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02: 1+5 03: Country
09: Octave 10: Strum
11: Echo1/4 12: Echo1/6
13: Echo1/8 14: Echo1/12
Type 15: Tremolo1/8 16: Tremolo1/12 17: Tremolo1/16 18: Tremolo1/32 19: Trill1/12 20: Trill1/16 21: Trill1/24 22: Trill1/32
Description This type creates 8th-note tremolos. This type creates 8th-note triplet tremolos. This type creates 16th-note tremolos. This type creates 32nd-note tremolos. This type creates 8th-note triplet trilled repeats. This type creates 16th-note trilled repeats. This type creates 16th-note triplet trilled repeats. This type creates 32nd-note trilled repeats.
Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the HARM/ECHO function.
When the Sustain feature is ON (the sustain icon will appear next to SUSTAIN in the display), all notes played on the keyboard have a longer sustain. Press the [SUSTAIN] button to turn the SUSTAIN effect ON or OFF.
Sustain does not apply to some voices.
This functions allow the overall pitch of the PSR-520 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 labelled 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, the number buttons or the data dial 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 PITCH BEND wheel to the left of the keyboard allows the pitch of notes played on the keyboard to be bend up or down - roll the wheel away from you to bend up, and toward you to bend down. The actual pitch bend range can be adjusted via the PBRange function in the OVERALL function group (page 70).
The PSR-520 provides a variety of Digital Effects-12 Reverb Effects, 9 Chorus Effects and 45 DSP Effects- which are specially tailored and make your performance perfect.
Using the Digital Effects
The PSR-520 has three types of digital effects Reverb, Chorus and DSP that can be turned ON or OFF by pressing the [REVERB] button, [CHORUS] button and [DSP] button respectively. DSP effect has a set of variations which can be accessed by using the [DSP VARIATION] button (ON/OFF). Each icon will appear in the display when the effects are turned ON.
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.
2 If the FINGERED Mode is Selected, Select the Desired Fingering Mode
The PSR-520 has three fingering modes for fingered accompaniment Normal, Bass and Full. The NORMAL mode is automatically selected whenever the power is initially turned ON. To select a different fingering mode first select the OVERALL functions by pressing the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to OVERALL in the function list to the left of the display. FngrngMd should appear on the top line of the display (if a different OVERALL function is selected, press the cursor [v] or [w] button as many times as necessary until FngrngMd appears). Then use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons and the data dial to select the desired fingering mode (the mode abbreviation appears to the left of FngrngMd on the display).
The Normal (nor), Bass (bAS) and Full (Full) fingering modes function as follows:
q NORMAL This is the default FINGERED accompaniment mode. The NORMAL mode lets you finger your own chords on the left-hand section of the keyboard (i.e. all keys to the left of and including the split-point key normally 54) while the PSR-520 supplies appropriately orchestrated rhythm, bass, and chord accompaniment in the selected style. The FINGERED mode will accept the chord types listed below (notes in parentheses may be omitted).
Example for C chords
C C6 CM 7 CM7 #11 CMadd 9
CM 9 C6 9
Cm 7 b5
Cm add 9
C 7 sus4
C 7 b5
C 7 #11
C 7 13
C 7 b9
C 7 b13
C 7 #9
CM 7 aug
q BASS This is essentially the same as the NORMAL mode, above, except that the lowest note played in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard will be played by the bass part rather than the chord root.
C C on E C on G
q FULL In this mode the PSR-520 automatically differentiates between left-hand chords and right-hand melody, no matter where they are played on the keyboard. Right-hand chords with a left-hand bass line single or octave are also recognized. In the former case left-hand chords are recognized and accompaniment is produced in the same way as in the NORMAL mode, in the latter case the right-hand chords are recognized in the same way but the accompaniment bass line will be based on the left-hand bass line you play. This means you can play in just about any style anywhere on the keyboard, and the PSR-520 will automatically produce appropriate accompaniment.
A single note one octave lower than the lowest note of the chord is recognized as a bass note, and a single note eleven notes higher is recognized as a melody note. The Harmony/Echo feature (page 20) has no effect in the FULL mode.
3 Select the Style Function
Press the [STYLE] button to directly select the STYLE function. Another way to do this 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 STYLE in the function list to the left of the display.
The AcompVol function in the OVERALL function group can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [STYLE] button.
4 Select a Style
The PSR-520 has 100 styles that can be selected by using either the [/ NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial (these controls function in the same way as for voice selection see page 12). The styles are listed in the STYLE list printed at the top of the instruments control panel. The number and name of the currently selected style appears on the top line of the display while the STYLE function is selected.
See page 61 for details on selecting cartridge styles.
5 Set the Tempo
When you select a different style while the accompaniment is not playing, the default tempo for that style is also selected, and the tempo is displayed to the right of the metronome icon TEMPO in quarter-note beats per minute. If the accompaniment is playing and the One Touch Setting function is OFF (page 42), the same tempo is maintained even if you select a different style. You can change the tempo to any value between 32 and 280 beats per minute, however, by using TEMPO [v] and [w] buttons. Press either button briefly to decrement or increment the tempo value by one, or hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing. The default tempo for the selected style can be recalled at any time by pressing both the TEMPO [v] and [w] buttons simultaneously.
s The Stop Accompaniment Function
While the SINGLE or FINGERED mode is selected chords played in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard are also detected and played by the PSR-520 Auto Accompaniment system when the accompaniment is stopped (except when the FULL FINGERED mode is engaged). In this case the bass note and chord voices are selected automatically.
