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PIANO 01 GRAND PIANO 02 BRIGHT PNO 03 E GRAND PNO 04 HONKY-TONK 05 E PIANO E PIANO HARPSICHORD 08 CLAVI CHROMATIC PERC 09 CELESTA 10 GLOCKEN
ON / OFF
11 MUSIC BOX 12 VIBRAPHONE 13 MARIMBA 14 XYLOPHONE 15 TUBE BELLS 16 DULCIMER ORGAN 17 DRAWBAR ORG 18 PERC ORGAN 19 ROCK ORGAN 20 CHURCH ORG 21 REED ORGAN 22 ACCORDION 23 HARMONICA 24 BANDONEON
GUITAR 25 NYLON GTR 26 STEEL GTR 27 JAZZ GUITAR 28 CLEAN GTR 29 MUTE GUITAR 30 OVRDRV GTR 31 DIST GUITAR 32 HARMONICS BASS 33 ACC BASS 34 FINGER BASS 35 PICK BASS 36 FRETLESS 37 SLAP BASS 1
38 SLAP BASS SY BASS SY BASS 2 STRINGS 41 VIOLIN 42 VIOLA 43 CELLO 44 CONTRABASS 45 TREMOLO STR 46 PIZZ STR 47 HARP 48 TIMPANI ENSEMBLE 49 STRINGS STRINGS 2
VOICE STYLE SONG REGIST MEMORY MULTI PAD
51 SYNTH STR SYNTH STR CHOIR AAHS 54 VOICE OOHS 55 SYNTH VOICE 56 ORCH HIT BRASS 57 TRUMPET 58 TROMBONE 59 TUBA 60 MUTE TRP 61 FRENCH HORN 62 BRASS SECT 63 SY BRASS SY BRASS 2
REED 65 SOPRANO SAX 66 ALTO SAX 67 TENOR SAX 68 BARI SAX 69 OBOE 70 ENG HORN 71 BASSOON 72 CLARINET PIPE 73 PICCOLO 74 FLUTE 75 RECORDER 76 PAN FLUTE 77 BOTTLE
78 SHAKUHACHI 91 POLYSYN PAD 79 WHISTLE 92 CHOIR PAD 80 OCARINA 93 BOWED PAD SYNTH LEAD 94 METALLIC PD 81 SQUARE LEAD 95 HALO PAD 82 SAWTOOTH LD 96 SWEEP PAD 83 CALLIOPE LD SYNTH EFFECTS 84 CHIFF LEAD 97 RAIN 85 CHARANG LD 98 SOUNDTRACK 86 VOICE LEAD 99 CRYSTAL 87 FIFTH LEAD 100 ATMOSPHERE 88 BASS & LEAD 101 BRIGHTNESS SYNTH PAD 102 GOBLINS 89 NEWAGE PAD 103 ECHOES 90 WARM PAD 104 SCI-FI
ETHNIC 105 SITAR 106 BANJO 107 SHAMISEN 108 KOTO 109 KALIMBA 110 BAGPIPE 111 FIDDLE 112 SHANAI PERCUSSIVE 113 TINKLE BELL 114 AGOGO 115 STEEL DRUMS 116 WOODBLOCK 117 TAIKO DRUM
118 MELODIC TOM 119 SYNTH DRUM 120 REV CYMBAL SOUND EFFECTS 121 FRET NOISE 122 BREATH 123 SEASHORE 124 BIRD TWEET 125 TELEPHONE 126 HELICOPTER 127 APPLAUSE 128 GUNSHOT
PERCCUSSION KIT 129 STANDARD 130 ROOM 131 ROCK 132 ELECTRONIC 133 ANALOG 134 JAZZ 135 BRUSH 136 CLASSIC
MINUS ONE DIGITAL EFFECT
REPEAT TOUCH DUAL
NORMAL SPLIT SINGLE FINGERED
DUAL VOICE SPLIT VOICE HARMONY
PHRASE ACCOMP MELODY MELODY 2
* PRESS AND HOLD FOR A WHILE.
OVERALL DIGITAL EFFECT
DUAL VOICE HARMONY
ACCOMP LARGE/SMALL MEMORIZE 1 2
ONE TOUCH SETTING
ROCK 01 ROCK BOOGIE 02 ROCK POP 03 LT RK BALLAD 04 ROCK BALLAD 05 ROCK SHUFFLE 06 HARD ROCK 07 6/8HEAVY ROCK 08 SLOW ROCK POP 09 UP POP SHFFL UPBEAT POP 11 DETROIT POP
12 LIGHT POP 13 FOLK ROCK 14 POP RHUMBA 15 16BT POP 16 POP SHUFFLE 17 SURF SHUFFLE POP BALLAD 18 8BT BALLAD 19 8BT LIGHT 20 16BT BALLAD 16BT BALLAD POP BALLAD 23 SLOW BALLAD 24 EPIC BALLAD 25 PNO BALLAD
26 6/8 BALLAD ROCK & ROLL 27 ROCK & ROLL ROCK & ROLL BOOGIE 30 TWIST RHYTHM & BLUES 31 R & B 32 BLUES 33 FUNK 34 FUNK SHFL 35 SOUL 36 6/8 BLUES 37 GOSPEL 38 GOSPEL WALTZ
DANCE 39 DANCE POP 40 EUROBEAT 41 TECHNO 42 JUNGLE 43 POP RAP 44 ACID JAZZ DISCO 45 DISCO SOUL 46 DISCO POP 47 70S DISCO 48 DISCO TROP 49 DISCO PARTY 50 DISCO FOX 51 MARCH FOX
TRAD JAZZ 52 DIXIELAND 53 BIG BAND 54 B B BALLAD 55 SWING CONTEMP JAZZ 56 UPTEMPO JAZZ 57 COOL JAZZ 58 JAZZ BALLAD 59 JAZZ WALTZ 60 FUSION 61 FUSION BALLAD LATIN 62 FAST BOSSA 63 SLOW BOSSA
64 POP BOSSA 65 SALSA 66 MAMBO 67 MERENGUE 68 SAMBA BOLERO LENTO 70 SON CARIBBEAN 71 POP REGGAE 72 REGGAE REGGAE 12 C&W 74 BLUEGRASS 75 TWO STEP 76 COWBOY BOOGIE
77 C SHUFFLE 78 C BALLAD 79 C ROCK C ROCK C WALTZ WORLD MUSIC 82 POLKA 83 TARANTELLA 84 ESPAGNOLE 85 ZYDECO 86 TRAD WALTZ 87 MARCH 88 6/8 MARCH BALLROOM STD 89 QUICKSTEP
90 FOXTROT 91 JIVE 92 SLOWFOX 93 TANGO ARGN 94 VIEN WALTZ 95 SLOW WALTZ BALLROOM LATIN 96 CHA CHA 97 CONGA 98 SAMBA RHUMBA 00 PASODOBLE
DC IN 10-12V
s Top Panel Controls.....
