Yamaha Tyros 2 Manual
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Turning the [LOOP] button on again here starts a new loop this time between the [SP2] and [SP3] points (as shown).
Continue looping the remaining sections of the song ([SP2]- [SP3] and [SP3] - end) in the same way, repeating steps #3 and #4 above. Stop song playback.
Adjusting the Volume Balance between the Song and the Keyboard
Press the [BALANCE] button so that the mixer window (pop-up) appears at the bottom of the LCD display (page 36). You can adjust the volume balance between song playback and your right-hand keyboard performance by using LCD buttons , , , , and .
Turning Song Parts On/Off
Press the [CHANNEL ON/OFF] button so that the pop-up window appears at the bottom of the LCD display. You can turn each part (channel) on or off by using the lower LCD  -  buttons during song playback.
Press the LCD button corresponding to the part (channel) you wish to turn on or off.
Singing with a Connected Microphone
The TYROS is equipped with an input jack, letting you connect another audio source such as a microphone for your voice, an electric guitar, or a CD player and mix it with the sounds of the TYROS. The fun doesnt stop there, however. With the Vocal Harmony feature (page 47), you can also apply various harmony and echo effects to your voice or guitar playing. Or use the TYROS for karaoke and singalongs applying various DSP effects to your voice, as you sing with the auto accompaniment or song playback.
Reference on page 130
Connecting a microphone
Set the [TRIM] control on the rear panel and the [INPUT VOLUME] on the front panel both to MIN.
MIN MAX SIGNAL OVER
MIC /LINE IN
To avoid possible feedback or other interference, separate the microphone from the speakers as much as possible.
FADE IN /OUT
Connect a microphone to the MIC/LINE IN jack.
The MIC/LINE jack accepts 1/4 phone plugs.
Since the MIC/LINE IN jack is highly sensitive, it may pick up and produce noise when nothing is connected. To avoid this, always set the INPUT VOLUME to minimum when nothing is connected to the MIC/LINE IN jack.
Turn the power on. Adjust the [TRIM] control on the rear panel and the [INPUT VOLUME] on the front panel while singing into the microphone.
Since the input level from the microphone may be low, set the [TRIM] control close to MAX. Adjust the controls while checking the OVER and SIGNAL lamps.
The OVER lamp lights when the input level is too high. Make sure to adjust the INPUT VOLUME so that this lamp does not light. The SIGNAL lamp lights to indicate that an audio signal is being received.
Make sure to set the [INPUT VOLUME] to MIN before performing the following operations. Connecting a microphone to the TYROS Removing a microphone from the TYROS Turning the TYROS power off You may nd that microphone sound is distorted, even though the OVER lamp is not lit. If so, try setting the [TRIM] control on the rear panel close to MIN and adjusting the [INPUT VOLUME] control on the front panel until the level is appropriate. Since the input level from the mixer or audio equipment may be high, set the [TRIM] control on the rear panel close to MIN.
Singing Along with Lyrics
Try playing a song that contains lyric data, then sing along with it using the connected microphone.
Select a song that contains lyric data (page 43). Go back to the Main display by pressing the [EXIT] button and press the [Lyrics] LCD button to call up the Lyrics display.
Turn the Effect for the microphone sound on, if desired.
VH TYPE SELECT
Start song playback. Sing the song while viewing the lyrics on the display. Stop the song.
The lyrics inidicated on the LCD display can be output via the [VIDEO OUT] terminal. You can have only the lyrics of the song output via VIDEO OUT, even when another display is called up. This lets you select other displays and still have the lyrics shown on the monitor. For details, see page 151.
Applying harmony to your voice
Use the sophisticated Vocal Harmony function to automatically apply harmony to your voice as you sing into the connected microphone.
Turn Vocal Harmony on. Press the [VH TYPE SELECT] button to call up the Vocal Harmony type selection display and select one of the types.
B C D E
For this example, JazzSisters is selected.
Turn the [ACMP] button on. Play and hold down chords in the left-hand section of the keyboard as you sing along with the accompaniment.
If you experience distorted or outof-tune sound from the Vocal Harmony feature, your vocal microphone may be picking up extraneous sounds (other than your voice) the Style playback sound from the TYROS, for example. In particular, bass sounds can cause mistracking of the Vocal Harmony feature. The solution to this problem is to ensure that as little extraneous sound as possible is picked up by your vocal microphone: Sing as closely to the microphone as possible. Use a uni-directional microphone.
