Yamaha PORTATONE PSR-1000 Owner's Manual: Style Setting, Split Point And Chord Fingering; Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters Style Setting And Split Point; Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters

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Making Global and Other Important Settings — Function
Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters —
Style Setting, Split Point, and Chord Fingering
The explanations here apply to step #3 of the procedure on page 133.
Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters — Style Setting
and Split Point
1
2
3
4
This applies to the OTS Link function, in which One Touch Settings are automatically called up
with changes in the section. This determines the timing in which the One Touch Settings change
with the section. (The [OTS LINK] button must be on.)
Real Time
One Touch Setting is immediately called up when you press a section button.
Next Bar
One Touch Setting is called up at the next measure, after you press a section button.
Turns the Stop Accompaniment (ACMP) function on/off. When this is set to "ON,"
you can play the chord and bass sounds of the accompaniment by playing chords
— even when the accompaniment style is not playing back.
About Split Point
Split point is the position on keyboard that separates the Auto
Accompaniment section (ACMP) and left-hand section (LEFT) from the
right-hand section (MAIN). The LEFT split point cannot be set lower than
the ACMP split point, and the ACMP split point cannot be set higher than
the LEFT split point.
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F
G
H
I
J
5
6
7
8
These select the part to which the split point
setting is applied: accompaniment, left-hand
range, or both. Press the desired key for the split
point while holding down one of these buttons.
The pressed key is included in the range for the
Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard
(ACMP) or the left-hand range (LEFT).
A+L (ACMP + LEFT)
Allows you to simultaneously set the split
point for both the left-hand range and the
Auto Accompaniment section of the
keyboard.
L (LEFT)
Allows you to set the split point for the left-hand range of the keyboard.
A (ACMP)
Allows you to set the split point for the Auto Accompaniment section of the
keyboard.
Determines the split points for the auto accompaniment (ACMP) and the left-
hand range (LEFT). The same value can be set for both or for each
independently, using buttons [F], [G], and [H] (see above). You can use these
buttons by themselves to set the split point value.
Determines the default section that is automatically called up when selecting
different accompaniment styles (when accompaniment is stopped).
Turns touch response for the accompaniment on/off. When this is set to "ON,"
the accompaniment volume changes in response to your playing strength (in
the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard).
The PSR-2000/1000 lets you automatically enable Sync Stop (page 65) simply
by quickly pressing/releasing keys in the Auto Accompaniment section of the
keyboard. This parameter lets you set the length of the key-hold time.
About Section Set
About Section Set
When any of the Main A-D
When any of the Main A-D
sections is not included in
sections is not included in
the accompaniment style
the accompaniment style
data, the nearest section is
data, the nearest section is
automatically selected. For
automatically selected. For
example, when Main D is not
example, when Main D is not
contained in the selected
contained in the selected
accompaniment style, Main
accompaniment style, Main
C will be called up.
C will be called up.
Split point (A)
Split point (L)
Right-hand
Left-hand
Auto
section
Accompaniment
Split point (A) + (L)
section
Right-hand
Auto Accompaniment section
+ Left-hand section
section
section

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  • Meelad Oct 20, 2017 08:11:
    I need some voice style into my keyboard yamaha 1000