Normally, you will choose Local On (automatically selected when turning the SP-
300 on), so that playing the keyboard will produce sound.
Hold down the TRANSPOSE/FUNCTION button, and press the PIANO 1 sound
selection button. The Local setting will alternate to On/Off each time you press this
Note: When the power is turned on, the Local will be automatically set to On.
The sound of the SP-300 can be selected via MIDI, by sending a Program Change
message on the channel where you wish to assign the sound. The table enlists the
Program Change numbers (numbering from 0-29; if the transmitting device uses
numbers from 1-30, you will need to increment the number by one).
Transmitting Program Change messages.
Change message to a MIDI device connected to the SP-300 MIDI OUT, to change
its sound. When selecting one of the internal sounds of the SP-300 by using the
sound selection buttons, a MIDI Program Change number will be transmitted, as
shown in the table below.
Receiving Program Change messages.
received from an external device, the corresponding internal sound will be selected
on the SP-300, as shown in the following table. Only Program Change (PC) num-
bers in the range 0–29 have effect on the SP-300, while other numbers (30-127) are
PIANO 1 LED status
Grand Piano 1
Grand Piano 2
Classic Grand Piano
You can send a MIDI Program
When a Program Change message is