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    SUZUKI Pianos

    HP-275e HP-175e COMPOSER ENSEMBLE

    OWNERS MANUAL

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    WELCOME!We would like to express our appreciation and congratulate you for purchasing this Suzukicomposer ensemble piano. This piano has been designed to provide you with years of musicalenjoyment. State of the art electronics are combined with an elegant cabinet that will add beautyand sophistication to any home environment. Some of the features your new piano is equippedwith include:

    w hammer action piano for an authentic acoustic piano feelw 128 true binaural stereo sampled voices for ultra authentic acoustic soundw 64 note polyphonyw a dynamic 8 speaker concert hall sound delivery system with EQ controlsw LCD display screen for user friendly controlsw built-in play along songs for your learning and enjoymentw easy 5 track recording capabilitiesw karaoke display and floppy disk drive (HP-275e only)w complete MIDI controls

    You will find many more features and functions listed within this owners manual. In order to fullyappreciate all the unique features of this digital piano, please take a few minutes to read thefollowing pages of instruction. We will cover general precautions, assembly, the function ofeach control button, and warranty information.

    Thank you and congratulations again, for choosing this composer ensemble piano from theSuzuki Corporations piano product line of portable pianos, home digital pianos, home com-poser ensebles pianos, elegant digital grand ensembles, and the acoustic upright and grandpiano models.

    SUZUKI

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    GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

    CAUTIONRISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

    DO NOT OPEN

    CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACKNO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

    REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL

    INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY:

    The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to thepresence of uninsulated or dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magni-tude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

    The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of importantoperation and maintenance or servicing instructions.

    1. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approvedby the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.

    2. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limit for a Class A digital device,pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection againstharmful interference when the equipment is operated in a noncommercial environment. This equipmentgenerates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with theinstruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment ina residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct theinterference at his own expense.

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    TAKING CARE OF YOUR DIGITAL PIANOThis Suzuki digital piano will supply you with years of musical enjoyment if you follow the simplerules listed below.

    SERVICE AND MODIFICATIONThis product should be serviced by qualified

    service personnel when,w the power supply cord or the plug has been

    damaged,w liquid has been spattered into the unit or it

    has been exposed to rain,w the instrument does not appear to operate

    normally or exhibits a marked change inperformance orw the instrument has been dropped or the

    cabinet has been damaged.w Do not attempt to open the piano or make

    any change in the circuits or parts of theunit.

    HANDLING AND TRANSPORTw Never apply excessive force to the controls,

    connectors or other parts of the instrument.w Always unplug cables by gripping the plug

    firmly, not by pulling on the cable.w Disconnect all cables before moving the

    instrument.w Physical shocks caused by dropping,

    bumping, or placing heavy objects on theinstrument can result in scratches and/ormore serious damage.w Carefully check the amplifier volume control

    before starting to play. Excessive volumecan cause permanent hearing loss.

    CLEANINGw Clean the cabinet and panel with a soft dry

    cloth. A wax based polish may be used onthe cabinet, although rubbing with a softcloth will usually suffice. Do not use paintthinner or petrochemical based polishes.w To maintain the luster of the keys and but-

    tons wipe with a clean, slightly damp cloth,and then polish with a soft dry cloth.

    LOCATIONDo not expose the instrument to the followingconditions to avoid deformation,

    discoloration, or more serious damage,w direct sunlight (near a window),w high temperatures (near a heat source,

    outside, or in a car during the daytime),w excessive humidity,w excessive dust orw strong vibration.w Leave enough space around the piano for it

    to be properly ventilated.w This instrument contains digital circuitry and

    may cause interference if placed too closeto radio or television receivers. If interfer-ence occurs, move the instrument furtheraway from the affected equipment.w Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of the

    instrument, vinyl can stick to and discolorthe surface.

    POWERw Turn the power switch off when the instru-

    ment is not in use.w To avoid damage to the instrument and

    other devices to which it is connected, turnthe power switches of all related devices offprior to connection or disconnection of MIDIcables.w Turn the power off if the main cable is

    damaged or the instrument is spatteredwith liquid.w Do not switch the unit on and off in quick

    succession, this places an undue load onthe electronic components.w Unplug the AC power cord during an electri-

    cal storm.w Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into the

    same AC outlet as appliances with highpower consumption, such as electric heat-ers or ovens.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    EASY SET UP AND QUICK PLAY .............. 7ASSEMBLY .................................................. 8CONNECTOR PANELS ........................... 12PANEL CONTROLS .................................. 13DISK DRIVE .............................................. 24PEDALS .................................................... 25DISPLAY SCREEN .................................... 26DEMO ........................................................ 27PIANO VOICES .......................................... 28

    Assigning a Mode .................................... 28Voice Selection ........................................ 29Quick Select ............................................. 31

    RHYTHM SECTION ................................... 33Rhythm Style Select .................................. 33Quick Select ............................................. 34Starting and Stopping the Rhythm Style .... 36Fill-In ........................................................ 37Fill to Variation.......................................... 37Fade ........................................................ 37Adjusting the Tempo ................................. 38One Touch ................................................ 38

    AUTO ACCOMP. (AUTO BASE CHORD) .. 39One Finger ............................................... 41Fingered .................................................. 42Piano ....................................................... 43Manual Bass Chord .................................. 43Starting and Stopping the Auto Accomp. .. 44Fill-In ........................................................ 45Fill to Variation.......................................... 45Fade ........................................................ 45

    SETUP ....................................................... 46Performance

    Velocity ............................................... 47Split Point ........................................... 47Transpose ........................................... 48Screen Hold ........................................ 48Tune .................................................... 49Fixed Level ......................................... 49Fade Time .......................................... 50Octave Shift ........................................ 50

    SETUP continuedHarmony................................................... 51Key Mode

    Manual Bass ....................................... 52Lower Hold ......................................... 52

    Sustain ..................................................... 53Reverb ..................................................... 54Chord (Auto Accompaniment Fingering) ... 56Effects ...................................................... 57Pedal Assign ............................................ 59Percussion (Drum Kit Assign) ................... 60Metronome ............................................... 61

    REGISTRATION MEMORY ........................ 62RECORD ................................................... 63

    Recording ................................................ 65Playback .................................................. 66Mark ......................................................... 67

    LESSON .................................................... 68Song Select ............................................. 68Using the Lesson Feature ......................... 69

    DISK (HP-275e Only) .................................. 71Load Song ............................................... 72Save Song ............................................... 73Utility

    Format ................................................ 74Copy ................................................... 74Delete ................................................. 75Rename .............................................. 75

    Play Disk .................................................. 76MIDI ........................................................... 77MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART .............. 80VOICE LIST ............................................... 81STYLE LIST ............................................... 82DRUM KIT LIST 1 ...................................... 83DRUM KIT LIST 2 ...................................... 84SPECIFICATIONS ..................................... 85WARRANTY ............................................... 86

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    EASY SET UP AND QUICK PLAYEASY SET UP AND QUICK PLAY IN FOUR SIMPLE STEPS

    1 2

    3 4

    CHECK THEPACKAGE

    CONTENTSASSEMBLE THE

    PIANO STAND

    PLACE THE PIANOON THE STAND,

    ATTACH THE CABLESAND PLUG IN

    TURN THE POWERSWITCH ON,

    ADJUST THEVOLUME AND

    BEGIN TO PLAY

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    ASSEMBLY

    ASSEMBLE THE PIANO STANDPlease note, do all your final tightening only after the assembly has

    been completed.

    1. Align each piano foot to the side of the piano pedal standassembly by inserting the stub on the foot into the corre-sponding hole in the piano stand.

    2. Insert the foot bolts up through the holes in the foot and into thestand, tighten.

    ITEM QTY 1. PIANO ......................................................... 1 2. PEDAL STAND ASSEMBLY........................ 1 3. RIGHT FOOT ............................................... 1 4. LEFT FOOT ................................................. 1 5. FOOT BOLTS .............................................. 4 6. PLASTIC SCREW COVERS ....................... 8 7. METAL PIANO SUPPORT RODS ................ 4 8. SUPPORT RODS SCREWS ....................... 411. CABLES...................................................... 212. AC POWER CORD ..................................... 1

    CHECK THE PACKAGE CONTENTS - Please make sure yourpackage contains the following items prior to assembly.1

    2ASSEMBLETHE PIANO

    STAND

    CHECK THEPACKAGE

    CONTENTS

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    ASSEMBLYPLACE THE PIANO ON THE STAND, ATTACH THE CABLES

    AND PLUG IN1. Place the four metal piano support rods into the stand. Insert

    the support rod screws into the stand and tighten securely.Put the plastic screw covers into the holes in the piano standlegs.

    3PLACE THE

    PIANOON THE STAND,

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    ASSEMBLY2. Plug the pedal cable into its receptacle on the back of the

    piano. Plug the AC power cord into the AC IN jack, locatedon the back of the piano.

    AUX IN AUX OUT 1 AUX OUT 2

    R L R L R L

    HP-275e SUZUKI

    3ATTACH THE

    CABLESAND PLUG IN

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    1. TURN THE POWER SWITCH ON - Turn on the power switchlocated on the left side of the piano. The display will wel-come you and set the instrument voice to Grand Pianoautomatically.

    2. SET THE VOLUME TO THE DESIRED SETTING - Adjustthe volume control to a comfortable level by turning the Mas-ter Volume control left, for softer sound or right, for loudersound.

    3. BEGIN TO PLAY!

    MASTER VOLUMEMIN MAX

    Please note, to open the piano key cover gently lift up and then push inwards.

    SUZUKI

    SUZUKI

    ASSEMBLY

    4 TURN THE POWERSWITCH ON, ADJUST THEVOLUME AND

    BEGIN TO PLAY

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    CONNECTOR PANELS

    1. MIDI OUT / MIDI IN / MIDI THRU - This piano contains MIDIin, MIDI thru and MIDI output ports. MIDI jacks allow commu-nication with other products equipped with MIDI interfaces.Please see the MIDI section of this manual for further details.

    2. AUX IN - This stereo audio input jack will amplify the suppliedsignal through the internal sound delivery system.

    AUX OUT - This audio output jack supplies the pianos outputsignal to external amplification.

    3. AUX OUT 1 / AUX OUT 2 - These jacks are used to connectthe pedal stand assembly to the piano. Please see theAssembly section of this manual for more information.

    4. A/C RECEPTACLE JACK - Plug the supplied A/C cord intothis A/C Receptacle Jack

    5. PHONE 1 / PHONE 2 - You can play in total silence, withoutdisturbing others in the room, by plugging a set of head-phones into one of the appropriate sockets located on the leftside of the piano. When headphones are plugged into eitherof these jacks the main speaker system is turned off. Twosets of headphones may be used.

    These connector jacks are located on the back of the piano.

    MIDI

    THRU OUT IN

    1

    4

    5

    These headphone jacks are located directly under the piano on the left side of the piano.

    AUX IN AUX OUT 1 AUX OUT 2

    R L R L

    2 3

    AUX OUT

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    PANEL CONTROLS

    This Suzuki pianos control panel is simple and elegant. The following is a brief description ofall the features located on the control panel.

    POWER SWITCH - The power switch is located to the left of thekeys. Press the button to turn the power on and off. There isan indicator on the left front piano portion of the piano that willlight when the power is turned on.

    Please note, when you turn the power off, do not turn it backon immediately. Wait at least five seconds to turn the powerback on so that the circuit can properly reset.

    1. MASTER VOLUME - Turn this knob to the right to increasethe overall volume of the piano, and to the left to decrease thevolume.

    2. BASS - Slide this controller to adjust the bass level. The mid-point is notched. At this mid-point all EQ controls are flat.

    3. TREBLE - Slide this controller to adjust the treble level. Themid-point is notched. At this mid-point all EQ controls areflat.

    4. MIC (MICROPHONE) VOLUME - Slide this controller toadjust the volume of the microphone input jack for the op-tional microphone. Please see the Connector Panels sec-tion of this manual for more information.

    5. MIC (MICROPHONE) ECHO - Slide this controller to adjustthe echo or reverb effect on the microphone input jack for theoptional microphone.

    6. BALANCE - This sliding control will adjust the piano volume in

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    Composer En-sembleHP-275e

    GENERAL

    BASS TREBLE MICVOLUMEMIC

    ECHO BALANCE

    MAX

    ACCMP

    KYBD

    MASTER VOLUMEMIN MAX

    5

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    conjunction with the accompaniment volume. Slide thecontroller up to increase the accompaniment volume anddecrease the piano voice, slide the controller down to in-crease the piano voice and decrease the accompanimentvolume.

    7. DEMO (DEMONSTRATION) - Press the DEMO button. Thefirst demo song will play back instantly. This piano hasthirteen different demonstration songs designed to showcasethe instruments capabilities. Please see the Demo sectionof this manual for more information.

    There are also over 50 songs built into this piano to be usedas reference for the Lesson exercises that can also beenjoyed. Please see the Lesson section of this manual formore information.

    8. SET UP - The SET UP button is used to activate the set upmenu screen. The majority of this pianos features and func-tions can be accessed and adjusted from the set up screenmenu selections. Please see the Setup section of thismanual for more information.

