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Yamaha S08 Owner's Manual

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  • Page 2: Special Message Section

    This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product.

  • Page 3

    If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620 The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.

  • Page 4

    The required voltage is printed on the name plate of the instrument. • Use the specified adaptor (PA-5C or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha) only. Using the wrong adaptor can result in damage to the instrument or overheating. • Check the electric plug periodically and remove any dirt or dust which may have accumulated on it.

  • Page 5

    If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician. Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed.

  • Page 6: Package Contents

    Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha S08 Music Synthesizer. In order to get the most out of your new S08 and its sophisticated functions, we suggest you read through this manual thoroughly. Also keep it in a safe, convenient place so that you can regularly refer to it when necessary.

  • Page 7: About This Manual

    About This Manual This manual consists of the following sections. ■ Basics Section (page 11) This section provides a overview of the main functions and features of the S08 and introduces you to the basic operating conventions. ■ Quick Guide (page 29) This section explains how to use the basic functions.

  • Page 8: Application Index

    • Copying Part parameter settings of the Multi being edited to another Part in the same Multi ... (Page 49) • Backing up your S08 data ...Saving S08 Settings to an External Device/Saving the Settings (Pages 36, 50) ■ Changing the sound •...

  • Page 9: Application Index

    • Using the S08 as a multitimbral tone generator ... (Page 33) • Sending the S08 data using the Bulk Dump function ... Saving S08 Settings to an External Device (Page 36) • Editing Voices using a computer...The separate Installation Guide and S08 Voice Editor Owner’s Manual (PDF) •...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Playing Voices ... 29 Using Multi Mode ... 32 Playing in Multi Mode ... 32 Using the S08 as a Multitimbral Tone Generator (Multi Edit) . 33 Layering Two Voices (Parts) Together ... 35 Using Controllers ... 37 Pitch Bend Wheel & Modulation Wheel ... 37 Foot Controller ...

  • Page 11: Basics Section

    Basics Section The Controls & Connectors Top Panel OUTPUT STANDBY FOOT FOOT PHONES L/ MONO DC IN CONTROLLER SWITCH PITCH MODULATION A-1 B-1 C0 D0 E0 F0 G0 A0 B0 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 A1 B1 C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 A2 B2 C3 D3 E3 F3 G3 A3 B3 C4 D4 E4 F4 G4 A4 B5 C5 D5 E5 F5 G5 A5 B5 C6 D6 E6 F6 G6 A6 B6 C7 1 PITCH bend wheel (page 37) 2 MODULATION wheel (page 37) 3 [VOLUME] Slider (page 12)

  • Page 12: Before Use

    S08 after switching off the power of the amplified speakers or mixer and amplifier. n Before you switch your S08 on or off, first turn down the volume of any connected audio equipment. 1 Press the STANDBY/ON switch.

  • Page 13: Connections

    Before connecting the S08 to other electronic components, turn off the power to all the components. Before turning the power on or off to all components, set all volume levels to minimum(0). Otherwise, electrical shock or damage to the components may occur.

  • Page 14: Connecting To A Personal Computer

    When connecting the S08 to a computer with a USB cable, make sure that the USB cable is properly connected before turning on the power. Be careful not to turn off the power of the S08 if an application using the USB/MIDI connection is currently running.

  • Page 15: Connecting Controllers

    Although not indicated in the illustration above, the S08 actually receives and responds to MIDI data from the computer application (sequencer), regardless of the Local Sw setting on the S08. Serial port (modem or printer port) or USB port * MIDI “Echo”...

  • Page 16: Demo Playback

    Demo song playback continues indefinitely until stopped. Overview of the S08 The S08 has a wide variety of advanced and convenient features. This section gives you an overview of these features. The following diagram shows the various component sections or “blocks” of the S08.

  • Page 17: Controller

    Maximum Polyphony The maximum polyphony of the S08 is 64 notes. However, the actual note polyphony will vary depending on the number of Elements in the Voice. To calculate the actual polyphony, divide the total polyphony of 64 by the number of Elements in the Voice.

  • Page 18: Parameter Table

    Multi mode and tweaking it further. Since the owner’s manual page reference is also provided, you can quickly find the corresponding explanation by checking the currently selected mode and PAGE number on the S08, and referring to this table. Parameter Type...

