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Nikki 2:37am on Tuesday, December 14th, 2010 
I have a Casio CDP-200R and love the fun aspect and related entertainment derived from its numerous functions, however, it has a puzzeling anomaly that nobody apparently knows how to solve. In "mid-tune" it intermittently adds an additional 5 chord notes to the right of its chord accomp function cut-off note "F". In place of the normal F#,G,A flat A and B flat notes, these notes suddenly and for no reason revert to chords - which is very frustrating. It would be interesting to know if anybody else has experienced this.and if so what the cause was.
smikesh 11:57am on Friday, July 16th, 2010 
Great reception as well - no loss of channels Some people experience poor quality image when replacing a freewview box with a more expansive PVR box.

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tone number (671 to 675) to which you want to apply effects.
2. Press bt to cycle thorough the available
effects, described below.
Effect Type (Display) Original (Orgnl) Loop 1 (Loop1) Loop 2 (Loop2) Description Normal sampled tone (no looping, no effect). Loops the sampled sound. Loops the sample sound and raises the pitch of the resonating sound when the keyboard key is released. Loops the sample sound and lowers the pitch of the resonating sound when the keyboard key is released. Changes the pitch from low to high, at an increasing rate. Changes the pitch from high to low, at a decreasing rate. Changes the pitch from high to low, at a decreasing rate, and then raises the pitch when the key is released.
You can use the procedure to change the drum sounds that are assigned to each keyboard key. You can store up to three drum sets and store them as tone numbers 676, 677, and 678. Simply select the tone number where the drum set you want is located to assign the drum set sounds to the keyboard.

1. Press bs.

bs lights.
2. Press bt and then use cl (10-key) to enter the
tone number (676, 677, or 678) for the drum set whose sounds you want to change.

Loop 3 (Loop3)

Pitch 1 (Ptch1) Pitch 2 (Ptch2)
In place of the above steps, you could press 6 and bs at the same times and then select a tone number.

3. Press 6.

Pitch 3 (Ptch3)
Tremolo (Treml) Alternates volume between high and low. Funny 1 (Funy1) Funny 2 (Funy2) Funny 3 (Funy3) Adds vibrato and changes the pitch by a gradually increasing amount. Alternates between high pitch and low pitch. Adds vibrato and changes the pitch from low to high.
Avoid assigning the same sampled sound (tone number 671 to 675) to the keyboard for play along and for looped play. Doing so will cause, the Loop 1 effect to be applied to the keyboard tone while looped play of the sampled sound is being performed.
Incorporating a Sampled Sound into a Drum Set (Drum Sampling)
4. Press the keyboard key to which you want to
assign the drum sound you are about to sample.
This enters sampling standby. The allowable sampling time (in seconds) will appear on the display momentarily and then the display will change to the following. You can repeat steps 3 through 6 to change other sounds that make up the currently selected drum set. There are eight sounds per drum set. You may not be able to get 10 seconds of sampling if Digital Piano memory is low due to storage of other data. If this happens, deleting other memory data you no longer need will free up memory space and you should be able to sample for 10 seconds. See Deleting a Sampled Sound on page E-23 for more information.

display Protect.

Pro t ec t
5. Press the cl (10-key) [+] key to turn on

protection.

Once protected a tone cannot be deleted. A protected tone is indicated as shown below.

Protected

3. Use the cl (10-key) [] and [+] keys to select the
tone number of the data you want to delete.
4. Press the cl (10-key) [7] (ENTER) key.
This displays a delete confirmation message.

Su r e?

5. Press the cl (10-key) [+] (YES) key to delete the
data, or [] (NO) or [9] (EXIT) to cancel the delete operation.
After the delete procedure is complete, Complete will appear on the display followed by the screen in step 2 of the above procedure.

*1 : Or

SD memory card (page E-58) Computer (page E-65)
Saving Sample Data on an External Device
For information about deleting individual drum sounds in a drum sampling set, see Editing Sampled Drum Set Sounds on page E-21.

Playing Built-in Songs

7 br cl

bk bl bm bn bo bp

With this Digital Piano, built-in tune data is referred to as songs. You can listen to the built-in songs for your own enjoyment, or you can play along with them for practice.
2. To change to another song while demo playback is in progress, use cl (10-key) [] and
[+] keys to enter the song number you want (page E-6).
This will cause demo playback to jump to the song whose number you entered. You cannot use cl (10-key) number buttons to select a song.
In addition to simple listening enjoyment, the built-in songs can be used with the lesson system (page E-28) for practice. You can increase the number of tunes using your SD memory cards (page E-59) or computer (page E-62).
3. To stop demo playback, press bo.
Demo playback continues until you stop it by pressing bo.

Playing the Demo Songs

Use the following procedure to play back built-in songs.
1. Press bo and bp at the same time.
This will start playback of the demo songs. See page E-72 for information about song numbers and the song sequence. Demo playback always starts from song number 151.
Flashes Song number Tune name

Demo T u n e

Playing Back a Particular Song
Use the procedure below to play back one of the built-in songs. You can play along on the keyboard with song playback.
Pause, Skip Forward, Skip Back
Use the operations in this section to perform pause, skip forward, and skip back operations.

Pause

1. Press bn.
This pauses song playback.

1. Press br.

Song number Tune name
2. Press bn again to resume playback from the
point where you paused it. Skip Forward

Tw i n k l e

For information about how to delete song data loaded from an external device, see page E-55.
Using Built-in Songs to Master Keyboard Play

bk bl bm

cmcn cocp cq cm cn co cpcq
To master a song, it is best to break it up into shorter parts (phrases), master the phrases, and then put everything together. Your Digital Piano comes with a Step Up Lesson feature that helps you to do just that.