    9. TEMPO - Press one of the TEMPO buttons, the current tempo

    7

    8

    MICECHO BALANCE

    MAX

    ACCMP

    KYBD

    DEMO

    SET UPRHYTHM CONTROL

    FADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOPINTRO / END

    TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP

    SYNCH

    6

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    value will appear on the display. You can use the TEMPO +,TEMPO buttons, or the +/ VALUE buttons to change thetempo value range from 40 to 240 bpm (beats per minute).

    Press the TEMPO or + TEMPO buttons or the +/ VALUEbuttons simultaneously to recall the default tempo setting forthe selected rhythm style.

    LED Rhythm light bar display - There is a four-dot beatindicator to the left of the tempo buttons. It indicates thetempo and beat for the accompaniment that is playing. Thelights flash simultaneously on the first beat of each measure,then the indicators flash individually in sequence on theremaining beats.

    10. ONE TOUCH - The ONE TOUCH button will automaticallyselect predetermined optimum piano settings for the se-lected rhythm style. The voice, voice volume, the fingeredaccompaniment chord, mode, harmony and effects willautomatically be engaged or altered when one touch isselected.

    11. ACCOMP (ACCOMPANIMENT) - Each of the rhythm styleshave an auto accompaniment mode, often called the autobass chord. These accompaniments are dedicated to theselected rhythm style, and will create fully orchestratedrhythm, bass and chord accompaniments, based on thechord that you play with your left hand.

    The ACCOMP button activates the chord select screen. Withthe accompaniment function engaged, the keys to the lleftside of the split point act as the auto accompaniment pianokeys, while the keys to the right are available for normalplaying. The auto accompaniment fingering modes aresingle, fingered and piano. Please see the Auto Accompani-ment section of this manual for more information.

    12. SYNC (SYNCHRONIZED START) - Synchronized Startmode engages the auto accompaniment standby. Press the

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    RHYTHM CONTROLFADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOPINTRO / END

    TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP

    SYNCH

    MICECHO BALANCE

    MAX

    ACCMP

    KYBD

    9

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    SYNC button and the indicator lights beside the tempobuttons will flash to the beat of the selected rhythm style. Therhythm style will start as soon as you play in the auto accom-paniment section of the piano.

    The auto accompaniment will start with the first recognizedchord played in the auto accompaniment section of thepiano, depending on which fingering mode is selected.

    13. INTRO/END (INTRODUCTION/ENDING PATTERN) - All ofthe 50 rhythm styles can be started with an appropriateintroduction. As soon as you press this button, the rhythm ofthe introduction will start followed by the main pattern.

    Each style also has an ending pattern. The accompaniment can be ended with this pattern from the

    next measure by pressing the INTRO/ENDING button whilethe accompaniment is playing.

    You can insert a fill-in during the ending to stop the ending andreturn to the main pattern.

    14. START/STOP - This button starts and stops the selectedrhythm style and/or the engaged auto accompanimentpattern.

    This button will also start and stop a variety of features andfunctions throughout this piano.

    15. FILL IN - This function provides the accompaniment with ashort rhythm pattern of one or two measures for each style.

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    RHYTHM CONTROLFADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOPINTRO / END

    TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP

    SYNCH

    R & B BIG BAND

    POPACOUSTIC

    RHYTHM STYLES

    SWING

    OLDIES

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    Press the FILL IN button at any time while the accompani-ment is playing.

    If you hold down the FILL IN button, the fill-in pattern will repeatuntil the button is released, then the main pattern will playfrom the beginning of the next measure.

    16. FILL TO VAR (VARIATION) - All of the 50 rhythm styles in-clude a variation of that style that can be played simply byengaging the FILL TO VAR button. If variation iis selectedthe engaged rhythm style will proceed to the variation rhythmpattern.

    17. FADE - The FADE button allows the engaged rhythm style tofade in to full volume and fade out to the conclusion. Whenthe fade out has finished the LED will flash while the previ-ously set volume levels are being restored.

    Pressing the FADE button after it has already been engagedwill switch the fade feature off.

    The fade in and fade out time is assignable in the setup menuscreen performance.

    18. QUICK SELECT RHYTHM STYLES - There are ten stylesthat can be selected quickly by pressing one of the ten quickselect RHYTHM STYLE buttons. The style name is printedabove the style select button. The style name and its numberwill be shown on the display.

    Press the RHYTHM STYLE button again to engage a rhythmselect screen. Each button accesses related styles in one ortwo groups.

    Please see the Rhythm section of this manual for moreinformation.

    19. CURSOR - The CURSOR button group allows you to accessand highlight different areas within the display screen, espe-

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    FADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOP

    TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP R & B BIG BAND SWING S. BALLAD RHUMBA

    LATINROCKOLDIESPOPACOUSTIC

    RHYTHM STYLES

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    cially while in the Setup mode.ESCAPE - The ESCAPE button will return the current display

    screen to the previous screen. Continue pressing this button to return to the original default

    performance screen.

    20. SCREEN LEFT, SCREEN RIGHT - The SCREEN buttonsare used to access different pages within a display screen.If an indicator light is on, there is additional screen informa-tion available for the selected function. Use the SCREENLEFT or SCREEN RIGHT buttons to access the menu pagethat you want to view.

    21. VALUE - Use the VALUE + and - buttons to adjust levels onthe currently selected feature. These buttons auto repeatwhen they are held down.

    The default setting of the selected parameter can be recalledby pressing down both the VALUE + and - buttons at thesame time.

    22. ENTER - Use the enter button to select your highlighted func-tion or feature.

    23. VALUE WHEEL - Use the value wheel as an alternativemethod to change the value of the selected feature. Toincrease the value turn the wheel clockwise, to decrease thevalue turn the wheel counterclockwise.

    24. UPPER - This button is used to select the voice for the upper

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    LEFT RIGHT

    SCREEN

    +

    VALUE ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR 1923

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    mode and engages the selected voice for all 88 piano keys.Please see the Piano Voices section of this manual for moreinformation.

    25. LAYER - Engaging the LAYER button will put the piano in thelayer, or dual mode. Layer refers to an additional voice thatis tone mixed with the selected upper voice.

    Please see the Piano Voices section of this manual for moreinformation.

    26. LOWER - With the LOWER feature engaged the piano oper-ates in the split mode. In the split mode the piano is dividedinto two sections. In the right hand section the upper or thelayered voice will sound, and in the left hand section a differ-ent voice can be selected to sound when the keys areplayed. Please see the Piano Voices section for moreinformation.

    27. GRAND PIANO - This button will reset the piano to its default(power up) settings while engaging the Grand Piano voice forall 88 keys.

    28. REVERB - The reverb effect is engaged automatically whenthe power is turned on. Reverb simulates the effect of play-

    PANEL CONTROLS

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    26

    24

    EFFECTSLOWER

    LAYER REVERB

    GRAND PIANOUPPERSOUND GROUP

    REGISTRATION MEMORY

    PIANO VIBES ORGAN GUITAR BASS VIOLIN STRINGS

    STL.DRUMBANJOSYNTH FXSYNTHSYNTH LEADFLUTESAXOPHONE

    654321STORE

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    ing in a big room or hall where the sound reverberates off thewalls and ceiling. Press the REVERB button to turn off thereverb effect, its indicator LED will turn off.

    Reverb depth can be changed in the setup menu Reverb.Please see the Setup section for more information.

    29. EFFECTS - The EFFECTS button will add chorus, flanger ordelay effects to the selected instrument voice on the piano.

    There are eight DSP (Digital Signal Processing) effectsavailable.

    Use the setup menu Effects selection to change the effect.Please see the Setup section of this manual for moreinformation.

    30. (QUICK SELECT VOICE) SOUND GROUP - There aresixteen voices that can be selected quickly by pressing oneof the voice select buttons. The voice name and its numberwill be shown on the display. To see a voice menu press thesame voice button again. Each button accesses a group ofeight related voices in two groups for a total of 128 GMvoices. Please see the Piano Voices section of this manualfor more information.

    31. STORE - The STORE button engages the registrationmemory feature. Registration is used to save piano settingsof rhythm, voice, accompaniment, and other features you

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    EFFECTS

    REVERB

    GRAND PIANO TRUMPETSOUND GROUP

    SOUND FX

    REGISTRATION MEMORY

    PIANO VIBES ORGAN GUITAR BASS VIOLIN STRINGS

    STL.DRUMBANJOSYNTH FXSYNTHSYNTH LEADFLUTESAXOPHONE

    BANK654321STORE

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    have engaged. The piano has four banks each with sixregistrations for a total of 24 registration memories. Pleasesee the Registration Memory section of the manual for moreinformation.

    32. REGISTRATION NUMBER BUTTONS - Use the registrationnumber buttons 1-6 to save or recall a setting in the registra-tion memory.

    33. BANK - There are four registration banks, A, B, C and D.Press the BANK button to cycle through these banks. Pleasesee the Registration Memory section of this manual for moreinformation.

    34. ACCOMP (ACCOMPANIMENT) - The ACCOMP button isused to select the auto accompaniment track for recording orplayback.

    PANEL CONTROLS

    333231

    TRUMPETSOUND GROUP

    SOUND FX

    REGISTRATION MEMORY

    PIANO VIBES ORGAN GUITAR BASS VIOLIN STRINGS

    STL.DRUMBANJOSYNTH FXSYNTHSYNTH LEADFLUTESAXOPHONE

    BANK654321STORE

    ACCOMP

    PLAY/PAUSE

    COMPOSER

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    35. MEL (MELODY) 1-4 - There are four tracks for recordingmelody, which are assigned by the MELODY 1-4 buttons.

    36. RESET - The RESET button is used to erase a previouslyrecorded track.

    37. PLAY/PAUSE - Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to hearpreviously recorded tracks. Press the PLAY/PAUSE buttonagain to pause the recording or playback.

    38. STOP - Press the STOP button to stop the recording orplayback.

    39. RECORD - This contains a 5-track sequencer (recorder), thatallows the user to record their music performances. It canrecord all note events exactly as they are performed.

    When the RECORD button is pressed it puts the selectedtracks into the record standby mode.

    Recording begins as soon as you start to play on any sectionof the piano. Please see the Record section of the manualfor more information.

    40. BEG (BEGIN) MARK - Use this button to mark the beginningof a recorded passage. You can use this feature to isolatepart of a recording for listening or embellishment.

    41. END MARK - Use this button to mark the end of the recordedsection you wish to isolate.

    42. DISK - The DISK button toggles the disk menu screen on andoff. Please see the Disk section of this manual for moreinformation.

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    ACCOMP MEL. 1 MEL. 2 MEL. 3 MEL. 4 RESET

    MARKBEG. MARKRECORDSTOPPLAY/PAUSE SONGMIDI

    DISK METRONOMECOMPOSER

    35 36

    37 38 39 40 41

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    PANEL CONTROLS

    43. METRONOME - The METRONOME button toggles the metro-nome feature on and off and accesses the Metronome menu.The tempo can be increased or decreased using theTEMPO + and - buttons.

    Please see the Setup section of this manual for moreinformation.

    44. MIDI - MIDI is an abbreviation for Musical Instrument DigitalInterface. The MIDI features in this piano are capable ofcommunicating with and/or controlling other MIDI devices.Please see the MIDI section of this manual for moreinformation.

    45. SONG - Use the SONG button to access the music Lessonprogram and the Song Select screen. This music teacherfeature can be used as an aid to learn the more than 50songs built into this piano. The SONG button turns the musicteacher on and off. Please see the Lesson section of thismanual for more information.

    MEL. 2 MEL. 3 MEL. 4 RESET

    MARKBEG. MARKRECORD SONGMIDI

    DISK METRONOME

    42 43

    44 45

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    DISK DRIVE

    DISK DRIVE - The disk drive is located under the piano keys on theright hand side of the unit. It is used to drive a floppydiskette. Please see the Disk section of this manual formore information.

    SUZUKI

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    PEDALS1. SOFT PEDAL - When the left pedal is engaged the piano

    volume is reduced and the timbre slightly altered on the notesthat are played.

    2. FUNCTION PEDAL - This center pedal can be used to triggervarious events, such as start/stop. Pedal function is as-signed in the setup menu, Pedal Assign. Please see theSetup section of this manual for more information.

    3. SUSTAIN PEDAL - When the right pedal is engaged allvolumes of the keys as they are played will decay graduallyas if you were continuing to hold down the piano keys.

    PEDALS

    SUZUKI

    1 32

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    DISPLAY SCREEN

    LEFT RIGHT

    SCREEN

    +

    VALUE ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    This screen displays the various Setup menus and performancescreens.

    1. Use the CURSOR keys to select the portion of the screen thatyou wish to manipulate. The portion of the screen that isselected will be highlighted.

    2. The ESCAPE button in the middle of the cursor controls willreturn the current display screen to the previous screen.Continue pressing this button to return to the initial perfor-mance screen.

    3. The Left and Right SCREEN buttons will move the display toadditional pages within the selected menu. The indicator willbe lit if there is additional screen information available.

    4. Use the VALUE buttons to adjust the value on the selectedmenu item.

    5. Use the ENTER button to engage a highligted selection.6. The VALUE wheel can be used as an alternative to the VALUE

    buttons.

    The default performance screen shows:

    1

    2 3 4 5

    6

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand PianoThe instrumentvoice mode.

    Auto Accompaniment: Whenauto accompaniment isengaged, this area shows thechord that is playing.(NC = no chord)

    Registration: The currentbank (A) and registrationnumber (1).

