Casio CDP-220R User Manual

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    USER’S GUIDE Please keep all information for future reference. Safety Precautions Before trying to use the Digital Piano, be sure to read the separate “Safety Precautions”. GUÍA DEL USUARIO Guarde toda la información para futuras consultas. Precauciones de seguridad Antes de intentar usar el piano digital, asegúrese de leer las “Precauciones de seguridad”...

  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions, Declaration Of Conformity

    When you need to have the apparatus completely disconnected from the MAINS, you must unplug the power cord. For that purpose, locate the apparatus in a way that secures easy access to the power cord. Model Number: CDP-220R Trade Name: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. Responsible party: CASIO AMERICA, INC. Address: 570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801...

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    ● Any reproduction of the contents of this manual, either in part or its entirety, is prohibited. Except for your own, personal use, any other use of the contents of this manual without the consent of CASIO is prohibited under copyright laws.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents General Guide ... E-4 Using the 10-key Pad ( )...E-7 FUNCTION Button ( ) Functions ...E-7 Returning the Digital Piano to Its Factory Default Settings ...E-8 Getting Ready to Play ... E-9 Preparing the Music Stand ...E-9 Connecting a Pedal Unit...E-9 Power Supply ...E-9 Playing the Digital Piano...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Fingering Guide ... E-75 MIDI Implementation Chart Separately Available Accessories • You can get information about accessories that are separately for this product from the CASIO catalog available from your retailer, and from the CASIO website at the following URL.

  • Page 6: General Guide

    General Guide • In this manual, the term “Digital Piano” refers to the CDP-220R. • In this manual, buttons and other controllers are identified using the numbers shown below. 3 4 5 6 7 8 bp bq cn co bk bl bm...

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    • The following explains the meaning of the $ symbol that appears on the product console and with the key names below. $ : Indicates a function that is enabled by holding down the button for some time. For example, METRONOME, BEAT $ means that the BEAT function is enabled by holding down the button for some time.

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    General Guide ■ Back SD CARD SLOT ☞E-59 USB port ☞E-64 SUSTAIN/ASSIGNABLE JACK ☞E-9 AUDIO IN jack ☞E-68 DC 12V terminal ☞E-9 PHONES/OUTPUT jack ☞E-10, 68 MIC IN/SAMPLING jack ☞E-18 MIC VOLUME knob ☞E-18 ek el em...

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    Using the 10-key Pad ( Use the number buttons and the [–] and [+] keys to change the settings of the parameters that appear in the upper left area of the display. Setting S t . G r P n o Number Buttons Use the number buttons to enter numbers and values.

  • Page 10: Returning The Digital Piano To Its Factory Default Settings, Returning Factory Default Settings

    General Guide Returning the Digital Piano to Its Factory Default Settings Perform the following procedure when you want to return the Digital Piano’s stored data and settings to their initial factory defaults. Turn off the Digital Piano. While holding down (SONG BANK) and the [1] 10-key ( ) key at the same time, press...

  • Page 11: Getting Ready To Play, Preparing The Music Stand, Connecting A Pedal Unit, Power Supply

    Getting Ready to Play Preparing the Music Stand Connecting a Pedal Unit SUSTAIN/ASSIGNABLE JACK Power Supply Your Digital Piano runs on standard household power. Be sure to turn off power whenever you are not using the Digital Piano. Using the AC Adaptor Use only the AC adaptor (JEITA Standard, with unified polarity plug) that comes with this Digital Piano.

  • Page 12: Playing The Digital Piano, Turning On Power And Playing, Using Headphones

    Playing the Digital Piano Turning on Power and Playing Press This turns on power. • To turn off the Digital Piano, press Try playing something on the keyboard. Use to adjust volume. • Turning off the Digital Piano causes most current settings to be cleared.

  • Page 13: Changing Keyboard Response To Touch Pressure (touch Response), Adjusting Display Contrast

    Changing Keyboard Response to Touch Pressure (Touch Response) Touch Response alters tone volume in accordance with keyboard pressure (speed). This provides you some of the same expressivity you get on an acoustic piano. Pressing fast produces louder notes. Pressing slowly produces softer notes.