Accompaniment Track Control
The PSR-520 has eight accompaniment tracks RHYTHM 1/2, BASS, CHORD 1/2, PAD, and PHRASE 1/2 that you can control to modify the orchestration and therefore the overall sound of the accompaniment. When the power switch is turned ON or an accompaniment style is selected, RHYTHM 1, CHORD 1 and PHRASE 1 tracks appear on the display. RHYTHM 2, CHORD 2 and PHRASE 2 tracks can be selected by moving the cursor [<] or [>] button from track to track when the cursor is located at one < > of the track icons. If the RHYTHM 1 track is selected and the cursor is moved once to the right, for example, the cursor will not actually move but RHYTHM 2 will appear in place of RHYTHM 1 and the parameters for the RHYTHM 2 track can be changed as required. The same applies to the CHORD 1 and 2, and PHRASE 1 and 2 tracks. q Whats in the Tracks
RHYTHM 1 ON / OFF BASS CHORD 1 PAD PHRASE 1
The icons for all tracks that contain data in any section will appear whenever an accompaniment style is selected.
RHYTHM 1&2 BASS
Both these tracks provide the drum and/or percussion sounds. The BASS track always plays a bass line, but the voice will change to fit the selected style acoustic bass, synth bass, tuba, etc. Both these tracks provide the rhythmic chordal accompaniment required by each style. Youll find guitar, piano, and other chordal instruments here. This track plays long chords where necessary, using sustained instruments such as strings, organ, choir. This is where the musical embellishments reside. The PHRASE tracks are used for punchy brass stabs, arpeggiated chords, and other extras that make the accompaniment more interesting.
PAD PHRASE 1&2
s Large/Small Accompaniment...
The simplest form of accompaniment track control is provided by the [ACCOMP LARGE/SMALL] button. This button alternately turns the appropriate track (s) ON and OFF, thereby changing the number of parts in the accompaniment. When the LARGE accompaniment is selected and accompaniment tracks are ON, their respective icons will appear in the appropriate positions in the display. When the SMALL accompaniment is selected, some tracks for that style will be turned OFF and their respective icons will disappear.
The LARGE accompaniment is always selected whenever a new style is selected. Please note that the tracks used depend on the selected style and all the tracks are not always active even when the LARGE accompaniment is selected.
When a different style number is selected, all accompaniment track parameters will be reset to their initial values. Use the REGISTRATION MEMORY page 43 if you want to store a particular set of settings for instant recall when needed. After changing the voice or volume, the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons can be pressed simultaneously to reset the initial values. The track data changed applies to all sections. Muting individual tracks, changing accompaniment track voices and adjusting accompaniment track volume cannot be executed during song recording.
Changing the Accompaniment Split Point
1 Select the Accompaniment Split Point 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 OVERALL in the function list to the left of the display. Then use the cursor [v] and [w] buttons to select the AccSpPnt function from within the OVERALL function list.
2 Set As Required
Simply press the key you want to assign as the split point. The key number of the key you press will appear to the left of AccSpPnt on the top line of the display. You can also use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to enter the split point key number. The lowest key on the keyboard (C1) is key number 36, middle C (C3) is 60, and the highest key (C6) is 96. The split point can be set at any key number from 00 through 127, allowing the split point to be set outside the range of the PSR-520 keyboard for MIDI applications.
The split point key becomes the highest key in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard. The default split point (54) can be instantly recalled by pressing the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons at the same time.
Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the OVERALL functions.
One Touch Setting
One Touch Setting lets you instantly select the appropriate panel settings suitable for the current style. Each style (100 styles) contains four variations. This means that you can freely use 400 different panel settings. The One Touch Setting feature automatically sets the following parameters: One Touch Setting Parameter List
Voice number Octave Pan Dual Voice (Voice number, volume, octave, reverb level, chorus level, pan) Dual ON/OFF Split Voice (Voice number, volume, octave, reverb level, chorus level, pan, split point=59) Keyboard volume Reverb level Chorus level DSP level Harmony/Echo ON/OFF, type DSP type Sustain (Panel) ON/OFF Reverb ON/OFF Chorus ON/OFF DSP ON/OFF DSP variation ON/OFF Multi Pad Kit number Style parameters=default Synchro start=ON Accomp volume=100 Accomp split point=54 Accomp large/small=large Tempo=Default (for the currently selected style) Main A/B section
2 Select a Voice and Set the Voice Parameters
Select the voice you want to record with, and set the digital effects and other parameters as required.
You cannot record in the SPLIT mode the NORMAL mode will automatically be selected when the SONG record ready mode is engaged.
3 Engage the MELODY Track Record Ready Mode
Press the SONG [REC] button. The [REC] indicator will flash, and REC will appear in the MELODY 1 track position on the display indicating that the PSR-520 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 or the data dial to select the MELODY track to be recorded (REC appears in the selected track position).
ACCOMP MELODY 1 MELODY 2
If a previously-recorded SONG ACCOMP. track is ON (the SONG ACCOMP track icon is showing), it can be monitored while recording a MELODY track. If you dont want to hear the ACCOMP track while recording, move the cursor to the ACCOMP track icon and press the [/NO] button to turn it OFF. If a non-user song number is selected when the record ready mode is engaged, user song number 26 will automatically be selected. The melody track volume is the current Keyboard Volume setting see page 67. Only one melody track can be recorded at a time. The record-ready mode of the MELODY track can be disengaged by pressing the [REC] button. When the record-ready mode is engaged, the measure number will compulsorily be reset to 01.
The BEAT indicator dots flash at the current tempo. If the Metronom function in the OVERALL function group is turned ON, the metronome will also begin to sound at the currently selected tempo (page 70).