    The current tempo.

    The currently selected voicenumber and name. Since thisarea is highlighted it is selectedand available for changes.

    The currently se-lected style numberand name.

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    DEMO

    SELECT AND PLAY A DEMO SONG -1. Press the DEMO button, the indicator will go on. The first

    demo song will playback instantly. This unit has thirteendemonstration songs.

    2. Press the DEMO button again to access the Demo SongSelect menu.

    3. Use the SCREEN RIGHT or SCREEN LEFT buttons to accessdifferent pages within the Demo Song Select menu.

    4. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the highlighted area to thesong you wish to hear.

    5. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection. Your se-lected song will playback instantly. The song will play repeat-edly until you press the START/STOP button to stop the song.

    6. Press the DEMO button again to exit the demonstration mode,the indicator will turn off.

    PLAYING THE DEMO SONGS - This piano has thirteen different demonstration songs that aredesigned to showcase the different sampled voices that are available. The display will show thesong name. All the songs will play back repeatedly until the demonstration is stopped.There are over 50 songs in the musical Lesson course that can also be played back as ademonstration. Please see the Lesson section of this manual for more information.

    DEMO

    DEMO

    Bossa Nueva

    Demo Song SelectBossa NuevaVibra Jazz

    Mozart PianoString Riot

    Demo Song SelectSamba TimeSpanish Vibe

    Bach F minorSymphonic

    Demo Song SelectSamba TimeSpanish Vibe

    Bach F minorSymphonic

    START / STOP

    LEFT RIGHT

    SCREEN

    ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    DEMO

    DEMO

    DEMO

    Bach F minor

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    PIANO VOICESASSIGNING A MODE - This piano has four different piano modes

    or playing channels.

    UPPER VOICE - Upper is use to select the upper or main voice ofthe piano. The upper mode engages the selected piano voice forall of the piano keys.

    LAYER (DUAL) VOICE - Layer, or dual, refers to an additionalvoice that is tone mixed with the selected piano voice. Theselected layer voice will be heard with the Upper voice when thelayer feature is engaged.

    LOWER VOICE - In the lower, or split, mode the piano is dividedinto two sections. In the right hand section the selected mainvoice, or the layer voice will sound. In the left hand section adifferent voice can be selected to sound when the keys areplayed.

    You can change the voice selection for each mode only when itis highlighted on the display screen. To highlight one of thepiano modes press the respective control panel button or usethe CURSOR buttons in conjunction with the VALUE + and -buttons or the VALUE wheel.

    PIANO PERCUSSION (DRUM) - The piano percussion moderefers to the percussion voices that can be played from eightdifferent drum kits, there is also a sound effects kit that canbe played while the piano is in this mode. When the percus-sion mode is engaged, the piano keys will only play percus-sive voices and not be available for normal play. The percus-sion mode and drum kits are selected in the setup menuPercussion. Please see the Setup section of this manualfor more information.

    ASSIGNING THE SPLIT POINT FOR VOICE - The piano is splitinto two sections at the split point. The default split point isthe G2 key for voice. A different voice split point can beassigned in the setup menu Performance. Please see theSetup section of this manual for more information.

    LOWER

    LAYER

    UPPER

    +

    VALUE

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

    SET UP

    SET UP

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    PIANO VOICESVOICE SELECTION - There are 128 GM (General MIDI) voices in

    16 groups available on this piano. There is a complete list ofall 128 voices in the back of the manual.

    1. Select a mode, UPPER, LAYER or LOWER, by pressing theircontrol panel buttons, or by highlighting the mode area usingthe CURSOR buttons and pressing the value buttons until themode you want has been selected.

    2. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the voice area.

    3. Use the VALUE + and - buttons or the VALUE wheel to cyclethrough the piano voice numbers and names until you reachthe voice that you would like to select. After pressing theenter button highlighted selection will be engaged.

    +

    VALUE

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    LOWER

    LAYER

    UPPER

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    28 : Clean Guitar

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    GRAND PIANO - This button will reset the piano to its default(power up) settings. The Grand Piano voice will be engagedfor all 88 keys.

    No matter what control, functions, features or modes that thepiano is in, it will be reset to strictly the basic operatingsystem of upper piano voice for all 88 piano keys.

    REVERB - The reverb effect is engaged automatically when thepower is turned on. Reverb simulates the effect of playing ina big room or hall where the sound reverberates off the wallsand ceiling. The reverb feature will toggle on and off bypressing the REVERB button. The reverb setting does notaffect the auto accompaniment. Reverb depth can bechanged in the setup menu Reverb. Please see the Setupsection for more information.

    EFFECTS - The EFFECTS button will add chorus, flanger or thedelay effect to the selected to the selected instrument voice(s). There are eight DSP (Digital Signal Processing) effectsavailable. Use the setup menu Effects to change the effect.Please see the Setup section of this manual for moreinformation.

    PIANO VOICES

    GRAND PIANO

    REVERB

    EFFECTS

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    TRUMPETSOUND GROUP

    SOUND FX

    PIANO VIBES ORGAN GUITAR BASS VIOLIN STRINGS

    STL.DRUMBANJOSYNTH FXSYNTHSYNTH LEADFLUTESAXOPHONE

    QUICK SELECT - There are 16 voices that can be selected quicklyby pressing one of the 16 quick select SOUND GROUPbuttons.

    1. Select the mode button, UPPER, LAYER or LOWER, for thevoice you want to change. The indicator will light and thescreen will show the selected mode with the current voicenumber and name highlighted.

    2. Press the SOUND GROUP button that corresponds to thedesired voice and its the LED will light up. The voice willinstantly be selected, the voice number and name will showon the display.

    LOWER

    LAYER

    UPPER

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    65 : Soprano Sax

    SAXOPHONE

    PIANO VOICES

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    PIANO VOICESSELECTING ONE OF THE 128 VOICES1. Press a quick select SOUND GROUP button twice, to engage

    a voice selection menu on the display screen. Each button isassigned eight related voices in two groups of four.

    2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT, SCREEN LEFT buttons to pagethrough the voice groups.

    3. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the highlighted area to thevoice you would like to select.

    4. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection. The dis-play will revert to the performance screen showing the newvoice.

    Reed Group ASoprano Sax

    Tenor SaxAlto Sax

    Baritone Sax

    Reed Group BOboe

    BassoonEnglish Horn

    Clarinet

    Reed Group BOboe

    BassoonEnglish Horn

    Clarinet

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    70 : English Horn

    LEFT RIGHT

    SCREEN

    ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    SAXOPHONE

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    RHYTHM SECTIONRHYTHM STYLE SELECTION - This piano offers 50 rhythm styles and a variation of eachstyle pattern to choose from. There is a complete list of all 50 styles in the back of the manual.

    RHYTHM STYLE SELECTION - There are 50 rhythm styles in tengroups available on this piano. There is a complete list of allrhythm styles in the back of the manual.

    1. Highlight the style name area using the CURSOR buttons.

    2. Use the VALUE + and - buttons or the VALUE wheel to cyclethrough the piano rhythm style numbers and names until youreach the rhythm style that you would like to select. The namethat is displayed is the currently selected rhythm style.

    ASSIGNING THE SPLIT - The piano is split into two sections at thesplit point. The default split point is the G2 key for autoaccompaniment. A different split point can be assigned inthe setup menu Performance. Please see the Setup sec-tion of this manual for more information.

    +

    VALUE

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

    SET UP

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC22 : Rhumba

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

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    RHYTHM SECTION

    QUICK SELECT - There are ten rhythm styles that can be selectedquickly by pressing one of the ten quick select RHYTHMSTYLES buttons.

    1. Press the RHYTHM STYLES button that corresponds to thedesired rhythm style, the indicator will light up. The rhythmstyle will instantly be selected, the rhythm style number andname will show on the display.

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC5 : Big Band

    A1 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

    R & B BIG BAND SWING S. BALLAD RHUMBA

    LATINROCKOLDIESPOPACOUSTIC

    RHYTHM STYLES

    BIG BAND

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    SELECTING ONE OF THE 50 RHYTHM STYLES1. Press a quick select RHYTHM STYLES button twice, to en-

    gage a rhythm style selection menu on the display screen.Each button is assigned four to six related rhythm styles.

    2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT, SCREEN LEFT buttons to pagethrough the rhythm style groups.

    3. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the highlighted area to therhythm style you would like to select.

    4. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection. The dis-play will revert to the performance screen showing the newrhythm style.

    Swing Group ASwingJazz 1

    Swing BandJazz 2

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC14 : Blues 2

    A1 / = 100

    70 : English Horn

    LEFT RIGHT

    SCREEN

    ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    RHYTHM SECTION

    SWING

    Swing Group BBlues 1 Blues 2

    Swing Group BBlues 1 Blues 2

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    SYNCHRONIZED START - Synchronized Start mode engages theauto accompaniment mode to standby.

    Press the SYNC button, the beat indicator dots beside theTEMPO buttons will blink at the current tempo, showing thatthe synchronized start mode is ready. The rhythm style willstart as soon as you play in the auto accompaniment sectionof the piano.

    You may add an introduction by pressing the INTRO/ENDING button after pressing the SYNCH STARTbutton.

    Press the START/STOP or the SYNCH button to stop theaccompaniment. If the SYNCH button is used, the synchro-nized start mode will be on standby. Use the INTRO/ENDINGbutton to finsih with an ending pattern.

    STARTING WITH AN INTRODUCTION - All of the 50 styles canbe started with an appropriate introduction.

    Press the INTRO/ENDING button, the rhythm of the intro-duction will start followed by the selected pattern. Press theSTART/STOP button to stop the accompaniment or press theINTRO/ENDING button again to stop with an ending pattern.

    Please note, if you want the selected rhythm style to be en-gaged again after the ending pattern has been played, pressa FILL-IN button while the ending pattern is engaged.

    STRAIGHT START - The START/STOP button starts the selectedrhythm style immediately with the percussive rhythm. Pressthe START/STOP button again to stop the rhythm style.

    FILL - IN - The fill feature will insert a short rhythmic pattern of one totwo measures in length, depending on the rhythm styleselected. There are two distinct fill patterns, Fill-in and Fill to

    RHYTHM SECTIONSTARTING AND STOPPING THE RHYTHM STYLE - There are several ways to start andstop the rhythm style.

    RHYTHM CONTROLFADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOPINTRO / ENDSYNCH

    START / STOP

    INTRO / END

    SYNCH

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    RHYTHM SECTION

    Variation. When the FILL-IN button is selected, after the fillthe rhythm style will return to the main pattern. Holding downthe FILL-IN button will extend the fill indefinitely. Pressing theFILL-IN button will start the rhythm style with a fill-in pattern.

    FILL TO VAR (VARIATION) - The main pattern of the rhythm style isplayed in a loop. There is a main pattern and a variation forall style.

    To select the variation of the main style, press the FILL TOVAR button. The indicator will light up.

    The FILL TO VAR button functions the same as the FILL INbutton but instead the variation pattern will be engaged.

    FADE - The fade feature allow the user to fade in or fade out of theselected rhythm style or auto accompaniment. The fade timecan be set for your playing style.

    Please see the Setup section of this manual for moreinformation.

    To fade in, press the FADE button, its indicator light will turnon. When you engage the selected rhythm style the selectedpattern will fade in until full volume is reached and then theindicator will turn off.

    To fade out, press the FADE button at any time during yourmusical performance. The indicator will turn on and theselected pattern will fade out until there is no volume and thenthe indicator will turn off. When the fade out has finished theLED will flash while the previously set volume levels arebeing restored.

    Pressing the FADE button after it has already been engagedwill switch the fade feature off.

    RHYTHM CONTROLFADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOPINTRO / ENDSYNCH

    FADE

    FILL TO VAR

    FILL IN

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    ADJUSTING THE TEMPO - There is a four-beat indicator next tothe TEMPO buttons that indicate the tempo and the beat ofthe selected rhythm style. Each style has its own presettempo. The tempo can be adjusted by pressing either of theTempo + or - buttons.

    Each rhythm style has its own preset Rhythm tempo. If you change the rhythm style during play, the tempo will keep

    its current value. However if you press the /+ TEMPObuttons simultaneously it will set the tempo to the currentrhythm styles default value.

    Note: The tempo can also be adjusted from the performancescreen.

    1. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the tempo area OR2. Use the VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel to adjust the

    tempo from 40 to 250 bpm (beats per minute).

    ONE TOUCH - Press the ONE TOUCH button to engage the onetouch feature, the indicator will turn on. When the one touchfeature is engaged it will automatically change the voice thevoice settings and effects, and some accompaniment effectsto a predetermined optimum setting, corresponding to theselected rhythm style.

    Any change in the rhythm style will change the one touch set-tings automatically when the one touch feature is engaged.

    RHYTHM SECTION

    TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    +

    VALUE

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A1 / = 120

    1 : Grand Piano

    ONE TOUCH

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    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT (AUTO BASS CHORD) - All 50 rhythmstyles have their own auto accompaniment, dedicated to thatrhythm style. These auto accompaniments create fully or-chestrated rhythm, bass and chord progressions based onthe chords that you play with your left hand. The selectedrhythm style determines the characteristics of the autoaccompaniment. The auto accompaniment section of thepiano is assigned by the split point. The keys on the left ofthe split point are reserved for the auto accompaniment. Thekeys to the right are available for normal playing.

