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deepak 7:57am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 
Yamaha PSRE213-K I bought this for my little brother, he is 14 and learning keyboard at school. Yamaha PSRE213-K I bought this for my daughter who has just started leaarning the piano and it was recommended to us by her teacher before we were to ...
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Great value We have just taken delivery of this item (would definately recommend the proper Yamaha stand to put it on) and we are thrilled. Just the ticket! As a final attempt to discover if I had any kind of music talent before I hit 40, I decided to try the piano.

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q Split & Dual Modes

There are five possible combinations of the split and dual modes, as shown below. The part for the single-voice side of the combination is selected simply by pressing the appropriate part button, while for the dual-voice side both buttons must be pressed simultaneously (or one while holding the other).

L1 voice.

R1 & R2 voices.
The R1 & R2 voices are played across the entire keyboard.

L2 voice.

q Split Modes
The PSR-410 allows four different split modes, with one voice played on the left-hand section of the keyboard ([L1] or [L2]) and a different voice on the right-hand section of the keyboard ([R1] or [R2]). Selecting a split mode is simply a matter of pressing the buttons corresponding to the desired left- and right-hand parts. The split point (i.e. the key at which the voices change over) can be set at any desired key by using the SPLIT POINT CHANGE function described on page 18.

L1 & L2 voices.

R2 voice.

R1 voice.

s Voice Assignment
You can assign any of the PSR-410s 128 voices to each of the ORCHESTRATION parts, whether the part is currently ON or OFF.
ZPress the [VOICE SELECT] Button...
You dont need to do this if the [VOICE SELECT] indicator is already lit. Also make sure that the [KEYBOARD PERCUSSION] indicator is out.
XSelect the Part You Want to Edit....
Use the ORCHESTRATION [EDIT] button to select the part to which you want to assign a new voice. The [EDIT] indicators light in sequence in the clockwise direction each time the [EDIT] button is pressed.
You can edit the voice number of a part that is OFF while playing a different part. Actually, the [VOICE SELECT] mode is automatically selected whenever the [EDIT] button is pressed, so you dont really need to press [VOICE SELECT] as described in step 1 if youre going to use the [EDIT] button prior to selecting a voice number.
CSelect a Voice Number.....
Referring to the VOICE list printed on the PSR-410 panel, use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, or the [VOICE SELECT] button itself to select the required voice number (see page 8 for editing procedure details).
Example: Voice number 120
When entering voice numbers higher than 99, use the [+/] button to enter the hundreds digit prior to entering the tens and ones digits: the button alternately selects no hundreds digit or 1.

ZTurn Auto Harmony ON....


Press the [HARMONY] button so that its indicator lights. This turns Auto Harmony ON.
The HARMONY cant be engaged when Keyboard Percussion is ON.
XPress the [HARMONY TYPE] Button....
Press the VOICE control section [HARMONY TYPE] button. The number of the currently selected harmony type will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
CSelect a Harmony Type....
Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, or the [HARMONY TYPE] button itself to select the desired effect.

The Harmony Types

05 Duet 1+5 Country Trio Block 10 4-way close 1 4-way close 2 4-way open Octave Strum
VTurn Auto Harmony ON or OFF as Required....
Use the [HARMONY] button to turn Auto Harmony ON or OFF. Auto Harmony is ON when the [HARMONY] button indicator is lit.
When Auto Harmony is used in the dual mode, the R1 voice responds to notes played on the keyboard while the harmony notes are played by the R1 and R2 voices, depending on the selected harmony type. Only a single note can be played at a time on the keyboard (or the right-hand section of the keyboard) when the Auto Harmony feature is used. If you play more than one note at the same time while Auto Harmony is ON, only the highest note will sound. Auto Harmony will only function when the Auto Accompaniment function is being used (page 20).

s Keyboard Percussion

The PSR-410 has 8 different drum and percussion kits that can be played on the keyboard when the Keyboard Percussion function is turned ON. The types of drum and percussion instruments played by the various keys when Keyboard Percussion function is selected are marked by symbols above the keys.
ZTurn Keyboard Percussion ON....
Press the [KEYBOARD PERCUSSION] button so that its indicator lights to turn Keyboard Percussion ON. The percussion kit number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
XSelect a Percussion Kit....
Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, or the [VOICE SELECT] button to select the desired percussion kit (1 through 8). See page 218 for a complete list of the percussion kit instruments.

The Percussion Kits

Standard Room Rock Electronic Analog Jazz Brush Classic
The HARMONY and TRANSPOSE functions (pages 15 and 19) do not affect the percussion sounds. The HARMONY function will be canceled when Keyboard Percussion is turned ON. The ORCHESTRATION [EDIT] button does not function when Keyboard Percussion is turned ON.

s Pitch Bend

The PITCH BEND wheel to the left of the keyboard allows the note pitch to be bent up or down roll the wheel away from you to bend up, and toward you to bend down (this situation can be reversed, as described below). When the PITCH BEND wheel is moved almost all the way in either direction, the current pitch bend range value will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY (see below).
q Setting the Pitch Bend Range
The maximum amount of pitch bend produced by the PITCH BEND wheel can be set anywhere from 1 semitone to 12 semitones (i.e. plus or minus one octave).
ZCall the Pitch Bend Range Parameter...
To set the pitch bend range, roll the PITCH BEND wheel all the way in either direction so that the current range value appears on the MULTI DISPLAY.
XSet the Pitch Bend Range.....
While holding the PITCH BEND wheel at its maximum position, use the [+] and [] buttons or the number buttons to select the desired pitch bend range. The pitch bend range value is displayed in semitones (12 through 12). If a minus setting is selected pitch bend wheel operation is reversed i.e. roll the wheel away from you to lower pitch. The default pitch bend range (02) can be instantly recalled by pressing [+] and [] buttons simultaneously.
CRelease the PITCH BEND Wheel....
Release the PITCH BEND wheel when youve set the required pitch bend range.

s Sustain

If you have plugged an optional Yamaha FC4 or FC5 footswitch into the PSR-410s rear-panel SUSTAIN PEDAL jack, the footswitch can be used as a damper pedal, controlling sustain. Press the pedal to sustain notes after the keys are released.
The OVERALL CONTROL section includes a range of parameters that, as their title suggests, apply to the overall sound of the PSR-410.





s Split Point Change

This function lets you set the split point (the key that separates the left-hand and right-hand orchestration parts) to any key on the keyboard.
ZTurn Auto Accompaniment OFF....


To set the split point for the left- and right-hand orchestration parts, make sure that the [AUTO ACCOMP] indicator is off before proceeding.
The PSR-410 actually memorizes two separate split points: one for the left- and right-hand orchestration parts, and one for Auto Accompaniment mode. See page 21 for details on setting the Auto Accompaniment split point.


XPress the [SPLIT POINT] Button....


Press the OVERALL CONTROL section [SPLIT POINT] button. The key number of the current split point will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.

s Touch Response

This function turns the touch response of the keyboard on or off. Use the [TOUCH RESPONSE] button to turn touch response ON or OFF as required. When OFF (i.e. when the indicator is off) the same volume is produced no matter how hard you play on the keyboard. Touch response can be TOUCH turned OFF to produce a more realistic effect with voices that normally do not RESPONSE have touch response: e.g. organ and harpsichord.
The PSR-410 has 80 accompaniment styles that can be used to provide fully-orchestrated Auto Accompaniment. When the Auto Accompaniment function is turned ON, the PSR-410 creates fully-orchestrated rhythm, bass, and chord accompaniment based on chords you play with the left hand in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard (i.e. all keys to the left of the Auto Accompaniment split point). The right-hand section of the keyboard is available for normal playing. The default Auto Accompaniment split point is the G2 (55) key. The Auto Accompaniment AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT section of the keyboard consists of all keys to Auto Accompaniment Normal w its left. The Auto Accompaniment split point can be set to any other key as described in Setting the Auto Accompaniment Split Point on page 21. Left-hand fingering specifies The right-hand plays
the auto accompaniment chords.