  • Page 14: Using The Metronome

    Playing the Digital Piano Using the Metronome The metronome lets you play and practice along with a steady beat to help keep you on tempo. Start/Stop Press This starts the metronome. This pattern changes with each beat. Press again to stop the metronome. Changing the Beats per Measure You can configure the metronome to use a bell sound for the first beat of each measure of the song you are playing.

  • Page 15: Controlling The Keyboard Sounds, Select From A Variety Of Musical Instrument Sounds

    Controlling the Keyboard Sounds Select from a variety of musical instrument sounds Your Digital Piano lets you select tones for a wide variety of musical instrument sounds, including violin, flute, orchestra, and more. Even the same song sound takes on a different feel by changing the instrument type.

  • Page 16: Layering Two Tones, Splitting The Keyboard Between Two Different Tones

    Controlling the Keyboard Sounds Layering Two Tones You can use the following procedure to layer two different tones (such as piano and strings) so they sound simultaneously when you press a keyboard key. Select the first tone you want to use. Press (TONE) and then use tone you want.

  • Page 17: Using Reverb, Using Chorus

    Pressing again to unsplit the keyboard (so it plays only the tone you selected in step 1). • Each press of toggles between split (two tones) and unsplit (one tone). • If you turn on both layer and split, layering will be applied to the right side range of the keyboard only.

  • Page 18: Using A Pedal

    Controlling the Keyboard Sounds Using a Pedal A pedal can be used to change notes in various ways while playing. Selecting the Pedal Effect Press (FUNCTION) and then use the (10-key) [4] (U) and [6] (I) keys to display “OTHER” (page E-7). Flashes O T H E R Press...

  • Page 19: Using The Pitch Bend Wheel To Shift The Pitch Of Notes

    Octave Shift Octave Shift lets you raise or lower the pitch of the keyboard notes in octave units. • The octave shift setting range is –2 to +2 octaves. • When using Split (page E-14), you can individually set the left and right keyboard ranges to the pitches you want.

  • Page 20: Sampling Sounds And Playing Them On The Digital Piano, Connection And Preparation

    Sampling Sounds and Playing Them on the Digital Piano You can use the Digital Piano to sample a sound from a microphone, and then play the sound with keyboard keys. For example, you could sample the bark of your dog and then use the sound in a melody.

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    Sampling and Playing a Melody Sound (Melody Sampling) Use the procedures in this section to sample a sound and play it as the melody part on the Digital Piano. • Up to five sampled sounds can be stored in Digital Piano memory as tone numbers 701 through 705.

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    Sampling Sounds and Playing Them on the Digital Piano ■ How sampled sounds are played Pressing Middle C (C4) will play back the original sound. The keys to the left and right of C4 play the sound at different pitches. Looping a Sampled Sound You can use the following procedure to loop a sampled sound so it continues to repeat, as you play on the Digital Piano.

  • Page 23: Incorporating A Sampled Sound Into A Drum Set (drum Sampling)

    Applying Effects to a Sampled Sound You can apply various effects to sampled sounds. Press (TONE) and then use enter the tone number (701 to 705) to which you want to apply effects. Press (TONE) to cycle through the available effects, described below.

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    Sampling Sounds and Playing Them on the Digital Piano Press the keyboard key* to which you want to assign the drum sound you are about to sample. This enters sampling standby. The allowable sampling time (in seconds) will appear on the display momentarily and then the display will change to the following.

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    Editing Sampled Drum Set Sounds You can use the procedures in this section to copy the drum sound assigned to one keyboard key to another key, to change the pitch of a sound, and to delete a sampled sound. Press (TONE) and then use enter the tone number (706, 707, or 708) for the drum set you want.

  • Page 26: Other Sampling Functions

    Sampling Sounds and Playing Them on the Digital Piano Other Sampling Functions Changing to a Manual Sampling Start Normally when the Digital Piano is in sampling standby, it will start sampling automatically whenever it detects sound input. You can use the following procedure to enable manual sampling start, which will cause sampling to wait until you press a button to start it.

