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  • Page 1 ELS-01/01C typeU Owner’s Manual v1.7...
  • Page 2 AC outlet. Then have accumulated on it. the instrument inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel • Do not place the power cord near heat sources such as heaters or radiators, and •...
  • Page 3 You should note this serial number in the space provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in the event of theft. Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or ELS-01U/ELS-01CU Model No.
  • Page 4: Accessories

    Congratulations! You are the proud owner of a fine electronic organ, the Electone STAGEA ELS-01/01C typeU (hereafter ELS-01/01C). The Yamaha Electone combines the most advanced tone generation technology with state-of-the- art digital electronics and features to give you stunning sound quality with maximum musical versatility.
  • Page 5: Main Features

    Effects and 50 The ELS-01 contains a huge amount of exceptionally high-quality Voices – 415 altogether – created with the AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) tone generation system. The ELS-01C adds to that 94 VA (Virtual Acoustic) Voices and a virtually limitless variety of Organ Flute Voices. The authentic touch response keyboard lets you play these Voices with all the expressiveness and control of an actual acoustic instrument.
  • Page 6 • The panel illustrations and LCD screens shown in this owner’s manual are taken from the ELS-01C, Version 1.7. • The pan flute and sitar, shown in the displays of the ELS-01/01C, are on display at the Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Quick Introductory Guide Accessories ..............4 8 Voice Edit ..... . 131 Main Features ............5 Voice Structure............131 Voices Editing a Voice ............132 Panel Layout .
  • Page 8: Panel Layout

    BALLAD ROCK DANCE SEQ. SEQ. MUSIC TEMPO RHYTHM/ BAR / BEAT KEYBOARD PERCUSSION TEMPO (page 51) INTRO SYNCHRO START BREAK START RHYTHM ENDING MAIN / FILL IN CONTROL [M.] (Memory) button Registration memory (page 80) (page 80) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 9 BASS BASS BASS U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED MASTER VOLUME TIMPANI SYNTH TIMPANI SYNTH BASS LOWER BASS LOWER dial (page 11) MELLOW MELLOW MASTER VOLUME POWER POWER switch (page 11) [D.] (Disable) button (page 82) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 10: Lcd Display/Display Select

    Upper keyboard Lower keyboard USB/MIDI connectors (page 210) Knee lever (page 188) Speaker Speaker switch Right footswitch (page 85) I/O connectors Left footswitch (page 185) (page 208) Expression pedal (page 12) Second expression pedal (ELS-01C); (page 190) Pedalboard ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 11: Quick Introductory Guide

    Plug the power cord into an appropriate electrical outlet. Only use the voltage specified as correct for the Electone. The required voltage is printed on the name plate of the Electone. Yamaha products are manufactured specifically for the supply voltage in the area where they are to be sold.
  • Page 12: Using The Lcd Display

    “page” of the display. The selected page’s button turns orange. Page 2 Page 1 Press this button to select Page 2 Press this button to select Page 1 Press this button to select Page 3 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 13 You can also close the list by pressing the [CLOSE] button at the top right of the list. To change the parameter value: ▲ ▼ To make coarse changes to the value, press the [ ] buttons. For fine adjustment, use the Data Control dial. DATA CONTROL ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 14 Touch on/above the slider in the display to enable the parameter and set a rough value, then turn the Data Control dial. Touch here to enable the parameter DATA CONTROL Blue mark To control Pan, you can move the horizontal slider in the same way as vertical sliders. DATA CONTROL ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 15: Lcd Display Settings

    DISPLAY SELECT saved when another display VOICE A.B.C. is called up. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Press the desired button, (Japanese) or [English]. LANGUAGE ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 16 Press the [UTILITY] button to call up the GLOBAL Page of the Utility Display. Move the LCD BRIGHTNESS slider by touching it directly or using the Data Control dial. Higher settings make the display brighter and lower settings make it darker. DATA CONTROL LCD BRIGHTNESS ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 17: Voice Display

    FLUTES SPEED The Voice Display consists of three different pages that can be switched by pressing the [1], [2], or [3] button at the top right of the display. Voice Display [Page 1] Switching the Display Pages ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 18 Registration Memories at one time. See page 90 for the details. Voice Display [Page 3] Reference Page The Registrations stored to the Registration number can be copied to another Registration number for each individual section. Registration Memory (page ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 19: Registration Menu

    The color of the selected Registration name changes to orange, indicating that it has been selected, and the Auto Bass Chord mode is shown at the bottom of the Auto Bass Chord (page 62) display. Play your favorite song with the selected Registration. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 20 6/8 Enka *B Whole Ballad *B Midnight Jazz *B Fantasy *B Powerful Swing*C 6/8 Enka *C Whole Ballad *C Midnight Jazz *C Fantasy *C Powerful Swing*D 6/8 Enka *D Whole Ballad *D Midnight Jazz *D Fantasy *D ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 21: Confirming The Version Of Your Electone

    Release the ENDING [1] button after Voice Display appears. Reference Page If you don’t want to reset the LCD Display settings, you can initialize only Registration Initializing Registration settings. See page 85 for more information. Memory (page 85) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 22: Voices

    This makes the Lead Voices ideal for “lead” or solo AWM Voices and VA Voices instruments such as Trumpet and Saxophone. Lead Voice 2 includes additional, (page 34) exclusive VA Voices which are not available in other Voice sections. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 23: Selecting Voices With The Voice Buttons

    ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Press one of the Voice buttons in the Upper Keyboard Voice 1 section. UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 1 BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANT STRINGS BRASS WOOD- TUTTI SYNTH WIND PIANO ORGAN PERCUS- GUITAR CHOIR WORLD SION MELLOW Voice buttons ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 24 The Voice menu contains many Piano Voices, more than can fit on one display page. To change the display pages, press the appropriate number buttons in the display. The color of the selected Voice name changes to orange, indicating that it has been selected. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 25 Dial. The control range is from 0 (no sound) to 24 (full volume). Depending on the volume value (set by the slider), two adjacent VOLUME button lamps may be lit at the same VOLUME time, indicating an intermediate position. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 26 The To Lower function is not available in the Lead Voice 2 section. PEDAL VOICE 1 LEAD VOICE 1 BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANT BRILLIANT CONTRA ELEC. VIOLIN SYNTH BASS BASS FLUTE TRUMPET TIMPANI SYNTH LOWER BASS LOWER MELLOW MELLOW ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 27 Voice Condition Display (page 39) • Lead Voices 1 and 2 sound only the highest note if two or more keys are played. However, in the Solo mode, Lead Voice 2 sounds for the last key played. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 28: Selecting Voices From The User Buttons

    Percussion The name of the selected category (Percussion) is displayed on the upper left. The Voice name shown under the category name is that of the currently assigned Voice and is irrelevant to the Voice menu below. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 29 Select a Voice (Marimba 1, for example) from the displayed Voice Menu. Pressing number buttons in the display calls up the other Voices in the category, The Voice name of the selected Voice (Marimba 1) appears under the category name, indicating that the Voice has been selected. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 30: Voice List

    Brass Section 3 Flute 3 Choir 6 Synth Lead 8 Brass Section 4 Flute 4 Choir 7 Pop Lead 1 Brass Section 5 Piccolo Choir 8 Pop Lead 2 Brass Section 6 Recorder 1 Choir 9 Pop Lead 3 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 31 Funk Bass 5 Theatre Organ 4 Jazz Guitar 1 Funk Bass 6 Theatre Organ 5 Jazz Guitar 2 Funk Bass 7 Theatre Organ 6 Harp 1 Funk Bass 8 Theatre Organ 7 Harp 2 Funk Bass 9 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 32 Simulation of a slow-attacked violin bowed with something other than a violin bow. Playing trills over a wide interval range creates a squeaky attack sound. V-Cosmosis C1 – G5 Bowed strings. Initial Touch affects the attack sound. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 33 Voices that do not have a specified ideal note range (“---” is shown in the chart above) can be played in any range and result in optimum sound with stable pitch. * When the Feet parameter is set to 8', the resulting sound is actually 16'. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 34 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 35: Organ Flutes (Els-01C)

