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Chapter 1 Getting Started; Part Names - Yamaha Silent Piano SC2 Owner's Manual

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Chapter
1
Getting Started

Part names

 Piano
Upright Piano
Control unit
(page 13)
1
Silencing lever
Activates the Silent Piano™ function.
 Pedals
1
Damper pedal
Sustains notes even after you release the keys.
When the Silent Piano™ function is enabled and
a piano Voice is selected, pressing this pedal
reproduces the complicated interaction of both
strings and soundboard resonance by the VRM
technology (page 37), and makes the sound
more like a real acoustic piano.
The damper pedal features an expressive half-
pedal function, and allows you to set the degree
to which pressing the damper pedal applies the
half-pedal effect (page 35), when using the
Silent Piano™ function.
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SC2 Owner's Manual
2
(on the rear of the piano)
2
3
2
2
3
Grand Piano
Control unit
1 1
(page 13)
DC IN jack (page 14)
For connecting the supplied AC adaptor.
1
Silencing pedal (upright piano)
Activates the Silent Piano™ function by pressing
and sliding to the left.
Sostenuto pedal (grand piano)
Sustains the notes that are being played at the
time you press and hold the pedal, even after
you release the keys, letting you play additional
non-sustained notes. Subsequently played
notes are not affected.
NOTE
When using the Silent Piano function, there is no
Sostenuto effect.
Soft pedal
Reduces the volume and slightly changes the
timbre of the notes. The notes played before
this pedal is pressed are not affected.

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