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    Deleting a Sampled Sound You can use the following procedure to specify a sampled tone number and delete its data. Press (FUNCTION) and then use the (10-key) [4] (U) and [6] (I) keys to display “DELETE” (page E-7). Flashes D E L E T E Press the (10-key) [9] (ENTER) key.

  • Page 28: Playing Built-in Songs, Playing The Demo Songs, Playing Back A Particular Song

    Playing Built-in Songs 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 With this Digital Piano, built-in tune data is referred to as “songs”. You can listen to the built-in songs for your own enjoyment, or you can play along with them for practice. •...

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    Press again to stop playback. Song playback will continue (repeat) until you press stop it. You can cancel song repeat by pressing Indicator disappears when song repeat is turned off. Pause, Skip Forward, Skip Back Use the operations in this section to perform pause, skip forward, and skip back operations.

  • Page 30: Part Select, Adjusting The Song Volume

    Playing Built-in Songs Pressing again returns to normal playback. Changing the song number clears the start measure and end measure of the repeat operation. Changing Playback Speed (Tempo) You can use the following procedure to change the speed (tempo) in order to slow down playback to practice difficult passages, etc.

  • Page 31: Increasing The Selection Of Songs

    Increasing the Selection of Songs You can load song data from an external device and increase the selection of songs available on the keyboard. See the following pages for more information. • Memory card (page E-61) • Computer (page E-67) •...

  • Page 32: Using Built-in Songs To Master Keyboard Play, Phrases, Step Up Lesson Flow

    Using Built-in Songs to Master Keyboard Play 3 3 4 4 5 5 7 7 8 8 To master a song, it is best to break it up into shorter parts (phrases), master the phrases, and then put everything together. Your Digital Piano comes with a Step Up Lesson feature that helps you to do just that.

  • Page 33: Selecting The Song, Phrase, And Part You Want To Practice

    Messages that Appear during Lessons The following are the messages that appear on the display during Step Lessons. Message Description <Phrase> Appears when you select a phrase, when a lesson starts, etc. • Note that certain phrases will cause “<Wait>” to appear instead of “<Phrase>”. <Wait>...

  • Page 34: Lesson 1, 2, And

    Using Built-in Songs to Master Keyboard Play Lessons 1, 2, and 3 Now it is time to start the lessons. First, select the song and part you want to practice. Lesson 1: Listen to the song. First, listen to the example a few times to familiarize yourself with what it sounds like.

  • Page 35: Lesson Settings

    Lesson 3: Remember what you learned as you play. Though song playback stands by waiting for you to press the correct keys as in Lesson 2, the Digital Piano does not provide any guidance about what note you need to play next. Remember everything you have learned up to Lesson 2 as you play.

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    Using Built-in Songs to Master Keyboard Play Turning Off Note Guide Use the following procedure to turn off note guide, which sounds the note to be played next in Lesson 2 and Lesson 3. Press (FUNCTION) and then use the (10-key) [4] (U) and [6] (I) keys to display “LESSON”...

  • Page 37: Using Auto Step Up Lesson

    Using Auto Step Up Lesson With Auto Step Up Lesson, the Digital Piano advances through each lesson automatically. Select the song and part you want to practice (page E-26). Press Listen to the first phrase in Lesson 1. • In Lesson 1, the sample phrase is played only once before advancing to Lesson 2.

  • Page 38: Music Challenge Keyboard Game

    Music Challenge Keyboard Game Music Challenge is a game that measures your reaction speed as you press keys in response to on-screen keyboard indicators and fingering guide indications. Press (SONG BANK). Press This causes a key on the on-screen keyboard to start to flash, and starts the Music Challenge song.

  • Page 39: Using Auto Accompaniment, Playing The Rhythm Part Only

    Using Auto Accompaniment 3 3 4 4 5 5 With Auto Accompaniment, simply select an accompaniment pattern. Each time you play a chord with your left hand the appropriate accompaniment will play automatically. It’s like having a personal backup group along with you wherever you •...

  • Page 40: Playing All Parts

    You can select from among the following five chord input modes. • FINGERED 1 • FINGERED 2 • FINGERED 3 • CASIO CHORD • FULL RANGE CHORD Hold down selection screen appears on the display. Use the the chord input mode you want.