    Press one of the Organ Flutes buttons (UPPER or LOWER). The lamp above the button lights and the Flute Footage Levers appear on the display. On the ELS-01, [U. ORGAN FLUTES] and [L. ORGAN FLUTES] buttons are not active (Organ Flutes does not function). FOOTAGE Page...
  • Page 36 REVERB control is set to the minimum, the setting here will have no effect. Reverb (page 43) VOLUME Determines the overall volume of the Organ Flute Voice. The volume balance of the individual footages is maintained. A minimum setting here produces no Organ Flute sound. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 37: Effect Parameters

    Select the desired effect type 2 Effect Parameters Effect parameters are displayed corresponding to the selected effect type. Press one of the Organ Flutes buttons (UPPER or LOWER) to cancel the Organ Flute function (the lamp above the button turns off). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 38: Voice Controls And Effects

    3 Effect List......... . . 50 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 39: Selecting From The Voice Condition Display

    Range: 0 – 14 AFTER touch NOTE Controls volume and timbre according to the pressure you apply to the keys On the ELS-01, After Touch is after playing them. not applied to the Pedal Voices. The harder you press down on the keys, the greater the volume and the brighter the timbre will become.
  • Page 40 Pedalboard in various expressive ways, such as playing legato or playing intervals and chords. Keep in mind that you cannot exceed the total maximum polyphony: 14 notes for all sections, Upper, Lower and Pedal. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 41 Touch Vibrato is not applied to the Pedal Voices of the the key, the greater the vibrato will be. When Touch Vibrato is off, vibrato depth ELS-01. cannot be controlled, no matter how hard you press the keys. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 42 Selects the effect category. Pressing the effect button on the display calls up the effect Effect List (page 50) category list. Select the desired effect category from the list. To abort the operation, press the [CLOSE] button. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 43: Selecting From The Panel

    To adjust the reverb effect and call up the Reverb REVERB pages: Press one of the REVERB buttons, located to the left of the panel, to set the Reverb effect. The Reverb display appears. The Reverb display consists of four pages. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 44 Determines the reverb type for each of the Voice sections and the Organ Flute Voice. Effect List (page 50) Several types can be selected: Room, Hall, Stage, and so on. Pressing the TYPE button on the display calls up the Reverb Type list. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 45 REVERB slider contained in the ATTACK/VOLUME Page of the Organ Flute display. Organ Flutes (page 35) On the ELS-01, this slider is not displayed. Range: 0 – 24 REVERB [Page 3] Determines the amount of reverb effect applied to each Voice section.
  • Page 46 (with ACCOMPANI. slider). Each slider corresponds to the (page 57) REVERB slider in the Rhythm Condition display. Keyboard Percussion Range: 0 – 24 (page 65) KEYBOARD PERCUSSION Determines the amount of reverb applied to the Keyboard Percussion. Range: 0 – 24 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 47 Press the BRILLIANCE buttons of each Voice section on the panel to set the desired brilliance for each Voice. The buttons have seven brilliance settings. UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 1 BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANT WOOD- STRINGS BRASS TUTTI SYNTH WIND PIANO ORGAN GUITAR CHOIR WORLD PERCUS- SION MELLOW ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 48: Rotary Speaker

    Select an effect type other than [OFF]. Adjust the rotating speed and mode of the Rotary Speaker. Press the [ROTARY SP SPEED] button on the panel. The ROTARY SPEAKER display appears. The settings in this display are common to all Voice sections. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 49 Control the Rotary Speaker effect from the panel or from the Left Footswitch. You can control Rotary Speaker on/off not only from the panel but also the Left Footswitch, if the Footswitch has been properly assigned. See page 188 for details. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 50: Effect List

    XG AUTO WAH CHORUS CHORUS 1 ROTARY SP 3 TOUCH WAH 1 CHORUS 2 ROTARY SP 4 TOUCH WAH 2 XG CHORUS 1 ROTARY SP 5 AT WAH+DIST XG CHORUS 2 2WAY ROT SP XG AT WH+DST ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 51: Rhythm/Keyboard Percussion

    Press one of the Rhythm buttons in the RHYTHM section on the front panel (for example, the [POPS] button). RHYTHM VOLUME MARCH WALTZ SWING& POPS R & B SEQ. SEQ. JAZZ LATIN WORLD BALLAD ROCK DANCE SEQ. SEQ. MUSIC Rhythm buttons The relevant Rhythm Menu is displayed. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 52 This is used for playing the main part of the song. There are four Main sections that can be selected with MAIN/FILL IN [A] – [D] buttons. The rhythm pattern of several measures repeats indefinitely. MAIN / FILL IN Selected Main section’s lamp is lit ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 53: Operating The Rhythm From The Panel

    START] button again stops the rhythm. Automatic Accompaniment – When the A.B.C. mode is set to something other than OFF, releasing the key from the Auto Bass Chord (A.B.C.) (page 62) Lower keyboard or Pedalboard stops the rhythm. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 54 Rhythm Condition Display. When Auto Fill is set to ON in the left side of the display, the Fill In pattern is automatically played whenever you switch the Main sections. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 55: Changing The Rhythm Volume

    Data Control Dial. The control range is from 0 (no sound) to 24 (full volume). Depending on the volume value (set by the slider), two adjacent VOLUME button lamps may be lit at the same time, indicating an intermediate position. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 56: Adjusting The Tempo

    Display, both Tempo and Bar/Beat can be seen in one display. Reference Page Voice Display (page 17) DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 57: Changing The Rhythm Reverb

    Reference Page used in the rhythms in the Rhythm Condition display. Reverb (page 43) DATA CONTROL When the panel REVERB control is set to the minimum, the setting here will have no effect. Range: 0 – 24 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 58: Selecting Rhythms From The User Buttons

    Currently selected rhythm category Currently selected rhythm name Select a rhythm from the displayed Rhythm Menu. Pressing the number buttons in the display calls up the other rhythms in the category. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 59: Rhythm List

    Country 2/4 Jazz Club Surfin’ 8Beat Light Samba 1 Country Shuffle Simple Swing Finger Pickin’ Light Samba 2 Country Band Acoustic Jazz Heart Beat Pop Samba 1 Hawaiian Medium Jazz Guitar Pop Pop Samba 2 Mexican Dance ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 60 Rock Shuffle 2 Disco Chocolate Tears Rock 1 Dance Pop Tears Rock 2 Soft Rock British Rock Country Rock 1 Country Rock 2 New Country Cowboy Rock Rock&Roll 1 Rock&Roll 2 Skiffle Caribbean Rock R&R Shuffle Jive Boogie Woogie ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 61: Accompaniment

    When you turn both Main Drum and Add Drum off, the drum and percussion do not sound. Generally, Main Drum contains the main part of the rhythm and Add drum has additional percussion sounds, such as tambourine. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 62: Automatic Accompaniment - Auto Bass Chord (A.b.c.)

    DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED The A.B.C./M.O.C. display appears. The A.B.C. section is at the left half of this display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 63 The Custom A.B.C. mode is a slight variation on the Fingered Chord mode. It allows you to determine what bass notes will be played in the accompaniment by playing a note on the Pedalboard along with the chords you play in the Lower keyboard. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 64: Melody On Chord (M.o.c.)