  • Page 19

    Parameter Type LCD Display (parameter name) OSC/MIX (Oscillator/Mixer) Element Sw (Element Switch) (Wave Number) Level Alt.Group (Alternate Group) Key Assign RxNoteOff/On (Receive Note On/Off) PITCH NoteShift/Detune PchSclSns (Pitch Scaling Sensitivity) PchSclCN (Pitch Scaling Center Note) PEG R (PEG Rate) PEG L (PEG Level) PEGSclSns (PEG Scaling Sensitivity) PEGSclCN (PEG Scaling Center Note) PEGRtVel (PEG Rate Velocity)

  • Page 20: Voices & Multis

    29 Drum Voice * * Drum Voices XG121~128 are not of the GM2/XG set, but are original drum kits specifically programmed for the S08. n A total of 493 (GM2/XG) and 128 (Preset) Normal Voices plus 29 Drum Voices are available as presets. You can create and store your own original Voices;...

  • Page 21: Overview Of Voice/element/multi

    Overview of Voice/Element/Multi Each Voice can consist of up to four Elements. Each Element itself is a high-quality waveform or instrument sound. Voice & Element Each Voice can consist of up to four Elements. Elements are made from waveforms, and the quality of the Elements is high enough that each can be used on its own as a voice.

  • Page 22: Normal Voices & Drum Voices

    Normal Voices & Drum Voices There are two Voice types: Normal Voices and Drum Voices. Normal Voices are mainly pitched instrument sounds that can be played over the range of the keyboard. Drum Voices are mainly percussion/drum sounds that are assigned to individual notes on the keyboard.

  • Page 23: Factory Set (restore Factory Defaults)

    Factory Set (Restore Factory Defaults) This lets you restore the synthesizer’s default Internal Voices (User Memory) and Multis, as well as its System and other settings. Once you edit any settings, the corresponding factory defaults will be overwritten and lost. Use the procedure below to restore the factory default settings.

  • Page 24: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations In this section, you’ll learn about the structure of the modes of the S08, its panel display indications and its fundamental operations. Modes The S08 is organized into various modes, each covering a different set of operations and functions.

  • Page 25: Display Indications

    Display Indications Voice mode Multi Mode (ex. Voice Play mode) (ex. Multi Part edit) GrandPno Decay Tm XG001 PAGE PART ELEM PAGE Controller mode Card mode (ex. Load) FSTxCtlNo 001StPia>> PAGE PART ELEM PAGE Mode Voice Mode Voice Play (page 29) Voice Category (page 50) Voice Name Voice Edit (pages 40, 58)

  • Page 26: Selecting A Screen

    Selecting a Screen You can switch between screens by using the [▲]/[▼], ], [+]/[–] and [EXIT] buttons. [▲]/[▼] buttons Many of the displays consist of different screens. Use the [▲]/[▼] buttons to select the various screens. Previous screen (PAGE) DATA DEC/NO INC/YES Next screen (PAGE)

  • Page 27: Entering Data

    [EXIT] button Press the [EXIT] button to move up (exit) in the hierarchical structure and return to the previous screen. PIANO ORGAN GUITAR BASS STRINGS BRASS REED/PIPE SYN LEAD SYN PAD – ENTER EXIT SYN COMP CHROMATIC KEYBOARD PERCUSSION n Depending on the particular operation, the [EXIT] button performs other functions as well.

  • Page 28: Numeric Keypad, Enter Button

    Numeric keypad, [ENTER] button You can specify the value for the selected parameter by using the numeric keypad, then actually set that value by pressing the [ENTER] button. For example, to set a value of “100,” press (in order) the numeric keypad buttons [1], [0], and [0].

  • Page 29: Quick Guide

    Quick Guide You can freely select and play Voices (instrument sounds) from the PRESET, USER and GM2/XG memory groups, as explained below. n For details about voice, see page 20. For information on the Voice List, see the separate Data List. n The user memory can contain up to 128 Normal Voices and 2 Drum Voices (page 20).

  • Page 30: Selecting With The Data Dial

    The Drum Voices (page 22) are stored in separate areas of the User and GM2/XG memory sections. • To call up the User Drum memory (USDR1/ USDR2): Press the [USER] button while holding down thes [DRUM] button. • To call up the GM2/XG Drum memory •...

  • Page 31: Using Voice Category Search

    In this step, the lowest numbered Voice of the category is selected. n The S08 searches in the following order: PRESET, then USER, then GM2/XG. 3 Press the [INC/YES] button to increment the Voice number in that category and press the [DEC/NO] button to decrement it.