    Please note, when the auto accompaniment is engaged theperformance display screen will show the engaged chordtype in the bottom left of the screen.

    1. Press the ACCOMP button, the indicator will light showing theauto accompaniment has been engaged. The displayscreen will show the accompaniment Chord menu.

    Note: this menu is also accessible from the SETUP buttonscreen menus.

    2. Use the cursor to move the highlighted area to the chordfingering mode that you want, One Finger, Fingered orPiano. The Fingered mode is the default mode.

    3. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.

    TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP

    ACCOMP : FingeredOne FingerPiano Mode

    Fingered

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    ACCOMP : FingeredOne FingerPiano Mode

    Fingered

    ENTER

    ACCOMP

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    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    AUTO BASS CHORD FINGERING - This piano has three autoaccompaniment fingering modes, one finger, fingered, andpiano.

    1. Press the ACCOMP button so the indicator light turns on.

    2. Select the fingering mode that you want from the Chord menu.Please see the previous page for more information.

    3. Press the START/STOP to start the rhythm style. Press the Sync button to start the accompaniment when you

    play a chord. Or press the INTRO/ENDING button to start with an

    introduction. Depending on the mode, you can play chords in the auto

    accompaniment section of the piano as described later inthis section.

    4. Press the START/STOP or the SYNCH buttons to stop theaccompaniment, or press the INTRO/ENDING button to stopwith an ending.

    RHYTHM CONTROLFADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOPINTRO / END

    TEMPO + ONE TOUCH ACCOMP

    SYNCH

    ACCOMP

    ACCOMP : FingeredOne FingerPiano Mode

    Fingered

    START / STOP

    INTRO / END

    SYNCH

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    ONE FINGER MODE - Single fingering mode, or intelligent chordmode, makes it simple to produce four types of orchestratedaccompaniment chords using a minimum of fingers, (one,two, or three fingers at the most), while playing in the autoaccompaniment section of the piano. In this mode, keys inthe auto accompaniment section of the piano are used toproduce major, seventh, minor, and minor-seventh chords.The auto accompaniment will start with the percussive rhythmas soon as a recognized chord is played. The accompani-ment produced is perfectly matched to the selected rhythmstyle. The one finger chord mode plays the nearest chord tothe pressed key(s), when you press any key in the auto ac-companiment section of the piano, to the left of the split point.

    Major Chord: Press any key in the auto accompanimentsection of the piano. The key you press determines the rootnote of the major chord.

    Minor Chord: Press the root key and the third piano key to itsright (minor 3rd key) in the auto accompaniment section of thepiano simultaneously.

    Seventh Chord: Press the root key and the piano key to itsimmediate left (7th key) in the auto accompaniment section ofthe piano simultaneously.

    Minor-Seventh Chord: Press the root key and both thesecond piano key to its left (7th key) and the third piano key toits right (minor 3rd key) in the auto accompaniment section ofthe piano simultaneously.

    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    ACCOMP : One FingerOne FingerPiano Mode

    Fingered

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    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    FINGERING GUIDEChord Mark FingeringMajor M 1-3-5Major sixth M6 1-3-5-6Major seventh M7 1-3-(5)-7Major seventh sharp eleventh M7 #11 1-(2)-3-#4-(5)-7Major add ninth M 9 1-2-3-5Major seventh add ninth M7 9 1-2-3-(5)-7Major sixth add ninth M6 9 1-2-3-(5)-6Augmented Aug 1-3-#5Minor m 1-b3-5Minor sixth m6 1-b3-5-6Minor seventh m7 1-b3-(5)-b7Minor seventh flatten fifth m7b5 1-b3-b5-b7Minor add ninth m 9 1-2-b3-5Minor seventh add ninth m7 9 1-2-b3-(5)-b7Minor seventh add eleventh m7 11 1-(2)-b3-4-5-(b7)Minor major seventh mM7 1-b3-(5)-7Minor major seventh add ninth mM7 9 1-2-b3-(5)-7Diminished Dim 1-b3-b5Diminished seventh Dim7 1-b3-b5-6Seventh 7 1-3-(5)-b7Seventh suspend fourth 7sus4 1-4-5-b7Seventh add ninth 7 9 1-2-3-(5)-b7Seventh sharp eleventh 7 #11 1-(2)-3#4-(5)-b7Seventh thirteenth 7 13 1-3-(5)-6-b7Seventh flatted fifth 7 b5 1-3-b5-b7Seventh flatted ninth 7 b9 1-b2-3-(5)-b7Seventh flatted thirteenth 7b13 1-3-5-b6-b7Seventh sharp ninth 7 #9 1-#2-3-(5)-b7Major seventh augmented M7aug 1-3-#5-7Seventh augmented 7aug 1-3-#5-b7Suspended fourth Sus4 1-4-5

    Please note, the notes listed inparentheses can be omitted. The listed chord fingerings are all inroot note position, other inversions canbe used with the exception of:

    1. The M6 chords are onlyrecognized in root note position.All other inversions are interpretedas m7.2. The 6 9 chords are onlyrecognized in root note position.All other inversions are interpretedas minor chords.3. The m6 chords are onlyrecognized in root note position.All other inversions are interpretedas m7b5.4. With aug and dim7 chords thelowest note played is assumed tobe the root.5. With 7#11 chords the lowestnote played is assumed to be theroot or b7.

    FINGERED MODE - The fingered mode is ideal if you alreadyknow how to play chords on the piano. It allows you to playthe chords in the auto accompaniment section of the piano toproduce the auto accompaniment pattern.

    Please note, if a chord played cannot be recognized (fingeredbeyond the table shown below), the previous chord will keepplaying.

    An unrecognized chord cannot cannot start the auto accompa-niment in the synchronized start mode.

    The Fingering Guide table below lists all of the 31 playablechords of this mode.

    ACCOMP : FingeredOne FingerPiano Mode

    Fingered

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    PIANO CHORD MODE - When the Piano fingering chord mode isengaged you may enter chords anywhere on the piano. Theauto accompaniment will play the complete accompanimentarrangements from your chord input.

    You are not limited to the auto accompaniment section or therange of the split point. Therefore there is no piano splitpoint function for this Accompaniment mode.

    MANUAL BASS CHORD - When the one finger or fingered modeis selected, you may play in the auto accompaniment sectionof the piano without starting the auto accompaniment.

    Do not press the START/STOP or SYNCH START buttons.The voice on this section of the piano will be a layered bass.

    The chord voice is determined by the selected rhythm style.This is a split voice mode, with the right hand playing theUpper or main voice.

    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    ACCOMP : PianoOne FingerPiano Mode

    Fingered

    START / STOP

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    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    SYNCHRONIZED START - Synchronized Start mode makes theauto accompaniment standby. The auto accompaniment willstart as soon as you play a recognized chord in the autoaccompaniment section of the piano.

    1. Press the SYNC button, the beat indicator dots beside theTEMPO buttons will blink at the current tempo, showing thatthe synchronized start mode is ready.

    You may add an introduction by pressing the INTRO/ENDINGbutton after pressing the SYNCH button.

    2. The auto accompaniment will start with the rhythm style, assoon as you play a recognized chord in the auto accompani-ment section of the piano. If the auto accompaniment is off,(the ACCOMP button indicator is off), only the percussiverhythm will play.

    3. Press the START/STOP or the SYNCH START button to stopthe accompaniment. If the SYNCH START button is used,the synchronized start mode will be on standby.

    STARTING WITH AN INTRODUCTION - All of the 50 auto accom-paniments can be started with an appropriate introduction.Press the INTRO/ENDING button, the introduction, fol-lowed by the selected pattern will start as soon as you play arecognized chord in the auto accompaniment section of thepiano.

    Press the START/STOP button to stop the accompaniment orpress the INTRO/ENDING button again to stop with an end-ing pattern.

    Please note, if you want the auto accompaniment to be en-gaged again after the ending pattern has been played, pressa FILL-IN button while the ending pattern is playing.

    STRAIGHT START - The START/STOP button starts the selectedrhythm style immediately with the percussive rhythm. Theauto accompaniment will start as soon as you play a recog-nized chord in the auto accompaniment section of the piano,depending on the mode selected. Press the START/STOPbutton again to stop the accompaniment.

    STARTING AND STOPPING THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    RHYTHM CONTROLFADEFILL TO VARFILL INSTART / STOPINTRO / ENDSYNCH

    SYNCH

    START / STOP

    INTRO / END

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    FILL - IN - The fill feature will insert a short rhythmic pattern of one totwo measures in length, depending on the rhythm styleselected. There are two distinct fill patterns, Fill-in and Fill toVariation.

    When the FILL-IN button is selected it will return to the mainpattern after the fill has been executed. Holding down theFILL-IN button will extend the fill indefinitely. Pressing theFILL-IN button will start the rhythm style with a fill-in pattern,the auto accompaniment will start as soon as a recognizedchord is played in the auto accompaniment section of thepiano, depending on the fingering mode selected.

    FILL TO VARIATION - The main pattern of the rhythm style isplayed in a loop. There is a main pattern and a variation formost styles and their introduction, ending and fill-in patterns.To select the variation of the main patterns, press the FILLTO VARIATION button. The indicator will light up. The FILLTO VARIATION button will function the same as the FILL INbutton but the variation pattern will be engaged. Only onepattern may be selected, if the other fill button is selectedduring rhythm style play, the indicator light will blink onstandby until the end of the next measure. The new fill patternwill then play and the prior fill will deselect, the indicator lightwill go out.

    FADE - The fade feature allow the user to fade in or fade out of theselected rhythm style or auto accompaniment. The fade timecan be set from 2 to 25 seconds in the setup menuPerformance. Please see the Setup section of this manualfor more information.

    To fade in, press the FADE button, its indicator light will turnon. When you engage the selected rhythm style the selectedpattern will fade in until full volume is reached and then theindicator will turn off.

    To fade out, press the FADE button at any time during yourmusical performance. The indicator will turn on and theselected pattern will fade out until there is no volume and thenthe indicator will turn off. When the fade out has finished theLED will flash while the previously set volume levels arebeing restored. Pressing the FADE button after it has al-ready been engaged will switch the fade feature off.

    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT

    FADE

    FILL TO VAR

    FILL IN

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    SETUP

    USING THE SETUP MENU

    1. Press the SETUP button. The first menu screen that can bemanipulated will appear on the display.

    2. Press the SCREEN RIGHT button until the menu you wish toaccess appears on the display screen.

    3. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the menu you want touse.

    4. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection. The screenfor the menu you selected will appear on the display screen.If there are additional pages to the chosen menu the indicatoron the SCREEN RIGHT or SCREEN LEFT buttons will be lit.Use the SCREEN RIGHT or SCREEN LEFT button if neces-sary to reach the parameter you need to adjust.

    5. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the parameter and ifnecessary change it by using the VALUE + buttons, or theVALUE wheel.

    6. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection. At any timeyou may use the ESCAPE button to revert to the previousscreen. Continued pressing of the ESCAPE button willreturn the screen to the initial parameter screen, or press theSETUP button to turn the indicator off and disengage thesetup mode.

    The setup mode is used to set up or to adjust various parameters related to the operation ofthis piano. The SETUP button will access menus for Performance, Harmony, Key Mode,Sustain, Reverb, Chord mode, Effects, Pedal, Percussion, and Metronome setup.

    SetupPerformance

    Key ModeHarmonySustain

    SetupReverbEffects

    ChordPedal

    SetupPercussion Metronome

    LEFT RIGHT

    SCREEN

    +

    VALUE

    ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    ENTER

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    PERFORMANCE SETUP MENU1. Press the SETUP button.2. Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.3. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options.

    Velocity

    The piano offers four types of piano velocity settings, low,normal, high, and fixed. These are also known as touchsensitivity or dynamic curves and are designed to suit yourstyle of playing. The normal setting is selected automaticallywhen the piano is turned on. Use the VALUE buttons toselect a velocity, press the ENTER button to confirm.

    Low is a less sensitive piano response which requires aheavier touch to obtain maximum sound levels.Normal is an intermediate response suitable for most styles ofmusic. Normal is the default setting.High is the most sensitive piano response which permitsmaximum sound levels with a light touch.Fixed does not offer any touch sensitivity. Each key plays atfull volume no matter how hard the piano key is hit. It is com-monly used on Harpsichord and Organ voices.

    Split Point

    The split point divides the piano into two sections for both thevoice, and the auto accompaniment.

    In the lower mode, the right hand section the main or the lay-ered voice will sound, and in the left hand section a differentvoice can be assigned, the lower voice, to sound when thekeys are played. Please see the Piano Voices section formore information.

    The auto accompaniment split point divides the piano into anaccompaniment section and a melody section. Please seethe Auto Accompaniment section for more information.

    The default split point is the G2 key. Use the VALUE +buttons or the VALUE wheel to select a split point in therange of C2-C4. Press the VALUE + buttons simulta-neously to recall the default setting.

    SETUP

    Performance SetupVelocityTranspos

    Norm0

    Split Point G2Screen Hold 45

    Performance SetupVelocityTranspos

    Norm0

    Split Point G2Screen Hold 45

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    SETUPPERFORMANCE SETUP MENU1. Press the SETUP button.2. Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.3. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options.

