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USER'S GUIDE ( Tutorial )
● Before using this Digital Piano for the first time, be
sure to read the separate USER'S GUIDE (Basics)
to familiarize yourself with basic operations.
PX5S-E-2B
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    PX - 5S USER’S GUIDE ( Tutorial ) ● Before using this Digital Piano for the first time, be sure to read the separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics) to familiarize yourself with basic operations. PX5S-E-2B...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents General Guide......E-2 Reference ........E-42 Read the Separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics) ! ... E-4 Tone List ..............E-42 Power On Precaution!..........E-4 Drum Assignment List ..........E-46 “WriteError” Message ..........E-4 Arpeggio Type List ............ E-49 Zone, Part, MIDI Receive Channel, and Tone Wave List ..............

  • Page 4: General Guide

    General Guide Back...

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    General Guide • This manual uses the numbers and names below to refer to buttons and controllers. ZONE/PART/STEP/TRACK, – / + buttons BENDER wheel MODULATION wheel Display K1 through K4 knobs BANK, INITIALIZE button S1 slider 0, DELETE button S2 slider 1, INSERT button S3 slider 2 button...

  • Page 6: Read The Separate User's Guide (basics

    General Guide Read the Separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics) ! Before using this Digital Piano for the first time, be sure to read the separate USER’S GUIDE (Basics) to familiarize yourself with basic operations. Power On Precaution! When turning on power, make sure neither of the pedals (connected to Pedal 1 and/or Pedal 2) is depressed when you press the (P) button.

  • Page 7: Zone, Part, Midi Receive Channel, And Tone Relationships

    General Guide Zone, Part, MIDI Receive Channel, and Tone Relationships The tones of this Digital Piano are made up of the 16 parts shown below, plus externally input parts. ■ Relationship between Zones, Parts, and Tones Selectable Tone Categories MIDI Receive Part from External Song...

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    General Guide Data Configuration and Relationships 100 × User Stage Setting Copy Link 1 × Temporary Stage Setting Common 180 × User / 300 × Preset 20 × User / 20 × Preset Zone1 Drum Set Tone Tone Hex Layer Drum Set Arpeggio Phrase#...

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    General Guide In the case of an internal sound source, various types of editing can be performed to create sounds by selecting a DSP, configuring DSP settings, editing tones, etc. The signals following tone creation are collected together and then output via equalizers that enable adjustment using common master effects.

  • Page 10: Controlling Sounds

    General Guide Using the Modulation Wheel, Knobs and Controlling Sounds Sliders You can use controllers (pedals, wheels, knobs, and (MODULATION) wheel, knobs (K1 through sliders) to instantly change the pitch and volume of K4), and sliders (S1) through (S6) can be used to notes, the envelope, and other parameters as you adjust volume, effects, the elements that make up perform (page E-34).

  • Page 11: Operations Common To All Modes (tutorial

    Operations Common to All Modes (Tutorial) To input a number, value, or letter Using the Knobs for Input Rotate (K2) knob. When performing editing screen operations and configuring system settings, you can use the knobs to move the cursor around the screen and to input numbers, values, etc.

  • Page 12: Using Built-in Tones (tutorial

    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) 4 5 6 7 8 9 cn co cp dt ek You can use the editing procedures explained in this Use the (u), (w), (q), and section to edit tones and apply effects as desired. After (i) buttons to select a setting item.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Editable Parameters • Shaded cells indicate a group made up of multiple setting items. Pressing the (ENTER) button displays the setting items of that group. ■ Editable Melody Tone Parameters Display Text Description Settings Pitch envelope. The editable parameters in this group affect the pitch of notes.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Resonance. Specifies the degree of cutoff of the tone in the vicinity of Resonance –64 - 0 - +63 the cutoff frequency. Velocity sense. Specifies the degree of change in the filter in accordance Velocity Sense –64 - 0 - +63 with change in keyboard playing touch.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Pitch Rise Rise. Specifies the time it takes from the start of application of the LFO Filter Rise –64 - 0 - +63 until the effect reaches the level specified by Depth, above. Amp Rise Pitch Mod.Depth Filter Mod.Depth...