Step Up Lesson Flow

Step Up Lesson takes you through practice of the right hand part, left hand part, and both hand parts for each phrase of a song. Master all of the phrases and you master the song. Phrase 1 Right Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3 Left Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3 Both Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3

Phrases

The built-in songs are pre-divided into phrases to help you master keyboard play.
Song start Song end Final Phrase
Repeat the above to practice phrase 2, 3, 4, and so on, until you reach the final phrase of the song.

Phrase 1

Phrase 2

Phrase 3

After mastering all of the phrases, practice the entire song.
Now you have mastered the entire song!
Messages that Appear during Lessons
The following are the messages that appear on the display during Step Lessons. Message <Phrase> Description Appears when you select a phrase, when a lesson starts, etc. Note that certain phrases will cause Wait to appear instead of Phrase. Appears when the lesson starts with an intro or fill-in phrase that is not included in the phrases to be practiced. Play toll advance automatically to the next phrase after the unincluded phrase plays, so wait until then to start playing on the keyboard. Appears when advancing automatically to the next phrase. This message appears following a phrase for which Wait (see above) is displayed, and during an Auto Step Up Lesson (page E-33). This message appears during Auto Step Up Lesson (page E-33) immediately before practice from Phrase 1 up until the phrase currently being practiced. Appears at the end of Auto Step Up Lesson (page E-33).

Song playback will wait for you to play the correct note. Keyboard key goes from flashing to lit. Note guide sounds the correct note to be played. Voice Fingering Guide tells you what finger to use.
Pressing the correct keyboard key causes song playback to resume and the key for the next note flashes.

1. Press cn.

This starts Lesson 2.
3. To stop Lesson 2, press cn or bo.
If you complete Lesson 2 play to the end, a score that rates your play appears on the screen. Bravo! Again! You pass! Advance to the next lesson. Go back and try again.
Lesson 3: Remember what you learned as you play.
Though song playback stands by waiting for you to press the correct keys as in Lesson 2, the Digital Piano does not provide any guidance about what note you need to play next. Remember everything you have learned up to Lesson 2 as you play.
Playing a Particular Song All the Way Through
After you successfully complete all of the phrases in Lessons 1, 2, and 3, it is time to try playing the entire song from beginning to end.

1. Press co.

This starts Lesson 3.
1. Use bp to turn off both hand parts and then press bo.
Try playing with both hands and find out how the Digital Piano evaluates your effort.

Lesson Settings

Playing without Phrase Repeat
You can turn off phrase repeat for Lessons 1, 2, and 3.

1. Press bk.

This disables phrase repeat play.
2. Play the song along with the song playback.
<Lesson 3 Guidance> Press the keyboard keys you learned in Lesson 2.
Song playback will wait for you to play the correct note. Note guide sounds the correct note to be played.
If you are still unable to press the correct keyboard key, the Digital Piano will display keyboard guidance and voice fingering guide will tell you what finger to use, just as in Lesson 2.
Turning Off Voice Fingering Guide
Use the following procedure to turn off voice fingering guide, which tells you which finger to use to play each note in Lesson 2 and Lesson 3.
and [6] (i) keys to display LESSON (page E-6).
Pressing the correct key will cause song playback to resume.
3. To stop Lesson 3, press co or bo.
If you complete Lesson 3 play to the end, a score that rates your play appears on the screen the same as with Lesson 2.

L ESSON

2. Press cl (10-key) [7] (ENTER) key.
3. Press the cl (10-key) [] key to select the OFF

setting.

Indicator disappears when voice fingering guide is turned off.

Turning Off Note Guide

Use the following procedure to turn off note guide, which sounds the note to be played next in Lesson 2 and Lesson 3.
Changing the Phrase Length
You can use the following procedure to change the length of lesson phrases, or to configure the lesson feature so the song is played all the way through, without being divided into phrases.

display NoteGuid.

display PhraseLn.

No t eGu i d

4. Press the cl (10-key) [] key to select the OFF

Ph r aseLn

phrase length you want.
Off (oFF) Preset (PrE) The phrase length is from the beginning to the end of the song. Phrase lengths are as specified in the song.
Turning Off Performance Evaluation
Use the following procedure to turn off performance evaluation, which evaluates your performance and displays a score in Lesson 2 and Lesson 3.
The following options are available for songs loaded from external sources only. Short (Ln1) Middle (Ln2) Long (Ln3) Length of one phrase is one measure. Length of one phrase is two measures. Length of one phrase is four measures.

display Scoring.

Sco r i n
Indicator disappears when performance evaluation is turned off.
Using Auto Step Up Lesson
With Auto Step Up Lesson, the Digital Piano advances through each lesson automatically.
Auto Step Up Lesson Procedure
Phrase 1 Lesson Lesson Lesson 3
1. Select the song and part you want to practice

(page E-25).

2. Press cq.
Listen to the first phrase in Lesson 1. In Lesson 1, the sample phrase is played only once before advancing to Lesson 2.
Phrase 2 Lesson Lesson Lesson Phrase 1, 2 Lesson 3*
3. Auto Step Up Lesson stops automatically after
you are able to get through all of the lessons successfully.
In Lesson 2 and Lesson 3, the Digital Piano advances to the next lesson if you are able to achieve the Bravo! evaluation result. To cancel a lesson, press cq or bo. Phrase 3 Lesson Lesson Lesson Phrase 1, 2, 3 Lesson 3*
You can change the step and phrase during Auto Step Up Lesson using bl, bm, and cm to cp. Starting Auto Step Up Lesson automatically turns on phrase repeat (page E-31) and play evaluation (page E-32). These features cannot be turned off during lessons.
Next phrase practice using the same procedure
Final phrase Lesson Lesson Lesson From Phrase 1 to the final phrase Lesson 3*
Lesson complete * Auto Step Up Lesson advances to the next phrase, regardless of whether the Bravo! result is attained.
Music Challenge Keyboard Game

1 br bs bt

Music Challenge is a game that measures your reaction speed as you press keys in response to on-screen keyboard indicators and fingering guide indications.

