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s The Connectors
1 PHONES Jack Any pair of stereo headphones with a miniature stereo phone plug can be plugged in here for convenient monitoring. The PHONES output level is adjusted via the VOLUME control on the right side panel.
The built-in speaker is automatically shut off when a pair of headphones is plugged into the PHONES jack.
2 OUTPUT Jack This miniature stereo phone plug delivers a line-level stereo output signal from the QR10 for connection to a stereo sound system (see Audio Connections, below). The output level is adjusted via the VOLUME control on the right side panel. 3 INPUT Jack This 1/4" monaural phone jack accepts input from an electric guitar or bass, an electronic keyboard, a microphone (highimpedance types), or other audio source. The signal received at the INPUT jack is mixed with the QR10s own sound and delivered via the built-in speaker system, the OUTPUT jack (above), or the PHONES jack (also above) as required. The INPUT GAIN function described on page 5 should be used to match the input gain of the QR10 to the connected instrument or source.
The INPUT jack can also be used as a footswitch jack for playback start/stop and chord change operation when the FOOTSWITCH function is turned ON (> page 11).
4 MIDI IN & OUT Connectors If you plan to use a MIDI keyboard or other instrument to play and program the QR10, it should be connected to QR10 MIDI IN connector. The MIDI OUT connector can be connected to an external MIDI data recorder such as the Yamaha MDF2 if you want to store your songs and patterns to floppy disk (> page 43). 5 DC IN Jack This jack is only used when you are powering the QR10 from an optional AC adaptor instead of batteries. The DC output cable from an optional Yamaha PA-3 AC Power Adaptor is plugged in here.
The batteries are automatically disconnected when a plug is inserted into the DC IN jack.
s Audio Connections
The simplest way to monitor the QR10 sound is via the built-in speaker. If you want to keep the QR10 sound to yourself, without bothering others, a pair of stereo headphones (miniature stereo phone plug type) plugged into the PHONES jack provides convenient monitoring while automatically shutting off the internal speaker system. If you want to use an external stereo sound system, however, use the OUTPUT jack and an optional Y cable (miniature stereo phone plug to dual RCA pin plugs). The white RCA pin plug goes to the left-channel input of your stereo sound system and the red plug goes to the right-channel input. If you will be connecting a guitar or keyboard to the INPUT jack, use a standard 1/4" phone-phone plug instrument cable.
1 Engage the FOOT SW Function
Press the [FOOT SW] key (the number 7 key) while holding the [SHIFT] key to engage the FOOT SW function.
2 Turn ON or OFF
Use the [+1] key to turn the FOOT SW function on, or the  key to turn it off (,F on the display).
Do not use a footswitch when CAUTION the FOOT SW function is turned off! If a footswitch is connected to the INPUT jack and the footswitch function is turned OFF, operating the footswitch may cause damage to the QR10.
The sound of an instrument or IMPORTANT other external audio source will not be heard via the QR10 speaker when the FOOT SW function is turned on. Connecting an instrument or audio source to the INPUT jack when the FOOT SW function is turned on may actually damage the connected device.
Press the [EXIT] key when done.
Using the Pattern Variations
Each preset pattern has 6 variations or sections INTRO, NORMAL, VARIATION, FILL 1, FILL 2, and ENDING. INTRO. NORMAL. VARIATION. FILL 1. FILL 2. ENDING. introduction. normal pattern, used for the verse of a song. normally used as a chorus or bridge. fill-in 1, transition (from normal) to variation. fill-in 2, transition (from variation) to normal. ending pattern.
Start INTRO NORMAL
When the INTRO, FILL 1, and FILL 2 sections are selected, the section plays through once and is Stop FILL 1 FILL 2 ENDING automatically followed by either the NORMAL or VARIATION pattern. INTRO is followed by NORMAL, FILL 1 is followed by VARIATION and VARIATION FILL 2 is followed by NORMAL. The FILL 1 and FILL 2 patterns automatically provide smooth, musical transitions between the NORMAL and VARIATION sections. Playback stops automatically after the ENDING section. The fill-ins FILL 1 and FILL 2 will play repeatedly as long as the button is held.
The currently selected section is shown in the SECTION area of the display.
You can change sections directly by pressing the appropriate section key. The newly selected section INTRO, NORMAL, VARIATION, or ENDING will begin playing from the top of the next measure. FILL 1 and FILL 2 begin as soon as the key is pressed. The newly selected section name will flash on the display until the new section actually begins playing.
Changing the Tempo
1 Engage the Tempo Change Mode
Press the [TEMPO] key to engage the tempo change mode. TEMP will appear on the display while the [TEMPO] key is held, the letter T (for Tempo) will appear, followed by the current tempo in quarter-notes per measure, when the [TEMPO] key is released.
All tracks are automatically turned ON when the QR10 power is initially turned on and when the PATTERN mode is selected from the SONG mode, or vice-versa.
5: More Creative Control
This chapter describes a range of features and functions that add to the QR10s musical versatility: changing voices for each track, recording original sampling voices, setting the volume of each track for the best overall balance, transposition, and giving the patterns a swing feel.
The QR10 has 70 preset voices, including a rhythm voice that contains 60 different drum and percussion instruments, that can be assigned to any of the accompaniment tracks. You can also record two original sampling voices that can be assigned in the same way (voice sampling is described in the next section).
Please note that voice changes made to the patterns are only temporary, and that the original DETAIL voices will be automatically restored as soon as a different pattern or mode is selected. You can make permanent voice assignments when programming your own combination or user patterns (pages 36 and 37).