1 POWER Switch.. page MASTER VOLUME Control.. page DEMO Button. page DIGITAL EFFECT Button. page LCD Panel.. page Number ~ and
[+/YES], [/NO] Buttons. page 9, 13
0 TEMPO s, t Buttons. page 24 ! FUNCTION s, t Buttons.. page 10 @ REGISTRATION MEMORY Section
MEMORIZE Button.. page 34 1~4 Buttons.. page 34 ACCOMP FREEZE Button. page 34
# MODE w Button.. page 11 $ STYLE Button.. page 24 % VOICE Button.. page 12 ^ ONE TOUCH SETTING Button. page 31 & Music CARTRIDGE Slot. page 44 * KEYBOARD Section
1 Switch ON
Turn the power ON by pressing the [POWER] switch.
2 Set an Initial Volume Level
Turn the [MASTER VOLUME] control up (clockwise) about a quarterturn from its minimum position. You can re-adjust the [MASTER VOLUME] control for the most comfortable overall volume level after playback begins.
3 Press the [DEMO] Button
Press the [DEMO] button to start demo playback. The PSR-320/420 SONG mode will automatically be selected and the number and name of the first demo song will appear on the top line of the display and the SONG [PLAY/STOP] indicator will light. The demo will begin playing automatically. The demo songs will play in sequence, and the sequence will repeat until stopped.
You can play along on the PSR320/420 keyboard while the demonstration is playing. Harmony effect (see page 31) may not be available for some demo songs. As the demonstration plays the guide lamps above the PSR-420 keyboard will light according to the notes played see page 50 for details on the GUIDE function.
4 Skip to the Beginning Of a Different Demo Song
While the demonstration is playing you can select any of the 16 demo songs by using the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons or the number buttons. Playback will skip to the beginning of the selected song.
5 Exit When Done
Press the [DEMO] button, the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button, or the AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT [START/STOP] button to stop demo playback, then press the [VOICE] button to exit from the song mode and return to the normal play-mode display when youve finished playing the demo songs.
When you stop the demo songs played in sequence and start again by pressing the [PLAY/ STOP] button, the selected song will play and stop automatically when the selected song playback has ended.
Basic Display Operation
The PSR-320/420 LCD panel is a large multi-function type that simultaneously displays and provides access to a number of important parameters. Basic operation of the display as well as the CURSOR, FUNCTION, MODE, and NUMBER buttons, and the meaning of the icons which appear in the display, are summarized briefly below.
The Cursor Buttons
The CURSOR buttons are used to select the various parameters which appear in the display. Depending on the selected parameter, the cursor may appear as an underline, or the selected icon or value may simply flash. Each CURSOR button moves the cursor in the corresponding direction. The [v] and [w] CURSOR buttons are also used to select functions within the function groups selected by the FUNCTION buttons in some cases.
CART (Cartridge) Appears when a Music Cartridge song, style, or registration memory is selected (page 44). BEAT Flashes at the current tempo and indicates the current beat during accompaniment and song playback. (page 26) OTS (One Touch Setting) Appears when the ONE TOUCH SETTING feature is engaged (page 31).
The PSR-320/420 has a range of functions selected via the FUNCTION [v] and [w] buttons e.g. voice selection, style selection, song number selection, etc. The currently selected function is indicated by an arrow in the display next to the function list printed immediately to the left of the display. All of the listed functions can be selected by pressing either the FUNCTION [v] or [w] button as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to the name of the desired function.
Accompaniment Track Parameters & Icons
The PSR-320/420 has 5 accompaniment tracks, each with on/off, voice number, and volume parameters that can be set as required (page 29). Each track has its own icon which appears when the track is on.
RHYTHM 1 BASS CHORD 1 PAD PHRASE 1
REGIST (Registration Memory) Indicates the currently selected REGISTRATION MEMORY number (page 33). TEMPO Shows the current tempo of accompaniment/song playback (page 24). TRANSPOSE The current transpose value (page 20). MEASURE Indicates the current measure number during song recording and playback (page 40). REPEAT Indicates the A and B repeat points when programming a repeat section. (page 51) The MODE button to the right of the display selects one of the PSR-320/420s four operational modes: NORMAL, SPLIT, SINGLE, and FINGERED. The currently selected mode is indicated by an arrow in the display next to the mode list printed immediately to the right of the display. All of the listed modes can be selected by pressing the MODE button as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to the name of the desired mode. NORMAL: SPLIT: The normal play mode (page 12). The split-keyboard mode in which different voices can be played by the left and right hands (page 15). The single-finger accompaniment mode which allows fully-orchestrated accompaniment to be produced by specifying chords using only one, two or three fingers (page 22).
FINGERED: The fingered accompaniment mode in which fully-orchestrated accompaniment is produced according to chords you play on the keyboard (page 22).
TOUCH DUAL HARMONY GUIDE
Feature On/Off Icons
MINUS ONE Appears when the MINUS ONE feature is on (page 49). DIGITAL EFFECT Appears when the DIGITAL EFFECT is on (page 19). TOUCH (Touch Response) Appears when TOUCH RESPONSE is on (page 17). DUAL (Dual Voice) Appears when the DUAL VOICE feature is on (page 18). HARMONY Appears when HARMONY is on (page 31). GUIDE (PSR-420) Appears when the GUIDE feature is on (page 50).
Song Track Parameters & Icons
Like the accompaniment tracks, each of the 3 song tracks has on/off, voice number (MELODY tracks), and volume parameters that can be set as required (page 35). Each track has its own icon which appears when the track is on.