    Transpose

    The transpose feature can shift the pitch of the piano up ordown in semitone intervals. Use the VALUE + or VALUE buttons to set the transpose value range from 5, five keyslower, to 6, six keys higher. Press the + and VALUE but-tons simultaneously to recall the default value of 0. Trans-pose does not affect notes that are sounding and it does notaffect the piano percussion.

    Screen Hold

    The screen hold sets the time for which the selected screen willstay on the display before automatically returning to the priorscreen. Use the VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel toselect a screen hold in the range of 1second to 44 seconds.Press the VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall thedefault setting of 4 seconds.

    Performance SetupVelocityTranspos

    Norm0

    Split Point G2Screen Hold 45

    Performance SetupVelocityTranspos

    Norm0

    Split Point G2Screen Hold 4S

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    SETUPPERFORMANCE SETUP MENU (PAGE 2)1. Press the SETUP button.2. Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.3. Press the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page

    of the Performance menu.4. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options.

    Tune

    The pitch of this piano is very accurate and stable, it is auto-matically set to standard A440 pitch when the piano is turnedon. The tuning feature makes it possible to tune the pitch ofthe instrument in fine intervals. If necessary, you can matchthe piano to another instrument or singer. Use the VALUE+ buttons or the VALUE wheel to select a tuning value in therange of 50 to +50 semitone steps, or cents. Press the VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default settingof 0.

    Fixed Level

    The fixed level adjusts the volume output when the velocitysensitivity is set to fixed. Use the VALUE + buttons or theVALUE wheel to select a fixed level volume value in therange of 10-127. Press the VALUE + buttons simulta-neously to recall the default setting of 100.

    Performance SetupTune

    Fade Time0

    105Fixed Level 100Octave Shift 0

    Performance SetupTune

    Fade Time0

    105Fixed Level 100Octave Shift 0

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    SETUPPERFORMANCE SETUP MENU (PAGE 2)

    1. Press the SETUP button.2. Press the ENTER button to access the Performance menu.3. Press the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page

    of the Performance menu.4. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options.

    Fade Time

    Fade time adjusts the length of time that an accompanimentfade introduction or fade out ending takes. Use the VALUE +and - buttons or the VALUE wheel to select a fade tune valuein the range of 2-25 seconds. Press the VALUE + and -buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting of 105seconds.

    Octave Shift

    The octave shift will transpose the entire piano one octavedown, 12 semitone steps. Use the VALUE + and - buttonsto select an octave shift of -1, and the keys will play as if theywere an octave lower on the piano. Press the VALUE + and- buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting of 0, andreturn the octave setting to normal.

    HARMONY SETUP MENU

    Performance SetupTune

    Fade Time0

    105Fixed Level 100Octave Shift 0

    Performance SetupTune

    Fade Time0

    105Fixed Level 100Octave Shift 0

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    SETUP1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Harmony menu.3. Press the ENTER button to access the Harmony menu.4. Use the CURSOR button to select a harmony type, then use

    the VALUE buttons to turn that harmony type on or off. Onlyone harmony type can be selected at a time.

    Harmony Type Selecting - Harmony is used to enhance asingle note melody played while the auto accompaniment isengaged. With the harmony feature engaged, a single noteon the right-hand section of the piano will sound with addi-tional auto harmony notes. The note played in the right-handsection of the piano determines the root key of the harmony.If more than one note is played only the highest note will addharmony.

    Please note, auto harmony is only available when the autoaccompaniment is engaged.

    Trio adds two harmonizing notes sounding below the singleright hand melody note that you supply, when the chord ac-companiment is playing.Duet adds a harmonizing note sounding below the single righthand note that you supply when the chord accompaniment isplaying.Octave add a note one octave below the note(s) you play inthe right hand section of the piano when the chord accompani-ment is playing.

    KEY MODE SETUP MENU

    HarmonyTrioOFF

    DuetOFFOct

    OFF

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    SETUP1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Key Mode menu.3. Press the ENTER button to access the Key Mode menu.4. Use the CURSOR button to select a key mode type, then use

    the VALUE buttons to turn that key mode type on or off.

    Manual Bass

    The manual bass feature will automatically select a split pianowith the keys below the split point playing notes on the basschannel, thus allowing you to play a manual bass line withyour left hand. If the rhythm style is engaged, manual bassreplaces the accompaniment bass. The accompanimentbass will return at the start of the next var, or when a newchord is generated. Manual bass is disabled when the lowervoice mode is engaged. The fingered chord stores its ownversion of manual bass, which will be on by default.

    Lower Hold

    When the lower hold feature is selected and lower is on, thenotes below the split point will remain playing even though thekeys have been released. The notes are cancelled whennew keys are pressed, or when the pedal, assigned to lowerhold, is engaged. If the auto accompaniment is engaged, inthe one finger or fingered mode, and the harmony feature ison, selecting lower hold will play the lower sounds harmony.

    SUSTAIN SETUP MENU - The sustain pedal can affect the Upper,Layer and/or Lower channels of this piano.

    This menu allows you to configure which melody channels will

    Key ModeOFFManual Bass

    Lower Hold 0FF

    Key ModeOFFManual Bass

    Lower Hold 0FF

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    SETUPbe affected by the sustain pedal.

    1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Sustain menu.3. Press the ENTER button to access the Sustain menu.4. Use the CURSOR button to select a sustain type, then use the

    VALUE buttons to turn that sustain type on or off. Sustaindefaults to all options on.

    Upper

    When sustain upper is turned on the right pedal whenengaged, pressed down, the upper voice keys will sustain.

    Layer

    When sustain layer is turned on the right pedal when engaged,pressed down, the layer voice keys will sustain.

    Lower

    When sustain lower is turned on the right pedal when engaged,pressed down, the lower voice keys will sustain.

    REVERB SETUP MENU - Reverb simulates the effect of playing ina big room or hall where the sound reverberates off the wallsand ceiling. The reverb effect is engaged automatically when

    SustainUPPER

    ONLAYER

    ONLOWER

    ON

    SustainUPPER

    ONLAYER

    ONLOWER

    ON

    SustainUPPER

    ONLAYER

    ONLOWER

    ON

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    SETUPthe power is turned on.

    Pressing the REVERB button will toggle this effect on or off.When reverb is engaged the indicator light will be lit. Toselect a type of reverb and to adjust the reverb levelsuse the Reverb setup menu.

    1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of

    the setup menu options.3. Press the ENTER button to access the Reverb menu.4. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options:

    Reverb - Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select a reverbtype from the list below. Press the VALUE + buttons simul-taneously to recall the default setting of Room 3.

    Room 1 is dense reverb with short decay.Room 2 is sparse reverb with short decay.Room 3 is sparse reverb with medium decay.Hall 1 is reverb with clear reverberation and medium decay.Hall 2 is reverb with rich reverberation and greater latereflections.Plate is a delay type.Delay is stereo delay that produces two delay sound, left andright.Panning emphasizes the stereo location of the processordelay, the effect will be spaced at 30 degrees from the center.

    REVERB SETUP MENU continuedUpper - When reverb upper is turned on the upper voice keys

    will reverberate. Use the VALUE +and - buttons to select areverb level from 0-127. Press the VALUE + and - buttons

    Reverb SettingReverb UPPERRoom 3 100

    LAYER LOWER100 100

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    SETUPsimultaneously to recall the default level of 100.

    Layer - When reverb layer is turned on the layer voice keys willreverberate. Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select areverb level from 0-127. Press the VALUE + and - buttonssimultaneously to recall the default level of 100.

    Lower - When reverb lower is turned on the lower voice keyswill reverberate. Use theVALUE + and - buttons to select areverb level from 0-127. Press the VALUE + and - buttonssimultaneously to recall the default level of 100.

    CHORD SETUP MENU - Pressing the ACCOMP button engagesthe auto accompaniment. In this mode, the keys to the left ofthe split point can be used to create fully orchestrated chordprogressions, based on the chords that you play with your left

    Reverb SettingReverb UPPERRoom 3 100

    LAYER LOWER100 100

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    SETUPhand.

    There are three fingering modes to choose from, One finger,Fingered or Piano.

    Use the Chord menu to select a mode, please see the AutoAccompaniment section of this manual for more informationon fingering modes.

    1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of

    the setup menu options.3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Chord menu.4. Press the ENTER button to access the Chord menu.5. Use the CURSOR button to select a fingering mode. Use the

    ENTER button to confirm your selection.

    One Finger - The one finger, or intelligent mode makes itsimple to produce beautifully orchestrated accompanimentusing a minimum number of keys in the auto accompanimentsection of the piano. It takes only one finger to engage yourdesired chord, the nearest chord to the pressed key(s) in theauto accompaniment section of the piano.

    Fingered - The fingered mode is for the user who knows howto play chords on the piano, it allow the user to supply theactual full three or four note chords to produce the desiredauto accompaniment pattern.

    Piano - When the piano fingering chord mode is selected, youmay enter chord into the auto accompaniment mode fromanywhere on the piano. You are not limited to the auto ac-companiment section or the range of the split point, so in thisregard there is no split point for this mode.

    EFFECTS (CHORUS) SETUP MENU - The effect or chorusenriches your performance by adding depth, texture andspaciousness to the selected instrument voice.

    ACCOMP : FingeredOne FingerPiano Mode

    Fingered

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    SETUP Pressing the EFFECTS button on the control panel will

    toggle the Effects Function on and off. The effects setting does not affect the auto accompaniment.

    Select the type of effect and adjust the level in the Effectmenu.

    1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of

    the setup menu options.3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Effects menu.4. Press the ENTER button to access the Effects menu.5. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options:

    Effect - The effect or chorus enriches by adding depth andtexture to the selected sound channel, the menu offers eighttypes. Use the VALUE + and - buttons to select an effecttype from the list below. Press the VALUE + and - buttonssimultaneously to recall the default setting of Chorus 3.

    Chorus 1.Chorus 2.Chorus 3.Chorus 4.F B (feedback) Chorus applies a repeated sound effect.Flanger gives an electronic swirl effect.Short Delay offers a short delay effect.F B (feedback) Delay applies a delayed repeated soundeffect.

    EFFECTS (CHORUS) SETUP MENU continuedUpper - When effect upper is turned on the selected instru-

    ment voice for the upper sound channel will sound with the

    Effect SettingEffect UPPER

    Chorus 3 100LAYER LOWER

    100 100

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    SETUPselected effect. Use the VALUE + buttons to select a effectdepth level from 0-127. Press the VALUE + buttons simul-taneously to recall the default level of 100.

    Layer - When reverb layer is turned on the layer voice keyswill sound will the selected effect. Use the VALUE + but-tons to select a effect depth level from 0-127. Press the VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default level of100.

    Lower - When reverb lower is turned on the lower voice keyswill sound will the selected effect. Use the VALUE + but-tons to select a effect depth level from 0-127. Press the VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default level of100.

    PEDAL SETUP MENU - The center pedal is an assignable func-tion pedal. The sustain pedal, on the right, can only controlthe melody channels, and the soft pedal, on the left, is notassignable.

    Effect SettingEffect UPPER

    Chorus 3 100LAYER LOWER

    100 100

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    1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the second page of

    the setup menu options.3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Pedal menu.4. Press the ENTER button to access the Pedal menu.5. Use the CURSOR button to select the following options, the

    pedal can only be assigned to one.

    Start/Stop - When selected the center pedal function nowresponds like the START/STOP button on the control panel.Step on the center pedal to start or stop a selected pianofeature.

    The pedal assign defaults to Start/Stop.

    Fill - When selected the center pedal function now respondslike the fill buttons on the control panel. Pressing the functionpedal triggers the fill of the currently selected fill-in the mainpattern or the fill to variation.

    Intro/Ending - When engaged the center pedal function nowresponds like the Into/Ending button on the control panel.

    Therefore when selected pressing the center function pedaltriggers an introduction or ending pattern.

    Lower Hold - The lower hold setting sets the center pedalassignment to lower hold, pressing the pedal will preventnotes below the split point from being switched off until thepedal is released.

    If lower hold from the key mode setup is engaged, the pedalcan be used to cancel notes that are played.

    PERCUSSION (DRUM KIT SELECTION) - When piano percus-sion is engaged by using the Percussion menu, the entirepiano will play the percussion voices from the selected Drumkit.

    The keys will not be available for normal play.

    SETUP

    Pedal AssignStart/Stop

    Intro/EndingFill

    Lower Hold

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    SETUP There are eight drum kits, based on the standard kit, that can

    be assigned and a sound effects kit. Please see the Drum List at the back of the manual for a

    complete listing.1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the third page of

    the setup menu options.3. Press the ENTER button to access the Percussion menu.4. Use the VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel to select one

    of following options. Press the VALUE + buttons simulta-neously to recall the default setting of OFF.

    OFF - If OFF is selected the piano percussion mode will notbe engaged, to engage the percussion mode select one ofthe following drum kits.

    StandardRoomPowerElectronicTR-808JazzBrushOrchestralSFX

    METRONOME SETUP MENU - The built in metronome is a timingdevice.

    It is used as a timing reference to aid with practice orperformance. Press the METRONOME button on thecontrol panel to engage the metronome feature. The indica-tor will turn on, the display screen will show the Metronome

    Percussion SetupDrum Kits

    OFF

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    Metronome SetupTime SignatureSound

    Tempo100120

    Volume4/4

    62 32

    SETUPmenu and the metronome sound will start immediately. Youcan access the Metronome menu from the SETUP button asfollows.