Chord section The harmony is applied to your voice according to the chord you play. Try out various chords.
Turn down the MASTER VOLUME, STYLE volume or SONG volume control.
I Vocal Harmony Chords
Vocal Harmony is triggered by the chords you play. In the example instructions above, the chords played in the style chord section of the keyboard are used to trigger the Vocal Harmony. Depending on the Harmony Mode setting and the particular application, different chords can be used to trigger Vocal Harmony (as listed below). For details, see page 133.
Install the desired software to a computer.
To install software from the included CD-ROM (such as Voice Editor, File Utility, USB MIDI driver, etc.), refer to the separate Installation Guide. To install other software, refer to the relevant manual or documentation.
Using the Voice Editor
You can expand the sonic palette of the TYROS by creating your own original voices using the Voice Editor (included on the CD-ROM). The voices you create can be saved to the PRESET drive on the TYROS as Custom Voices, and can be called up any time by pressing the [CUSTOM VOICE] button.
Turn the computers power on, then turn the TYROS power on. Start Voice Editor on the computer. Edit the voice parameters on the computer to create your original voice.
For details, refer to the Voice Editor documentation on the CD-ROM.
When youve nished editing transfer the edited voice from the computer to the TYROS.
After editing, transfer the data.
Exit the Voice Editor. Press the [CUSTOM VOICE] button and play your custom voice.
Using the File Utility
Turn the computers power on, then turn the TYROS power on. Start File Utility on the computer. Manage les/folders in the USER/FD/HD (optional) drive of the TYROS using File Utility.
For details, refer to the File Utility documentation on the CD-ROM.
As youve seen in Quick Guide above, the TYROS features an exceptionally large and easy-to-understand display. It provides comprehensive at-a-glance information on all current settings, and gives you convenient, intuitive control over the TYROS functions.
B C D E G H I J
See page 62.
If a menu, function or other item appears in this section of the display, use the upper LCD  -  buttons.
If a menu, function or other item appears in this section of the display, use the lower LCD  -  buttons.
I LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) buttons...
The LCD [A] - [J] buttons are used to select the corresponding menu. In the Open/Save display (page 66) shown above, for example, the LCD [A] - [J] buttons can be used to select the corresponding respective voices. The LCD  -  buttons are divided into eight sets of upper/lower buttons, and are used to make selections or adjust settings (up or down correspondingly) for functions shown directly above them. In the Open/Save display (page 66) shown above, for example, the upper LCD  -  buttons can be used to select the menus [P1] - [VIEW] in the upper row, and the lower LCD  -  buttons can be used to select the menus [NAME] - [UP] in the lower row. Also in the above example, the upper LCD  -  buttons are inactive and have no effect, because there are no menu items in the display that correspond to these buttons.
This operation lets you save your original custom data (such as songs and voices youve created) to the User, Floppy Disk or optional Hard Disk drives. Note that if youre saving the currently open le, step #1 is not necessary.
After youve created a song or voice in the relevant Song Creator or Sound Creator display, press the [SAVE] LCD button. The corresponding Open/Save display appears.
For some editing operations such as User Effect, User Master EQ, and User Master Compressor) a pop-up window (like that in step #3 here) will be called up instead of the Open/Save display. In this case, steps #2 and #3 are unnecessary.
Call up the destination display. Press the [SAVE] LCD button (lower  button). The pop-up window for the Save operation appears at the bottom of the display. To return to the original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
Enter the le name (page 70). Press the [OK] LCD button (lower  button). Press the [OK] button again to actually save the le.
Folders and les on the installed drives can be freely renamed. You can also name les youve created. The instructions below apply when calling up the Name operation from the Open/Save display. For other cases, go directly to step #5 below.
Call up the page (path) of the Open/Save display, where the relevant folders/les are located. Press the [NAME] LCD button (lower  button) at the bottom the LCD display. The pop-up window for the Name operation appears at the bottom of the display. To return to the original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button.
Select the desired folder or le to be named. Press the [OK] LCD button (lower  button). The pop-up window for entering the name appears at the bottom of the display. To return to the original display, press the [CANCEL] LCD button. Input the name of the selected folder or le.
Move the cursor to the desired position by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial. Press the [OK] LCD button (upper  button) to actually enter the new name and return to the original display. Select the desired upper row menu by using the upper LCD  -  buttons.
