/PSR-E313/PSR-E403 for DGX-220/DD-65/PSR-450 Poweradapter for max. for 15 portable keyboards up to PSR-450
PA-3C PA-5D PA-10S
Bench cherry Bench rosewood Bench mahogany
Digital Piano Keyboards: Overview
Weighted Keys: Overview:
Natural Wood, Graded Hammer Keys,
with natural wood reinforcement of white keys Weighted: left heavy, right light 3 contacts for touch-sensitivity, as GH3 keyboard e.g. CVP-309GP, CVP-407, CVP-409PE/-PM, CLP-280, CLP-280PE/-PM,
SCC-225F SCC-225T SCC-228H SCC-TRSMS01 SCC-T2 SCP 80 SCP 120
black for PSR-E213/PSR-E313/ PSR-A300 antracite for DGX-220 black for PSR-450/PSR-A300/ PSR-S500 black bag for Tyros2 black bag for SCC-TRSMS01 TYROS2 with casters sturdy soft case for P70, CP33, side pockets, with casters for P140, with casters
Weighted: left heavy, right light 2 sensors per key for touch sensitivity (3 contacts, high - mid - low) e.g. CVP-403/PE/-PM, CVP-405/PE/-PM, CLP-230, CLP-240, CLP-270
DC-11A DC-14A DC-15A DC-16A2 DC-16ASP2 DC-19A DC-20A DC-21A
for DGX-220 for P70/S, P140/S for CP33 for Tyros2 for Tyros2 Speaker + Subwoofer for PSR-E403/PSR-450/PSR-S500 for DGX-520/DGX-620 for PSR-E213/-E313
SAMP. CD T2 Vol.1
Weighted: left heavy, right light 1 sensor per key for touch sensitivity (2 contacts, also known as GH2) e.g. P140, CP33, CP300, CVP-401/PE, CLP-220
DC-11A - DC-21A
Graded Hammer Standard,
Weighted: left heavy, right light e.g. P70, DGX-620, YDP-S30/YDP-S30C
SHDT2-40GB SHDT2-80GB DIMM PC133 SAMP. CD T2
HDD for Tyros2, 2,5 40GB HDD for Tyros2, 2,5 80GB Memory for Tyros2, 2 x 256MB Sample CD ROM Vol.1 for Tyros2 Available free of charge when you register at www.yamaha-tyros.de
CVP Family Entertainment: There's an instrument for the whole family in the new Clavinova CVP series: YAMAHA's classy combination of the elegance and playing pleasure of a traditional piano with the technical possibilities of a modern keyboard instrument. ` Perform a classical Etude or beat out a boogie with a big band backing: the right sound is ready for you in state of the art timbres and innumerable accompaniment styles, all at your fingertips via the MusicFinder feature. If you want more songs and styles, you simply go online with your instrument and download them. And when you want to record your performance, the Audio to USB function records it, vocals and all, to any USB storage device. For both experienced pianist and beginner, a CVP Clavinova is a musical jackpot. CLP Clavinova Classic: The Clavinova CLP series combines elegant design with state of the art digital technology. You used to play piano and you want to get back into it? Check out Clavinova CLP! These instruments are not just for the classically oriented beginner or music student. The professional pianist who demands authentic piano sounds and perfect keyboard precision will also find the Clavinova CLP to suit him. Practise to the built in metronome, use the recording function and play along with what you've recorded and perform your Moonlight Sonata at midnight without waking anyone: yes, of course the Clavinova has a headphones output.
Graded Hammer Keys (GH3) 88 Keys 913 Voices incl. 15 Mega, 24 Super Articulation Voices, 21 Natural! Voices, 22 Sweet! Voices, 26 Cool! Voices, 20 Live! Voices Dynamic Sustain Keyoff-Sampling 344 styles each with 4 variations + One Touch Settings 128 notes polyphony Colordisplay Lyrics + Score function Music Finder USB-Audio-recorder Mikro-connect. + Vocal Harmony Text-Viewer Video-Out USB to device LAN-connection for IDC 40 + 40W W 143 / H 89 / D 61 cm / 79 kg
Image in black polished Also available in mahogany polished and rosewood!
Image in rosewood
CVP-Series-Family Entertainment Maximum pleasure and expressive elegance - in polished mahagony.