Recording will begin as soon as you play a note on the keyboard or press the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button, and the BEAT indicator dots will begin to indicate the current beat as in the Auto Accompaniment mode. The MEASURE parameter will also show the current measure number. The [REC] indicator lights continuously once recording has started.
REC PLAY/STOP REPEAT MINUS PLAY ONE
Whenever you record using the SONG MEMORY, any previously recorded material in the same track will be erased. If you start recording by pressing the [PLAY/STOP] button, nothing will be recorded until you begin playing on the keyboard. Melody Track data can be cleared by pressing the [PLAY/ STOP] button to start recording and stop it without playing the keyboard (Melody Track Data Clear). 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 the SONG MEMORY becomes full while recording, Full will appear on the display and recording will stop. If you want to re-record the Melody track which Full was shown on the display during recording, execute Melody Track Data Clear operation (see above) before recording. Only VOICE function voice numbers are shown in the melody track displays (dual voice numbers are not shown).
5 Stop Recording
Stop recording by pressing the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button. The [REC] indicator will go out and the MEASURE number on the display will return to 01.
The melody track voice number and volume settings will appear on the display.
Recording Accompaniment With or Without a Melody
The SONG ACCOMP track records the following operations and data:
Section changes Style number* (includes cartridge styles) Accompaniment track changes* (track ON/OFF, voice number, volume) Accompaniment volume* Chord changes, timing Reverb type Chorus type
2 Select the SINGLE or FINGERED Mode and a Style
Select the SINGLE or FINGERED mode (page 30) 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] indicator will flash, and REC will appear in the ACCOMP and MELODY 1 track positions on the display indicating that the PSR-520 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 or the data dial 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 the OVERALL function group is turned ON, the metronome will also begin to sound at the currently selected tempo (page 70).
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 69. When the record-ready mode is engaged, the measure number will compulsorily be reset to 01.
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.
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 recording, 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 recorded until you begin playing on the keyboard.
Only songs you have recorded yourself can be cleared. If a non-user song number is selected when the song-clear mode is engaged, user song number 26 will automatically be selected.
The PSR-520 MULTI PADS can be used to play 84 short pre-recorded rhythmic and melodic sequences, that can be used to add impact and variety to your keyboard performances. Some of the pad phrases simply play back as programmed, while others are chord match types which are automatically transposed to match chords played using the PSR-520 Auto Accompaniment feature. The PSR-520 MULTI PADS can also be used to record 16 short rhythmic or melodic sequences, percussion fill-ins, or single percussion sounds that can be played at any time simply by pressing the appropriate pad. The multi pad kit numbers 22 through 25 are the area for your own creation (user pad kits).
Playing the MULTI PADS
The PSR-520 has 21 multi pad kits, each containing a complete set of 4 MULTI PAD phrases 84 phrases in all. Before using the MULTI PADS, select the MULTI PAD kit containing the phrases you want to use as follows:
1 Select the MULTI PAD Function
To select a multi pad kit, first select the MULTI PAD function by pressing one of the [FUNCTION] buttons until the arrowhead in the display appears next to MULTI PAD in the function list to the left of the display.
See page 56 for a complete listing of the Multi Pad assingnments. The MULTI PAD function can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [REC/END] button.
2 Select a Multi Pad Kit Number
Use the [/NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to select one of the 21 available multi pad kits.
3 Play the Multi Pad
Simply tap any of the MULTI PADS at any time to play back the corresponding phrase. MULTI PAD playback begins as soon as the button is pressed. You can even play two, three, or four MULTI PADS at the same time. Also, you can create retriggered sample effects by repeatedly pressing a pad before its contents are completely played back. The MULTI PAD voices are independent from the voices you have currently selected for keyboard performance. You could, for example, play piano on the keyboard while a MULTI PAD plays a brass chord stab. When a chord match type MULTI PAD phrase is played, the phrase will be automatically transposed to match chords played using the PSR-520 Autoaccompaniment feature. MULTI PAD playback can be terminated by pressing the MULTI PADS [TERMINATE] button.
See page 70 for information on using the Minus One mode with the specified channel. With songs you record yourself, the MELODY 1 track corresponds to the right-hand part and the MELODY 2 track is the lefthand part. MinusMod function in the OVERALL function group can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [MINUS ONE] button. _ _ r (Right hand) is selected whenever the power switch is turned ON.
Part Turned Off Right hand. Left hand. Left and right hands.
__r L__ L_r
This function allows you to specify any section of a song cartridge or internal for continuous repeat playback. While the song is playing, press the [REPEAT PLAY] button once at the beginning of the section to be repeated (the A repeat icon will appear on the display) and again at the end of the section to be repeated (the B repeat icon will appear). Repeat playback will begin automatically from the A point as soon as the B point has been specified, and will continue until either the [REPEAT PLAY] button is pressed again to cancel the repeat function, or until song playback is stopped.
When only the A point is specified, playback will repeat from the A point to the end of the song. If you specify, for example, measure number 8 for A point and measure number 2 for B point, playback will repeat from measure number 2 to 8. The end point B tempo or your manually adjusted tempo will be used during repeat playback.
It is also possible to specify the repeat section while playback is stopped. First use the MEASURE parameter to specify the A point, then press the [REPEAT PLAY] button. Next specify the B measure number and press [REPEAT PLAY] again. The specified A-B section will play repeatedly when the [PLAY/STOP] button is pressed.
Some of the functions in the OVERALL function group have already been described in appropriate sections of this manual. Others will be introduced for the first time in this section. Refer to the chart below for the page numbers on which each function is described. The chart also lists the full name of each function, the abbreviated name which appears on the display, and the available settings or range of settings. Ranges are indicated by two or more values separated by ellipses ().