1 Press the [VOICE SELECT] Key
VSEL will appear on the display while the [VOICE SELECT] key is held, then MELO will appear when the key is released, indicating that the melody voice can now be changed. Note that at the same time the MELODY track key indicator lights while all others go out.
2 Select a Track
Press a track key to select then track for which you want to select a new voice.
3 Select a Voice
Use either the  and [+1] keys or the number keys to select a new voice for the selected track.
Refer to the Voice List to HINT the right of the display for the voice categories and numbers. A complete list is given in the Appendix on page 46.
Notes played on an external MIDI keyboard or other controlling device that exceed the QR10s DETAIL 5-octave range will not sound.
5: More Creative Control (continued)
s The MELODY, CHORD, and BASS tracks.
To assign a voice to the MELODY, CHORD 1, CHORD 2, or BASS track, simply select the required voice number.
Voice number 71 (the rhythm DETAIL voice) cannot be assigned to the CHORD 1, CHORD 2, or BASS tracks.
s The RHYTHM track.
When the RHYTHM track is selected, the drum and percussion instruments included in voice number 71 are individually assigned to each note (C1 through B5). Refer to the Rhythm Voice List on page 47 for the percussion assignment. You can also assign voices 69 and 70 (the sampling voices, described below, if they contain data) to specific notes by first pressing the required note on the micro-keyboard (use the [OCTAVE] keys if necessary) and then selecting the desired voice number by using the  and [+1] or number keys.
7: Recording Original Songs
This section describes how you can create original songs based on the preset patterns or original patterns created as described in the next chapter. You can record section, chord, pattern, and tempo changes for plenty of musical versatility. You can even record a melody track to add extra life to your song.
Basic Song Recording
With the QR10, recording original songs is a straightforward, simple process: once youve engaged the record mode and made the initial settings, all you have to do is start recording and enter the required section and chord changes.
Use the  and [+1] keys or the numeric keys to select the number of the song you want to record. The recordable user songs are numbered from 50 to 99.
When you select an empty song (i.e. one that contains no data), a series of dashes appear DETAIL below PATTERN and CHORD on the display rather than the usual pattern number and chord. If a pattern number and chord appear on the display the song already contains data. Nothing will appear below PATTERN and CHORD, however, if the song only contains melody-track data.
You can completely erase individual songs in the user song memory by using the CLEAR function HINT described on page 34.
3 Engage the Record Ready Mode
Press the [RECORD] key to engage the record ready mode. The [RECORD] key indicator will light. The CHORD 1, CHORD 2, BASS, and RHYTHM track indicators should also light. If the MELODY track indicator lights instead (this means the melody track is selected for recording described later) press any track key other than the MELODY track key so that the CHORD 1, CHORD 2, BASS, and RHYTHM track indicators do light.
4 Select a Pattern
Select the pattern on which you want to base your song: press [PATTERN SELECT] and then use the  and [+1] keys, or the number keys, to select a pattern number. Then press [PATTERN SELECT] again, or the [EXIT] key, to return to the record ready mode. or
DETAIL You can base your song on a preset pattern, or select an original combination or user pattern created as described on pages 36 and 37, respectively.
7: Recording Original Songs (continued)
5 Select a Section
Use the section keys to select the section you want to start the song with.
6 Set the Record Tempo
You can select a slower (to make recording easier) or faster tempo as required in the normal way: press [TEMPO] and then use the  and [+1] keys, or the number keys, to set the required tempo. Then press [TEMPO] again, or the [EXIT] key, to return to the record ready mode.
5 Start Recording
Press the [START/STOP] key to start recording. After the usual 2-measure count-in, you can start recording your melody track by playing on the QR10 micro-keyboard or a MIDI keyboard connected to the QR10 MIDI IN connector (you can also record phrases by pressing the appropriate [PHRASE] key). When using the QR10 micro-keyboard, you will have to use the [OCTAVE] keys to shift octaves as required.
You can also record voice changes on the melody track, either during initial recording or DETAIL overdubbing, by selecting voices in the normal way. You should use the number keys rather than the  and [+1] keys to record voice changes in order to switch directly to the desired voice.
If you record from an external MIDI keyboard, sustain, pitch bend, and program change (voice HINT change) data will also be recorded.
Turning the QR10 power OFF during recording can result in the loss of all data and possibly CAUTION damage the QR10!
6 Stop Recording
Press the [START/STOP] key to stop recording.
If you record on the melody track beyond the end of the accompaniment tracks, the accompaniDETAIL ment tracks will stop and only the melody track will continue, as recorded, when the song is played back.
The melody track can be overdubbed in the same way as the accompaniment tracks.
s Fixing Mistakes Deleting Unwanted Changes
Mistakes and unwanted changes can easily be deleted from the accompaniment or melody tracks as follows:
With the song to be corrected selected, press the [RECORD] key to engage the record ready mode. The [RECORD] key indicator will light.
2 Select the Track(s) to Correct
To correct the MELODY track, press the [MELODY] track key so that the MELODY track indicator lights and all other track indicators will go out. To correct the accompaniment tracks, press any track key other than the MELODY track key so that the CHORD 1, CHORD 2, BASS, and RHYTHM track indicators light.
3 Start Recording
Press the [START/STOP] key to start recording.