ACCOMP MELODY MELODY 1 2
Playing the PSR-320/420
PHRASE ACCOMP MELODY MELODY 1
Selecting & Playing Voices
The PSR-320/420 has 128 outstanding pitched voices (voice numbers 01 through 128) and 8 percussion kits (numbers 129 through 136) that you can select and play on the keyboard.
1 Select the NORMAL Mode
If you want to play a single voice over the entire range of the PSR-320/ 420 keyboard, youll need to select the NORMAL mode. To do this, press the [MODE] button to the right of the display as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to NORMAL in the mode list to the right of the display. The other modes will be described later in this manual.
2 Select the VOICE Function
Before you select a voice to play, the PSR-320/420 voice function must be selected. The simplest way to do this is to press the [VOICE] button. This immediately selects the VOICE function no matter what function was previously selected. An alternative method is to press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to VOICE in the function list to the left of the display.
Kybd Vol function in the OVERALL function group can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [VOICE] button.
STYLE SONG REGIST MEMORY MULTI PAD DUAL VOICE SPLIT VOICE HARMONY OVERALL DIGITAL EFFECT
3 Select a Voice
The PSR-320/420 has 136 voices that can be selected by using either the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons or the number buttons. The voices are listed in the VOICE list printed at the top of the instruments control panel. The number and name of the currently selected voice appears on the top line of the display panel while the VOICE function is selected. q The [/NO] and [+/YES] Buttons When the VOICE function is selected these buttons step up or down through the PSR-320/420s voices. Press either button briefly to step to the next voice in the corresponding direction, or hold the button to scroll rapidly through the voices in the corresponding direction.
If the Voice Set function is ON (page 54), the Split Voice parameters will change automatically whenever a different keyboard voice is selected. The selected Split Voice parameter can be reset to its initial value by simultaneously pressing the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons. Negative values with S.Octave and S.Pan parameters can be entered by pressing the number buttons while holding the [/NO] button.
S. O cta e
S. P an
Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the SPLIT VOICE function.
This function turns the touch response of the keyboard on or off. Use the KEYBOARD [TOUCH RESPONSE] button to turn touch response ON or OFF as required. The touch-response icon will appear next to TOUCH in the display when touch response is turned ON. The actual touch response sensitivity of the keyboard can be adjusted via the Touch Sensitivity function in the OVERALL function group (page 54). When OFF (i.e. when the touch-response icon is not showing) the same volume is produced no matter how hard you play on the keyboard. Touch response can be turned OFF to produce a more realistic effect with voices that normally do not have touch response: e.g. organ and harpsichord.
Touch Response is turned on whenever the power switch is turned on. Touch Sensitivity function in the OVERALL function group can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [TOUCH RESPONSE] button.
When the DUAL VOICE feature is engaged you can play two voices simultaneously across the entire keyboard the keyboard voice you select in the normal way (page 12), and a dual voice selected via the DUAL VOICE function. The DUAL VOICE feature is turned on and off by pressing the [DUAL VOICE] button. The dual-voice icon (overlapping keyboards) will appear next to DUAL in the display when DUAL VOICE is turned on.
Changing the Dual Voice & Related Parameters
1 Select the DUAL VOICE Function
Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to DUAL VOICE in the function list to the left of the display.
DUAL VOICE function can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [DUAL VOICE] button.
Function Dual Voice Description The dual voice can be changed as required while the number and name of the current dual voice appear on the top line of the display. Sets the volume of the dual voice so you can create the optimum blend with the main keyboard voice. The volume range is from 00 (no sound) to 127 (maximum dual voice volume). Shifts the pitch of the dual voice up or down one or two octaves. 1 is down one octave, 2 is down two octaves; +1 and +2 are up one and two octaves, respectively. The original octave of the dual voice is determined by the Octave function in the OVERALL function group page 53. Positions the dual voice in the stereo sound field. The pan range is from 7 to +7". 7 is full left and +7 is full right.
2 Select the Effect
Use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons or number buttons to select the various effects (the name of the selected effect appears on the top line of the display.
Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the DIGITAL EFFECT function.
This functions allow the overall pitch of the PSR-320/420 to be transposed up or down by a maximum of one octave in semitone increments.
1 Move the Cursor to the Transpose Value
Use the CURSOR buttons to select the number to the right of the keyboard icon labeled TRANSPOSE on the display (the number will flash when selected).
Press the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the transpose value to 0. The new transpose value will apply from the next note played.
2 Set the Transposition As Required
Use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons or the number buttons to set the desired degree of transposition. The transpose range is from 12 to +12, allowing a maximum upward or downward transposition of 1-octave. A setting of 0 produces the normal pitch.
Negative values can be entered by pressing the number buttons while holding the [/NO] button.
The PSR-320/420 has 100 different accompaniment styles that can be used to provide fully-orchestrated or rhythm-only accompaniment. The PSR-320/420s sophisticated Auto Accompaniment system can provide automated bass and chord backing that is perfectly matched to the selected accompaniment style.
The maximum number of notes that can be played simultaneously on the PSR-320/420 keyboard is reduced when the Accompaniment mode is used.
1 Select the SINGLE or FINGERED Accompaniment Mode
Press the [MODE] button to the right of the display as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to SINGLE or FINGERED in the mode list to the right of the display. If you select the SINGLE mode, accompaniment chords are played as follows:
q SINGLE FINGER ACCOMPANIMENT Single-finger accompaniment makes it simple to produce beautifully orchestrated accompaniment using major, seventh, minor and minorseventh chords by pressing a minimum number of keys on the left-hand section of the keyboard. The abbreviated chord fingerings described below are used:
s For a major chord, press the root key only.
s For a minor chord, simultaneously press the root key and a black key to its left. s For a seventh chord, simultaneously press the root key and a white key to its left. s For a minor-seventh chord, simultaneously press the root key and both a white and black key to its left.
You can also use the CURSOR buttons or the number buttons to select the tempo value in the display, and then use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons to set the tempo value as required. In this case the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons can be pressed simultaneously to recall the default tempo. This can be done either before the accompaniment is started or while it is playing.