The PSR-410 also has a special Full Auto Accompaniment fingering mode in which chords played anywhere on the keyboard determine the Auto Accompaniment chords. See page 24 for details.














s Selecting a Style
Any of the PSR-410s 80 accompaniment styles can be selected via the normal editing procedure. This can be done either before or during accompaniment playback. See page 49 for descriptions of all 80 styles.
ZPress the [STYLE SELECT] Button....
When you press the [STYLE SELECT] button the currently selected style number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
XSelect a Style Number....
Referring to the STYLE list printed on the PSR-410 panel, use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, or the [STYLE SELECT] button itself to select the required style number (see page 8 for editing procedure details).
s Setting the Auto Accompaniment Split Point


To set the Auto Accompaniment split point, first turn Auto Accompaniment ON press the [AUTO ACCOMP] button so that its indicator lights then proceed with steps 2 and 3 as described in Split Point Change on page 18. The default Auto Accompaniment split point (55) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [] buttons at the same time.
Auto Accompaniment split point
Orchestration split point

Left voice

Right voice
If the Auto Accompaniment split point is set at a lower key than the orchestration split point, the L1 and/or L2 voice will sound between the Auto Accompaniment and orchestration split points.
If the Auto Accompaniment split point is set at a higher key than the orchestration split point, the L1 and/or L2 voice will sound throughout the entire Auto Accompaniment section.
Left voice Auto Accompaniment Orchestration split point
Right voice Auto Accompaniment
If the Auto Accompaniment Full fingering mode is selected, the L1 and/or L2 voice will sound to the left of the orchestration split point while the R1 and/or R2 voice will sound to the right of the orchestration split point.
s Auto Accompaniment Fingering
The PSR-410 has 5 Auto Accompaniment fingering modes, selected via the [FINGERING] button.
ZPress the [FINGERING] Button....


When you press the [FINGERING] button the currently selected Auto Accompaniment fingering number will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
XSelect a Fingering Mode....
Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, or the [FINGERING] button itself to select the required fingering mode (see page 8 for editing procedure details).
q Mode 1: Chord 1 The Chord 1 mode is ideal if you already know how to play chords on a keyboard, since it allows you to supply your own chords for the Auto Accompaniment feature. The PSR-410 will accept the following chord types:

Example for C chords

C CM 6 CM 7 CM7 #11

CMadd 9

Cm 7 b5

SINGLE mode fingering makes it simple to produce beautifully orchestrated accompaniment using major, seventh, minor and minor-seventh chords by pressing a minimum number of keys in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard. The accompaniment produced is perfectly matched to the currently selected accompaniment style. Major Chords: If you press a C key in the left-hand section of the keyboard, for example, a C-major accompaniment will be played. Press another key in the left-hand section of the keyboard to select a new chord. The key you press will always determine the root of the chord played (i.e. C for a C chord). Minor Chords: Simultaneously press the root key and a black key to its left. Seventh Chords: Simultaneously press the root key and a white key to its left. Minor-seventh Chords: Simultaneously press the root key and both a white and black key to its left.
The Auto Accompaniment will continue playing even if you lift your fingers from the Auto Accompaniment keys. You only need to press the Auto Accompaniment keys when changing chords.
q Mode 4: Multi This is a combination of the Single and Chord 1 modes. In this mode the PSR-410 automatically discriminates between Single and Chord 1 mode fingerings and generates the appropriate accompaniment.
If more than two keys are played and all but the highest key are black keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a minor (m) chord. If more than three keys are played and, excluding the highest key, are a mixture of black and white keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a minor-seventh (m7) chord. If more than two keys are played and all but the highest key are white keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a seventh (7) chord.
q Mode 5: Full In this mode chords played anywhere on the keyboard are detected and used for Auto Accompaniment. Otherwise the keyboard functions normally, and the entire range is available for playing. Chord recognition is the same as in the Chord 1 mode. Please note that in this mode all notes you play on the keyboard at any one time will be interpreted as the Auto Accompaniment chord. 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 upper is recognized as a melody note.

Please note that anytime you store to a REGISTRATION MEMORY button, all settings previously stored in that button will be erased and replaced by the new settings. The indicator of the selected REGISTRATION MEMORY will flash as soon as any change is made to the panel settings. In other words, if the REGISTRATION MEMORY indicator is flashing, the current panel settings are different from those stored in the memory.
q Recalling the Settings.... The settings stored to a REGISTRATION MEMORY button can be recalled at any time simply by pressing the appropriate button. The indicator of the selected button will light continuously when initially recalled, but will flash as soon as any change is made to the panel settings. A flashing REGISTRATION MEMORY indicator therefore indicates that the current panel settings do not correspond to those stored in the REGISTRATION MEMORY.

Record Functions

The PSR-410 RECORDING section controls two recording functions: q The SONG MEMORY: Record complete songs including an accompaniment track and melody track. Each PAGE MEMORY holds a different song. q MULTI PADS: Record short chord, melody, or rhythm sequences that can be played back anytime by simply pressing a button. Each PAGE MEMORY holds different MULTI PAD data. Operation of both functions is essentially the same, so once you're familiar with the basic procedure, recording songs or multi-pad phrases should be easy. We'll start with the SONG MEMORY.
Turning the PSR-410 power OFF during recording or recordready mode can result in a loss of recording data.

Song Memory

The PSR-410 SONG MEMORY allows you to record and play back complete songs including chord sequences created using the Auto Accompaniment feature and a melody line you play on the keyboard. The SONG MEMORY has one ACCOMP track and one MELODY track. Each PAGE MEMORY holds a different song, so the PSR-410 can retain up to 4 complete songs in memory, and these can be selected and played back simply by selecting the appropriate PAGE MEMORY.
Material recorded using the SONG MEMORY is retained in memory even when the POWER switch is turned OFF if batteries are present or an AC adaptor is connected (see PAGE MEMORY on page 41 for more details).








s Accompaniment Track Recording
The SONG MEMORY ACCOMP track records the following operations and data:
Chord changes. Intro, Main, Fill in, & Ending sections. Accompaniment volume. Auto accompaniment TRACK button operations. Tempo. Style number. Revoice.
ZSelect a PAGE MEMORY....


Whenever you record using the SONG MEMORY, any previously recorded material in the same track will be erased and replaced by the new material. You can also start recording from any specified measure number see page 37. If the SONG MEMORY becomes full while recording, End will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY and recording will stop. Up to approximately 1,600 notes can be recorded in the MELODY track in each PAGE MEMORY. Up to approximately 1,600 chords can be recorded in each PAGE MEMORY. These figures only apply, however, if only chords or notes are recorded. The total is reduced when notes and chords are recorded together.
If the previously-recorded SONG MEMORY MELODY track is turned ON (its indicator is lit), it can be monitored while recording. If you don't want to hear the previous track while recording, simply press the SONG MEMORY MELODY track button so its indicator goes out. If you start recording by pressing the [PLAY/STOP] button, nothing will be recorded until you begin playing on the keyboard. If you use a function button during recording the corresponding value will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY when the button is pressed. The measure number display will resume a few seconds after the button is released.