Function Keyboard Volume Octave Reverb Level Chorus Level DSP Level Pan Voice Set Fingering Accompaniment Volume Accompaniment Split Point Touch Sensitivity Minus-one Mode Minus-one Right-hand Channel Minus-one Left-hand Channel Pitch Bend Range Metronome Tuning Remote Channel Keyboard Out Song Out Accompaniment Out Local Control External Clock Initial Data Send Bulk Data Send
Settings oFF, on nor, bAS, Full _ _ r, L _ _, L _ r oFF, on oFF, oFF, on oFF, on oFF, on oFF, on oFF, on None None
Kybd Vol Octave RevLevel ChoLevel DspLevel Pan VoiceSet FngrngMd AcompVol AccSpPnt TouchSns MinusMod MinusChR MinusChL PBRange Metronom Tuning RemoteCh KybdOut SongOut AcompOut Local ExtClock InitSnd? BulkSnd?
Track Rhythm 1 Rhythm 2 Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Pad Phrase 1 Phrase 2 Channel 7 8
Accompaniment Out setting is retained in memory even when the power switch is turned OFF, as long as batteries are installed or an AC adaptor is connected.
s Local Control.....
Local Control refers to the fact that, normally, the PSR-520 keyboard controls the internal tone generator, allowing the internal voices to be played directly from the keyboard. This situation is Local Control ON since the internal tone generator is controlled locally by its own keyboard. Local control can be turned OFF, however, so that the keyboard does not play the internal voices, but the appropriate MIDI information is still transmitted via the MIDI OUT connector when notes are played on the keyboard. At the same time, the internal tone generator can respond to MIDI information received via the MIDI IN connector. This means that while an external MIDI sequencer, for example, plays the PSR-520 internal voices, an external tone generator can be played from the PSR-520 keyboard. The default Local Control setting is ON.
s External Clock.....
Reception of an external MIDI clock signal can be enabled or disabled as required. When disabled (OFF), all of the time-based functions (Auto Accompaniment, SONG recording and playback, etc.) are controlled by its own internal clock. When MIDI clock reception is enabled (ON), however, all timing is controlled by an external MIDI clock signal received via the MIDI IN terminal. The default setting is OFF.
If the External Clock function is turned ON but the external clock signal is interrupted for more than 400 milliseconds, the internal clock is re-selected automatically. External Clock setting is retained in memory even when the power switch is turned OFF, as long as batteries are installed or an AC adaptor is connected. When the External Clock is turned ON, the song recording/ playback will be controlled by the external device.
s Initial Data Send....
Transmits all current panel settings to a MIDI data storage device before actually recording your performance. With the InitSnd? function selected, press the [+/YES] button to start transmission. When the data has been transmitted, End will appear momentarily on the display and return to the InitSnd?.
The song data will not be played back correctly, if the panel settings for the song has not been recorded in advance. To record the panel settings to an external device, engage the external device in the record mode and execute the Initial Data Send operation. The InitSnd? function can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [SYNC-START/ STOP] button.
s Bulk Data Send.....
This function causes the contents of the registration, song and multi pad data to be transmitted via the MIDI OUT connector. This data can be saved to memory or disk via a MIDI sequence recorder or MIDI data recorder, and then reloaded when required. The bulk data can also be sent directly to a second PSR-520. To send the bulk data select the BulkSnd? function, then press the [+/YES] button. Sure? will appear on the display. Press [+/YES] again to begin transmission of the bulk data. BkSnd:Sg (song data), BkSnd:Pd (multi pad data) and then BkSnd:Rg (registration data) will appear on the display during transmission. When the data has been transmitted, End will appear momentarily on the display and return to the BulkSnd?.
144: Rock Kit (16)
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145: Electronic Kit (24)
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146: Analog Kit (25)
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147: Jazz Kit (32)
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148: Brush Kit (40)
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GM system level 1.. 90
Main A & B (accompaniment section). 37 Master volume.. 8 Measure.. 53 Melody track (song).. 46 Metronome.. 70 MIDI.. 71 MIDI data format.. 91 MIDI implementation chart.. 88 Minus one.. 64 Minus one left-hand channel.. 70 Minus one right-hand channel.. 70 Mode... 11 Multi pad kit.. 55 Multi pad kit list (preset). 56 Multi pads... 55 Music cartridge.. 60 Music stand.. 5
Service & Modification.. 3 Single (mode).. 30 Song out (MIDI transmission).. 73 Specifications.. 96 Split point (Split mode). 16 Split voice... 15 Split voice chorus level.. 16 Split voice octave.. 16 Split voice pan.. 16 Split voice reverb level. 16 Split voice volume.. 16 Start/stop... 35, 37 Stop accompaniment function.. 37 Straight start.. 35 Style File Format.. 30 Style selection.. 33 Sustain (panel).. 22 Sustain (pedal).. 7 Synchro start... 35 System (digital effect).. 78
Fill in (accompaniment section). 37
Pad (accompaniment track). 38 Pan... 68 Panel controls... 4
SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION
This product utilizes batteries or an external power supply (adapter). DO NOT connect this product to any power supply or adapter other than one described in the manual, on the name plate, or specifically recommended by Yamaha. This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product. battery is approximately five years. When replacement becomes necessary, contact a qualified service representative to perform the replacement. This product may also use household type batteries. Some of these may be rechargeable. Make sure that the battery being charged is a rechargeable type and that the charger is intended for the battery being charged. When installing batteries, do not mix batteries with new, or with batteries of a different type. Batteries MUST be installed correctly. Mismatches or incorrect installation may result in overheating and battery case rupture.