Maximum pleasure and expressive elegance - in black polished
Natural Wood Keyboard (NW) with Synthetic ivory keytops 88 Keys 1089 Voices incl. 18 Mega Voices, 38 Super Articulation Voices, 38 Natural! Voices, 23 Sweet! Voices, 39 Cool! Voices, 56 Live! Voices Dynamic Sustain Keyoff-Sampling 408 Styles each with 4 variations + One Touch Settings 128+128 notes polyphony Colordisplay Lyrics + Score function Music Finder iAFC-System (Instrumental Active Field Control) USBAudiorecorder Mikro-connect. + Vocal Harmony TextViewer Video-Out + RGB Out USB to device LANconnection for IDC 60W x 2 + 20W x 2 W 143 / H 89 / D 61 cm / 88 kg
CVP-Series-Family Entertainment The noble grand piano!!! The CVP for the highest demands.
The CVP-309GP, featuring a premium quality stereo piano sample and all the Tyros sounds including MegaVoices, makes a great impression with its powerful internal speakers, producing a piano sound which even the most demanding can't resist. And it offers not only simplified controls, an XL colored notation display and USB connectivity but also dynamic and expressive styles and the playing pleasure of real wood keys.
88 keys 386 styles with 4 variations 468 voices 256 notes of polyphony Supreme Piano sample Dynamic/Sustain-/Key Off-Sampling Mega Voice/Style Great backlight colour LCD screen 640 x 480 pixel Music Finder 4 One-Touch Settings for each style iAFCSystem (Instrumental Active Field Control) Lyrics + score function Internet Direct Connection Digital Music Notebook (Software) Smart Media Slot 8 Registration Memories Performance Assistant MIDI In/Out/Thru Optical out Video out Vocal Harmony Sliding key cover with fold out panel 2 x 20 W + 2 x 60 W incl. floppy disk drive USB to host 2 x USB to device W 144 / D115 / H91cm / 118 kg
The favorite entry-digital piano now in black polished. GH3 Graded Hammer Keyboard 88 Keys 14 voices 64 notes polyphony LE-Display Chorus/Effect Reverb, Dual-Voice Internal Flash Rom-Memory to save songs USB to Host 2 track recorder Metronome 14 Demo Songs Sliding key cover MIDI In/Out/Thru 2 headphone connectors and headphone holder 2 x 20W W 141 / H 89 / D 51 cm / 65 kg
CLP-Series - Clavinova Classic Black polished ebony finish GH3 keyboard.
Graded Hammer GH3 keys 88 keys 28 voices 64 notes polyphony LE-Display Chorus/Effect Reverb Dual-/Split-Voice Flash Rom-Memory to save songs USB to Host USB to Device 2 track recorder Metronome 14 Demo Songs Sliding key cover MIDI In/Out/Thru 2 headphone connectors and headphone holder 2 x 40W W 141 / H 89 / D 51 cm / 68 kg
The mid-class digital piano with professional sound.
Image in cherry Also available in rosewood and mahogany
Graded Hammer GH3 keys 88 heys 28 voices 64 notes polyphony LE-Display Chorus/Effect Reverb Dual-/Split-Voice Internal Flash Rom-Memory to save songs USB to Host USB to Device 2 track recorder Metronome 14 Demo Songs Sliding key cover MIDI In/Out/Thru 2 headphone connectors and headphone holder 2 x 40W W 141 / D 51 / H 89 cm / 68 kg
The new digital piano with excellent piano sound for highest demands.
Graded Hammer GH3 keys 88 keys 38 + 480 XG Voices 128 notes polyphony LC-Display Chorus/Effect Reverb Dual-/Split-Voice Flash Rom-Memory to save songs iAFC-System (Instrumental Active Field Control) USB to Host USB to Device Metronome 16 track recorder 16 Demo Songs Sliding key cover MIDI In/Out/Thru 2 headphone connectors and headphone holder 2 x 60W & 2 x 20W W 142 / H 92 / D 52 cm / 91 kg
The new top model that leave nothing to be desired.