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    Unlike FINGERED 1, allows input of fraction chords with the lowest keyboard note as the bass note. ■ CASIO CHORD With CASIO CHORD, you can use simplified fingerings to play the four types of chords described below. Accompaniment keyboard Using Auto Accompaniment...

  • Page 42: Using Auto Accompaniment Effectively

    Using Auto Accompaniment Using Auto Accompaniment Effectively Auto Accompaniment Pattern Variations Use the following procedures to play intro and ending patterns, to play fill-in patterns, and to play variations of basic Auto Accompaniment patterns. ■ Auto Accompaniment Variation Each Auto Accompaniment pattern has a basic “normal pattern”...

  • Page 43: Using One-touch Preset

    ■ Using Synchro Start Use the following procedure to configure the Digital Piano to start Auto Accompaniment play as soon as you press a keyboard key. Press This enters accompaniment start standby. Flashes Play a chord on the keyboard. This will start full part accompaniment (normal). Any of the following operations can be performed while in synchro standby to start a non-normal pattern.

  • Page 44: Using Auto Harmonize

    Using Auto Accompaniment Using Auto Harmonize Auto Harmonize automatically adds harmony to notes you play with your right hand, which adds rich depth to the melody of your performances. You can select from among 12 types of Auto Harmonize to suit the type of music you are playing. •...

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    Looking Up the Notes of Chords (Chord Book) You can use the Chord Book to look up chords that you do not know how to play. Press C h o r d B k On the chord keyboard, press the keyboard key that corresponds to the root note of the chord you want to look up.

  • Page 46: Editing Auto Accompaniment Patterns

    Editing Auto Accompaniment Patterns 3 3 4 4 5 5 You can use the procedure in this section to edit the Digital Piano’s built-in Auto Accompaniment rhythm patterns and create your own “user rhythms”. • You can store up to 10 user rhythms in Digital Piano memory, using rhythm numbers 201 through 210.

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    Press a button from Accompaniment Pattern you want to edit. The name of the pattern will appear on the display. D r m : R h Variation selected Pattern selected by each button : Intro : Normal, Normal Fill-in (Each press toggles the selection.) : Variation, Variation Fill-in (Each press toggles the selection.) : Ending...

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    Editing Auto Accompaniment Patterns 11-1. Press the (10-key) [–] key to exit without saving. This displays the delete confirmation message. Press the (10-key) [+] key to exit the editing procedure. 11-2. Press the (10-key) [+] key to save the data. n t h P o •...

  • Page 49: Saving Keyboard Setups To Registration Memory

    Saving Keyboard Setups to Registration Memory Registration memory lets you store Digital Piano setups (tone, rhythm, etc.) for instant recall whenever you need them. Registration memory simplifies performance of complex pieces that require successive tone and rhythm changes. You can have up to 32 setups in Registration memory at one time.

  • Page 50: To Save A Setup To Registration Memory, To Recall A Setup From Registration Memory

    Saving Keyboard Setups to Registration Memory To save a setup to registration memory Press (RHYTHM). Bank number Configure the tone, rhythm, and other settings you can to include in the setup. Press to select the bank you want. Each press of cycles through the bank numbers.

  • Page 51: Keyboard Play, Recording And Playing Back Keyboard Play

    Recording Your Keyboard Play The recorder feature lets you record your keyboard play. Recording and Playing Back Keyboard Play Use the following procedure to record everything you play on the keyboard. Press (RHYTHM). Press Lights Press again. This will enter record standby. Flashes bn bn bk bk...

  • Page 52: Using Tracks To Record And Mix Parts

    Recording Your Keyboard Play Press twice to exit the recorder mode. Disappears • The flashing on the screen shown in step 3 becomes faster when remaining recorder memory capacity becomes less than 100 notes. • Total recorder memory capacity is approximately 12,000 notes.

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    Press a button from number of the next track to which you want to record. This will enter record standby for the track you selected. Example: Track 2 Flashes • If you want to use a different tone than the one you used in Track 1, press (TONE) and then use (10-key) to input the tone number.

