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Yamaha PORTATONE PSR-1000 Owner's Manual: Tap Tempo

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Tap Tempo

This useful feature lets you tap out the tempo for a song or an accompaniment style.
Simply tap the [TAP TEMPO] button at the desired speed, and the tempo of the song or
the accompaniment style changes to match your tapping.
Playback the song or the
accompaniment style
(page 59, 76).
I Tempo Indications — MAIN Display
There are three different tempo indications in the Main display, as shown below.
Indicates the default (initial) tempo
setting for the currently selected
Indicates the current tempo for the
selected song, accompaniment
style or the metronome which is
now playing back. When nothing is
playing back (stopped), this
indicates the tempo for the selected
style. When the song and style are
played back simultaneously, the
tempo of the style is automatically
changed to match the tempo of the
song, and is displayed here. This
tempo is used for recording when
recording a song or
accompaniment style.
Indicates the default (initial) tempo
setting for the currently selected
accompaniment style.
Basic Operations — Organizing Your Data
Tap the [TAP TEMPO] button twice
to change the tempo.
Hitting the [TAP TEMPO]
button produces a tapping
sound. You can change this
sound, if desired (page 149).
You can also use Tap Tempo
to automatically start the
song or accompaniment
style at the desired tempo.
While both the song and
accompaniment style are
stopped, tap the [TAP
TEMPO] button several
times, and the selected
accompaniment style starts
automatically at the tempo
you tapped. While a song is
set to Sync. Start stand-by
(page 60, 76), tapping the
[TAP TEMPO] button starts
the song playback in the
same manner. For songs
and styles in 2/4 and 4/4
time, tap four times; for 3/4
time, tap three times; for 5/4
time, tap five times.


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    I need some voice style into my keyboard yamaha 1000