4 Delete the Unwanted Changes
The various types of recorded data can be individually deleted by pressing the keys listed below while holding the [SHIFT/ DELETE] key. All corresponding changes that occur while these keys are held will be deleted.
s The Accompaniment Tracks
Chord changes are deleted by holding the [SHIFT/DELETE] key and pressing any chord type key. Section changes are deleted by holding the [SHIFT/DELETE] key and pressing any section key. Pattern changes are deleted by holding the [SHIFT/DELETE] key and pressing the [PATTERN SELECT] key. Tempo changes are deleted by holding the [SHIFT/DELETE] key and pressing the [TEMPO] key.
s The Melody Track
Note, pitch bend, and sustain data are deleted by holding the [SHIFT/ DELETE] key and pressing any microkeyboard key. Voice changes are deleted by holding the [SHIFT/DELETE] key and pressing the [VOICE SELECT] key. Phrases entered by using the QR10 [PHRASE] keys are deleted by holding the [SHIFT/DELETE] key and pressing the appropriate [PHRASE] key.
5 Stop Recording
Press the [START/STOP] key to stop recording when the required corrections have been made.
Easy CHORD PROGRESSION Recording
The QR10 features a special CHORD PROGRESSION recording mode that makes it easy to enter complicated chord progressions and fast chord changes.
1 Record the Required Chord Changes
Use the normal song recording procedure to record the required chord changes (page 28). Dont worry about the timing of the chords, just enter the chords in the proper sequence. Dont enter any section, pattern changes or tempo changes yet. Stop recording when done.
2 Engage the Record Ready Mode Again
Press the [RECORD] key to engage the record ready mode. The [RECORD] key indicator will light. Make sure the accompaniment tracks are selected.
3 Engage the CHORD PROGRESSION
Press the [CHORD PROGRESS] key to engage the CHORD PROGRESSION function. An indicator block should appear next to CHORD PROGRESSION on the display.
4 Start Recording
Press the [START/STOP] key to start recording then, after the usual count-in, press the [CHORD PROGRESS] key whenever you want to switch to the next chord. Timing is easy since you only have to press a single key to progress from chord to chord.
Any section, pattern, and tempo changes recorded prior to using the CHORD PROGRESSION DETAIL function will be erased.
HINT You can use the CHORD PROGRESSION function during song playback to rehearse the chord timing prior to actually recording.
DETAIL If you hold the [CHORD PROGRESS] key for longer than an eighth note, the next chord will also be recorded.
Press the [START/STOP] key to stop recording when done.
DETAIL A footswitch connected to the rear-panel INPUT jack can be used to start and stop chord progression recording and advance the chord progression if the FOOT SW function is turned on (page 11). The first press on the footswitch starts recording, subsequent presses switch to the next chord until that last chord in the progression has been selected, then the final press stops recording.
6 Record the Required Section, Pattern and Other Changes
Once the chord progression has been recorded as required, you can go back and overdub section, pattern, and other changes (even more chord changes) to finish up your song.
If the CHORD PROGRESSION function is cancelled by pressing the [START/STOP] button before all DETAIL chords have been entered, the remaining chords will be entered at eighth-note intervals.
The Song Clear & Copy Functions
s Song Clear
The SONG mode CLEAR function completely erases the selected user song. If you want to save the song data before clearing the song from the QR10 memory to make room for new material, use the MIDI BULK DUMP function, described on page 43, to transfer the song data to a MIDI data recorder such as the Yamaha MDF2 MIDI Data Filer.
1 Select a Song
Select the song you want to clear (only song numbers 50 through 99 can be cleared).
2 Engage the CLEAR Function
Press the [CLEAR] key (the number 3 key) while holding the [SHIFT] key.
3 Select the Track(s) to Clear
You can clear the MELODY and accompaniment tracks independently by selecting the appropriate tracks prior to executing the clear function. The accompaniment tracks CHORD 1, CHORD 2, BASS, RHYTHM are selected as a group.
4 Press [START/STOP] to Clear
Press the [START/STOP] key to actually clear the selected song, or [EXIT] to exit from the CLEAR function.
CAUTION Turning the QR10 power OFF during execution of the clear or copy function may result in loss of all data and possibly damage the QR10!
IMPORTANT Any previous data in the specified song location will be completely erased. Make sure that the song number to be cleared does not contain any data you want to keep before executing the CLEAR function. Data can be saved prior to clearing by moving it to a different song number with the COPY function, described below, or by transferring it to an external MIDI data storage device such as the Yamaha MDF2 MIDI Data Filer by using the MIDI BULK DUMP function (page 43).
s Song Copy
The SONG mode COPY function can simplify song programming by letting you copy an existing song, preset or user, to a new user song number, in which it can be modified as required.
1 Select the Source Song
Select the song you want to copy. This can be any of the preset or user songs.
2 Engage the COPY Function
Press the [COPY] key (the number 6 key) while holding the [SHIFT] key.
3 Select the Track(s) to Copy
You can copy the MELODY and accompaniment tracks independently by selecting the appropriate tracks prior to executing the copy function. The accompaniment tracks CHORD 1, CHORD 2, BASS, RHYTHM are selected as a group.
4 Select the Destination Song
Use the  and [+1] keys or the number keys to enter the number of the destination song (i.e. the song number to which the source song is to be copied). The destination song number must be between 50 and 99.
5 Press [START/STOP] to Copy
Press the [START/STOP] key to actually copy the source song to the specified destination song number, or [EXIT] to exit from the COPY function.
Any previous data in the destination song location will be erased and replaced by the source IMPORTANT song when the copy function is executed.
DETAIL If the QR10 memory becomes full due to a copy operation, the memory full error display ERR 3 will appear. If this happens, use the pattern clear (page 40) and song clear (page 34) functions as necessary to erase unwanted data to make room for the data to be copied.
