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Before using the instrument, be sure to read "PRECAUTIONS" on pages 4-5.
For information on assembling the instrument, refer to the instructions at the end of this manual.


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Summary of Contents for Yamaha Electone STAGEA ELB-02

  • Page 1 ELB-02 Owner’s Manual Before using the instrument, be sure to read “PRECAUTIONS” on pages 4-5. For information on assembling the instrument, refer to the instructions at the end of this manual.
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  • Page 4: Precautions

    If you notice any abnormality should appear to be malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel. • When one of the following problems occur, immediately turn off the power switch and disconnect the electric plug from the outlet. Then have the device inspected by Yamaha service personnel.
  • Page 5 Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed. Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use.
  • Page 6: Notice

    • This product incorporates and bundles contents in which Yamaha owns copyrights or with respect to which Yamaha has license to use others' copyrights. Due to copyright laws and other relevant laws, you are NOT allowed to distribute media in which these contents are saved or recorded and remain virtually the same or very similar to those in the product.
  • Page 7: About This Manual

    Voice selection, expanded Voice parameters, and integrated effect processing. XG is a major enhancement of the GM System Level 1 format, and was developed by Yamaha specifically to provide more Voices and variations, as well as greater expressive control over Voices and effects, and to ensure compatibility of data well into the future.
  • Page 8: Congratulations

    Congratulations! Thank you for purchasing this Yamaha Electone! We recommend that you read this manual carefully so that you can fully take advantage of the advanced and convenient functions of the instrument. We also recommend that you keep this manual in a safe and handy place for future reference.
  • Page 9: About The Manuals

    MIDI Reference Contains MIDI related information such as MIDI Data Format and the MIDI Implementation Chart. To obtain these manuals, access the Yamaha Downloads website, select your country, enter “ELB-02” in the Model Name box, then click [Search]. Yamaha Downloads
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Contents PRECAUTIONS..............4 Rhythm/Keyboard Percussion NOTICE ................6 Selecting rhythms with the Rhythm buttons ...... 68 Information................6 To select and play a rhythm........68 Congratulations! ..............8 Operating the rhythm from the panel ......71 Included Accessories............8 Adjusting the tempo ..........73 About the Manuals..............
  • Page 11 Changing the Tempo ..........158 Repeat Playback............159 Quick Introductory Playing Back XG Songs ........... 160 Guide Other Operations — Copy, Delete, etc......161 Copy................. 161 Song Delete/Folder Delete........164 Creating folders ............165 Converting to XG format .......... 166 Basic Operation Checking the Remaining Memory......
  • Page 12: Main Features

    Main Features Wide Variety of Registration Menus page 20 The Registration Menu buttons feature a total of 601 Registrations, allowing you to instantly set up the Electone for playing your favorite type of music. The Registrations in Registration Menu are divided into six basic categories for ease of selection.
  • Page 13: Panel Controls And Terminals

    Panel Controls and Terminals Overview Upper Keyboard page 29 Music Rest page 8 Lower Keyboard page 29 [USB TO DEVICE] terminal page 183 MIDI terminals page 183 [USB TO DEVICE] terminal Front Panel page 183 [USB TO HOST] terminal [AUX IN] jack page 183 page 182 [AC IN] jack...
  • Page 14: Front Panel

    Front Panel Panel Setup (Panel Settings) By using the controls on the panel, you can make various settings such as selecting a Voice or Style, tuning the pitch, and so on. These settings of the instrument are together referred to as “panel setup” or “panel settings” in this manual. [VOICE SECTION 2] LEAD VOICE LCD display...
  • Page 15 Page buttons DATA CONTROL dial Selects the Page Selects the setting or of the display value in the display (page 26). (page 25). Data Control [A] – [D] buttons Selects items and changes the values/ [9-16] button [MEMORY] button settings in the REGISTRATION display (page 25).
  • Page 16: Quick Introductory Guide

    Quick Introductory Guide Power Supply Connect the plugs of the power cord in the order shown in the illustration. WARNING Use only the supplied power cord. CAUTION When setting up the product, make sure that the AC outlet you are using is easily accessible.
  • Page 17: Adjusting The Volume

    When you turn on the Electone, the following displays will appear one after the other on the LCD display: This last display, Voice Display, shows you the currently assigned voice settings for each Voice section (page 31). CAUTION Even when the [P] (Standby/On) switch is in standby status, electricity Press and hold the [P] (Standby/On) switch for about a second to...
  • Page 18: Adjusting The Contrast Of The Display

    Adjusting the Contrast of the Display You can adjust the contrast of the display. Press the [UTILITY] button on the panel to call up the Utility display. Since the contrast setting is set in Utility display Page 1, select Page 1 with the page buttons if another page is shown.
  • Page 19: Using Headphones

    Using Headphones To use headphones, connect them to the PHONES jack (standard stereo phone jack). CAUTION Do not use the headphones for a long period of time at a high or uncomfortable volume level, since this can cause permanent hearing loss. Standard stereo phone plug ELB-02 Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 20: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Registration Menu NOTE The Registration Menu is a simple, highly convenient way to instantly change all the Additional basic Electone settings for playing in specific music styles. A Registration consists of panel Registrations are preset on the Registration Memory settings including the selected Upper Keyboard Voices, Lower Keyboard Voices, locations from 1 to 16.
  • Page 21 Changing Pages Page buttons REGISTRATION MENU buttons [1] – [5] contain two display pages: “01” and “02, ” each of which contain two different sets of Registrations. Page 01 features the same Registration Menu as that of the ELB-01, while Page 02 features new Registration Menus for the ELB-02.
  • Page 22: Registration Menu List

    Registration Menu List                                                   WWCombi 2 Fl/Cl SimpleReg Pops 1 [ 0 ] BASIC...
  • Page 23 Discotheque Rock GlxyBattleship*B Movie Ballad *A [ 2 ] POPS&ROCK Slow Hand Ballad J-Pop Anime *A Movie Ballad *B Sweet AC Ballad J-Pop Anime *B Movie Ballad *C Page 01 70s PrimeTime TV 70s Honey Movie Ballad *D Dynamic 8Beat Crossover Funk 70s Hero Page 02...
  • Page 24 The Swing Jazz Japanese Sound Trad Irish Pipe [ 4 ] JAZZ&LATIN New Orleans Jazz OrchestraMarch*A Irish Ballad Ragtime Band OrchestraMarch*B ChinaSweetBallad Page 01 Funky Cat Groove OrchestraMarch*C ChinaRomanticBld Blow On Sax Afro Cuban Jazz OrchestraMarch*D China Dance Beat Sax Ensemble Guitar JazzWaltz Pasodoble *A China Kung Fu...
  • Page 25: Using The Lcd Display

    Using the LCD display Many of the Electone’s operations are done from the LCD display. Pressing a button on the panel automatically calls up the relevant function for the corresponding button in the display. Depending on the display that appears, you can conveniently perform various functions and change values/settings by using the [A] –...
  • Page 26: Changing The Display Page

    Changing the Display Page                                       Page buttons Display name Page...
  • Page 27: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Selecting the Display Language                                       The LCD display can be shown in two languages, English and Japanese.
  • Page 28: Confirming The Version Of Your Electone

    While holding down the ENDING [1] button, turn the power back Release the ENDING [1] button after the Voice Display appears. Confirming the Version of Your Electone                                       You can confirm the version of your Electone by the following procedure.
  • Page 29: Voices

