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  • Page 2 Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 3: About This Manual

    Owner’s Manual. In addition, the Owner’s Manual contains basic information about the ELS-01/01C, such as the Panel Layout and Basic Operations (pages 8 – 21), helpful sections you should read before working through this booklet.
  • Page 4 You’ll also save these Registrations to a SmartMedia card. Finally, play the song and use the right footswitch to change the Registration Memory. The Lower keyboard and Pedalboard parts are very simple, letting you master this piece quickly. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial ” ”...
  • Page 5 “Moldau” is a short song, yet it includes a very colorful organ sound. Enjoy all of the sounds from your head down to your feet. Classical Sound Soft Jazz Sound Tasty Jazz Sound Colorful Jazz Sound Percussive Rock Sound Classical Sound (same as M1) ” Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 6 Playing with the Registration Menus Song: “Grandfather’s Clock” Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 7 The song has endured, renewing its popularity every generation, and has even left us with the word “grandfather clock” — meaning a standing, tallcase clock. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 8 Grandfather’s Clock Composed by Henry Clay Work Arranged by Riko Morino * Notes in parentheses can be ignored. RHYTHM SYNCHRO START Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 9 RHYTHM STOP (with right hand) Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 10 The simple, warm sounds of the oboe and soft strings perfectly match this melodic song, with the rhythm gently echoing the tick-tock sound of the clock. Press the REGISTRATION MENU [1] button. The Kids Menu appears. REGISTRATION MENU Select [Simple 8Beat 2] in the Kids Menu. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 11 Notice the tied notes in the left hand. When changing chords, be careful not to break up the continuous sound between the chords. The notes in parentheses are optional and can be left out, especially if you have difficulty playing them. START BAR / BEAT TEMPO TEMPO BAR / BEAT TEMPO Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 12 Storing it to Registration Memory Creating a Simple Intro Sound based on the Registration Menu Slightly Editing the Intro Sound Enjoying the Original Sound of the Registration Menu Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Song: Dancing Queen...
  • Page 13 Disco-flavored acts was ABBA, the Swedish male/female team of songwriters/ singers — and “Dancing Queen” was one of their most popular songs. As you’ll discover, the Electone has a wide variety of highly danceable rhythms that are ideal for recreating the Disco sound. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 14 Words & Music by Benny Andersson/Björn Ulvaeus/Stig Anderson © 1976 by UNIVERSAL MUSIC PUBLISHING A.B./UNION SONGS A.B. All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. Prin rights for Japan controlled K.K. Music SALES Softly INTRO , RHYTHM SYNCHRO START Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 15 ENDING 1 (with left footswitch) Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 16 Press the [A.B.C./M.O.C.] button to call up the Auto Bass Chord/Melody On Chord display, then set Melody On Chord (M.O.C. MODE) to OFF. DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 17 While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [1] button. 2. Press the numbered button. 1. While holding down [M.] button… When the Registration is being stored, the [1] button flashes momentarily. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 18 While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [2] button. 1. While holding down [M.] button… When the Registration is being stored, the [2] button flashes momentarily. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial 2. Press the numbered button.
  • Page 19: Footswitch Settings

    Set the Mode to [RHYTHM], then select [ENDING 1] in the RHYTHM CONTROL section in the display. DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 20 While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [3] button. 1. While holding down [M.] button… When the Registration is being stored, the [3] button flashes momentarily. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial 2. Press the numbered button.
  • Page 21 In the SONG SELECT Page of the display, select a blank Song to which the Registration data will be saved. DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Press the [REGIST EDIT] button in the display. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 22 You can change the Song name as desired (see page 104 in the Owner’s Manual). To call up the saved Registration data, select the song in the SONG SELECT Page of the M.D.R. display then press the [F ] (Play) button. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 23 (If this part is difficult for you to play, feel free to ignore it.) NOTE NOTE To better feel the disco rhythm with your whole body, play the pedalboard with four quarter notes every measure. Now, start playing — in rhythm! INTRO START BAR / BEAT TEMPO Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 24 Electric Piano Classic Rock Organ Sweet Harmonica Melody Soft Harmony with Pad Sound on the Lower Keyboard Mysterious Arpeggio with Delay Electric Guitar Solo Ending with Acoustic Guitar and Electric Piano Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Song: Change the World...
  • Page 25 The song was recorded first by country superstar Wynonna, and eventually found its way to Eric Clapton and Babyface, who performed and produced it for the soundtrack of the movie “Phenomenon.” Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 26 60’s 8Beat 8Beat Light1 MainA 8Beat Light1 MainB 60’s 8Beat Break Intro1 8Beat Light1 MainA 8Beat Light1 MainB 8Beat Light1 MainB 8Beat Light1 FillInB 16Beat 1 MainC 16Beat 1 MainC 16Beat 1 MainD Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 27 For details on “H.Vib” and the asterisk mark (*), refer to page 57. 16Beat 1 Break 8Beat Light1 MainA (2nd time) Hard Rock 2 MainD Hard Rock 2 MainD 8Beat Light1 MainA 8Beat Light1 MainA Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Country Rock 2 MainB 8Beat Light1 MainB Folk Rock 1 Ending2...
  • Page 28 How do go about creating the Registration? Where do you start? — the Voice settings for playing the melody, or the rhythm settings that determine the groove? Actually, either is fine. In these instructions, we’ll first select the Voices for each keyboard, Upper, Lower and Pedal, then make the rhythm settings. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 29: Adjusting The Reverb Settings