8: Recording Original Patterns
The QR10 provides two types of patterns that you can program yourself and then use in songs in the same way as the preset patterns: 50 through 59 are user patterns that you can program from scratch. 60 through 99 are combination patterns that can easily be assembled by combining parts from different preset or user patterns.
Recording the Combination Patterns
The QR10s combination patterns pattern numbers 60 through 99 make it easy to create new patterns by simply combining different tracks from different patterns. You could, for example, combine a rock rhythm track with a jazz bass track and chord tracks from, say, one country and one Latin pattern. This makes it possible to create a virtually unlimited range of new sounds without the need for complicated programming procedures. Heres how:
The six sections for each user pattern can be recorded separately. Use the section keys to select the section you want to record.
4 Engage the Record Ready Mode and Set the Quantization, Time Signature, and
Pattern Length (Measure)
Each time the [RECORD] key is pressed while the [SHIFT] key is held, the quantize, time signature, and pattern length (Measure) functions are selected in sequence. This also engages the record ready mode (the [RECORD] key indicator will light).
Use the  and [+1] keys to turn quantization off or set an appropriate quantize value (8, 16, 32, 12, 24, 48, off). Quantization ensures that all notes are aligned to the nearest specified beat. If a quantize of 16 (the default value) is selected, then all notes will be aligned to the nearest 16th note. When quantization is turned off, notes are recorded with maximum resolution.
s Time Signature (TS)
Use the  and [+1] keys to set the time signature as required. The available time signatures are: 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 8/4 1/8, 2/8, 3/8, 4/8, 5/8, 6/8, 7/8, 8/8
The upper number on the display (next to TS, for Time Signature), corresponds to the upper number of the time signature (i.e. the number of beats per measure), and the lower number on the display corresponds to the lower number of the time signature (i.e. the length of each beat: 4 = quarter notes; 8 = 8th notes).
s Pattern Length
Use the  and [+1] keys to specify the number of measures in the pattern from 1 to 8 measures.
The time signature and pattern IMPORTANT length parameters can only be changed if the selected user pattern is empty. If the selected pattern contains any data at all Err 2 (Error 2: Illegal Input) will appear on the display. If this happens, press any key to exit from the error display.
5 Select a Track to Record
Press the track key corresponding to the first track you want to record (normally this will be the RHYTHM track).
6 Select a Voice
Select the voice you want to use for the current track: press the [VOICE SELECT] key and, while trying out the voices on the micro-keyboard, use the  and [+1] keys or the number keys to select the desired voice. Press [VOICE SELECT] again or the [EXIT] key to return to the record ready mode when done.
You can also change the voice HINT assignments later in the same way.
1 Select a Pattern and Section
Select the pattern you want to clear (only pattern numbers 50 through 59 can be cleared). Use the section keys to select the section of the pattern you want to clear.
Use the track keys to select the track or tracks you want to clear.
Press the [START/STOP] key to actually clear the selected pattern, or [EXIT] to exit from the CLEAR function.
Turning the QR10 power OFF during execution of the clear or copy function may result in loss CAUTION of all data and possibly damage the QR10!
Any previous data in the specified pattern will be completely erased. Make sure that the IMPORTANT pattern to be cleared does not contain any data you want to keep before executing the CLEAR function. Data can be saved prior to clearing by moving it to a different pattern number with the COPY function, described below, or by transferring it to an external MIDI data storage device such as the Yamaha MDF2 MIDI Data Filer by using the MIDI BULK DUMP function (page 43).
s Pattern Copy
The PATTERN mode COPY function can simplify pattern programming by letting you copy any section of an existing pattern preset, combination, or user to a new user pattern number, in which it can be modified as required.
1 Select the Source Pattern and Section
Select the pattern you want to copy. This can be any of the preset, combination, or user patterns. Use the section keys to select the section of the pattern you want to copy.
Press the [COPY] key (the number 6 key) while holding the [SHIFT] key. The pattern number and section name to be copied will appear on the display.
Section Name Pattern Number
Use the track keys to select the track or tracks you want to copy.
4 Select the Destination Pattern
Use the  and [+1] keys or the number keys to enter the number of the destination pattern (i.e. the pattern number to which the source pattern is to be copied). The destination pattern number must be between 50 and 59. Use the section keys to select the section of the pattern you want to copy to.
DETAIL You can copy between patterns having different numbers of measures, but not between patterns having different time signatures.
Press the [START/STOP] key to actually copy the source pattern to the specified destination pattern number, or [EXIT] to exit from the COPY function.
Any previous data in the destination pattern location will be erased and replaced by the IMPORTANT source pattern when the copy function is executed.
If the QR10 memory becomes full due to a copy operation, the memory full error display ERR DETAIL 3 will appear. If this happens, use the pattern clear (page 40) and song clear (page 34) functions as necessary to erase unwanted data to make room for the data to be copied.