BStop Recording.....

Stop recording by pressing the [ACCOMP] track button. Recording can also be stopped by pressing the [ENDING] button, or the SONG [PLAY/ STOP] button. The [REC] indicator will go out and the voice number will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY a few seconds after recording is stopped. Song memory will return to the measure at which recording was started.
--- will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY while the PSR-410 is processing recorded data.


s Melody Track Recording
The SONG MEMORY MELODY track records the following operations and data:
Key on/off (i.e. notes played on the keyboard). Key velocity. Voice number (Percussion Kit Number). Volume. Pan. Harmony on/off & harmony type. Sustain (footswitch) on/off. Pitch bend. Octave.
* MULTI PAD data cannot be recorded to SONG MEMORY.
ZSelect a Voice and Set the Voice Parameters...
Select the voice you want to record with (the R1 and R2 voices can be used), and set the voice effects and other parameters as required.
XEngage the MELODY Track Record Ready Mode...
Press the MELODY track button while holding the RECORDING section [REC] button. Both the [REC] button indicator and the MELODY track indicator will flash, indicating that the SONG MEMORY is ready to record. If the OVERALL CONTROL section [METRONOME] button indicator is lit the metronome will also begin to sound at the currently selected tempo, while the MULTI DISPLAY BEAT indicator dots flash at the current tempo. The current measure number in this case 001 will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY.

Accompaniment and melody playback will stop automatically when all recorded data has been played back. You can also stop playback at any time by pressing the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button.

s The [RESET] Button

Press the SONG [RESET] button to go directly to the first measure of the song and turn ON all tracks that contain data. Measure number 001 will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY. The [RESET] button also functions during playback or recording.
s Record Or Play from a Specified Measure
You can start SONG MEMORY recording or playback from any specified measure, as long as the specified measure is within the range of measures that has already been recorded:
ZPress the [MEASURE #] Button If Necessary...
If the measure number is not currently shown on the MULTI DISPLAY, press the [MEASURE #] button. If the measure number is already showing, go directly to step X.
XEnter the Desired Measure Number....
Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, or the [MEASURE #] button itself to enter the desired measure number.
CStart Playback or Recording.....
Start playback or recording. You can now start playback or recording from the specified measure number.
This function allows you to punch-in and punch-out at any measure to re-record a section of a previously-recorded track.



Before Punch In/Out

Start Recording v (Punch In)
v Stop Recording (Punch Out)

After Punch In/Out

New Data
Old Data (Same as Before)
Voice, volume, pan, pitch bend, tempo, harmony on/off, dual on/off, and revoice data changes made during the punch-in remain in effect even after the punch-out point, until further parameter changes are encountered in the old data.
Recording is carried out in 1-measure units, so if you punch out in the middle of measure rests will be recorded for the remainder of that measure.

The Multi Pads

The PSR-410 MULTI PADS can be used to record 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. Pads [1] and [2] play back exactly as recorded, while pads [3] and [4] are CHORD MATCH types which are automatically transposed to match chords played using the PSR-410 Auto-accompaniment feature. Each PAGE MEMORY holds a different set of MULTI PAD data, and these can be selected and played back simply by selecting the appropriate PAGE MEMORY. The MULTI PADs record the following operations and data:
Key on/off (i.e. notes played on the keyboard). Key velocity. Voice number (Percussion Kit Number). Volume. Pan. Octave. Harmony on/off & harmony type. Sustain on/off. Pitch bend.

Before recording, each PAGE MEMORY contains a preset set of MULTI PAD data 16 phrases in all that will be erased when new MULTI PAD data is recorded. The original preset data can be restored by using the Page Reset function described on page 51.





s Recording

XSelect a Voice to Record and an Appropriate Tempo...
Select the voice you want to record on the MULTI PADS. Only the [R1] and [R2] voices can be used. You might also want to set a tempo that will be easy to record at.
CEngage the MULTI PAD Record Ready Mode...
Press one of the MULTI PAD buttons [1] through [4] while holding the [REC] button. The [REC] button indicator and the selected MULTI PAD indictor will flash to indicate that the record ready mode is engaged, and the metronome will begin to sound at the currently selected tempo if the OVERALL CONTROL section [METRONOME] button indicator is lit.

REC 3 4

Only the R1 and R2 orchestration parts can be recorded to the MULTI PADS. If the MULTI PAD record ready mode is engaged, Auto Accompaniment is automatically turned off. Turning the power OFF during record-ready mode of the Multi Pad erases the Multi Pad data in the currently selected page and restores its default data.
Play a short sequence. The MULTI PADS can record up to approximately 450 quarter notes in each PAGE MEMORY. The [REC] button indicator will light during recording, and the BEAT indicator will indicate the current beat as in the Auto Accompaniment mode.
Whenever you record to a MULTI PAD, all previous data in the same pad will be completely erased and replaced by the new material. Recording can also be started by pressing the [PLAY/STOP] button. When recording the CHORD MATCH pads [3] and [4] base all melodic and chordal phrases on a CM7 chord so that the sound will be properly transposed when used with the Auto Accompaniment feature (see Playback below).

1 STOP 4

Press the MULTI PAD button being recorded, the MULTI PAD [STOP] button, or the [PLAY/STOP] button to stop recording. Recording will also stop automatically and End will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY when the pad memory becomes full.

s Playback

Simply tap any of the MULTI PADS at any time to play back the data they contain. 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. MULTI PADS [3] and [4] are CHORD MATCH types, and the data they contain will be automatically transposed to match chords played using the PSR-410 Auto Accompaniment feature. MULTI PAD playback can be terminated by pressing the MULTI PADS [STOP] button.

F5. 110 (Bagpipe): all notes above A#2.

s Style List

# Name Pop
29 16-Beat Pop 8-Beat Pop 8-Beat Light FolkRock Pop Shuffle Pop Rock

Panel Name



16-Beat 8-Beat 8-Beat 16-Beat 12-Beat 12-Beat 16-Beat 8-Beat 8-Beat Six-Eight 16-Beat 16-Beat 16-Beat 16-Beat 16-Beat 24-Beat 24-Beat Six-Eight 16-Beat 16-Beat 16-Beat 8-Beat 8-Beat 16-Beat Six-Eight 12-Beat 8-Beat 16-Beat 24-Beat 8-Beat 12-Beat 8-Beat 12-Beat Six-Eight 8-Beat