    The sliders in Page 3 of the Reverb display are the same as the Reverb slider in the Voice Condition display of each Voice section. In these instructions, we’ll adjust the reverb for each Voice section by using the Reverb Slider in the Voice Condition display, not the Reverb display. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 30 Selecting and Editing the Upper Keyboard Voices Press the [ORGAN] button in the UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 1 section. STRINGS PIANO Select [Rock Organ 1] in the displayed Voice Menu, on display Page 4. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 1 BRASS WOOD- TUTTI...
  • Page 31 The VOLUME buttons on the panel let you make broad settings to the volume, while the VOLUME slider in the Voice Condition display lets you make fine adjustments. UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 1 BRILLIANCE BRILLIANT WOOD- TUTTI SYNTH WIND PERCUS- GUITAR CHOIR WORLD SION MELLOW VOLUME Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 32 After you’ve changed the Effect Type, the effect parameters at the bottom half of the display automatically change as well to reflect the switch. Feel free to adjust these effect parameters as you want to get the desired sound. Set the EQ High Gain to +7dB. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 33 On Page 1 of the Voice Condition display, set After Touch in Touch Tone to 0, and Volume to 22. You don’t need to make any changes in Pages 2 and 3 of the Voice Condition display. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 34 On Page 3 of the display, change EFFECT 1 to CHORUS and TYPE 1 to CELESTE 4. You don’t need to make any changes in Page 4 of the Voice Condition display. This completes the settings for the Lower Keyboard Voices. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 35 Set the BRILLIANCE button (at the right of the Voice buttons), to the third position from the top. Also, set the VOLUME button to the third position from the bottom. PEDAL VOICE 1 BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANT CONTRA ELEC. BASS BASS TIMPANI SYNTH BASS LOWER MELLOW Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 36 This completes the settings for the Pedal Voice settings. Editing the Rhythm Condition Press the [POPS] button on the panel. SEQ. SEQ. Select the [60’s 8Beat] in the displayed Rhythm Menu, on display Page 1. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial RHYTHM MARCH WALTZ SWING& POPS R &...
  • Page 37 (M2 – M7), referring to the list of Voice Condition settings below. RHYTHM MARCH WALTZ SWING& POPS R & B JAZZ LATIN WORLD BALLAD ROCK DANCE MUSIC TEMPO Increases the tempo BAR / BEAT TEMPO VOLUME Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 38 After you’ve made all the necessary Voice Condition settings, press the [ROTARY SP SPEED] button to turn it Now that the Registration Memory 2 settings are complete, record these settings to the [2] button in Registration Memory section. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Center Touch Tone...
  • Page 39 Type 1 Page 4 Effect 2 Type 2 BRILLIANCE Center Initial: 8 After: 8 Horizontal: 0 After: 0 Preset (8') User Delay: 4, Depth: 2, Speed: 3 Time: 0 Delay Echo Preset Thru 4th from bottom Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 40 LEAD VOICE 2 is not going to be used in this Registration, so check that its volume is set to 0. Now that the Registration Memory 3 settings are complete, record these settings to the [3] button in Registration Memory section. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 41 Creating the Lead Voice 2 settings Press User button [1] of Lead Voice 2, then select [Pop Lead 6] from the Synth category, display Page 2. LEAD VOICE 2 BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANT ACOUS- VIRTUAL SOLO (KNEE) ELEC- CUSTOM TRONIC MELLOW Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 42 The “Last” setting of the Priority parameter allows you to play the phrase with the Lead Voice while one note is being held down — for example, in the fourth and seventh bars in C in the notation. This completes the LEAD VOICE 2 settings. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Center Touch Tone...
  • Page 43 Pitch Horizontal: 0 Feet Preset (8') Reverb Volume Vibrato Preset Touch Vibrato Transpose Tune Effect 1 EQ/Enhancer Type 1 ST 2Band EQ Effect 2 Thru Type 2 Thru 4th from bottom After: 0 After: 0 Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 44 Accompaniment Volume to 18. This completes the Rhythm Condition settings. Now that the Registration Memory 4 settings are complete, record these settings to the [4] button in Registration Memory section. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Accompaniment Parts...
  • Page 45 Initial: 4 Pitch Horizontal: 0 Feet Preset (8’) Reverb Volume Vibrato Preset Touch Vibrato Transpose Tune Effect 1 Chorus Type 1 Celeste 4 Effect 2 Thru Type 2 Thru 4th from bottom After: 0 After: 0 Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 46 UPPER (KNEE) LOWER PEDAL (KNEE) Now that the Registration Memory 5 settings are complete, record these settings to the [5] button in Registration Memory section. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Center Initial: 4 After: 0 Horizontal: 0 After: 0 Preset...
  • Page 47 Horizontal Touch is available only on the ELS-01C. This completes the UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 2 settings. Center Initial: 8 After: 8 Horizontal: 6 After: -9 User Delay: 3, Depth: 3, Speed: 1 Distortion+ Dist.+Delay Thru Thru 4th from bottom Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 48 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 BRILLIANCE Now that the Registration Memory 6 settings are complete, record these settings to the [6] button in Registration Memory section. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Center Touch Tone Initial: 8 Pitch Horizontal: 0...
  • Page 49 Initial: 8 Pitch Horizontal: 0 Feet Preset (16') Reverb Volume Vibrato Preset Touch Vibrato Transpose Tune Effect 1 Preset Type 1 ST2Band EQ Effect 2 Thru Type 2 Thru 4th from bottom After: 0 After: 0 Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 50 The only difference between the Upper Keyboard Voices and Lower Keyboard Voices is the Feet (octave) setting. Now that the Registration Memory 7 settings are complete, record these settings to the [7] button in Registration Memory section. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Touch Tone Initial: 5 Pitch...
  • Page 51: Selecting A Sequence