    The A.B.C./M.O.C. display appears. The M.O.C. section is at the right half of this display. M.O.C. MODE OFF: Cancels the Melody On Chord function. Mode 1: Produces harmonies of up to two notes in a range close to the melody played. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 65: Keyboard Percussion

    Pressing the KEYBOARD PERCUSSION [1] button calls up the Preset 1 kit on sets, [1] and [2], can be the Upper/Lower keyboards, and pressing [2] button calls up the Preset 2 kit on played at the same time by setting both buttons to on. the Pedalboard. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 66 DATA CONTROL The settings here determine the reverb/volume for the entire Keyboard Percussion setup, not for each percussion instrument. You can, however, adjust each percussion instrument’s reverb/volume (page 74). Play some notes on the keyboards and/or Pedalboard. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 67: Preset Keyboard Percussion List

    Shaker Cuica High Ride Cymbal 2 Jingle Bells Shaker Bell Tree : Indicates the keys of the ELS-01/01C keyboard. *The 10 kits, Standard Kit 2 – Symphony Kit, have the same sound assignments as Standard Kit 1. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 68 Scream Wind Punch Stream Heart Beat Bubble Foot Steps Feed Flute Key Click CarEngnIgnition Car Tires Squeal Car Passing Car Crash Siren Train Jet Plane Starship Machine Gun Horse Laser Gun Bird Tweet Explosion Firework Ghost Maou ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 69 Rik Tak 2 Timbale H Open Duhulla Tak Rik Finger 1 Cowbell Rik Tak 1 Duhulla Sak Rik Finger 2 Triangle Mute Claves Rik BrassTremolo Triangle Open Doff Dom Rik Sak Paila H Rik Tik Wind Chime ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 70: Assigning Sounds To The User Keyboard Percussion

    Reference Page Select the desired drum instrument category with the category buttons in the Kit Assign List (page 76) display. The drum instrument menu of the selected category appears. Drum Instrument Category Drum Instrument Menu ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 71 While data is being saved, the square at the top left of the display turns light blue for a few seconds. Do not turn the power off while the Keyboard Percussion settings are being saved. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 72: Copying The Keyboard Percussion Settings

    To copy Preset 1, select the [1] button; to copy Preset 2, select the [2] button. To copy either User location, select button [1] or [2]. Within the Menu buttons, select the User location as the destination — for example, User 1. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 73 A message appears, prompting confirmation of the operation. Press the [COPY] button in the display to copy Preset 1. When [COPY] is selected, a “Completed” message momentarily appears in the display. Press the [CANCEL] button in the display to abort the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 74: Detailed Settings For Each Percussion Instrument

    PITCH COARSE ( Range: -64 – +63 REVERB Determines the amount of reverb applied to the currently selected instrument. Range: 0 – 24 VOLUME Determines the volume of the currently selected instrument. Range: 0 – 24 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 75 Press the [EXECUTE] button in the display to restore (initialize) the default settings. When [EXECUTE] is selected, a “Complete” message momentarily appears on the display. Press the [CANCEL] button in the display to abort the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 76: Kit Assign List

    Brush Swirl Surdo Rim Floor Tom L Brush Tap Swirl Surdo Muff Floor Tom H Floor Tom L TIMBALES/COWBELL Low Tom Floor Tom H Hybrid Tom 1 Timbale 1 High Mid Tom L Low Tom Hybrid Tom 2 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 77 Tom Room 2 Tom Rock 5 Kick Gate Heavy Kick 3 Tom Room 3 Tom Rock 6 Kick Gate PERCUSSION 1 Tom Room 4 BASS DRUM Kick 3 Conga Analog M Tom Room 5 Kick Gate Conga Analog L ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 78 Conga Analog M Bongo H Timbale L Guiro Long Conga Analog L Bongo L Cowbell Guiro Short Conga Analog H Timbale H Claves Maracas Bongo Analog H Timbale L Guiro Long Vibraslap Bongo Analog L Cowbell Guiro Short ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 79 Burst Conga H Slap Roller Coaster Conga H SlapMute Submarine Conga L Tip Machine Gun Conga L Heel Laser Gun Conga L Open Explosion Conga L Mute Firework Conga L SlapOpen Conga L Slap Conga L Slide ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 80: Registration Memory

    When recording Registration settings, the square at the top left of the display turns light blue for a few seconds, indicating that the Registration is currently being saved. Do not turn the power off while the Registration is being saved. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 81 • User Voices (page 141) • User rhythms (page 167) • User Keyboard Percussion (page 70) • Rhythm Sequences (page 174) • Disable setting (page 82) • Disable mode (page 83) • Next Page setting of score setting (page 123) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 82: Selecting Registrations

    Disable Button The particular settings that do not change when the [D.] (disable) button is on depend on the Disable mode setting. For details on the Disable mode, see “Selecting Disable Mode” on page 83. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 83 • Second expression pedal control for rhythm tempo TEMPO When the Electone is set to the TEMPO mode and the [D.] (Disable) button is on, the rhythm tempo will not change, even when you change the Registration Memory number. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 84: Saving The Registration Data To Usb Flash Memory

    Press the [SAVE] button in the display. Reference Page A message appears, indicating the Registration data is currently being saved. Recalling Recorded When the operation is completed, the message closes. Registrations (page 115) Reference Page Changing the Song Name (page 108) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 85: Initializing Registration Memory

    Registration Shift has three modes: Shift, Jump and User. These are set in the Regist Shift display. You can also view and check the Registration Shift mode in the Voice Display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 86: Setting The Registration Shift Mode In The Regist Shift Display

    ‘wraps around’ to select the first preset again. The numbered buttons light up as they are selected. JUMP Pressing the Right Footswitch jumps to select the designated panel Registration. You can set the Jump “destination” with buttons in the display or the Data Control dial. Registration number of the destination ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 87 Registration numbers cannot be entered beyond the Registration Shift function’s capacity of 80. If the insert operation exceeds this capacity, a “Data Full” message appears and the operation cannot be executed. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 88: Confirming The Registration Shift Setting In The Voice Display

    When you use the Next Regist function during Rhythm playback, Rhythm DISPLAY SELECT Sequence and User Rhythm VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. cannot be loaded. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES SPEED FLUTES ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 89 Moves the cursor one step to the left and selects the next Registration. Moves the cursor one step to the right and selects the previous Registration. Moves the cursor five step to the right and selects the Registration. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 90: Unifying A Specific Parameter

    ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Press the PARAMETER button (indicates the currently selected parameter) in the display to select the desired parameter for changing. The Parameter Select pop-up menu appears, letting you select the desired parameter. Parameter Part ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 91 OFF: Sets the currently selected Registration memory number to “OFF.” SELECT: Turns on the Registration memory numbers that contain the same Voice as the one which is currently set in the Registration at the cursor position. The targeted Registration numbers are underlined. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 92 If you change the value, and if parameter values for some Registration memory number reach the maximum or minimum, the following message appears. In this case, pressing [OK] continues the operation, ignoring those parameters at maximum or minimum value. Pressing [CANCEL] aborts the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 93: Copying Registrations

    VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Press the COPY FROM [REGIST] number button and select the Registration number that you wish to copy. To abort the operation press the [CLOSE] button. Registration number ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 94 The following display appears, prompting confirmation of the operation. source Regist Section. Press the [COPY] button in the display to copy the Registration and a message momentarily appears in the display indicating that the Registration has been copied. Select [CANCEL] to abort the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 95: Music Data Recorder (Mdr)

    M.D.R. display. If you exit from the function inadvertently, simply press the [MDR] button again to recall the M.D.R. display. All the instructions in this chapter are related to the M.D.R. display. To call up the M.D.R. functions and the M.D.R. display, press the [MDR] button. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 96: Using The Lcd Display

    Setting a song (page 104) 5 UP Selects the higher layer folder or media. For example, when “USB 01:/Folder1/” (Folder1 in the USB flash memory) is selected, pressing the [UP] button selects “USB 01:/” (USB flash memory). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 97: Song Control

    Converts the selected song for use on another Electone or other instruments, or Converting to XG (page 128) converts songs recorded on another Electone for use on the ELS-01/01C. Songs can be Converting ELS format to EL converted to XG format, EL format or ELS format.
  • Page 98: Song Icons