Rhythm & Blues
Funk & Soul
Caribbean Country & World
Jazz & Swing
March & Waltz
Rhythm Voice List
Note No. 55 Note B 0 C 1 Cs 1 D 1 Ds 1 E 1 F 1 Fs 1 G 1 Gs 1 A 1 As 1 B 1 C 2 Cs 2 D 2 Ds 2 E 2 F 2 Fs 2 G 2 Rhythm Voice Bass Drum 2 Bass Drum 1 Side Stick Acoustic Snare Hand Clap Rim Snare Low Floor Tom Closed Hi-Hat High Floor Tom Pedal Hi-Hat Low Tom Soft Open Hi-Hat Low-Mid Tom Hi-Mid Tom Crash Cymbal 1 High Tom Ride Cymbal 1 Chinese Cymbal Ride Bell Tambourine Splash Cymbal Note No. 76 Note Gs 2 A 2 As 2 B 2 C 3 Cs 3 D 3 Ds 3 E 3 F 3 Fs 3 G 3 Gs 3 A 3 As 3 B 3 C 4 Cs 4 D 4 Ds 4 E 4 Rhythm Voice Cowbell Crash Cymbal 2 Reverse Cymbal Ride Cymbal 2 Hi Bongo Low Bongo Mute Hi Conga Open Hi Conga Low Conga High Timbale Low Timbale High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas Metronome Click L Metronome Click H Short Guiro Long Guiro Claves Hi Wood Block Note No. 95 Note F 4 Fs 4 G 4 Gs 4 A 4 As 4 B 4 C 5 Cs 5 D 5 Ds 5 E 5 F 5 Fs 5 G 5 Gs 5 A 5 As 5 B 5 Rhythm Voice Low Wood Block Stick High Bass Drum 2 Gated Bass Drum Gated Snare Shaker Power Snare Power Rim Snare Quarter Hi-Hat Analog Bass Drum Analog Snare 1 Analog Snare 2 Analog Low Tom Analog Mid Tom Analog Hi Tom Analog CHH Analog OHH Analog Hi Conga Analog Low Conga
If you cant get a function to work properly, or your QR10 appears to be malfunctioning, please check the symptoms and possible causes listed below before assuming that your QR10 is faulty.
Symptom No power. Possible Cause/Cure Make sure that the AC adaptor is plugged in properly. If youre not using an AC adaptor, make sure that a full set of fresh batteries is installed. Make sure that the batteries are installed facing the right way (i.e. correct polarity). Check that the volume control is set to a reasonable level (page 11). Make sure that the individual track volume parameters are set to reasonable levels (page 21). Make sure that the tracks you want to play back are selected (page 16). No sound will be produced if you have selected a sampling voice that has not yet been recorded (page 19). No sound will be produced by the internal speaker if anything is plugged into the PHONES jack (page 4). The sound of an external source plugged into the INPUT jack will not be heard if the FOOT SW function is turned ON (page 11).
The batteries may be running low. If the sound of an external source plugged into the INPUT jack is distorted, the input level is probably too high (page 5). Make sure that the TRANSPOSE parameter is set to 0 (page 21). If youre using the micro-keyboard to input chords, then youll hear the sound of a chord, not just the pitch of the key pressed (page 14). You may be exceeding the maximum polyphony of the QR10 (max. 28 notes). Playback will not start if you have selected a user pattern or song that has not been recorded (pages 10, 23). The [START/STOP] key does not function if the MIDI SYNC mode is turned ON and no MIDI clock signal is received via the MIDI IN connector (page 44). You cannot change the time signature of a pattern that has already been recorded (page 38). You cannot change chords via the micro-keyboard in the SONG mode. In this mode chords can only be changed via the [CHORD PROGRESS] button if the CHORD PROGRESS function is turned ON (page 33).
The micro-keyboard produces the wrong pitch. Some notes arent played. The [START/STOP] keys does not function. Time signature cannot be set. Chords cannot be changed via the micro-keyboard during song playback.
The [PHRASE] keys produce no sound. The phrase keys do not produce sound in the PATTERN mode (they function as CHORD SHIFT keys in this mode page 39). The footswitch does not function. ABC does not function. Bulk data not received. The FOOT SW function must be turned ON in order for the footswitch to work (page 11). Make sure that the ABC function is turned ON (page 44). Make sure that you are playing chords within the specified ABC range (page 45). Bulk data can only be received when the initial SONG or PATTERN play mode display is showing and playback is stopped.
The following error messages will appear on the QR10 display to warn you of operation errors and other problems.
E;:01 E;:0@ E;:0# Preset data! You have attempted to edit a preset parameter that can not be changed. Illegal input! You have attempted to enter a value that is outside the range of the selected parameter or is not recognized by the QR10. Memory full! This message will appear if the QR10 memory becomes full. Use the pattern or song clear function to make room for further recording. Low batteries! The dry batteries powering the QR10 are exhausted and must be replaced. MIDI buffer full! The MIDI input buffer is full and can handle no more data. Reduce the amount or complexity of the MIDI data being sent to the QR10. Bulk receive failed! Bulk data could not be properly received by the QR10. Unrecognizable bulk data! Bulk data has been received but is not recognizable by the QR10. Bulk receive interrupted! Bulk data being received was interrupted before the reception was complete. Backup battery low! The internal memory backup battery is too low to retain the data in memory and must be replaced. Have the backup battery replaced by qualified Yamaha service personnel!.