    Voices This Electone features hundreds of high quality Voices. Any of these Voices can be used on the Upper Keyboard, Lower Keyboard and Pedalboard. Up to four Voice sections are available on the Upper Keyboard for playing together in a layer, while the Lower Keyboard and Pedalboard each have two Voice sections.
  • Page 30 Voices for the Lower Keyboard Up to two different Voice sections are available on the Lower Keyboard for playing together: Lower Keyboard Voice 1 and Lower Keyboard Voice 2. Voices for each section can be selected from the panel’s “LOWER KEYBOARD VOICE 1/2” section. Voices for the Lower Keyboard 1 and Lower Keyboard 2 Voices for Pedalboard Reference Page...
  • Page 31: Voice Display

    Voice Display The Voice Display allows you to easily check which Voices are being used for each keyboard. It also allows you to set whether the Voice for each section sounds or not by changing the On/Off status in the display. How to call up the Voice Display: Pressing the [VOICE DISPLAY] button in the DISPLAY SELECT section selects the Voice Display.
  • Page 32 When Voice section 1 is selected ([VOICE SECTION 2] button is off) Upper Keyboard Voice 1 Lead Voice 1 Lower Keyboard Voice 1 Pedal Voice 1 From this display, you can check which Voices have been selected for Voice section 1 on each keyboard (Upper Keyboard Voice 1, Lead Voice 1, Lower Keyboard Voice 1 and Pedal Voice 1).
  • Page 33: Selecting Voices With The Voice Buttons

    Selecting Voices with the Voice buttons Since selection of Voices follows the same procedure throughout all Voice sections, instructions for only the Upper Keyboard Voice 1 of the Voice section 1 are given here. For details on how to select a Voice of Voice section 2, see page 37. Selecting Voices for Voice section 1 ...
  • Page 34: Adjusting The Voice Volume

    Select the Voice in the Voice menu display by rotating the DATA CONTROL dial. You can also select by pressing the [A]/[D] buttons. Now go on to select voices for the Lower keyboard and Pedalboard as you did for the Upper keyboard above.
  • Page 35 Pressing a Voice button once calls up the Voice Menu display for the selected button. Pressing it a second time calls up the Voice Condition display. Successive presses alternate between the two displays. Voice Menu Display Voice Condition Display From the Voice Condition display, you can control Voice-related parameters such as Pan, Effect, Volume, and so on.
  • Page 36: Selecting A Voice For Voice Section 2

    Selecting a Voice for Voice section 2 This feature lets you blend two Voices together—Voice section 1 with a different Voice in Voice section 2. This is useful for creating rich textures in the sound, playing the two Voices in a layer. For details on how to select a Voice for Voice section 1, see page 33.
  • Page 37: Selecting Voices For Voice Section 2

    Selecting Voices for Voice Section 2                                       Since selection of Voices for Voice section 2 follows the same procedure throughout all Keyboard sections, instructions for only the Upper Keyboard, Upper Keyboard Voice 2, are given here.
  • Page 38 Press one of the Volume buttons of the UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 1/2 section on the panel to increase the Volume level for the Upper Keyboard Voice 2. Since the default Volume level for Voice section 2 is set to minimum, the Upper Keyboard Voice 2, Lead Voice 2, Lower Keyboard Voice 2 and Pedal Voice 2 will produce no sound even after you select the Voices for Voice section 2.
  • Page 39: Selecting Voices From The User Buttons

    NOTE About the Solo function The [TO LOWERD/SOLO] button functions as Solo when the [VOICE SECTION 2] button lights up, and function as TO LOWER when the [VOICE SECTION 2] is off. The ELS series Electone features an exclusive Solo function letting you instantly switch to a solo Lead Voice in the middle of your performance, muting all other Upper Keyboard Voices.
  • Page 40 For example, select Pedal Voice “5: Contrabass 5” for User button [1] in Upper Keyboard Voice 1. Make sure that the lamp of [Voice section 2] is off. If the [Voice section 2] lamp is lit, press the [VOICE SECTION 2] button to turn the lamp off, and select Voice section 1.
  • Page 41 Directly selecting the category To directly select the desired category, hold down one of the User buttons and simultaneously press the desired Voice button. . While holding down the User button..Press the Voice button. Select “5: CONTRABASS 5” by using the DATA CONTROL dial. Now you’ve assigned Contrabass 5 to be called up by User button [1] in Upper Keyboard Voice 1.
  • Page 42: Voice List

    Voices having the prefix “S-” at the beginning of the name. For details on the effects that are produced by playing the Super Articulation Voices, refer to the Description column. “AEM” is the trademark of Yamaha’s leading-edge tone generation technology. • Auto Articulation Voices Voices which produce effects by playing the keyboard when setting AUTO ARTICULATION (page 59) to ON in page 6 of the Voice Condition display.
  • Page 43 Category Voice Name Description CONTRABASS Contrabass 1 These sounds are used for the lowest pitched parts. Variations range from deep to solo-type sounds. Contrabass 2 Contrabass 3 Contrabass 4 Contrabass 5 Contrabass 6 Pizzicato Bass 1 These are the sounds of contrabass being plucked by finger. Pizzicato Bass 2 Acoustic Bass 1 These acoustic bass sounds are ideal for jazz.
  • Page 44 Category Voice Name Description BRASS/ Tuba 1 This instrument is meant to be played in the lower octaves and has a rich, stable sound that supports TRUMPET brass band and orchestra. It has a wide expressive range, and is often used in playing humorous Tuba 2 phrases.
  • Page 45 Category Voice Name Description TUTTI Brass & Sax 1 This is a brass section and sax ensemble. Brass & Sax 2 Brass & Sax 3 Brass & Winds This is a brass section and woodwind ensemble. Orchestra Hit 1 These are popular, widely used sampled sounds in which the many instruments of the orchestra play together on one chord or note.
  • Page 46 Category Voice Name Description SYNTH Synth Lead 1 These special synth sounds are designed for solo parts and lead lines. Included is a synth Voice that has a strong layered fourth interval below the main pitch. Synth Lead 2 Synth Lead 3 Synth Lead 4 Synth Lead 5 Synth Lead 6...
  • Page 47 Category Voice Name Description SYNTH Synth Strs 1 These are spacious synth strings sounds. Synth Strs 2 Synth Strs 3 Synth Strs 4 Synth Strs 5 Synth Strs 6 Synth Strs 7 Synth Strs 8 Synth Strs 9 Synth Strs 10 Light SynStrings This is a useful synth strings sound.
  • Page 48 Category Voice Name Description ORGAN Vin Organ Slow 1 These vintage organ sounds feature a rotary speaker at slow speed. Vin Organ Slow 2 VintageOrganFast This vintage organ sound features a rotary speaker at fast speed. Pop Organ 1 These are multi-purpose organ sounds. Pop Organ 2 Pop Organ 3 Pop Organ 4...
  • Page 49 Category Voice Name Description GUITAR Steel Guitar 1 These sounds are acoustic guitar with steel strings. Steel Guitar 2 S-Steel Guitar 1 This is a Super Articulation Voice that features hammering or slides only if you play an accented legato note that is between a minor 2nd and a perfect 4th above the current note.
  • Page 50 Category Voice Name Description TIMPANI Timpani 1 This dramatic sounding percussion instrument is unlike most drums in that it produces a definite pitch. It adds extra power and dynamic impact when played in unison with other instruments and plays a very Timpani 2 important role in orchestral music.
  • Page 51 Category Voice Name Description WORLD Ma Tou Qin This two-stringed bowed instrument has been passed down through generations by Mongolian nomads. It is also known as the “horse-headed violin,” and features a strong yet sometimes delicate tone. Di Zi This is a Chinese flute. It features a unique sound produced by the vibration of a thinly stretched membrane.
  • Page 52: Voice Controls And Effects

    Voice Controls and Effects The Electone is equipped with two general kinds of functions that can be used to change the sound of the Voices: Voice Controls and Effects. Each Voice has been given certain factory-preset effect settings to best enhance its sound. However, if you wish, you can change the sound to suit your preferences by using the controls and effects described in this section.
  • Page 53: Selecting From The Voice Condition Display

