Listening to a Specified Part /
Practicing a One-Hand Part
The following songs feature separate right- ([+ R]) and left-hand ([– L]) parts on individual channels. You can turn the
right- ([+ R]) and left-hand ([– L]) parts on or off as desired, in order to practice on the keyboard the corresponding part
(the part that is turned off).
• 50 Piano Preset Songs (page 14)
The right-hand part is played by [+ R] and the left-hand part is played by [– L]. You can
play back songs with each part turned on or off individually.
• Songs loaded from the computer (page 15)
Channel 1 is played by [+ R] and Channel 2 is played by [– L]. You can play back
songs with each channel turned on or off individually.
• User songs recorded in the instrument (page 23)
User songs that you recorded to the instrument using the record function. You can play
back these songs with each recorded part turned on or off individually.
Play back the song you wish to practice.
Refer to the page listed above for information on playing back songs.
Turn part playback on and off.
While a song is playing back, hold down the [PLAY] button and press the [+ R] or
[– L] button.
The corresponding button indicator turns off and the corresponding part playback
Pressing the buttons repeatedly toggles playback on and off.
To stop playback in the middle of a song, press the [PLAY] button.
When playback is complete or stopped, the part playback setting is automatically
YDP-161/141 Owner's Manual
Demo song (page 13) cannot
be used with the Part select
When you play back a song
that enables you to select an
individual part or channel, the
indicators for the parts that
contain data light up (either
R] or [
L], or both).
You can select a part to play
or mute only during song
Canceling the part
When you select a different
song (or when a different song
is selected during chained
playback), the part or channel
playback setting is