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Pan. Specifies the stereo position of drum sound. –64 - 0 - +63 Effect. This is a group of editable effect function DSPs (page E-18). Press the (ENTER) button to advance to the DSP editing screen. •...

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Editable Parameters Display Text Description Settings Layer On/Off Layer on/off. Selecting off disables layer. Off, On Wave number. Selects a waveform type. See “Wave List” at the Wave Number • Refer to the “Wave List” at the back of this manual for information back of this manual.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Decay 3 time. Time it takes for the sound to reach the Decay 3 level Decay 3 Time 0 - 127 from the Decay 2 level. Decay 3 level. Third target level for change from Decay 2 level up to the Decay 3 Level 0 - 127 Decay 3 level.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Key Range High. Specifies the upper limit of the enabled keyboard range. Nothing sounds when any keyboard key above this range is Key Range High pressed. C- - G9 • After pressing the (NUM KEY) button to enter the number input mode, you can use the keyboard keys to enter values.

  • Page 20: Applying Effects To Notes

    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Pitch Lock 1-2 Pitch lock. When this setting is turned on for Layer 2, the Layer 2 pitch Pitch Lock 3-4 is changed to the same pitch as Layer 1 so both pitches are the same. Off, On Pitch Lock 5-6 The same is true for Layers 3 and 4, and Layers 5 and 6.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) After you finish with your edits, press the To apply an effect to a tone (EXIT) button. Select the tone to which you want to apply the • Press the (EXIT) button as many times as required to return to the screen where you were before you effect.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Compressor Phaser Compresses the input signal, which can have the effect of Produces a distinctive pulsating, broad sound by using an LFO to suppressing level variation and can make it possible to sustain change the phase of the input signal and then mixes it with the dampened sounds longer.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Auto Pan LFO Wah Shifts the continual left-right panning of the input signal using an This is a “wah” effect that can automatically affect the frequency LFO. using an LFO. Parameter Value Ranges: Parameter Value Ranges: 1 :LFO Rate (0 to 127) 1 :Input Level (0 to 127) Adjusts the LFO rate.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) Pitch Shifter Delay This effect transforms the pitch of the input signal. Delays the input signal and feeds it back to create a repeating effect. Parameter Value Ranges: Parameter Value Ranges: 1 :Pitch (–24 to 0 to +24) 1 :Delay Time (0 to 127) Adjusts the pitch shift amount in quarter tone steps.

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    Using Built-in Tones (Tutorial) ■ Editable SYSTEM Parameters System Resonance Parameter Value Ranges: • Parts 5 through 16 do not support use of resonance 1 :String Reso Send (0 to 15) effects. Adjusts the send level to string resonance. 2 :Damper Reso Send (0 to 15) System Chorus Adjusts the send level to damper resonance.

  • Page 26: Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (tutorial

    Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial) ds dt ek You can edit the Digital Piano’s built-in arpeggios to Press the plus (+) button. create original arpeggios of your own. You can also This will change to the target phrase selection screen record your own original musical phrases for playback (TARGET:PHRASE), and display the currently selected phrase number and phrase name.

  • Page 27: To Select A Different Arpeggio For Each Zone

    Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial) To select a different arpeggio Editing an Arpeggio for each zone There are two arpeggio types: step type and variation type. Hold down the (ARPEGGIO) button until • With a step type arpeggio, you can edit its steps and the arpeggio type selection screen appears its parameters.

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    Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial) Change the TYPE, NOTE, VELO, and CTRL settings as desired. Step type Step number • While [TYPE] is selected, use the minus (–) and plus (+) buttons to cycle the TYPE setting between off (Off), on (TYPE) and tie* (TIE).

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    Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial) Use the (w) and (q) buttons to move the selection cursor (0) to “Parameter” and then press (ENTER) button. Change parameters as desired. • The table below shows the contents of the arpeggio parameter editing menu. Menu Level Description Setting...