    Selecting from the Voice Condition display To call up the Voice Condition display: Choose a Voice on the panel, then press the same button on the panel again. The Voice Condition display appears. Voice Condition Display Currently selected page Each voice group’s Voice Condition (except for Lead Voice) consists of five display pages.
  • Page 54 Voice Condition [Page 1] In this display, you can adjust the basic Voice controls, including volume and reverb send level. 1 Volume Fine adjustment of the Voice volume. See page 34 for more information. 2 Reverb Reference Page Determines the amount of reverb applied to each Voice section. Reverb Depth (page 61) When the Reverb Depth setting in the Reverb display is set to the minimum, the setting here will have no effect.
  • Page 55: Initial Touch

    Voice Condition [Page 2] Press the Page buttons to select Page 2. When the Pedal Voice is selected When the Pedal Voice is selected, the Initial Touch, After Touch and Touch Vibrato values are displayed in parentheses. Although you cannot use these functions with the Pedal Voices on the Pedalboard, you can use them with the Pedal Voices on the Lower Keyboard when you turn the To Lower function to on...
  • Page 56 Voice Condition [Page 3] Press the Page buttons to select Page 3. Vibrato The Vibrato function varies the level of the Voices, making them sound warmer and more animated. This effect is applied independently to each Voice section. For some Voices, vibrato may not be effective at all or the effect may not sound as expected.
  • Page 57 Voice Condition [Page 4] Press the Page buttons to select Page 4. Effect Category Effect You can select the effects applied to each Voice section. 1 Effect Category You can select the Effect Category applied to each Voice section. The effect type that best matches and is most suited to the currently selected sound PRESET is automatically selected.
  • Page 58: Effect Parameters

    2 Effect Type Reference Page Effect types are displayed corresponding to the selected effect category. Effect List (page 64) Effect Parameters You can set the parameters of effect type in 3 and 4 below. Generally, the effect parameters settings are optimally balanced for the selected effect type, so there is no need to follow the steps below unless you want to change the setting.
  • Page 59 Voice Condition [Page 6] (only for Lead Voice) Press the Page buttons to select Page 6. In this Page, you can set whether or not the Slide function/Auto Articulation function is applied to the Lead Voice, and how the monophonic Lead Voice 2 responds to your polyphonic playing (with Last or Top mode).
  • Page 60: Rotary Speaker

    Rotary Speaker                                       Select “Rotary Speaker”...
  • Page 61: Selecting From The Panel

    Once the Rotary Speaker effect has been turned on and set, you can control the effect in real time from the panel (in UTILITY) or conveniently from the Left Footswitch. Control the Rotary Speaker effect from the panel or from the Left Footswitch.
  • Page 62 NOTE 1 Depth Depending on the reverb Determines the depth of reverberation or the level of the reflected sounds. Coarse depth value (set in the reverb depth settings are made with the panel REVERB buttons. The REVERB buttons Reverb display), two let you make coarse adjustment over a five-step range to the reverb depth, while this adjacent REVERB button lamps may be lit at the same...
  • Page 63: Sustain

    Sustain                                       The sustain effect, selectable for the Upper, Lower and Pedal Voices, causes Voices to gradually fade out when the keys are released.
  • Page 64: Effect List

    Effect List EFFECT TYPE Description EFFECT TYPE Description REVERB TEMPO ECHO Tempo-synchronized echo. HALL 1 Reverb simulating the acoustics of a hall. TEMPO CROSS1 Tempo-synchronized cross delay. HALL 2 TEMPO CROSS2 HALL 3 TEMPO CROSS3 HALL M TEMPO CROSS4 HALL L ER/KARAOKE XG HALL 1 ER 1...
  • Page 65 EFFECT TYPE Description EFFECT TYPE Description V_FLANGER Simulates an analog flanger. Irregular LFO DUAL ROTSP 1 More complex and textured simulation of waveforms can also be selected. the independent rotation of the rotary DUAL ROTSP 2 speaker horn and rotor. (Bright / Warm) TEMP FLANGER Tempo-synchronized flanger.
  • Page 66 EFFECT TYPE Description EFFECT TYPE Description XG CMP+DT+DL Compressor, Distortion and Delay B LGND D CLN British stack amp simulator with crunch connected in series. sound settings. XG CMP+OD+DL Compressor, Overdrive and Delay US CMB TWIN Simulates an American combo amp. connected in series.
  • Page 67 EFFECT TYPE Description EFFECT TYPE Description WAH+DIST+DLY Wah, Distortion and Delay connected in VOICE CANCEL Attenuates the vocal part of a CD or other series. source. XG WH+DST+DL TALKING MOD Adds a vowel sound to the input signal. WAH+ODRV+DLY Wah, Overdrive and Delay connected in series.
  • Page 68: Rhythm/Keyboard Percussion

    Rhythm/Keyboard Percussion Rhythm/Keyboard Percussion This Electone features hundreds different real rhythms featuring actual drum and percussion sampled sounds. Automatic Accompaniment functions are used with the rhythms, providing appropriate and completely automatic accompaniment to match the style of the selected rhythm. Moreover, the Electone has a Keyboard Percussion feature that allows you to directly play drum and percussion sounds from the Upper/Lower keyboards and Pedalboard.
  • Page 69 Select the Rhythm in the Rhythm Menu display by rotating the DATA CONTROL dial. You can also select by pressing the [A]/[D] buttons. Here, we’ve selected “12: Dancefloor. ” Reference Page Press the [START] button to immediately start the rhythm. Operating the rhythm from the panel (page 71) Reference Page...
  • Page 70 Rhythm Structure Each rhythm is made up of “sections. ” Since each section is a variation of the basic rhythm, you can use them to add “spice” to your performance and mix up the beats while you are playing. You can freely change the section while the rhythm is played back. INTRO This is used for the beginning of the song.
  • Page 71: Operating The Rhythm From The Panel

    Operating the rhythm from the panel                                       You can turn the rhythm on/off and switch the sections as desired by pressing the buttons on the panel.
  • Page 72 To switch the rhythm sections: You can change the rhythm section of the Main phrase by pressing the desired MAIN/FILL IN [A] – [D] button. The selected section’s lamp (above the button) lights. To use the Fill In patterns: As you play the Electone along with the rhythm, occasionally press the selected MAIN/FILL button as desired.
  • Page 73: Adjusting The Tempo

    Adjusting the tempo                                       You can adjust the rhythm tempo by pressing the TEMPO buttons.
  • Page 74: Changing The Rhythm Volume/Reverb

    Changing the rhythm volume/reverb                                       You can adjust the rhythm volume or amount of reverb applied to the rhythms and the percussion sounds used in the rhythms in the Rhythm Condition display.
  • Page 75: Selecting Rhythms From The User Buttons

    Selecting rhythms from the User buttons As with the Voice sections, the Rhythm section also has User buttons (numbered 1 or 2) from which rhythms can be selected. You can select original User rhythms that have been created with this Electone or other models equipped with the Rhythm Pattern Program function (such as the ELS series).
  • Page 76 Select the “25: Modern Shuffle” rhythm with the DATA CONTROL dial. This step assigns “25: Modern Shuffle” to the User button [1]. You can call up the “25: Modern Shuffle” the next time you press the [1] button. To call up a User rhythm User rhythms created on other Electones that have Rhythm Pattern Programming functions, such as the ELS series, can be selected and played from the User buttons in the panel Rhythm section.
  • Page 77: Rhythm List