In this case, three-digit numbers (i.e. 100 through 280) are entered by first pressing and holding the  or  button until 1 or 2 appears in the hundreds position on the display, then press the remaining two digits in sequence.
6 Start the Accompaniment
There are several ways to start the accompaniment: q Straight start: Press the [START/STOP] button. The rhythm will begin playing immediately without bass and chord accompaniment. The currently selected MAIN [A] or [B] section will play.
SYNCSTART/STOP START/STOP INTRO MAIN
It is possible to select the MAIN A or B section prior to a straight start refer to 8. Select the MAIN A and B Sections as Required, below.
q Start with an introduction followed by the MAIN A variation: Press the [INTRO] button so that its indicator lights, press the MAIN [A] button (not necessary if its indicator is already flashing), then press [START/STOP].
q Start with an introduction followed by the MAIN B variation: Press the [INTRO] button so that its indicator lights, press the MAIN [B] button (not necessary if its indicator is already flashing), then press [START/STOP].
q Synchronized start: Any of the above start types can be synchronized to the first note or chord played on the left-hand section of the keyboard (i.e. keys to the left of and including the split-point key normally 54) by first pressing the [SYNC-START/STOP] button. Pressing the [SYNC-START/STOP] button alone causes a straight start to occur when the first note or chord is played. Press [SYNC-START/STOP] and then the appropriate [INTRO] and [MAIN] buttons for a synchronized introduction start. The BEAT display will flash at the current tempo when a synchronized start mode has been selected. The synchro start mode can be disengaged prior to actually starting the accompaniment by pressing the [SYNC-START/ STOP] button a second time.
If you press the [SYNC-START/ STOP] button while the accompaniment is playing, the accompaniment will stop and the synchro start mode will be engaged. The [INTRO] button can be used to select the INTRO section even while the accompaniment is playing. If you press and hold the [SYNCSTART/STOP] button the Initial Send function will be selected see page 59. The accompaniment split point can be changed via the Accompaniment Split Point function in the OVERALL function group see page 30.
Select the SINGLE or FINGERED mode (page 21) and an accompaniment style that is appropriate for the type of music you want to record. Also select the FINGERED fingering mode you want to use, if necessary.
the ACCOMP/MELODY Track 3 Engage Ready Mode Record
Press the SONG [REC] button. The [REC] button indicator will flash, and REC will appear in the ACCOMP and MELODY 1 track positions on the display indicating that the PSR-320/420 is ready to record. Flashing square brackets in both the MELODY 1 and MELODY 2 track positions indicate that either track can be selected for recording at this point use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons to select the MELODY track to be recorded, or none if you only want to record the ACCOMP track (REC appears in the selected track position). The BEAT indicator dots flash at the current tempo. If the Metronom function in OVERALL function group is turned on, the metronome will also begin to sound at the currently selected tempo (page 55).
If a previously-recorded MELODY track is turned on (its icon is showing), it can be monitored while recording. If you dont want to hear the previous track while recording, move the cursor to the corresponding track icon and press the [/NO] button to turn it off. The accompaniment track volume is the current Accompaniment Volume setting see page 54. When the record-ready mode is engaged, the measure number resets to 01. (Recording can not start from the specified measure).
Recording will begin as soon as you play a chord on the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard. If youve selected the MELODY track to record with the ACCOMP track, a right-hand note will also start the recording process. The [REC] indicator lights continuously once recording has started. Recording can also be started by pressing the ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL [START/STOP] button. In this case only the rhythm will begin without bass and chord accompaniment until you play the first chord on the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard. Play the required chords in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard. If youve also selected the MELODY track to be recorded, play the melody on the right-hand section of the keyboard. The MEASURE number on the display will increment as recording progresses.
Whenever you record using the SONG MEMORY, any previously recorded material in the same track will be erased. If the SONG MEMORY becomes full while the ACCOMP track recording, Acc Full will appear on the display and recording will stop. Recording is carried out in 1measure increments. If you stop recording in the middle of a measure, rests will automatically be recorded until the end of that measure. If you start the ACCOMP track recording by pressing the [PLAY/ STOP] button, no chord data will be recording until you begin playing on the keyboard.
No other operations can be performed during bulk dump reception. If an error is encountered during bulk data reception, BkRcvErr and then either MemClrSg or MemClrRg will appear on the display indicating that either the song or registration memory has been cleared. When a bulk dump is received, the received data replaces any data that was previously in the PSR-320/420 memory.
Data Backup & Initialization
Except for the data listed below, all PSR-320/420 panel settings are reset to their initial settings whenever the power is turned on. The data listed below are backed up i.e. retained in memory as long as an AC adapter is connected or a set of batteries is installed.
Registration Memory Song Memory Remote Channel Keyboard Out Song Out Accomp Out External Clock
s Data Initialization.....
All data can be initialized and restored to the factory preset condition by turning on the power while holding the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons. CLr Backup will appear briefly on the display.
All registration and song memory data, plus the other settings listed above, will be erased and/or changed when the data initialization procedure is carried out. If the PSR-320/420 has been locked up due to static electricity or other causes, turn the PSR-320/420 off and execute the initialize operation.
Appendix: Voice & Polyphony List
The PSR-320/420 can play up to 28 individual notes at the same time (i.e. it has a maximum polyphony of 28). This number includes all voices used: dual, split, auto accompaniment, song, and multi pads. If the maximum polyphony of the PSR-320/420 is exceeded, the excess notes will be truncated (they will not sound). Another feature affecting polyphony is the fact that some PSR-320/420 voices actually use two voices at once, as shown in the voice list below. The effective maximum polyphony of the PSR-320/420 is correspondingly reduced when these voices are used.
The voice list includes the MIDI program numbers that control each voice when the PSR-320/ 420 is played from an external MIDI device. The following voices use only one voice in the indicated ranges: 46 (Pizzicato Strings): all notes below C#2 and above F5. 110 (Bagpipe): all notes above A#2.
MIDI Voice Program Number Number 42 43
Percussion Kit List
* < indicates the content is the same as that of Standard Kit. * The number in parentheses ( ) after the percussion kit name is the MIDI program number. * The corresponding MIDI note numbers for the notes listed in the chart below are actually one octave lower. For example, the MIDI note number for note #36 (C1) in the chart is note #24 (C0). * Each drum/percussion voice uses one note. * The drum and percussion voices in same alternate group *14 can not be played at the same time.