Black polished Image in cherry Also available in rosewood and mahogany Graded Hammer natural wood keyboard feature with real wood white keys 88 keys 38 + 480 XG Voices 128 notes polyphony LC-Display Chorus/ Effect Reverb Dual-/Split-Voice Internal Flash Rom-Memory to save songs iAFC-System (Instrumental Active Field Control) USB to Host USB to Device Metronome 16 track recorder 16 Demo Songs Sliding key cover MIDI In/Out/Thru 2 headphone connectors and headphone holder 2 x 60W & 2 x 20W W 142 / H 92 / D 52 cm / 91 kg Specifications as CLP-280 W 142 / D 52 / H 92 cm 94 kg
Overview - CLP-Series
Colour Keyboard Voices Polyphony Dynamik Samples / Stereo String resonance XG iAFC Key cover Hall (Reverb) Chorus / Effect Split Song-Recorder Flash Rom MIDI USB to Host / Device Demo Songs Power (Watt) Measure (W x H x D) cm Weight C/R GHS -/ fallboard 1 track In/Out x 6W 140x78x30 37kg C/R GHS -/ sliding 1 track In/Out x 6W 136x82x42 37kg
C / M / R / PE GH -/ sliding (nur Presets) 1 track In/Out 50+x 20W 141x82x42 45kg
C / M / R / PE GH64 -/ sliding 2 tracks In/Out/Thru /50+x 20W 141x89x51 65kg
C / M / R / PE GH3 14x variations 64 / sliding 2 tracks In/Out/Thru / 50+x 40W 141x89x51 68kg C/M/R GH3 38+480(XG) 128 / sliding 16 tracks In/Out/Thru / 50+16 2x60W,2x20W 142x92xkg
C/M/R NW 38+480(XG) 128 / sliding 16 tracks In/Out/Thru / 50+16 2x60W,2x20W 142x92xkg C / M / R / PE / PM NW 38+480(XG) 128 / sliding 16 tracks In/Out/Thru -/ 50+16 2x60W,2x20W 142x92x52 94kg
C = Cherry / M = Mahoganiy/ R = Rosewood PE= Black polished / PM= Mahogany polished
CLP-Serie - Clavinova Classic
The entry digital grandpiano for an affordable price. Graded Hammer GH3 keys 88 keys 14 voices 64 notes polyphony LE-Display Chorus/Effect Reverb, Dual-Voice InternalFlash Rom-Memory to save songs USB to Host 2 track recorder Metronome 14 Demo Songs Sliding key cover MIDI In/Out/Thru 2 headphone connectors and headphone holder W 143 / H 93 / D 115 cm
(Cover closed) / 97 Kg
The perfection in black. The new top model that leaves nothing to be desired.
Graded Hammer natural wood keyboard feature with real wood white keys 88 keys 38 + 480 XG Voices 128 notes polyphony LC-Display Chorus/ Effect Reverb Dual-/Split-Voice Flash Rom-Memory to save songs iAFC-System (Instrumental Active Field Control) Sounding board USB to Host USB to Device Metronome 16 track recorder 16 Demo Songs Sliding key cover MIDI In/Out/Thru 2 headphone connectors and headphone holder 2 x 60W & 2 x 20W W 143 / H 93 / D 115 cm
Design Line Its your life. Its your style. Clavinova design line.
Exclusive natural wood keyboard feature with real wood white keys 88 keys with touch response 38 Voices 2 track recorder New Stereo-Piano-Sample Sustain-/Key Off Sampling Reverb Flash Rom-Memory to save songs Effect Brilliance Dual-/Split Voice LE-Display MIDI In/Out/Thru 14 Demo Songs 2 x 40W incl. black polished bench W 143 / H 100 cm / D 40 / 71 kg
Also available in Blue polished - CLP-FO1 PB Black polished - CLP-FO1 PE Orange polished - CLP-FO1 PO Red polished - CLP-FO1 PR Picture in orange polished
With the H01 YAMAHA sets a new standard to design.
Natural wood keyboard 88 keys 10 Voices 64 note polyphony 3 Level Stereo Dynamic Sample 3 pedals Reverb Dual Transpose USB to device 2 headphone connectors incl. Music rest and bench W 146 x H 75 x D 76 cm / 88 Kg
H01 AG (Amber glow) H01 VR (Violine red) H01 DB (Deep Brunette)
incl. Music rest
The perfect find for the player who's looking for first class piano sound and feel in a compact portable.