  • Page 32: Using Multi Mode

    Using Multi Mode Playing in Multi Mode In the Multi Play mode, you can select and play any of the Multis. n For more details about Multis, see pages 20 and 21. For information on the Multi List, see the separate Data List. n Up to 32 Multis can be stored in the USER (internal) memory.

  • Page 33: Using The S08 As A Multitimbral Tone Generator (multi Edit)

    Using the S08 as a Multitimbral Tone Generator (Multi Edit) Multi mode lets you configure the S08 as a multitimbral tone generator for use with computer-based music software or external sequencers. If each track in a song file uses a different MIDI channel, then the Parts in a Multi can be each assigned to those MIDI channels correspondingly.

  • Page 34

    file in the sequencer, the piano track is transmitted through MIDI channel 2. The MIDI data is received by the S08 which then plays the Voice for the Part assigned to MIDI channel 2. ) Repeat steps 3 to 9 above, but set up Part 3 for bass and to receive on MIDI channel 3.

  • Page 35: Layering Two Voices (parts) Together

    (C3) Lower Upper Part 1 Part 2 Strings Piano 1 Press the [MULTI] button, followed by the [EDIT] button (each LED will light) to enter the Multi Edit mode. n You need to select the Multi before entering the Multi Edit mode (page 32).

  • Page 36: Saving S08 Settings To An External Device

    You can also use this function to record important S08 data at the beginning of a song, so that all your original settings and data are automatically reset when your play back the song.

  • Page 37: Using Controllers

    Using Controllers The S08 is equipped with Pitch Bend and Modulation Wheels. By connecting an optional Foot Controller or Footswitch, you can also control a variety of parameters (such as changing the sound, changing Program Numbers, etc.) with your feet— and leave your hands free to play the keyboard.

  • Page 38: Foot Controller

    For details about Control Numbers and Control Change messages, refer to the separate Data List. Foot Switch An optional Yamaha FC4 or FC5 Foot Switch connected to the rear panel FOOT SWITCH jack (page 15 ) can be assigned to a range of parameters. This is...

  • Page 39

    2 Use the [ ▲ ] and [ ▼ ] buttons to call up the FSTxCtrlNo (FS transmit Control Number) screen (PAGE 3). DATA DEC/NO INC/YES FSTxCtlNo PAGE PART ELEM 3 Press the [INC/DEC] buttons to select “96” (PCInc). (Or, input the number 96 and press the [ENTER] button.) DATA DEC/NO...

  • Page 40: Voice Edit

    The following procedure shows you the fundamentals in creating and editing Voices. Of course, this is just one example; you are free to set any parameters in any way you like. Details about each parameter are given in the Reference section of this manual (page 58). n All parameter settings are stored along with the Voice itself.

  • Page 41: Common Edit And Editing Individual Elements

    DATA DEC/NO ELEM The S08 has a huge variety of available parameters. As you change the display pages, an arrow mark on the right side of the display points to the parameter chart printed on the panel, indicating the parameter type and what aspect of the instrument it’s related...

  • Page 42

    3 Set the Common Parameters Each Voice consists of up to four Elements. Here, the parameters common to all Elements are explained. ● GENERAL (Common General) In PAGES 1 to 4, you can set the Voice Name, Voice output settings and other general parameters. ●...

  • Page 43

    In PAGES 13 to 22, you can use the filter to change the tonal characteristics of each Element, by adjusting overtones (harmonic tones) included in the waveform from the Element. The S08 employs an LPF (low pass filter). Only frequencies below this point are passed. In addition, you can set the amount of Resonance (harmonic boost) applied to the signal around the cutoff frequency.

  • Page 44

    ● AMP (Amplitude) In PAGES 23 to 31, you can set the volume of each Element after the OSC (Oscillator), PITCH and FILTER parameters have been applied, as well as the final overall volume of the signal sent to the outputs.

  • Page 45: Storing Edited Voices

    ● LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) In PAGES 32 to 35, you can edit the LFO, which (as its name suggests) produces waveforms of a low frequency. These waveforms can be used to vary the pitch, filter or amplitude of each Element to create effects such as vibrato, wah and tremolo.

  • Page 46: Effects

    In the final stages of programming, you can set the effects parameters to further change the sound’s character. The S08 has two System Effect units (Reverb and Chorus) plus a Variation Effect unit (see below). Different effects settings can be set per Voice (in the Voice mode) and per Multi (in the Multi mode), though the connection between the Effect units will vary in each case.