C1 C#1 D1 D#1 E1 F1 F#1 G1 G#1 A1 A#1 B1 C2 C#2 D2 D#2 E2 F2 F#2 G2 G#2 A2 A#2 B2 C3 C#3 D3 D#3 E3 F3 F#3 G3 G#3 A3 A#3 B3 C4 C#4 D4 D#4 E4 F4 F#4 G4 G#4 A4 A#4 B4 C5 C#5 D5 D#5 E5 F5 F#5 G5 G#5 A5 A#5 B5 C6 C#6 D6 D#6 E6 F6
129: Standard Kit (0)
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SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE:
The information contained in this manual is believed to be correct at the time of printing. However, Yamaha reserves the right to change or modify any of the specifications without notice or obligation to update existing units. This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT operate for long periods of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist. IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before damage occurs.
Do not attempt to disassemble, or incinerate any battery. Keep all batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by the laws in your area. Note: Check with any retailer of household type batteries in your area for battery disposal information.
Should this product become damaged beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is considered to be at an end, please observe all local, state, and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of products that contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc. If your dealer is unable to assist you, please contact Yamaha directly.
Service charges incurred due to a lack of knowledge relating to how a function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the manufacturers warranty, and are therefore the owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your dealer before requesting service.
NAME PLATE LOCATION:
The name plate is located on the bottom of the product. The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate. You should record the model number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase.
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
This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America.
90 DAYS LABOR 1 YEAR PARTS
Yamaha Corporation of America, hereafter referred to as Yamaha, warrants to the original consumer of a product included in the categories listed below, that the product will be free of defects in materials and/or workmanship for the periods indicated. This warranty is applicable to all models included in the following series of products:
PSR SERIES OF PORTATONE ELECTRONIC KEYBOARDS
If during the first 90 days that immediately follows the purchase date, your new Yamaha product covered by this warranty is found to have a defect in material and/or workmanship, Yamaha and/or its authorized representative will repair such defect without charge for parts or labor. If parts should be required after this 90 day period but within the one year period that immediately follows the purchase date, Yamaha will, subject to the terms of this warranty, supply these parts without charge. However, charges for labor, and/or any miscellaneous expenses incurred are the consumers responsibility. Yamaha reserves the right to utilize reconditioned parts in repairing these products and/or to use reconditioned units as warranty replacements. THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY WHICH YAMAHA MAKES IN CONNECTION WITH THESE PRODUCTS. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANT ABILITY IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. YAMAHA EXCLUDES AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IN ANY EVENT FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow limitations that relate to implied warranties and/or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages. Therefore, these limitations and exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
If warranty service should be required, it is necessary that the consumer assume certain responsibilities: 1. Contact the Customer Service Department of the retailer selling the product, or any retail outlet authorized by Yamaha to sell the product for assistance. You may also contact Yamaha directly at the address provided below. 2. Deliver the unit to be serviced under warranty to: the retailer selling the product, an authorized service center, or to Yamaha with an explanation of the problem. Please be prepared to provide proof purchase date (sales receipt, credit card copy, etc.) when requesting service and/or parts under warranty. 3. Shipping and/or insurance costs are the consumers responsibility.* Units shipped for service should be packed securely. *Repaired units will be returned PREPAID if warranty service is required within the first 90 days.
Avoid listening with the headphones at high volume for long periods of time; doing so may not only result in ear fatigue, it may be damaging to your hearing.
To prevent damage to the speakers, set the volume of the external devices at the minimum setting and turn power off the devices before connecting them. Failure to observe these precautions may result in electric shock or equipment damage. Also, be sure to set the volumes of all devices at their minimum levels and gradually raise the volume controls while playing the instrument to set the desired listening level.
Using the music rest
Insert the music rest into the slots as shown.
Connecting a footswitch
Removing the protective lm
The sustain function lets you produce a natural sustain as you play by pressing an optional footswitch. Plug the Yamaha FC4 or FC5 footswitch into the SUSTAIN jack and use it to switch sustain on and off.
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
This is the beginning of the Song.
This is the main part of the Song.
This is the end of the Song.
This is the transition between main patterns.
Adding an Intro
Pressing the [INTRO/ENDING/rit.] button before playing back the Style automatically adds a short introduction before starting the actual (Main) rhythm. When the intro nishes playing, Style playback shifts to the main section.
Switching Main Patterns
There are two variations on the basic pattern (A and B). These are alternately selected each time the [MAIN/AUTO FILL] button is pressed. The main accompaniment pattern plays, and repeats indenitely until another sections button is pressed.
Adding a Fill-in
A Fill-in pattern is automatically added before changing to section A or B.
Adding an Ending
Press the [INTRO/ENDING/rit.] button to begin playing an ending section. Playback will stop when the ending has played all the way through.
If you press the [INTRO/ENDING/rit.] button a second time (while the ending is playing) the ending will play ritardando (the tempo will gradually get slower).
Playing chords along with score of the Song
Below is an example of a melody score with chord indications.
Play the melody on the staff with your right hand, and chords with your left hand. Find the appropriate chords on the next page and play them as illustrated.
Chord names From the chord name, you can tell at a glance what type of chord it is and which notes make up the chord. Understanding the basic structure of chords is very usefulonce youre familiar with this, youll be quickly and easily play chords by looking at the names that appear above the notation.
Root note Chord type
Taking the chord above as an example, the lowest note of this triad is called the root note. This is the central note sound, and it supports or anchors the rest of the notes chord. Upper case letters (including sharps or ats) at the left of the chord name shows root note. The chord name is determined by a root note and chord type like as major or minor, and so on.
User Songs cannot be used for the lesson.
The instrument includes 102 built in Songs. Some Songs (as shown below) are intended for use as right-hand lessons, and cannot be used for left-hand or both-hands lessons. Songs for right-hand lesson Song numbers: 020050, 071076, 079
Select the part you want to practice. Press the [R] button for a right-hand lesson, [L] button for a left-hand lesson, or press both the [R] and [L] buttons simultaneously for a bothhands lesson. The selected part is displayed.