    Indicates that write-protect or copy-protect is effective for the media. Indicates that performance data is contained in the song. Indicates an XG-compatible song. Indicates a Protected Original Song. See page 116 for details. Indicates a Protected Edit Song. See page 116 for details. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 99 This file contains XG song data, for which Electone .mid performance data is converted to XG-compatible format. In addition, one file (extension: .name) is automatically created in each folder for organization/maintenance of the folder contents. It does not appear on the Electone display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 100: Precautions When Using The Usb To Device Terminal

    • USB-LAN adaptor NOTE The instrument does not necessarily support all commercially available USB devices. Yamaha cannot guarantee operation of During your performance, make sure to slide the USB unit under USB devices that you purchase. Before purchasing a USB the keyboard.
  • Page 101: Handling The Floppy Disk Drive (Fdd) And Floppy Disks

    Follow the important precautions below. • To maintain the disk drive in optimum working order Yamaha recommends that you use a commercially-available dry-type head cleaning disk to clean the head about once a month. Ask ■...
  • Page 102: Formatting External Media

    flash memory device, please Formatting erases all the data in the media and makes it ready to record. The data consult your Yamaha dealer, erased by formatting will be lost permanently. Check whether or not the media or an authorized Yamaha distributor for advice, or see contains any important data you wish to keep before executing the operation.
  • Page 103: Selecting A Song

    Referring to the song name and icons, select the desired song. The selected song button is highlighted in orange. Changing the Song Name (page 108) Song containing data Song Icons (page 98) Blank song (containing no data) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 104 50% to 200% of the original tempo when recording). If the song contains no performance data, all parts are set to “OFF.” Pressing the [PART SAVE] button saves each part playback setting (the tempo is not saved). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 105: Recording

    “SONG_XXX” data is being recorded (while the hourglass icon (XXX indicates song number). You can change the song name as desired. (For or other message is details, see page 108.) shown). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 106: Recording Each Part Separately

    Lead Voice 1 Voices. You cannot set both Upper and Lead to sure that the KEYBOARD “REC” at the same time; neither can the Lower and Keyboard Percussion parts PERCUSSION [1] and/or [2] be recorded at the same time. button is set to on. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 107 While you listen to the parts being played back, start playing the melody on the Upper Keyboard. When the end of the recorded performance is reached, playback is automatically stopped. The length of a subsequently recorded part cannot exceed the length of the previously recorded parts. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 108: Changing The Song Name

    (.mid) cannot be Select the song whose name you want to change. changed. For details on selecting a song, see page 103. Press the [TOOLS] button at the top right of the display to call up the TOOLS Page. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 109 A song name can contain up to 50 characters. An XG song name can contain up to 46 characters. After finished, select [OK] to actually enter the name. The LCD will return to the TOOLS Page display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 110 MDR_xxx.MID REG_xxx.TMP TMP.E02 Songs are ordered in the MDR_xx.Bxx REG_xxx.B00 ELS_SONG.TMP following sequence: symbol, number, alphabet, hiragana, MDR_xx.Vxx SONG_xxx SONG_xxx.C02 kanji, other symbols. Names SONG.NAM with an asterisk (*) at the top are exceptions to this rule. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 111: Saving Registrations As Registration Data (File)

    For details on selecting a song, see page 103. Press the [REGIST EDIT] button in the display to call up the Regist (Registration) Edit Display. The Registration data which has previously been saved to the song is shown. Press the lowest blank (empty) Registration button. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 112: Replacing Registrations

    The Registration bank which has been saved to the song is shown. Select the Registration bank you wish to replace. Press the [SAVE] button. A message appears, prompting confirmation of overwriting the Registration bank. Select [OVERWRITE] to overwrite (replace), or select [CANCEL] to abort the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 113 Regist (Registration) Edit Display. Change the Registration order, in the order you want to recall. First select the specific Registration bank you want to edit, then move, copy or delete the selected data as needed to change the order. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 114 Copies the currently selected Registration to the lowest blank location in the Registration Data List. 7 DELETE Deletes the currently selected Registration bank in the Registration Data List. Exit from the Regist (Registration) Edit Display by pressing the [CLOSE] button at the top right of the display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 115: Recalling Recorded Registrations

    Using the five “DATA TO BE LOADED” buttons, select the desired data you want to load. NOTE When you load the Registration data by using the Next Regist function, all data will be loaded no matter which buttons you select here. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 116 To move the protected song in a USB flash memory with a computer, you’ll need to use the Musicsoft Downloader application. If you move the song without Musicsoft Downloader, the song cannot be played back. Musicsoft Downloader can be obtained at the following Internet address: http:// music.yamaha.com/download/ ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 117: Playing Back A Song

    [CUSTOM PLAY] button instead of the [F] (Play) button. This displays the song time and starts playback immediately. When you play the song using the Next Regist function, always press the [F] (Play) button to start the song, not the [CUSTOM PLAY] button. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 118: Playing Back The Selected Part(S)

    The [ALL] button enables you to switch all channels to PLAY/OFF at once. To set each channel’s volume use the sliders. Each channel’s volume can be adjusted between 0 and 100. The [ALL] slider adjusts the overall volume. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 119: Changing The Tempo

    (The TEMPO dial on the panel cannot be used to change the tempo for the Music Data Recorder.) The range is 50 – 200%. The original recorded tempo is 100% and values less than 100% indicate slower tempo; values greater than 100% indicate faster tempo. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 120: Repeat Playback

    For details on selecting a song, see page 103. Press the [SONG] button at the top right of the display to call up the SONG Page. Press the button on the panel to call up the Settings Display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 121 Repeats all songs in the currently selected folder randomly. Cancels repeat playback. Exit from the Settings Display by pressing the button at the top right of the display. Press the [F] (Play) button in the SONG Page to begin playback. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 122: Displaying The Score

    PAGE [E] or [F] buttons in the display. Pressing these buttons moves to the previous or next page. The PAGE [F] button can be assigned to the left foot switch (page 123). To exit the score, press the [SCORE OFF] button in the display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 123: Changing The Score Contents And Settings

    Next Page function work. Exit from the Score Settings Display by pressing the [CLOSE] button at the top right of the display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 124: Other Functions (Tools)

    (Only songs created with the ELS-01/01C can be copied. Songs created with the EL-series, such as the EL-900, cannot be copied.) Make sure to check the remaining memory of the destination media in advance.
  • Page 125 Media List is displayed. Select “MEMORY” as the destination. Removing the media during operation may result in loss of the data. Never attempt to remove the media unless the “Eject the source media” message appears. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 126: Song Delete

    You can delete the data of one song. You can specify for deletion only Registration data, only the performance data, or both of them (entire song). Also, only the songs created on the ELS-01/01C and XG-compatible songs can be deleted. Songs created on the EL series instruments such as the EL-900 cannot be deleted.
  • Page 127 • DELETE PERFORMANCE: Deletes only performance data in the song. Pressing [CANCEL] aborts the operation. When deleting folders, songs with only registration, songs with only performance data, protected songs or XG-compatible songs: Select [DELETE] to actually delete the data, or select [CANCEL] to abort the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 128: Converting To Xg

    ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● This function allows you to convert the ELS-01/01C song data to XG format data. You can playback the data using XG devices.
  • Page 129: Converting Els Format To El

    You can convert the songs in the floppy disk created with an EL-series Electone, such as Drive (page 224) the EL-900, to the ELS-01/01C format, and save it to a USB flash memory confirmed by Yamaha. You’ll need to install the optional floppy disk drive such as UD-FD01.
  • Page 130: Checking The Remaining Memory

    Press the [CONVERT EL ➞ ELS] button in the display, then specify the destination for the converted song. To use the converted song on the ELS-01/01C, the destination must be USB flash memory. Press the [EXECUTE] button in the display to start conversion.
  • Page 131: Voice Edit

    You can add Elements from other Voices – Brass, for example – if a box (AWM3 and/or AWM4) is empty. This allows you to create your own original ensemble sounds. In the Voice Edit function, you can edit not only each Element, but also assemble some Elements from other Voices. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 132: Editing A Voice