    L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES SPEED FLUTES The Sequence display appears and the destination, [SEQ.1] (Sequence 1), is selected. Press the [RHYTHM] button at the top right of the display to call up the RHYTHM Page. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 52 Select [60’s 8Beat] from the displayed rhythm menu. The selected rhythm is shown at the top of the display. Press the INTRO [1] button to turn Intro 1 on. NOTE When the Intro, Ending, or Break section is selected, the MAIN/FILL IN button flashes. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial RHYTHM MARCH WALTZ SWING&...
  • Page 53 Press the MAIN/FILL IN [A] button twice so that the [A] button lights (not flashes). NOTE When you press the [A] button once, the button flashes and Fill In A is selected. Pressing it again lights the [A] button and Main A is selected. MAIN / FILL IN Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 54 NOTE If you make a mistake in entering a rhythm, move the cursor to the rhythm you want to delete and press the [DELETE] button in the display, then reenter the correct rhythm. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Rhythm Selection...
  • Page 55 Check the timing indication in the notation for the M1 event. You’ll see it’s written as “1.1.0” — meaning, Bar 1, Beat 1, Clock 0. After setting the appropriate timing, press the [SET] button in the display to actually enter M1 at that timing. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 56 first measure in each sequence is numbered “1,” no matter what number measure it actually is in the song. Quit the Rhythm Sequence by pressing the [SEQUENCE] button in the DISPLAY SELECT section. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C.
  • Page 57: Recording The Performance

    After recording is finished, listen back to your newly recorded song. Recording the Performance Here, we’ll show you how to set up and start recording. Insert a SmartMedia card into the card slot. ” mark, press the key and apply both Horizontal Touch (wiggling the Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 58 If this happens and you don’t need the recording, you can delete the song with the [SONG DELETE] button in the TOOLS Page of the M.D.R. display (see page 120 in the Owner’s Manual). Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 59 During playback of a song, you can fast forward, rewind, or pause the song as desired. You can also select the part to be played (see page 113 in the Owner’s Manual). ] (Play) button Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 60 Creating Various Organ Sounds Classical Sound Soft Jazz Sound Tasty Jazz Sound Colorful Jazz Sound Percussive Rock Sound Classical Sound (same as M1) Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial (ELS-01C only) Song: Moldau...
  • Page 61 flowing and rushing through the countryside. Times have changed, however, and the old hunting trumpets and peasant dances have been replaced by jazz groups and rock bands — a complex image you can use as inspiration when you play this arrangement… Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 62 Moldau Composed by Bedrich Smetana Arranged by Riko Morino right foot left foot ROTARY SP On (with right hand) Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 63 Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 64: Before Starting

