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Casio Casiotone 1000P Operation Manual




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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Thank you very much for purchasing the Casiotone 1 000P, we hope it gives you many years of enjoyment. The Casiotone 1000P is a valuable and exciting intro­ duction to the world of music, assembling myriad sounds onto an electronic keyboard with under-arm portability.
  • Page 3 Also- since a.16-st^P up/down arpeggio ° pattern is preset, music with a professional back­ ground can be enjoyed. The Casiotone 1000P provides various sound ef­ A* Various sound effects give full fects such as Sustain — which produces a beautiful play to musical expressions.
  • Page 4: In And Around The Casiotone 1000P

    (Rear panel) ® i ® | ' ® © © © © © (0 Power ON/OFF Switch © ENVELOPE Button (?) TUNE Button © MODULATION Button ® TUNE/ARPEGGIO TEMPO Control © VIBRATO Button (4)TONE SET Button © DELAYED VIBRATO Button (I>...
  • Page 5 ■..■ ..Each time a button is pressed, it t urns the function on and off. When on, a red indicator lamp will light (except for the So und Selection Butte ns). The UP/DOWN Button and the PROGRAM Button indicators will blink in time vith the arpeggio tempo which is currently established.
  • Page 6 ©PROGRAM/PRESET Button Each time this is pressed, it selects either the preset sounds or programmed sounds. ©FEET Button Press on to designate the feet while programming a sound. ©ENVELOPE Button Press on to designate the envelope while programming a sound. ©MODULATION Button Press on to designate the modulation while programming a sound.
  • Page 7: Power Supply

    AC power socket The Casiotone 1000P uses domestic AC for a power supply. Connect the provided AC power cord to the AC power socket on the Casiotone 1000P and plug it into an AC outlet. ( Memory Protection Power Supply ) ---------——----------- ;—:-------------- —...
  • Page 8: Casiotone 1000P - Starting To Play

    Switching the power OFF and then ON again turns off all of the buttons on the Casiotone 1000P. This Operation Manual will explain the instrument from this initial condition. Therefore, switch the power OFF and then ON again to prepare the instru­...
  • Page 9 ( Experiment with some effects.) There are four effect buttons as shown on the right. Each time the buttons are pressed they turn on and off. When they are on, the respective indicators will light up. VIBRATO DELAYED HEAVY SUSTAIN •...
  • Page 10 (2) Press the desired Sound Selection Button. JAZZ BASSOON BRASS ORGAN • The number of the selected preset sound will be displayed J on the digital display. (3) Press the TONE SET Button off. • The TONE SET indicator will go off. * With the above operation, the desired sound pressed in Step 2, above, is now set in the lower keyboard.
  • Page 11: Sound Programming Function

    With this instrument, 10 elements each for FEET, ENVELOPE and MODULATION can be combined to create up to 1000 different sound characteristics and 10 of these can be stored in the memory. I EWVE C** f Mf«'<** ENVELOPE Button - Digital Display —...
  • Page 12 The basic operating sequence is as follows. I—(T Reparation)................Press the PROGRAM/PRESET Button to set the digital display to a sound programming display. f — (2Memory Number Designation)- Press the Sound Selection Button to select the desired memory number from 0 to 9.
  • Page 13 ( Programming Demonstration ) Example: To set the FEET to “3” (8’-4’-2’), the ENVELOPE to “8” ( N ) and the MODULATION to “5” (DELAYED ATTACK). This will produce a sound like raindrops which can be stored into the memory number 1 (Sound Selection Button number 1). * The following operation is based on starting the instrument from an inactive condition (all buttons off).
  • Page 14 ( Storage and Callout of the Programmed Sound As previously explained in Step 2 of “Memory Number Designation”, by pressing one of the Sound Selection Buttons from 0 to 9, up to 10 kinds of programmed sound can be stored in the memory.
  • Page 15 Casiotone 1000P. MODULATION Modulation means a creative sound effect obtained by modulating the frequency or amplitude like the Wah or Treble effects. The Casiotone 1000P has 1 0 kinds of modulation already set as shown on the Sound Characteristic Data Chart.
  • Page 16 Adds a Wah effect to the sound at the moment it is produced. WAIT Modulates the sound to “5 1 /3’ ” and then to “4’-2’ ”. ATTACK 5 1/3’ Gives a “5 1 /3’ ” percussive effect on the sound. Gives a “4’...
  • Page 17: Arpeggio Programming Function