    Rhythm List This list shows all available rhythms on the Electone. MARCH 18 Romantic Waltz 40 Organ Groove 07 Frankly Soul 19 Classical Menuet POPS 08 Live Soul Band 01 Simple March 20 Green Fantasia 09 Soul Swing 02 Simple 6/8 March 01 Simple 8Beat Pop 10 6/8 Soul 03 Marching Band 1...
  • Page 78 22 Salsa 04 8Beat Modern 15 ChartRockShuffle 18 Disco Fox 23 Montuno 05 16Beat Ballad 1 16 Chart Piano Shfl 19 Disco Philly 24 Calypso 06 16Beat Ballad 2 17 Beach Rock 20 Disco Teens 1 25 Danzon 07 6/8 Slow Rock 18 Surf Rock 21 Disco Teens 2 26 Bomba...
  • Page 79: Accompaniment

    Accompaniment The Accompaniment function provides arpeggiated chords and other instrumental embellishments when rhythms are used. To use the accompaniment parts, you’ll need to make appropriate settings in the Rhythm Condition display. Select the desired rhythm and press the same button on the panel again.
  • Page 80 Chord 1/Chord 2 These are the rhythmic chord backing parts. This part features sustained chords and commonly uses lush sounds, such as strings and organ. Phrase 1/Phrase 2 These parts are used for various embellishments and riffs that enhance the song, such as brass section accents and chord arpeggios.
  • Page 81 To adjust the volume and amount of reverb applied to the Accompaniment: Make settings in Page 1 of the Rhythm Condition display. Reference Page Select the desired rhythm and then press the same rhythm button Rhythm Condition display on the panel again. (page 74) The Rhythm Condition display appears.
  • Page 82: Automatic Accompaniment-Auto Bass Chord (A.b.c.)

    Automatic Accompaniment—Auto Bass Chord (A.B.C.) The Auto Bass Chord (A.B.C.) function works with the Rhythm section of the Electone to automatically produce bass accompaniment as you play. It adds an entirely new dimension to your performance by effectively putting a full backing band at your disposal.
  • Page 83 1 Off Cancels the Auto Bass Chord function. NOTE 2 Single Finger You can produce major, minor, 7th, and minor 7th chords by simply using one, or at When the A.B.C. function mode is set to Single Finger most, two or three fingers to play the chords. The Single Finger mode provides the or Fingered Chord, the bass fastest and easiest means to obtain many different chord/bass combinations.
  • Page 84 Memory The Memory function is a convenient performance tool in the A.B.C. features that makes playing with the accompaniment even smoother and more fluid. It is available separately for both the Lower keyboard and Pedalboard. To use it, turn Memory on, start the rhythm and play chords and bass notes according to the selected A.B.C.
  • Page 85: Melody On Chord (M.o.c.)

    Melody On Chord (M.O.C.) The Melody On Chord (M.O.C.) feature automatically adds a harmony part to the melodies you play on the Upper keyboard. The harmony is derived from the chords you play on the Lower keyboard—or from the chords that are played for you, if you use Automatic Accompaniment.
  • Page 86 Rhythm Sequence Rhythm Sequence lets you create your own rhythm compositions, connecting together any of the Electone’s existing rhythms as well as original rhythms created on other Electones that have the Rhythm Sequence Program function (such as the ELS series). Although this Electone does not have the full Rhythm Sequence Program function, you can load four rhythm compositions to Sequence numbers [SEQ.1]—[SEQ.4] buttons on the panel for future recall, using the steps below.
  • Page 87 Press the desired sequence numbers [SEQ.1]—[SEQ.4] buttons to turn them on (the respective lamps light). NOTE Sequence numbers [SEQ.1]—[SEQ.4] buttons can be turned on at the same time. Press the [START] button in the Rhythm section to play back the rhythm sequence. Only those sequences set to on can be played.
  • Page 88: Keyboard Percussion

    Keyboard Percussion The Keyboard Percussion function provides many different drum and percussion sounds, playable from the keyboards and Pedalboard. Keyboard Percussion has two different modes, Preset and User. Preset Keyboard Percussion lets you play the preset drum kit sounds from the keyboards (assigned beforehand to the keys), while the User Keyboard Percussion lets you freely assign the drum sounds to any key or pedal you wish.
  • Page 89 Reference Page Play some notes on the keyboards and/or Pedalboard. Recalling the User Keyboard For details of percussion assignments for each kit, see the “Preset Keyboard Percussion (page 104) Percussion List” on page 90. Changing the Keyboard Percussion volume/reverb NOTE The Keyboard Percussion volume and reverb settings made here are commonly...
  • Page 90: Preset Keyboard Percussion List

    Preset Keyboard Percussion List                                                   Indicates the drum/percussion sounds and their key assignments.
  • Page 91 Standard Kit 1 Standard Kit 2 Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Kick – Kick Short Surdo Mute Side Stick Surdo Mute Side Stick Light Surdo Open Snare Surdo Open Snare Short...
  • Page 92 Hit Kit Room Kit Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Kick Tight H – Kick Surdo Mute Stick Ambient Surdo Mute Side Stick Surdo Open Snare Ambient Surdo Open Snare Snappy Hi Q...
  • Page 93 Rock Kit Electro Kit Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Kick Gate – Kick Gate Heavy Surdo Mute Side Stick Surdo Mute Side Stick Surdo Open Snare Rock Surdo Open Snare Noisy 2 Hi Q...
  • Page 94 Analog Kit Dance Kit Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Kick Analog – Kick Techno Surdo Mute Side Stick Anlg Kick Dance 1 Side Stick Anlg Surdo Open Snare Analog Kick Dance 2 Snare Clap...
  • Page 95 Jazz Kit Brush Kit Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Kick Jazz – Kick Jazz Surdo Mute Side Stick Light Surdo Mute Side Stick Light Surdo Open Snare Jazz L Surdo Open Brush Slap 3...
  • Page 96 Symphony Kit Live! Studio Kit Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Gran Cassa Mute – Kick Studio Surdo Mute Side Stick Surdo Mute Side Stick Surdo Open Band Snare Surdo Open Snare Studio M...
  • Page 97 House Kit SFX Kit 1 Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Kick T9 5 – Cutting Noise 1 W Kick Snare T9 Rim – Cutting Noise 2 Disco Fx Snare T9 1 –...
  • Page 98 SFX Kit 2 Noise Kit Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Phone Call – White Noise – Door Squeak – Pink Noise – Door Slam – WhiteNoiseDown 1 –...
  • Page 99 Pop Latin Kit Arabic Kit Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Bongo H Open 1 f – Kick Soft Cajon Low Bongo H Open 3 f – Side Stick Cajon Slap Bongo H Rim...
  • Page 100 China Kit Orchestra Perc Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) Preset 1 (UK) Preset 1 (LK) Preset 2 (PK) – Luo High 1 – Snare Ensemble – Gong Batter Symphonic Gong 1 Sus Cym 1 Roll S –...
  • Page 101: Assigning Sounds To The User Keyboard Percussion

    Assigning sounds to the User Keyboard Percussion                                       You can assign any desired drum and percussion sound to any key or pedal, and NOTE your original setups can be saved to eight memory locations: User 1 through User...
  • Page 102 Use the Page buttons to select the ASSIGN Page. In this Page, you can assign specific drum sounds to any of the keys. 1 Category This allows you to select the desired percussion category using the [A] buttons. Refer to the “Kit Assign List” on page 105. 2 Instrument Names The individual instruments are shown in the display and can be selected with the [B] button.
  • Page 103 NOTE To assign an instrument to a particular key or pedal. Though 40 User Keyboard Simultaneously hold down the Data Control button [C] corresponding to Percussion setups can be “ASS. ” (Assign) and press the key (or pedal) to which the instrument is to be created, they cannot be memorized to Registration assigned.
  • Page 104: Recalling The User Keyboard Percussion

    To erase all instruments: You can clear all assignments in ASSIGN Page of the Keyboard Percussion display. Press, then release the [D] “CLR.” (CLEAR) button in the display. The following display appears, prompting confirmation of the operation. You can cancel the operation at this point by pressing the [D] button corresponding to “CANCEL.
  • Page 105: Kit Assign List