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.
How to use this manual Before using the PSR-E323/YPT-320, be sure to read the PRECAUTIONS section on pages 45. Follow the instructions described in Setting Up, then try out the simple operations in Quick Guide. Reference provides detailed descriptions and procedures for getting the most out of the instrument. After youve read the manual, keep it safe and handy for future reference. Data List The Data List contains MIDI related information. The Data List is available for downloading from the Yamaha Manual Library at: http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/
SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION
This product utilizes batteries or an external power supply (adapter). DO NOT connect this product to any power supply or adapter other than one described in the manual, on the name plate, or specically recommended by Yamaha. This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product. This product may also use household type batteries. Some of these may be rechargeable. Make sure that the battery being charged is a rechargeable type and that the charger is intended for the battery being charged. When installing batteries, do not mix batteries with new, or with batteries of a different type. Batteries MUST be installed correctly. Mismatches or incorrect installation may result in overheating and battery case rupture.
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.
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 specications without notice or obligation to update existing units. This product, either alone or in combination with an amplier 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.
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.
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.
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.
Before connecting the instrument to other electronic components, turn off the power for all components. Before turning the power on or off for all components, set all volume levels to minimum. Also, be sure to set the volumes of all components at their minimum levels and gradually raise the volume controls while playing the instrument to set the desired listening level.
When cleaning the instrument, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use paint thinners, solvents, cleaning uids, or chemical-impregnated wiping cloths.
Do not insert a nger or hand in any gaps on the instrument. Never insert or drop paper, metallic, or other objects into the gaps on the panel or keyboard. If this happens, turn off the power immediately and unplug the power cord from the AC outlet. Then have the instrument inspected by qualied Yamaha service personnel. Do not place vinyl, plastic or rubber objects on the instrument, since this might discolor the panel or keyboard. Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the instrument, and do not use excessive force on the buttons, switches or connectors.
Do not use the instrument/device or headphones for a long period of time at a high or uncomfortable volume level, since this can cause permanent hearing loss. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
Saving and backing up your data
Some data items (page 41) are automatically saved as backup data in the internal memory even if you turn the power off. Saved data may be lost due to malfunction or incorrect operation. Save important data to external device such as a computer.
Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modications to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed.
Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use. When using a power adaptor, even when the power switch is in the STANDBY position, electricity is still owing to the instrument at the minimum level. When you are not using the instrument for a long time, make sure you unplug the AC power adaptor from the wall AC outlet. Make sure to discard used batteries according to local regulations.
AC power adaptor AC outlet
For battery operation the instrument requires six 1.5V AA size, LR6 or equivalent batteries. (Alkaline batteries are recommended.) When battery power becomes too low for proper operation, the volume may be reduced, the sound may be distorted, and other problems may occur. When this happens, make sure to replace all batteries, following the precautions listed below. If necessary, also make sure to save all important User data (see page 62), since custom panel settings are lost when the batteries are removed.
Use alkaline batteries for this instrument. Other types of batteries (including rechargeable batteries) may have sudden drops of power when battery power becomes low, possibly resulting in loss of data in the ash memory. Make sure to install the batteries with the proper orientation, maintaining the correct polarity (as shown). Incorrect battery installation may result in heat, re and/or leaking of corrosive chemicals. When the batteries run down, replace them with a complete set of six new batteries. NEVER mix old and new batteries. Do not use different kinds of batteries (e.g. alkaline and manganese) at the same time. If the instrument is not to be in use for a long time, remove the batteries from it, in order to prevent possible uid leakage from the battery. Please use the power adaptor when transferring data to ash memory. Batteries (including rechargeable types) can be drained rapidly by this type of operation. If the batteries do become drained during a data transfer, both the data being transferred and the data currently in the transfer destination will be lost.
q Open the battery compartment cover located on the
instruments bottom panel. w Insert the six new alkaline batteries, being careful to follow the polarity markings on the side of the compartment. e Replace the compartment cover, making sure that it locks rmly in place.
Never connect or disconnect the AC power adaptor when the batteries are installed in the instrument and the power is on. Doing so will turn the power off, possibly resulting in loss of the data being transferred and the data currently in the transfer destination during transferring or recording a data.
Make all necessary connections BEFORE turning the power on.
Audio Connections Headphones and External Equipment
Turn down the volume by turning the [MASTER VOLUME] control to the left and press the [STANDBY/ON] switch to turn on the power. While playing the keyboard, adjust the volume level by using the [MASTER VOLUME] control. Pressing the [STANDBY/ON] switch again turns the power off. You can connect the PHONES/OUTPUT jack to a set of headphones, keyboard amplier, stereo system, mixer, tape recorder, or other line-level audio device to send the instruments output signal to that device. The internal speakers are automatically shut off when a plug is inserted into this jack. The PHONES/OUTPUT jack also functions as an external output.
Hold for longer than three seconds
Deleting the Song recording will delete all Step passing status entries as well.
Listening Timing Waiting
You can select any Song you like and use it for a left-hand, right-hand, or both-hands lesson. Song Lesson lets you learn how to play Songs in three easy steps. Songs that can be used with the Lesson feature include Songs transferred from a computer to ash memory (SMF Format 0 only; see page 60). The procedure for transferring songs are described on page 61. The lesson modes: 1 Listening.. Listen and learn the melody or rhythm of a selected Song. 2 Timing. Learn to play the notes at the correct timing along with the Song. 3 Waiting.. Learn to play the correct notes.
Select the desired Song for your lesson. For instructions on how to select a Song, see page 16. If you want to practice a Song youve transferred from a computer, select one of the Songs beginning from Song number 108.