Contemporary 16-beat pop. Bright piano/guitar-based 70s pop. Eight-beat easy-listening style with arpeggiated piano part. Guitar-based folk-rock. 70s European pop shuffle. Upbeat, fast pop-rock. Try using your own chords in the intro and ending. Warm, romantic American soul ballad style. Romantic pop ballad. Piano-based ballad with slow arpeggios. Huge drum fills in Intro and Fill In 2. Slow rock ballad with triplet feel and classical overtones. Hard-driving synth bass and space bleep synth percussion. Fast, 16-beat Eurobeat sound, for disco and house music. 80s English disco sound. Italian house music. Modern rap/hip-hop rhythm with turntable scratching and other effects. RHYTHM 1 & 2 can stand on their own as basic rhythm tracks. Rap/dance feel, especially for one-chord songs. Try playing with CHORD 1 & 2 off. Contemporary soul ballad with funky bass. PHRASE 1 adds high string lines and PHRASE 2 adds bass. Fast, machine-like 6/8 computer groove with synth bass. Big band disco party style, hugely popular in Europe. Philadelphia disco style from the 70s. The world-famous (and recently revived) 70s Swedish disco sound. Updated Polkastyle. Latin percussion in Rhythm 2. Eight-beat rhythm and blues from the 60s. Upbeat West Coast soul ballad. New Orleans R&B from the 50s. Chicago -type blues shuffle. Simple-but-effective Memphis R&B groove. Oaklands East Bay funk style, with fat horn section and big finale for ending. Funky guitar and funky brass stabs in a funky organ-driven shuffle. Funky! Fast, hard-driving rock. P2 brings in cymbal crashes with every chord change. Hard-driving boogie with distorted guitar. Mid-tempo guitar-based rock Smooth pop-rock style. Try bringing in the instrument parts one by one. Slow rock pattern with triplet feel and House of the Rising Sun-style arpeggios. Slow rock ballad. Use RHYTHM 2 to add crash cymbal at chord changes. Take out PHRASE 1 & 2 (guitars) for smoother sound. Old-time 60s Rock&Roll. Late 50s piano-based rock n roll, with boogie woogie bass. Brass in PHRASE 1 & 2, piano bass in PAD. Straight-eight boogie, with a Twist. Simple, updated version of the Memphis Sun sound. Old-time New Orleans jazz. Trumpet at PHRASE 1, Trombone at PHRASE 2, and Clarinets at PAD. Big Band orchestra style and instrumentation. Piano at CHORD 1, guitar at CHORD 2, trumpets at PHRASE 1, trombones at PHRASE 2, and saxes at PAD.

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1: Standard (0)

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12cm (4-3/4") x 2




Six SUM-1, D size, R-20 or equivalent batteries

Rated Voltage:

DC 10-12V

Dimensions (W x D x H):

939mm x 397mm x 113mm (37" x 15-5/8" x 4-1/2")


6.0kg (13.2 lbs.) excluding batteries

Supplied Accessories:

Music Stand Owners Manual



Optional Accessories:

Headphones Keyboard Stand AC Power Adaptor Foot switch HPE-3, HPE-150 L-2C PA-3, PA-4, PA-5, PA-5B, PA-40 FC4, FC5


STOP 1~4 (including 2 chord-match types).
* Specifications subject to change without notice.



Owners Manual


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. WARNING: Do not place this product in a position where anyone could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over power or connecting cords of any kind. The use of an extension cord is not recommended! If you must use an extension cord, the minimum wire size for a 25 cord (or less) is 18 AWG. NOTE: The smaller the AWG number, the larger the current handling capacity. For longer extension cords, consult a local electrician. 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 Notice: This product MAY contain a small non-rechargeable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in place. The average life span of this type of battery is approximately ve years. When replacement becomes necessary, contact a qualied 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. Warning: 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. Disposal Notice: 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.
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. Some Yamaha products may have benches and / or accessory mounting xtures that are either supplied with the product or as optional accessories. Some of these items are designed to be dealer assembled or installed. Please make sure that benches are stable and any optional xtures (where applicable) are well secured BEFORE using. Benches supplied by Yamaha are designed for seating only. No other uses are recommended.


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.


Always make sure all batteries are inserted in conformity with the +/- polarity markings. Failure to do so might result in overheating, re, or battery uid leakage. Always replace all batteries at the same time. Do not use new batteries together with old ones. Also, do not mix battery types, such as alkaline batteries with manganese batteries, or batteries from different makers, or different types of batteries from the same maker, since this can cause overheating, re, or battery uid leakage. Do not dispose of batteries in re.


Do not expose the instrument to excessive dust or vibrations, or extreme cold or heat (such as in direct sunlight, near a heater, or in a car during the day) to prevent the possibility of panel disguration or damage to the internal components. Do not use the instrument in the vicinity of a TV, radio, stereo equipment, mobile phone, or other electric devices. Otherwise, the instrument, TV, or radio may generate noise. Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally fall over.


Before moving the instrument, remove all connected adaptor and other cables. When setting up the product, make sure that the AC outlet you are using is easily accessible. If some trouble or malfunction occurs, immediately turn off the power switch and disconnect the plug from the outlet. Even when the power switch is turned off, electricity is still owing to the product at the minimum level. When you are not using the product for a long time, make sure to unplug the power cord from the wall AC outlet. Use only the stand specied for the instrument. When attaching the stand or rack, use the provided screws only. Failure to do so could cause damage to the internal components or result in the instrument falling over.

Handling caution

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.

Play the Grand Piano Voice
When you just want to play piano, all you have to do is press one convenient button.
Press the [PORTABLE GRAND] button.
The 001 Grand Piano voice will be selected.
When you press the [PORTABLE GRAND] button all settings other than touch sensitivity are turned off. The dual and split voices will also be turned off, so only the Grand Piano voice will play over the entire keyboard.
This instrument includes a range of drum kits and unique sound effects you can use for entertainment. Laughter, babbling brooks, jet y-bys, eerie effects, and much more. These sounds can be a great way to enhance the mood at parties.

Drum Kits

Drum kits are collections of drum and percussion instruments. When you select a violin or other normal instrument main voice, for example, all keys produce the sound of the same violin, only at different pitches. If you select a drum kit as the main voice, however, each key produces the sound of a different drum or percussion instrument.
Drum Kit Selection Procedure (refer to steps 1 and 2 on page 28)
1 Press the [VOICE] button. 2 Use the dial to select 117 Std.Kit1. 3 Try out each key and enjoy the drum and percussion sounds!
Try out each key and enjoy the drum and percussion sounds! Dont forget the black keys! Youll hear a triangle, maracas, bongos, drums. a comprehensive variety of drum and percussion sounds. For details on the instruments included in the drum kit voices (voice numbers 117 to 128), see the Drum Kit List on page 110.

Sound Effects

The sound effects are included in the drum kit voice group (voice numbers 127 and 128). When either of these voices are selected you will be able to play a range of sound effects on the keyboard.
Sound Effect Selection Procedure (refer to steps 1 and 2 on page 28)
1 Press the [VOICE] button. 2 Use the dial to select 128 SFX Kit2. 3 Try out each key and enjoy the sound effects!
As you try out the various keys youll hear the sound of a submarine, a telephone bell, a creaking door, laughter, and many other useful effects. 127 SFX Kit1 includes lightning, running water, dogs barking, and others. Some keys do not have assigned sound effects, and will therefore produce no sound. For details on the instruments included in the SFX kit voices, see SFX Kit 1 and SFX Kit 2 in the Drum Kit List on page 110.
This instrument has an auto accompaniment feature that produces accompaniment (rhythm + bass + chords) in the style you choose to match chords you play with your left hand. You can select from 165 different styles covering a range of musical genres and time signatures (see page 112 for a complete list of the available styles). In this section well learn how to use the auto accompaniment features.

Select a Style Rhythm

Most styles includes a rhythm part. You can select from a wide variety of rhythmic typesrock, blues, Euro trance, and many, many more. Lets begin by listening to just the basic rhythm. The rhythm part is played using percussion instruments only.

bank number will appear in the display when you release the button.
3 Use the dial or the [1][8] number but-
tons to select a bank number from 1 to 8.

Memory 1

Memory 2
4 Press the REGIST MEMORY [1] or [2]
button while holding the [MEMORY/ BANK] button to store the current panel settings to the specied registration memory.