E;:0^ E;:0& E;:0* E;:0(
Tone Generator Type Polyphony Normal voices Percussion voices Sampled voices Patterns Preset Combination User Sections per pattern Tracks Chord roots Chord types Note resolution Recordable data Other function Songs Preset User Tracks Recordable data Other function System Functions Sampling quantization Sampling time Others Connectors AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) 28 notes max. 2
10 6: INTRO, NORMAL, VARIATION, FILL 1, FILL 2, ENDING 4: CHORD 1, CHORD 2, BASS, RHYTHM 12: C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B 24: Major, minor, 7th, m7, M7, mM7, 7sus4, dim, m7(5), 6th, m6, +5, Madd9, madd9, 9th, m9, M9, 7(+9), 7(9), 7(+11), m7(11), 7(13), sus4, 7(+5) 1/96 note Note, Pitch bend, Control change (sustain) (Note only on rhythm track) Swing
STATUS NOTE NUMBER VELOCITY 1000nnnn 0kkkkkkk 0vvvvvvv (8nH) n = 0~15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER k = 0 (C-2)~127 (G8) v is ignored. 0~127
(Sample Data) STATUS IDENTIFICATION SUB STATUS FORMAT NUMBER BYTE COUNT(MSB) BYTE COUNT(LSB) CLASSIFICATION NAME
2) NOTE ON/OFF
STATUS NOTE NUMBER VELOCITY 1001nnnn 0kkkkkkk 0vvvvvvv 00000000 (9nH) n = 0~15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER k = 0 (C-2)~127 (G8) (v0) NOTE ON v = 1~127 (v0) NOTE OFF
0bbbbbbb 0bbbbbbb 0ddddddd | 0ddddddd 0eeeeeee 11110111
(F0H) (43H) (00H) (7EH)
(38H) ASCII3 (57H) ASCIIW (44H) ASCIID
3) CONTROL CHANGE
STATUS CONTROL NUMBER CONTROL VALUE 1011nnnn 01000000 0vvvvvvv (BnH) n = 0~8,10~15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER (40H) SUSTAIN SWITCH v = 0~63:OFF,64~127:ON
4) PROGRAM CHANGE
STATUS PROGRAM NUMBER 1100nnnn 0ppppppp (CnH) n = 0~8,10~15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER p = 0~127
* The program numbers corresponding to each voice channel of the internal tone generator are as follows:
VOICE CH.No. 0, 4~8, 10~15 1~3 PROGRAM No. 0~71 0~70
(Sequencer System) STATUS IDENTIFICATION SUB STATUS FORMAT NUMBER BYTE COUNT(MSB) BYTE COUNT(LSB) CLASSIFICATION NAME
5) PITCH BEND CHANGE
STATUS LSB MSB 1110nnnn 0vvvvvvv 0vvvvvvv (EnH) n = 0~8,10~15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER PITCH BEND CHANGE LSB PITCH BEND CHANGE MSB
0bbbbbbb 0bbbbbbb 0ddddddd | 0ddddddd
(38H) ASCII3 (53H) ASCIIS (53H) ASCIIS
* Channel messages are always received in the omni mode during recording.
CHECK SUM EOX (Sequence Data) STATUS IDENTIFICATION SUB STATUS FORMAT NUMBER BYTE COUNT(MSB) BYTE COUNT(LSB) CLASSIFICATION NAME
* FEH transmitted approximately once every 180 milliseconds.
2-2-2. Channel Message 1) NOTE ON/OFF
STATUS ASCIIL ASCIIM ASCII_ ASCII_ ASCII0 ASCII1 ASCII2 NOTE NUMBER VELOCITY 1001nnnn 0kkkkkkk 0vvvvvvv 00000000 (9nH) n = 0~7,9 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER k = 0 (C-2)~127 (G8) (v0) NOTE ON v = 1~127 (v0) NOTE OFF
2) CONTROL CHANGE
STATUS CONTROL NUMBER CONTROL VALUE 1011nnnn 01000000 0vvvvvvv (BnH) n = 0~3 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER (40H) SUSTAIN SWITCH v = 0~127
(38H) ASCII3 (42H) ASCIIB (53H) ASCIIS
3) PROGRAM CHANGE
2s complement of 7 bits sum of all data bytes (F7H) STATUS PROGRAM NUMBER 1100nnnn 0ppppppp (CnH) n = 0 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER p = 0~127
ORGAN & KEYBOARD CAVALCADE