Left-hand lesson Right-hand lesson
A No LPart message is shown in the display if you select the left part in one of the Songs intended for right-hand lesson, which do not have left part data. These Songs cannot be used for left-hand or both-hands lessons.
For songs transferred from a computer, the No LPart indication does not appear, even when there is no left hand part in the song.
Select the lesson mode. Each time the [1 LISTENING 2 TIMING 3 WAITING] button is pressed the lesson modes are selected in sequence: 1 Listening 2 Timing 3 Waiting Off 1 Listening.etc. The currently selected lesson mode is shown in the display. For this example select 1 Listening.
When the melody Voice of the Song is changed, the key position shown in the display may be shifted (in octave units), depending on the Voice selected.
LISTEN TIMING WAITING Chevaler
Start Lesson. Song playback will begin automatically when you select Lesson mode, and the appropriate notes appear in the display.
You cannot use Dual or Split Voices during lessons. The Split Point is xed and it cannot be changed. For the left-hand lesson, it is xed at 59 or B2; for the left-hand chord lesson, it is xed at 54 or F#2.
1 Listening Theres no need to play the keyboard in this mode. The model melody/chords (in other words, the musical material you should learn) of the part you selected will sound. Listen to it carefully and learn it well.
The notation and key positions of the model melody are shown in the display.
Lesson 2 Timing will begin as soon as you press the [1 LISTENING 2 TIMING 3 WAITING] 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.
Flashes when track 1 is selected for recording.
Recording to Track 2 While holding the [REC] button, press the [REC TRACK 2] button.
Press simultaneously Lights when recorded data exists. Turns off when there is no recorded data, or when Mute is set to on (page 51) to turn off playback of the track.
Press the [+], [-] buttons to select the User Song you want to record.
If you want to record Style playback to Track 2, press the [STYLE] button and select the desired Style.
If you want to record only the rhythm (percussion) part, press the [START/STOP] button to play just the rhythm, then add the section change by pressing the [INTO/ENDING/rit.] button or [MAIN/ AUTO FILL] button. You can record a new track while listening to a previously recorded track (the track indication will appear). You can also mute recorded tracks (the track will disappear) while recording a new track by pressing the desired track button.
Start recording Perform steps 2 and 3 on pages 3738. By playing keys to the left of the Split Point when the Auto Accompaniment is set to on, the Style starts sounding and is recorded. Only your performance is recorded by playing the keyboard (any key is OK) when the Auto Accompaniment is set to off.
Flashes when track 2 is selected for recording.
Deleting User Songs
Deleting an entire User Song.
Press the [FUNCTION] button as many time as necessary to select the style le load function StyleReg.
After about 2 seconds the name of a registerable style le will appear in the display. If multiple loadable style les have been transferred to the instrument, you can use the [+] and [-] buttons to select the other les in sequence.
Execute the register operation. With the name of the style le you want to register shown in the display, press the number  button.
A conrmation message for the register operation will appear. Press the [+/YES] button to actually register the le.
The [FUNCTION] button gives you access to a variety of operations related to adjusting or enhancing the sound and making settings for connection to external devices.
Select the item and change the value
There are 34 different items that can be set.
Set the value by using the number buttons , [+], [-].
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until desired item appears. Each time the [FUNCTION] button is pressed 34 function items are displayed in sequence. The description and display sample is provided on the Function Setting List on page 5657.
For on/off settings or the PC Mode setting, use [+]/[-] buttons.
Press the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the numeric parameter to its default setting.
Function Setting List
Item Style Volume Song Volume Transpose Tuning Split Point Display StyleVol SongVol TransPos Tuning SplitPnt Range/settings -120012 -(C-2G8) Description Determines the volume of the Style. Determines the volume of the Song. Determines the pitch of the instrument by semitone increments. Sets the pitch of the instruments sound in 1-cent increments. Determines the highest key for the Split Voice and sets the Split pointin other words, the key that separates the Split (lower) and Main (upper) Voices. The Split Point setting and Accompaniment Split Point setting are automatically set to the same value. When Touch Response is on, this determines the sensitivity of the feature. Select and register a style le from ash les that are loaded from computer. Determines the volume of the Main Voice. Determines the octave range for the Main Voice. Determines how much of the Main Voices signal is sent to the Chorus effect.
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 SMF (Standard MIDI File) format is one of the most common and widely compatible sequence formats used for storing sequence data. Most commercially available MIDI sequence data is provided in SMF Format 0.
C6: Fast forward B5: Start A5: Stop G5: Rewind F5: Top (move to the beginning of the song) E5: Metronome ON/OFF
Installing Musicsoft Downloader
You can download the Musicsoft Downloader application from the following website. Make sure that your computer has an Internet connection.
Remote control of MIDI devices will function independently of the PC2 mode.
PSR-E323/YPT-320 Panel Setting Transmission (Initial Send)
Sends the PSR-E323/YPT-320 panel settings to an external MIDI device. When recording a PSR-E323/YPT-320 performance to an external sequencer or similar equipment, you can use this function to send the current PSR-E323/YPT-320 panel settings so that when the sequence is played back the original panel settings are automatically restored. You can set Initial Send in the Function settings (page 56).
Visit the Yamaha website for more information on the latest version of Musicsoft Downloader (version 5.4.0 or higher) and how to install it.
The minimum computer requirements for Musicsoft Downloader operation are as follows: OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista
* Only 32-bit is supported.
: 233 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron processor family (500 MHz or more is recommended) Memory : 64 MB or more (256 MB or more is recommended) Hard Disk : at least 128 MB of free space (at least 512 MB of free space is recommended) Display : 800 x 600 HighColor (16-bit) Other : Microsoft Internet Explorer5.5 or higher
Connecting a personal computer
After installing the Musicsoft Downloader application on your computer, connect the PSR-E323/ YPT-320 as described below. A Yamaha UX16 or similar USB-MIDI interface (sold separately) will be necessary for MIDI connection between the PSR-E323/YPT-320 and a USB-equipped computer. Make sure to purchase a Yamaha UX16 or a quality USB-MIDI interface at a musical instrument store, computer store or electrical appliance store. If you use the UX16 interface, install the driver supplied with the interface on your computer.