Select the desired lower row menu by using the lower LCD  -  buttons. Press the appropriate button, corresponding to the character you wish to enter. Several different characters are assigned to each button, and the characters change each time you press the button. To actually enter the selected character, move the cursor or press another letter-input button. Press the [CANCEL] LCD button (lower  button) to delete all of the characters on the line at once and return to the original display. Deletes the character at the cursor. Pressing this (lower  button) before actual entry of the character adds a special character mark (umlaut, accent, Japanese and ) to the character. Pressing this (lower  button) after actually entering a character calls up the miscellaneous character list. Move the cursor to the desired mark by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial, then press the [OK] LCD button (upper  button) or [ENTER] button to enter the character and return back to the Name original pop-up window.
I Custom Voices....
Normally, data cannot be stored to the Preset drive; however, voice data created with the Voice Editor software (pages 59, 85) can be saved to the Preset drive as Custom Voice data. Custom Voices saved to the Preset drive can be called up via the [CUSTOM VOICE] button.
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I Mega Voices.....
These specially programmed voices are not indicated among the VOICE buttons on the panel. In fact, they are not even intended to be played from the TYROS keyboard. The Mega voices are primarily designed for use with recorded MIDI sequence data (such as songs and styles). Some of the guitar and bass voices in particular have been created as Mega voices for the TYROS, and are easily distinguished from the normal voices by their icons in the Open/Save displays. What makes Mega voices special is their use of velocity switching. Normal voices use velocity switching, too to make the sound quality and/or level of a voice according to how strongly or softly you play it. This makes the TYROS voices sound authentic and natural. However, with Mega voices, each velocity range (the measure of your playing strength) has a completely different sound. For example, a Mega guitar voice includes the sounds of various performance techniques (as shown below). In conventional instruments, different voices having those sounds would be called up via MIDI and played in combination to achieve the desired effect. However, now with Mega voices, a convincing guitar part can be played with just a single voice, using specic velocity values to play the desired sounds. Because of the complex nature of these voices and the precise velocities need to play the sounds, theyre not intended for playing from the keyboard. They are, however, very useful and convenient when creating MIDI data especially when you want to avoid using several different voices just for a single instrument part. GExample Mega Voice Guitar
With this function, you can transpose the pitch of the TYROS up or down over a range of 2 octaves in semitone steps. Three transposing methods (Keyboard, Song, and Master) are available; select the desired method in the [FUNCTION] CONTROLLER KEYBOARD/PANEL display (page 154), then use the [TRANSPOSE] buttons to change the value. G Keyboard Transpose The [TRANSPOSE] buttons affect the pitch of the keyboard sound, the style playback pitch, and the pitch of the Multi Pads for which Chord Match has been set to on. Note that the transposition is applied from the next note (or style chord) played, after one of the [TRANSPOSE] buttons has been pressed. G Song Transpose The [TRANSPOSE] buttons affect only song playback. Note that the transposition is applied from the next note of song playback after one of the [TRANSPOSE] buttons has been pressed. G Master Transpose The [TRANSPOSE] buttons affect the overall pitch of the TYROS. Normal pitch (transpose value of 0) can be recalled at any time by pressing both the [+] and  buttons simultaneously. The transposition can be adjusted from the Mixing Console display (page 135).
I Upper Octave....
See page 28 in Quick Guide.
Organ Flutes (Sound Creator)
Quick Guide on page 29
The TYROS features a variety of lush, dynamic organ voices that you can call up with the [ORGAN FLUTES] button. It also gives you the tools to create your own original organ sounds by using the Sound Creator (called up with the [SOUND CREATOR] button). Just as on a traditional organ, you can create your own sounds by adjusting the levels of the ute footages.
Basic Procedure (Organ Flutes)
Press the [ORGAN FLUTES] button to call up the Open/Save display for organ voices.
Select the desired menu with the [BACK]/[NEXT] buttons and set the appropriate parameters.
Press the [SOUND CREATOR] button to call up the Sound Creator display. Press the [SAVE] LCD button to call up the Open/Save display of the User drive and save the settings here as a User voice to the drive. For details, see page 69.
The  LCD buttons are used to adjust either the 16 or 5-1/3 footages. Select the desired footage here, then adjust it with the  LCD buttons.
Adjust the footage.
If you select another voice without saving the settings, the settings will be lost. If you wish to store the settings here, make sure to save the settings as a User Voice before selecting another voice or turning the power off.