4. The game ends when you advance successfully

through 20 notes.

Your playing time appears on the display. After a short while, the playing time display changes to a score. To clear the score from the display, press br, bs, or bt. You can cancel a game at any time by pressing cr or bo.

Playing time

1. Press br. 2. Press cr.
This causes a key on the on-screen keyboard to start to flash, and starts the Music Challenge song.
Number of remaining notes

M. CHA L. !

Fingering Displayed during a game.

T i me 1 9. 2 Sco r e 80

3. After the on-screen keyboard indicator changes
from flashing to lit, press the indicated key with the indicated finger as quickly as possible.
This causes the on-screen keyboard key to go out to let you know that you cleared the first note. The next onscreen keyboard key starts to flash, so get ready to press the next key. The time it takes you to press the keyboard key after the on-screen key lights appears on the display (Unit: 0.1 sec). The shorter the time, the higher your score. Pressing a keyboard key before the on-screen key goes from flashing to lit, will not advance to the next note.

Time 0.3sec

Notes and fingering guide fingers are indicated randomly. The tempo of the game songs cannot be changed. All buttons except 1, bo, and cr are disabled while a game is in progress.

Using Auto Accompaniment

7 bs cl
With Auto Accompaniment, simply select an accompaniment pattern. Each time you play a chord with your left hand the appropriate accompaniment will play automatically. Its like having a personal backup group along with you wherever you go.
Starting and Stopping the Rhythm Part Only
Rhythm number Rhythm pattern name
Auto Accompaniments are made up of the following three parts. (1) Rhythm (2) Bass (3) Harmony You can have only the rhythm part play, or you can have all three parts play at the same time.
2. Use cl (10-key) to select the rhythm number
See the separate Appendix for information about individual rhythms.

Rhythm number Part on/off Tone number Volume level Left-right speaker balance (panning) Reverb depth (reverb send) Chorus depth (chorus send)
Editable Accompaniment Patterns and Instrument Parts
Any of the following parts that make up each rhythm that is assigned a rhythm number can be edited. Accompaniment patterns (intro, fill-in, etc.): 6 types Instrument parts (drum, bass, etc): 8 types Accompaniment Pattern
VARIATION VARIATION FILL-IN NORMAL NORMAL FILL-IN ENDING INTRO
To edit and save an Auto Accompaniment
1. Select the number of the rhythm you want to

2. Press 4.

Rhythm number Instrument part Editable content

Instrument Parts

Button
I 1 Drum 2 Percussion 3 Bass 4 Chord Chord Chord Chord Chord 5 Button I-1 I-2 I-3 I-4 I-5 I-6 I-7 I-8
N N-1 N-2 N-3 N-4 N-5 N-6 N-7 N-8
NF NF-1 NF-2 NF-3 NF-4 NF-5 NF-6 NF-7 NF-8
V V-1 V-2 V-3 V-4 V-5 V-6 V-7 V-8
VF VF-1 VF-2 VF-3 VF-4 VF-5 VF-6 VF-7 VF-8
E E-1 E-2 E-3 E-4 E-5 E-6 E-7 E-8

Drm: Rh

Lights Accompaniment Pattern (Flashes)
If the Err Mem Full message appears on the display, see page E-71 for information about what you should do.
3. Press a button from bk to bn to select the
Accompaniment Pattern you want to edit.
The name of the pattern will appear on the display.
7. To edit the other contents, press 7 to display
the screen for the setting you want.
Each press of 7 will cycle through the settings shown below, from 1 through 6. Use the cl (10-key) [] and [+] keys to change the currently selected setting. You can play the current settings of the editable part by pressing bo. Setting Type Display Part Tone Vol. Pan Settings On/Off 001 - - - 0 - +- - 127

D r m : Rh

bm Variation selected
Pattern selected by each button bk: Intro bl: Normal, Normal Fill-in (Each press toggles the selection.) bm: Variation, Variation Fill-in (Each press toggles the selection.) bn: Ending
1 Part on/off 2 Tone number* 3 Volume level Left-right speaker balance 4 (panning)

setup you want to recall.

Bank number

Bank 6
2. Configure the tone, rhythm, and other settings
you can to include in the setup.
2. Use buttons cn to cq to select the area whose
This will recall the registration memory setup and automatically configure the piano settings accordingly.

Setup 6-1 recalled

3. Press cm to select the bank you want.
Each press of cm cycles through the bank numbers.

Reca l l

Bank 4
You also can select a bank by holding down cm as you use the cl (10-key) number buttons to enter a bank number.
4. While holding down cr, press a button from cn to cq to select an area.
This will save the settings you configured in step 2 into the applicable setup. If there is anything already stored in the setup, it will be replaced (deleted) by the new setup.

Stored in Setup 4-1

Notes currently being sounded by the keyboard may stop if you recall a setup that causes a change in octave shift (page E-15). To keep this from happening, either select a setup that does not cause a change in the octave shift setting, or hold down the pedal (which will cause notes currently being played to be sustained).
Saving registration Data on an External Device
Maintaining Data in Registration Memory
After you save data in registration memory, it will remain there as long as power is supplied to the piano. However, if you disconnect the AC adaptor, data in registration memory will be deleted.

