Casio Privia PX-S1000 User Manual

Casio Privia PX-S1000 User Manual

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PX - S1000
Initial Setup
Preparing a Power Supply
Playing the Digital Piano
Selecting a Single Tone
Specifying the Tempo
Changing Sound
Reverberation and
Using the Sound Mode Effects
(Hall Simulator and Surround)
• When the Digital Piano is being operated on battery power only, notes may sound distorted when performing or playing back
a song at maximum volume. This is due to the difference between AC adaptor power and battery power, and does not
indicate Digital Piano malfunction. If you notice distortion, switch to AC adaptor power or lower the volume level.
Turning Power On or Off
Layering Two Tones
Changing the Pitch
Changing the Pitch in
Semitone Steps (Transpose)
Listening with Auto
Listening to Songs
(Music Library)
Using a Pedal
Splitting the Keyboard
Between Two Tones
Fine Tuning a Pitch (Tuning)
Recording Performances
in Real-Time
Recording and Playing Back
Performances (MIDI Recorder)
Using Headphones
Using the Metronome
Adding Depth to Notes
Using Chorus
Connecting with a Smart
Linking with a Smart Device
(APP Function)


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  • Page 1 Cover PX - S1000 USER’S GUIDE Initial Setup Preparing a Power Supply Turning Power On or Off Using a Pedal Using Headphones Playing the Digital Piano Selecting a Single Tone Layering Two Tones Splitting the Keyboard Using the Metronome Between Two Tones Changing the Pitch Adding Depth to Notes Specifying the Tempo...
  • Page 2 About Music Score data You can download music score data as a PDF file from the CASIO website, which you can access using the URL or QR code below. You will then be able to view music scores on your smart device. You can jump from the PDF file table of contents directly to the music score you want, and you can print out scores as needed.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Configuring Settings EN-29 Contents Adjusting the Upper1 Part Volume ... . .EN-29 Configuring Upper2 Part and Lower Part Overview and Setup EN-3 Settings ....... .EN-30 General Guide.
  • Page 4: Overview And Setup

    Overview and Setup General Guide ■ Front Panel Front 1 P (Power) button 6 a button 2 Volume knob 7 0 (REC) button 3 FUNCTION button 8 GRAND PIANO button 4 SOUND MODE button 9 ELEC. PIANO button 5 METRONOME button bk PHONES jacks *1 Touch buttons *2 Keyboard note names and pitches...
  • Page 5 Overview and Setup ■ Back bl USB port bm DAMPER PEDAL jack bn PEDAL UNIT jack bo AUDIO IN jack bp LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks bq DC 12V terminal ■ Preparing the Music Stand Music stand EN-4...
  • Page 6: Preparing A Power Supply

    Overview and Setup • Note the important precautions below to avoid damage Preparing a Power Supply to the power cord. Your Digital Piano uses an AC adaptor for power. ● During Use • Never pull on the cord with excessive force. •...
  • Page 7: Turning Power On Or Off

    Overview and Setup ■ Using Batteries Turning Power On or Off Before turning on power, rotate the 2 volume • Be sure to turn off power before loading batteries. knob as far as it will go in the direction shown •...
  • Page 8: Auto Power Off

    Overview and Setup ■ Power On Alert Using a Pedal After about six minutes of non-operation while the Digital Piano is being powered by its AC adaptor, the Power On Alert Connect the supplied pedal (SP-3) to the bm DAMPER function will cause touch button lights to turn on and off PEDAL jack.
  • Page 9: Using Headphones

    Operations Common to All Using Headphones Modes Using headphones cuts off output from the built-in speakers, which means you can practice playing even late at night without disturbing others. • Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting • Unless otherwise specifically noted, all of the headphones.
  • Page 10: Notification Tones

    Operations Common to All Modes ■ Touch Button + Keyboard Key Combinations Notification Tones A number of different Digital Piano settings can be configured by using a touch button (except for the 70 (REC) button) in When you perform a touch button and keyboard key combination with a keyboard key.
  • Page 11: Digital Piano Operations

    Digital Piano Operations Selecting a Tone Your Digital Piano comes with 17 tones, including three grand Listening to Demo Play piano tones that are assigned to the entire keyboard range, plus one bass tone that can be assigned to lower range only. In addition to assigning a single tone to the keyboard, you can Hold down 3 FUNCTION.
  • Page 12: Layering Two Tones

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To unlayer the keyboard Layering Two Tones You can perform either of the operations below to unlayer the Layering makes it possible to sound with two different tones at keyboard. the same time. The tone that is layered onto another tone is •...
  • Page 13: Splitting The Keyboard Between Two Tones

    Digital Piano Operations Splitting the Keyboard Between Two Tones Changing Keyboard Response to You can use the lower range of the keyboard to sound a bass Touch Pressure (Touch Response) tone. When the keyboard is split between a left side and a right side range, the tone assigned to the lower (left side) Touch Response alters tone volume in accordance with range is the “Lower part tone”, which is referred to as the...
  • Page 14: Changing The Pitch In Semitone Steps (Transpose