  • Page 47: Effects In Voice Mode

    Can be used as either System or Insertion effect. * The default value of Dry Level is 127. This cannot be set from the panel of the S08; however, it can be set by transmitting appropriate MIDI messages from an external device.

  • Page 48: Using The Jobs

    Press the [DEC/NO] button to cancel the Job. n For Jobs that take longer to process, you will see the message “Executing” during processing. If you switch off the power to the S08 while this message is displayed, you risk corrupting your data. Using the Jobs 7 Press the [VOICE]/[MULTI] button to exit the Job mode and return to the Play mode.

  • Page 49: Bulk Dump

    2 Destination Element/Drum Key Set the Element/Drum Key of the Voice that is to be the destination for the copy. ❏ Settings: Normal Voice: E1 ~ E4 (Element 1 ~4) Drum Voice: C#-1 ~ G5 (Drum Key C#-1 ~ G5) Multi CpyVar (Copy Variation Effect) When Var Connect is set to “SYS,”...

  • Page 50: Saving The Settings (store)

    When you perform this, the settings for the destination Voice will be overwritten. Important data should always be backed up to computer, Yamaha MIDI Data Filer MDF3 or some other storage device. n When changing the Voice/Multi Name, refer to the explanation below.

  • Page 51: Playing The Songs

    Playing the Songs You can directly play back the Song files stored on Memory Card. Up to 100 Song files can be played back end-to-end by using the Chain Step feature. This Chain Step data can also be saved to Memory Card. n A Memory Card containing Song files must already be slotted in the Card Slot.

  • Page 52: Changing The Tempo

    For Jobs that take longer to process, you will see the message “Executing” during processing. If you switch off the power to the S08 while this message is displayed, you risk corrupting your data. 5 Press the [EXIT] button to exit the Job mode.

  • Page 53: Using The Memory Card

    Card. Do not reuse the seal that is peeled off. ■ Data Backup For maximum data security Yamaha recommends that you keep two copies of important data on separate Memory Cards. This gives you a backup if one Memory Card is lost or damaged.

  • Page 54: Saving The S08 Data To Memory Card (save)

    Loading the S08 Data from Memory Card (Load) You can load files from Memory Card to the S08, as well as select the type of data to be loaded. ❏ Settings: All , An User Normal Voice (1 to 128), An User Drum Voice (1 and 2) 1 Press the [CARD] button.

  • Page 55: Formatting Memory Card

    Renaming the Files (Renam) You can rename files using up to eight alphabetic and numeric characters. n Only S08 Format files (saved by the S08) can be renamed. 1 Press the [CARD] button. The Card Mode screen appears. 2 Use the [...

  • Page 56

    The file name should include the extension “.S6V.” If you save a file to a Macintosh computer, the extension “.S6V” is not added automatically. Before loading such files to the S08, you’ll need to manually add the extension “.S6V” to the file names. Using the Memory Card...

  • Page 57: Touch Sensitivity

    Touch Sensitivity Six different types of keyboard sensitivity can be selected to match different playing styles and preferences. 1 Press the [CONTROLLER] button to enter the Controller mode. 2 Use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the Fixed Vel screen (PAGE 6), then press the [DEC/NO] button to select “off.”...

  • Page 58: Reference

    Reference (Function List) This list clearly and concisely explains the function of every parameter. Following the table are various footnotes, providing further details and explanations for those items marked with an asterisk (*). The “Related Page” column also provides cross-references for operation examples, other details and relevant parameters.

  • Page 59

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name ChorusSend Chorus Send SndCho→Rev Send Chorus To Reverb VarEF Variation Effect Type (Variation Type MSB/LSB) (Variation (Variation Parameter 1-5,10 MSB/LSB) Parameters) MW VarCtl MW Variation Control Depth AC1 VarCtl AC1 Variation Control Depth Element...Settings of individual four Elements [VOICE] →...

  • Page 60

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name PEGSclSns PEG Rate Scaling Sensitivity PEGSclCN PEG Rate Scaling Center Note PEGRtVel PEG Rate Velocity Sensitivity PEGLvlVel PEG Level Velocity Sensitivity FILTER Cutoff Filter Cutoff Frequency Resonance Filter Resonance CutoffVel Cutoff Velocity Sensitivity ResoVel Resonance Velocity Sensitivity FltSclFlag Filter Cutoff Scaling Flag Flt BP1-4...