    Kit Assign List                                                   Bongo Low Wood Block H EL Kit...
  • Page 106 Conga L Hi-Hat Pedal PERCUSSION 2 Conga H Mute SNARE DRUM Surdo Mute Tom Room 1 Surdo Open Bongo H Tom Room 2 Snare Rock Bongo L Cuica Mute Tom Room 3 Snare Rock Tight Timbale H Cuica Open Tom Room 4 Snare Noisy Timbale L Cabasa...
  • Page 107 Hand Clap Vibraslap Analog PERCUSSION 3 Electro Kit PERCUSSION 4 PERCUSSION 2 Tambourine Hi Q Hi Q 2 Kick Dance 1 CYMBAL Click Noise Jingle Bells Kick Dance 2 Crash Cymbal 1 Scratch H Bell Tree Dance Breath 1 Crash Cymbal 2 Scratch L Triangle Open Dance Breath 2...
  • Page 108 Brush Tap Swirl Hi-Hat Closed PERCUSSION 1 Live!StudioKit Hi-Hat Pedal Conga H Open Conga L Tom Brush 1 SNARE DRUM CYMBAL Conga H Mute Tom Brush 2 Band Snare Crash Cymbal 1 Bongo H Tom Brush 3 Band Snare 2 Crash Cymbal 2 Bongo L Tom Brush 4...
  • Page 109 Hand Clap Timbale L Siren Lion PERCUSSION 4 Cowbell 1 Train Hi Q Cowbell T8 Jet Plane Claves Starship Click Noise Guiro Long Burst Scratch H Guiro Short Roller Coaster Insects Scratch L Maracas Slur 2 Submarine Frog Seq Click L Seq Click H PERCUSSION 2 Machine Gun...
  • Page 110 Cowbell High 2 Yunluo D Timpani F CYMBAL/SNARE DRUM Claves High Yunluo D# Timpani F# Crash Cymbal 1 Claves Low Crash Cymbal 2 Yunluo E Timpani G Guiro Long Yunluo High F Timpani G# Ride Cymbal 1 Guiro Short Yunluo High F# Timpani A Hi-Hat Open Metal Guiro Long...
  • Page 111: Registration Memory

    Registration Memory Registration Memory is a powerful performance tool that helps you sound like a professional player. It lets you store virtually all the settings you make on the panel and LCD, conveniently allowing you to instantly change all Voice settings and rhythms while you’re playing—simply by pressing a single Registration Memory button.
  • Page 112 To store Registrations 9 – 16 Although this Electone has just eight Registration Memory buttons, up to sixteen Registrations can be stored by turning on the [9-16] button to make the numbered buttons function as 9 – 16. To restore to the 1-8, turn off the [9-16] button. Then, in both cases, all you have to do is simply press the desired numbered button while holding down the [MEMORY] button as described in step 2.
  • Page 113: Selecting Registrations

    Selecting Registrations Simply press the numbered button that corresponds to the Registration you wish to select. (The selected button’s LED lights.) To call up one of the Registrations 9 – 16, turn on the [9-16] button, then press the appropriate numbered button. Example: Calling up Registration Number 11 Turn on the [9-16] button...
  • Page 114 NOTE Using the [DISABLE] button: The Disable function is Keep in mind that rhythm and automatic accompaniment patterns as well as the tempo available even after also change when you select different Registration Memory buttons. There may be times changing the Bank. during your performance when you want to keep the same rhythm going, even when you make Registration Memory changes.
  • Page 115 Use the Page buttons to select Page 1. Press the [B] button to set DISABLE MODE to “NORMAL” or “TEMPO.” NORMAL When the Disable Mode is set to Normal and the [DISABLE] button is on, the following functions will not change, even when you change the Registration Memory number.
  • Page 116: Storing Registrations To Another Bank

    Storing Registrations to Another Bank Registration Memory and Banks The ELB-02 series lets you create up to five Registration Banks A – E, each of which consists of 1 – 16 Registration Memories. Although preset various Registrations are stored to the Number buttons 1 – 16 of only Bank A by default, you can replace them with your original Registrations.
  • Page 117: Deleting Banks

    To store the Registration: NOTE When you try to store Registrations after changing Create your original Registration, then store it to any of the the Bank, a confirmation dialog appears. Confirm Number buttons 1 – 16. (This corresponds to steps 1 – 2 on whether or not you want to page 111.) set the current Bank as the...
  • Page 118: Saving The Registration Data To Usb Flash Drive

    (page 127) Make sure to use one of the compatible USB flash drives listed in the Compatible USB Device List downloadable from the Yamaha website: Use of unsupported devices may result in data saving/recalling operations to abort, etc. Before using a USB flash drive, be sure to read “Connecting a USB Device” on page 132.
  • Page 119 Press the [D] “UNIT” button. The UNIT EDIT display appears. Press the [B] “SAVE” button. A message appears, indicating the Registration data is currently being saved. When the operation is completed, the message closes and the Song name and the Unit number will be shown in the display. The Registration data stored to Banks A –...
  • Page 120: Initializing Registration Memory

    Initializing Registration Memory Deleting all Registration data in Registration Memory initializes the Registration Memory and restores the original factory-programmed Registration Memory NOTE presets. Be careful when using this operation, since it erases all your existing data. In Deleting Banks (page 117) order to avoid inadvertently losing your important data, save it to a USB flash drive.
  • Page 121: Registration Shift

    Registration Shift The Registration Shift function conveniently allows you to change Registrations without needing to take your hands from the keyboards. By using the Right Footswitch on the expression pedal, you can “jump” to a specified Registration or step through the panel Registrations in sequence, either in numeric order or in any order you specify.
  • Page 122 Registration Shift has three modes: Shift, Jump and User. These are set in the REGIST SHIFT (RIGHT) display by successive pressing of the [A] button. Select each in order (Off  Shift  Jump  User). SHIFT JUMP USER 1 Off Turns off the Registration Shift assignment.
  • Page 123 NOTE 3 Jump In the Jump mode, the Right Pressing the Right Footswitch jumps to select the designated panel Registration. Footswitch cannot call up Press the [B] button to select the Jump destination. another Registration Bank. You can confirm the actual Registration Shift in Page 2.
  • Page 124 Call up Page 2 of the REGIST SHIFT (RIGHT) display. [Page 2] REGIST SHIFT (RIGHT) Display Enter the Registration Number NOTE Press the desired numbered button in the Registration Memory To select the Registration from another Bank, select section. desired Bank in the Page 3 If you want to use 9 –...
  • Page 125 NOTICE Repeat steps 1 through 4 above to set additional numbers in the The Registration Shift Registration order. Up to 400 steps with 80 Registrations (16 setting will be automatically saved to the Registrations x 5 Banks) can be memorized. Registration data when you switch to another display.
  • Page 126 Shift End: Determines the end point for the Registration Shift function. Press the Page buttons to select Page 1. Press the [B] button to select the item, then use the DATA CONTROL dial to change the setting. STOP NEXT UNIT 1 Stop Selects the last Registration and quits the operation.
  • Page 127: Music Data Recorder (Mdr)

    Compatible USB flash drives Please make sure to use one of the compatible USB flash drives listed in the Compatible USB Device List downloadable from the Yamaha website: Use of unsupported devices may result in data saving/recalling operations to abort, etc. Before using a USB flash drive, be sure to read “Connecting a USB Device”...
  • Page 128: Using The Mdr Display