    Menu of the [ORGAN] button in any Voice section. UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE 1 BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANT STRINGS BRASS WOOD- TUTTI SYNTH WIND PIANO ORGAN PERCUS- GUITAR CHOIR WORLD SION MELLOW Mute all other Voice sections except for the targeted Voice section. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 133 Voice Edit function will not be called up, and the normal Voice Display will appear. The message “Voice data is too large to edit” may appear when you press the Voice button while holding down the [VOICE EDIT]. If this message appears, select another Voice. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 134 500 Hz – 16.0 kHz. The EQ HIGH GAIN slider sets the level for the frequency band (specified by the EQ HIGH FREQ. slider) over a range of -12 dB – +12 dB. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 135 Element for ease in editing. Note that when some Elements are muted, playing the keyboard in certain key areas or with certain velocities may result in no sound. Display switch buttons The LAYER Page contains three pages. The buttons are used to switch among them. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 136 Determines the position of the Element in the stereo image. Range: L64 – R63 LAYER Page 2 NOTE SHIFT Determines the pitch settings in semitones. Range: -64 – +63 TUNE FINE Determines the fine tuning. Range: -64 – +63 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 137: Release Rate

    You can produce a relatively bright or darker sound by setting the cutoff frequency. Resonance is a parameter that boosts the level of the signal in the area of the cutoff frequency. By emphasizing the overtones in this area, this can produce a distinctive “peaky” tone. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 138 Vibrato setting in the Voice Condition display to “Preset,” not “User.” If Vibrato is set Vibrato (page 41) to “User” and the Vibrato parameters (depth and/or speed) are set fairly high, you may not be able to hear the effect of the LFO. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 139 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● You can edit a VA Voice in the VA Page of the Voice Edit display. If you are using the ELS-01, the VA Page cannot be selected. VA Page Element On/Off switches The [AWM1] –...
  • Page 140 The level envelope lets you control the transition in volume from the moment a note is pressed on the keyboard to the moment the sound stops. The parameters – above are envelope-related parameters. Decay Attack Release Rate Rate Rate Level (volume) Level Time Releasing the key Pressing the key ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 141: Saving The Edited Voice

    USB flash memory or other external media using the M.D.R. function. After saving the Voice, be sure to quit the Voice Edit function (page 142) before turning the power off. Turning off the Electone without quitting Voice Edit erases the User Voice you have edited. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 142: Quitting Voice Edit

    Once your original VA Voice has been saved, it can be selected from the [VA CUSTOM] button in LEAD VOICE 2. Refer to chapter 2, “Selecting Voices with the Voice buttons” (page 23). LEAD VOICE 2 BRILLIANCE VOLUME BRILLIANT ACOUS- VIRTUAL SOLO (KNEE) ELEC- CUSTOM TRONIC MELLOW ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 143: Rhythm Program

    Registration Shift events at any point in the composition so that the Registration Memory settings automatically change as the rhythm sequence plays back. Selecting the destination of the sequence Entering a rhythm pattern one by one Programming the Registration Sequence ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 144: Rhythm Pattern Program

    FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED RHYTHM VOLUME MARCH WALTZ SWING& POPS R & B SEQ. SEQ. JAZZ LATIN WORLD BALLAD ROCK DANCE SEQ. SEQ. MUSIC ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 145 Main A Fill In A each section Save as a User Rhythm Ending 1 Ending 1 Break Break These are blank sections (no percussion sounds); if you press ENDING [2] or [3] button, no sound is played. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 146: Basic Settings For The Rhythm Pattern

    If you start the Rhythm Pattern Program from a preset rhythm, pressing a BEAT button that is not the same as the currently selected rhythm calls up the following message. Selecting [CLEAR] deletes all data in the rhythm and changes the time signature. Select [CANCEL] to abort the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 147 Set to On here with Real Time Write. Entering Percussion Sounds to a Rhythm Pattern — Real Time Write (page 157) NOTE Pressing the VOLUME buttons for Rhythm also changes the volume of the metronome. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 148 MAIN A rhythm first and copy it to MAIN B, then edit the MAIN B rhythm. To select the rhythm currently being created, select “Current Rhythm” on the 5th page of the “USER” category. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 149 Which mode of the operation is selected depends on the play status of the rhythm. If the rhythm is stopped, Step Write is automatically selected. If the rhythm is playing, Real Time Write is selected. See the instructions below for Step Write, and page 157 for Real Time Write. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 150: Entering Percussion Sounds To A Rhythm Pattern - Step Write

    You can select only one kit for each part (Main Drum or Add Drum). When you want to create a rhythm pattern including two different drum kits, select one kit for Main Drum and another for Add Drum. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 151 A click is the smallest division of a pattern, and one beat is made up of 480 clicks. Pattern (page 146) The rhythm clock advances up to the measures set in the SETTING Page and loops back to the beginning of the rhythm (01:01:000). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 152: Editing Entered Percussion Notes

    1, 3 and 4 one by one. Rests (2 and 5) are ignored. QUANTIZE [E][F] controls Advances or reverses the rhythm clock by one step. The size of a single step is determined by the Quantize value. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 153 To move an entered note: Select the note you want to move (as in Step 1 on page 152). Press the Rhythm Clock box to enable the box. Turn the Data Control dial to change the position by one clock. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 154 The key name you have selected and its instrument name are displayed. Selected key Instrument name Press [CLEAR] in the display. The following display appears, prompting confirmation of the operation. Select [CLEAR] to erase the selected instrument. A bell sound indicates that the instrument has been erased. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 155 Simultaneously hold down the [CHANGE] button in the display and press the key on the Upper or Lower keyboard that corresponds to the instrument you want to use. The instrument is instantly erased and replaced with the newly selected one. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 156 Quantize resolution. No correction occurs when you select FREE. Generally, you should set Quantize to be the same as the shortest note you intend to play. Original data (you play) Quarter note length After applying a “ ” quantize value to the original data ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 157: Entering Percussion Sounds To A Rhythm Pattern - Real Time Write

    Metronome (page 147) metronome click. The pattern will automatically repeat (or “loop”) for a certain number of measures as set in the SETTING Page. Repeat steps 2 through 4 above to layer each instrument and complete your own rhythm. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 158: Creating Backing Patterns (Rhythmic Chord Function)

    Using the COPY FROM [PART] button, select the accompaniment part you want to copy. Using the COPY TO [PART] button, select the desired accompaniment part (CHORD 1 or CHORD 2) to be used for the Rhythmic Chord pattern. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 159 You can select only one Voice for one part (Chord 1 or Chord 2). When you want to create a Rhythmic Chord pattern including two different Voices, select one Voice for Chord 1 and another for Chord 2. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 160 You can also edit the entered Rhythmic Chord pattern using the same method as in “Editing Entered Percussion Notes” (page 152). To change the gate time of the notes of the Rhythmic Chord pattern, follow the instructions below. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 161: Changing The Voices For Accompaniment Parts

    Phrase 1 and Phrase 2. Voices can be changed in the VOICE/EFFECT Page. Press the [VOICE/EFFECT] button at the top of the display to call up the VOICE/EFFECT Page. Press the [VOICE] button in the display. The following display will appear. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 162: Adjusting Volume And Panning

    Volume and Pan are set in VOICE/EFFECT Page. VOLUME Display ON/OFF Determines the on/off status of each accompaniment part. When this is set to OFF, the part is muted. Volume sliders Determines the volume of each accompaniment part. Range: 0 – 127 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 163: Effect Settings