Three layer stereo samples including sustain and keyoff provide the scope of expression which is usually only available from acoustic instruments.
88 graded-hammer action keys 14 voices + plus variation of every voice 64 note polyphony 3-Layer stereo AWM-samples with sustain and key-off and half-pedal function Pitch bend and modulation wheel 2 keyboard-zones for Layer and Split assignment Compact design with elegant black finis
The new flagship of the stage piano fleet
It features a 40MB 3-Layer stereo piano sample with sustain and key-off, and graded hammer action keys. With XLR outputs and master-keyboard functionality, integrated XG tone-generator, 16 track sequencer and built in loudspeakers the CP300 is a star of studio, stage, and study.
88 graded-hammer action keys 50 + 480 XG-Voices and 12 Drum Kits 128 note polyphony 3-Layer stereo AWM-samples with sustain and key-off and half-pedal function Pitch bend and modulation wheel 4 keyboard-zones for Layer and Split assignment, 64 performance banks Audio outputs XLR Integrated loudspeakers deliver 2x30W 16 track sequencer for up to 112 songs and 140,000 notes.
The perfect introduction to Yamaha digital pianos.
With its elegant design and hifi sound quality, the P70 is the perfect home instrument.
Optional keyboardstand in Black (L-70) or Silver (L-70S)
88 graded-hammer action keys 10 Voices 32 note polyphony AWM-Stereo-Samples Half-pedal/soft-pedal-effect with optional FC3 sustain-pedal Integrated stereo-loudspeakers with 2 x 6W Music rest, power-supply and FC5 universal sustain pedal included Available in Black (P-70) or Silver (P-70S)
Portable piano with speakers. 3 Layer-AWM2-Samples, incl. Key-off,Sustain and string resonance-samples 14 Voices 64 note polyphony 88 graded-hammer action keys 2-track sequencer, 50 demo songs Damper- and half pdal (included Sustain Pedal FC-3) 2 x 6W amplifier Available in 2 different colours:
black (P140) or silver (P140S) with top-panels on dark oak and maple
Optional keyboardstand L-140 (P140)
or L-140S (P140S)
MUSIC SOFTWARE DOWNLOADSHOP
including chart titles, hits, oldies, pop, rock, evergreens, classical music, folk music, medleys, etc. In the YAMAHA download shop anyone can locate new ideas and inspiration for their musical repertoire.
It's so easy to download files:
1 GO TO THE START PAGE, look for a title, listen to a sample (Demo) by opening "PRODUKTE" from the top menu
2 REGISTER AS A CUSTOMER: by selecting "ANMELDEN" in the top right of the site 3 ADD TITLES TO YOUR "WARENKORB".
Confirm the total for the shopping basket
Weekly upload of new titles, Charts and Standards More than 850 songs / 530 styles / 40 packs available Since May 2006: nearly 100 Songs in new TYROS2 format Since August 2006: new shop, alternative NEW! payment methods Search functions for title, artist and style Download of low prized single titles and packages Listen to a audio demo (MP3) before you buy Only 5.50 per song or style ( 7,90 for XT2 songs and medleys) 10% discount for more than 10 titles Secure payment by credit card (Visa / MasterCard) or Click&Buy Song and Style formats XT/2, X9, XA, GM inside Zip-File With lyrics, musical notation and vocal harmony track Optimised for YAMAHA keyboards + Clavinova
With our MIDI files you can get the best music out of your instrument, and even scores and lyrics in the display. We provide you with just what you need for any style of music.
Buying from YAMAHA on the internet is easy. Simply follow the instructions on your computer screen. You can find what you are looking for and receive the data automatically.
4A PAYMENT VIA CREDIT CARD. Enter your e-mail address and password. Enter name, credit card + verification number and the expiry date. (Visa / MasterCard) 4B PAYMENT VIA CLICK & BUY SERVICE. Register at C+B, decide the payment option. Continue shopping after your C+B account has been confirmed. 5 CONFIRM. The necessary information is sent to you by e-mail. To DOWNLOAD the title you have purchased please click "Mein YAMAHA Konto", select Auftrags-bersicht. 6 SAVE THE FILE ON YOUR PC and copy it to floppy disk or USB stick. 7 LOAD AND PLAY BACK THE TITLE ON THE KEYBOARD
Top midi files & styles with YAMAHA's standards of quality Created by our in-house programming team Hits for parties and live concerts Great rhythms for solo entertainers Pieces to practice Arrangements with which to play or sing along For professional musicians For home enthusiasts For entertainment or karaoke shows
You should set out from the appropriate START PAGE.