    Using the MDR Display The MDR display consists of seven display Pages. Each Page is devoted to a specific function, and you can call up the desired function or operation by selecting the appropriate Page. For example, first select the SONG Page to select a target Song, then select TOOLS1 Page to copy/convert/delete the Song, or TEMPO Page to set the Repeat playback setting for the Song.
  • Page 129 SONG Page: 1 Current USB Flash Drive/Folder Displays the currently selected USB flash drive or folder. The contents included in 1 are listed as 2 below. 2 USB Flash Drive/Folder/Song List Displays the USB flash drive, folders or Songs. 3 Scroll bar If the USB flash drive/folder/Song list contains more than 5 USB flash drive/folders/ Songs, you can scroll through the display with the DATA CONTROL dial.
  • Page 130: Song Icons

    If Songs cannot be found: Check the current USB flash drive/ folder (page 129 1). If the desired Song is stored in the currently displayed folder, use the DATA CONTROL dial to display and select the Song. If the desired Song is stored in a different folder, use the DATA CONTROL dial and the [A] “...
  • Page 131 Media (USB flash drive) Contents: Folders, Songs, and Files Folders: A folder is a storage location in the media, used to organize multiple Songs in groups. If you've saved hundreds of Songs to a USB flash drive, it may be difficult to find the desired Song quickly.
  • Page 132: Connecting A Usb Device

    Maximum number of USB flash drives The instrument does not necessarily support all commercially available USB devices. Yamaha cannot allowed guarantee operation of USB devices that you purchase. Up to two USB flash drives can be connected to the [USB Before purchasing a USB device for use with this TO DEVICE] terminal.
  • Page 133: Formatting A Usb Flash Drive

    Formatting a USB Flash Drive If you find that you are unable to use a new, blank USB flash drive or an old one that has been used with other devices, you may need to format it. Formatting erases all the data in the USB flash drive and makes it ready to record.
  • Page 134: Selecting A Song

    Press the [D] “FORMAT” button in the display. A message appears prompting confirmation of operation. You can cancel the operation at this point by pressing the [D] “CANCEL” button. NOTICE Press the [C] “FORMAT” button to format the USB flash drive. Never attempt to disconnect the USB flash When the operation is completed, the LCD returns to SONG Page.
  • Page 135 Select the desired USB flash drive. Reference Page If USB flash drive cannot be found: (page 129) NOTE If two (or more) USB flash drives are connected, which of them is labeled USB 01 or USB 02 may change when you turn on the power to the instrument.
  • Page 136 Reference Page Playback Settings • Playing Back the Selected Pressing the [C] “SET. ” button in the SONG Page of the MDR display while the Song is Part(s) (page 157) selected calls up a display of the currently selected Song, letting you confirm the tempo/ •...
  • Page 137 Here is the actual procedure again, in linear form: Press the [B] button corresponding to the “ ” in the display to call up the folder/Songs list in the selected USB flash drive. FOLDER_001, FOLDER_002 and SONG_001 are displayed. Select FOLDER_002 by turning the DATA CONTROL dial. Press the [B] button to call up the song in the FOLDER_002.
  • Page 138: Recording

    Recording MDR Recording This lets you record your performance as a Song to a USB flash drive. A Song is comprised of your keyboard performance information and is not a recording of the actual sound itself. The performance information refers to which keys are played, at what timing, and at what strength —...
  • Page 139 Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button at the top left on the panel to start Reference Page Unit (page 119) the recording. The lamp of the [PLAY/PAUSE] button lights up and a small indicator flashes across from left to right at the bottom left of the LCD display. This indicates that Registration data is currently being saved as a Unit to the Song.
  • Page 140: Re-Recording (Retry)

    Re-recording (Retry)                                       If you make a mistake during recording, you can simply re-record the song from the NOTE After exiting from the...
  • Page 141 NOTE Select the parts for recording. You should also set the In this case, set the Lower Keyboard (LOWER) and Pedalboard (PEDAL) to CONTROL to “REC,” in order “RECORD, ” while other parts to “OFF. ” to record Registration changes and expression pedal operation.
  • Page 142 If you want to change the part tempo for ease in recording, perform steps 8 and 9; otherwise, skip to step 10. Select the TEMPO Page with the Page buttons. Change the playback tempo, if desired. The playback tempo can be set over a range of 50% to 200% of the original. The original recorded tempo is 100%;...
  • Page 143: Punch-In Recording

    Punch-in Recording                                       NOTE This lets you re-record over a specific phrase or section—either that of a specific This function is best used...
  • Page 144: Changing The Song/Folder Name

    Changing the Song/Folder Name Even though the Electone automatically assigns a generic name to each recorded NOTE However, Song names of EL- Song, it’s best to give each Song a “meaningful” name, such as an original title or series Electones, such as the even a date indicating when it was recorded.
  • Page 145 Move the cursor to the desired point by using the [A] buttons. Pressing the [A] button moves the cursor one step to the right, and holding moves the cursor to the right continuously. When the cursor reaches to the end of the name, it will return to the beginning of the name.
  • Page 146 NOTE Repeat steps 5 through step 6 above to finish entering the Song An XG Song name can contain up to 46 characters. name. Up to 50 characters can be entered. After finishing, press the [D] “EXIT” button. A message appears prompting confirmation of operation. You can cancel the operation at this point by pressing the [D] “CANCEL”...
  • Page 147: Saving Registrations

    Saving Registrations You can also record Registration Memory data and other created data, separate from performance recording, as listed below. The data will be saved to a Unit of the selected Song. NOTE Data saved to a Unit Even if you’ve only created a ...
  • Page 148 Press the [D] “UNIT” button to call up the UNIT EDIT display. “NEW UNIT” (blank Unit) is selected. Press the [B] “SAVE” button. A message appears, indicating that the Registration data is currently being saved. After the message disappears, the Unit to which the Registration is recorded is automatically named “UNIT 1, ”...
  • Page 149: Saving Two Or More Registration Units To One Song

    Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to record the Registrations, then press the [STOP] button before the “00:00” indication is shown at the bottom left of the display. This is the same procedure as the one shown when you start recording. The “00:00”...
  • Page 150 Press the [D] “UNIT” button to call up the UNIT EDIT display. In the display, the Registration Unit list of the current Song is shown, such as “UNIT 1” and “UNIT 2. ” Reference Page Select the blank Registration bank “NEW UNIT” to which you want Files (page 131) to save the additional Registration bank, located at the bottom of the list, by using the DATA CONTROL dial.
  • Page 151: Overwriting Registration Data To A Unit

    Overwriting Registration data to a Unit                                       This operation lets you replace just the Registration Unit without changing the performance data in already recorded Song data.
  • Page 152: Deleting Registrations

    Deleting Registrations                                       This function lets you delete the Registration Unit saved to a Song.
  • Page 153: Next Unit Settings (Using More Than 80 Registrations In One Performance)

    Next Unit Settings (using more than 80 Registrations in one performance)                                       You’ve learned in an earlier section that by using 5 Bank of 16 Registrations, you can program a maximum of 400 settings to be recalled in a specified order, with the Regist Shift function described on page 123.
  • Page 154: Recalling Recorded Registrations

    Press the [MDR] button, and select the Song for which the Next Unit function has been set. See steps 2 and 3 on page 135 for instructions on selecting Songs. Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button. If the Song contains more than two Registration Units, the first one will be loaded.
  • Page 155: Playing Back A Song

    Press the [D] “UNIT” button to call up the UNIT EDIT display. In the display, the Registration Unit list of the current Song is shown, such as “UNIT 1” and “UNIT 2. ” Select the Registration Unit number you want to load by using the DATA CONTROL dial.
  • Page 156 Reference Page Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to start playback. Next Unit Settings (using A “-----” mark appears at the bottom left of the display, indicating the more than 80 Registrations in Registration data is currently being loaded when the Song contains the one performance) (page 153) Registration data.
  • Page 157: Playing Back Selected Parts