    Variation includes many kinds of special effects for changing the sound, both subtly and radically. These effects are set in the VOICE/EFFECT Page. REVERB Display Determines the amount of reverb applied to each accompaniment part. Range: 0 – 127 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 164 Determines the type of the chorus effect. Pressing the CHORUS TYPE button calls up the chorus type list. Select the desired chorus type, and the list automatically closes. Chorus sliders Determines the amount of chorus effect applied to each accompaniment part. Range: 0 – 127 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 165 Determines the type of the variation effect. Pressing the TYPE button calls up the effect type list. Select the desired type, and the list automatically closes. Variation sliders Determines the amount of Variation effect applied to each accompaniment part. Range: 0 – 127 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 166: Detailed Settings For Each Percussion Instrument

    Press the appropriate key (the key to which the instrument to be changed is assigned). The selected instrument’s name is shown on the display and you can change its settings. Adjust the parameters: Pan, Volume, Reverb and Pitch. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 167: Saving Rhythm Patterns

    After confirming the desired section (Main A and Main B here), we recommend that you confirm that all other sections contain no data. If unnecessary data is contained in some sections which you don’t want to save, delete that unnecessary data. This can reduce the data size of the user rhythm. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 168 After saving the Rhythm, be sure to quit Rhythm Pattern Program (page 169) before turning the power off. Turning off the Electone without quitting Rhythm Pattern Program erases the User Rhythm you have created. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 169: Quitting The Rhythm Pattern Program

    User buttons in the panel Rhythm section. Refer to Chapter 5, “Selecting rhythms from the User buttons” (page 58). RHYTHM VOLUME MARCH WALTZ SWING& POPS R & B SEQ. SEQ. JAZZ LATIN WORLD BALLAD ROCK DANCE SEQ. SEQ. MUSIC User Buttons Select “USER” category here. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 170: Selecting Rhythm From An External Media

    About file types that can be loaded to the Electone This Electone is compatible with Style File Format data. The Style File Format (SFF) is Yamaha’s original style data format, which uses a unique conversion system to provide high-quality automatic accompaniment based on a wide range of chord types.
  • Page 171: Percussion Kit List

    Shaker Shaker Shaker Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Bell Tree Bell Tree Bell Tree Bell Tree Bell Tree Bell Tree *: Indicates an instrument which requires the Gate Time setting. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 172 Triangle Open Shaker Shaker Shaker Shaker Shaker Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Bell Tree Bell Tree Bell Tree Bell Tree Bell Tree *: Indicates an instrument which requires the Gate Time setting. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 173 Triangle Open Kotsuzumi 2 Jingle Bells Rik Sak Kotsuzumi 1 Bell Tree Dog* Machine Gun* Rik Tik Wind Chime Horse* Laser Gun* Bird Tweet* Explosion* Firework* Ghost* Maou* *: Indicates an instrument which requires the Gate Time setting. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 174: Rhythm Sequence Program

    A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT UTILITY INTERNET SWITCH RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Any rhythm currently playing will automatically be stopped when you call up the Rhythm Sequence Program function. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 175: Programming A Sequence

    (User rhythm). The rhythm menu of the selected rhythm button is displayed. RHYTHM VOLUME MARCH WALTZ SWING& POPS R & B SEQ. SEQ. JAZZ LATIN WORLD BALLAD ROCK DANCE SEQ. SEQ. MUSIC ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 176 Repeat steps 2 through 5 above to enter the rhythm and create your own rhythm composition. Turning the power off before quitting or closing the Rhythm Sequence Program erases any sequences you have made. Before turning the power off, quit the Rhythm Sequence Program (page 181). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 177: Auditioning A Sequence

    ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● You can insert a new rhythm between the rhythms you have already entered, or delete the entered rhythm from the sequence. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 178 For erasing all patterns entered to the selected sequence. After selecting [CLEAR], a message appears prompting confirmation of the operation. Select [CLEAR] to clear the currently selected rhythm sequence, or select [CANCEL] to abort the operation and return to the previous display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 179: Programming A Registration Sequence

    Bar/Beat/Clock position at which you want to change the Registration (1 beat = 96 Clock). DATA CONTROL When using the Data Control dial, first press the number you wish to change in the display, then turn the dial. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 180 USB flash memory. • Next Registration data can be loaded by two ways: using right footswitch and programming Next Regist in the Registration Sequence. Loading time is the same regardless of which way you load the Next Registration data. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 181: Editing An Existing Registration Sequence

    When quitting the Rhythm Sequence Program, the square at the top left of the display turns light blue for a few seconds, indicating that the sequence is currently being saved. Do not turn the power off while the sequence is being saved. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 182: Playing Rhythm Sequences

    Pressing one of the SEQ. buttons while a Rhythm Sequence is playing back automatically cancels the pressed sequence, and its LED turns off. You cannot cancel a sequence that is currently playing. The SEQ. lamp goes out when the sequence assigned to it is finished playing. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 183: Copying A Sequence

    Press [CANCEL] to abort the operation. added after the MAIN A part. If necessary, edit the sequence. Refer to the section “Editing an Existing Rhythm Sequence” on page 177 and/or “Editing an Existing Registration Sequence” on page 181. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 184: Saving Rhythm Pattern And Rhythm Sequence Data To External Media

    (File)” on page 111 for instructions. When loading your original Rhythm data from external media back to the Electone, be sure to stop the rhythm if it is playing. Loading cannot be executed when a rhythm is running. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 185: And Expression Pedals

    The explanation on the Left Footswitch is given here. Right Footswitch Left Footswitch Expression Pedal Press the [FOOT SWITCH] button. Press the [LEFT] button at the top right of the display to call up the LEFT Page. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 186: Controlling The Rhythm

    These functions correspond to the MAIN/FILL IN [A] – [D] buttons on the panel. For example, when the [MAIN A] button is selected in this display and you press the Footswitch, the rhythm section is switched to Main A or Fill In A. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 187: Controlling Glide

    Select the desired Voice section(s) to which the Glide function is to be applied. TIME Determines the speed of the Glide function, or in other words, how gradually the pitch returns when the Footswitch is released. Higher values make the speed slower. Range: 1 – 5 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 188: Knee Lever

    Make sure that the Upper and/or Lower Sustain SUSTAIN Reference Page buttons have been turned on. UPPER (KNEE) Sustain (page 47) LOWER PEDAL Fold the Knee Lever down. (KNEE) Sustain is off when the Knee Lever is folded down. Folding down ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 189: Controlling Melody On Chord

    Press the Knee Lever to the right with your knee when you want to apply the M.O.C. effect. The M.O.C. effect is applied constantly, as long as the Knee Lever is pressed. When you release the Knee Lever, the M.O.C. effect is cancelled. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 190: Expression Pedals

    The 2nd Expression Pedal can be used to control the Pitch Bend and the Tempo of the Getting Started (page 11) Rhythm. The explanation on the 2nd Expression Pedal is given here. Expression Pedal 2nd Expression Pedal (ELS-01C) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 191: Controlling Pitch Bend

    Selects the Voice sections to which the Pitch Bend function will be applied, and turns the function ON. Pitch Bend can be selected independently or together for Upper Voices 1 and 2, Lead Voice 1 and 2, Pedal Voices 1 and 2. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 192: Controlling The Rhythm Tempo

    When you want to control the tempo with the 2nd Expression Pedal, set this to “ON.” When set to on, pressing the pedal down with your toe speeds up the tempo and pressing it back with your heel slows it down. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 193: Transpose And Pitch Controls

    0.2 Hz. The default Pitch is 440.0 Hz (corresponding to key A3). Range: 427.2 Hz – 452.6 Hz You can also change the Transpose and Pitch for each Voice section, in the Voice Condition display. For more information, see page 42. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 194: Internet Direct Connection

    (page 216) Connecting by cable (using a modem without router) Router LAN cable Modem* Cable type No router capability LAN cable USB-LAN adapter * Here, “modem” refers to an ADSL modem, optical network unit (ONU) or cable modem. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 195: Accessing The Website From The Electone