  • Page 30: Clearing Arpeggio Step Data

    Sounding Arpeggios Automatically (Tutorial) Clearing Arpeggio Step Data Use the procedure below to clear preset step data or step data that was edited using Step Edit (page E-25) and create new step data from scratch. • Note that the variation type cannot be cleared. While the arpeggio type selection screen is displayed, press the (EDIT) button.

  • Page 31: Recording And Playing Back Phrases (tutorial

    Recording and Playing Back Phrases (Tutorial) Recording with the Phrase Sequencer • The total memory capacity for recording with the phrase sequencer is approximately 1MB. The maximum allowable size of a single phrase is approximately 8KB. • In addition to what you play on the keyboard, your pedal, wheel, knob, and slider operations are also recorded as part of phrase.

  • Page 32: To Change The Tempo When Playing Back A Song

    Recording and Playing Back Phrases (Tutorial) Edit the song as desired. • To configure mixer settings, select “Song Mixer”. • The parameters of the mixer settings are described in the table below. Display Text Description Setting Bank select MSB. Specifies the bank select MSB number. •...

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    Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial) bo bp bq br bs bt ck 4 5 6 7 8 9 To edit a stage setup Select the bank and stage setup number you want. Edit the stage setups as desired. • The following describes each of the editable parameters. Editable Parameters Display Text Description...

  • Page 34: Using The Stage Setups (tutorial

    Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Key Range High. Specifies the high range of the keyboard for each zone. This setting is used in combination with the Key Range Low setting to Key Range High configure key ranges for each zone. C- - G9 •...

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    Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Pedal 2 on/off (pedal 2 enable). Enables/disables of (PEDAL 2) for each Pedal2 Enable Off, On zone. Arpeggio Arpeggio on/off (arpeggio enable). Enables/disables arpeggio function Off, On Enable (page E-24) for each zone. Arpeggio Select Arpeggio select.

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    Phrase Str/Stop: Phrase playback start/stop* Audio Str/Stop: Audio playback start/stop* *1 For details about each setting, see the MIDI Implementation Chart (http://world.casio.com/) and/or MIDI documentation. *2 After selecting these setting items, press the (ENTER) button again and then adjust the items below.

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    Using the Stage Setups (Tutorial) Display Text Description Settings Slider 1 to 6 edit. This is a group of Slider (S1) through Slider (S6) editable parameters. Editing can be performed even when the “Slider 1-6 Slider1-6 Edit >Ent Enable” setting is “Off”. Details of editable parameters are the same as “Knob1 Edit >Ent”, above.

  • Page 38: Other Useful Functions (tutorial

    Other Useful Functions (Tutorial) bo bp bq br bs bt ck ds dt ek After settings are the way you want, press the System Settings (SYS SETTING) button to exit the setting screen. In addition to the system setting screen described in the USER’S GUIDE (Basics), the settings listed below, which also affect Digital Piano global settings, can also be configured.

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    Other Useful Functions (Tutorial) Setting Items Display Text Description Settings Tuning. Adjusts, by 0.1 Hertz, the frequency of the A4 note, which is the base Tuning 415.5 - 465.9Hz note for tuning. Master Volume Master volume. Adjusts the volume of all the parts. 0 - 127 Master panning (master panning).

  • Page 40: Adjusting The Touch Sensitivity

    Other Useful Functions (Tutorial) Adjusting the Touch Stage Setup Filter Sensitivity Recalling a stage setup causes Digital Piano parameters to be overwritten with the content of the setup. If you This item is for adjusting how much the sound volume create a stage setup filter, the parameters assigned to and timbre changes, and how it changes in accordance the filter are not overwritten to be recall of a stage...

  • Page 41: Using Midi

    Equalizer Off, On website located at the URL below. equalizer parameters (page E-23) is disabled. http://world.casio.com/ Pedal1. When “On” is selected, recall of Pedal 1 parameters NOTE (page E-32) is disabled. • Use a separately available or commercially available Pedal1 •...