  • Page 54: Recording Two Or More Songs, And Selecting One For Playback

    Recording Your Keyboard Play Recording Two or More Songs, and Selecting One for Playback You can record up to five songs (numbered 1 through 5) in memory. After that, you can select a specific song for playback. Press (RHYTHM). Press A song number will appear in the upper left corner of the display for a few seconds.

  • Page 55: Saving Recorded Data On An External Device

    Press to cycle through the parts in the sequence shown below. Right-hand Recording Left-hand Recording Both-hand Recording Example: Left-hand part recording Flashes • Configure tone and tempo settings at this time as well. Press to start built-in song playback and recorder recording.

  • Page 56: Other Useful Digital Piano Functions, Changing The Scale Of The Keyboard

    Other Useful Digital Piano Functions Changing the Scale of the Keyboard You can use the following procedure to select from among 17 preset scales, including the standard Equal Temperament. Scale name Equal Temperament Pure Major Pure Minor Pythagorean Kirnberger 3 Werckmeister Mean-Tone Rast...

  • Page 57: Using Music Preset

    Using the Current Scale Notes for Auto Accompaniments You can use the following procedure to reflect the preset scale you selected in Auto Accompaniments. Press (FUNCTION) and then use the (10-key) [4] (U) and [6] (I) keys to display “OTHER” (page E-7). Flashes O T H E R Press...

  • Page 58: Using The Arpeggiator

    Other Useful Digital Piano Functions Using the Arpeggiator The Arpeggiator makes it possible to play an arpeggio pattern automatically. There are 90 different arpeggio patterns from which to choose in order to match the music you are playing. • The Arpeggiator is controlled using the same button Auto Harmonize (page E-42).

  • Page 59: Deleting User Song Data, Deleting All Data In Digital Piano Memory

    Deleting User Song Data You can use the following procedure to delete user song data stored as song numbers 153 through 162. Press (FUNCTION) and then use the (10-key) [4] (U) and [6] (I) keys to display “DELETE” (page E-7). Flashes D E L E T E Used memory...

  • Page 60: Using A Memory Card, Memory Card And Card Slot Precautions

    Using a Memory Card You can save Digital Piano user area data to a memory card and load data from a memory card to Digital Piano memory. You also can play music files (MIDI files) stored on a memory card on the Digital Piano. •...

  • Page 61: Inserting And Removing A Memory Card, Formatting A Memory Card

    Inserting and Removing a Memory Card • Note that the memory card must be oriented correctly when you insert it into the memory card slot. Trying to force the memory card into the slot can damage the card and the slot. With the top of the memory card facing upwards (so you can see it), carefully insert the card into the Digital Piano’s memory card slot...

  • Page 62: Saving Digital Piano Data To A Memory Card

    Using a Memory Card Saving Digital Piano Data to a Memory Card Use the following procedure to save Digital Piano data to a memory card. On the Digital Piano, select the data you want to save as described below. To save this type of data Sampled sound Select the tone number of the sampled...

  • Page 63: Loading Data From A Memory Card Into Digital Piano Memory

    • You can input the following characters in a file name. • The Digital Piano displays the “~” character as “3”. ■ Memory Card Data (File) Storage Locations The above procedure stores Digital Piano data in a folder named “MUSICDAT” on the memory card. •...

  • Page 64: Deleting Data From A Memory Card

    Using a Memory Card Press the (10-key) [9] (ENTER) key. * * * * * * * * Flashes • Pressing [7] (EXIT) will return to the screen that was displayed before you pressed [9] (ENTER). Use the (10-key) [–] and [+] keys to select the data (file) you want to load.

  • Page 65: Playing Back Data From A Memory Card, Memory Card Error Messages

    Press the (10-key) [9] (ENTER) key. * * * * * * * * Flashes • Pressing [7] (EXIT) will return to the screen that was displayed before you pressed [9] (ENTER). Use the (10-key) [–] and [+] keys to select the number of the data (file) you want to delete.