  • Page 61

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name AMP (Amplitude) AEGAtkR AEG Attack Rate AEGDcy1R AEG Decay 1 Rate AEGDcy2R AEG Decay 2 Rate AEGRelR AEG Release Rate AEGInitL AEG Initial Level AEGDcy1L AEG Decay 1 Level AEGSusL AEG Sustain Level AEGSclSens AEG Scaling Sensitivity AEGLvlVel AEG Level Velocity Sensitivity AEGAtkVel...

  • Page 62: Voice Edit (drum)

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name ■ Voice Edit (Drum) Common... Settings that apply to all drum keys [VOICE] → → → → Drum Voice Selection → → → → [EDIT] → → → → [+]&[-] (Press simultaneously) GENERAL Name Name (Name 1-8/Category) OrgKt Original Kit Key...Settings of individual drum keys (C#-1~G5)

  • Page 63: Voice Job

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name ■ Voice Job [VOICE] → → → → Voice Selection → → → → [JOB] Init Initialize CpyElm/ Copy Element/Copy Key CopyKey BlkDmp Bulk Dump ■ Voice Store → → → → [VOICE] → → → → [STORE] ■...

  • Page 64

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name SndVar → Rev Send Variation To Reverb SndVar → Cho Send Variation To Chorus MW VarCtl MW Variation Control Depth AC1VarCtl AC1 Variation Control Depth Part...Settings of individual 16 parts [MULTI] → → → → Multi Selection → → → → [EDIT] → → → → [+] or [-] VOICE Voice Bank Select MSB/LSB, Program Number...

  • Page 65: Multi Job

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name PEGIntL Pitch EG Initial Level PEGAtkTm Pitch EG Attack Time PEGRelL Pitch EG Release Level PEGRelTm Pitch EG Release Time Vib Rate Vibrato Rate Vib Depth Vibrato Depth Vib Delay Vibrato Delay Time CONTROLLER Porta Sw Portamento Switch PortaTime Portamento Time...

  • Page 66: Multi Store

    Determines the MIDI Device Number. This number must match the Device Number of the external MIDI device when transmitting/receiving system exclusive messages. Determines the MIDI Receive channel for using the S08 (in the Voice mode) with an external MIDI device, and for using it as a MIDI tone generator. (Omni: all channels).

  • Page 67: Utility Job

    Selected Selected Display Parameter Name MIDI SETUP Local Sw Local Switch HostSelect Host Select Switch EFFECT V EfBypass Voice Effect Bypass ■ Utility Job [UTILITY] → → → → [JOB] FactorySet Factory Set ■ Controller [CONTROLLER] CTRL ASSIGN (Controller Assign) MWTxCtlNo MW Transmit Control Number FCTxCtlNo...

  • Page 68

    Changes to velocity curve according to In the value is too high, noise may result. If VelDepth (with Offset set to 64) this happens, reduce the value. VelSnsDpt Actual Velocity The Element settings whose Element for tone generator Depth=127 (twice) Switch is set to “off”...

  • Page 69

    Mode, you need to set the SAME NOTE NUMBER KEY ASSIGN in the Multi Part to “INST (for Drum).” This cannot be set from the panel of S08; however it can be set by transmitting appropriate MIDI Key on messages from an external Device. For...

  • Page 70

    ● PRESET The function of the Variation Effect changes depending on this setting, as do the types of parameter changes. ❏ Settings: PR001~PR128 This can be set only when Variation Connection (PAGE 15)is set to “SYS.” ● USER When Variation Connection is set to “INS,”...

  • Page 71

    Settings: When VarConnect is set to “INS”: on (effect is applied), off (effect is not applied) Time Depth When VarConnect is set to “SYS”: 0~127 Deley Rate When VarConnect is set to “INS,” this Key on parameter determines whether or not the Variation effect is applied to the particular Vib Rate Part.

  • Page 72: Appendix

    Change and various other types of MIDI data, or messages. The S08 can control a MIDI device by transmitting note related data and various types of controller data. The S08 can be controlled by the incoming MIDI messages which automatically determine tone generator mode, select MIDI channels, voices and effects, change parameter values, and of course play the voices specified for the various Parts.