Sound Creator Parameters (Organ Flutes Voices)
The Organ Flutes parameters are organized into three different pages, and can be set as described in step #3 of the Basic Procedure above. These can also be programmed as part of the Voice Set parameters (page 151), to be automatically called up when the voice is selected.
LEFT CH (channel)/RIGHT CH (channel)
If the selected song has lyric data, you can have the lyrics shown in the display by pressing the [Lyrics] LCD button in the Main display. The Lyrics feature offers a number of useful possibilities: The phrases to be sung are highlighted in time with the music, making it easy to follow the words and sing along with the song. Connect a microphone and you can even have your voice mixed with the song accompaniment as it plays. Connect an external TV monitor to the TYROS, and you can have the lyrics displayed on the TV for group sing-alongs and the like. You can even set the TYROS so that the lyrics are shown on the TV monitor while the LCD of the instrument displays a different operation or function. (Select [FUNCTION] VIDEO OUT.)
Basic Procedure (Lyrics)
Go back to the Main display and press the [Lyrics] LCD button.
As the song plays back, the lyrics are shown in succession in the LCD display.
The language used for lyrics display depends on the particular lyric data. If the lyrics are garbled or unreadable, you can remedy this by changing the LYRICS LANGUAGE setting from the [FUNCTION] SONG SETTING display. When the background color is specied in the song data, the BACKGROUND setting cannot be changed. If the selected song does not contain lyric data, lyrics are not displayed. If the selected song contains chord data, chord names are displayed with the lyrics.
You can change the background picture of the Lyrics display. Press the [BACKGROUND] LCD button to call up the Open/Save display for picture les and select the desired one. Press the [EXIT] button to return back to the Lyrics display.
Displaying the Lyrics on the external TV monitor
Connect the TV monitor to the VIDEO OUT terminal of the TYROS (page 18). Turn the TV monitor and the TYROS ON. Set the SCREEN CONTENT parameter to LYRICS on the [FUNCTION] VIDEO OUT display (page 151).
When the SCREEN CONTENT parameter is set to LYRICS, only the lyrics of the song are output via VIDEO OUT, regardless of the display that is called up on the instrument itself. This lets you select other displays and still have the lyrics shown on the external monitor.
Play the song by following the Basic Procedure (Lyrics) above.
The TYROS provides the following song position features.
The current song position is indicated on the Main display as measure/beat number during playback letting you easily see where you are in the song. Pressing the [FF] or [REW] button automatically calls up a pop-up window showing the current measure number (or Phrase Mark number) in the Main display.
Indicates the current measure in song playback. This menu appears only when the song data contains Phrase Marks. This determines which is used for song position, Bar (measure) or Phrase Mark. When this is set to PHRASE MARK, you can use the [FF] or [REW] buttons to navigate through the Phrase Marks in the song.
Turn [USER/DISK] on and press appropriate STYLE button (set in step #3 above).
Style Playback Related Settings
The TYROS has a variety of style playback functions, including Split Point and many others which can be accessed by pressing [FUNCTION] STYLE SETTING/SPLIT POINT.
Split Point settings
I Split Point....
These are the settings (there are two Split Points) that separate the different sections of the keyboard: the Chord section, the LEFT part section and the RIGHT 1-3 section. The two Split Point settings (below) are specied as note names. Split Point (S) separates the Chord section for style playback from the section(s) for playing voices (RIGHT 1-3, LEFT) Split Point (L) separates the two sections for playing voices, LEFT and RIGHT 1-3. These two settings can be set to the same note (as in the default) or two diffferent notes as desired.
GSetting the Split Point (S) and the Split Point (L) to the same note
Split Point (S+L)
GSetting the Split Point (S) and the Split Point (L) to different notes
Split Point (S) Split Point (L)
Chord section + Voice LEFT
Voice RIGHT1 - 3
Press the [S+L] LCD button and rotate the [DATA ENTRY] dial, or press the desired key on the keyboard while holding the [S+L] LCD button.
To set Split Point (L), press the [L] LCD button and rotate the [DATA ENTRY] dial, or press the desired key on the keyboard while holding the [L] LCD button. To set Split Point (S), press the [S] LCD button and rotate the [DATA ENTRY] dial, or press the desired key on the keyboard while holding the [S] LCD button.