  • Page 66: Connecting External Devices, Connecting A Computer

    Connecting External Devices Connecting a Computer You can connect the Digital Piano to a computer and exchange MIDI data between them. You can send play data from the Digital Piano to music software running on your computer, or you can send MIDI data from your computer to the Digital Piano for playback.

  • Page 67: Midi Settings, Keyboard Channel

    Configure the music software settings to select one of the following as the MIDI device. CASIO USB-MIDI : (For Windows 7, Windows Vista, Mac OS X) USB Audio Device : (For Windows XP) • For information about how to select the MIDI device, see the user documentation that comes with the music software you are using.

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    Connecting External Devices Use the (10-key) to specify the navigate (R) channel. This also will automatically configure the next lower channel number as the navigate (L) channel. ■ Turning Off the Navigate Channel Sound and Playing the Part on the Keyboard You can turn off the sound on one or both of the navigate channels and play the cancelled part on the keyboard yourself.

  • Page 69: Storing And Loading Digital Piano Memory Data

    Digital Piano memory to a computer for storage. You also can load standard MIDI file (SMF) data, and Auto Accompaniment data you download from the CASIO website to the Digital Piano, which greatly expands the Song Bank songs and Auto Accompaniment patterns available to you.

  • Page 70: Connecting To Audio Equipment

    Connecting External Devices Connecting to Audio Equipment This Digital Piano can be connected to commercially available stereo, amplifier, or recording equipment, to a portable audio player or other equipment. Outputting Digital Piano Notes to Audio Equipment Connection requires commercially available connecting cords, supplied by you.

  • Page 71: Reference, Troubleshooting

    Reference Troubleshooting Symptom Included Accessories I can’t find something that should be here. Power Requirements Power will not turned on. Display On-screen keyboard keys or notes remain on the display. Screen contents are visible only from straight ahead. This is dues to production limitations. It does not indicate malfunction. Sound Nothing happens when I press any keyboard key.

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    Reference Symptom In certain keyboard ranges, the volume and tone quality sound are slightly different from those in other keyboard ranges. With some tones, octaves do not change at the far ends of the keyboard. The pitch of the notes does not match other accompanying instruments or sounds strange when played long with other instruments.

  • Page 73: Specifications

    Specifications Model CDP-220RBK Keyboard 88-key piano keyboard Touch Response 3 types, Off Maximum Polyphony 48 notes (24 for certain tones) Tones Built-in Tones Sampling Tones Up to 8 (Melody Sampling: 5, Drum Sampling: 3)* Up to 10 seconds Functions Layer, Split, Piano/Organ button Reverb 1 to 10, Off Chorus...

  • Page 74: Operating Precautions

    Reference Inputs/Outputs USB port Sustain/Assignable jack Phones/Output jack Audio In jack Mic In/Sampling jack Power Jack Power Supply AC Adaptor Auto Power Off Speakers Output Power Consumption Dimensions Weight • Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. * This data is stored in a shared memory area with a total capacity of approximately 320Kbytes (1Kbyte = 1,024bytes). Operating Precautions Be sure to read and observe the following operating precautions.

  • Page 75: Error Messages

    Error Messages Display Message Err CardFull There is not enough room available on the memory card. Err Card R/W The memory card is damaged. Err Convert There is not enough unused memory available to save recorded song data to a memory card as an SMF 0 format file.

  • Page 76: Song List


  • Page 77: Fingering Guide

    Fingering Guide Fingered 1, Fingered 2 Chords Cdim Caug Csus4 Csus2 5 *3 5 *3 C7sus4 Cadd9 Cmadd9 CmM7 Cdim7 *1 *3 *2 *3 *1 With Fingered 2, interpreted as Am7. *2 With Fingered 2, interpreted as Am7 b *3 Inverted form not supported in some cases. Fingered 3, Full Range Chords In addition to the chords that can be fingered with Fingered 1 and Fingered 2, the following chords also are recognized.

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    This recycle mark indicates that the packaging conforms to the environmental protection legislation in Germany. Esta marca de reciclaje indica que el empaquetado se ajusta a la legislación de protección ambiental en Alemania. MA1104-A Printed in China CDP220-ES-1A...

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