  • Page 73: Channel Messages

    MIDI messages can be divided into two groups: Channel messages and System messages. Below is an explanation of the various types of MIDI messages which the S08 can receive/transmit. CHANNEL MESSAGES Channel messages are the data related to the performance on the keyboard for the specific channel.

  • Page 74: Effect4 Depth (variation Effect Send Level)

    Release Time (Control #072) Messages which adjust the AEG release time set for each Part. The value set here is an offset value which will be added to or subtracted from the voice data. Attack Time (Control #073) Messages which adjust the AEG attack time set for each Part.

  • Page 75: Program Change

    The S08 does not transmit this data from the keyboard; however, the S08 does properly respond to this data when received from an external device.

  • Page 76: System Messages

    About MIDI XG System On When this data is received, the S08 will switch to XG (Multi) mode and all the parameters will be initialized accordingly, and XG-compatible messages such as NRPN and Bank Select messages can be received.

  • Page 77: Display Messages

    The memory-backup battery is low; memory cannot be backed up. Store the necessary data to a Memory Card or a MIDI data storage device such as Yamaha MIDI Data Filer MDF3, and have the battery changed by your local Yamaha dealer or any other authorized Yamaha service personnel.

  • Page 78: Troubleshooting

    1 Connect a set of headphones to check whether the S08 is properly producing sound. If you can hear the sound in the headphones but not from your connected audio system, you can assume that the problem is in the cable connections to the audio system.

  • Page 79

    Relevant Settings in the Song Data and on Connected MIDI Devices ● When playing Multis using a MIDI sequencer, have the transmit channels for each sequencer track and the receive channels for each Part in the Multi been set correctly? (Page 64) ●...

  • Page 80

    LFO. For those parameters you don’t want to control, set the depth to “0.” (Page 37) Cannot receive bulk data. ● When using the Voice Editor for S08, have you set a sufficient Dump Interval? The Dump Interval in the Voice Editor Setup dialog must be set to 10ms or greater.

  • Page 81: Checking The Midi Cable

    Here’s a quick way to check a MIDI cable, to make sure it’s properly conducting signals. n Before starting this, set the S08 to Voice mode and make sure that the S08 is properly outputting sound when you play the keyboard.

  • Page 82

    Control Panel → System → Hardware → Device Manager ● When using the Card Filer with the S08 connected via USB to the computer, make sure the S08 is properly conncted to the computer with a USB cable, and set the Thru On/Off setting of the MIDI-USB Driver to “Off,” by the method...

  • Page 83: Specifications

    CONTROLLER, FOOT SWITCH, MIDI IN/OUT/THRU, USB, Card slot LCD (Back Lit) Yamaha AC adaptor PA-5C (included)* * May not be included in your area. Please check with your Yamaha dealer. OUTPUT: +9±2dBm (10 kΩ), PHONES: +0±2dBm (33 Ω) 1323 (W) x 389 (D) x 159 (H) mm 19.8kg...

  • Page 84: Index

    CONTROLLER (Multi Edit) ... 65 CONTROLLER (Voice Edit Normal)... 58 Controllers and External MIDI Control ...37 Controlling an External MIDI device with the S08... 13 Controlling Another MIDI Device via MIDI THRU ...14 Controlling the S08 from an External MIDI device ...13 Copy Controller ...

  • Page 85: Lcd (liquid Crystal Display)

    Load ...54 Loading the files saved by the Voice Editor for S08 on Memory Card. (Imprt) ...55 Loading the S08 Data from Memory Card (Load) ...54 Local On/Off — When Connected to a Computer ... 15 Local Switch (Reference) ...67 Low Frequency Oscillator ...45...

  • Page 86: Preset/(drum/perc)] Button

    Saving Data to an External Device (Bulk Dump) ...49 Saving S08 Settings to an External Device (Bulk Dump Send) ...36 Saving the S08 data to Memory Card (Save) ...54 Saving the Settings (Store) ...50 Saw (Sawtooth Wave) ...69 Scaling ...39 Selecting a Mode ...24...

  • Page 87

    For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha or the authorized distributor listed below. Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser à Yamaha ou au distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans la liste suivante. NORTH AMERICA CANADA Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.

  • Page 88

    Yamaha Web Site (English only) www.yamahasynth.com Yamaha Manual Library (English versions only) http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/english/ M.D.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2002 Yamaha Corporation V881780 202MWCP2.3-01A0 This document is printed on chlorine free (ECF) paper with soy ink.

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