Split Point (L) cannot be set lower than Split Point (S), and Split Point (S) cannot be set higher than Split Point (L).
I Stop Accompaniment....
When auto accompaniment is turned on and Syncro Start is off, you can play chords in the left-hand (accompaniment) section of the keyboard with the style stopped, and still hear the accompaniment chord. In this condition called Stop Accompaniment any valid chord ngerings are recognized and the chord root/type are shown in the LCD. Since the TYROS properly recognizes the chord, you can also use the Chord Match function (page 38) with the Multi Pads or the Harmony effect (page 39) without having to play back a style. From the display above, you can determine whether the chord played in the chord section will sound or not in the Stop Accompaniment status.
The chord detected by playing the Stop Accompaniment can be recorded to a song regardless of the setting here. Please note that the voice sound will be recorded when set to STYLE, and will not be recorded when set to OFF or FIXED.
OFF..The chord played in the chord section will not sound. STYLE..The chord played in the chord section will sound via the voices for the Pad part and the Bass channel of the selected style. FIXED..The chord played in the chord section will sound via the certain voice regardless of the selected style.
I OTS Link Timing....
This applies to the OTS Link function (page 110). This parameter determines the timing in which the One Touch Settings change with the MAIN VARIATION [A] - [D] change. (The [OTS LINK] button must be on.) Real Time..One Touch Setting is immediately called up when you press a [MAIN VARIATION] button. Next Bar..One Touch Setting is called up at the next measure, after you press a [MAIN VARIATION] button.
I Synchro Stop Window....
This determines how long you can hold a chord before the Synchro Stop function is automatically cancelled. When the [SYNC STOP] button is turned on and this is set to a value other than OFF, this automatically cancels the Synchro Stop function if you hold a chord for longer than the time set here. This conveniently resets style playback control to normal, letting you release the keys and still have the style play.
I Style Touch....
Turns touch response for the style playback on/off. When this is set to ON, the style volume changes in response to your playing strength in the chord section of the keyboard.
I Section Set....
Determines the default section that is automatically called up when selecting different styles (when style playback is stopped). When set to OFF and style playback is stopped, the active section is maintained even if the different style is selected. When any of the Main A-D sections is not included in the style data, the nearest section is automatically selected. For example, when Main D is not contained in the selected style, Main C will be called up.
Simultaneously Playing a Song and a Style When playing back a song and a style at the same time, channels 9 - 16 of the song data are replaced with style channels allowing you to use the styles and features in place of the accompaniment parts of the song. This provides added exibility to your performance, letting you independently control style playback and song playback.
The style stops when you stop the song. If the accompaniment style is playing and you start the song, the accompaniment automatically stops. Some of the songs have been created using the built-in styles. For these songs, the styles are automatically started when starting song playback.
Style Creator (Digital Recording)
The powerful Style Creator feature lets you create your own original styles, which can then be used for style playback just as with the preset styles.
Assembling a Style from Existing Pattern Data
The explanations here apply when you call up the ASSEMBLY page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 116. This convenient function lets you combine style elements such as rhythm, bass, and chord patterns from existing styles, and use them to create your own original sections and styles. Assembling pattern data as shown below at left using Cool 8Beat as a basis, for example, results in the display below at right.
Hard Rock 8Beat Modern Rhythm 1 Rhythm 2 Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Pad Phrase 1 Phrase 2 Live 8Beat Rhythm 1 Rhythm 2 Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Pad Phrase 1 Phrase 2 Rhythm 1 Rhythm 2 Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Pad Phrase 1 Phrase 2
Select the desired part (channel) by pressing one of the LCD [A] - [D], [F] - [I] buttons and press the same button to call up the Open/Save display for styles, from which you can select the desired style. After selecting the style, press the [EXIT] button to return to this display, then select the desired sections and channels to be copied.
Determines the playback setting for each channel. You can assemble the accompaniment style while the style section and channel that will be copied are playing. SOLO Mutes all but the selected channel. Any parts (channels) set to ON in the RECORD pop-up window on the BASIC page are played back simultaneously. ON Plays back the selected part (channel). Any parts (channels) set to ON in the RECORD pop-up window on the BASIC page are played back simultaneously. OFF Mutes the selected part (channel).
Groove and Dynamics
The explanations here apply to when you call up the GROOVE page in step #4 of the Basic Procedure on page 116. These versatile features give you a wide variety of tools for changing the rhythmic feel of your created style.