    To access the website, press the [INTERNET] button while the instrument is connected to the Internet. DISPLAY SELECT VOICE A.B.C. DISPLAY M.O.C. FOOT SWITCH UTILITY INTERNET RHYTHM PROGRAM VOICE EDIT PATTERN SEQUENCE U.ORGAN L.ORGAN ROTARY SP FLUTES FLUTES SPEED Control Menu Browser ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 196: Scrolling The Display

    (the button or text) directly on the display. The touch panel will not sound when you press a link, even if the touch panel sound is set to ON in the Utility Display (page 16). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 197 Now opening web page ... Indicates loading of the web page. Web page has been displayed. Indicates the web page has been loaded and the web page is completely displayed. Disconnected. Indicates the Electone is offline (not connected to Internet). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 198: Refreshing A Web Page/Canceling Loading Of A Web Page

    ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● To return to a previously selected web page, press the [BACK] button. To return to the page selected before pressing the [BACK] button, press the [FORWARD] button. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 199: Saving Bookmarks Of Your Favorite Pages

    The Bookmark display appears, showing a list of the currently saved bookmarks. The title of the web page registered to the selected bookmark is shown below the list. Call up the display for registering bookmarks by pressing the [ADD] button. Page title ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 200 To return to the browser, press the [EXIT] button. Opening a Bookmarked Page: Press the [BOOKMARK] button in the control menu to call up the Bookmark display, then select the desired bookmark. Press the [JUMP] button to open the page of the selected bookmark. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 201: Editing Bookmarks

    Select the intended position by pressing the desired position in the display, or by using the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons or Data Control dial. Move the bookmark to the selected position by pressing the [EXECUTE] button. CLOSE This closes the Bookmark display and returns to the browser display. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 202: Changing The Home Page

    Press the [Register] button of the “Set this page as Home.” To return to the browser, press the [EXECUTE] button in the control menu. A message appears, prompting confirmation of the operation. Select [YES] to return to the browser. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 203: About The Internet Settings Display

    When this is set to “Alphabetical,” the keys are in alphabetical order. When this is set to “ASCII,” the keys are arranged as a conventional “QWERTY” keyboard. Time zone This determines the time setting for the browser. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 204: Lan

    Access Point. Make a written note of these settings, in case you have to enter the settings again. SSID Channel Encryption WEP key type ASCII Hexadecimal WEP key length 64 bit 128 bit WEP key ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 205: Others

    Deletes the contents of all saved cookies. Delete all bookmarks Deletes all saved bookmarks. Initialize setup Restores all settings in the Internet Settings displays to their defaults. See “Initializing Internet Settings” on page 206. Connection information Shows detailed information on the current connection. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 206: Exiting From The Internet Display

    Press the [Others] button at the top right of the display. Press the [Initialize] button to initialize the Internet settings. A message appears, prompting confirmation of the operation. Select [YES] to initialize the Internet settings, or select [NO] to abort the operation. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 207: Glossary Of Internet Terms

    A hardware system or computer used as a central point for a network, providing access to files and services. Site Short for “website,” this refers to the group of web pages that are opened together. For example, the collection of web pages whose addresses begin with “http://www.yamaha.com/” is referred to as the Yamaha site. SSID This is an identification name for specifying a particular network over a wireless LAN connection.
  • Page 208: Connections

    Reference Page For connection of a stereo headphone set. When headphones are connected to this Using Headphones (page jack, sound to the Electone’s built-in speaker system is automatically cut off, allowing 211) you to play without disturbing others. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 209 AUX OUT (RCA; L, R) jacks (LEVEL FIXED) Recording the Sounds of the This set of stereo outputs is for connection to an external amplifier/speaker. The output Electone to an External Recorder (page 213) level is fixed and cannot be controlled. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 210 Controlling External MIDI Devices from the Electone these to connect with a computer that has a MIDI Interface. (page 215) Controlling the Electone from an External Device (page 216) Connection with Computer (page 217) What is MIDI? (page 218) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 211: Connection Examples - External Devices

    By using the AUX OUT jacks, you can connect your Electone to external speakers. If you’re connecting the Electone to a mono device, use only the AUX OUT L/L+R jack (standard phone). AUX OUT L/L+R Speaker (Right) Speaker (Left) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 212 (1) Electone and external keyboard(s) (2) Mixer (3) Powered Speaker To turn the power off, first turn down the volume for each devices, then turn off the power in the reverse order (3 → 2 → 1). ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 213: Recording The Sounds Of The Electone To An External Recorder

    First turn on the power of the external device, then that of the Electone. Reverse this order when you turn the power off. Stereo audio system LINE OUT L/L+R AUX IN L/L+R Playing If you’re connecting the Electone to a mono device, use only the AUX IN L/L+R jack. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 214: Connecting A Microphone Or Guitar

    first set it to LINE. If the output level is too low, switch to the MIC When connecting When connecting position. a guitar a microphone Use the INPUT VOLUME knob to set the microphone volume. INPUT VOLUME ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 215: Controlling External Midi Devices From The Electone

    How the connected external device responds to these messages depends on the particular device. NOTE Tone generator When you are using the M.D.R., MIDI data cannot be transmitted. MIDI IN MIDI OUT MIDI cable MIDI messages ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 216: Controlling The Electone From An External Device

    When you use USB devices, refer to “Precautions when using the USB TO DEVICE (page 102) terminal” on page 100. NOTE If necessary, use a USB hub. Only self-powered (battery or external power supply) types can be used. Up to two USB hubs can be used. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 217: Connection With Computer

    Electone song data to your own website, to promote your talents or share songs with transferred to/from the your friends. You can also control the Electone from the computer, for example, by computer. playing a MIDI file on the computer to play back the sounds of your Electone. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 218: Midi

    As described above, your keyboard performance and panel operations such as Voice selection are handled as MIDI events. All rhythm-related data – including rhythm patterns, auto accompaniment patterns, Rhythm Sequences, etc. – also consist of MIDI messages. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 219: Midi Messages Of The Electone

    For more detailed information on the Control Change messages available on the Electone, see MIDI Data Format on page 226 and MIDI Implementation Chart on page 236. System Messages • System Exclusive Messages System Exclusive messages are used to exchange the system and Voice/Registration data. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 220: Midi Channels

    MIDI transmit channel(s) of the connected device to match the receive channel(s) of the Electone. You can select the transmit channel for each keyboard (Upper, Lower and Pedal) from channels 1 – 16. See page 221 for more information. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 221: Midi Control

    Expression pedal. The MIDI messages for each keyboard and Expression pedal will be sent on the channels set here. You must set the transmit channel here to match the receive channel of the connected device. (The ELS-01 does not show the 2nd Expression pedal.) Pressing each OUTPUT button calls up the channel selection pop-up menu.
  • Page 222 INT. (Internal): You can manually control the expression pedal even during M.D.R. playback. EXT. (External): While playing the M.D.R. or receiving MIDI messages, the expression pedal is invalid. (The volume is controlled by the recorded data in a USB flash memory or received MIDI data.) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 223: Appendix

    Bench Assembly Have a Phillips-head (+) screwdriver ready. Bench for the ELS-01 Bench for the ELS-01C ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●...
  • Page 224: Installing Optional Hardware

    fit the floppy disk drive into the case. Put the USB unit on top of the UD-FD01 floppy disk drive as shown. Dual-sided adhesive tape Align the four holes of these two units. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 225 First temporarily install the right-front screw, then insert and partially fix the remaining three screws. Finally, firmly tighten all four screws. First install this screw. Connect the USB cables for both units to the USB TO DEVICE terminals. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 226: Midi Data Format

    Bn, 01, 00-7F Modulation 5-14ch ˛ Bn, 04, 00-7F 2nd Expression 16ch 16ch Control (4ch)* (4ch)** LEAD 1 (ELS-01 not transmitted) Bn, 05, 00-7F Portamento Time 5-14ch ˛ Bn, 06, 00-7F Data Entry 5-14ch ˛ Bn, 26, 00-7F Bn, 07, 00-7F Volume 5-14ch ˛...
  • Page 227 Resonance 1-16ch ˛ Bn, 48, 00-7F Release Time 1-16ch ˛ Bn, 49, 00-7F Attack Time 1-16ch ˛ Bn, 4A, 00-7F Brightness 1-16ch ˛ Bn, 4B, 00-7F Decay Time 1-16ch ˛ Bn, 4C, 00-7F Vibrato Rate 1-16ch ˛ ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 228: Realtime Messages