Writing! Bank

Bank number
NOTE If you select a Registration Memory number that already contains data, the previous data is deleted and overwritten by the new data.
Do not turn off the power while saving settings to the registration memory, otherwise the data may be damaged or lost.
NOTE Data cannot be saved to the registration memory during song playback.
Recalling a Registration Memory 1 Press the [MEMORY/BANK] button. A
Settings That Can be Saved to the Registration Memory
Style settings* Style number, Auto Accompaniment ON/OFF, Split Point, Style settings (Main A/B), Style Volume, Tempo Voice settings Main Voice setting (Voice number, Volume, Octave, Pan, Reverb Send Level, Attack Time, Release Time, Filter Cutoff, Filter Resonance, Chorus Send Level), Dual Voice settings (Dual ON/OFF, Voice number, Volume, Octave, Pan, Reverb Send Level, Chorus Send Level, Attack Time, Release Time, Filter Cutoff, Filter Resonance), Split Voice settings (Split ON/OFF, Voice number, Volume, Octave, Pan, Reverb Send Level, Chorus Send Level) Effect settings Reverb Type, Chorus Type Arpeggio settings Arpeggio Type, Arpeggio ON/OFF Harmony settings Harmony ON/OFF, Harmony Type, Harmony Volume Other settings Transpose, Pitch Bend Range, Knob Assign
* Style settings are not available for Registration Memory when using the Song features.
Use the dial or the [1][8] number buttons to select bank you want to recall.
3 Press the REGIST MEMORY button, [1]
or [2], containing the settings you want to recall. The recalled REGIST MEMORY number appears in the display for a few seconds. The panel controls will be instantly set accordingly.


This instrument has a Sleep Mode function that allows it to automatically go into a lowpower sleep mode if not operated for specied period of time. In Sleep Mode all panel indicators and the display backlight are off to conserve power. The Sleep Mode function is initially disabled (OFF) by default.
] and [ ] buttons to select the SLEEP item.

Time to Sleep Mode

Setting the Sleep Mode
3 Rotate the dial to set the desired time

until Sleep Mode begins (320 minutes). The time can be set in one-minute increments. Select OFF to disable Sleep Mode (the instrument will not go to sleep). The instrument will wake from Sleep Mode as soon as a panel control is operated, a key is pressed, or a MIDI command is received.
The Functions provide access to a range of detailed instrument parameters for tuning, setting the split point, and adjusting the voices and effects. Take a look at the function list starting on the opposite page. When you locate a function you want to set up, simply select the functions display name (shown to the right of the function name in the list) and adjust as required.
Selecting and Setting Functions 1 Find the function you want to set in the
list that begins on page 84.
2 Press the [FUNCTION] button.

3 Select a function.

Press the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons as many times as necessary until the functions display name appears in the display.

The Functions

4 Use the dial, the [+] and [-] buttons, or
the [0][9] number buttons to set the selected function as required. The [+] and [-] buttons are used to make ON/ OFF type settings: [+] = ON, [-] = OFF. In some cases the [+] button will initiate execution of the selected function, and the [-] will cancel the selection.

Direct numeric entry.

Decrement value by 1. OFF Cancel
Increment value by 1. ON Execute Press simultaneously to recall the default setting.

The selected function.

Some Function settings are stored in memory as soon as they are changed. See The Backup Parameters on page 56 for information on the function settings that are stored on the instrument. To restore all initial factor default settings perform the Backup Clear procedure described in the Initialization section on page 56.

Function Setting List

Setting Style Volume Song Volume Transpose Tuning Pitch Bend Range Item title StyleVol SongVol Transpos Tuning PBRange Range/Settings -1212 -000127 (C-2G8) 1(Soft), 2(Medium), 3(Hard) 000127 -2+(left) 64 (center) 127 (right) -2+(left) 64 (center) 127 (right) -2+(left) 64 (center) 127 (right) Description Determines the volume of the Style. Determines the volume of the Song. Determines the pitch of the instrument by semitone increments. Sets the pitch of the instruments sound in 1-cent increments. Sets the pitch bend range in semitone increments. Determines the highest key for the Split voice and sets the Split point in other words, the key that separates the Split (lower) and Main (upper) voices. The Split Point setting and Accompaniment Split Point setting are automatically set to the same value. When Touch Response is on, this determines the sensitivity of the feature. Determines the volume of the Main voice. Determines the octave range for the Main voice. Determines the pan position of the Main voice in the stereo image. The value 0 results in the sound being panned full left; the value 127 results in the sound being panned full right. Determines how much of the Main voices signal is sent to the Reverb effect. Determines how much of the Main voices signal is sent to the Chorus effect. Sets the Main voice attack time. Sets the Main voice release time. Sets the Main voice lter cutoff frequency. Sets the Main voice lter resonance. Selects the Dual voice. Determines the volume of the Dual voice. Determines the octave range for the Dual voice. Determines the pan position of the Dual voice in the stereo image. The value 0 results in the sound being panned full left; the value 127 results in the sound being panned full right. Determines how much of the Dual voices signal is sent to the Reverb effect. Determines how much of the Dual voices signal is sent to the Chorus effect. Sets the Dual voice attack time. Sets the Dual voice release time. Sets the Dual voice lter cutoff frequency. Sets the Dual voice lter resonance. Selects the Split voice. Determines the volume of the Split voice. Determines the octave range for the Split voice. Determines the pan position of the Split voice in the stereo image. The value 0 results in the sound being panned full left; the value 127 results in the sound being panned full right. Determines how much of the Split voices signal is sent to the Reverb effect. Determines how much of the Split voices signal is sent to the Chorus effect.

USB terminal USB terminal


USB cable

MIDI settings

These settings pertain to performance data transmission and reception.
Item Local Range/Settings ON/OFF Description Local control determines whether or not notes played on the instrument are sounded by its internal tone generator system: the internal tone generator is active when local control is on, and inactive when local control is off. These settings determine whether the instrument is synchronized to its own internal clock (OFF), or to a clock signal from an external device (ON). These settings determine whether keyboard performance data of the instrument is transmitted (ON) or not (OFF). These settings determine whether Style data is transmitted (ON) or not (OFF) during Style playback. These settings determine whether User Song is transmitted (ON) or not (OFF) during Song playback.
External Clock Keyboard Out Style Out Song Out
If you cant get any sound out of the instrument, this may be the most likely cause.
] and [ ] buttons to select the item you want to change its value.
If External Clock is ON and no clock signal is being received from an external device, the song, style, and metronome functions will not start.
1 Press the [FUNCTION] button. 3 Use the dial to select ON or OFF.

PC Mode

1 Press and hold the [DEMO/PC] button
A number of MIDI settings need to be made when you want to transfer performance data between the computer and the instrument. The PC Mode item can conveniently make multiple settings for you in one operation. Three settings are available: PC1, PC2, and OFF. This setting is not necessary when transferring song or backup les between the computer and the instrument.
* Set the PC mode to PC2 when using Digital Music Notebook.
PC1 Local External Clock Song Out Style Out Keyboard Out OFF ON OFF OFF OFF PC2* OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
for longer than a second so that the PC Mode item appears.

PC mode

2 Use the dial to select PC1, PC2, or OFF.
NOTE When the PC2 setting is selected the instruments style, song, demo, song recording, and lesson features cannot be used. NOTE You can also access the PC Mode item by rst pressing the [FUNCTION] button and then using the CATEGORY [ ] and [ ] buttons to locate it (page 83).