    Playing Back Selected Parts                                       You can also play back selected parts of your recorded performance, while other parts are temporarily turned off.
  • Page 158: Changing The Tempo

    Changing the Tempo                                       You can change the tempo of the Song as the Song is playing in the MDR display, either while the Song is stopped or while it is playing.
  • Page 159: Repeat Playback

    Repeat Playback                                       This feature allows you to repeatedly play back either all Songs on a folder or only one specific Song.
  • Page 160: Playing Back Xg Songs

    Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to begin playback. To cancel the repeat setting, select “OFF” for the repeat mode. Playing Back XG Songs                                       The Electone allows you to playback XG Song data, created on the computer or Reference Page converted from Electone Song format to XG format.
  • Page 161: Other Operations - Copy, Delete, Etc

    Other Operations — Copy, Delete, etc. The TOOLS Pages in the MDR display has many functions, such as Song copy, Song delete, confirming the Song size, etc., as well as creating or deleting folders. Copy                                       This function lets you copy a folder/Song, or even a USB flash drive.
  • Page 162 As necessary, select the destination (highlighted). Select folder or USB flash drive as the copy destination. You can even select the destination from another USB flash drive. For details on selecting folder/ USB flash drive, see steps 2 and 3 on page 135. If you want to copy the Song/folder to the same place which contains the source Song/folder, press the [A] “...
  • Page 163 Downloader application, the Song cannot be played back. Always use Musicsoft Downloader when moving or copying protected Songs on the computer. Musicsoft Downloader can be obtained at the following Internet address: NOTICE When you want to edit a protected Song, turn the power to the instrument off and back on again, then select the Song to be edited.
  • Page 164: Song Delete/Folder Delete

    NOTICE Song Delete/Folder Delete If the folder you are                                       deleting contains audio These operations let you delete Songs and folders.
  • Page 165: Creating Folders

    Creating folders                                       Connect a compatible USB flash drive to the [USB TO DEVICE] Reference Page Compatible USB flash drives...
  • Page 166: Converting To Xg Format

    Converting to XG format                                       This function allows you to convert ELB-02 Song data to XG format data.
  • Page 167 After the CONVERT TO display is called up for selecting the convert destination, select the destination of the converted data. Select the USB flash drive or folder as the destination. See steps 2 and 3 on page 135 for instructions on selecting the destination. NOTE Press the [C] “EXE.”...
  • Page 168: Checking The Remaining Memory

    Checking the Remaining Memory                                       When a USB flash drive is selected on the TOOLS2 Page, pressing the [INFORMATION] button calls up a display indicating the remaining memory in the USB flash drive.
  • Page 169: Audio

    To avoid the possibility of malfunction/ damage to data, follow the notices below. • Yamaha recommends that you format a USB flash drive (page 133), after checking if the USB flash drive does not contain any important data, and to use it only for audio recording/playback. Using MDR Songs and audio data together in the same drive may cause severe fragmentation of the USB flash drive, and may stop audio recording/playback altogether.
  • Page 170 Try recording your performance as an audio file to a USB flash drive. Maximum amount of recording time is 60 minutes per recording, though this may be less depending on the capacity of the particular USB flash drive. NOTE File format that can be recorded The file extension does not .wav —...
  • Page 171 Start recording by pressing the [C] “RECORD” button, and then start your performance. When recording begins, the elapsed recording time is shown in the lower left of NOTICE the AUDIO RECORD display. Never attempt to disconnect the USB flash Once the elapsed recording time is shown, you can load the Registration or play drive or turn the power off the Song with the MDR.
  • Page 172: Playing Back Audio Files

    Playing Back Audio Files Try playing back audio files from a USB flash drive connected to this instrument. NOTE This instrument cannot play back DRM protected files. File format that can be played back .wav — 44.1 kHz sample rate, 16-bit resolution, stereo Connect the compatible USB flash drive containing the audio file Reference Page Compatible USB flash drives...
  • Page 173: Rewind, Fast Forward And Pause

    NOTE Press the [C] “PLAY” button to call up the PLAY Page of the AUDIO AUDIO PLAY display consists of two different PLAY display. pages: “PLAY” or “SET.” Select the PLAY Page with the page buttons if another page is shown. (Setting).
  • Page 174: Changing The Volume, Tempo And Pitch

    Changing the Volume, Tempo and Pitch                                       You can change the volume, tempo and pitch of the audio file as the file is playing.
  • Page 175 1 To adjust the Volume: Press the [A] button to select “VOLUME, ” then adjust the value by using the DATA CONTROL dial or by successively pressing the [A] button. Range: 0 – 127 2 To Change the Tempo: NOTE Press the [B] button to select “TEMPO, ”...
  • Page 176: Deleting The File / Changing The File Name

    Deleting the File / Changing the File Name                                       You can delete the file or change the file name.
  • Page 177: Footswitches

    Footswitches These leg- and foot-operated controls allow you to execute various performance functions and switch the effects on/off, without needing to take your hands from the keyboard. The Electone has two Footswitches on the expression pedal. Left Footswitch Right Footswitch Expression Pedal Right Footswitch The Right Footswitch is used for the Registration Shift function.
  • Page 178 Call up the FOOT SWITCH (LEFT) display. Use the page buttons to select page 3. FOOT SWITCH (LEFT) Display RHYTHM GLIDE ROTARY SPEAKER In this page, you can assign which function the Left Footswitch will control: Reference Page Rhythm, Glide, or Rotary Speaker. Each press of the [A] button selects the Rhythm Structure (page 70) functions in sequence: Off ...
  • Page 179 2 - 3 Main A – Main D These functions correspond to the MAIN/FILL IN [A] – [D] buttons on the panel. For example, when “MAIN A” is selected in this display and you press the Left Footswitch, the rhythm section is switched to Main A or Fill In A. 2 - 4 Intro 1 –...
  • Page 180 4 Rotary Speaker Reference Page You can control the Rotary Speaker effect (on/off) by using the Left Footswitch. When Rotary Speaker (page 60) the “ROTARY SPEAKER” is selected in this display and you press the Footswitch, the Rotary Speaker effect is switched on or off. This function corresponds to the “Speed Control”...
  • Page 181: Transpose And Pitch Controls

    Transpose and Pitch Controls There are two pitch-related controls on the Electone: Transpose and Pitch. Transpose allows you to change the key of the instrument and Pitch lets you finely adjust the tuning. Transpose and Pitch can be adjusted in the Utility display. Press the [UTILITY] button.
  • Page 182: Connections

    Connections On the underside and right side of the Electone keyboard is a separate panel equipped with various input/output terminals and miscellaneous controls, the functions of which are described below. Accessory Jacks and Controls This section provides brief explanations for each jack/control on the Electone. For details on connecting to external devices, see page 184.
  • Page 183 Reference Page 4 [USB TO DEVICE] terminal • Connecting a USB Device For connecting a USB flash drive. You can save data you’ve created on the (page 132) instrument to the USB flash drive. You can also use this to connect a USB wireless •...
  • Page 184: Connection Examples - External Devices

    CAUTION Connection Examples — External Before connecting the Devices instrument to other electronic components, turn off the power of all the components. Also, before turning any components Playing the Sounds of the Electone Through an on or off, make sure to set External Audio System all volume levels to minimum (0).
  • Page 185: Controlling External Midi Devices From The Electone

    Controlling External MIDI Devices from the Electone                                       You can use the Electone to remotely play the Voices of a MIDI keyboard (or tone NOTE When you are using the...
  • Page 186: Connection With Computer

    Electone and computer. Regarding the USB-MIDI driver, you can download the computer. latest version from the Yamaha website: Connecting your Electone to a computer opens up a whole new world of musical possibilities. You can save your original songs to computer and create notation (score...
  • Page 187: Midi