A gray navigation layer is situated in the area to the left, as well as on the horizontal top line. It enables you to move back and forth between the various areas of the download shop at any time. Under PRODUKTE you can use a variety of different search functions to find the titles you want, be they midi files, styles, registrations or packs.
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MUSIC SOFTWARE DOWNLOADSHOP BY ARTIST: Sorted alphabetically by SEARCH for "Robbie Williams" under: Robbie first name e.g. look
or "Green Day" under: Green Day
sure you correctly enter the information for your (card owners) name, the 16-digit number (omitting any spaces), the expiry date of your card, as well as the verification number. Confirm the credit card purchase by pressing WEITER FR KREDITKARTENEINKAUF. If you decide for the new alternative CLICK & BUY service (e.g. for bank collection or other payment methods), please press the prominent round Click & Buy button.
SEARCH BY TITLE: This gives you the chance to look for titles alphabetically. SEARCH BY STYLE: This capability lets you search for items that match your own personal taste or any musical
style that you need. of FULL TEXT SEARCH: At the very rightYoutop navigation bar you find a full text search engine. can look for any title, artist, format or other term you like. When you have found what you want, activating the DEMO buttons lets you hear the selected title before you buy it. You listen to a short audio sample (MP3) recorded directly from keyboard after playback of the top midi format, e.g. XT. If you like what you hear, then select that product by pressing the WARENKORB button. Make sure you have correctly chosen either the SONG (midi file) or the STYLE (rhythm accompaniment) for the title in question. This need not be your final selection, though. You can first collect titles in your shopping basket. You can change what you have collected at any time, for example by simply deleting (ENTFERNEN) from the WARENKORB any song you decide you don't want after all. The shopping basket also gives you a running total of the price and the number of titles you have ordered so far. Any further titles you select will be added to the list in your shopping basket. From there you can always press the EINKAUF FORTSETZEN button to return to the product selection for more titles that you can add to your shopping basket. Please check through all the titles you have selected to make sure that you do not make an incorrect order. Also, you should not forget to read our General Terms and Conditions (AGBs) under Service. Press the ZUR KASSE button to submit your order. Next comes the form for you to enter your personal details. You must provide your E-MAIL ADRESS. This serves not only for identification purposes but enables us to contact you in case of any problems, e.g. with the download connection. It is also important to enter a personal KENNWORT (password) for yourself on the line below. A confirmation of your order will be sent to the e-mail address you enter. For customers who are already registered, it is enough to enter your e-mail address and password, then press the WEITER button.
3. You will get to the page AUFTRAGSBESTTIGUNG (order confirmation). For the very last time you now have the chance to adjust the content of shopping basket. You may not object later to titles you have selected so make sure you have ordered the right ones. Make sure, too, that you have correctly selected "Song" or "Style", since these are often listed one after the other under the same title. Submit the payment process and press WEITER. You will see a message page like Danke fr Ihren Einkauf, shortly after you will receive a confirmation e-mail informing about your latest successful purchase. Please save this e-mail, as its used as an invoice document. Your purchased data are now ready for DOWNLOAD. Please go to MEIN YAMAHA KONTO / AUFTRAGS-BERSICHT. Any purchased title is listed here. Press "Click" in the DOWNLOAD column - left to the article and the relevant file will be saved on your PC in the folder that you specify. The files you download are provided as a compressed zip file. You can open this by double clicking on it in the selected folder of your PC or Mac. From there you can copy it to floppy disk (or USB stick) so that it can be loaded into your instrument and played. If the necessary decompressing program (WinZip) is not installed on your computer, you need to install the program in order to access your files. If an attempted download fails to complete, you have no need to worry. You are allowed up to ten attempts to complete the download. The link is only disabled after the tenth such attempt has failed. If this occurs, and also in case of any difficulties, please get in touch with our support hotline (e-mail: email@example.com) and we will help you soon.
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