Transferring a le from a computer
You can transmit Song les and Style Files from your computer to the Flash Memory on your instrument. Move the le from the computer to Flash Memory under Electronic Musical Instruments via the Musicsoft Downloader. For details about how to transmit Song le and Style File, refer to the Online help topic Transferring Data Between the Computer and Instrument (for unprotected data) of the Musicsoft Downloader. Data that can be loaded to the PSRE323/YPT-320 from a computer Songs : 99 Songs max (Song numbers 108) Data : 373 kilobytes Data Format : SMF Format 0 and 1 File : 09PK3.BUP (Backup le) : ***.mid (MIDI Song) : ***.sty (Style File)
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.
C1 D1 E1 F1 G1
A1 B1 C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 G#2 A2 B2 C3 D3 E3 F3 G3 G#3 A3 B3 C4 D4 E4 F4 G4 G#4 A4 B4 C5 D5 E5 F5 G5 G#5 A5 B5 C6 A#5 D#5 A#4 D#4 A#3 D#3 A#2 D#2 A#1
Voice No. MSB(0127) / LSB(0127) / PC(1128) Keyboard MIDI Key Alternate Off Group Note# Note Note# Note 25 C# C# -26 D D -27 D# D# -E E -F F -30 F# F# -31 G G -G# G# -A A -A# A# -B B -C C C# C# D D 0 O 39 D# D# E E 0 O 41 F F 0 O 42 F# F# G G G# G# A A A# A# B B C C C# C# D D D# D# E E F F F# F# 55 G G G# G# 57 A A A# A# 59 B B C C C# C# D D D# D# E E F F F# F# G G G# G# A A A# A# B B C C C# C# D D D# D# E E F F F# F# G G G# G# A A A# A# B B 3 O 84 C C 4 O 85 C# C# D D 4 O 87 D# D# E E F F F# F# G G G# G# 93 A A 94 A# A# B B C C C# C# D D D# D# E E F F F# F# G G 5
109 127/0/1 Standard Kit 1 Surdo Mute Surdo Open Hi Q Whip Slap Scratch Push Scratch Pull Finger Snap Click Noise Metronome Click Metronome Bell Seq Click L Seq Click H Brush Tap Brush Swirl Brush Slap Brush Tap Swirl Snare Roll Castanet Snare H Soft Sticks Bass Drum Soft Open Rim Shot Bass Drum Hard Bass Drum Side Stick Snare M Hand Clap Snare H Hard Floor Tom L Hi-Hat Closed Floor Tom H Hi-Hat Pedal Low Tom Hi-Hat Open Mid Tom L Mid Tom H Crash Cymbal 1 High Tom Ride Cymbal 1 Chinese Cymbal Ride Cymbal Cup Tambourine Splash Cymbal Cowbell Crash Cymbal 2 Vibraslap Ride Cymbal 2 Bongo H Bongo L Conga H Mute Conga H Open Conga L Timbale H Timbale L Agogo H Agogo L Cabasa Maracas Samba Whistle H Samba Whistle L Guiro Short Guiro Long Claves Wood Block H Wood Block L Cuica Mute Cuica Open Triangle Mute Triangle Open Shaker Jingle Bell Bell Tree
110 127/0/2 Standard Kit 2
111 127/0/9 Room Kit
112 127/0/17 Rock Kit
113 127/0/25 Electronic Kit
Reverse Cymbal Hi Q 2 Snare L Bass Drum H Open Rim Shot 2 Bass Drum 2 Snare M 2 Snare H Hard 2 SD Room L SD Room H Room Tom 1 Room Tom 2 Room Tom 3 Room Tom 4 Room Tom 5 Room Tom 6 Bass Drum H BD Rock SD Rock L SD Rock Rim Rock Tom 1 Rock Tom 2 Rock Tom 3 Rock Tom 4 Rock Tom 5 Rock Tom 6 BD Rock BD Gate SD Rock L SD Rock H E Tom 1 E Tom 2 E Tom 3 E Tom 4 E Tom 5 E Tom 6
Snare H Soft 2
SD Rock H
Scratch Push Scratch Pull
114 127/0/26 Analog Kit
115 127/0/28 Dance Kit
116 127/0/33 Jazz Kit
117 127/0/41 Brush Kit
118 127/0/49 Symphony Kit
119 126/0/1 SFX Kit 1
120 126/0/2 SFX Kit 2
121 126/0/113 Sound Effect Kit
Reverse Cymbal Reverse Cymbal Hi Q 2 AnSD Snappy AnBD Dance-1 AnSD OpenRim AnBD Dance-2 AnBD Dance-3 Analog Side Stick AnSD Q AnSD Ana+Acoustic Analog Tom 1 Analog HH Closed 3 Analog Tom 2 Analog HH Closed 4 Analog Tom 3 Analog HH Open 2 Analog Tom 4 Analog Tom 5 Analog Cymbal Analog Tom 6 Drum Loop SD Jazz H Light Brush Slap L Bass Drum L Gran Cassa Gran Cassa Mute Marching Sn M String Slap Analog Snare 2 Analog Tom 1 Analog HH Closed 1 Analog Tom 2 Analog HH Closed 2 Analog Tom 3 Analog HH Open Analog Tom 4 Analog Tom 5 Analog Cymbal Analog Tom 6 SD Jazz M Jazz Tom 1 Jazz Tom 2 Jazz Tom 3 Jazz Tom 4 Jazz Tom 5 Jazz Tom 6 Brush Tap Brush Tom 1 Brush Tom 2 Brush Tom 3 Brush Tom 4 Brush Tom 5 Brush Tom 6 Marching Sn H Jazz Tom 1 Jazz Tom 2 Jazz Tom 3 Jazz Tom 4 Jazz Tom 5 Hand Cym. L Jazz Tom 6 Hand Cym.Short L Flute Key Click Car Engine Ignition Car Tires Squeal Car Passing Car Crash Siren Train Jet Plane Starship Burst Roller Coaster Submarine
Hi Q 2 SD Rock H Bass Drum H
BD Analog L BD Analog H Analog Side Stick Analog Snare 1
BD Jazz SD Jazz L
BD Jazz Brush Slap
Cutting Noise Cutting Noise 2
Phone Call Door Squeak Door Slam Scratch Cut Scratch Wind Chime Telephone Ring 2
Analog Cowbell Analog Cowbell Hand Cym. H Hand Cym.Short H
Heartbeat Footsteps Door Squeak Door Slam Applause Camera Horn Hiccup Cuckoo Clock Stream Frog Rooster Dog Cat Owl Horse Gallop Horse Neigh Cow Lion Scratch Yo! Go! Get up! Whoow!