    Imagine that you are in a large concert hall or a stone cathedral — one that has both a majestic pipe organ high above the floor and a small organ near the audience. Adjusting the Reverb Settings Press the top of the REVERB button on the panel to set the depth to 24. REVERB Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 65 The lamp of the [U. ORGAN FLUTES] button lights and the Upper Organ Flute display is called up. DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 66 The response setting is one of the most important points in producing this classical sound. This delays the response of the notes when playing the keys, resembling the short, natural delay in an actual pipe organ. Set the Effect Type to [OFF]. This completes the Upper Organ Flutes settings. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 67 Press the [ATTACK/VOLUME] button at the top right of the display to call up the ATTACK/VOLUME Page, then change the display settings as indicated below. Set the Effect Type to [OFF]. This completes the Lower Organ Flutes settings. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 68 Select the [Organ Bass 2] Voice from the Organ category, display Page 5. Helpful Hint Choose your favorite Voice for the Pedal Voice, then change its Feet (octave) setting to best suit the Registration. Try that with Organ Bass or Pipe Organ, whichever you prefer. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial VOLUME...
  • Page 69 Memory section. Before recording, confirm that the lamps of the [U. ORGAN FLUTES] and [L. ORGAN FLUTES] buttons are lit. While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [1] button. When the Registration is being stored, the [1] button flashes momentarily. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 70 Registration. Here in the M2 Registration, however, the Response lever should be set to 0, to create a clear sound with quick attack. In addition, the lower setting of the reverb simulates a more intimate performance environment, with the organ placed near the audience. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 71 VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES SPEED FLUTES Set the SPEED to 6.06 Hz. Turn the Rotary Speaker off by pressing the [ROTARY SP SPEED] button again. This completes the Upper Organ Flutes settings. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 72 This completes the Lower Organ Flutes settings. Selecting and Editing the Pedal Voice Press User button [1] of PEDAL VOICE 1. PEDAL VOICE 1 BRILLIANCE BRILLIANT CONTRA ELEC. BASS BASS TIMPANI SYNTH BASS LOWER MELLOW Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial VOLUME...
  • Page 73 FLUTES] buttons are lit, and the lamp of the [ROTARY SP SPEED] button is off. While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [2] button. When the Registration is being stored, the [2] button flashes momentarily. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 74 You would think that adding more of this high tone would make the sound too brilliant. However, the footage gives the sound its “cool” jazzy character. Press the [ATTACK/VOLUME] button at the top right of the display to call up the ATTACK/VOLUME Page, then set Attack 2 2/3' to 0. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 75 Memory section. Before recording, confirm that the lamps of the [U. ORGAN FLUTES] and [L. ORGAN FLUTES] buttons are lit. While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [3] button. When the Registration is being stored, the [3] button flashes momentarily. Fold down Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 76 L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED You don’t need to make any changes in the ATTACK/VOLUME Page. Press the [ROTARY SP SPEED] button to turn it on. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH...
  • Page 77 [ROTARY SP SPEED] buttons are all lit. While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [4] button. When the Registration is being stored, the [4] button flashes momentarily. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 78 Add the 1 3/5' footage if you like. Press the [ATTACK/VOLUME] button at the top right of the display to call up the ATTACK/VOLUME Page, then set Attack 4' to 4. This completes the Upper Organ Flutes settings. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 79 The setting of the Lower Organ Flute is ideal for playing bass parts on the Lower keyboard. Enjoy the deep, full sound. Press the [ATTACK/VOLUME] button at the top right of the display to call up the ATTACK/VOLUME Page, then change the Volume to 20. This completes the Lower Organ Flutes settings. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 80 [ROTARY SP SPEED] buttons are all lit. While holding down the [M.] (Memory) button in the Registration Memory section, press the [5] button. When the Registration is being stored, the [5] button flashes momentarily. Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 81: Before Playing

    Press the [FOOT SWITCH] button to call up the Footswitch display. In the RIGHT Page, set the Registration Shift mode to [SHIFT]. DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 82 This arrangement showcases a variety of different organ sounds and features various dynamic stylistic changes. Play it with enthusiasm, and above all — enjoy it. You’re now an Electone master! Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial , play in a relaxed way, and put in ), ride the rhythm and play evenly.
  • Page 83 Playing the ELS-01/01C — Tutorial...
  • Page 84 Yamaha Manual Library http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/english/ U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2004 Yamaha Corporation This document is printed on chlorine free (ECF) paper with soy ink. WB86420 401MWCP35.2-01A0...

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