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
Initialization does not delete the les transferred from the computer. If you want to delete the les, see Deleting Files below.
Parameters that are saved in backup: User Songs Style number 107 Touch Response on/off setting Passing status of Song and Step The following Function settings: Tuning, Split Point, Touch Sensitivity, Style Volume, Song Volume, Metronome Volume, Demo Cancel, Panel Sustain Although the above parameters are always backed up, and are maintained even when the power is turned off, they will be completely erased by the initialization. You can save the settings as backup data to your computer, by using the Musicsoft Downloader (MSD) software. Refer to the section Transferring a backup le from the PSR-E323/YPT-320 to a computer on page 62.
To clear Song data and Style data that has been transferred to the internal ash memory from a computer, simultaneously hold down the highest white key and the three highest black keys on the keyboard and turn the power on by pressing the [STANDBY/ON] switch.
When you delete the les, Song data and Style data you have purchased and downloaded will also be cleared. Make sure to save your important data by transferring to a computer using Musicsoft Downloader (page 62).
This feature adds harmony notes as well as tremolo or echo effects to the Main Voice.
Press the [HARMONY] button to turn harmony on. When you dont want to add harmony notes, press the [HARMONY] button again to turn Harmony off.
Select a desired Harmony Type by using the number buttons , [+], [-]. Refer to the Harmony Type list on page 73. Try playing the keyboard with the harmony function. The effect and operation of each Harmony Type is differentrefer to the section How to sound each Harmony Type below as well as the Harmony Type List for details.
How to sound each Harmony Type
Harmony type 0105
Appears when harmony is on.
Press the right-hand keys while playing chords in the auto accompaniment range of the keyboard when the Auto Accompaniment is on (page 20).
Harmony type 0612 (Trill)
When you press the [HARMONY] button to turn this feature on, the appropriate Harmony type for the currently selected Main Voice is automatically selected.
Hold down two keys.
Harmony type 1319 (Tremolo)
Press and hold the [HARMONY] button for longer than a second. HarmType appears in the display for a few seconds, followed by the Harmony Type.
Currently selected Harmony type
Keep holding down the keys.
Harmony type 2026 (Echo)
You can also access the Harmony Type setting display by pressing the [FUNCTION] button several times. Harmony will be turned off if the Chord Dictionary function is used.
You can adjust the Harmony Volume in the Function Settings (page 56).
The harmony notes can be added only to the Main Voice, not to Dual or Split Voices. The keys left of the Split Point of the keyboard produce no harmony notes when the auto accompaniment is on (ACMP ON is lit).
Reverb adds the ambience of a room or concert hall to the sound that you play on the keyboard.
This effect makes the Voice sound richer, warmer and more spacious. The best-suited Chorus type is automatically selected whenever you select a Voice; however, you can select any of the available types.
To add Reverb
Press the [REVERB] button to turn Reverb on. Reverb is normally on. You can check how the selected Reverb Type sounds by playing the keyboard. To turn Reverb off, press the [REVERB] button again.
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until the Chorus appears. Chorus appears in the display for a few seconds, followed by the Chorus Type.
Appears when Reverb is on.
Select a Reverb Type
The ideal type is automatically selected whenever you select a Song or Style, but you can select any of the available Reverb Types.
Currently selected Chorus Type
Currently selected Reverb Type
Select the desired Reverb Type by using the number buttons , [+], [-]. Refer to the Reverb Type list on page 73 for details. You can adjust the Reverb depth in the Function Settings (page 56).
You can also access the Reverb Type setting display by pressing the [FUNCTION] button several times.
Press and hold the [REVERB] button for longer than a second. REVERB appears in the display for a few seconds, followed by the Reverb Type.
Select a desired Chorus Type by using the number buttons , [+], [-]. Refer to the Chorus Type list on page 73 for details. You can adjust the Chorus depth independently for the Main, Dual and Split Voices in the Function Settings (page 56).
Adding Panel Sustain
This function adds a xed sustain to the keyboard Voices.
Touch Response Sensitivity
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until the Sustain item appears.
Appears when Touch Response is on.
Press the [+] button to turn the Panel Sustain on. Panel Sustain will be added to the notes you play on the keyboard when the Panel Sustain is on. To turn it off, press the [-] button.
Press the [TOUCH] button to turn Touch Response on. When Touch Response is on, you can control the volume of notes according to how hard you play the keys. Touch Response is normally on. Press the [TOUCH] button again to turn the Touch Response off. When Touch Response is off, the same volume will be produced no matter how hard you play the keys.
Set the metronome volume by using the number buttons , [+], [-].
Use the number buttons , [+], [-] to select the number of beats per measure. A chime will sound on the rst beat of each measure while the other beats will click. All beats will simply click with no chime at the beginning of each measure if you set this parameter to 00. The available range is from 0 through 60. Select 3 for this example.
The metronome time signature will synchronize to a style or song that is playing, so these parameters cannot be changed while a style or song is playing.
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times to select the beat length function TimeSigD. The currently selected beat length will be displayed.
The length of one beat.
Use the [+], [-] to select the beat length. Select the required length for each beat: 2, 4, 8, or 16 (half note, quarter note, eighth note, or 16th note). Select 4 for this example.
The pitch of a note can be shifted upward or downward in steps of an octave for the Main, Dual, and Split Voices.
The instruments Transpose function makes it possible to shift the pitch of the entire keyboard up or down in semitone intervals to facilitate playing in difcult key signatures, and to let you easily match the pitch of the keyboard to the range of a singer or other instruments. For example, if you set the transposition amount to 5, playing key C produces pitch F. In this way, you can play a song as though it were in C major, and the instrument will transpose it to the key of F.