Analog Conga H Analog Conga M Analog Conga L Analog Conga H Analog Conga M Analog Conga L
Shower Thunder Wind Stream Bubble Feed Laugh Scream Punch Heartbeat Footsteps
Analog Claves Analog Claves
Dog Horse Bird Tweet 2
Machine Gun Laser Gun Explosion Firework
Applause 1 Applause 2 Applause 3 Applause 4
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Top Picks These demonstration songs showcase the various sounds of the instrument. Learn to Play Each of these songs has two variations: an easy one which even beginners can practice with ease, and another more challenging version. Favorite Weve collected various folk songs from around the world which have been handed down from through the generations, as well as famous classical pieces. Try playing the melody of these songs with your right hand. Favorite with Style Enjoy performing a piece with Style accompaniment (automatic accompaniment data). (Keys to Success is designed so that you master playing the melody with your right hand rst, and then learn the roots of the chords with your left hand.) Instrument Master These songs feature solo instruments other than pianoletting you enjoy playing other instrumental voices along with orchestral accompaniment. Piano Repertoire These included famous pieces from around the world along with well-known piano pieces. Enjoy the beautiful, resonant piano sound as you play solo or along with orchestral backing.
No. 033 Song Name Top Picks Demo 1 (Yamaha Original) Demo 2 (Yamaha Original) Demo 3 (Yamaha Original) Learn to Play Fr Elise (Basic) (L. v. Beethoven) Fr Elise (Advanced) (L. v. Beethoven) Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Basic) (Traditional) Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Advanced) (Traditional) Turkish March (Basic) (W.A. Mozart) Turkish March (Advanced) (W.A. Mozart) Ode to Joy (Basic) (L. v. Beethoven) Ode to Joy (Advanced) (L. v. Beethoven) The Entertainer (Basic) (S. Joplin) The Entertainer (Advanced) (S. Joplin) Londonderry Air (Basic) (Traditional) Londonderry Air (Advanced) (Traditional) The Last Rose of Summer (Basic) (Traditional) The Last Rose of Summer (Advanced) (Traditional) Amazing Grace (Basic) (Traditional) Amazing Grace (Advanced) (Traditional) Favorite Frre Jacques (Traditional) Der Froschgesang (Traditional) Aura Lee (Traditional) London Bridge (Traditional) Sur le pont d'Avignon (Traditional) Nedelka (Traditional) Aloha Oe (Q. Liliuokalani) Sippin Cider Through a Straw (Traditional) Old Folks at Home (S. C. Foster) Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (Traditional) Cielito Lindo (Traditional) Santa Lucia (A. Longo) If Youre Happy and You Know It (Traditional) Beautiful Dreamer (S. C. Foster) No. Song Name Greensleeves (Traditional) Kalinka (Traditional) Holdilia Cook (Traditional) Ring de Banjo (S. C. Foster) La Cucaracha (Traditional) Funiculi Funicula (L. Denza) Largo (From the New World) (A. Dvork) Brahms Lullaby (J. Brahms) Liebestrume Nr.3 (F. Liszt) Pomp and Circumstance (E. Elgar) Chanson du Toreador (G. Bizet) Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity (G. Holst) The Polovetsian Dances (A. Borodin) Die Moldau (B. Smetana) Salut dAmour Op.12 (E. Elgar) Humoresques (A. Dvork) Symphony No.9 (from the New World - 4th movement) (A. Dvork) Favorite with Style O du lieber Augustin (Traditional) Mary Had a Little Lamb (Traditional) When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (E. R. Ball) Little Brown Jug (Traditional) Ten Little Indians (Traditional) On Top of Old Smoky (Traditional) My Darling Clementine (Traditional) Oh! Susanna (S. C. Foster) Red River Valley (Traditional) Turkey in the Straw (Traditional) Muffin Man (R. A. King) Pop Goes the Weasel (Traditional) Grandfathers Clock (H. C. Work) Camptown Races (S. C. Foster) When the Saints Go Marching In (Traditional) Yankee Doodle (Traditional) Battle Hymn of the Republic (Traditional) Ive Been Working on the Railroad (Traditional) American Patrol (F. W. Meacham) No. 102 Song Name Down by the Riverside (Traditional) Instrument Master Sicilienne/Faur (G. Faur) Swan Lake (P. I. Tchaikovsky) Grand March (Aida) (G. Verdi) Serenade for Strings in C major, Op.48 (P. I. Tchaikovsky) Pizzicato Polka (J. Strauss II) Romance de Amor (Traditional) Menuett BWV. Anh.114 (J. S. Bach) Ave Verum Corpus (W. A. Mozart) Radetzky Marsch (J. Strauss I) Piano Repertoire Wenn ich ein Vglein wr (Traditional) Die Lorelei (F. Silcher) Home Sweet Home (H. R. Bishop) Scarborough Fair (Traditional) My Old Kentucky Home (Traditional) Loch Lomond (Traditional) Silent Night (F. Gruber) Deck the Halls (Traditional) O Christmas Tree (Traditional) Sonata Pathtique 2nd Adagio Cantabile (L. v. Beethoven) Ave Maria/J. S. Bach - Gounod (J. S. Bach / C. F. Gounod) Jesus bleibet meine Freude (J. S. Bach) Prelude Op.28-15 Raindrop (F. Chopin) Nocturne op.9-2 (F. Chopin) Etude op.10-3 Chanson de L'adieu (F. Chopin) Romanze (Serenade K.525) (W. A. Mozart) Arabesque (J. F. Burgmller) La Chevaleresque (J. F. Burgmller) Fr Elise (L. v. Beethoven) Turkish March (W.A. Mozart) 24 Preludes op.28-7 (F. Chopin) Annie Laurie (Traditional) Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (S. C. Foster)
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