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To change touch response sensitivity Changing the Pitch in Semitone Steps (Transpose) While holding down 8 GRAND PIANO, press a keyboard key from F{7 through B7. Transpose lets you raise or lower the overall pitch of the Digital Piano in semitone steps.
  • Page 15: Fine Tuning A Pitch (Tuning

    Digital Piano Operations Fine Tuning a Pitch (Tuning) Changing the Pitch in Octave Units (Octave Shift) Use the tuning feature when you need to adjust the pitch slightly to play along with another musical instrument. Octave shift lets you individually raise or lower the pitches of •...
  • Page 16: Using The Sound Mode Effects (Hall Simulator And Surround

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To specify the Hall Simulator type Using the Sound Mode Effects (Hall Simulator and Surround) While holding down 4 SOUND MODE, press a keyboard key from A0 through C1. You can use 4 SOUND MODE to enable and disable the effects described below.
  • Page 17 Digital Piano Operations ■ To adjust the depth of the hall simulator effect ■ To specify the Surround type While holding down 4 SOUND MODE, press Perform step 1 under “To specify the Hall Simulator type” to select a hall simulator the F1 (Surround Type 1) or F{1 (Surround effect.
  • Page 18: Using Chorus

    Digital Piano Operations Using Chorus Using Brilliance Chorus is a function that adds depth and breadth to notes. Brilliance can be used to make a sound brighter or mellower. ■ To apply a chorus effect to a tone ■ To adjust brilliance While holding down 4 SOUND MODE, press While holding down 4 SOUND MODE, press a keyboard key from G1 through B1.
  • Page 19: Adjusting Acoustic Piano Sound Characteristics (Acoustic Simulator

    Digital Piano Operations Adjusting Acoustic Piano Sound Characteristics (Acoustic Simulator) The tones of your Digital Piano have built-in elements that give them the reverberation characteristics of an acoustic piano. You can use the procedure below to adjust the characteristics of notes. ■...
  • Page 20 Digital Piano Operations ■ List of Acoustic Piano Sound Setting Items Setting Available Options String Resonance Tone: Specifies the initial setting of each tone. Playing on an acoustic piano causes the strings that are harmonics Off: Disables String Resonance. of the played strings to resonate. You can select one of the string 1 to 4: The greater the value, the stronger the String resonance settings in the column to the right.
  • Page 21: Using The Metronome

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To adjust the metronome volume Using the Metronome While holding down 5 METRONOME, press The metronome sounds a regular tone to mark time. Use the the B}1 or B1 keyboard key. metronome when you want to practice playing at a regular tempo.
  • Page 22: Specifying The Tempo

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To raise or lower the tempo setting value by one Specifying the Tempo While holding down 5 METRONOME, press When using the metronome (page EN-20) or when playing the A0 or B}0 keyboard key as required. back a Music Library (page EN-24) song, you can specify a tempo setting within the range of 20 to 255 beats per minute.
  • Page 23: Splitting The Keyboard For Duet Play

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To use the Duet Mode Splitting the Keyboard for Duet Play While holding down 3 FUNCTION, press the C4 keyboard key. You can split the keyboard in the center for duet play so the left and right sides have the same ranges. The Duet Mode is the perfect way to conduct lessons, with the teacher playing on the left side as the student plays the same song on the right side.
  • Page 24: Changing The Scale Tuning (Temperament) Of The Keyboard

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To change the octaves of the duet keyboards Changing the Scale Tuning (Temperament) of the Keyboard Hold down 3 FUNCTION. • Do not release 3 FUNCTION until step 3, below. You can change the scale of the keyboard from the standard equal temperament to another tuning that is more suitable for Use the keyboard keys below to change the playing Indian music, Arabic music, classical music, etc.
  • Page 25: Listening To Songs (Music Library

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To specify the base note of the scale Listening to Songs (Music Library) While holding down 3 FUNCTION, press a keyboard key from C3 through B3. You can use the Music library for your listening enjoyment or to practice piano songs.
  • Page 26 Digital Piano Operations To start song playback, touch 6 a. • LEDs above the 6 a button flash yellow (first beat) and red (remaining beats) in time with the metronome beats. • Playback will stop automatically when the end of the song is reached.
  • Page 27: Recording And Playing Back Performances (Midi Recorder

    Your Digital Piano can record what you play on the keyboard and play it back when you want. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. takes no responsibility for any damages, lost profits, or claims by third parties arising from the deletion of recorded data due to malfunction, repair, or for any other reason.
  • Page 28: Creating A Recording

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To record the left-hand part track Creating a Recording Depending on the track to be recorded, configure the applicable settings. • If, during a recording operation, the number of • See “Recorded MIDI Data” (page EN-26). remaining recordable notes is 100 or fewer, the •...
  • Page 29: Playing Back Recorded Content

    Digital Piano Operations ■ To overdub a left-hand part track recording with ■ To delete everything recorded to a track right-hand part track recording While the 70 (REC) button is lit white, touch Perform steps 1 and 2 under “To record the 70 (REC).
  • Page 30: Configuring Settings