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until the required Voice octave item appears. Select M. Octave for Main Voice octave, D. Octave for Dual Voice octave, S. Octave for Split Voice octave.
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until the Transpos appears.
Current octave value
Set the octave by using the number buttons , [+], [-].
Current transpose value
Use the number buttons , [+], [-] to set the Transpose value between -12 and +12 as required.
Press the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the value to its default setting (0).
Press the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the value to its default setting (00).
The pitch of the Drum Kits Voices (Voice numbers 109121) cannot be changed.
You can ne tune the pitch of the entire instrument. The overall tuning of the instrument can be shifted up or down by a maximum of 100 cents in 1-cent increments (100 cents = 1 semitone).
One Touch Setting
Sometimes selecting the ideal Voice to play with a Song or Style can be confusing. The One Touch Setting feature automatically selects the most suitable Voice for you when you select a Style or Song. Simply select Voice number 000 to activate this feature.
Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until Tuning appears.
Press the [VOICE] button, and then select Voice number 000 by using the number buttons , [+], [-].
Current tuning value
Use the number buttons , [+] and [-] to set the Tuning value between -100 and +100 as required.
Appears when One Touch Setting is on.
This turns the One Touch Setting feature on. One Touch Setting will be turned off if you select any other Voice number.
The pitch of the Drum Kits Voices (Voice numbers 109121) cannot be changed. Press the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the value to its default setting (000).
The Song is made up by several tracks. You can mute Track 1 or Track 2 during Song playback. You can turn the left- and right-hand parts on or off as desired, allowing you to listen to the corresponding part (the part that is turned on), or practice the corresponding part (the part that is turned off) on the keyboard. Track 1 can be muted by pressing the [REC TRACK 1] button during Song playback. Track 2 or style track can be muted by pressing the [REC TRACK 2] button during Song playback. You can cancel the mute function by pressing the corresponding track buttons, [TRACK 1] or [TRACK 2] again during Song playback, or by selecting any other Song.
This function lets you specify a section of a SongA is the start point and B is the end pointfor repeat playback.
Play the Song and press the [A-B REPEAT] button at the beginning of the section you want to repeat (the A point), then press the [A-B REPEAT] button a second time at the end of the section you want to repeat (the B point). The specied A-B section of the Song will now play repeatedly.
The selected Voice sounds when you play the keyboard. If a Song has played through and stopped during this procedure, press the [START/ STOP] button to start playback again.
Press and hold the [VOICE] button for longer than a second. SONG MELODY VOICE appears in the display for a few seconds, indicating that the Voice selected in Step 2 has replaced the Songs original melody Voice.
Starting Style playback
The following two methods can be used to start Style playback. In either case you will need to press the [ACMP ON/OFF] button to turn auto accompaniment on before actually starting Style playback. Synchro Start (Chord Start) Press the [SYNC START] button and the beat arrows will begin ashing, indicating that the Sync Start standby mode has been engaged. The bass and chords will begin playing as soon as you play a chord in the accompaniment range of the keyboard. Tap Start You can supply a count-in at any tempo you like to start playback. Simply tap the [TEMPO/TAP] button at any tempo4 times for time signatures in 4, and 3 times for time signatures in 3and the selected Style rhythm will begin playing at the tapped tempo. The bass and chords will begin playing as soon as you play a chord in the accompaniment range of the keyboard.
Adjusting the Style Volume
This procedure allows you to adjust the balance between Style playback and the notes you play on the keyboard by setting the volume of the playback sound.
Sync Start standby
Current Style volume setting
Style playback begins when you play a chord
Set the Style volume by using the number buttons , [+], [-].
The Sync Start standby mode will be cancelled when Style playback starts.
If you press the [SYNC START] button during Style playback, playback will stop immediately and the Sync Start standby mode will be engaged (beat arrows will ash).
Press the [STYLE] button. Press the [FUNCTION] button a number of times until the StyleVol appears.
Looking up Chords Using the Chord Dictionary
The Dictionary function is essentially a built-in chord dictionary that shows you the individual notes of chords. It is ideal when you know the name of a certain chord and want to quickly learn how to play it.
Press the M7 (major seventh) key in the section of the keyboard labeled CHORD TYPE >. (The note doesnt sound.) The notes you should play for the specied chord (root note and chord type) are shown in the display, both as notation and in the keyboard diagram.
Press and hold the [1 LISTENING 2 TIMING 3 WAITING] button for longer than a second. Dict. will appear in the display.
Notation of chord
Chord name (root and type)
Individual notes of chord (keyboard)
As an example, well learn how to play a GM7 (G major seventh) chord. Press the G key in the section of the keyboard labeled ROOT >. (The note doesnt sound.) The root note you set is shown in the display.
Keys for chord type dictionary
Keys for root dictionary
To call up possible inversions of the chord, press the [+]/[-] buttons.
Major chords are usually indicated by the root name only. For example, the indication C in a score refers to a C Major chord. To look up the ngering for a major chord press the root key and then the M chord type key. These chords are not shown in the Chord Dictionary function: 6(9), M7(9), M7(#11), b5, M7b5, M7aug, m7(11), mM7(9), mM7b5, 7b5, sus2
Try playing a chord in the auto accompaniment section of the keyboard, checking the indications in the display. When youve played the chord properly, a bell sound signals your success and the chord name in the display ashes.
