Fine Tuning the Pitch/Selecting a Scale — Master Tune/Scale Tune
The explanations here apply to step #3 of the procedure on page 133.
Tuning the Overall Pitch — Master Tune
Selecting a Scale — Scale Tune
Determines the Scale (page 136).
Making Global and Other Important Settings — Function
The current tuning is shown above or below
the corresponding key.
Determines the ﬁne tuning of the selected note in 1-
cent steps. Press the 5 or 6 [LM] buttons
simultaneously to instantly reset the value to the
Determines the note to be tuned and the amount of tuning.
The tuning range is from "-64" through "0" to "+63." Each increment
equals one cent (one "cent" is one hundredth of a semitone).
Determines the overall
pitch of the PSR-2000/
1000, from 414.8 -
466.8 Hz. Press the 4
or 5 [LM] buttons
instantly reset the value
to the factory setting of
Determines the base note for each
When the base note is changed, the
pitch of the keyboard is transposed, yet
maintains the original pitch relationship
between the notes.
This unit of measurement
refers to the frequency of a
sound, and represents the
number of times a sound
wave vibrates in a second.
The Tune function does not
affect the Drum Kit or SFX
A unit of pitch equal to 1/100
of a semitone (100 cents = 1
You can register your origi-
nal scale tunings to a REG-
button. To do this, check-
mark "SCALE" in the REG-
display (page 84).