    1. Press the SETUP button.2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access the third page of the

    setup menu options.3. Use the CURSOR button to highlight the Metronome menu.4. Press the ENTER button to access the Metronome menu.5. Use the CURSOR button to access the following options:

    Time Signature - The time signature can be set to 2/4, 3/4, 4/4,6/8 and 9/8. Use the VALUE buttons to set the bottom timesignature, then use the CURSOR button to highlight the topsection, the VALUE buttons can then be used to complete thetime signature with the available options.

    Tempo - The tempo of the time signature can be adjusted, usethe VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel to adjust thetempo from 40-250 bpm (beats per minute). Press the VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the default setting of100 bpm. Adjusting the metronome tempo will also affect therhythm style tempo.

    Sound - The metronome can be assigned to sound as any ofthe percussive voices from the standard drum kit. The firstmeasure of the beat is assigned in the first part of the soundsection and the remaining beats are assigned in the secondpart of the sound section. Use the VALUE + buttons toassign a sound by key number. Please see the drum kit list inthe back of the manual for a list of available sound.

    Volume - Use the VALUE + buttons or the VALUE wheel toadjust the metronome sound volume level from 1-127. Pressthe VALUE + buttons simultaneously to recall the defaultsetting of 100.

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    REGISTRATION MEMORYA registration is a particular set up of style, voice, chord and other parameters or features youare using.By saving your set up it can be recalled by pressing a single button.This piano has four banks with six registration numbers in each bank, for a total of 24registrations.The unit is equipped with a backup battery, so the data in the registration memory is nonvola-tile and will not be lost when the power is turned off.

    SAVE YOUR SETTINGS IN THE REGISTRATION MEMORY

    1. Set the voice, rhythm, tempo, accompaniment, reverb effectand any other parameters that you wish to save.

    2. Select the bank that you would like to use to store your settingA-D.

    3. Hold down the STORE button.

    4. Press one of the REGISTRATION NUMBERS buttons 1-6.The display will show the current registration memory numberwith the bank prefix. Your panel setting will be saved into thatregistration memory instantly.

    Please note, storing a setting into the registration memory willerase the previously stored data in that registration location

    RECALL CONTENTS IN THE REGISTRATION MEMORY

    1. Press the BANK button to access the registration memorybank you would like to recall, the display screen will show thebank A-D.

    2. Press one of the REGISTRATION NUMBER buttons 1-6, thestored setting will be recalled instantly and the display willshow the memory number with the bank prefix. The relevantparameters will be set and the display will reflect the voicethat has just been recalled.

    REGISTRATION MEMORYBANK654321STORE

    BANK

    STORE

    5

    BANK

    5

    UPPERSTYLE

    NC1 : R & B

    A5 / = 100

    1 : Grand Piano

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    RECORDThis piano is equipped with a real time 5 track recorder (sequencer).It is designed to be very simple to use.It will record all note events and the accompaniment patterns exactly as they are performed.All the recorded tracks can playback separately or together as a complete song.This recorded information is nonvolatile and therefore will not be lost when the power isturned off.You may also save your recorded information to disk.Please see the Disk section of this manual for more information.

    Record Melody Track Only - Any of the Melody tracks will recordall piano note events, as they were performed. There are fourtracks available for recording the melody, these are assignedby pressing one of the four MELODY buttons.

    If one of the MELODY buttons is selected the recording willbegin as soon as you play on the piano.

    Note: Only one melody track can be recorded at a time.

    Please note, While recording in a Melody only track with theAccompaniment mode is engaged, the auto accompanimentsection of the piano will not be recorded, although the notesare sounding.

    Record Auto Accompaniment Track Only - Auto Accompaniment

    ACCOMP MEL. 1 MEL. 2 MEL. 3 MEL. 4 RESET

    END MARKBEG. MARKRECORDSTOPPLAY/PAUSE

    COMPOSER

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    will record, the chord changes, style, tempo, variation, intro,fill-in and ending.

    Pressing The ACCOMP track button will select the accompa-niment track for recording.

    If only the ACCOMP Record track button has been selected,the auto accompaniment Record will be synchronized to startwhen the piano keys are played.

    Recording will start as soon as a chord is played on the autoaccompaniment section of the piano.

    Any accompaniment performance, such as fill-ins, Intros,Ending etc.. will be recorded exactly as it was performed.

    Please note, notes played on the Melody section of the pianowill not be recorded in the auto accompaniment track.

    If the auto accompaniment is off, only the percussive rhythmwill be recorded.

    An unrecognized chord in the fingered mode cannot start therecording.

    Recording both the Auto Accompaniment and a Melody Trackat the same time

    If you want to record a melody and the accompaniment at thesame time,

    Press a MELODY track button, then the ACCOMP track button and both indicators. Both indicators will blink on standby. Recording will begin as soon as you start to play on any

    section of the piano.

    RECORD

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    RECORD

    RECORDING1. Prepare - Prepare to record by setting the voice, style, tempo

    and reverb level and other parameters as desired. Thesesettings can be stored into a registration memory for easyrecall, please see the Registration Memory section for moreinformation.

    2. Select a track - Press the RECORD button, the indicator willblink. The first available melody track will also be selectedand the corresponding indicator will also blink. The fourLEDS of the beat indicator will blink with the current tempo, toshow that the recorder is on standby.

    NOTE: If you have a recorded track(s) or if there is data in atrack, its indicator will also be lit and the recorded music willplay, as a reference, while you record the new track.

    If you do not wish for previously recorded tracks to play whileyou are recording, press the corresponding track button toturn the indicator light off.

    If you wish to record on a different melody track or the accom-paniment track, simply press the corresponding button toselect.

    4. Record - Recording will start as soon as you play on the piano,depending on the track(s) that are selected.

    5. Stop Recording - Press the STOP button, the PLAY/PAUSEbutton or the REC button again to stop recording. If theaccompaniment track is being recorded, you may also pressthe INTRO/ENDING button to stop the recording with anending pattern in the accompaniment track.

    Please note, when the record memory is full, recording willstop automatically.

    6. Erase a Track - If you would like to erase or rerecord a track,hold the RESET button down while you press the track buttonthat you would like to erase. The information will be erasedimmediately, and the track will be cleared.

    RECORD

    MEL. 3

    RESET

    STOP

    PLAY/PAUSE

    Rec Record Accomp1 : 3 / = 100

    Record Melody 3The pianomode.

    The top line showswhich melody track isrecording.

    The current bar (1)and beat (3). The current tempo.

    If the accompanimenttrack is being recordedit will show here.

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    RECORDACCOMP MEL. 1 MEL. 2 MEL. 3 MEL. 4 RESET

    END MARKBEG. MARKRECORDSTOPPLAY/PAUSE

    COMPOSER

    PLAY/PAUSE

    ACCOMP

    PLAY/PAUSE

    PLAYBACK - To hear your recording follow these directions.

    1. The indicators of the tracks with recorded information in themwill be lighted.

    If you do not wish to hear a track, press the correspondingtrack button to turn that track off.

    The track can be turned on again by pressing the track buttonafter playback.

    2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to start the recorded track(s),the indicator will stay on until the playback is complete. Thedots of the beat indicator will flash with the recorded tempo.You can change the tempo by pressing the +TEMPObuttons.

    You may play on the piano while the recording is playing back.

    3. While the playback is in process press the PLAY/PAUSEbutton to pause the playback.

    The indicator will blink, press again to restart the playbackwhere you left off.

    Press the STOP button to stop the playback and reset it to thebeginning, or it will stop automatically when the recordingreaches its end.

    STOP

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    RECORD

    MARK - The mark feature allows you to isolate a section of therecording of the song.

    This marked sequence will function under the same param-eters as the real-time recording, except it is only that portionof the song instead of the entire track. If you would like studyor to embellish a segment of your recording or to correct amistake it can be easily accomplished with the BEG MARK,END MARK buttons.

    1. With your musical performance recorded into the sequencer,press the PLAY/PAUSE button.

    2. While listening to the playback press the BEG MARK button atthe place you would like to begin to isolate the sequence, theindicator will light up.

    3. As your recording or sequence continues to playback when theportion you would like to isolate is finished press the ENDMARK button.

    Its indicator will light up.

    4. Stop the recording by pressing the STOP button. Press thePLAY/PAUSE button again to listen to the marked section.

    5. Press the RECORD button and choose a track. The recordedpassage will playback from the beginning of the markedsection until the end mark. You may now record in only themarked section.

    6. Press the BEG MARK and END MARK buttons again todisengage the marked section, the recording can now beplayed back in its entirety.

    ACCOMP MEL. 1 MEL. 2 MEL. 3 MEL. 4 RESET

    END MARKBEG. MARKRECORDSTOPPLAY/PAUSE

    COMPOSER

    END MARK

    BEG. MARK

    PLAY/PAUSE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    RECORD

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    LESSONThe SONG button will access a music Lesson package that can be used for fun and enter-tainment to improve your playing. There are over 50 songs built into the piano as referencefor your Lesson entertainment.

    Song SelectAllegroAnnie

    Anchors AwghAsia

    SONG SELECT1. Press the SONG button to display the Song Select Screen.

    2. Use the SCREEN RIGHT button to access subsequent pagesin the Song Select menu until the abbreviated song name youwould like to use is displayed.

    3. Use the CURSOR to highlight the song you would like toselect. The display will change to the music Lesson screenafter you press the Enter button for the song you you haveselected.

    4. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the areas you need toedit in the Lesson program as described following in the nextsection of this manual.

    5. Use the VALUE buttons to edit the highlighted areas.

    6. Highlight Play to hear the song or Test to test your playingon the song. Press ENTER to confirm your selection andstart the playback or test.

    Song SelectBallgame

    Bumble BeeBattle Hymn

    Chopin

    LEFT RIGHT

    SCREEN

    +

    VALUE

    ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    SONG

    Play RHnd=Y LHnd=Y Acmp=YR=Y L=Y / = 110

    Measure

    Test

    Bumble Bee

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    USING THE LESSON FEATURE

    1. Engage the Lesson mode - Press the SONG button toengage the performance Lesson function. The Song Selectmenu will appear on the display.

    Use the SCREEN RIGHT/LEFT, the CURSOR and the EN-TER buttons to select the song you would like to use.

    2. Listen to the selected Song - Highlight Play and press theENTER button to listen to the song demonstration. You maylisten to the right hand melody, the left hand accompaniment,the rhythm accompaniment (where applicable) or any combi-nation of the three by highlighting the appropriate area andusing the VALUE buttons to turn those parts on, Y(Yes) or off,N (No).

    LESSON

    Play RHnd=Y LHnd=Y Acmp=YR=Y L=Y / = 110

    The name of theselected song.

    This area will count thesongs measure duringplay or test.

    Select the Handsthat you would like tobe tested on: righthand melody, lefthand accompanimentor both hands.

    The selectedsongs tempo.

    On this line select theparts of the song youwould like to hearduring playback arelisted. The right handmelody, the left handaccompaniment andthe rhythm accompa-niment (whereapplicable).

    Measure

    Test

    Bumble BeeUse Play to listen to theselected partsof the song.

    Use Test totest yourself onthe selectedparts of thesong.

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    LESSONUSING THE LESSON FEATURE continued3. Test - Highlight Test and press the ENTER button to test your

    playing on the selected song. You may test yourself on the right hand melody, the left hand

    accompaniment or both hands by highlighting the appropri-ate area and using the VALUE buttons to toggle those partson, Y (Yes) or off, N (No).

    Right hand exercise - Select R=Y L=N. Then press theENTER button, after the metronome sound the auto accompa-niment will playback, and you should play the right hand melodyfollowing its rhythm.Left hand exercise - Select R=N L=Y. Then press theENTER button, after the metronome sound the melody willplayback with rhythm accompanimet (where applicable), youshould play the left hand accompaniment to match the melody.Right and Left hand exercise - Select R=Y L=Y. Thenpress the ENTER button, after the metronome sound, youshould play the entire section with both hands following therhythm accompaniment (where applicable).

    4. Check you progress - You will hear a vocal grading whenyou finish evaluating the performance. The vocal grades areTry Again, Good, Very good and Excellent.

    5. Stop the Lesson - Press the SONG button again to exit theLesson course.

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    DISK (HP-275e Only)The disk feature allows you to load, save, delete or rename your recorded musical perfor-mances (songs).

    INSERT THE DISK - Insert the 3.5 disk into the disk drive with thelabel side up and the metal shutter leading into the drive.Slide the diskette into the drive until it clicks into place. Thedisk eject button on the drive pops out when the disk isproperly inserted.

    REMOVE THE DISK - To remove the diskette press the ejectbutton on the disk drive.

    Please note, to avoid loss or damage to the disk or the diskdrive, do not remove the disk drive from the unit, or turn thepower off when the disk drive indicator light is on.

    DISK MAIN MENU SCREEN1. Press the DISK button to activate the Disk Menu screen, the

    indicator will turn up.

    2. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the menu you would liketo access.

    3. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection, follow theinstructions on the screen as they are displayed

    4. Use the VALUE buttons to enter or change information asrequested.

    Insert the diskettehere, label side up,metal shutter edgeleading.

    Press this ejectbutton to remove adiskette.