Use these to select the desired edit operation.
Executes the operation. After the operation is completed, you can hear the result and this button changes to [UNDO], letting you restore the original data if youre not satised with the Groove or Dynamics results. The Undo function only has one level; only the previous operation can be undone. This menu is available on both of the GROOVE page and DYNAMICS page.
Determines the settings for each of the Groove or Dynamics parameters (see next page).
This lets you add swing to the music or change the feel of the beat by making subtle shifts in the timing (clock) of the style. The Groove settings are applied to all parts of the selected style.
ORIGINAL BEAT Specifies the beats to which Groove timing is to be applied. In other words, if 8 Beat is selected, Groove timing is applied to the 8th notes; if 12 Beat is selected, Groove timing is applied to 8th-note triplets. Actually changes the timing of the beats (specified in the ORIGINAL BEAT parameter above) to the selected value. For example, when ORIGINAL BEAT is set to 8 Beat and BEAT CONVERTER is set to 12, all 8th notes in the section are shifted to 8th-note triplet timing. The 16A and 16B Beat Converter which appear when ORIGINAL BEAT is set to 12 Beat are variations on a basic 16th-note setting. Produces a swing feel by shifting the timing of the back beats, depending on the ORIGINAL BEAT parameter above. For example, if the specified ORIGINAL BEAT value is 8 Beat, the Swing parameter will selectively delay the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 8th beats of each measure to create a swing feel. The settings A through E produce different degrees of swing, with A being the most subtle and E being the most pronounced. Selects a variety of Groove templates to be applied to the selected section. The PUSH settings cause certain beats to be played early, while HEAVY settings delay the timing of certain beats. The numbered settings (2, 3, 4, 5) determine which beats are to be affected. All beats up to the specified beat but not including the first beat will be played early or delayed (for example, the 2nd and 3rd beats, if 3 is selected). In all cases, A types produce minimum effect, B types produce medium effect, and C types produce maximum effect.
Connect the MIDI IN terminal of the MFC10 to one of the MIDI OUT terminals of the TYROS by using a MIDI cable.
Do not connect the MIDI OUT terminal of the MFC10 to the MIDI IN of the TYROS in this step.
If desired, connect additional foot controllers to the MFC10.
Set the MFC10 to the normal mode and turn the [FUNCTION] lamp of the MFC10 on. Perform steps #1 through #5 of the Basic Procedure on page 145 to call up the MFC10 display. Set the parameters on this display as desired and press the [SEND MFC10 SETUP] LCD button to send the settings here to the MFC10.
Determines the MIDI port which is to be used when communicating with the MFC10. Here, the USB port (USB1, USB2) can be selected even though the MFC10 does not have the USB connector. This is because the computer can be used instead of the MFC10. (The computer can transmit the data equivalent to the data the MFC10 transmits to the TYROS. For details, see the bottom of this page.) Select FOOT SWITCH or FOOT CONTROLLER. Determines the MIDI channel which is to be used when communicating with the MFC10.
Transmit the settings on this display to the MFC10.
Select a footswitch number (F00 - F29) or a foot controller number (1 - 5) to which the function is assigned. Please note that a note number is assigned to each footswitch and a control change number is assigned to each foot controller beforehand and you cannot change the settings.
Determines the function assigned to the footswitch (actually the note number), or the function assigned to the foot controller (actually the control change number).
Actually the pairs of the footswitch number and the note number, the pairs of the foot controller number and the control change number, and the MIDI channel for communication set above are transmitted to the MFC10.
Determines the part to which the function assigned to the foot controller in the row is applied. See page 152 for details about the functions which can be assigned to the footswitch or foot controller.
Disconnect the MIDI cable from the TYROS and the MFC10, and connect the MIDI OUT terminal of the MFC10 to the MIDI IN terminal of the TYROS according to the setting above by using the MIDI cable.
Replace the hard disk drive and cover (included with the hard disk) by tting it into the TYROS as shown in the illustration.
Make sure not to bend the pins.
In the middle of the hard disk connector is a missing pin. Make sure to align the cable connector (which has a corresponding missing hole) to the hard disk as shown.
These four pins are unused.
Replace the hard disk cover, and attach it with the four screws removed in step #4.