For further software operation refer to the online help supplied with the software. Refer to the Troubleshooting on page 98 when you have trouble with installing the driver.
3 Install the USB-MIDI driver to the com-

System Requirements

Application/Data OS Windows 2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional/ Vista
* Only 32-bit is supported.
CPU 233 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron Processor family (500 MHz or higher is recommended) 166 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron Processor family 800 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium /Celeron Processor family or Intel 64 compatible processor
400 MHz or higher processor clock speed (Intel Pentium/Celeron Processor family, or compatible processor recommended)
Memory 64 MB or more (256 MB or more is recommended) 32 MB or more (64 MB or more is recommended)
Hard Disk at least 128 MB of free space (at least 512 MB of free space is recommended) at least 3 MB of free space
Display 800 x 600 HighColor (16-bit)

Musicsoft Downloader

USB Driver for Windows 2000/XP
Windows 2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional
USB Driver for Windows Vista/XP x64
Windows Vista/XP Professional x64 Edition Windows XP Home/ Professional Edition, Service Pack 1a (SP1a) more/Windows Vista

512 MB or more

at least 3 MB of free space
128 MB or more (256 MB or more is recommended) at least 150 MB of free space 256 MB or more
Digital Music Notebook (Requirements for playing content with video included.)
Windows 2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional/ Vista
1 GHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron Processor family (1.4 GHz or more is recommended)
1024 x 768 HighColor (16-bit)

Software Installation

Uninstall (Removing the Software) Installed software can be removed from your computer as follows: From the Windows Start menu select Start Settings Control panel Add or Remove Applications Install and Uninstall. Select the item you want to remove and click [Add or Remove]. Follow the on-screen instructions to remove the selected software.
NOTE The actual names of the menu items and buttons will depend on the OS version you are using.
Installing the USB-MIDI Driver
In order to be able to communicate with and use MIDI devices connected to your computer, the appropriate driver software must be properly installed on your computer. The USB-MIDI driver allows sequence software and similar applications on your computer to transmit and receive MIDI data to and from MIDI devices via a USB cable.

Installing the driver in Windows Vista
1 Start the computer and use the Adminis2 3
trator account to log on to Windows Vista. Insert the included CD-ROM into the CDROM drive. A start window will appear automatically. First, make sure the POWER switch on the MIDI device is set to OFF, then use a USB cable to connect the MIDI device to the computer. After making the connections, turn on the power of the MIDI device. The system automatically launches the Found New Hardware window. Click Locate and install driver software (recommended). Otherwise, refer to Troubleshooting in the Accessory CD-ROM Installation Guide section of the Owners Manual. (Some computers may take a while to display the window.).
NOTE If the User Account Control window appears, click [Continue].
Use of the DMN (Digital Music Notebook) is governed by the SIBELIUSSCORCH LICENSE AGREEMENT, which the purchaser fully agrees to when using the application. Please read carefully the AGREEMENT at the end of this manual before using the application.
1 Insert the Accessory CD-ROM into your
computers CD-ROM drive. The start window will appear automatically showing software applications.
NOTE If the start window does not appear automatically, double click your My Computer folder to open it. Right-click the CD-ROM icon and select Open from the pop-up menu. Double click Start.exe and proceed to step 2, below.
2 Click [Musicsoft Downloader] or [Digital

Music Notebook].

3 Click the [install] button, and follow the
If a message allowing Windows to search online for driver software appears, click Dont search online. If a message prompting you to insert the disk that came with your device appears, click [Next]. The system starts the installation.
If the Windows Security window appears, conrm this software is authored by Yamaha Corporation then click [Install].
on-screen instructions to install the software. For Digital Music Notebook operating instructions see the help menu: launch the Digital Music Notebook application and click Help. For Musicsoft Downloader operating instructions see the Help menu: launch the Musicsoft Downloader application and click Help.
6 When the installation is complete, the
* You can obtain the latest version of the Musicsoft Downloader at the following Internet URL.

No rhythm accompaniment plays when the [START/ STOP] button is pressed after selecting style number 141 or a style between 153 and 165 (Pianist).
Not all of the voices seem to sound, or the sound seems to be cut off.
Some notes dont sound when playing multiple notes simultaneously on the keyboard, or some notes dont sound when playing arpeggios. The footswitch (for sustain) seems to produce the opposite effect. For example, pressing the footswitch cuts off the sound and releasing it sustains the sounds. The sound of the voice changes from note to note.
The wrong notes sound when the keyboard is played. The ACMP ON indicator does not appear when the [ACMP ON/OFF] button is pressed.
There is no harmony sound.


This demo is an example of how the Easy Song Arranger can be used to change styles throughout a piece.

Song No. 9 q =123

(Function Demo for Easy Song Arranger)

Hallelujah Chorus

This score is provided with the intent that the pitch will be corrected by the performance assistant technology feature. If you play the Play These Notes part using the performance assistant technology feature, the part will be corrected and played so that it matches the backing part.

Song No. 10 q =61

(Function Demo for performance assistant technology)

Ave Maria



Your Turn.
Repeatedly Play the Same Key.

Song No. 11 q =108

Nocturne op.9-2
You Can Even Play the Same Keys!

Voice List

Maximum Polyphony The instrument has 32-note maximum polyphony. This means that it can play a maximum of up to 32 notes at once, regardless of what functions are used. Auto accompaniment uses a number of the available notes, so when auto accompaniment is used the total number of available notes for playing on the keyboard is correspondingly reduced. The same applies to the Split Voice and Song functions. If the maximum polyphony is exceeded, earlier played notes will be cut off and the most recent notes have priority (last note priority).

Panel Voice List

Voice No.
MIDI Program Voice Name MSB LSB Change# (0127) (0127) (1128) PIANO 1 Grand Piano 2 Bright Piano 7 Harpsichord 4 Honky-tonk Piano 3 MIDI Grand Piano 3 CP 80 E.PIANO 5 Cool! Galaxy Electric Piano 6 Hyper Tines 5 Funky Electric Piano 6 DX Modern Electric Piano 6 Venus Electric Piano 8 Clavi ORGAN 19 Cool! Organ 19 Cool! Rotor Organ 17 Jazz Organ Jazz Organ Rock Organ 19 Purple Organ 18 Click Organ 17 Bright Organ 19 Theater Organ 20 16'+2' Organ 20 16'+4' Organ 20 Chapel Organ 20 Church Organ 21 Reed Organ ACCORDION 22 Musette Accordion 22 Traditional Accordion 24 Bandoneon 23 Modern Harp 23 Harmonica GUITAR 25 Classical Guitar 26 Folk Guitar 27 Jazz Guitar 28 60s Clean Guitar 26 12Strings Guitar 28 Clean Guitar 27 Octave Guitar 29 Muted Guitar 30 Overdriven Guitar 31 Distortion Guitar BASS 34 Finger Bass 33 Acoustic Bass 35 Pick Bass 36 Fretless Bass 37 Slap Bass 39 Synth Bass 39 Hi-Q Bass 40 Dance Bass
The Voice List includes MIDI program change numbers for each voice. Use these program change numbers when playing the instrument via MIDI from an external device. Program change numbers are often specied as numbers 0127. Since this list uses a 1128 numbering system, in such cases it is necessary to subtract 1 from the transmitted program change numbers to select the appropriate sound: e.g. to select No. 2 in the list, transmit program change number 1. Some voices may sound continuously or have a long decay after the notes have been released while the sustain pedal (footswitch) is held.