    DISK MENULoad SongSave Song

    UtilityPlay Disk

    +

    VALUE

    ENTER

    ESCAPE

    CURSOR

    DISK

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    Load Song - Load Song retrieves a previously stored MIDI songfrom the floppy disk drive. If you want to permanently edit asong you must load the file into the music recorder(sequencer). Since the Standard MIDI file that you have ondisk and your muscial performance in the recorder(sequencer) share the same memory, selecting a song filemay bring up a confirmation pop up screen, saying it willoverwrite the song that is currently in the sequencer.

    1. Make sure the disk you have selected has song data files on it.Any standard MIDI file formatted song will be recognized bythe pianos recorder (sequencer).

    2. Select the Load Song menu, and the list of song files con-tained on the disk will be displayed on the screen. If thereare more than 4 songs on the disk, the SCREEN RIGHT/LEFT indicators will be lit. Press them to access the addi-tional song files on the disk.

    3. Highlight the song file you would like to load and press theENTER button. A caution screen will appear asking if youare sure you want to load the song file sequence.

    4. OK the command. A progress bar will be displayed showingthe status of the load. The main disk menu screen will bedisplayed after your selected song file has been loaded.

    5. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button, the song you have just loadedinto the sequencer will begin to play.

    DISK MENULoad SongSave Song

    UtilityPlay Disk

    DISK (HP-275e Only)

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    Save Song - Save song lets you save your musical performancedata that you recorded in the 5 track sequencer and save itonto a floppy disk so that it can be accessed later.

    1. Make sure the disk you have selected has room to store thesong data files on it.

    2. Select the Save Song menu, the menu will be dedicated tonaming the song (sequence) you want to save.

    3. Use the VALUE buttons or Value wheel to obtain the desiredname by increments up or down. A caution screen willappear asking if you are sure you want to save the song filesequence.

    4. OK the command to save the song to floppy disk. Aprogress bar will be displayed showing the status of thesave. The main disk menu screen will be displayed afteryour selected song file has been saved.

    DISK MENULoad SongSave Song

    UtilityPlay Disk

    DISK (HP-275e Only)

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    Utility - Selecting Utility will access a Disk Utility sub-menu.

    Use the Utility sub-menu to access the following options.

    Format - Format prepares a new disk for use. Most Floppydisks have been formatted but if you happan to have a diskthat is not formatted then data cannot be stored on it. For-mat will erase all previous files on a disk, so make sure youcan afford to erase all the data on the floppy disk that you areformatting.

    1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk youhave selected can be completely erased.

    2. Select the Format menu, a progress bar will be displayed.When formatting is complete the main disk menu screen willbe displayed.

    Copy - Copy is used to duplicate a file from the disk.

    1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk youhave selected has the song data file you want to copy.

    2. Select the Copy menu, the menu will show the available songson the disk. If there are additional pages the indicator lighton the SCREEN RIGHT/LEFT buttons will light.

    3. Select the song you want to copy, and press the ENTERbutton.

    4. Use the VALUE buttons or wheel to rename the copied song,a progress bar will be displayed. When copying is completethe main disk menu screen will be displayed.

    DISK MENULoad SongSave Song

    UtilityPlay Disk

    Disk UtilityFormatDelete

    CopyRename

    Disk UtilityFormatDelete

    CopyRename

    DISK (HP-275e Only)

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    Utility Menu continuedDelete - Delete is used to remove unwanted files from the disk

    to make more space available.

    1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk youhave selected has the song data file you want to delete onthe disk.

    2. Select the Delete menu, the menu will show the availablesongs on the disk. If there are additional pages the indicatorlight on the SCREEN RIGHT/LEFT buttons will light.

    3. Select the song that you want to delete, and press the ENTERbutton. A progress bar will be displayed. Once the file hasbeen removed the main disk menu screen will be displayed.This file operation is irreversible.

    Rename - Rename is used to change the name of a filealready saved to the disk.

    1. Load the disk into the disk drive. Make sure that the disk youhave selected has song data files on it.

    2. Select the Rename menu, the menu will show the availablesongs. If there are additional pages the indicator light on theSCREEN RIGHT/LEFT buttons will light.

    3. Select the song you want to rename.4. Use the VALUE buttons or wheel to rename the selected song.5. Press the ENTER button to save the renamed song to floppy

    disk. A progress bar will be displayed. When renaming iscomplete the main disk menu screen will be displayed.

    Play Disk - Play displays a directory of the MIDI files found on the

    Disk UtilityFormatDelete

    CopyRename

    Disk UtilityFormatDelete

    CopyRename

    DISK (HP-275e Only)

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    disk that you can play. It will play the selected MIDI file di-rectly from the floppy disk.

    Please note, if you want to permanently edit the song you mustload the file into the sequencer.

    1. Make sure the disk you have selected has song data files on it.Any standard MIDI file formatted song will be recognized bythe piano sequencer.

    2. Select the Play Disk menu, a menu of song files contained onthe disk will be displayed on the screen. If there is more thanone page to the disk, the SCREEN RIGHT/LEFT indicatorswill be lit. Press them to access additional information.

    3. Highlight the song file you would like to play and press theENTER button. A caution screen will appear asking if youare sure you want to play the song file sequence.

    4. OK the command. A progress bar will be displayed showingthe status. The main disk menu screen will be displayedwhen your song is ready.

    5. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button, the song you have selectedwill play.

    DISK MENULoad SongSave Song

    UtilityPlay Disk

    DISK (HP-275e Only)

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    MIDIMIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. This is a world wide standard communica-tion interface that enables electronic musical instruments and computers (of all brands) tocommunicate with each other so that instructions and other data can pass between them. Thisexchange of information makes it possible to create a system of MIDI instruments and devicesthat offers far greater versatility and control than is available with isolated instruments.Whether you interface with computers, sequencers, expanders or other pianos your Suzukipianos technical capabilities, and your musical horizons will be greatly enhanced. For furtherinformation on MIDI and MIDI equipment that is available, please contact your local Suzukimusic store.

    MIDI CONNECTION - The MIDI terminals are located on the backpanel of the piano.

    1. MIDI In: This terminal receives MIDI data from an externalMIDI device.

    2. MIDI Out: This terminal transmits data from this instrument toother MIDI devices. The transmitted data includes the noteand touch velocity produced while playing on the piano, aswell as voice changes, wheel operation, and recorded play-back for the melody tracks. Demo songs and auto accompa-niment are not transmitted.

    3. MIDI Thru - This terminal transfers data from the IN terminaldirectly to other MIDI devices.

    MIDI

    THRU OUT IN

    123

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    MIDI CHANNELS - The MIDI system in this unit has 16 channelsnumbered from 1-16. Each of the channels is responsible fora voice. When the instrument receives from an externaldevice, the active channel is determined by the controlmessage. The transmission channels on this piano are fixedas follows:

    Channel 1: Master voiceChannel 2: Layer voiceChannel 3: Split voiceChannel 4: Bass in manual bass chord modeChannel 7: Chord in manual bass chord modeChannel 10: Percussion sound

    Please see the MIDI Implementation Chart for more detail.

    BASIC MIDI SETUPSOutput to an external sound generator - MIDI pianos

    transmit note and velocity (touch sensitivity) information viathe MIDI Out connector. Connect the MIDI Out terminal of thepiano and the MIDI IN terminal of an external device, piano,synthesizer, or sound module, and the external device shouldrespond to your playing.

    By connecting this Suzuki piano to another piano in this wayyou can essentially play two instruments at the same time orplay on your piano to the sound of another MIDI devise toproduce thick, layered multi-instrument sounds.

    Output from an external MIDI device - Connect the MIDI Interminal of the piano and the MIDI Out terminal of an externaldevice. Data generated on another device can through yourpianos sound delivery systerm.

    Connect with an computer - Although the Suzuki pianooffers a built in sequencer, the music recorder is a real-timefive track sequencer, the same type of musical informationtransfer that is described above can be used for more so-phisticated MIDI sequence recording using an externalsequencer or computer. These devices could be used torecord MIDI data received form this piano. You can transmityour performance to a computer to utilized advancedrecording, composing and editing available from software onthe computer. MIDI music stored on the computer can beplayed back through your instrument.

    MIDI

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    MIDIMIDI LOCAL CONTROL MODE - Local control refers to the fact

    that normally, this Suzuki piano controls the internal tonegenerator. This is the normal play mode. Local control canbe turned off, so that the piano does not play the internalvoices, however, the MIDI information is still transmitted viathe MIDI Out connector when notes are played on the piano.At the same time, the internal tone generator can respond toMIDI data received via the MIDI In connector.

    MIDI INPUT CHANNEL SELECTION - You may select an indi-vidual MIDI channel to receive MIDI data on. The power updefault setting is the OMNI mode which receives MIDI dataon all channels.

    MIDI SPLIT INPUT LOWER CHANNEL MODE - This MIDI inputchannel mode is used to select which MIDI input channel youwant to receive for the lower split piano MIDI data. The previ-ous MIDI input mode will receive the upper split piano data.

    MIDI OUTPUT CHANNEL SELECTION - You may select anindividual MIDI channel to transmit MIDI data on. The powerup default setting to transmit MIDI data is channel 1.

    MIDI SLIT OUTPUT LOWER CHANNEL MODE - This MIDI outputchannel mode is used to select which MIDI output channelthat you want to transmit on for the lower split piano data.This MIDI data can be sent separately on a discrete MIDIchannel. The previous MIDI input mode will transmit theupper split piano data. The default setting for this modetransmits on channel two.

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    MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART

    Function Transmitted Recognized RemarkBasic Channel 1 CH 1-16 CHChannel changed 1-16 CH 1-16 CHDefault Mode 3 3Note Number 9-120 0-127Velocity: Note On = =Velocity: Note Off X =Pitch Bender = =Control Change: 0 = X Variation page1 X X Modulation5 X X Portamento value7, 10 = = Volume, Pan11 X = Expression64, 66, 67 = = Sustain, Sostenuto, Soft Pedal 65

    X X Portamento yes/no80, 81 = = Reverb, Chorus program91 = = Reverb, Chorus send level98, 99 X X NRPNL, NRPHH100 ,101 X X RPNL, RPNH121 = = Reset all controllers123 = = All notes offProgram Change 0-127 0-127System Exclusive X XSys. Common: Song Select X XSys. Common: Song Position X XSystem: Clock X XReal Time: Commands X X

    Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLYMode 2: OMNI ON, MONOMode 3: OMNI OFF, POLYMode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO

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    VOICE LISTPlease note: The MIDI program number for any voice listed is one less than the display number.

    Group A Group B

    1 : Grand Piano 2 : Bright Piano 5 : Rhodes Piano 6 : Chorus Piano3 : Elec. Piano 4 : Honky Tonk Pno 7 : Harpsichord 8 : Clavinet

    9 : Celesta 10 : Glockenspiel 13 : Marimba 14: Xylophone11 : Music Box 12 : Vibraphone 15 : Tubular Bells 16 : Dulcimer

    17 : Hammond Organ 18 : Percuss. Organ 21 : Reed Organ 22 : Accordion19: Rock Organ 20 : Church Organ 23 : Harmonica 24 : Tango Accdn

    25 : Nylon Guitar 26 : Steel Guitar 29 : Muted Guitar 30 : Overdriven Gtr.27 : Jazz Guitar 28 : Clean Guitar 31 : Distortion Guitar 32 : Gtr. Harmonics

    33 : Acoustic Bass 34 : Finger Bass 37 : Slap Bass 1 38 : Slap Bass 235 : Pick Bass 36 : Fretless Bass 39 : Synth Bass 1 40 : Synth Bass 2

    41 : Violin 42 : Viola 45 : Tremolo Strings 46 : PizzicatoStrgs.43 : Cello 44 : Contrabass 47 : Orchestral Harp 48 : Timpani

    49 : String Ensmbl1 50 : String Ensmbl2 53 : Choir Aahs 54 : Voice Oohs51 : Synth Strings 1 52 : Synth Strings 2 55 : Synth Voice 56 : Orchestra Hit

    57 : Trumpet 58 : Trombone 61 : French Horn 62 : Brass Section59 : Tuba 60 : Muted Trumpet 63 : Synth Brass 1 64 : Synth Brass 2

    65 : Soprano Sax 66 : Alto Sax 69 : Oboe 70 : English Horn67 : Tenor Sax 68 : Baritone Sax 71 : Bassoon 72 : Clarinet

    73 : Piccolo 74 : Flute 77 : Bottle Blow 78 : Shakuhachi75 : Recorder 76 : Pan Flute 79 : Whistle 80 : Ocarina

    81 : Square Lead 82 : Sawtooth Lead 85 : Charang Lead 86 : Voice Lead83 : Caliope Lead 84 : Chiff Lead 87 : Fifth Lead 88 : Bass +Lead

    89 : New Age Pad 90 : Warm Pad 93 : Bowed Pad 94 : Metallic Pad91 : PolySynthPad 92 : Choir Pad 95 : Halo Pad 96 : Sweep Pad

    97 : Rain 98 : Sound Track 01 : Brightness 102 : Goblins99 : Crystal 100 : Atmosphere 103 : Echoes 104 : Sci-Fi

    105 : Sitar 106 : Banjo 09 : Kalimba 110 : Bagpipe107 : Shamisen 108 : Koto1 111 : Fiddle 112 : Shanai

