Playing with Different Tones
Selecting and Playing a Tone
This digital piano has 11 built-in tones.
* You can select these tones using keyboard keys. The
name of the tones assigned to each keyboard key is
marked above the keys. For details about selecting
these tones, see "Selecting a Tone Using the
Keyboard Keys" on page E-7.
Press the POWER button to turn on the
• When you turn on the piano, it performs a power up
operation in order to initialize its system. During system
initialization, the LR button lamps flash for about six
seconds to let you know that system initialization is in
Select the tone you want.
Press one of the GRAND PIANO buttons to select
either a modern sound (MODERN) or a classic sound
• A lamp will light above the currently selected
See "Selecting a Tone Using the Keyboard Keys" on
page E-7 for information about selected other tones.
Use the VOLUME controller to adjust the
Try playing something on the digital piano.
• Grand Piano Tones (MODERN, CLASSIC)
Your digital piano has a total of 11 built-in tones. The
MODERN and CLASSIC tones are stereo sampled tones
that can be selected using the GRAND PIANO buttons.
Try using the GRAND PIANO tones to familiarize
yourself with their distinctive sounds and characteristics.
This tone provides a bright and hard
grand piano sound. The volume and
timbre of this tone is quick to
respond to different keyboard
pressures, and it has relatively strong
reverb. This tone is a good choice for
dynamic and lively performances.
This is a natural piano tone that
closely resembles the sound of an
acoustic grand piano. Though reverb
and other effects are kept to a
minimum, doing so enhances the
impact of operating the piano pedals
(acoustic resonance), for musically
delicate expressions. This tone is a
good choice for lesson and practice