    GM2 Master Fine Tuning Ø ˛ F0, 7F, 7F, 04, 04, 00, TT, F7 GM2 Master Coarse Tuning Ø ˛ F0, 7F, 7F, 04, 05, 01, 01, 01, 01, 01, PP, VV, ..., F7 GM2 Reverb Parameter Ø ˛ ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 229 ˛ F0, 43, 70, 70, 73, F7 EL ON Ø ˛ F0, 43, 70, 70, 78, 00, 00, F7 Bar Signal ˛ Ø ˛: don’t care N: Device Number (“0” on ELS-01/01C) ID: Model ID (ELS-01C=4DH, ELS-01=4EH) ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 230 Pedal Voice 2 To Lower Ø [00-01] Ø [00-01] 00:OFF, 01:ON [TO LOWER ▲] Solo Mode Switch Remarks Code Receive Rx Range Transmit Tx Range Lead Voice 2 Solo (Knee) Ø [00-01] Ø [00-01] 00:OFF, 01:ON [SOLO (KNEE)] ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 231 Tx Range Sequence 1 [SEQ.1] Ø [00-01] Ø [00-01] 00:OFF, 01:ON Sequence 2 [SEQ.2] Ø [00-01] Ø [00-01] 00:OFF, 01:ON Sequence 3 [SEQ.3] Ø [00-01] Ø [00-01] 00:OFF, 01:ON Sequence 4 [SEQ.4] Ø [00-01] Ø [00-01] 00:OFF, 01:ON ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 232 Ø 3A-46 Ø 3A-46 40:Normal 46:KeyUp 06-07 00-7F Poly (On/Off) 00:Mono Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:Poly 00-7F Priority (Last/Top) 00:TOP Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:LAST 00-07 00-7F Volume Mute 00:Mute OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:Mute ON ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 233 0000-7F7F Effect 2 Parameter 14 0000-7F7F 0000-7F7F 0000-7F7F 00-07 0000-7F7F Effect 2 Parameter 15 0000-7F7F 0000-7F7F 0000-7F7F 00-07 0000-7F7F Effect 2 Parameter 16 0000-7F7F 0000-7F7F 0000-7F7F 00-07 00-7F Sustain Length 7F:Hold Ø 00-7F Ø 00-7F 7E:Long 00:Short ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 234 0000-7F7F Ø 0000-7F7F Ø 0000-7F7F 00-01 0000-7F7F Effect Parameter 15 0000-7F7F Ø 0000-7F7F Ø 0000-7F7F 00-01 0000-7F7F Effect Parameter 16 0000-7F7F Ø 0000-7F7F Ø 0000-7F7F 00-01 00-7F Sustain Length 7F:Hold Ø 00-7F Ø 15-3D, 7F 7E:Long 00:Short ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 235 Pad (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON 00-7F Phrase 1 (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON 00-7F Phrase 2 (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON 00-7F Auto Fill (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 236 Break (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON 00-7F Ending 1 (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON 00-7F Ending 2 (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON 00-7F Ending 3 (On/Off) 00:OFF Ø 00-7F Ø 00-01 01:ON ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 237 Effect Parameters (Overall): Rhythm Reverb Address Size Data Parameter Data Receive Rx Range Transmit Tx Range 00-7F Reverb Time (Rhythm) 00:FAST 00-7F 00-45 Ø Ø 7F:SLOW Reverb Type (Rhythm) Ø Ø 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 238 007F:FAST 4. MDR Command Receive Transmit Play Start Ø ˛ Play Stop Ø ˛ Record Start Ø ˛ Record Stop Ø ˛ Fast Forward Start Ø ˛ Fast Forward Stop Ø ˛ Rhythm Pointer Reset Ø ˛ ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 239: Midi Implementation Chart

    MIDI Implementation Chart Date: 10-Oct-2008 YAMAHA [Electone-EL mode] / Model: ELS-01/01C typeU Version: 1.00 Function Transmitted Recognized Remarks Basic Default 1, 2, 3, 16 1-3, 5-16 Channel Changed 1-16 Mode Default Mode 3 Mode 3 Messages ˛ ˛ Altered ************************ ˛...
  • Page 240 Date: 10-Oct-2008 YAMAHA [Electone-XG mode] / Model: ELS-01/01C typeU Version: 1.00 Function Transmitted Recognized Remarks Basic Default 1, 2, 3, 16 1-16 Channel Changed 1-16 1-16 Mode Default Mode3 Mode 3 Messages ˛ ˛ Altered ˛ ************************ Note 36-96 0-127...
  • Page 241: Troubleshooting

    Some buttons on the panel do not respond. The UPPER/LOWER ORGAN FLUTES and LEAD VOICE 2 buttons are invalid on the ELS-01. If you upgrade the ELS-01 to the ELS-01C, these buttons can be used. Some of the LEDs in the DISPLAY SELECT section do The LEDs of on/off buttons (UPPER/LOWER ORGAN FLUTES, VOICE EDIT, not light.
  • Page 242 If percussion sounds have been recorded while memory is full, no is produced even when you play a certain percussion subsequently selected instruments can be heard or recorded. If necessary, sound. erase some of the less necessary percussion sounds and play again. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 243 Wait about 30 seconds, then try to format again. The notes of the recording are “stuck” and sound During playback, you may have removed the USB flash memory. Whenever continuously. you wish to stop playback, always press the [J] (Stop) button before removing the media. ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 244: Specifications

    Specifications Electone STAGEA Electone STAGEA ELS-01 typeU (ELS-01U) ELS-01C typeU (ELS-01CU) TONE GENERATION AWM (4) AWM (4) + VA + Organ Flutes KEYBOARD Upper: 49 keys (C – C), Lower: 49 keys (C – C), Pedal: 20 keys (C – G)
  • Page 245 Bench, Owner's Manual, Tutorial Guidebook, Product ID card Specifications and descriptions in this owner’s manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 246: Index

    DECAY RATE ................140 INPUT VOLUME ..............208 DELAY (Effect) ................50 INTERNAL ................222 DELAY (Vibrato)................ 41 INTERNET................195 DEPTH (Reverb) ............... 44 Internet Direct Connection ............194 DEPTH (Vibrato)................ 41 INTRO..................52 Display Select ................10 DISTORTION................50 DYNAMIC.................. 50 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 247 REVERB (Rhythm Pattern Program) ........163 NOTE SHIFT................136 Rewind..................119 Rhythm ..................51 Rhythm button ................51 OPTICAL OUT................. 210 Rhythm Clock ................151 Organ Flutes ................35 Rhythm Condition ..............54 OUTPUT (MIDI)............... 221 Rhythm Menu ................52 Rhythm Pattern Program ............144 Rhythm Program..............143 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 248 Upper Keyboard Voice ............. 22 UPPER KEYBOARD VOICE (Panel)..........8 USB flash memory ..............100 USB TO DEVICE ............. 100, 210, 216 USB unit .................. 210 USER (Registration Shift) ............87 USER (Vibrato)................41 User button (Rhythm)..............58 ELS-01/01C Owner’s Manual...
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  • Page 251 For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha representative or the authorized distributor listed below. OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA ASIA Yamaha Corporation, MEXICO THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA Asia-Pacific Music Marketing Group Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, Yamaha Music &...
  • Page 252 Yamaha Manual Library http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/ U.R.G., Digital Musical Instruments Division © 2004 – 2010 Yamaha Corporation WR03710 008MWCP**-**D0 This document is printed on chlorine free (ECF) paper with soy ink. Printed in Japan...

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