PAIR ELKA CUB 50 PWR AMPS, WHEEL MOUNTED, 250, G JAMES, 3571 (BRISTOL) ELECTRONIC ELKAVOX F3 ACCORDION, 850, J HINCKS, (PLYMOUTH) HOME USE. LESLIE TONE CABINET FITTING KIT, 20 O.N.O. C STAPLETON, (WHITTLESEY) PAIR YAMAHA KA10 AMP.SPKRS, 390, YAMAHA DOM30 ORCHESTRA MODULE + MANUAL, 115, AS NEW, STANLEY SY-FD1 DIGITAL DISK RECORDER, 150, KEN ERRINGTON, (I.O.M.) HAMMOND VOICE CARDS NO.1&2 , AND 16K RAM CARD, 10 EACH, HAMMOND SX2500/3000 OWNERS MANUAL 8, MIKE WALSH, (YORK) KA20 SPEAKERS, 350, HARRY, (HEREFORD) REG.PACK RP1 FOR YAMAHA MC600 ORGAN. A YARDLEY 2442 ORGANIST/PIANIST WOULD LIKE TO MEET OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS IN THE MANCHESTER AREA, PLAYING EL70 AND OTHER MAKES FOR MUTUAL INTEREST. ALSO ORGANIST AVAILABLE FOR RELIEF WORK PLAYING FOR 50+50 DANCING, BASIL MOSLIN, 7320. GN9 SERVICE MANUAL, 10, PETER 9920 (SURREY) MINT COND. PIANO ACCORDION HOHNER VERDI III + CASE. 5 TREBLE COUPLERS + 3 BASS, 125, J HOWARD, (TORBAY) EXCELLENT COND. YAMAHA TM5 SPEAKER, WOOD CABINET, WILL SUIT D65/85, FS30/50/70 , OFFERS, A TURNER, (NUNEATON) 11 X VARIOUS TECHNICS GA3 DISKS, 75 O.V.N.O., WILL SPLIT @ 7 EACH, TECH-PLUS GA/FA VIDEO MANUAL,10, ARTHUR McCATRNEY, (ESSEX) RA50 REAL TIME ARRANGER+INSTRUCTION BOOK & 6 STYLE CARDS, 200, S PRITCHARD, (SHROPS) COMBO IN CARRIER CASE, STEREO OR MONO, 50 WATT AMP X 2 SPKRS, 95, FULLY ENCLOSED TRAILER, LOCKING DOOR, 4FT, 250, MR CRAWSHAY, (MILTON KEYNES) 2 x YAMAHA MS60 POWERED MONITORS FOR ORGAN/KEYBOARD OR DIG.PIANO, 699, TONY, (E.SUSSEX) VARIOUS VIDEO MANUALS FOR KN, TECHNICS, YAMAHA, 10-14, FC7 VOLUME PEDAL, 15, ATARI 1040 STX2, 75, D GARRETT, 5909 (LONDON) ACCORDION 72 BASS GALOTTA, 250, JIM (PLYMOUTH) AS NEW THE COMPLETE ORGAN PLAYER PERF.& REG.DISKS1-3 BY JANET DOWSETT FOR EL70/90 WITH INSTRUCTIONS, 15, TREVOR BUNCE, EL90 DISKS, 5.50 EACH OR P/X FOR GA3 DISKS, NORMAN, (WILTS) LRG COLLECTION OF KBRD PLAYER/ REVIEW MAGAZINES DATING BACK TO 1990, FREE, R ABRAHAM, (WINCHESTER) EKO.DREAM BOX RHYTHM UNIT, 30, KEN, (BOLTON)
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CHRISTINES ORGAN COMPANY Organs, Keyboards and Pianos bought and sold for cash. Phone 2040. NOW!
17 x EL90 REG.DISKS, 5 EACH, D SMITH, (DEVON) TECHNICS KN1600 TUTORIAL VIDEO, 14, KORG i5S/i5M SOUND DISKS, 5, GEM WX2/WX4 STYLE, SOUND, SONG DISKS, 5, TERRY, (LINCS) ROLAND MIDI PEDALBRD PK5, 150, MR DICKENS, 5483 (LONDON) EXCELLENT COND. ROGERS STUDIO 7 SPKRS FOR HI FI, 550, tECHNICS D.C.C. DECK. RS.DC10, 249, MR SWAIN, 01480 214044, (CAMBS). BOXED, MINT COND, HARDLY USED. MONDAY 1ST NOVEMBER HOWARD BEAUMONT,8.00pm, DISKS FOR TECHNICS Henderson Memprial Hall, High St, KN3000,1400,1500,1600 ETC, JOHN BARNETT, 8.00pm, Rangers Abbots Langley, WATFORD Organ CHRISTMAS SONGS WITH BOOK, 10, Social Club, Astonfields Rd, Club, OTHERS 7 EACH. YAMAHA STAFFORD Organ Society, 01785 RAMPACKS RP3 FOR HC/HS, 15 EACH, MATTHEW BASON, 8.00pm, 245400 MR PERRYER, (LANCS) ASHFORD Organ Club, ALISTAIR KIERNAN, 8.00pm, Langley LESLIE ORGAN CABINET MODEL 720 JOHN WALKER, 8.00pm, Plinston Hall, Sports Club, Hawksbrook Lane, WITH 11PIN CONNECT.+ CABLE, 225 Broadway, LETCHWORTH, N.Herts BECKENHAM, Shirley Organ Society, O.N.O., P QUANTRILL 01760 Organ Society 6139 721783(NORFOLK) PAUL PARSONS, 7.45pm, Neuadd JOHN BOWDLER, 7.30pm, Bonington KA20 SPKR CABINETS, 300, HARRY, Pendre, TYWYN, (HEREFORD) Theatre, Arnold Centre, NOTTINGHAM Organ Society, 0114 COMBO IN CARRY CASE, STEREO OR ERIC BARBER, 12.30pm, MONO X 2 SPKRS, 95, ENCLOSED Longcauseway Church, DEWSBURY CHIHO SUNAMOTO, 8.00pm, Humber TRAILER 5x 3x4, 250, R CRAWSHAY, St.Andrews Club, Anlaby Rd, HULL, (M.KEYNES) Springfield Organ Society, 01482 THURSDAY 4TH NOVEMBER FD5 DIGITAL DISK RECORDER, 100, M 377311 JOTCHAM, (GLOS) ELIZABETH HARRISON, 7.45pm, RYAN EDWARDS, 8.00pm, Social Christ Church, Bear St, BARNSTAPLE Club, Ashfield Cres, Cheshire, WANTED: Organ Club, CHEADLE Organ Society, RA90/95 EXPANDER, MR DYKE RICHARD BOWER, 7.30pm, 837038 Bottesford Village Hall, SCUNTHORPE MIDI FILES WITH LYRICS, D DARBY Organ Society TUESDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 6241 (W.MIDS) TIM COOPER, 8.00pm, Sankey PAIR YAMAHA SPKRS MS60, R JOHN DALLEY, 8.00pm, Westham Conserv.Club, Meeting Lane, Penketh, BRADLEY, 2120 (W.MIDS) Village Hall, EASTBOURNE Organ WARRINGTON Organ Club, 01925 ELKA X30 OR EP12 OWNERS MANUAL Club, 654462 + WIRING INSTRUCTIONS, CLIFF, 01353 HARRY JACKSON, 8.00pm, Lord RYAN EDWARDS, 7.30pm, Utd Reform 740256 (CAMBS) Kitchener Hall, Wrotham Rd, Church Hall, East St, BRIDPORT ORGAN TRANSPORTER - JERRY ALLEN WELLING, BEOS, Organ Club, TYPE, KEN ERRINGTON, (I.O.M.) PHIL TEMPEST, Pretoria WMC, JOHN DALLEY, SUSSEX Organ Westfield Lane, S.ELMSALL, ABC SOLO K/BRD PLAYER SEEKS SHORT Society, Organ Society, 370379 BREAK HOLIDAY WORK ANYWHERE OR HOWARD BEAUMONT, High School, ONE NIGHTERS (E.ANGLIS AREA) LEN PAUL CARMEN, 8.00pm, Masonic Jermyn St, SLEAFORD Organ Club, EBBAGE, Hall, Westbourne Rd, Urmston, EASY-PLAY MUSIC, MR WELLS 01377 TRAFFORD Organ Society, PHIL KELSALL, 8.30pm, Stanford Hall 217411 (E.YORKS) 7353 Theatre, LOUGHBOROUGH BOOKS ABOUT THEATRE/CINEMA MARK SPEIGHT, 8.00pm, Richmond ORGANS, GOEFF, JOHN WALKER, 7.30pm, W.End Hall, Hall, High Rd, BENFLEET Organ (DERBY) W.End Rd, WYCOMBE Organ Club, Society ROLAND MSA/MSD STYLE DISK BRETT WALES, 8.00pm, Memorial ESPECIALLY BALLROOM FOR E86/96 TIM FLINT, 7.45pm, Matthews Hall, Hall, The Forebury, KEYBOARDS, BRIAN MARCHANT, 0161 Fore St, Topsham, EXETER Organ SAWBRIDGEWORTH Organ Club, Club HELP AND ADVICE WANTED FROM ANYONE WITH A TECHNICS KN5000 NICHOLAS MARTIN, N.STAFFS FRIDAY 5TH NOVEMBER CALL (STEVENAGE) Organ Club VIDEO INTERFACE & LEAD FOR RYAN EDWARDS, 8.00pm, Lyric EDDIE RUHIER, 7.45pm, Stanway KARAOKE USING SOLTON MS60, ALSO Theatre, Laughton Rd, DINNINGTON, Village Hall, Villa Rd, COLCHESTER SOFTWARE STYLE DISCS, J WHITE, Sheffield, S.Yorkshire Organ Club Organ Society, (LANCS) ELIZABETH HARRISON, 7.30pm, TONY STACE, 8.00pm, Southborough CLASSICAL ORGAN 2 X 61 + 32 RCO Oldway Mansion, Paignton, TORBAY Comm.Centre, Crundwell Rd, KENT & PEDALBOARD, Organ Club. SUSSEX Organ Club, (EVENINGS) WANTED BY STUDENT, VERY REASONABLE PLEASE PAUL ROBERTS, 8.00pm, MARK SPEIGHT, 8.00pm, St James Conserv.Club, Winchester, x EXTERNAL YAMAHA POWERED Church Hall, Union St, TROWBRIDGE 431669 SPEAKERS MS60 OR SIMILAR, MR Organ Club, , MELLUISH, (CHESH) TONY STACE, Bedford Suite, Town SOFTWARE DISKS FOR TECHNICS Hall, SUTTON Organ Society 01543 SATURDAY 6TH NOVEMBER GA1/3 IN EXCHANGE FOR EL70/DISKS, TERRY, BRETT WALES, 8.00pm, Janes MAX TAKANO, 7.15pm, Church Hall, REG.PACK RP1 FOR YAMAHA MC600 Hornsby High School, High Rd, Milford On Sea, New Forest Organ ORGAN, A YARDLEY, 2442 Laindon, BASILDON Keyboard Club, Society, PSR5700, JOHN PAINTER, (WREXHAM) WEDNESDAY 3RD INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR YAMAHA SUNDAY 7TH NOVEMBER NOVEMBER QR10 MUSIC ACCOMPANIMENT PLAYER, K MARTIN, 9586 JANET DOWSETT, 2.30pm, W.I.Hall, JANET DOWSET, 8.00pm, Barrington MUSIC FOR GOLD & SILVER WALTZ BY Alexandra Rd, WISBECH Organ Theatre, Comm.Centre, Library Rd, LEHAR, MIKE WALSH, Society, FERNDOWN Music makers, 01202 MIDI SETTING INFORMATION FOR AN NIGEL OGDEN, 3.00pm, Town Hall, 686870 ELKA EP12, KEN, HENLEY Organ Trust, MIKE SLATER, 8.00pm, Jubilee Hall, (BOLTON) HOWARD BEAUMONT, 3.00pm, Wellow Rd, OLLERTON Organ Society, PEDALS FOR THE TECHNICS KN701, Gordon Craig Theatre, Lytton Way, FREDA BANNON RYAN, DUBLIN 4558258 STEVENAGE Organ Society, TIM FLINT, 7.30pm, Const.Club, USER HANDBOOK FOR GEM GARNET, JOHN DALLEY, 3.00pm, William SINGLE MANUAL ORGAN, KEN 01745 Crouch Lane, SEAFORD Organ Club, 888279
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