St ore

To save a setup to registration memory
To recall a setup from registration memory
Recording Your Keyboard Play

8 br bs bt cl

The recorder feature lets you record your keyboard play.
cm cn cocp cq cr cnco cpcq
4. Configure the tone, rhythm, and other settings

you want to use.

Recording and Playing Back Keyboard Play
Use the following procedure to record everything you play on the keyboard.

5. Start playing.

Recording starts as soon as you play something on the keyboard.

1. Press bs. 2. Press 8.

You can use Auto Accompaniment while playing. If you do, Auto Accompaniment also will be recorded.
6. To stop recording, press bo.

3. Press 8 again.

This will enter record stnadby.
7. To play back what you have recorded, press bo

again.

Each press of bo starts and stops playback.
8. Press 8 twice to exit the recorder mode.
You can divide a song according to various types of parts (instrument, left and right hand, etc.), and record each part to a specific track. You can mix up to six tracks (the original track plus five additional tracks) into a final song.
The flashing on the screen shown in step 3 becomes faster when remaining recorder memory capacity becomes less than 100 notes. Total recorder memory capacity is approximately 12,000 notes. Recording will stop automatically when there is no more unused recorder memory remaining. Each press of 8 cycles through the settings shown below. You can listen to the recorded data as many times as you like by pressing bo while in playback standby.

Connecting the Piano to Your Computer
Make sure you follow the steps of the procedure below exactly. Connecting incorrectly can make data send and receive impossible.
Minimum Computer System Requirements
The following shows the minimum computer system requirements for sending and receiving MIDI data. Check to make sure that your computer complies with these requirements before connecting the piano to it. Operating System Windows XP (SP2 or later)*1 Windows Vista *2 Mac OS X (10.3.9, 10.4.11 or later, 10.5.2 or later) *1: Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional (32- bit) *2: Windows Vista (32- bit) USB port
1. Turn off the piano and then start up your

computer.

Do not start up the music software on your computer yet!
2. After starting up your computer, use a
commercially available USB cable to connect it to the piano.
B connector USB cable (A-B type) Digital Piano USB port A connector
Never connect to a computer that does not conform to the above requirements. Doing so can cause problems with your computer.

Computer USB port

3. Turn on the piano.
If this is the first time you are connecting the piano to your computer, the driver software required to send and receive data will be installed on your computer automatically.
4. Start up your computers music software.
5. Configure the music software settings to select
one of the following as the MIDI device.
CASIO USB-MIDI : (For Windows Vista, Mac OS X) USB Audio Device : (For Windows XP) For information about how to select the MIDI device, see the user documentation that comes with the music software you are using.

MIDI Settings

Keyboard Channel
A keyboard channel is the channel used for sending Digital Piano data to a computer. You can select the channel you want for sending Digital Piano data to a computer. The keyboard channel setting range is 01 to 16.
Be sure to turn on the piano first before starting up your computers music software.
and [6] (i) keys to display MIDI (page E-6).
Once you are able to connect successfully, there is no problem with leaving the USB cable connected when you turn off your computer and/or Digital Piano. This Digital Piano conforms to General MIDI Level 1 (GM). For detailed specifications and connections that apply to MIDI data send and receive by this Digital Piano, see the latest support information provided by the website at the following URL. http://world.casio.com/

Keybd Ch

3. Use the cl (10-key) [] and [+] keys to change

the keyboard channel.

Navigate Channels
The navigate channels can be used to display only the notes of a particular channel (part) as on-screen guide information from among the note information of a tune sent from the computer.
Specifying the Navigate Channels
From among the 16 available channels (numbered 1 to 16), you can specify any two neighboring channels (such as 05 and 06) as navigate channels. The smaller numbered channel is the navigate (L) channel, while the larger numbered channel is the navigate (R) channel. Specifying the navigate (R) channel will automatically configure the navigate (L) channel as well.

Nothing happens or notes do not play normally when I play notes on the left side of the keyboard. Nothing happens when I start an Auto Accompaniment.
Nothing happens when I start playback of a built-in song.
The metronome does not sound.
Notes keep sounding, without stopping. Some notes are cut off while they are playing.
The volume or tone setting I made has changed.
Output volume does not change even though is change my keyboard touch.

Symptom Action

This is due to system limitations. It does not indicate malfunction. In certain keyboard ranges, the volume and tone quality sound are slightly different from those in other keyboard ranges. With some tones, octaves do not change at the far ends of the keyboard. The pitch of the notes does not match other accompanying instruments or sounds strange when played long with other instruments. The reverb of notes seems to change suddenly. This is due to system limitations. It does not indicate malfunction. Check and adjust the transpose (page E-14) and tuning settings (page E-14). Turn power off and then back on to initialize all Digital Piano settings (page E-8). Check and adjust the reverb setting (page E-13). Turn power off and then back on to initialize all Digital Piano settings (page E-8).
Operation When I perform a skip forward or skip back operation, the skip operation moves multiple song measures instead of only a single measure. Tone, rhythm, and other settings revert to their initial defaults whenever you turn on the Digital Piano. Computer Connection I cant exchange data between the Digital Piano and a computer. Check to make sure that the USB cable is connected to the Digital Piano and computer, and that the device is selected correctly with your computers music software settings (page E-62). Turn off the Digital Piano and then exit the music software on your computer. Next, turn the Digital Piano back on and then restart the music software on your computer. While song playback is stopped or a Step Up Lesson is in progress, skip forward and skip back operations are performed in phrase units (page E-25). Though piano settings reset when you turn off the piano, you can save setups to registration memory for instant recall whenever you need them (page E-44).