    113 : Tinkle Bell 114 : Agogo 117 : Taiko Drum 118 : Melodic Tom115 : Steel Drums 116 : Woodblock 119 : Synth Drum 120 : Rvrs. Cymbal

    121 : Gtr. Fret Noise 122 : Breath Noise 125 : Phone Ring 126 : Helicopter123 : Seashore 124 : Bird Tweet 127 : Applause 128 : Gunshot

    PIANO

    VIBES

    ORGAN

    GUITAR

    BASS

    VIOLIN

    STRINGS

    STL.DRUM

    BANJO

    SYNTH FX

    SYNTH

    SYNTH LEAD

    FLUTE

    SAXOPHONE

    TRUMPET

    SOUND FX

    Piano

    Chromatic Percussion

    Organ

    Guitar

    Bass

    Strings

    Ensemble

    Brass

    Reed

    Pipe

    Synth. Lead

    Synth. Pad

    Synth. Effects

    Ethnic

    Percussion

    Sound Effects

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    STYLE LISTGroup A Group B

    1 : R & B 2 : Rap3 : Dance 4 : Funk

    5 : Big Band 6 : Jazz Band7 : Jazz Waltz 1 8 : Jazz Waltz 2

    9 : Swing 10 : Swing Band 13 : Blues 1 14 : Blues 211 : Jazz 1 12 : Jazz 2

    15 : Ballad 1 16 : Ballad 2 19 : 8 Beat 2 20 : 8 Beat 317 : Slow Rock 18 : 8 Beat 1

    21 : Rhumba Tyme22 : Rhumba 25 : Mambo23 : Cha Cha 24 : Cha Cha Twist

    26 : March 27 : Calypso 30 : Polka28 : Gospel 1 29 : Gospel 2

    31 : Pop 32 : Disco 35 : 16 Beat33 : Dance 34 : Dance Pop

    36 : Jive Band 37 : Boogie 40 : Tango38 : Waltz 39 : Fox Trot

    41 : Rock 42 : Shuffle 45 : Country 243 : Shuffle Rock 44 : Country 1

    46 : Bossa Nova 47 : Bossa Nueva 50 : Reggae48 : Samba 49 : Salsa

    R & B

    BIG BAND

    SWING

    S. BALLAD

    RHUMBA

    LATIN

    ROCK

    OLDIES

    POP

    ACOUSTIC

    R & B

    Big Band

    Swing

    S. Ballad

    Rhumba

    Acoustic

    Pop

    Oldies

    Rock

    Latin

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    DRUM KIT LISTDRUM KIT LIST 1

    No.-Key

    27-Eb128-E129-F130-F#131-G132-G#133-A134-Bb135-B136-C237-C#238-D239-Eb240-E241-F242-F#243-G244-G#245-A246-Bb247-B248-C349-C#350-D351-Eb352-E353-F354-F#355-G356-G#357-A358-Bb359-B360-C461-C#462-D463-Eb464-E465-F466-F#467-G468-G#469-A470-Bb471-B472-C573-C#574-D575-Eb576-E577-F578-F#579-G580-G#581-A582-Bb583-B584-C685-C#686-D687-Eb6

    Standard (0)P-1: StandardHigh QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellKick Drum 2Kick Drum 1Side StickSnare Drum 2Hand ClapSnare Drum 1Low Floor Tom 2Close Hi-hatLow Floor Tom 1Pedal Hi-hatLow TomOpen Hi-hatLow-mid TomHi-mid TomCrash Cymbal 1High TomRide Cymbal 1Chinese CymbalRide BellTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellCrash Cymbal 2Vibra SlapRide Cymbal 2Hi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    Room (8)P-2: RoomHigh QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellKick Drum 2Kick Drum 1Side StickSnare Drum 2Hand ClapSnare Drum 1Room Low Floor Tom 2Close Hi-hatRoom Low Floor Tom 1Pedal Hi-hatRoom Low TomOpen Hi-hatRoom Low-mid TomRoom Hi-mid TomCrash Cymbal 1Room High TomRide Cymbal 1Chinese CymbalRide BellTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellCrash Cymbal 2Vibra SlapRide Cymbal 2Hi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    Power (16)P-3: PowerHigh QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellKick Drum 2Power Kick DrumSide StickPower Snare Drum 2Hand ClapPower Snare Drum 1Low Floor Tom 2Close Hi-hatLow Floor Tom 1Pedal Hi-hatLow TomOpen Hi-hatLow-mid TomHi-mid TomCrash Cymbal 1High TomRide Cymbal 1Chinese CymbalRide BellTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellCrash Cymbal 2Vibra SlapRide Cymbal 2Hi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    Electronic (24)P-4: ElectronicHigh QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellKick Drum 2Elec Kick DrumSide StickElec Snare Drum 2Hand ClapPower Snare Drum 1Elec Low Floor Tom 2Close Hi-hatElec Low Floor Tom 1Pedal Hi-hatElec Low TomOpen Hi-hatElec Low-mid TomElec Hi-mid TomCrash Cymbal 1Elec High TomRide Cymbal 1Reverse CymbalRide BellTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellCrash Cymbal 2Vibra SlapRide Cymbal 2Hi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    TR-808 (25)P-5: TR-808High QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellKick Drum 2Synth Kick Drum 1Synth Side StickSynth Snare DrumHand ClapSnare Drum 1Synth Low Floor Tom 2Synth Close Hi-hatSynth Low Floor Tom 1Synth Pedal Hi-hatSynth Low TomSynth Open Hi-hatSynth Low-mid TomSynth Hi-mid TomSynth Crash Cymbal 1Synth High TomRide Cymbal 1Chinese CymbalRide BellTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellCrash Cymbal 2Vibra SlapRide Cymbal 2Hi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    Please note: In the first title row the number in the bracket, after the kit name, is the MIDI program number. The Drum kits name andnumber that are shown on the LCD display are listed in the second title row. The No. refers to MIDI note number, andKey refers to the key on the piano. A blank space in the table mean there is no sound there. Keys from A0 to D1 soundas timpani, except for in Kit 9, the effects kit. Keys from E6 to C8 sound the same as the D#1 to B6 keys.

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    DRUM KIT LIST 2

    No.-Key

    27-Eb128-E129-F130-F#131-G132-G#133-A134-Bb135-B136-C237-C#238-D239-Eb240-E241-F242-F#243-G244-G#245-A246-Bb247-B248-C349-C#350-D351-Eb352-E353-F354-F#355-G356-G#357-A358-Bb359-B360-C461-C#462-D463-Eb464-E465-F466-F#467-G468-G#469-A470-Bb471-B472-C573-C#574-D575-Eb576-E577-F578-F#579-G580-G#581-A582-Bb583-B584-C685-C#686-D687-Eb6

    DRUM KIT LIST

    Jazz (32)P-6: JazzHigh QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellJazz Bass Drum70 Bass Drum 1Side StickSnare Drum 2Hand ClapSnare Drum 1Low Floor Tom 2Close Hi-hatLow Floor Tom 1Pedal Hi-hatLow TomOpen Hi-hatLow-mid TomHi-mid TomCrash Cymbal 1High TomRide Cymbal 1Chinese CymbalRide BellTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellCrash Cymbal 2Vibra SlapRide Cymbal 2Hi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    Brush (40)P-7: BrushHigh QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellJazz Bass Drum70 Bass DrumSide StickBrush TapBrush SlapBrush SwirlLow Floor Tom 2Close Hi-hatLow Floor Tom 1Pedal Hi-hatLow TomOpen Hi-hatLow-mid TomHi-mid TomCrash Cymbal 1High TomRide Cymbal 1Chinese CymbalRide BellTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellCrash Cymbal 2Vibra SlapRide Cymbal 2Hi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    Orchestra (48)P-8: OrchestraHigh QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellOrche Bass Drum 2Orche Bass Drum 1Side StickOrche Snare Drum 2Hand ClapOrche Snare Drum 1Timpani FTimpani F#Timpani GTimpani G#Timpani ATimpani A#Timpani BTimpani CTimpani C#Timpani DTimpani D#Timpani ETimpani FTambourineSplash CymbalCowbellOrche Crash CymbalVibra SlapOrche CymbalHi BongoLow BongoMute CongaHi CongaLow CongaHigh TimbaleLow TimbaleHigh AgogoLow AgogoCabasaMaracasShort WhistleLong WhistleShort GuiroLong GuiroClavesHi Wood BlockLow Wood BlockMute CuicaOpen CuicaMute TriangleOpen TriangleCabasaShakerBelltreeCastanetsMute SurdoOpen Surdo

    Effects (56)P-10: SFX

    High-QSlapScratch PushScratch PullStickSquare ClickMetronome ClickMetronome BellGtr. Cut Noise1 (down)Gtr. Cut Noise2 (up)Bass SlapBass PickKey ClickLaughingScreamingPunchHeart BeatFootstep 1Footstep 2ApplauseDoor CreakingDoor ClosingScratchWind ChimeCar Engine StartingCar CrashCar PassPolice SirenTrainJet PlaneHelicopterStarshipGun ShotLaser GunExplosionHorse GallopBirdsRainThunderWindSea ShoreStreamBubble

    Please note: In the first title row the number in the bracket, after the kit name, is the MIDI program number. The Drum kits name andnumber that are shown on the LCD display are listed in the second title row. The No. refers to MIDI note number, andKey refers to the key on the piano. A blank space in the table mean there is no sound there. Keys from A0 to D1 soundas timpani, except for in Kit 9, the effects kit. Keys from E6 to C8 sound the same as the D#1 to B6 keys.

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    SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONS

    PIANO88-note, hammer-action piano

    POLYPHONY: 64

    VOICES128 Voices16 quick select voice buttons

    VOICE MODEUpperLayer (dual) voiceLower (split) voice

    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT STYLE50 Auto accompaniment stylesten quick select style buttons

    AUTO BASS CHORD MODEOne FingerFingeredPianoOff

    CONTROLSPower: On/OffMain Volume Control: Min-MaxBass LevelTreble LevelMicrophone Volume LevelMicrophone Echo LevelAccomp Volume/Piano Volume Balance

    DISPLAY: Graphic Backlit LCD

    REGISTRATION MEMORY: 24

    DEMONSTRATION: 13 songs plus55 Lesson songs

    RECORDING: Four melody tracks andone accompaniment track

    ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROLSynchronized StartIntroduction/EndingStart/StopFill-InFill to VariationFadeAuto harmony (three types)

    SETUP CONTROL

    Performance: Velocity, Split point, Transpose, ScreenHold, Tune, Fixed Level, Fade Time, Octave Shift

    Key Mode: Manual Bass, Lower HoldHarmony: Trio, Duet, OctaveSustain: Upper, Layer, LowerReverb: 8 Reverb settings, Upper, Layer, Lower LevelsEffects: 8 Effects settings, Upper, Layer, Lower LevelsChord (Accomp Finger Mode): One Finger, Fingered,

    Piano, OFFPedal Assign: Start/Stop, Fill, Intro/Ending, Lower HoldPercussion Setup: OFF, 8 Drum Kits, 1 Sound Effect KitMetronome Setup: Time Signature, Tempo, Sound, Volume

    AUXILIARY JACKSHeadphone x 2Line OutPower InMIDI In/Out

    PEDALSSustain PedalAssignable Function PedalSoft Pedal

    VOLTAGE: AC 120V

    AMPLIFIER: 60W X 60W, 4 speakers

    DIMENSIONS58.5W X 23.5D X 34H

    WEIGHT: 235 lbs

    STANDARD ACCESSORIESAC ChordOwners manual

    OPTIONAL ACCESSORIESMatching BenchHeadphones

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    WARRANTY

    This product, except the exterior cosmetic parts, is warrantedby the Suzuki Corporation to the original purchaser to be freefrom defects in material and workmanship under normal useas follows:

    1. For a period of one year from the date of purchase, theSuzuki Corporation will pay the labor charges to repair thedefective product. After this one year period, you must payall labor charges.

    2. In addition, the Suzuki Corporation will supply, at nocharge, new or rebuilt replacements for defective parts for aperiod of one year from the date of purchase.

    In the event repairs are needed, the original purchaser willreturn the product to an Authorized Suzuki Retail Center withthe proof of purchase. The dealer will then repair the product orreturn it to the Suzuki distribution center in San Diego, California forrepairs. Upon completion of the repair, the unit will be returned tothe dealer freight prepaid. This warranty will not apply to this productif it has been misused, abused, or altered. This warranty is void ifthe product has been opened. Without limiting the foregoing,bending, dropping of unit, or visible cracks and/or scratches arepresumed to be defects resulting from misuse or abuse.

    Neither this warranty nor any other warranty expressed or implied,including implied warranties of merchantable, shall extend beyondthe warranty period. No responsibility is assumed for any incidentalor consequential damages.

    In the United States Contact:Suzuki CorporationSan Diego Distribution CenterP.O. Box 261030San Diego, CA 92196

    In all other Countries Contact: Original retailer where productwas purchased for additional warranty details.

    WARRANTY

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    SUZUKIcomposer ensemble

    SUZUKI

    OWNERS MANUAL

    HP-275eHP-175e

    P.O. BOX 261030SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92196

    (858) 566-9710Visit us on the web at www.suzukipianos.com

    Copyright 2003 Suzuki Musical Instrument Corporation

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