Bank Select

MIDI Program Voice Name MSB LSB Change# (0127) (0127) (1128) STRINGS 49 String Ensemble 50 Chamber Strings 50 Slow Strings 45 Tremolo Strings 51 Synth Strings 46 Pizzicato Strings 41 Violin 43 Cello 44 Contrabass 47 Harp 106 Banjo 56 Orchestra Hit CHOIR 53 Choir 53 Vocal Ensemble 55 Air Choir 54 Vox Humana SAXOPHONE 67 Sweet! Tenor Sax 65 Sweet! Soprano Sax 67 Tenor Sax 66 Alto Sax 65 Soprano Sax 68 Baritone Sax 67 Breathy Tenor Sax 72 Clarinet 69 Oboe 70 English Horn 71 Bassoon TRUMPET 57 Sweet! Trumpet 57 Trumpet 58 Trombone 58 Trombone Section 60 Muted Trumpet 61 French Horn 59 Tuba BRASS 62 Brass Section 62 Big Band Brass 63 80s Brass 62 Mellow Horns 63 Techno Brass 63 Synth Brass FLUTE 74 Sweet! Flute 76 Sweet! Pan Flute 74 Flute 73 Piccolo 76 Pan Flute 75 Recorder 80 Ocarina SYNTH LEAD 81 Square Lead 82 Sawtooth Lead

Voice No. 370

Bank Select MIDI Program Voice Name MSB LSB Change# (0127) (0127) (1128) 52 Synth Strings Choir Aahs 53 Stereo Choir 53 Mellow Choir 53 Choir Strings 54 Voice Oohs 55 Synth Voice 55 Synth Voice Choral 55 Analog Voice 56 Orchestra Hit 56 Orchestra Hit Impact BRASS 57 Trumpet 57 Warm Trumpet 58 Trombone 58 Trombone Tuba 60 Muted Trumpet 61 French Horn 61 French Horn Solo 61 French Horn Horn Orchestra 62 Brass Section 62 Trumpet & Trombone Section 63 Synth Brass Resonant Synth Brass 64 Synth Brass Soft Brass 64 Choir Brass REED 65 Soprano Sax 66 Alto Sax 66 Sax Section 67 Tenor Sax 67 Breathy Tenor Sax 68 Baritone Sax 69 Oboe 70 English Horn 71 Bassoon 72 Clarinet PIPE 73 Piccolo 74 Flute 75 Recorder 76 Pan Flute 77 Blown Bottle 78 Shakuhachi 79 Whistle 80 Ocarina SYNTH LEAD 81 Square Lead 81 Square Lead LM Square 81 Hollow 81 Shroud 81 Mellow 81 Solo Sine 81 Sine Lead 82 Sawtooth Lead 82 Sawtooth Lead Thick Sawtooth 82 Dynamic Sawtooth 82 Digital Sawtooth 82 Big Lead 82 Sequenced Analog 83 Calliope Lead 83 Pure Lead 84 Chiff Lead 85 Charang Lead 85 Distorted Lead 86 Voice Lead

Voice No. 439

Bank Select MIDI Program Voice Name MSB LSB Change# (0127) (0127) (1128) 87 Fifths Lead 87 Big Five 88 Bass & Lead 88 Big & Low 88 Fat & Perky 88 Soft Whirl SYNTH PAD 89 New Age Pad 89 Fantasy 90 Warm Pad 91 Poly Synth Pad 92 Choir Pad 92 Itopia 93 Bowed Pad 94 Metallic Pad 95 Halo Pad 96 Sweep Pad SYNTH EFFECTS 97 Rain 97 African Wind 97 Carib 98 Sound Track 98 Prologue 99 Crystal 99 Synth Drum Comp 99 Popcorn 99 Tiny Bells 99 Round Glockenspiel 99 Glockenspiel Chimes 99 Clear Bells 99 Chorus Bells 99 Soft Crystal 99 Air Bells 99 Bell Harp 99 Gamelimba 100 Atmosphere 100 Warm Atmosphere 100 Hollow Release 100 Nylon Electric Piano 100 Nylon Harp 100 Harp Vox 100 Atmosphere Pad 101 Brightness 102 Goblins 102 Goblins Synth 102 Creeper 102 Ritual 102 To Heaven 102 Night 102 Glisten 102 Bell Choir 103 Echoes 104 Sci-Fi WORLD 105 Sitar 105 Detuned Sitar 105 Sitar Tamboura 106 Banjo 106 Muted Banjo 106 Rabab 106 Gopichant 106 Oud 107 Shamisen 108 Koto 108 Taisho-kin 108 Kanoon 109 Kalimba 110 Bagpipe 111 Fiddle 112 Shanai PERCUSSIVE 113 Tinkle Bell

Voice No. 508 509

Bank Select MIDI Program Voice Name MSB LSB Change# (0127) (0127) (1128) 113 Bonang 113 Altair 113 Gamelan Gongs 113 Stereo Gamelan Gongs 113 Rama Cymbal 114 Agogo 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

Arpeggio List

Arpeggio No. Arpeggio Name UpOct DownOct UpDnOct SynArp1 SynArp2 SynArp3 SynArp4 SyncEcho PulsLine StepLine Random Down&Up SuperArp AcidLine TekEcho VelGruv Trance1 Trance2 SynChrd1 SynChrd2 Hybrid1 Hybrid2 Hybrid3 Hybrid4 PfArp1 PfArp2 PfArp3 PnClub1 PnClub2 PfBallad PfChd8th EPArp PfShfl PfRock Clavi1 Clavi2 ChordUp ChdDance Salsa1 Salsa2 Reggae1 Reggae2 Reggae3 6/8R&B Gospel BlldEP Strum1 Strum2 Pickin GuitChd1 Arpeggio No. Arpeggio Name GuitChd2 GuitChd3 GuitArp FngrPck1 FngrPck2 CleanGt Slowfl Samba1 Samba2 Harp1 Harp2 FngrBass CooFunk SlapBass AcidBas1 AcidBas2 FunkyBs ComboJaz TranceBs LatinBs PercArp Strings1 Strings2 Strings3 StrngDwn StrngUp Orchestr Pizz1 Pizz2 Perc1 Perc2 R&B Funk1 Funk2 HipHop Trance Dream 2 Step Ibiza1 ClubHs1 ClubHs2 EuroTek House Ibiza2 Ibiza3 Garage African Tamb Latin Arabic