Specifications

Model Keyboard Touch Response Maximum Polyphony Tones Built-in Tones Sampling Tones Functions Reverb Chorus Metronome Beats per Measure Tempo Range Song Bank Built-in Songs User Songs Step Up Lesson Lessons Lesson Part Functions Music Challenge Auto Accompaniment Built-in Rhythms User Rhythms Registration Recorder Keyboard Play Playing Along with a Built-in Songs Memory Capacity Other Functions Transpose Octave Shift Tuning Scale Tuning Music Preset One Touch Preset Auto Harmonize Arpeggiator MIDI Musical Information Function Pitch Bend Wheel Pitch Bend Range SD Memory Cards Supported SD Memory Cards Functions 2GB or less SMF playback, file storage, file recall, file delete, card format 0 to 12 semitones 1 octaves (12 to +12 semitones) Upper/Lower 2 octaves A4 = approx. 440 Hz 100 cents Scale Fine Tune, Quarter Tone, Preset Scales 12 types 90 types 16 multi-timbre received, GM Level 1 standard Tone, Rhythm, Song Bank, numbers and names; staff notation, fingering, pedal operation, tempo, measure and beat number, chord name, etc. 200 Up to 10 (Accompaniment Edit)* 32 (4 setups 8 banks) Real-time recording, playback 5 songs, 6 tracks 1 song (L, R, LR) Approximately 12,000 notes (total for 6 songs) 4 (Listen, Watch, Remember, Auto) L, R, LR Repeat, Voice Fingering Guide, Note Guide, Performance Evaluation 20 notes 152 Up to 10* 0, 2 to to Up to 8 (Melody Sampling: 5, Drum Sampling: 3)* Up to 10 seconds Layer, Split 1 to 10, Off 1 to 5, Off CDP-200R 88-key piano keyboard 3 types, Off 48 notes (24 for certain tones)
Inputs/Outputs USB port Sustain/Assignable jack Phones/Output jack Audio In jack Mic In jack Power Jack Power Supply AC Adaptor Speakers Output Power Consumption Dimensions Weight AD-12 (12cm 6cm oval) 2 8W + 8W 12V = 18W 133.3 27.8 13.3cm (52 1/15/1/4 inch) Approximately 12.0kg (26.4 lbs) TYPE B Standard jack (sustain, sostenuto, soft, rhythm start/stop) Stereo standard jack Output Impedance: 20, Output Voltage: 1.5V (RMS) MAX Stereo mini jack Input Impedance: 40k, Input Sensitivity: 200mV Standard jack Input Impedance: 3k, Input Sensitivity: 10mV 12V DC
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. * This data is stored in a shared memory area with a total capacity of approximately 320Kbytes (1Kbyte = 1,024bytes).

Operating Precautions

Be sure to read and observe the following operating precautions.

Location

Avoid the following locations for this product. Areas exposed to direct sunlight and high humidity Areas subjected to temperature extremes Near a radio, TV, video deck, or tuner The above devices will not cause malfunction of the product, but interference from the product can cause audio or video interference of a nearby device.

User Maintenance

Never use benzene, alcohol, thinner, or other chemical agents to clean the product. To clean the product or its keyboard, wipe with a soft cloth moistened in a weak solution of water and a mild neutral detergent. Wring all excess moisture from the cloth before wiping.
Included and Optional Accessories
Use only accessories that are specified for use with this product. Use of unauthorized accessories creates the risk of fire, electric shock, and personal injury.

Weld Lines

Lines may be visible on the exterior of the product. These are weld lines that result from the plastic molding process. They are not cracks or scratches.
Musical Instrument Etiquette
Always be aware of others around you whenever using this product. Be especially careful when playing late at night to keep the volume at levels that do not disturb others. Other steps you can take when playing late at night are closing the window and using headphones.

Error Messages

Display Message Err CardFull Cause There is not enough room available on the SD memory card. The SD memory card is damaged. There is not enough unused memory available to save recorded song data to an SD memory card as an SMF 0 format file. A sampled drum set sound cannot be copied (page E-21) to a keyboard key because the key already has a sampled sound assigned to it. 1. The format of the SD memory card is not compatible with this piano. 2. The SD memory card is damaged. Err Limit The tone number you selected before starting sampling already has the allowable maximum of eight sampled sounds assigned to it. Action Delete some of the files on the SD memory card to make room for new data (page E-60). Use a different SD memory card. Use a different SD memory card. Delete some or all of the following user data from memory to make room for new data. Sampled sounds (page E-16), user rhythms (page E-41), user songs (page E-27) Delete the sampled sound that is currently assigned to the key you are copying to (page E-21). Copy the sampled sound to another key that does not yet have a sampled sound assigned to it. 1. Format the SD memory card (page E-57). 2. Use a different SD memory card. Delete the one or more of the sampled sounds currently assigned to the tone number (page E-21). Select another tone number that has less than eight sampled sounds currently assigned to it (page E-19).