    MIDI This section explains what MIDI is, and what it can do, as well as how you can use MIDI on your Electone. What is MIDI?                                       No doubt you have heard the terms “acoustic instrument”...
  • Page 188: Midi Messages Of The Electone

    Control Change numbers. For more detailed information on the Control Change messages available on the Electone, refer to the “MIDI Reference” document, downloadable from the Yamaha website (page 9). System Messages ...
  • Page 189: Midi Channels

    MIDI Channels                                       MIDI data is assigned to one of sixteen MIDI channels.
  • Page 190: Midi Control

    MIDI Control When you connect your Electone with a second MIDI device (such as a synthesizer or computer), you can determine how the Electone controls that MIDI device, or how the Electone is controlled. To select the MIDI page: Press the [UTILITY] button. The Utility display appears.
  • Page 191 3 Expression Determines the control of the expression pedal functions. Ordinarily, this control is set to Auto. Successive presses of the [C] button alternate among Auto, Internal and External. Auto: Internal and External is automatically switched. Internal: You can manually control the expression pedal even during MDR. playback.
  • Page 192: Connecting To An Iphone/Ipad

    For details about the USB wireless LAN adaptor (sold separately), contact connected. your nearest Yamaha representative or the distributor listed at the end (or beginning) of this manual. Or you can access the following website and contact Yamaha support at your location.
  • Page 193 Connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor, then call up the Wireless LAN display. Press the [UTILITY] button, then use the Page buttons to select Page 6. WIRELESS LAN Display Press the [B] “WPS” button. A message appears prompting confirmation of operation. You can cancel the operation at this point by pressing the [D] “CANCEL”...
  • Page 194 Displaying available networks in the wireless LAN and connecting to a network Set the Wireless LAN mode to “INFRASTRUCTURE.” Refer to “Wireless LAN Mode” on page 197. Connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor, then call up the Wireless LAN display. Press the [UTILITY] button, then use the Page buttons to select Page 6.
  • Page 195 After connection between the instrument and the access point is done successfully, connect the iPhone/iPad to the access point by referring to the “iPhone/iPad Connection Manual.” Manual Setup Set the Wireless LAN mode to “INFRASTRUCTURE.” Refer to “Wireless LAN Mode” on page 197. Connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor, then call up the Wireless LAN display.
  • Page 196 Set the SSID, Security and Password to the same as the settings on the access point. 1 SSID Press the [A] button on page 1 to call up the display for SSID input, then enter the SSID. For details on how to enter the characters, refer to “Changing the Song/Folder Name” on page 144.
  • Page 197 Wireless LAN Mode Connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor, then call up the Wireless LAN option display. Press the [UTILITY] button, then use the Page buttons to select Page 7. The currently selected Mode name is shown. Mode Set the Wireless LAN mode. You can set between two modes: INFRASTRUCTURE and ADHOC.
  • Page 198: Wireless Lan Detailed Settings

    Wireless LAN Detailed Settings Reference Page                                       Wireless LAN Mode (page 197) You can set the detailed settings for each mode: INFRASTRUCTURE and ADHOC.
  • Page 199 As necessary, set the detailed settings. Press the [A] – [D] buttons corresponding to “CHANGE” or “SHOW” in the display to call up the display for Setting/Input. Wireless LAN Display Item Default setting Setting/Input mode INFRASTRUCTURE DETAIL DHCP Determines whether or not DHCP is used. If your router is compatible with DHCP, select “ON (set DNS mode display...
  • Page 200: Initialize The Wireless Lan Settings

    Initialize the wireless LAN settings                                       Factory Set (page 27) does not affect the settings of the wireless LAN settings, which can be initialized by the following procedure.
  • Page 201: Glossary Of Terms

    Short for Local Area Network, this is a data-transfer network that connects a group of computers at a single location (such as an office or home) by means of a special cable. A device that allows multiple devices (e.g., computers, your Yamaha router instrument) to share the same Internet connection.
  • Page 202: Appendix

    Appendix Assembly Instructions CAUTION • Assemble the unit on a hard and flat floor with ample space. • Be careful not to confuse or misplace the parts, and be sure to install all parts in the correct orientation. Please assemble the unit in accordance with the sequence described here. •...
  • Page 203 While holding the Sideboard(s) to the Speaker Mount the Sideboards onto the Pedalboard unit, fasten the four screws (B) from the rear, to unit. secure the Speaker unit to the Sideboards. Cover Be sure not to confuse the Right and Left the four screw holes on the rear side with the Sideboards.
  • Page 204 Use the four screws (A) to fasten the Main unit to Plug the power cord into the AC IN jack on the Sideboards as shown in the illustration. the bottom surface of the main Unit. Connect the Pedalboard cord and Speaker cord to the Main Unit.
  • Page 205 Place the music rest on the Electone. After completing the assembly, please check the following items. • Are there any parts left over? → Review all assembly procedures. • Is the Electone clear of doors and other movable fixtures? → Move the Electone to an appropriate location. •...
  • Page 206: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible Cause and Solution GENERAL OPERATION The sound is not heard for about 10 This is normal; the Electone takes a while to start up. seconds after turning the power on. A click or pop is heard when the power is Electrical current is being applied to the instrument.
  • Page 207 Registration Memory. MUSIC DATA RECORDER The instrument does not recognize the Please make sure to use the compatible USB flash drives listed in the connected USB flash drive. Compatible USB Device List downloadable from the Yamaha website: ELB-02 Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 208 Problem Possible Cause and Solution Recording or playback cannot be • The part may have been turned off. Turn the desired part to REC or PLAY in performed. the PART 1 and PART 2 Pages. • The performance data is too large. The maximum limit for recording performance data is 1 MB.
  • Page 209: Specifications

    Specifications DIGITAL ORGAN PRODUCT NAME TONE GENERATION Upper: 49 keys (C – C), KEYBOARD Lower: 49 keys (C – C), Pedal: 20 keys (C – G) Keyboard Type BASIC (FSB) Upper, Lower Initial Touch Upper, Lower After Touch REGISTRATIONS Registration Menu 1 Unit 16 x 5 Registration Memory MEMORY, 1 –...
  • Page 210 * The contents of this manual apply to the latest specifications as of the publishing date. To obtain the latest manual, access the Yamaha website then download the manual file. Since specifications, equipment or separately sold accessories may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 211: Index

    Index Numerics [DISABLE] button ....... 114 Disable mode ........114 1 – 16 (Registration Memory) .....111 Jacks and Controls ......182 display ..........25 9 – 16 (Registration Memory) .....112 Jump ..........123 Display Language ........ 27 Display Page ........26 Display Select ........
  • Page 212 Pedalboard ...........30 Utility ............ 18 PHASER .........57 Save (Registration Memory) ....118 PHONES ..........182 Scroll bar ..........25 Phrase 1/Phrase 2 ........80 Version ..........28 Selecting a Song ........ 134 Pitch (audio) ........174 Vibrato ..........56 Shift ............ 122 Pitch (overall) ........181 Voice buttons ........
  • Page 213 About Using BSD-Licensed Software The software used by this product includes components XySSL that comply with the BSD license. Copyright © 2006-2008, Christophe Devine. The restrictions placed on users of software released All rights reserved. under a typical BSD license are that if they redistribute Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with such software in any form, with or without modification, or without modification, are permitted provided that the...
  • Page 214 For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha representative or the authorized distributor listed below. MALTA CYPRUS NORTH AMERICA Olimpus Music Ltd. Nakas Music Cyprus Ltd. CANADA Valletta Road, Mosta MST9010, Malta Nikis Ave 2k Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
  • Page 215 Yamaha Downloads Manual Development Department © 2016 Yamaha Corporation Published 04/2016 MWZC*.*- **C0 Printed in Indonesia ZS53040 ZS53040...

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