Music Database List

MDB No. 61 MDB Name ALL TIME HITS Jude Hey New UK MyLoving All OK Buttercp JustCall CheepChp Daddys Dance? GetBack GtrWheel HighTide IWasBorn Sailing BluJeans Holiday Imagine LoveMe LetItBld LdyMdona YelowSub Marriage MovinOut My Shell NowNever DoLoveMe TcktRide SeeClear Masachus Hard Day USA Pie Norway YesterBd MODERN POP Watches SoundMPH Hold Us Unfound NeedSome PrtTmLvr MoonShdw NikitSng Sure of Off Day Tell Her GirlsMne NeedLove POP CLASSICS Standing RainLaff Sunshine ForNamdo ThankFor ManPiano CoinLane LovesYou Tmbourin Alone GldField Raindrop SultanSw LifesWk TopWorld MDB No. 122 MDB Name WatchGrl POP BALLAD WnderLnd CanIStop EvryTime IvoryAnd TheWorld LovWoman Dolannes Madigan Paradise Whisper BALLAD AllOdds AtonalFl Hero Woman RunToYou LoveOfAl CndleWnd Cavatina Cherish ToLoveMe YouKnow Evrythng EyesOfBl Hello BeThere FlyAway LoveYou NeverLet JustOnce IfYouGo SavingAl InTheDrk LovePwr Vision Beautifl AllAlone Opposite BeHonest SayYou SayNthng Stranger OneDay TheBayou ThisSong Distance ThisWay LoveGone Inspirng TrueColr ROCK & ROLL ShakenUp Beethovn HurryLov BeCruel Jumping Countdwn SuePeggy Champion Jailhous BlueShoe Rockin24 MDB No. MDB Name Shouting Rock&Rll HonkyTnk OLDIES Daydream Sumertme Dianas Uptown Apache IGotIt Tonight MyPillow NoRain FInalDance SlpnLion Ghetto LipsLcky PrettyWm TikiGtr TurnThre Sherry DANCE & DISCO Babylon Goodbye Catch22 DISCO Survival TheNavy DontHide Celebrat LondonRU 10,2 Sun ShakeYou Believe BoySumer ImSexy StuffHot SWING & JAZZ Patrol Charles GiveLove Rhythm LOVE LeroyBad Caraban Misbehav Safari Smiling SoWhatIs TimeGone TasteHny Sandman Tunisian TwoFoot MyBaby R&B AsPlayed BabyGrov Highwy66 SweetCHI JustU&Me ManLoves OurLove Wish I

MDB No. 241 242

MDB Name COUNTRY OnTheRd Breathe InMyMind ContryHw GreenGrs EverNeed Lonesone Lucille HomeRng Tennesse LATIN Bananabt DanceMng DntWorry Jamaica FleaSpa ImPola MamboJm OneNote PasoCani SayNoMor Beguine Tijuana Picture ENTERTAINMENT OnTheHil Barnacle Califrag DadClock DanceLd DnceFire BigCntry Cabaret OdeToJoy Mi-Re-Do MyPrince Necesary NoBuiz NoisyOld Sleigh RockBasy Magnifiq Magnfcnt SilentNt Nabucco Standing SummerPl Christms Favorite Tubbie Turkish 12OClock WALTZ & TRADITIONAL Blk&Whte CanCan Charmain Musicbox Clementn Doodah! Dreamer EnterRag Birthday MaryLamb

MDB No. 299 300

MDB Name Donalds MoonWlz MoulinHt Sunshine PieceOf GreenSlv TakeFour TexRose ThePolka Scarboro Edelweis AroundWd Whatever Yankees WORLD Hawaii Damor ElCondor GoodbyRm ILandOn ItalyBel Cucarumb Puntuali Cielito ItalySun SantaLuc Trumpetr VanMass PIANIST ItalySun BeGood Birdland BlueRose Chaies Highwy66 Leaves Miload Cabaret Wonderfl Imagine LtleStar MapleRag Mi-Re-Do NoBuiz OhBlah Charades Sallys Nabucco SunnyStr MistyFln LdnBridg GrndClck Importnc Snowman Favorite SongForU SugerSpn ThisWay WenSmile ZipperD
Songs Provided On the Supplied CD-ROM
File Name 001Nutcr.mid 002Orphe.mid 003Slavo.mid 004Prima.mid 005Medit.mid 006Guill.mid 007Fruhl.mid 008Ungar.mid 009Fruhl.mid 010Dolly.mid 011Cande.mid 012Arabe.mid 013Pasto.mid 014Petit.mid 015Innoc.mid 016Progr.mid 017Taren.mid 018Cheva.mid 019Etude.mid 020Marci.mid 021Turki.mid 022Valse.mid 023Menue.mid 024Momen.mid 025Enter.mid 026Prelu.mid 027Violl.mid 028Angel.mid 029Saraf.mid 030Ameri.mid 031Brown.mid 032Lomon.mid 033Bonni.mid 034Londo.mid 035Banjo.mid 036Vogle.mid 037Lorel.mid 038Funic.mid 039Turke.mid 040Campt.mid 041Jingl.mid 042Muss.mid 043Liebe.mid 044Jesu.mid 045Joy.mid 046Pearl.mid 047Gavot.mid 048Seren.mid 049Menue.mid 050Canon.mid 051Vogel.mid 052Piano.mid 053Surpr.mid 054WildR.mid 055Chans.mid 056Babbi.mid 057RowRo.mid 058Smoky.mid 059WeWis.mid 060ImMai.mid 061Chris.mid 062MaryH.mid 063TenLi.mid 064PopGo.mid 065Twink.mid 066Close.mid 067Cucko.mid 068Augus.mid 069Londo.mid 070Three.mid Song Name Danse des Mirlitons from The Nutcracker Orphe aux Enfers Ouverture Slavonic Dances op.72-2 La Primavera (from Le Quattro Stagioni) Mditation (Thas) Guillaume Tell Frhlingslied Ungarische Tnze Nr.5 Frhlingsstimmen Dollys Dreaming and Awakening La Candeur Arabesque Pastorale Petite Runion Innocence Progrs Tarentelle La Chevaleresque Etude op.10-3 Chanson de ladieu Marcia alla Turca Turkish March Valse op.64-1 Petit Chien Menuett Moments Musicaux op.94-3 The Entertainer Prelude (Wohltemperierte Klavier 1-1) La Viollette Angels Serenade Krasnyj Sarafan America the Beautiful Little Brown Jug Loch Lomond My Bonnie Londonderry Air Ring de Banjo Wenn ich ein Vglein wr ? Die Lorelei Funiculi Funicula Turkey in the Straw Camptown Races Jingle Bells Muss i denn Liebestrume Nr.3 Jesu, Joy Of Mans Desiring Ode to Joy Pearl Fisher Gavotte Serenade/Haydn Menuett BWV. Anh.114 Canon in D Der Vogelfnger Bin Ich Ja Die zauberflte Piano Sonate No.14 op.27-2 Mondschein The Surprise Symphony No.94 To a Wild Rose Chanson du Toreador O Mio Babbino Caro Row Row Row Your Boat (DUET) On Top of Old Smoky (DUET) We Wish You A Merry Christmas (DUET) Im Mai (DUET) O Christmas Tree (DUET) Mary Had a Little Lamb (DUET) Ten Little Indians (DUET) Pop Goes The Weasel (DUET) Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (DUET) Close Your Hands, Open Your Hands (DUET) The Cuckoo (DUET) O du lieber Augustin (DUET) London Bridge (DUET) Three Blind Mice (DUET) Composer P.I. Tchaikovsky J. Offenbach A. Dvork A. Vivaldi J. Massenet G. Rossini F. Mendelssohn J. Brahms J. Strauss II T.Oesten J.F.Burgmller J.F.Burgmller J.F.Burgmller J.F.Burgmller J.F.Burgmller J.F.Burgmller J.F.Burgmller J.F.Burgmller F.Chopin L.v. Beethoven W.A. Mozart F.Chopin L. Boccherini F. Schubert S. Joplin J.S. Bach L.Streabbog Traditional Traditional S.A. Ward Traditional Traditional Traditional Traditional S.C. Foster Traditional F. Silcher L. Denza Traditional S.C. Foster J.S. Pierpont F. Silcher F. Liszt J.S. Bach L.v. Beethoven G. Bizet F.J. Gossec F.J. Haydn J.S. Bach J. Pachelbel W.A. Mozart L.v. Beethoven F.J. Haydn E.A. MacDowell G. Bizet G. Puccini Traditional Traditional Traditional Traditional Traditional Traditional S. Winner Traditional Traditional J.J. Rousseau Traditional Traditional Traditional Traditional



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