Chord Chart

(D#)/Eb E F G A B F#/(Gb) (G#)/Ab (A#)/Bb

Chord Type

C#/(Db)

Model: CDP-200R

Version : 1.0
Transmitted Recognized Remarks

Function

Basic Channel - - - 16

Default Changed

Default Messages Altered Mode 3 X 0 - 127

Mode 3 X

Note Number

True voice

0 - - 127 *1

Velocity

Note ON Note OFF O 9nH v = 1 - 127 X 9nH v = 0 X X O
O 9nH v = 1 - 127 X 9nH v = 0, 8nH V =** X O O
**: no relation **: sin relacin

After Touch

Keys Chs

Pitch Bender

Control Change

0, 6, 64

O X O *2 O O X O *4
O (MSB only) O O *3 O O O O
Bank select Modulation Data entry Volume Pan Expression Hold 1
100, 121 O 0 - 127 O 0 - 127
O *4 O *4 X O O *2 X O O O O O O *3 O O Sostenuto Soft pedal Reverb send Chorus send RPN LSB, MSB All sound off Reset all controller
Program Change O *5 X X X X X X X X O O O *6 *7

:True #

System Exclusive

System Common

: Song Pos : Song Sel : Tune

System Real Time

: Clock : Commands

Aux X O X X X O O X

*1: *2: *3: *4: *5:

Messages

: Local ON/OFF : All notes OFF : Active Sense : Reset
*1: Depends on tone. *2: RPN : Pitch Bend Sensitivity *3: RPN : Pitch Bend Sensitivity, Fine Tune, Coarse Tune *4: In accordance with pedal effect setting. *5: Universal System Exclusive Messages : Master Fine Tuning, Master Coarse Tuning, Reverb Time, Chorus Type *6: Universal System Exclusive Messages : GM System On/Off, GM2 System On, Master Volume, Master Fine Tuning, Master Coarse Tuning, Reverb Time, Chorus Type, Chorus Modulation Rate *7: This models System Exclusive Message For details about footnotes 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/.

Remarks

Depende del tono. RPN : Sensibilidad a la inflexin de altura tonal RPN : Sensibilidad a la inflexin de altura tonal, afinacin precisa, afinacin aproximada De acuerdo con el ajuste de efecto de pedal. Mensajes exclusivos de sistema universal : Afinacin maestra precisa, afinacin maestra aproximada, tiempo de reverberacin, Tipos de coros *6: Mensajes exclusivos de sistema universal : Sistema GM activado/desactivado, sistema GM2 activado, volumen general, afinacin maestra precisa, afinacin maestra aproximada, tiempo de reverberacin, tipo de coro, tasa de modulacin al coro *7: Mensaje exclusivo del sistema de este modelo Si desea informacin sobre las notas al pie de pgina 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, consulte Implementacin MIDI en http://world.casio.com/
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Music Data Management Software

Data Manager

for Windows

Users Guide

Use this manual in combination with the User fs Guide that comes with the Instrument.

DATAMANAGERE1C

Contents

Introduction...3

What is Data Manager?.... 3 Minimum Computer Operating Environment... 4 Precautions..... 5
Getting Ready....6 Using Data Manager..7
Starting Up and Quitting Data Manager... 7 Operation Window and Data Folders.... 8 Saving Instrument Data to a PC... 12 Copying PC Data to the Instrument.... 13 Deleting Instrument Data.... 14

Error Messages....15

Introduction

What is Data Manager?

Data Manager is music data management software that you can run on your PC to perform the following three tasks. Save Instrument* data to a PC (page 12). Copy PC data to the Instrument* (page 13). Delete Instrument* data (page 14). * Instrument in this Users Guide refers to one of the following CASIO electronic musical instruments.
CTK-4000, CTK-5000, LK-205, LK-270, WK-200, WK-210, WK-500, CDP-200R
Data Manager does not support saving of songs added to the Instruments Song Bank (User Songs) to a PC. Do not use other applications or disconnect the USB cable while Data Manager is running. Doing so not only will cause Data Manager to operate abnormally, it also can corrupt data and cause malfunction of the Instrument and/or your PC.
Minimum Computer Operating Environment

Operating System

Windows XP (SP2 or later) Windows Vista

Display Settings

Resolution : pixels or greater Color : Medium (16 bit) or greater
The above minimum environment does not guarantee proper operation of this software.

Precautions

All rights to the software that accompanies this documentation (Software) revert to CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. (CASIO). You are not allowed to modify this Software either in part or its entirety without permission from CASIO. Distribution of any version of this Software created by altering the structure, content, or any other aspect of the original Software is prohibited. This Software is provided as is, and CASIO makes no express warranty concerning the suitability of the Software functions for any particular purpose. In no event shall CASIO be liable for any damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of profits, business interruption, loss of information) arising out of the use of or inability to use this Software, even if CASIO has been advised of the possibility of such damages. You are granted the right to use this Software free of charge. You are also granted the right to distribute this Software freely, as long as such distribution is not for profit. Note that CASIO will not provide any support for this Software or its functions. The contents of this Software are subject to change without notice. Actual PC screen contents may differ from the screen shots shown in this manual.

Getting Ready

1. Connect the Instrument to your PC in accordance with the instructions in the Instruments users guide.
Be sure to follow the instructions in the Instruments users guide carefully. Incorrect connections can make data copy and save impossible. Connect only one Instrument at a time. Data Manager will not operate correctly if multiple Instruments are connected.
2. Download the Data Manager software file from the CASIO website to your PCs hard disk. 3. Double-click the file you downloaded.
This will expand the compressed file and create a file named CASIO DataManager50 on your PCs hard disk. This completes the preparation phase for running Data Manager.

Using Data Manager

Starting Up and Quitting Data Manager

To start up Data Manager

1. Make sure that none of the following operations are being performed on the Instrument before starting up Data Manager.
Also, never perform any of the following operations while a data communication operation is being performed between your PC and the Instrument. Data copy, save, and delete with Data Manager will not be possible if any of the following operations are being performed on the Instrument. Record operation (Recorder) Auto Accompaniment editing operation Sampling operation Split point change operation SD memory card save, copy, or delete operation
2. Quit all other applications running on your PC.
Data Manager will not run correctly if any other application is running on your PC.
3. Double-click the folder named CASIO DataManager50 (page 6).
This will open the folder.
4. Inside the folder, double-click DataManager.exe.
This will start up Data Manager and display its operation window.
Starting up Data Manager will create a setup file in the same location as DataManager.exe. Make sure to keep the setup file in the same location as DataManager.exe. Storing them in different locations will cause Data Manager operation problems.