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    Device ID 1 - 16, ALL ID number. • For details about the ID number, see MIDI Implementation at http://world.casio.com/. Basic channel. Specifies the receive channel of “Stage Set Change”, and other Basic Ch 1 - 16 MIDI messages described below.

  • Page 43: Digital Piano Information

    • This is only a check, so there are no settings. Update Firmware: Updates the firmware. • For information about the latest firmware and how to update, visit the website below. http://world.casio.com/ After settings are the way you want, press the (SYS SETTING) button to exit the setting screen.

  • Page 44: Reference

    Reference Tone List Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Group Group Bank Bank Bank Bank Number Tone Name Screen Name Number Tone Name Screen Name Program Program Program Program Name Name Select Select Select Select Change Change Change Change...

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    Reference Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Group Group Bank Bank Bank Bank Number Tone Name Screen Name Number Tone Name Screen Name Program Program Program Program Name Name Select Select Select Select Change Change Change Change ORGAN 022 GM ORGAN 1...

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    Reference Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Group Group Bank Bank Bank Bank Number Tone Name Screen Name Number Tone Name Screen Name Program Program Program Program Name Name Select Select Select Select Change Change Change Change GUITAR/ SYNTH/...

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    Reference Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Sending and Receiving Receiving Only Group Group Bank Bank Bank Bank Number Tone Name Screen Name Number Tone Name Screen Name Program Program Program Program Name Name Select Select Select Select Change Change Change Change SYNTH/ 075 GM BIRD...

  • Page 48: Drum Assignment List

    Reference Drum Assignment List • ” ”indicates a key is assigned the same tones as it is for STANDARD SET 1. Note STANDARD SET 1 STANDARD SET 2 STANDARD SET 3 STANDARD SET 4 DANCE SET 1 DANCE SET 2 DANCE SET 3 Tabla Ge Dance Kick 1...

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    Reference Note TRANCE SET HIP-HOP SET ROOM SET POWER SET ROCK SET ELECTRONIC SET SYNTH SET 1 C # -1 E b -1 F # -1 A b -1 B b -1 C # 0 E b 0 F # 0 A b 0 B b 0 C # 1...

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    Reference Note SYNTH SET 2 JAZZ SET BRUSH SET ORCHESTRA SET ETHNIC SET 1 ETHNIC SET 2 C # -1 E b -1 F # -1 A b -1 B b -1 C # 0 E b 0 F # 0 A b 0 B b 0 C # 1...

  • Page 51: Arpeggio Type List

    Reference Arpeggio Type List Number Type Name Number Type Name Number Type Name Number Type Name Screw Up Soul Bass 2 Poly 1 Random 3Oct Screw Down Shuffle Bass Poly 2 Random 4Oct Panning Up Funk Bass Poly 3 Repeat 1 Filtering Bossa Bass Poly 4...

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    Reference Number Wave Name Number Wave Name Number Wave Name GM Tuba GM PickBass1 GM Fantasy1 GMMtTrumpet1 GM PickBass2 GM Fantasy2 GMMtTrumpet2 GMFretlesBs1 GM Warm Pad GM Fr.Horn1 GMFretlesBs2 GMPolySynth1 GM Fr.Horn2 GM SlapBass1 GMPolySynth2 GM Brass1 GMSlapBass21 GM SpaceCho1 GM Brass2 GMSlapBass22 GM SpaceCho2...

  • Page 53: Instrument List

    Reference Instrument List Number Wave Name Number Wave Name Number Wave Name Number Wave Name Blank Inst Side Stick ReverseCymbl Timpani F# Std1 Kick1 Std3SidStick Syn1CrashCym Timpani G Std1 Kick2 HpHpSidStick TechnoCymbal Timpani G# Std2 Kick1 RockSidStick BrshCrshCym1 Timpani A Std2 Kick2 Syn1 RimShot BrshCrshCym2...

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