    Configuring Settings Adjusting the Upper1 Part Volume To adjust the Upper1 part volume, hold down 8 GRAND PIANO as you press the keyboard keys shown below. Pressing this key: Does this: Lowers the Upper1 part volume by 1. Raises the Upper1 part volume by 1. C7 + C{7 Returns the volume of the Upper1 part to the initial default setting.
  • Page 31: Configuring Upper2 Part And Lower Part Settings

    Configuring Settings Configuring Upper2 Part and Lower Part Settings You can configure separate Upper2 and Lower (bass) part settings for the following items: volume, pitch, damper pedal effect enable/disable. To configure these settings, hold down 9 ELEC. PIANO as you press the keyboard keys shown below. C{7: Upper2 Volume (–) D7: Upper2 Volume (+) F7: Upper2 Detune (–)
  • Page 32: Adjusting The Volume Balance

    Configuring Settings Adjusting the Volume Balance You can use the keyboard keys in this section to adjust the volumes of keyboard play, song playback, and externally input audio. To adjust, hold down 3 FUNCTION as you press the keyboard keys shown below. D5: Keyboard Volume (–) G5: Audio Volume (+) E}5: Keyboard Volume (+)
  • Page 33: Configuring Midi Settings

    Configuring Settings Configuring MIDI Settings To change MIDI settings, hold down 3 FUNCTION as you press the keyboard keys shown below. C6: Local Control C{6: Keyboard Channel (–) D6: Keyboard Channel (+) E}6: Hi-Res Vel MIDI OUT Pressing Setting Does this: this key: Local Control Toggles between on and off.
  • Page 34: Changing Pedal Functions

    Configuring Settings Changing Pedal Functions A pedal connected to the Digital Piano’s bm DAMPER PEDAL jack functions as a damper pedal under initial Digital Piano default settings. You can use the procedure below to change the pedal to another function. ■...
  • Page 35: Other Settings

    Configuring Settings Other Settings To change settings shown in the table below, hold down 3 FUNCTION as you press the indicated keyboard keys. D7: Touch Button Luminosity E}7: Touch Button Sensitivity (–) E7: Touch Button Sensitivity (+) F7: Speaker Out F{7: Power On Alert G7: Panel Light Setting A}7: Auto Resume...
  • Page 36 Configuring Settings Pressing Setting Does this: this key: Panel Lock Toggles between enabled and disabled. While this setting is enabled, the lights of all touch buttons, except To cancel Panel Lock, hold down 3 FUNCTION, are turned off, and all operations are disabled, except 3 FUNCTION as you press the C8 for those below.
  • Page 37: Factory Reset (Initialization

    Configuring Settings Factory Reset (Initialization) You can use the procedure below to return the Digital Piano’s stored data and settings to their initial factory defaults any time you want. Hold down 3 FUNCTION. Press the A0 keyboard key. This enters factory reset standby and causes the 3 FUNCTION light to flash. •...
  • Page 38: Linking With A Smart Device (App Function

    • When connecting a smart device to the Digital Piano, do not connect both a USB cable and an audio cable at the same time. ■ To download the smart device app Download the Chordana Play for Piano app from the CASIO website and install it on the smart device. ■ To link to a smart device Referring to “To download the smart device...
  • Page 39: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting ● Nothing happens when I touch a touch button. ● Nothing happens when I press a pedal. Cause: Cause: The pedal cord is not connected correctly to the a. Wearing glove or touching with a fingernail or stylus. bm DAMPER PEDAL jack or bn PEDAL UNIT jack, or b.
  • Page 40 Troubleshooting ● Touching a button causes the note that is sounding cuts out momentarily or a slight change in how effects are applied. Cause: This happens when the sounds of multiple parts are sounding at the same time while using layer, using the Duet Mode, playing back a built-in song, recording, etc.
  • Page 41: Reference

    Reference Product Specifications Model PX-S1000BK/PX-S1000WE Keyboard 88-key piano keyboard Duet Adjustable tone range (–2 to +2 octaves) Transpose –12 to 0 to +12 semitones Octave shift –2 to 0 to +2 octaves Sound Source Number of Tones 18 (17 full-keyboard tones + 1 low-range bass tone) •...
  • Page 42 Reference Inputs/Outputs PHONES jacks Stereo mini jacks (3.5mm) × 2 Power 12V DC AUDIO IN jack Stereo mini jack (3.5mm) Input impedance: 10kΩ Input voltage: 200mV LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks Standard jacks (6.3mm) × 2 Output impedance: 2.3kΩ Output voltage: 1.3V (RMS) MAX USB port Type B DAMPER PEDAL jack...
  • Page 43: Tone List

  • Page 44: Music Library List

    Reference Music Library List Title Title Nocturne Op.9-2 Passepied [Suite bergamasque] Fantaisie-Impromptu Op.66 Gymnopédie 1 Étude Op.10-3 “Chanson de l’adieu” Je Te Veux Étude Op.10-5 “Black Keys” Salut d’Amour Étude Op.10-12 “Revolutionary” The Entertainer Étude Op.25-9 “Butterflies” Maple Leaf Rag Prélude Op.28-7 L’arabesque [25 Etüden Op.100] Valse Op.64-1 “Petit Chien”...
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