Registering Style Files
This instrument features 106 internal styles, but other styles, such as those which can be obtained from the internet (only styles with the.sty sufx), can be registered into style number 107 and used in the same way as the internal styles. In order to use the style le register function, the le must already have been transferred from the computer to the instrument. The procedure for transferring les from a computer to the instrument is described on page 60 (Transferring data between the PSR-E323/YPT-320 and a computer). The procedure described below registers a style le that has already been transferred from a computer to the instrument into style number 107.
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.
MSB (0127) 64 64
MIDI Program Voice Name Change# (1128) 115 Steel Drums 115 Glass Percussion 115 Thai Bells 116 Woodblock 116 Castanets 117 Taiko Drum 117 Gran Cassa 118 Melodic Tom 118 Melodic Tom Real Tom 118 Rock Tom 119 Synth Drum 119 Analog Tom 119 Electronic Percussion 120 Reverse Cymbal SOUND EFFECTS 121 Fret Noise 122 Breath Noise 123 Seashore 124 Bird Tweet 125 Telephone Ring 126 Helicopter 127 Applause 128 Gunshot 1 Cutting Noise 2 Cutting Noise String Slap 17 Flute Key Click 33 Shower 34 Thunder 35 Wind 36 Stream 37 Bubble 38 Feed 49 Dog 50 Horse 51 Bird Tweet Maou 65 Phone Call 66 Door Squeak 67 Door Slam 68 Scratch Cut 69 Scratch Split 70 Wind Chime 71 Telephone Ring Car Engine Ignition 82 Car Tires Squeal 83 Car Passing 84 Car Crash 85 Siren 86 Train 87 Jet Plane 88 Starship 89 Burst 90 Roller Coaster 91 Submarine 97 Laugh 98 Scream 99 Punch 100 Heartbeat 101 Footsteps 113 Machine Gun 114 Laser Gun 115 Explosion 116 Firework
The voice number with an asterisk (*) is XGlite optional voice.
Drum Kit List
indicates that the drum sound is the same as Standard Kit 1. Each percussion voice uses one note. The MIDI Note # and Note are actually one octave lower than keyboard Note # and Note. For example, in 109: Standard Kit 1, the Seq Click H (Note# 36/Note C1) corresponds to (Note# 24/Note C0). Key Off: Keys marked O stop sounding the instant they are released. Voices with the same Alternate Note Number (*1 4) cannot be played simultaneously. (They are designed to be played alternately with each other.)
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
Style No. 039 Style Name 8 Beat 8BeatModern 60sGtrPop 8BeatAdria 60s8Beat 8Beat OffBeat 60sRock HardRock RockShuffle 8BeatRock 16 Beat 16Beat PopShuffle GuitarPop 16BtUptempo KoolShuffle HipHopLight Ballad PianoBallad LoveSong 6/8ModernEP 6/8SlowRock OrganBallad PopBallad 16BeatBallad Dance EuroTrance Ibiza SwingHouse Clubdance ClubLatin Garage1 Garage2 TechnoParty UKPop HipHopGroove HipShuffle HipHopPop Disco 70sDisco LatinDisco SaturdayNight DiscoHands Soul DetroitPop 6/8Soul CrocoTwist Rock&Roll ComboBoogie 6/8Blues Country CountryPop CountrySwing Country2/4 Bluegrass Latin BrazilianSamba BossaNova Forro Tijuana Mambo Salsa Beguine Reggae Ballroom VienneseWaltz EnglishWaltz Slowfox Foxtrot Quickstep Tango Pasodoble Samba ChaChaCha Rumba Jive 047 Style No. Style Name Swing & Jazz BigBandFast BigBandBallad JazzClub Swing1 Swing2 Five/Four Dixieland Ragtime R&B Style No. Style Name Trad&World USMarch 6/8March GermanMarch PolkaPop OberPolka Tarantella Showtune ChristmasSwing ChristmasWaltz ScottishReel Waltz SwingWaltz JazzWaltz CountryWaltz OberWalzer Musette Children Learning2/4 Learning4/4 Learning6/8 Fun 3/4 Fun 4/4 Pianist Stride PianoSwing PianoBoogie Arpeggio Habanera SlowRock 8BeatPianoBallad 6/8PianoMarch PianoWaltz
Music Database List
MDB No. MDB Name POP AlvFever DayPdise GoMyWay HowDeep! HurryLuv Imagine JustCall SultanSw WhitePle YesterPf ROCK JumpRock PickUpPc RdRiverR SatsfyGt Sheriff SmokeWtr TwistAgn VenusPop DANCE 2 of Us B Leave Back St Crockett FunkyTwn KillSoft Nine PM SingBack StrandD BALLAD AdelineB CatMemry ElvGhett Feeling Mn Rivr OnMyMnd OverRbow ReleseMe SavingLv SmokyEye WhisprSx MDB No. MDB Name R&B AmazingG BoogiePf Clock Rk CU later HappyDay RisingSn ShookUp TeddyBer SWING & JAZZ ChooChoo HighMoon InMood MistySax MoonLit New York SaintMch ShearJz TstHoney USPatrol EASY LISTENING Close2U Entrtain LuvStory MyPrince PupetStr Raindrop R'ticGtr SingRain SmallWld SpkSoft StrangeN TimeGoes WhteXmas WishStar LATIN BambaLa BeHappy! CopaLola DayNight Ipanema WondrWld MDB No. MDB Name MuchoTrp Sunshine Tico Org TrbWave COUNTRY BoxerFlt CntryRds Jambala TopWorld YlwRose BALLROOM BrazilBr CherryTp DanubeWv TangoAc Tea4Two TRADITIONAL CampRace CielPari GrndClok JinglBel MickMrch Showbiz StarMrch WashPost XmasWalz YankDood
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