If you have installed a hard disk that was once used for the PSR-8000 and turn the TYROS power on, a message appears prompting you to convert the data on the hard disk for use with the TYROS. If you select YES, the les on the hard disk will be converted so that they can be viewed on the TYROS LCD display however, they will not be accessible. To actually use the les on the TYROS, you will need to convert the PSR-8000 data using a computer and the File Converter software (contained in the included CDROM).
Replace the cover and attach it with the six screws removed in step #3.
Check that the installed hard disk is functioning properly.
Turn on the power, go to the [FUNCTION] UTILITY DISK display, and execute the HD Format function (page 157). If the format is completed with no trouble and the HD drive tab appears on the Open/Save display, the hard disk is OK.
If you have installed the hard disk that was once used for the PSR-9000/ 9000Pro and turn the TYROS power on, you can immediately view the les on the hard disk and use the song les from the PSR-9000/9000Pro. However, to properly use the style, Multi Pad, and Registration Memory les from the PSR-9000/9000Pro, you will need to convert the data using a computer and the File Converter software (contained in the included CD-ROM).
PROBLEM When using a mobile phone, noise is produced. POSSIBLE CAUSE/SOLUTION Using a mobile phone in close proximity to the TYROS may produce interference. To prevent this, turn off the mobile phone or use it further away from the TYROS. The RIGHT1/RIGHT2/RIGHT3/LEFT voice volume settings on the BALANCE pop-up window could be set too low. Make sure the voice volumes are set at appropriate levels (page 36). The Local Control function could be turned off. Make sure Local Control is turned on (page 146). The [MASTER VOLUME] controls or foot volume are turned all the way down. Set the [MASTER VOLUME] controls and foot volume to a reasonable listening level. Are the desired keyboard parts turned on? ([PART ON/OFF] button page 74) Are the desired parts or channels turned on? ([CHANNEL ON/ OFF] button page 37) A pair of headphones is plugged into the PHONES jack. Unplug the headphones. A plug is inserted in the LOOP SEND jacks. Unplug the LOOP SEND jacks. Is the Footswitch connected to the appropriate connector (page 18)? The [FADE IN/OUT] button (page 109) is on and has reached the end of its duration, muting the sound. Press the [FADE IN/OUT] button so that its indicator goes out. Check whether the external speaker is connected properly. Check whether or not the selected part is turned on (page 74).
OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Europa GmbH. Siemensstrae 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany Tel: 04101-3030
Yamaha Corporation, Asia-Pacic Music Marketing Group Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650 Tel: 053-460-2312
Yamaha Music Australia Pty. Ltd. Level 1, 99 Queensbridge Street, Southbank, Victoria 3006, Australia Tel: 3-9693-5111
Yamaha Europa GmbH. Zweigniederlassung Zrich Seefeldstrasse 94, 8008 Zrich, Switzerland Tel: 01-383 3990
Yamaha Europa GmbH. Zweigniederlassung Wien Schleiergasse 20, A-1100 Wien, Austria Tel: 01-60203900
Music Houses of N.Z. Ltd. 146/148 Captain Springs Road, Te Papapa, Auckland, New Zealand Tel: 9-634-0099
Yamaha Music Nederland Clarissenhof 5-b, 4133 AB Vianen, The Netherlands Tel: 0347-358 040
Yamaha Music Gulf FZE LB21-128 Jebel Ali Freezone P.O.Box 17328, Dubai, U.A.E. Tel: 971-4-881-5868
COUNTRIES AND TRUST TERRITORIES IN PACIFIC OCEAN
Yamaha Music Belgium Rue de Geneve (Genevastraat) 10, 1140 - Brussels, Belgium Tel: 02-726 6032
HEAD OFFICE Yamaha Corporation, Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650 Tel: 053-460-3273
Yamaha PK CLUB (Portable Keyboard Home Page, English only)
Yamaha Manual Library
M.D.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation 2002 Yamaha Corporation V922620 ???PO???.?-02B0 Printed in China
The TRS-MS02 is a speaker system designed for specifically for the Tyros2. Using Yamaha's Advanced Active Servo technology, the TRS-MS02 produces incredibly sharp treble and thundering bass to enhance keyboard performance.This state of the art speaker system was specifically designed for the Yamaha Tyros2 keyboard. Using Yamaha's Advanced Active Servo technology, the TRS-MS02 produces incredibly sharp treble and thundering bass to enhance your keyboard performance. Two satellite speakers mount directly on the keyboard while the bass control knob on the subwoofer adjusts for the perfect surround sound.
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