To exit Data Manager

Click the close () button in the upper right corner of the window, or select the Exit command on the File menu.
Operation Window and Data Folders

Operation Window

(1) Title bar
Clicking the close () button on the right side of the title bar will exit Data Manager.

(2) Menu bar

Click File 3 Preference to display the data folder (page 11) preference dialog box. Click File 3 Exit to exit Data Manager.
(3) Data type selection box
Click the down arrow button and then select the data type from the list that appears. The data types available for selection depend on the Instrument model that is connected. See note *2 under Data Types on page 10.

(4) Memory capacity bar

Shows how much of the Instruments memory has been used. The title of this bar changes in accordance with the memory area whose capacity is shown. When the title is Shared Memory Capacity: Memory bar shows the capacity of the memory area that shared for storage of sampled sounds, user songs, and user rhythms. When the title is Recorder Memory Capacity: Memory bar shows the capacity of the memory area for storage of songs recorded on the Instrument.

(5) PC toolbar

: Reload button Click this button to refresh the PC data file list (6) with the newest information.

(6) PC data file list

This is a list of the data stored in the PC data folder (page 11). See Data Types on page 10 for information about the meanings of the icons that appear to the left of the file names.

(7) Instrument toolbar

This toolbar shows the model name of the connected Instrument (WK-500 in the sample) on the left. The following describes the functions of the two buttons on the right. : Delete button Use this button to delete (page 14) the data selected in the Instrument data file list (8) from Instrument memory. : Reload button Click this button to refresh the Instrument data file list (8) with the newest information.
(8) Instrument data file list
This is a list of the user data stored in Instrument memory. See Data Types on page 10 for information about the meanings of the icons that appear to the left of the file numbers. The SMF (Standard MIDI File) file name (up to eight characters) is displayed here when copying an SMF from your PC to Instrument memory.

(9) Protect mark area

P is displayed in this area for any user area in Instrument memory that is protected.

(10) Copy (

) button
Copies the data selected in the PC data file list (6) to Instrument memory (page 13).

(11) Save (

Saves the data selected in the Instrument data file list (8) to your PC (page 12).
(12) Data folder path bar
Shows the location of the data folder (page 11) on your PC.

Data Types

Listing (Icon and Name) USER RHYTHM USER SONG RECORDED SONG RECORDED SONG (PLAY-ALONG) SAMPLED SOUND (MELODY) SAMPLED SOUND (DRUM) REGISTRATION USER SCALE MEMORY ALL DATA User rhythms*2 User songs Recorded songs*1 Songs recorded along built-in song play*1 Sampled melody sounds Sampled drum sounds Registration setups*1 *2 User scales*2 All data*1 Data Type
*1 : This data can be copied only to the same model Instrument that originally created the data. Registration data created with a CTK-5000, for example, can be copied to a CTK-5000 only. *2 : When an Instrument model that does not support a particular type of data is connected, the unsupported data type is indicated in the data type selection box as shown below. Never try to select an unsupported data type. Example: When a model that does not support storage of user scales is connected
Indicates a non-supported data type.

Data Folder

The data folder is the location on your PC that contains the data to be copied to Instrument memory using Data Manager. The initial default data folder is the CASIODataManagerData located inside the CASIO DataManager50 folder (page 6). Always make sure that any data you plan to copy to Instrument memory is located in the current data folder. Note, however, that any data stored in a folder inside the current data folder will not be available for copying.
To change the data folder
1. On the operating window menu bar, click File 3 Preference.
2. Click the [Browse.] button.

3. Select the folder (and drive if necessary) that you want to be the new data folder, and then click [OK]. This will close the dialog box.
If you want to close the dialog box without changing the data folder, click the [Cancel] button instead. Select a folder and drive whose path* contains only the characters shown in the table under step 4 on page 12. * Character string that indicates a location on a PC. The Data Folder path is shown on the Preference dialog box.
4. On the Preference dialog box that appeared in step 1 of this procedure, click the [OK] button to close the dialog box.
If you want to close the dialog box without changing the data folder, click the [Cancel] button instead.
Saving Instrument Data to a PC
Use the procedure below to save user data* from Instrument memory to your PC. * Sampled sounds and recorded songs. See the users guide that comes with the Instrument for details.
1. On the Data Manager operation window, use the data type selection box to select the type of data you want to save.
Note that user songs (songs added to the Song Bank) cannot be saved to a PC. Never try to select user songs as the data type here.
2. Use the Instrument data list to select data you want to save.
Select only one data item. Data items can be saved one-by-one only.
3. On the Data Manager operation window, click the save (
This causes the File Name: dialog box to appear.

) button.

4. Enter the file name to assign to the data when it is stored on your PC.
The following characters are supported for input in a file name.