    The Casiotone 1000P arpeggio programming function allows your favorite arpeggio patterns to be programmed using the Sound Selection Buttons and il the lower keyboard (lower two octaves) is played, the note pressed will emerge in accordance with the programmed pattern.
  • Page 18: Preset Arpeggio Function

    Tvv-'-rr: : • When the SPLIT Button is pressed on, the note range of arpeggio will be raised one octave. At this time, the arpeggio sound and volume can be independently set and adjusted. (See page 7 for the operating method.) SPLIT •...
  • Page 19 Arpeggio with noi Example 1 Arpeggio with notes other than those played on the keyboard can be performed. • Arpeggio pattern (In the case of C) • Program contents 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3, 2, 3, 2, 3, 4 •...
  • Page 20 * In this case, the program numbers correspond to arpeggio notes as shown below. 1 = C (Do), 2 = E (Mi), 3 = G (So), 4 = C (Do), 5 = E (Mi), 6 = G (So), 7 = C (Do), 8= E (Mi), 9 = G (So) * “•...
  • Page 21 Example 4 Operating as a Sequencer The Casiotone 1000P can be used as a sequencer within the range of 127 steps, with up to 9 note pitches. However, since the duration of each note is fixed, use the rests (Program number 0) skillfully.
  • Page 22 Since the Casiotone 1000P has a preset arpeggio function (16-step, up/down arpeggio pattern), arpeggio playing can be simply enjoyed at any time. ( How to Use) o1 // (1) Press the UP/DOWN Button on. • The indicator will blink. (The rate of blinking depends upon the current ARPEGGIO TEMPO setting.)
  • Page 23: Tuning (Transposing)

    Frequency is displayed on the digital display and tuning can be perfected visually as well as by sound. Also, since the variable range is one and a half octaves, transposing is also possible. By using this transposing function, you can play any tune in the C scale. ( Operating"Method) (1) Press the Sound Selection Button number 0 (Flute) in the preset sound display.
  • Page 24 If the pitch is adjusted by referring to the table below, scale transposition can be accomplished and you can play any tune in the C scale. Example: If “393” is set, the scale will be ET and a clarinet (B& instrument) ensemble can be played using a C scale.
  • Page 25: Troubleshooting Chart

    ♦ Remedy Symptom Possible Cause 1. Plug the AC cord properly. . The AC cord is not plugged in No sound comes correctly. out of the speaker 2. Turn the Power SwitchON. 2. The Power Switch is OFF. even when press- 3.
  • Page 26: Care Of Your Unit

    1 Avoid heat, humidity or direct sunlight. near an air conditioner, or in any ex- Do not overexpose the unit to direct sunlight, place tremely hot place. 2 Take care not to drop the unit and avoid strong shocks. A strong shock may cause trouble. When carrying or transporting the unit, protect the key­ board and switches with soft materials.
  • Page 27: Specifications

    Specifications Casiotone 1000P Model 61 keys (5 octaves) Number of keys * Variable from minus 1 to plus 0.5 octaves using the transposing function. 8-note polyphonic (simultaneous sound: 8 notes at max.) Chords * During keyboard split: 4 notes (lower 2 octaves) plus 4 notes (upper 3 octaves) 1 0 sounds;...
  • Page 28 GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE UNIT IN THE U.S.A. (not applicable to other areas). This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception.
  • Page 29 ‘ f ffWr- & ji • 072C SA <§) (f§) Printed in Japan...

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