0 a k u E O Y {

b c l m v w F G P Q Z S } @

3 d n x H R & ~

4 e o y I S _ `

5 f p z J T '

6 g q A K U (
9 h i j r s t B C D L M N V W X ) - ^
Use only the characters shown above. Inputting any character other than those above will result in malfunction of the saved data (file) when it is copied to Instrument memory.
5. Select the location (folder and/or drive) on your PC where you want to save the data.
Select a folder and drive whose path* contains only the characters shown in the table under step 4, above. * Character string that indicates a location on a PC.
6. On the File Name: dialog box, click the save ( PC.
) button to start save of the data to your

Do not operate the Instrument or disconnect the USB cable while data save is in progress. Doing so can corrupt data stored on your PC. Do not operate the Instrument while the File Name: dialog box is displayed.
Refer to page 15 if an error (ERROR) occurs during this operation.
Copying PC Data to the Instrument
Use the procedure below to copy data (file)*1 stored on your PC to the user area*2 in Instrument memory. *1 : Instrument user data that has been saved to the PC for storage, standard MIDI file (SMF), etc. See the users guide that comes with the Instrument for details. *2 : Sampled sound, user song, or other numbered location in Instrument memory for storage of user data. See the users guide that comes with the Instrument for details.
1. Move the data you want to copy to Instrument memory to the data folder (page 11).
Use only the characters shown in the table under step 4 on page 12 for a data file name.
2. On the Data Manager operation window, use the data type selection box to select the type of data you want to copy. 3. On the Data Manager operation window, click the data you want to copy.
Select only one data item. Data items can be copied one-by-one only. Never try to select any data whose name is dimmed in the PC data file list. Such data cannot be copied because it is corrupted, etc.
4. On the Instrument data list, click the user area in Instrument memory you want to use as the copy destination.
Never try to select a user area if it has a P mark (page 9), which indicates it is protected. Either unprotect the user area or select a different one.
5. On the Data Manager operation window, click the copy (
This starts data copy to the Instrument.
The confirmation dialog box shown below will appear if the copy destination user area already contains data. Note that if you overwrite existing data, it will be deleted and cannot be recovered. If you want to overwrite the existing data with the new data, click the [OK] button.
Do not operate the Instrument or disconnect the USB cable while data copy is in progress. Doing so can corrupt data stored on the Instrument.
If you advance to step 5 in the above procedure without selecting a user area in step 4, the lowest numbered user area will be selected automatically as the copy destination. Refer to page 15 if an error (ERROR) occurs during this operation.

Deleting Instrument Data

Use the following procedure to use Data Manager to delete user data in Instrument memory.
1. On the Data Manager operation window, use the data type selection box to select the type of data you want to delete.

Note that only the data shown below can be deleted. Never try to select any other type of data for deletion. USER RHYTHM USER SONG RECORDED SONG RECORDED SONG (PLAY-ALONG) SAMPLED SOUND (MELODY) SAMPLED SOUND (DRUM)
2. Use the Instrument data list to select data you want to delete.
You can select multiple data items, if you want. Never try to select a user area if it has a P mark (page 9), which indicates it is protected. Such areas are protected against deletion.
3. On the operation window Instrument toolbar, click the [Delete] button.
This will delete the selected data from Instrument memory. Note that once data is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Double-check the data you have selected for deletion before clicking the [Delete] button.
Do not operate the Instrument or disconnect the USB cable while data deletion is in progress. Doing so can corrupt data stored on the Instrument.

Error Messages

The following table tells you what you need to do whenever the ERROR dialog box appears. Corrective action depends on the error text in the dialog box. Example: Already Started error

Message

Message Already Started Cant create Data Folder: *******
Cause You are trying to start up Data Manager while it is already running. The data folder cannot be created in the location specified by *******. A file cannot be created for data storage at the location you specified on your PC.
Required Action Use the instance of Data Manager that is already running. Make sure the DataManager.exe file is in a location on your PC where new folder creation is enabled (page 7). Check if the location you specified is writedisabled. If it is, change it to write-enabled or select a different location. Check the specified path to make sure it contains only the allowed characters (page 12 step 5).
Cant create the File: *******
Cant open the File: ******* Disk Full
The file you selected (named *******) cannot be opened. The location on your PC where you are trying to save data is full.
Check if the file is being used by another application. If it is, exit the other application. Delete some of the data at the location to make room for new data. Select a different location on your PC to save the data.

Memory Full

1. Remaining available Instrument memory is low.

1. Delete some or all user data from memory to make room for new data. If Shared Memory Capacity is displayed in the memory capacity bar (page 8) when this message appears, try deleting some no longer needed sampled sounds, user songs, or user rhythms. If Recorder Memory Capacity is displayed in the memory capacity bar (page 8) when this message appears, delete some songs recorded with the Instrument.
2. The song data you are trying to copy is larger than the maximum capacity of Instrument memory.
2. Reduce the size of the data being copied to Instrument memory to the maximum allowable size for song data: Approximately 320 kb.

Message No Data

Cause 1. You are attempting to save data to your PC while a user area that does not contain any data is selected on the Instrument. 2. You are attempting to copy data to the Instrument while a file that does not contain any data (Size: 0) is selected on your PC.
Required Action 1. Select a user area that contains data.
2. Select a different file. Files of size 0 cannot be copied to the Instrument.

No Response

Data copy and save are not possible for some reason.
Check to make sure that the Instrument and PC are connected correctly. See the users guide that comes with the Instrument for details about connection. See step 1 under To start up Data Manager on page 7. If the Instrument is connected to your PC via a USB hub, connect directly without going through the hub.

No Selected Data

You are attempting to save data to your PC while there is no Instrument data selected. You are attempting to copy data to Instrument memory while there is no data (file) selected on your PC. The PC data file list (6) on the Data Manager operation window is not refreshed with the newest information. A setup file (page 7) cannot be created or written to the disk for some reason. You are trying to copy data to an Instrument user area that is protected.
Select some data (page 12).

No Selected File

Select data (a file) (page 13).

Reload And Try Again

On the Data Manger operation window, click the [Reload] button on the PC toolbar (page 8) and then try again. Correct the problem (enable writing, increase capacity, etc.) so a setup file can be created or written in the same location as DataManager.exe (page 7). Unprotect the user area. See the users guide that comes with the Instrument for details. Select a different (unprotected) user area.

 

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